Psych paper 3 pages

Freuds theory 

-prepare arguments to support each of these opinions 

a. Freuds theory is antiquated, and should no longer be taught in introduction to psychology classes

b.  Freuds theory is important to cover in introduction to psychology classes 

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I chose Disability and Sexuality this is the link http://topdocumentaryfilms.com/last-taboo/

There are a ton of links in this class to what I think, if I may say so, are pretty interesting.  You will find the links in every chapter.  There are movies, pictures, websites, all kinds of stuff.  Explore all of them before you choose.  Your assignment is to pick one – any one- and write an OPINION paper about it.

Note that the word OPINION is capitalized…on purpose.  I want to know what you think about it, love it or hate it doesn’t matter.  You will NOT be graded on your opinion, you will be graded on criteria listed in the rubric (see below). 

Your paper should be between 500-600 words (use wordcounter.net) and should be structured in the following format:

5 distinct paragraphs – intro(list which link you chose), 123 points, conclusion .  USE PARAGRAPH BREAKS between each paragraph. This is NOT texting!  Basically, your paper will be about WHY you chose what you chose.  Defend your opinion, citing specific examples (ex. what makes it interesting to you or list reasons why you think it is garbage – be nice…).  Make sure you identify which link you’re writing about in the opening paragraph.

What I DON’T want is a synopsis.  Don’t write me a paper on what you are watching or describe to me what is being presented.  Remember, I’ve seen them – I’m the one who put them there.  If you fail to follow this rule, I will send the paper back and you will have to write it again. 

This is not a hard assignment, it is meant for you to let me know who you are in this cold computer world.  I am in your corner and want you to succeed in this class – this isn’t an English class, so have some fun with it.  Psst. Hedwig and the Angry Inch is pretty incredible.  Neil Patrick Harris just played him on Broadway.  There are tons to choose from if this doesn’t appeal to you. 

 

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Topic 2: Social Cognition, Social Perception, and the Self

250 words for both APA/In text- citation current references that can be located.

     

Topic 2 DQ 1

In what ways do the typical attributions of people from collectivistic cultures differ from those of people from individualistic cultures? Why do these differences exist? Provide empirical evidence supporting your explanations.

  

Topic 2 DQ 2

Human beings often speculate as to the causes of others’ behavior. Explain how cognitive and motivational factors can cause people to be biased when making attributions. What are some of the social and individual consequences of the types of attributions they make?

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PCN-520 Module 5 DQ 2

Module 5 DQ 2

 

You are leading a group of adolescents referred because of school, behavior, and/or substance use. Describe an opening exercise and a trust-building exercise you might use with this group. Explain your choice.

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Discussion Question: Intelligence

Briefly explain what you believe intelligence is and if you believe it is something that you are born with or is it something you learn. Must be at least 100 words

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Pamphlet (Pro Dan)

I need someone to prepare a pamphlet that can be distributed at mental health clinics, public health centers, and physicians’ offices explaining the relationship between methamphetamine and mental health. Be sure to include the following in your pamphlet:
 

1. A definition of methamphetamines, their most common form and usages
2. How methamphetamines are abused 
Intoxication caused by methamphetamine use 
3. Long and short term effects of methamphetamine abuse
4. Symptoms and methods of withdrawal from methamphetamine use 
5. Psychiatric illnesses association with methamphetamine use 
6. Different ways disorders co-occur with methamphetamine (e.g., self-medications vs. meth-caused mental disorder)
7. Treatment options and prognoses for methamphetamine addiction.
 

References

Dean, A. C., Groman, S. M., Morales, A. M., & London, E. D. (2013). An evaluation of the evidence that methamphetamine abuse causes cognitive decline in humans. Neuropsychopharmacology : official publication of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology, 38(2), 259–274.
 

Kely Lapworth, Sharon Dawe, Penelope Davis, David Kavanagh, Ross Young, John Saunders. (2009). Impulsivity and positive psychotic symptoms influence hostility in methamphetamine users. Addictive Behaviors, 34(4), 380-385.
 

