Altruistic acts are certainly to a great degree selfless. I think the debate is weather or not there is any act of altruism that does not have, in some small measure Altruistic acts e, a payback for the giver. For instance, serving at a homeless shelter is certainly to a large degree a selfless act. However, if the server fee
How effective do you think the media campaigns that you see on television regarding altruistic acts?
How effective do you think the media campaigns that you see on television regarding altruistic acts? The media can be helpful in creating awareness of issues that need attention. The media is a powerful persuasive tool, especially if the messengers are chosen carefully. Think back to who brought the plight of individuals in Da
1. If we are more likely to help those who are similar to us, than what does that mean in terms of helping behaviors and what are the implications as we try to increase helping behaviors in our society? 2. Are there ways to manipulate this trait as we craft public action campaigns using the various elements of the social exc
I agree that these experiments were very disturbing. Just because I like to play devils advocate I have another set of questions for you! What would the other side say? Could the argument could be made that these experiments were ethical? Could the argument be made that the information obtained was valuable enough to justify the
What are the elements of persuasion? What forms of persuasion and group influence principles are harnessed by new religious movements?
What motivates an individual to help others?
How can we enhance our own self-efficacy and the self-efficacy of others?
How widespread are self-fulfilling prophecy? Explain your answer.
What are the steps that one takes to perceive the social world? Which of these steps is the most crucial? Why?
Discuss the role of groups and social influence. "Lunch Mobs- deindiciduation", "Uninvolved Bystanders-diffusion and responsibility"; "working and solving problems in groups-"Group think"; polarization" "confromaity, social roles and obedience", "the positive side of groups."
I am required to do a research methods paper, topic: home schooling, with a critical approach applying statistical problem solving skills in a scientific method. I am required to explore in detail one of the statistical approaches to research, t-test, z score, ANOVA, etc. Because I do not think critically, this is very
Finding Evidence in Support Of or Against a Social Proverb i) Your instructor will separate the class into work groups of three to four members each. ii) The goal of this assignment is to find evidence from the available social psychological literature regarding a proverb or saying relevant to social behavior. By researching t
1. Why is low-balling an effective persuasion technique? 2. How does dissonance reduction after a moral decision affect people's tendency to behave ethically or unethically in the future? 3. Do you agree or disagree?
Topic: Discipline Describe moral and ethical issues faced by managers. Explain how the relationship between social issues and ethically responsible management practices relates to your topic. Provide a workplace example of an ethical dilemma related to your topic. What legal aspects did management face during this dilem
Suppose you wanted to investigate the question of whether or not playing violent videogames makes teenagers more aggressive. 1. Describe how you would use the observational, correlational, and experimental methods to examine this question? 2. What are the advantages and disadvantages of each technique?
Discuss the relationship between determinationism and psychology Describe Freud's psychoanalytic theory Describe the elements of Freud's theory Describe the premises of behavioral theory Explain personality theory Discuss psychopathology as it applies to criminal behavior Describe how the various physiological disorders mi
I am having trouble understanding these concepts, although it seems relatively easy, I am still having some difficulty. I know about Rogers concept of the "self", but I am not sure if that applies to the "social" world??--I have to prepare a presentation, and I am having brain-block, and struggling where to start. Can you please
I am having a difficult time discerning the difference between attitude and behavior...Arent they somewhat the same? And usually your behavior depends on your attitude? Can you please help with the question below? Describe the reciprocal relationship between behavior and attitudes.
Explain the impact of organizational socialization on job satisfaction. Analyze the relationship between productive and counterproductive behaviors in organizations. Describe the relationship between job satisfaction and organizational commitment.
I need some help in finding references of professional journal articles on the inevitability of stereotyping. Looking for flaws and strengths in specific examples and applications.
Psychology give an example of individual and interpersonal prejudice. and how might prejudices occur at intergroup levels
Your choice of revolution or discovery should be as current as from 1900 to the present. A few examples of scientific revolution or discoveries:  Flight  Space travel  New physics revolution  Penicillin  The mapping of the human genome  Cloning  The general theory
1. How can a team be motivated to accomplish group goals? Is it necessary to motivate every member in a different way? Why or why not? 2. Is punishment an effective team motivator? Why or why not? What would be an example of effective punishment for your group?
How do social needs motivate behavior? Abraham Maslow's theory is connected to social needs and examples of how social needs motivate behavior are described.
Please help. I need assitance to complete the following: Examine a social group or organization to which you belong (school, government, family, religious, special interest club, etc.). Prepare a 750-1000-word paper explaining the role of the group, the social functions it supports or promotes, and how this role may have chan
Summarize the attached journal article using these questions. Q1. What is a summary of the research study? Does delinquency behavior spills over into young adulthood? Q2. What theoretical approach did the author utilize? Latent trait and life course models (Page 371)? Q3. What is the hypotheses being tested? (
There has been a growing awareness of cult behavior on the internet. There has been a growing concern among parents. The principal of the high school received numerous calls and emails from parents to understand how to recognize these groups and how to prevent their children from joining these groups. The principal asked you to
I have to complete an assignment on male victim of domestic violence. I don't know where to start trying to do either. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
This posting chooses which personality theory do you think offers the best explanation for how an individual's personality develops. It also lists citations of the appropriate literature on personality theory.
Erikson's theory of Psychosocial development is emphasized. It also gives a description of Erikson theory, including the stages of development.