There are several theories about motivation and several about emotion.
For this assignment, complete the following:
Choose one theory for each and briefly describe the perspective.
Why do you think these are the best explanations for the complex phenomena of motivation and emotion?
Include examples of specific behaviors that each theory explains.
Final Paper Annotated Bibliography Instructions
For this assignment, please refer to the Final Paper Rubric for information about the paper due at the end of the course. The purpose of this assignment is to deliver a reference list and brief summary of sources you will use in your final paper.
Create a rough draft of your reference list in APA format, including the sources you plan to use in your final paper.
For each source, write a brief paragraph summarizing the source and how you plan to use it in your paper.
Review the Annotated Bibliography Rubric for assessment criteria prior to submitting.
Please view attachment for specific instructions
The assignment will consist of a case analysis. For the case analysis you will be asked to provide a diagnosis, framed against diagnostic possibilities. Your goal – to insightfully, and comprehensively address key details presented in the case.
Students will be completing a three-part discussion paper. Papers should outline a behavioral strategy and how it is implemented, discuss a risk/benefit analysis of using that strategy, and review the ethical considerations in using that strategy. Papers must be at least five (5) pages in length, typed, double-spaced, 12pt font, written in APA format, and contain at least three (3) professional references. One of the three references should include a journal article on the intervention to support ethical considerations.
Summary of Intervention
Select From the Following Interventions:
Functional Communication Training
Discrete Trial Training (DTT)
Provide a Summary of the intervention (be sure to cite your sources).
Identify and describe one dimension of ABA (from the list of 7 dimensions). Be sure to include the importance of the dimension and how it applies to your intervention.
Conduct a Risk Benefit Analysis (See Bailey & Buch Page 221)
What are some risks of the behavioral intervention?
What are some generalized risks of any behavioral intervention?
What are the benefits of the behavioral intervention?
Provide summary of risk vs. benefit (for discussion with client)
Identify, Define and Rank by Priority 2-3 Applicable Ethics Codes that apply to the behavioral intervention.
Describe how the following Ethical Principals should be used to guide decision making related to the behavioral intervention.
A principal of your choice
Prepare a 10- to 12-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation that illustrates how people create growth and find meaning out of trauma and suffering.
Create a mock case study of a client who is a survivor of a traumatic event, who has overcome the experience, and who is now demonstrating resilience and overall well-being.
Include and discuss the following concepts:
Introduce the concept of resilience.
Describe the event the client experienced.
Discuss how the client interpreted and overcame the event.
Discuss the post-traumatic growth the client experienced.
Explain the role of resilience in protecting well-being.
Cite at least 2 references from scholarly, peer-reviewed sources.
Format any citations and references according to APA guidelines.
Submit your assignment.
Describe four potential environmental influences on health in the early childhood period of development.
How do components (pick 3 or 4) such as culture, nutrition, substances,brain plasticity,parenting, attachment, bonding, education, low-SES homelessness ect. contribute to development of a child?
Describe some of the disparities in the U.S (such as our health care system education system, intervention models) and their effects on child health, safety, and development. Consider elements such as:
country / state
Be sure to include:
theory to support concepts – review different theories
critical thinking – be sure to offer some of your own perspectives
examples – of things that can happen to a developing child
research – any research that is discussed in the book
evidence from our readings
I am studying applied psychology, specialising in work and organisational psychology. This is my dissertation, it’s about how people experience the end of their careers. The idea is that I do research into how people experience their retirement. I should actually interview 7 people who have either been retired for 5 years or will retire within 5 years. You can make up the research if you want, it just needs to be a decent research paper that I can pass. Once I have received it, I will adapt some things to Belgian standards.
Attached you can find the description of research proposal. All the information you need is in this document.
Thank you so much already!
Think about a time in your life when you have experienced, witnessed, or heard about (from a reliable source) another person’s prejudiced attitude or discriminatory behavior toward a particular person or group. What factors in the formation of attitudes do you believe may have led to the person’s prejudice? What efforts do you make in your own life to recognize and mitigate prejudice or discriminatory behavior? Is this always an easy thing to do for you? Why, or why not?
Your journal entry must be at least 200 words in length. No references or citations are necessary.
The goal for this assignment is to develop a deeper understanding of the end-of-life issues for the aging and elderly. By allowing your interviewee to reflect on important life events, you will be able to understand the context surrounding their life experiences.
