Please discuss motivational interview techniques, since that concept is not readily know by everyone. Describe what those are, and draw on published scholarly sources regarding their effectiveness.
Do internal and external sources need to be complementary in order for motivation to occur?
"I think any company . . . has got to find a way to engage the mind of every single employee. . . . If you're not thinking all the time about making every person more valuable, you don't have a chance. What's the alternative? Wasted minds? Uninvolved people? A labor force that's angry or bored? That doesn't make sense." How d
#1 How do you feel about someone who has been hospitalized for a mental disorder? Would you date someone if you knew they had been hospitalized? What if they had been in the hospital for a strictly physical illness? Is there a difference in your feelings? Why? Does this affect your willingness to seek therapy for your own
What is emotion? What is the relationship between emotion and motivation? Provide an example. How do evolutionary history and personal history impact behavior? Provide an example.
Past and Current Trends I need help with a paper explaining past and current trends of the use and abuse of substances in the United States. Include the ways in which the American culture encourages and supports drug use and abuse. Additionally, address how and why substance abuse creates significant health problems in the
1) Define the problem outlined in the article. 2) Describe the issues related to the problem addressed by the article. 3) Consider the implications of the article to employees, employers, and society. a) What are the ramifications if the problem is not addressed? b) What are the tangible benefits o
I need information on Mary Whiton Calkins theoretical perspective and her contributions to the field of psychology. Possibly a detailed explanation.
Pavlov's Classical Conditioning: Theory into practice Pavlov utilizted two types of stimulis unconditioned and conditioned and two types responses unconditioned and conditioned Patty does poorly on a math test. This makes her feel anxious, from that point , she always becomes anxious when taking a math test. As the school ye
Describe and critique the traditional analysis of the Anna O. case and explain what Sigmund Freud believed he had learned from it.
How does Maslow's hierarchy of needs relate to effective counseling? Give a complete description of Maslow's hierarchy as you are answering this question. E.g. the hierarchy diagram gives a good "starting point" for your discussion.
Adam is a student in Mr. Potter's fourth-grade class. He is the youngest of 6 children in a blended family. His mother and step-father both work long hours to support their family. His father moved to another state recently. Adam is a bright child, but is not always well behaved. He enjoys entertaining his classmates by making j
Discuss the challenges associated with being in a virtual learning team as well as how teams can respond to these challenges.
Generally speaking, do you place more value on the well-being of the individual or the group? When and why do you value individualism? When and why do you value group orientation?
Do you know what might cause narcolepsy?
If I added another intelligence could another you add a teaching strategy for another intelligence. try naturalist, spiritual, existential, and moral. If you was teaching science and the subject was a unit on the heart. What is your opinion regarding spiritual intelligence? Would you include this concept within Gardner's the
Please see the attachment. Validity and Reliability For each of the tests of reliability and validity listed on the matrix, prepare a 50-100-word description of test's application and under what conditions these types of reliability would be used as well as when it would be inappropriate. Then, prepare a 50-100-word descr
A child decides not to steal a candy bar because he/she knows there may be consequences for his/her actions. Lawrence Kohlberg theorized that there are six stages of moral development through which a person may pass as they develop from infancy to adulthood. Kohlberg was interested in the way that people arrived at their moral j
In the space provided in columns two and three of the following matrix, prepare a 50-100-word evaluation of both the reliability and validity of each of the sources listed: 1.Wikipedia 2. General Motor's Company Web Site 3.American Psychological Association Web Site 4.Arizona Department of Health Services Web Site
What is the difference in reliability and credibility found on the Web and on University Library sites, such as UOP's?
How can you determine the credibility of a source located on line? I read in my course material somewhere, but I can't remember where in my weekly reading, that if there is an author and institution and can be clearly identified, it is a reputable source (E.g., from an educational institution? Professional Organization etc.)
What is the nature of REM sleep? Why is it important to sleep?
I am getting ready to work on a research paper (8 to 10 pages). The topic has to be psychological AND physiological in nature. I have chosen from the DSM-IV under sexual disorders pedophilia. Any thoughts concerning a possible outline that would encompass both the psychological and physiological aspects of this disorder?
Development of the field of Neuropsychology is described, with an emphasis on controlled substance use for psychological conditions. The mind-body interaction and physical-chemical issues.
How did 19th century research on the nervous system pave the way for the eventual rise of psychology as a formal discipline?
What are the reasons for under-pathologizing and over-pathologizing?
1. What are cultural bound syndromes and give examples?
This question is for a Multicultural psychology class. Please discuss: 1. Independent vs. Interdependent Concepts of Self Thank you very much. Your help is much appreciated.
Suppose you are the therapist who is working with a family who is adopting a 5 year old (female) child who was physically abused in her family of origin. She has no conscious memory of the abuse because she was removed from the family at age 19 months of age. She has had temper tantrums ever since she came into the foster care
What are the differences between experimental methods designs and descriptive methods designs?
Academic honesty is highly valued at the University of Phoenix. There are several ethical implications when it comes to one's written work. One of the key components of every written paper at the University will be proper citation and referencing of sources. Improperly documenting these sources of information could constitute