Ma J., Li X.-D., Wang T.-Y., Li S.-X., Meng S.-Q., Blow F.C., Ilgen M., Degenhardt L., Lappin J., Wu P., Shi J., Bao Y.-P., Lu L. ( 2018). Relationship between the duration of methamphetamine use and psychotic symptoms: A two-year prospective cohort study. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 187, 363-369.Ruth Salo, Keith Flower, Anousheh Kielstein, Martin H. Leamon, Thomas E. Nordahl, Gantt P. Galloway. (2011). Psychiatric comorbidity in methamphetamine dependence. Psychiatry Research, 186(2–3), 356-361.
 

Pilowsky, D. J., Wu, L. T., Burchett, B., Blazer, D. G., Woody, G. E., & Ling, W. (2011). Co-occurring amphetamine use and associated medical and psychiatric comorbidity among opioid-dependent adults: results from the Clinical Trials Network. Substance abuse and rehabilitation, 2, 133–144.  
 

Ruth Salo, Keith Flower, Anousheh Kielstein, Martin H. Leamon, Thomas E. Nordahl, Gantt P. Galloway. (2011). Psychiatric comorbidity in methamphetamine dependence. Psychiatry Research, 186(2), 356-361.
 

Tania Lecomte, Alexandre Dumais, Jules R. Dugré, Stéphane Potvin. (2018). The prevalence of substance-induced psychotic disorder in methamphetamine misusers: A meta-analysis, Psychiatry Research, 268, 189-192.

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Assignment 1: Creating Effective Goals

  Assignment 1: Creating Effective Goals

The simple act of setting goals for employees functions to increase their motivation (goal-setting theory). Goal-setting theory is generally accepted as the most valid and useful motivation theory in industrial/organizational (I/O) psychology, human resources management (HRM), and organizational behavior (OB). However, goals must be designed well to be most effective.

Using what you have learned in this module, augmented by research on goal-setting, respond to the following: Briefly describe your current or a past professional position and provide essential information about the organization—what is the industry, and what do they do? Indicate if the organization uses a goal-setting approach/process. Respond to the following: If yes, what levels of the organization are involved? Briefly describe the process. If no, do you believe a goal-setting approach would help? What levels of the organization do you think should be involved and why? Analyze or create your personal goals. If you have goals, critique them on the following areas: Are they effective or ineffective? What is good or bad about the goals and the associated process? What might be done differently? Why would the change be an improvement? If you do not have goals, create four goals for yourself keeping in mind that the goals should be position specific and cover a short time span (for example, three months). Also, describe: How will the goals benefit you? How will your goals benefit the organization?

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Follow Thorough Instructions In Attachment. The Topic Must Be "How Social Anxiety In Adults Affects The Adult Life"

APA Style three page essay

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Wk4 discussion 1

Resources for this week assignment  

Bowlby, J. (1982). Attachment (Vol. 1). New York, NY: Basic Books.
Chapter 11, “The Child’s Tie to His Mother: Attachment Behavior” (pp. 198–209)
Chapter 12, “Nature and Function of Attachment Behavior” (pp. 210–234)
Attachment and Loss, Vol. 1: Attachment, 3rd Edition by Bowlby, J. Copyright 1982 by Hachette Books Groups. Reprinted by permission of Hachette Books Groups via the Copyright Clearance Center.

Groh, A. M., Pasco Fearon, R. M., IJzendoorn, M. H. van, Bakermans-Kranenburg, M. J., & Roisman, G. I. (2017). Attachment in the early life course: Meta-analytic evidence for its role in socioemotional development. Child Development Perspectives, 11(1), 70–76. doi: 10.1111/cdep.12213
Attachment in the Early Life Course: Meta-Analytic Evidence for Its Role in Socioemotional Development by Groh, Ashley M.; Fearon, R. M. Pasco; IJzendoorn, Marinus H.; Bakermans‐Kranenburg, Marian J.; Roisman, Glenn I., in Child Development Perspectives, Vol. 0/Issue 0. Copyright 2016 by John Wiley & Sons – Journals. Reprinted by permission of John Wiley & Sons – Journals via the Copyright Clearance Center.

