Gibson and Mitchell (2008) discuss the criteria for selecting clients for group counselling and state that "a person must possess certain abilities or aptitudes if he or she is to profit from and contribute to the group experience". Based on your knowledge, this job offers personal client characteristics (or other factors) as re
While the terms counselling and guidance are often used interchangeably by the public, the profession recognizes these terms as having different meanings. Can you point out some of these differences. Personal notes are given.
I need help answering the following. Please be concise. If you use of any references, please include in text, citation, and please provide reference list. Please answer the following questions: 1. Describe Erikson's psychosocial stages of infant development. 2. Define attachment, explain how it is measured and how it
When is it best to use norm-referenced test? When is it best to use criterion-referenced? How are they different and alike? What are the advantages and disadvantages of each?
These questions are briefly posed: How does social learning theory explain our celebrity-obsessed culture? How does social learning theory explain why people want to emulate celebrities? It also lists references for these aforesaid topics.
These questions are posed and examined: "Has specialized medicine made an overall positive or negative impact on the quality of patient-centered health care delivery? Give examples as you explain your opinion." "Does your opinion change when discussing patients as a group versus individual patients? Why or why not?"
These areas are considered: 1. Compare and contrast the characteristics of primary and secondary data. 2. Explain the role of statistics in research.
Do you think it is necessary for a person in the field of juvenile justice to learn psychology and neuroscience?
This question is posed: "Do you think it is necessary for a person in the field of juvenile justice to learn psychology and neuroscience?" Define and explain concepts.
Critical Thinking Concepts: Present a Situation in which you Acted or Reacted 'Mindlessly,' Rather Than Thoughtfully
Present a situation in which you acted or reacted 'mindlessly' (see web links below), rather than thoughtfully, and which did not turn out well for you. Using the critical thinking concepts discussed in Chapter 1 and concepts of Chapter 8 and/or from the internet, which specific, more effective thinking strategies could you have
This job develops two or three hunches for each scenario. What is the basis of your hunch (theory, experience, knowledge about social conditions, etc.)? Leah is a 13-year-old runaway living on the streets with a group of three other teens. They show up at the food kitchen occasionally, where a counselor has talked with Leah a
This problem is assessed: Consider this problem: A man has three animals on a riverbank: a dog,cat, and a mouse. The man needs to get all three animals to the other side of the river, but can only carry himself and one animal at a time. The man cannot leave the dog and cat together because the dog will eat the cat. similar
1. Beatrice Hinkle: Could you please describe her background, theoretical perspective, and contributions to the field of psychology? Thank you.
Thought-processes and factors that lead to a specific graduate program are noted.
Assume you are planning on becoming a clinical psychologist working primarily with individuals suffering from emotional disorders. As a specialist on emotional disorders, is it important to understand the biological bases of behavior? Why or why not?
1.Why do people often resist efforts to change behavior? 2. What is the difference between motivation and manipulation? Use a real-life example to explain your answer.
I need to describe in 400 words the sensory process that takes place when, 1. You hear the ball hit the bat, 2. You see the ball coming to you, and 3. You catch the ball in your glove?
Identify the individuals associated with the incentive and instinct theories. A brief explanation of each theories motivational elements would also be helpful. Thank you.
An in-depth examination of the ways in which our society and other societies or subcultures handle the fundamental issue of death is presented.
Self-serving biases are exemplified using personal data.
These concepts are applied: a. How can industrial/organizational psychologists instill the necessary motivation and skills in workers necessary to maintain flexibility in a modern organization? b. How does the skill of multitasking help the employee in the modern organization? c. What does it take to satis
For each experiment below, this posting identifies the four components of an experiment, as listed below. Possible answers: (Choose an answer from one of the following. There is only one correct answer for each blank.) Independent Variable Dependent Variable Experimental Group Control Group 1. An industrial/organiza
I need some help getting started. Prepare a detailed discussion examining how various motivational strategies affect productivity in a selected workplace (namely, your own or one with which you are very familiar). Include an explanation of organizational efforts to improve performance, employees' resistance to increasing pro
This scenario is considered: Think about a perfectly normal grown man who sticks wildly colored feathers all over his body and dances up and down the middle of the main street of a large city. How would you categorize such a man? Remember, context is everything! Think about this fellow for just a moment. Would you think he wa
Write a 500-750- word experiment proposal that clearly addresses the issue of a drug's efficacy. Be sure to design the experiment so that valid conclusions concerning the effects of Physostigmine can be determined. Proposal should include identification of independent and dependent varibles, description of patient selection meth
Psychology's role in the Jury System: Explain how psychology can play a role in the jury system.
Prison Debate: How would a conservative reply to a call for more restorative justice? How could a restorative justice advocate respond to a conservative call for more prisons? How are these positions influenced Byoe's definition of crime?
Ideas related to retinal ganglion cells are explained briefly.
I need help getting started on these two questions. Can you help me? All help and suggestions are appreciated. LINKING WELFARE TO CRIME 1. Michael Tanner makes some interesting observations about a possible correlation between welfare and crime. Read his testimony by following the web link, and then describe in what w
Use violent crime as an example to discuss the major tenets and usefulness of one social process theory.
I ned help getting started on this question. In a minimum of 250 words, use violent crime as an example to discuss the major tenets and usefulness of one social process theory. What are the possible policy implications of this approach? FYI Subject is: Social Process Theories: Socialized to Crime Text Book: The crimin
Provide some examples of how psychologists assist police with profiling. Does mental illness play a part in profiling?