For this assignment: Find a person above the age of 65 to interview. They may be related to you. The interview will be semi-structured: most questions are provided for you, but you also will ask follow-up questions after each of the required questions in order to gain a detailed understanding of your interviewee’s experiences. You also will write two formal questions of your own. For these questions, consider the different generational themes from the generation age of your interviewee. What large world events have they lived through? What kind of support system or family do they have? What end-of-life themes and theories do you see in their answers? Write out your two original questions before conducting your interview.
Required Interview Questions
Read these questions carefully before conducting your interview. Make sure you understand the substance of each question: you must be prepared to paraphrase each question and provide examples as needed in order to communicate effectively with your interviewee. Remember to ask follow-up questions as necessary.
Please tell me about your childhood, family and school life.
Do you consider yourself old? At what age did you notice that you were getting older?
What generation do you fall under (e.g. World War II, Post-War, Boomers)? What similarities and differences do you share with others in your same generation?
What is the most important historical event or period of time that you have lived through? How did it influence you personally?
What is the biggest change you have seen in how people conduct their everyday lives?
What have been the best years of your life so far? What are your plans for the future?
How are young people today different from when you were their age?
Have you ever experienced any negative attitudes or discrimination because of your age?
Question prepared by Interviewer/Student.
Question prepared by Interviewer/Student.
Your report must include the following parts:
The person you interviewed: Please do NOT include the name of your interviewee in your assignment. (You may use a pseudonym for him/her.) Report gender, approximate age, home culture, and relation to you, etc. Provide a description of the individual you interviewed while keeping his or her name confidential.
Setting: Describe the time, location, and environment in which the interview occurred.
Transcript/summary of your interview: You are expected to have a voice recorder and notebook/pen with you during the interview. Ask your interviewee whether she or he will allow you to record the interview.
Scenario 1: If you have permission, record the whole interview. Then transcribe the whole interview word for word. Your transcript of the interview will be Part III of your report. If you are using this option, please begin this part with a statement to the effect that you have your interviewee’s permission to record the interview and this is an exact transcript of the interview recording.
Scenario 2: If you do NOT have permission for voice recording, you shall respect your interviewee’s choice. Then politely ask 1) whether he or she would allow you to take notes during the interview, 2) whether he or she would go over your notes with you at the end of the interview to make sure what you wrote down is exactly what he or she wanted to express. If the answer is “yes” to both of these questions, you can start the interview and take notes. (If the answer to any of the questions is “no,” then you’ll need to find someone else to interview.) Review the notes with your interviewee to make sure what you wrote down is what your interviewee wants to express. Instead of a transcript, Part III of your paper will include each question you asked and a summary of your interviewee’s responses. Begin the section by stating that you have your interviewee’s permission to take notes. Then present the questions in the order you asked them.
Reflection: Relate the information you gained from the interview to your own experience and the material we have covered in the course so far. Answer these two questions in detail (at least one full paragraph for each question):
Using course concepts and theories, how would you interpret this interview? What have you learned about the effects of aging on individuals and families? Make sure you include citations for the concepts/theories you use. Use at least two theories.
Thinking about the overall experience of having conducted this interview, what have you learned personally? Which of your interviewee’s responses do you find most significant, and why?
NOTE: Failure to include correct citations will result in a lower grade (see link to rubric below) and may be considered academic dishonesty. This applies to textbook material and class notes. When describing a theory, research finding, or trend, translate the ideas into your own words. Explain how you understand the theory. Do not simply copy from class notes, the textbook, or another source. If you use a direct quotation, place it in quotation marks. Whether you use a direct quotation or paraphrase, you must cite the source for each idea you use (e.g. Santrock, 2014, p. 213 OR Class Notes, 11/12/14) and include that source in your paper’s references.
References: List your references, even if you use only the textbook. Use APA format. Please make sure you use APA formatting for your reference page, as well as in-text citations.
What variances come into play when solving the same exact problem? How do two people working on the same exact problem arrive at two different resolutions?
Please reference this book:
McBride, Dawn. (2019). Cognitive Psychology. 2nd ed. Sage Publications, Inc. ISBN-10: 1-5063-8386-6 or ISBN-13: 978-1-5063-8386-6