Keller, H. (2014). Introduction: Understanding relationships—What we would need to know to conceptualize attachment as the cultural solution of a universal developmental task. In H. Otto & H. Keller (Eds.), Different faces of attachment: Cultural variations on a universal human need (pp. 1–24). New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.
Different Faces of Attachment: Cultural Variations on a Universal Human Need, by Otto, H.; Keller, H. Copyright 2014 by Cambridge University Press. Reprinted by permission of Cambridge University Press via the Copyright Clearance Center.

Thompson, R. A. (2016). Early attachment and later development: Reframing the questions. In J. Cassidy & P. R. Shaver (Eds.), Handbook of attachment: Theory, research, and clinical applications (3rd ed., pp. 330–348). New York, NY: Guilford Press.
Handbook of Attachment: Theory, Research, and Clinical Applications, 3rd Edition by Cassidy, J.; Shaver, P. R. Copyright 2016 by Guilford Publications, Inc. Reprinted by permission of Guilford Publications, Inc. via the Copyright Clearance Center. Discussion Spark: Primary Caregiver Attachment

Discussion 1: Implications of Early Attachment for Later Relationship Quality

The fact that infants form an attachment to their primary caregivers during the first year of life is well established and understood in the field of human development. Not only has research consistently found evidence of this bond, but anyone who has spent time with parents and their babies can clearly see the special ways infants interact with their parents compared to the ways they interact with strangers. It is widely accepted that we have an inborn social nature that leads us through the attachment stages in the first year. This attachment occurs cross-culturally, although variations exist in the ways the attachment bond is expressed (e.g., kissing versus touching).

The salience of this initial bond in infancy has prompted an abundance of work among developmental psychologists to try to understand the implications of this initial attachment bond for social and emotional development and relationship success later on in life. In this area, however, the research is inconclusive and sometimes contradictory. Some research suggests that individuals who display a secure attachment in infancy are more socially and emotionally competent in adulthood. For example, one study found that the type of attachment in infancy predicted social competence at age 11 as rated by camp counselors (Elicker, Englund, & Sroufe, 1992). Another comprehensive study found that early secure attachment was linked with healthy emotional development, high levels of self-esteem, and social competence with romantic partners (Sroufe, Egeland, Carlson, & Collins, 2005). Other research has drawn different conclusions. For example, a study by Lewis (1997) found that insecurely attached infants did not necessarily have the same attachment classification at age 18. They explained that many intervening factors can arise to change one’s attachment classification, such as the experience of a parental divorce or an increase or change in the responsiveness of caregivers in childhood.

In this Discussion, you explore research that specifically describes the links between early attachment and relationship quality in adolescence and adulthood. You also look at specific intervening factors that have been found to help explain why attachment is not universally predictive of later relationship quality.

To Prepare: Select one type of relationship: adolescent peer relationship, romantic relationships in adulthood, child/parent relationships focusing on the adult’s attachment, or adult sibling relationships. Consider how an initial caregiver/infant attachment bond may impact these relationships later in life. By Day 3

Post the relationship you selected. Explain the implications of the early attachment bond for relationship dynamics in the relationship you selected. Identify at least two intervening factors that help explain why early attachment is not necessarily predictive of your chosen relationship. Provide evidence from the literature to support your arguments.

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Week 7: Crisis Flyer

 Violence and bullying is a big problem in schools today.  Develop a flyer that you might use to advertise a violence or bullying prevention program you might implement as a school counselor. You can use Powerpoint, Google slides, Adobe illustrator, or other software program you are comfortable with.   

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