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Problem solving approaches are summarized.

1. Explain the different approaches to the study of problem solving. 2. Analyze the function of reasoning, judgment, and decision making in the problem-solving process. At least two scholarly references.

Research methods

Question: What are three non-experimental research methods? Define and explain the type of data that would be used in each of your chosen methods. I am learning this subject and having some difficulties in writing it out. I need scholarly sources with the help given. My text is Smith, R. A., & Davis, S. F. (2010). T

How Culture Influences Psychological Testing

Please help answer the following question. In what ways does culture influence psychological testing? I have to answer this question with 200 words but I am having trouble finding information that will help me actually answer this question. I have been looking in my school book and online and find stuff about cultural dif

Piaget's and Erikson's theories

Briefly describe Piaget's and Erikson's theories about the stages of development. Explain the differences and similarities between the two theories in how they approached development. Explain whether Piaget's and Erikson's explanations of social and moral development are applicable to today's children.

Emotions and Motivations

Larry would be described at work as proficient, timely, and gets back or fixes customers problems in an orderly manner. He has been there for five years and receives top ratings with customers as well as management. He was given a project to help customer service and was even given the leadership role. Larry was pumped up and

Statements are evaluated in the context of multicultural counseling.

What would be an appropriate response to those who make the following statements? o They chose to come here. o Why should we learn their language? They should be forced to learn ours. o If their manner of dress is inappropriate for the workplace, they should be required to conform. o This country was based on Chris

Measurements used in psychological research are delineated.

Describe the similarities and differences between quantitative and qualitative research. Address the following topics: ? Foundational belief systems ? Sampling approaches ? Data collection strategies ? Data analysis procedures ? Conclusions from data ? List sources and references

Dual relationships are summarized.

1. Provide some pointers on what types of resources are available for professionals in the field of psychology concerning dual relationships and boundary issues. 2.Discuss the appropriateness of dual relationships. There are some that believe that there are some dual relationships that are appropriate, while there are others

Feminist Theory and the Therapeutic Process

-How does the feminist theory view the therapeutic process? -Describe how you would incorporate some of the key concepts, goals, and interventions of feminist theory into the psychotherapy process to address the issues of clients (both men and women) from diverse social and cultural backgrounds. -How will you include wellne

Operant learning

Betty doesn't sleep in her own bed. Her parents' are trying to teach her to sleep in her own bed and not watch T.V. Learning has taken place for Betty and her parents. How has learning taken place for the child as well as her parents? Explain in operant learning terms. If Betty's parents asked you for advice on how to ensur

Intelligence Testing Article Analysis

Use resources to locate at least three articles concerning intelligence testing. Use your selected articles to prepare an article analysis in which you address the following items: Analyze at least two theories of intelligence related to the content of your selected articles. Evaluate the effectiveness of intelligence tes

Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy and Cognitive Behavior Modification

(Use apa resources to support answers) -What is rational emotive behavior therapy? -What is Cognitive behavior modification therapy? -Discuss Similarities between Ellis's REBT and Meichenbaum's CBM (their philosophical assumptions) -Differences in the philosophy and approach of each

Briefly discuss different styles of non verbal communication among counselors.

In what situations might it not be appropriate to maintain direct eye contact with a client? Studies have shown that, body language is another form of the unspoken communication that goes on in every face-to-face encounter from one individual to another individual. It projects our true feelings towards others and how well our

Reliability and Validity are examined.

After reading the (attachment below) using the drag and drop study activity, identify one reliability concept and one validity concept that you find more challenging. Explain the concept as you understand it, and illustrate how it applies to an assessment tool.

Research Methodology: Correlation

What is a correlation? What are the different types of correlation? Why is it important to determine correlation? If anxiety and depression are correlated, what 3 possible directions of causality might explain this correlation?

Person-Centered Theory Case Study

-How the theory would conceptualize her "problem," -Identify what key concepts can be applied -Discuss two specific interventions you would use with this client. -Identify a limitation of using the theory to this case. The case study is from Capella University and titled 'Case Study One: The Case of Mary'.

An article summary is advised briefly.

Summarize this article: Wampold, B. E., Kuldhir, B. (2004). Attending to the Omissions: An Historical Examination of Evidenced-Based Practice Movements. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. 36(6), 563-570.

Gender Information is discussed.

First 1) Describe 1) Gender- schema and Social Cognitive Theory. Please Include a Minimum of Two Academic Reference The describution from my textbook of Gender- schema Theory: Theory proposed by Bern, that children socialize themselves in their gender roles by developing a mentally organized network of information about wh

Lesbian Counseling: An Overview

Please describe issues unique to lesbians, and identify and explain the implications of these unique issues for counseling/therapy. For example; Attitudes towards them i.e. Targets of prejudice, discrimination, and violence (hate crimes) Relationships and Families Issues of diversity Economic and Workplace Issues

Leadership Style Example

According to Bushe & Johnson ( 1989 ) there are some contextual and internal variables that tends to affect the task group outcomes in various organizations. They did a survey on 59 members from 10 different task groups within five companies. This study was conducted and the results showed that there were three groups of variabl