In what ways can architecture impact human behavior? What affects have you seen in your own life concerning your reactions to different architectural designs?
Research Variables: -Sampling -Norms -Compare and contrast sampling and norms using multicultural and traditional research methodology -Address the fundamental problems encountered encountered by researchers during the implementation of these variables cross-culturally
-Define both the model-directed approach and the client-directed approach to therapy. Compare and contrast these two approaches. (apa resources needed) -discuss the collaborative treatment planning approach and what you see as the benefits and obstacles to this approach to treatment planning.
Bernadine/classmate brings up a fear of Dentists. Many people do have a reaction to and fear of Dentists. My cousin began fearing going to see the Dentist when she had her first cavity at 11 years old. Prior to that, she did not mind going at all. Please explain how she might have begun to fear the dentist labeling the (unco
Please describe Watson's Little Albert experiment and its significance.
Flooding is prolonged exposure to the stimulus that caused the fear/trauma. Using flooding, a person learns that there is nothing dangerous about what they fear. Please provide an example of how flooding can be used with someone who has a fear of clowns.
Mental health professionals can use a number of tools to support a client in overcoming fear. Counterconditioning and desensitization are powerful ways to change behavior. What are counterconditioning and desensitization?
As a trainer you must develop a training session, which incorporates 3 short clinical research scientific misconduct scenarios. The scenario must allow the trainees to think and develop a solution.
Discuss briefly the criticism of Rogers' view of human nature and therapy.
This post articulates James' concept of self and the four differentiations of self using research to validate.
Discuss Adler's investigation of organ inferiority as it relates to the psychological sense of inferiority.
Discuss Adler's investigation of organ inferiority as it relates to the psychological sense of inferiority. How is inferiority a part of children's life experiences?
I need to explain the development of self-concept, self-esteem, and self-efficacy. Any help on this would be of great help.
Why is psychology considered a science? How can the steps of the scientific method apply to psychology?
Can Erickon's stage one of psychosocial development (Basic trust vs. mistrust) effect an individuals relationship with men as an adult?
Environmental Psychology: Strategies, utilizing technology, to manage public congestion & environmental stressors
I need resources so I can discuss strategies, utilizing technology, to manage weather, public congestion of the environmental stressors.
The ability to perform certain tasks appears to change over time. How can we determine if these changes are the result of maturation or learning? Does either maturation or learning take precedence over the other? Explain your answer.
Identify ways in which spiritual or religious beliefs could have a negative impact within the counseling setting, particularly with those who have different personal values, life practices, or spiritual or religious beliefs than yours.
Give examples of catastrophes from Hurricane Katrina. What affect do these catastrophes have on individuals in Katrina? Please cite sources.
Question 1. What is the role of theory in research proposals? Question 2. Why is deception a controversial practice in social science research?
Grace said: "I learned how to take care of my health and take it at a more serious level. I learned that I was diabetic in October 2010. I knew this day was coming because I continued to abuse my body. I was not exercising as often as I should have and I was eating unhealthy. I knew that diabetes is hereditary and should have ta
Please, analyze the role of awareness in classical conditioning.
What are some positive benefits of a wrap around program?
What are the models associated with Donald Hebb?
Suggest a program designed to assist adolescents and young adults in achieving a positive self-concept and self-actualization. Please provide at least 300 words and include references in the solution.
Examine one cultural dimension in high and low context. Give an explanation what this is and an example of each type of culture.
Question 1. What considerations must one take into account when dealing with qualitative research? Question 2. Why is a hypothesis inappropriate for a qualitative study?
How do you feel about the assertion that industrialized nations are depleting natural resources, particularly from developing countries? Explain your answer. What are the short- and long-term effects of such depletion?
What is learning? What are the three different approaches to learning? What is the relationship between learning and psychology?
How would a therapist go about evaluating his/her work as a psychologist? What are some of the criteria they can use to evaluate the quality of their work? Can a therapist refer to their clients goals and objectives to evaluate their effectiveness of their work? What products (reports/cases) can a therapist review in order to tr
How do we see observational learning used in the workplace? How do we see observational learning being used in our everyday life? Is observational learning effective? Why or why not?