Identify five ethical issues or concerns regarding the assessment of young children and the types/manner in which these assessments may be used. Identify three strategies or best practices that can address these ethical issues.
Please reference this journal: Reid, Norman. (2006). Thoughts on attitude measurement. Research in Science and Technological Education. 24(1): 3-27. Task: Describe one or more ways you might measure changes in attitude towards the issue of foster care for children. Include some of the benefits and shortcomings of the method
Children who suffer from physical disabilities often suffer some cognitive developmental delay as a result of not seeing or hearing correctly. Some children who have other physical disabilities might have problems with holding pencils or using computers. Thus, they are not able to learn in the same way as normally developing ch
Briefly define four ethical and/or legal issues related to counseling minors. Analyze the ethical and legal conflicts that arise with each issue. Be sure to cite the relevant ethical codes. Explain how you would address and resolve each of these conflicts.
What are two ethical/legal issues regarding counselor competence and child abuse reporting for counselors/psychologists while counseling minor children, and how would you resolve the issues..
Provide at lleast two ethical and/or legal issues related to counseling minors, and how you would address and resolve each?
Behavioral therapy-a question is presented focused on how to select a specific behvioral therapy for assessing emotionally-disturbed children.
The problem addressed in this description is how to solve psychological issues involving emotionally-disturbed children using a selected behavioral theory. For example, what strategies can be used to help client's cope with issues such as: family relationships, peer interaction, aggression in children, social skills, and academ
Descriptive Method Design (Statement of the Problem) Behavioral research question: creating hypothetical research study utilizing descriptive research methods for sexually abused children and pet therapy
-Create a statement of the problem (tells what the study is about and why we are doing it) for a hypothetical research study utilizing descriptive research methods for sexually abused children and pet therapy. The age group of the children participating in the study will be between 10-12 years old. There will be approximately 20
What are the effects of media violence on children?
How is it that some children begin to speak at a prodigiously early age whereas others may not say their first words until toddlerhood? Is the answer biological? Social? Cultural? For this Discussion, you will explore factors affecting language acquisition and development.
Children learn language in stages, like taking small steps. Is there is a certain specific pattern of language development that all children follow regardless of external circumstances? Is the process the same or different for children from different cultures?
Introduce a behavior plan to ensure safety of people in a homeless shelter against children with destructive behaviors.
We Care Shelter provides shelter and various services to help homeless parents with children. Many of the children have exhibited extreme behavior problems, including hitting, biting and destruction of property. The shelter understands that the children are likely to be upset by the homeless situation, but is seeking hope in ens
Can someone write something about children with mentally ill parents, and how one should react to this and not least how to help the child? I need about 1,5/2 pages of information about this subject. Thanks.
DBT is a relatively new therapy, used often in treating personality disorders like BPD. Please describe DBT? What are the therapy's elements, goals, etc.? What forms of treatment or modalities are used in DBT?
Can you tell me how using a placebo in treating some medical condition could help?
When it comes to raising our children are we causing undue harm to them by not setting rules or boundaries? To make a child a productive adult do we have to use schedules of reinforcement or is just telling or teaching through life lessons enough?
Feral children are children that have had very little (if any) human contact during their formative years. The result is devastating and far reaching. The idea and effects of this sort of abuse is considered so horrible that many people do not believe that feral children exist; or there are those that mock or give false informa
I UNDERSTAND THAT SOME PEOPLE THINK THAT MASTURBATION IS A NORMAL PART OF THE DEVELOPMENT PROCESS. WITH THIS PARTICULAR CIRCUMSTANCE THE CHILD IS MASTURBATING NUMEROUS TIMES DAILY. NOTE - THIS ONLY NEEDS TO BE APPROXIMATELY A TOTAL 250 WORDS OR LESS. The three categories of theories--Behaviorist, Social Learning, and Cogn
Working with children and young people - what problems do children present to psychological/medical services with?
What do children and young people usually present with when accessing psychological services? What Psychological problems are there in childhood and adolescence? What is the nature of child mental health problems? What is the Prevalence of children and young people's psychological problems? Including Autism, Asperger
What are the potential effects of divorce on children and how can one minimize the trauma to children in the event of a divorce?
What are the long-term effects of children growing up in 'risky' families? Discuss in detail or provide an article on the topic.
Early behavioral psychologists demonstrated it is easier to modify behavior when the expected behavior is rewarded. For example, you compliment your child for doing well in school, or you get coupons for your next purchase because you spent so much at the grocery store. Explain the benefits of using this type of behavior mo