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Rational Emotive Therapy (RET): A-B-C-D-E-F Model

I have been given the following scenario and need to apply the Rational Emotive Theory approach when working with an adolescent who is trying to manage his anger. I specifically need to focus on the E (discriminate or attend to new emotional and behavioral effects) & F (resulting in new feelings) aspects of the ABCDEF model. Can

"Reality" & Cognitive Theorists

The following question is obviously one I need to answer for a class. I don't expect you to answer the question for me, but I would appreciate it if someone could "point me in the right direction" so that I know how to answer this question on my own. In other words, could someone suggest where I might research for an answer? The

Goal Statement - University of Choice - Why Walden?

Please for the steps below: Personal/Professional Goals: o Why are you interested in graduate school and what are your plans after receiving your degree? o Why are you interested in the program and specialization to which you are applying? Please note that your personal/professional goals must be in line wit

Do humans pursue happiness. Give two different definitions of happiness.

1) Do humans pursue happiness. Give two different definitions of happiness. 2) Give three examples of basic biological tendencies in humans 3) What was Freud trying to accomplish in therapy? What changes did he want to make in his clients? 4) Describe two different attributional styles, i.e. ways people explain what causes th

Motivational loss is discussed.

You are a middle manager. You notice that the volunteers for your agency are disappearing and losing motivation. What do you do to increase your volunteer base? Any thoughts?

Theory and Principles of Motivation

Please help with the following problem. Provide at least 200 words in the final solution. You are a new instructor for a first grade math class working with a teacher who has been teaching for 30 years. You notice that the children are not motivated to do math, particularly their math homework. Using theory and principles of

3 objectives for the target population and the degree of change

We have to write a proposal about homeless people living in their cars and in doing so we have to write 3 objectives for the target population and the degree of change. Having a hard time making sure that the objectives are not goals. Target Population - write at least 3 objectives - Degree of change - write at least 3

Jung and Symbolism

Can you explain to me the significance of the circle as a symbol in art according to Jung (both in ancient times and now.)

Three of Henry Murray's Needs

List and define three of Henry Murray's needs. For one of the needs, provide an example of an occupation that would help to satisfy that need and explain why. For another need, describe how the need can cause trouble for a person in an occupational role.

Biological Influences of Psychology

In order to better understand how preschool children learn from their play activities, you have advised the Product Development department to study the biological influences of psychology. See the scenario for the specifics of your role. Develop a short presentation describing the biological influences of psychology. In your

Theories of Early Psychology: Structuralism, Functionalism and Behaviorism

Compare and contrast three of the ten different perspectives (specific theories) of early psychology described in your text or on the internet. These theories include: Structuralism, Functionalism, Behaviorism, Gestalt, Psychodynamic, Humanistic, Evolutionary, Physiological, Cognitive, and Culture and Diversity.

Understanding Test Scores

This article will help the reader further understand commonly used test scores used in psychological and educational testing. These include: Standard Scores, Percentiles, Age/Grade Equivalents, Confidence Intervals, Bands of Error, and the Bell Curve.

Open Ended, Closed and clarifying questions

Would you agree with my answers to the following questions? 1. "What is it like for you when you get depressed?" OPEN ENDED 2. "Have you had a physical exam in the last two years?" CLOSED 3. "Are you saying you don't give up easily?" CLOSED 4. "How does this job affect your mood

Discussion question - Teams, Team Motivation Strategies and Incentives

Please answer the following discussion questions with at least a 30-50 word response. 1. How do team motivation strategies and rewards differ from those used for individuals? 2. How can team incentives be implemented in such a way that all team members benefit? 3. What are some examples of good individ

Types of Child Abuse

I would like to discuss different types of child abuse. This is for a 6-8 page paper I need to write. A detailed outline with at least 10 references would be helpful. Thank you.

Identify Common Psychological Disorders

Details: Fun Learning and Toy Company is looking for ways to expand into non-traditional markets. Their goal is to explore the possibility of developing educational materials which will help psychologists treat patients. Develop a presentation in which you identify common psychological disorders. In your presentation you sho

Behavior, Mental Processes and Arbitration Process

1. Each founder of psychology focused on a different aspect of behavior and mental processes. Did they choose important questions? If you had been one of the founders, on which topic do you think you would have focused? 2.During a brainstorming session, a coworker disagrees with every idea you suggest. Depending on the attri

Psychology - Grief

In order to develop a better marketing approach , you and your workgroup want to know what is the purchasing educational games for prechoolers . You believe that understanding social behavior and its influences will help you make more astute marketing decisions. Share your opinion on the following topics:

Debate question

There is a ongoing debate between proponents of the heredity approach (who believe that intelligence is genetically determined) and the environment approach (who argue that intelligence depends at least in part on an individual's experience and environment). The important practical (and political) issue arising from this deba

Experiments

Perform the following experiments and report your results. Devise the following experiments and report your results. Devise an Acronym relation to a concept you are having difficult learning. Write it down. Study it for 2 minutes. Come back in one hour. Can you now remember the information? Was this exercise he

Spearman's Model of Intelligence and Gardner's Multiple Intelligences

Use the Library and other Internet resources to research Spearman's Model of Intelligence and Gardner's Multiple Intelligences. Based on your findings, compare and contrast the two models. Provide several comparisons and several contrasts. Which of the two models do you feel is more in line with psychology today? Support your an

Coping responses may be either healthy or unhealthy.

I explain how coping responses may be either healthy or unhealthy. I also define "explanatory style." What are some of the things that optimists do that are helpful in coping with with stress? I also explain how coping strategies can be helpful or destructive. Finally, I define the term "emotional intelligence" and explain ho

General Psychology

1. Describe the form(s) in which information is coded in short-term memory and discuss the roles played by decay and interference in recalling information from short-term memory. 6. Summarize current beliefs and research regarding the role of heredity and environment in intelligence. 8. Summarize research findings on tem