One theorist from each of the following paradigms in preparation for this assignment: o Functionalistic • Edward Lee Thorndike • B. F. Skinner • Clark Leonard Hull o Associationistic • Ivan Pavlov • Edwin R. Guthrie • William K. Estes Please analyze the functionalistic and associationistic theories asso
Jean Piaget & Lev Vygotsky were two influential theorists during the 20th century-each with a unique spin on how children best learn. Compare & contrast their theories on research and tell which you think best explained cognitive development in children?
Is it still considered "learning" when knowledge is shared? Explain why or why not.
900 words in which you examine the concept of learning and how it is related to cognition. In your examination, address the following questions: o Describe the theory of operant conditioning. o Compare and contrast positive and negative reinforcement. o Determine which form of reinforcement is the most effective. Explain yo
How has Albert Bandura contributed to the existing research pertaining to learning theories? Describe Albert Bandura's theory and contributions to existing research. In addition, provide an example of how people can apply this theory in the past and how are people using it today.
How has Jean Piaget contributed to the existing research pertaining to cognitive theories? Describe Jean Piaget's theory and contributions to existing research. In addition, provide an example of how people can apply this theory in the past and how are people using it today.
Using the current literature, explain one way to alter the conditions in the scenario to prevent conformity. Finally, provide an example where conformity might be good and explain why.
Briefly describe how "vicarious learning" occurs. What are some of the things that determine whether or not a learned behavior is actually performed? Finally, discuss an example of vicarious learning in personality development.
Behavior theory, psychoanalytic theory, cognitive-behavioral theory, and person centered theory. For each theory, cover the following aspects: - Goals of therapy - Types of treatment - Theoretical explanation of where substance use or abuse stems from - Characteristics of the client that would be the best fit for this theo
Discuss the contributions that these selected theorists have made to the field of learning and cognition.
Define learning theory. Discuss the significance of the theory to the field of psychology? Why?
MMPA 6405: Ethics and Social Justice Final Project Overview For the Final Project of this course, select any government or non-profit organization for which there is sufficient information to allow a thorough analysis of ethical or social justice issues. You may select your own organization if it is a government or nonpr
The idea of measuring a person's intelligence with an IQ test began in the early 1900s. Can intelligence be measured by a test? Why or why not?
What evidence do the researchers of the Mozart Effect experiment offer as a test of their hypothesis? Is this evidence empirical (observable)? Is it valid?
Discuss the importance of visual perception in cognitive processes.
I need to create a PowerPoint presentation (9-12 slides) that outlines the basic functions of the brain, nervous system, and sensory systems. Be sure to address the following issues in your presentation: Brain: Be sure to include the major lobes of the brain as well as the areas in the sub-cortex. A brief description of the
Is there a critical period for language acquisition
Identify at least four key milestones in the development of cognitive psychology as a discipline. Discuss the importance of behavioral observation in cognitive psychology.
Pick a APA style Journal or Article Write a summary sentence for each subtitle heading? Ex: Introduction- Review- Findings- Write a sentence for each describing what the paragraph is about?
Question: Describe how you might use modeling procedures in helping a client learn a specific social skill.
Describe the stages of Freud's psychoanalytic theory.
Kurt Lewin Field Theory Analyze the major themes of your selected theories. Identify the individuals associated with your selected theories.
How does the humanistic, client-centered approach to therapy work? Provide an example What are the goals of therapy according to this approach? How would this perspective go about working with a difficult or unmotivated client? Provide an example Use scholarly sources to support your answers. Provide examples. Cite you
Hi Marcel 1). I have a classmate that presented this question; "How is it that a "positive reinforcement" will teach the child or person not to repeat the wrong behavior." Personally I thought using a "negative reinforcement" was needed in this case to teach the child or person not to repeat the wrong behavior. What is
1) Punishment occasionally discourages unwanted behavior. As a method of correcting behavior, however, it often fails. Discuss the reasons why punishment usually does not produce the desired results. 2) Rewards can be very effective for increasing the occurrence of desired behavior; however, they are often misused, and c
The aim of this study is to develop substantive theory about how parents deal with the education of their child diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder. A series of in-depth case studies, conceptualized within the social theory of symbolic interaction, will use both auto ethnographic and constructivist grounded theory methods
I need two historical research examples within the last five years. One brief research example showing how taking the IQ exam measure of intelligence has benefited the individual or group individuals or society. One brief research example showing how taking the IQ exam measure of intelligence has been a drawback to the i
How can the connection between two neurons be strengthened, using Hebb's theory? What is the implication of this theory on neuro-rehabilitation?
With Hebb theory can you answer this question? What effect does the environment have on intellectual differences in humans?
Please help me to understand the effects of mood on memory and learning. Consider how anxiety or depression can influence attention and interpretive bias, with some examples.