Can someone help me with definitions of the following terms: philosophy of science, paradigm, epistemology, and ontology.
Briefly discuss the three descriptive designs (case studies, archival research, and observational research). Please be sure to discuss the strengths and weaknesses associated with each approach. (Case studies, archival research, and observational research). Which of these three approaches do you think is the best descri
Please assist with ideas on describing the concept of verbal learning, comparing and contrasting serial learning, paired associate learning, and free recall. Please explore the concepts of Mnemonics in the recall of verbal stimuli and include at least 4 references.
Hi Xenia, you did a wonderful job on the last guide. Just to refresh your memory I am sending it again. I need help with this: Design a SIMPLE research study utilizing experimental research methods for the issue that you selected for your Research Project: Literature Review. Could I have both example on IV AND DV PLEASE.
One of the common misconceptions regarding psychology is that it deals only with the analysis and treatment of persons who either have been diagnosed with mental illness or are emotionally disturbed. Explain why this assumption is partially incorrect. To support your explanation, identify two subfields of psychology and describe
Your assistance would be appreciated two page on human development. Utilize minimum three research journal articles,describe issue,explain relevance of study of human development and the impact of such findings of today's views of human development(with references).
Let's work on extraneous variables, confounding variables, and representative samples. Identify any confounding variable(s) in the following studies and comment about whether the sample is representative of the population of interest. Look for confounding variables that are obviously present in the study. . . . avoid speculatin
Briefly discuss the human need to build bonds and relationships. Do we have an innate need to belong? If so, why? How is this need attached to our emotions, our social bonds, and our fear of deprivation?
Explore identity development in early, middle, and late adolescence. Focus on one phase and analyze accompanying factors, such as the domains of family, peers, school and work.
Help, I need a guide please I am lost. I need help. 300 words please. Does mental health play a role in physical health? Using the same research question that you used last week, design a true experiment. Remember, in a true experiment, we manipulate the IV . . . . we do something to one group to make it different f
Please provide a summary of the attached article from the Annual Review of Career Development Quarterly that addresses or forecasts future trends and challenges in the field of vocational psychology/career counseling. Then share your thoughts on how the trend/challenge addressed in the article might impact vocational/career coun
Given the ability of a kindergartner and his/her language development, what kinds of activities would be appropriate to support each goal? Provide evidence supporting your activity choices. If possible, recall your own personal experience in kindergarten and relate activates that enhanced your own language development. 1. Inc
Jose is a 35 year old man; he tells you he has been dating Carl for six months and recently learned that Carl is HIV positive. Jose and Maria are married having two children together. He has been sleeping on the coach for at least 9 months. Maria is agitating for a third child. Jose tells you that he is beginning to weaken about
1). Should animal research be limited to research that investigates cures for terminal illnesses, or should they continue to be used in any Institutional Review Board (I.R.B.) approved research? 2). Do you feel that using animals for research is any different from using animals for food?
The use of hypnosis is highly controversial, specifically as it relates to the implanting of false memories. In fact, there are several court cases in which victims have alleged that childhood caretakers have sexually abused them as children when, in fact, evidence suggests that memories were implanted. Explain how this might h
Present yourself as either a partner in a gay or lesbian couple or a grandparent raising a grandchild. Discuss the pressures and challenges you face from your family of origin as well as from society. What are some other issues that may add complexity to your family;s "gender, age, social class, ethnicity? What are you looking f
Discuss theory and/or research related to adolescent morality. How does it apply to the adolescents of today, or, more specifically, to someone you know? Use specific examples where possible. Analyze the impact of adolescent ethnic culture on development. Be sure to use information from the articles you found for this unit.
Compare and contrast clinical and counseling psychologists in relation to their use of psychological tests.
Ken was in a science documentary with ten other children. His mother, Jane, believes he was not shown as positively, or given as much time in the documentary, as the others were. Assume you are hired to analyze the Ken's mother's claim, and you find she is correct in her belief, what are the qualitative and quantitative measu
Persuasion Techniques foot-in-the-door technique, reciprocity technique, scarcity technique For each of the three, describe the processes involved, and explain why such techniques are successful in persuading certain audiences, but are likely to fail with others. In addition, examine the overall resistance to persuasion. Altho
Please help with the following problem. Include references as part of the solution. Review briefly Alfred Adler and his theory of fictional finalism and self image. Include references in the solution.
Clearly compare and contrast the various theoretical orientation to discuss, and choose theoretical orientation you believe is most effective and explain. In the process, identify one situation which the chosen orientation might not be useful.
Give a brief example of real of fictional story of what it would be like for a child who received unconditional positive regard from one or both parents. Please give some example of what constitute a parent unconditional positive regard toward their children? Democratic parenting maybe considered the healthiest form of p
Which populations and/or client issues are best addressed using an integrated approach that consists of existential and person-centered therapy?
It has been said, "The paradox of human nature is that it is only in an environment of acceptance that we change."(Unknown author) Unconditional positive regard, empathy and genuineness are the characteristics Rogers believed would lead to growth. The feeling that love or acceptance is conditional leads to the stifling of grow
Describe works/studies that are in favor of intelligence testing and those works/studies against intelligence testing.
You're taking your opinionated brother-in-law from the U.K., Larry, to the WalMart when he spots a homeless person gesturing wildly and talking to himself. "I don't get it," he says. "Why would anyone want to live like that? That guy needs to get on some medications and go to work and contribute to society like the rest of us!"
I need some ideas on how to go about answering the following prompt: In your own words, define the practice of multitasking as presented in this course. How would one who multitasks read and apply Jesus' admonition, "By patience possess your souls"? To me, and based on the presented material for this course, the practice
I have to conduct an interview with a Human Resource Manager and it will be specific to diversity and the group would be Hispanic employees. What I have to determine is the organization's current policy on diversity. What questions would you ask the Human Resource Manager and what would you indicate as best practices and how w
· Summarize your attached article. · Explain the impact of the trend discussed in your selected article on research in the field of psychology.