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Social Psychology Theory

Select a social psychology theory, discussed in Fiske (2010) that you found novel, interesting, or surprising. Describe how this theory, if applied effectively, can have a beneficial effect on society. Reference to use: Fiske, S. T. (2010). Social beings: Core motives in social psychology(2nd ed.). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

Concepts of human interaction with social psychology

I need assistance in writing a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper in which you examine fundamental concepts of human interaction from the perspective of social psychology. Describe at least two examples of how human behavior changes based on social situations. In your description be sure to address the following: a. Describe the spec

Pro-social Behavior Issue Analysis

Discussion and analysis of Pro-social behavior in 'Does True Altruism Exist'. Evaluate both arguments in the issue, then support one of the concepts with a sound rationale.

Formal and Informal Resolutions to Ethical Dilemmas

Can someone help me by providing examples of one formal and one informal ethical resolution to the ethical issue below and why they are formal or informal as well as what perhaps is the potential outcomes of both types of resolutions. Also, which would be the most appropriate in resolving this ethical dilemma and why? Ethical

Foundations of Social Psychology

I need help in creating an outline for a 1000-1,400 word paper on analysing the conceptual foundations of Social Psychology. I need to address these items: 1. Define social psychology. 2. Analyse the four key characteristics of social psychology as outlined in Social Beings. 3. Explain the concept of Situationism and the role

Application of psychology with social media

Read: Barak, A. (1999). Psychological applications on the Internet: A discipline on the threshold of a new millennium. Applied and Preventative Psychology,8, p.231-246 Using a similar format as Barak (1999) did to review ten types of psychological applications on the Internet. Identify and discuss an application of psychology

Social Learning Theory to Explain Bullying Behavior

Please help with the following problem. Classroom bullying can be attributed to modeling and vicarious learning. Furthermore, bullying behavior may be a result of learned behavior and inability to conflict resolute their own personal feelings of inadequacy and/or have little conflict mediation skills.

Internal Scripts

1). Without getting too personal, describe an example of a time when you relied on a script to guide your behavior in a particular situation. 2). How do cultural and societal expectations shape our internal scripts? Min. of one scholarly source to support your answers. Cite with APA format

Change in Societal Views on Mental Illness

Has society changed in how they view mental illness? Use particular instances to explain. History has shown us the tragedies of mental illness. If stigma remains it is possible that we will repeat some of the problems of history.

Psychosocial Approach to Criminal Behavior

Use the psychosocial approach, focusing on the various biological factors that may be related to criminal behavior. What are ways biological factors may predispose humans to aggression and violent behavior? - Select two neurological factors that may be linked to criminal behavior. - Consider to what degree the factors you sele

Orientation's Effect on Object Recognition

There are many factors that impact an individual's ability to recognize objectives. These factors include orientation. There have been some studies that have demonstrated that orientation has relatively little effect on object recognition. Do you agree or disagree with the findings of these studies?

Forensic Psychologist Multicultural Competency

Research indicates that a person's culture has considerable impact on behavior, therefore making professional awareness of culture, diversity, and cultural competency essential for effective practice. Forensic populations are some of the most diverse of all treatment populations, thus making cultural competence an important attr

Evaluate the Program Design in Human Service as a Needs Assessments

Conduct a Needs Assessments for Local Community School and Create a Program Design Model, your design can be used to teach in the classroom by teachers / parents in different ways to educate kids of 4 years old and older in issues related to Safety Mainly Sexual Abuse. Select the above program evaluation type and conduct a pr

Evaluation research

a) What are the associations between evaluation research and quantitative, qualitative, and mixed research methods? b) Determine which type of data is considered relevant to evaluation research in social psychology. c) Which research methods are applied most often to evaluation research in the social psychology field?

Narrative research

Please discuss the following questions: 1. The importance of narrative research techniques in qualitative research 2. Interview techniques: advantages and disadvantages 3. Effects of acculturation on immigrants

Teenage identity

In most cases, teenagers often change their identity as they mature into in to adulthood because their friends' opinions no longer matter. This aligns with the process of development in which maturity occurs from adolescents to the young adult stages. I am interested to hear your take on this?

Analyzing Client's Thought Process and Viewpoint

I had a client tell me the other day that she used to give to a lot of charities and buy toys for low income families during Christmas time. She said she believed in helping others, however she stopped doing this last year because she feels that it feeds into the corrupt system of welfare. She said donating to charities conflict

Power And Corruption

Does power corrupt behavior? Explain your answer by providing an example or scenario.

Evaluating a Research Report

Evaluating a Research Report Dissertation: K'Solito, T. (2009). Cognitive behavioral techniques used to complement medication for improved pain control in cancer treatment (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from ProQuest Dissertations and Theses. (UMI No. 3366535) Dissertation: Kelley, W. D. (2009). The effectiveness of Re

Ethics in forensic psychology

A description of each of the ethical issues and/or challenges you selected. Then explain why each is a challenge and how you might address it? - Briefly describe at least three ethical issues that are present in the case study. - Explain why each poses an ethical challenge or dilemma. - Explain the three challenges and/or d

Using Action Research in the Real World

Give an example of how one would use action research in a counselling practice or setting. Then, describe the problem and the rationale for using action research to address it. Be specific and include what you would want to "find" and how you would go about "finding" it.

Intuitive Abilities

Do you believe that people who rely too much on their intuition are acting out of anxiety, more than intuitive abilities? Anxiety symptoms are often mistaken for intuition because the feelings can be similar.

Contributing to a problem

Capstone Project Topic: "Stress management in the workplace" 1.Identify the major contributors to the problem (who, what) and briefly explain how they contribute to/cause the problem. 2.Explain at least two causes of the problem. 3.Explain at least two effects of the problem.

Counseling-Related Qualitative Research

Select a counseling-related qualitative research article that contains a description of data analysis procedures and clear recommendations for practice and give a brief summary of the article you selected and provide full APA citation. Based on the analysis and interpretation of the results, what conclusions did you draw and how

Understanding Quantitative Research Designs

Select a study published within the last 10 years that used quantitative designs and give a brief description of the study you selected including the type of design used. Then, explain how this design might be used to inform practice in forensic counseling specialty.

The Dark Side of Self-Esteem

The "Dark Side" of Self-Esteem People with low self-esteem often have problems in life��"they make less money, abuse drugs, and are more likely to be depressed (Salmela-Aro & Nurmi, 2007; Trzesniewski & others, 2006). As you learned in Chapter 1, though, a correlation between two variables is sometimes caused by a thir