Q1. Explain what object permanence is, how it is tested in infancy, and when it develops. Q2. Differentiate three theories of language learning, and explain current views on language learning. Q.3 Describe the main development in the emotional life of the child between 6 months and 2 years. Q.4 Define attachment, e
I have to answer this question below in 250 words. I have been reading the chapter and don't fully understand this question: How can you assess employee needs to tailor effective rewards?
1. What is theoretical concepts of oral fixation and anal fixation? 2. Working dynamics of a family unit. dynamics of a family differ from one family who shares the same fixation, as opposed to the family that experiences both fixations? 200 words please.
Intrinsic motivation and quality of work, exploring the nature of intrinsic motivation, and contrasting intrinsic and extrinsic motivation are new & quite confusing to me. I have to write a 1500 word essay in which I examine how various motivational strategies affect productivity in the workplace of a managed care insurance comp
Q1: Describe the significant development of the embryonic period. Q2: Describe the birth process, specifying the events of each stage. Q3: Describe the tests used to assess the newborn's condition at birth.
My topic is the effect of employing children in industrial environments (1st and/or 2nd) Industrial Revolution. I have certain questions that I need help with. We have ten questions. The only three that I have problems with is: 1. Describe ethical issues that became evident as a result of globalization. 2. Compare ethi
How might supervisors, educators, or other individuals apply operant conditioning? Please provide detailed examples which all four major aspects of operant conditioning (i.e. positive reinforcement, positive punishment, negative reinforcement, negative punishment).
Part I 1. Assess the interaction and influences of genetics, heredity, and environmental factors on the prenatal development of individuals with your selected condition. 2. Describe how biological, sensory, perceptual, motor and physical development of the mind and body are affected in individuals with your selected conditio
Modern genetics can prevent the tragedy of a life doomed by heredity; embryos can now be screened for some genetic diseases. But what constitutes a disease? Should genetic testing be used to select a child's characteristics? If so, what characteristics?
Research on one of these theorists: Either B.F. Skinner, Jean Piaget or Ivan Pavlov. Study the theory and the theorists and write a paper which reflects your understanding of what the theory is based on. Please discuss how the theory can be implemented in the field of Human Development and in working with children and their fam
Q1. Define developmental theory, and describe how developmental theories help explain human behavior and development, noting the differences among grand theories, minitheories, and emergent theories. Q2: Discuss the major focus of behaviorism, and explain the basic principles of classical and operant conditioning. Q3:
Can people reach self-actualization? Why or why not? Are there any limits to reaching self-actualization? If so, what are they?
What information have you learned to explain the development of gender stereotypes? What factors help explain why women's progress into the male-dominated work force has been slow?
Based upon your knowledge of Attachment Theory, does attachment style predict later relationships? Why or why not?
Below is an example of a mental status examination. Includes assessments and observations.
Please help me with statistic I have listed an attachment I need to do Practice Problem 11, 12, 13, & 16 in the corresponding spaces below. Round your answers to 3 decimal places.
Interpret and critique significance of statistical analysis of B.F. Dykeman article (2003) The effect of family conflict resolution on children's classroom behavior.
Interpret and critique significance of statistical analysis of B.F. Dykeman article (2003) The effect of family conflict resolution on children's classroom behavior. What can you tell me about Dykeman Article by answering the questions below? Dykeman, B.F. (2003, March). The effect of family conflict resolution on child
Conduct three of the following experiments and record your reactions. Be specific for each experiment. 1. Rub your index fingers gently over a piece of very coarse sandpaper a few times and rate its coarseness on a scale from 1 (very soft) to 7 (very coarse). After a minute or two, rub the same finger over the paper and agai
1. Choose three forms of child psychotherapy and describe the function of each one on a child's recovery. I am just looking for research to help get me started. Thank you.
Describe the three theories used to explain the Serial-Position effect. From your experience, does one of the theories represent a more appropriate explanation of the effect? Explain your position. Please with reference.
What are some of the procedures (in research) or experiences (in real-life) in which instrumental conditioning can be made resistant to extinction? How do you think persistence influences learned helplessness?
What are some of the procedures (in research) or experiences (in real-life) in which instrumental conditioning can be made resistant to extinction? How do you think persistence influences learned helplessness?With APA Reference
To need help with insight and information to address the following question: TASK: Prepare a 500 word analysis of the strengths and limitations of the theories in explaining individuals' behavior using APA format. Analysis should include references: Address the following: 1. Explain how psychodynamic theories influenc
1. What was your inspiration in choosing this profession? Do you have any regrets? Why did you choose this level of clientele over adults? 2. What are the profession's greatest benefits to you personally and professionally? Discuss its greatest challenges both personally and professionally? 3. Discuss some of your exper
What are some possible consequences of incorrectly labeling our emotional feelings? Is this possible? If so, how could it happen? If not, why?
Research on Issues Affecting the Aged: Research current trends and issues that affect today's aged population. Interview at least one person who is in the stage of late life. Prepare an 900 word paper (not including title or reference pages) in APA format including a minimum of 3 resources that addresses the following issu
Emotions are a major part of our daily life. Can being overly emotional cause damage in relationships whether its job related or personal? Does our emotional state show what kind of person we are or determine how much abuse a person will put up with?
1-What is the future of mediation and advocacy in this country? 2-What is the role of the human services worker in these processes?
Discuss the importance of the topic, Research Challenges: Exploring the Process. More specifically the ethical principles required of psychologists in gaining informed consent. Any suggestions on a scholarly literature resource that can be used to further explore the topic would be greatly apppreciated.
As a behavioral health professional what do you hope to bring to the field of advocacy, mediation, and consultation? Consider the following: 1-What one word best describes the individual skills you bring to the advocacy, mediation, and consultation arena? Explain your reasoning. 2-Why do you feel these skills are important?
Explore the existing integration of mediation and advocacy within a human services agency on a national or international level. 1- Do you believe mediation is appropriate for those specific populations? (750-1000 words).