What observations have you made concerning the psychological effects of different commercial building designs? Explain.
Discuss the pluses and minuses of self-report measures in Psychological Research Include these ideas and other: Measures consistency Construction of questionnaires can be difficult Quick surveys
There is a lot of debate concerning the role of ethical standards in the field of psychology. There are some that believe that the field of psychology is too regulated, where others believe that it is not regulated enough. What do you think the role of ethical standards should be in the field of psychology?
1) if you had to diagnose Alex with a psychological disorder based on his behaviors and beliefs, which one would you chosse? explian 2) what are some explanations of Alex's excesssive aggression? Discuss both biological and psychological influences. 3) discuss one other psychological theme that you have seen in the movie.e
Compare and contrast Feminist, Solution-Focused, and Narrative therapies
Can you please help me answer this question in identifying sources of testing for psychology? What specific types of information can be found in the Buros Institute of Mental Measurements, please explain; and the ETS Test Collection. Can you compare their strengths and weaknesses and provide information about the two? Can
What is the primary goal of psychological assessment? about 400 words
Answer the following question from the dialogue from a counseling session. T=Therapist H=Helen (client). Her case study is attached. 1.The majority of this session involves chair dialog. What was the goal of chair dialog in the case of Helen? How effective do you believe this technique was? (Answer needs to be approximately
Imagine you are asked by your employer to evaluate a selection test for new employees. How would you assess the reliability and validity of this test?
What are some similarities and differences between cognitive-behavior and short-term psycho-dynamic therapies? Including issues concerning the role of the therapist, the presence or absence of "free choice", the role of emotion, and the role of cognition. Are there any insight about either or both therapist?
What are some evaluations of psychodynamic theory and therapy? What are some of the aspects of psychodynamic theory that may be important to therapists? How well does this approach fit with a therapist emerging/developing theoretical orientation? How is the effectiveness of psychodynamic intervention? What are the challeges or c
What is the best way to solve interpersonal problems and relieve psychological distress? Should one try to identify the original causes of the distress, as Freud did? Or should one focus on here-and-now feelings and possibilities for change, as did Rogers?
Give an explanation of the specific steps that a therapist might need to maintain and future develop their abilities to administer, score, and interpret.
Parental employment and early child care have a psychological effect on many individuals today. Based on the information in the text and other resources, how might this impact the children in our society? Word count in not important- couple of paragraphs. Reference is needed.
Read the section in chapter 1 of attachment textbook about â??The Tools of Psychological Assessment. What is/are your experience(s) with these tools? If applicable, you might discuss your experience(s) in using any one (or more) of these tools in conducting an assessment in your place of employment. You may also discuss your
Session One Sondra is a thin, gaunt, 42 year old female of Hispanic heritage. Her mother killed herself when Sondra was 10 years old. Sondra was raised by her father who she describes as â??an abusive and controlling man.â? Sondra has been widowed and is currently dating a man 15 years her senior who she describes as â??a
Advantages and potential drawbacks of integrative therapies
Explain major ethical, legal, and sociocultural issues as they relate to the Weschler and Stanford-Binet in particular and IQ tests in general. Be sure to include the issue of test bias. references would be applicable
Compare the similarities and differences between cognitive-behavioral and short-term psychodynamic therapies.
We are learning about psychology, psychoanalysis and psychotherapy. I will begin my study with psychoanalysis and psychotherapy, and then apply knowledge of them in this weekâ??s assignment. I am to create a character, case study, case study analysis, and solution. I need an example of a vignette. If you need additional informa
Give a comparison of intelligence and achievement tests for adults. Explain at least two insights and/or conclusions that can be drawn from the comparison, and explain why these tests are important. Give examples.
Compare the similarities and differences between two referral settings in which psychological testing and assessment are used. Give rationale for why psychological testing or assessment is appropriate to use in each setting. Give specific examples to support the rationale.
The concepts associated with Pavlov include conditioned response and conditioned suppression. What are these concepts? How can they be applied to a real-life situation (in addition to those that Pavlov and Terry suggest)?
The professional organization is APA American Psychological Association: briefly describe the organization; explain how this organization can contribute towards increasing my professional knowledge and abilities; and discuss how this knowledge and these abilities can impact career success.
Evaluate the socio-political factors that are racism immigration and health. In your evaluation of these factors, describe their potential impact on the psychological development, distress, and behavior on a culturally diverse individual. .
Does psychotherapy work for all disorders listed in the DSM-IV? Identify the disorders that outcome research suggests have the best success rate.
1. What are at least two ethical issues associated with psychological testing? What impact do these issues have on the field of psychological testing? 2. What are at least two legal issues associated with psychological testing? How do these issues affect the field of psychological testing? 3. Which court case do you feel
Explain the use of projective techniques in psychological testing and provide an example of this type of test. Explain the difference between personality measures and measures of interests and attitudes. Cite with references APA style
Evaluate the sociopolitical factors on ageism.
Psychological Screening and Police Work Instructions: Psychological tests, such as the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI), have become commonplace applicant selection process of many police departments. In ideal circumstances, administrators hope that psychological screening will serve as a valid predictor of