Category Archives: Psychology

apply child development to conduct a systemic assessment of child and family relationships. Use the characters and situations in the film Inside Out with Riley being the main character, to talk openly about developmental factors

The purpose of this assignment is to apply child development to conduct a systemic assessment of child and family relationships. Use the characters and situations in the film Inside Out with Riley being the main character, to talk openly about developmental factors, individual and family development and transitions across the life span, family relationships, and your systemic assessment, without violating confidentiality or other ethical considerations. The assignment is to conduct a systemic assessment provide professional analysis and description of the family’s strengths and challenges, using the family depicted in the film, Inside Out. The focus of the paper should be on the family and their experiences as depicted in the film as part of the assessment, analysis, and discussion. The film depicts a family system with the main….

Explain methods for resolving ethical disagreements productively. Describe areas of one' ‌‌‌‍‍‌‍‌‌‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‌‍‍ s personal disagreement with professional standards.

Assessment Overview Imagine management at your future workplace tasks you with making a formal presentation to your team discussing a workplace ethical dilemma they might face. You consider an appropriate professional code of conduct, but only to the extent that it might offer useful guidance in this situation. The central task is to help everyone work together productively in resolving tricky issues. For this assessment, fulfill the management task and create an audio-visual presentation that applies a professional code of ethics to common workplace situations. Submit your work as a narrated visual presentation in the courseroom submission box. You may develop a series of annotated PowerPoint slides, for example, using Adobe Connect to record the audio portion of your work. If you are more familiar with other presentation….

Jason is a 38-year-old Jewish Caucasian male. He grew up on the east coast, and his entire family still lives there. He owns a successful law practice and specializes in commercial real estate property law.

Jason Jason is a 38-year-old Jewish Caucasian male. He grew up on the east coast, and his entire family still lives there. He owns a successful law practice and specializes in commercial real estate property law. Jason came to counseling reporting that he has been “feeling severely depressed.” In the first session, he shared feelings of loneliness, despair, and isolation, and he frequently cried. During the session, he shared that he works 60–80 hours a week, as work keeps him sane. Jason responded to questions about his social support system by saying he feels “respected in the Jewish community” and finds the weekly religious services to be “comforting and consoling.” After further inquiry about his close relationships and the possibility of intimacy in his life, Jason replied he….

Deidre is a 22-year-old African American and Latina female who was raised as an only child near New York City. At age 19, Deidre moved to Kansas to attend college

Deidre Deidre is a 22-year-old African American and Latina female who was raised as an only child near New York City. At age 19, Deidre moved to Kansas to attend college. She is currently a senior majoring in sociology and works part-time to pay for school and living expenses. Deidre was referred by her medical doctor who noted that she was anxious and tense, and suggested she see a counselor. Deidre says that although she does not identify with a religion, she has “dabbled in Buddhism” as a way to relax and find comfort. Deidre’s parents divorced when she was 9 and she lived primarily with her mom after the divorce. Deidre had a contentious relationship with her Latina mother, who was “moody” and emotionally unpredictable and tended….

Mike is a 16-year-old Asian American male who lives in Virginia with his parents and two sisters (Abby, 18, and Leesa, 20). Mike’s dad brought him to counseling after discovering that Mike was dressing in women’s clothes

Mike Mike is a 16-year-old Asian American male who lives in Virginia with his parents and two sisters (Abby, 18, and Leesa, 20). Mike’s dad brought him to counseling after discovering that Mike was dressing in women’s clothes. Mike’s dad’s goal for counseling is for Mike to “stop dressing up like a girl and begin to act like a man.” Mike presents as meek and quiet-spoken. He rarely speaks unless spoken to and his responses are concise yet thorough. Mike has never felt comfortable with his physical body and began dressing in his sister’s clothes when he was 4 years old. He has been secretly cross-dressing in his room for 12 years. He reports that he feels “relaxed and happy” when he is wearing girl’s clothes but hid….

Dale is a 52-year-old White man who works as a prison guard in Arizona and was referred to counseling because he has had multiple verbal and physical altercations at work with inmates

Dale Dale is a 52-year-old White man who works as a prison guard in Arizona and was referred to counseling because he has had multiple verbal and physical altercations at work with inmates. In the past month, Dale has been involved in two physical altercations with prisoners, both of which were caused by Dale calling prisoners by racist names. Based on his work behavior, his supervisor referred him to counseling as a condition of his continued employment. Dale does not want to be in counseling, as he does not think that he needs to change anything, but he has attended the first session in order to maintain his employment. Dale was a police officer for 18 years and was terminated from the police force due to racial profiling….

Define and describe the glass ceiling. Summarize the reports/research results of the glass ceiling’s impact on women.

Have you faced barriers similar to those described or observed others’ experiences with any of these barriers? Give an example to illustrate. Week Five Lecture This week our focus is on two chapters; Psychodynamic Approach and Women in Leadership. Chapter 13 Let’s start out by defining what the psychodynamic approach is. According to McLeod (2007), psychodynamic approach includes “all the theories in psychology that see human functioning based upon the interaction of drives and forces within the person, particularly unconscious, and between the different structures of the personality” (para. 1). Another definition would be that “it focuses on the personality of the leader and of followers, the psychodynamic approach ultimately is a way to look at the relationship between a leader and followers” (Northouse, 2013, p. 320-321). There….

Throughout this program of study, the importance of professional networking for further developing your I/O career has been emphasized.

An important tool in your professional networking toolbox is your elevator story. An elevator story is a short, well-prepared, and polished description of what it is that you do as an I/O professional. If you were in an elevator riding to the twentieth floor of a building and someone also riding on the elevator were to ask you, “So, what do you do?” What would your response be? That is your elevator story. A very concise (you have to finish it before the elevator reaches the twentieth floor), yet detailed descriptive of how you envision your specific role as an I/O professional. It has to be worded in such a way as to be easily understood by someone who doesn’t know anything about I/O Psychology. A well-crafted and….

Compare and contrast the learning theories of Pavlov (Classical conditioning) and that of Skinner (Operant conditioning)

Do these theories have relevance to consumer buyer behaviour in today’s developed, connected world? Making reference to a product of your choice critically evaluate the usefulness to marketing managers of these two theories when planning new product development in consumer markets. (50 marks)   Answer outline:

Cover page Table of Contents Introduction – learning theories past and present; contribution to learning of consumer behaviour; application Learning theories: Connectionist: Classical conditioning, Operant conditioning Insight Learning: Kohler Latent learning: Tolman Pavlov – classical conditioning (detail) – diagrams theory; referenced Skinner – operant conditioning (detail) – diagrams, theory; referenced Comparison of the two theories (table) Classical conditioning Operant conditioning             Relevance to consumer behaviour in general (no specific company) Relevance to chosen company for planning NPD….

You will select a celebrity, a case study, or someone you know who exhibits one of the mental disorders presented in the course

Case Study Essay Analysis Paper You will select a celebrity, a case study, or someone you know who exhibits one of the mental disorders presented in the course. You may also choose a movie Character. Ask the question “How does this person exhibit symptoms or behaviors that represent abnormal behavior? Write an analysis essay paper of the character including a description of symptoms.  Using examples, the student will describe, justify and support the analysis and scope of the disorder presented by the character. Use of the DSM 5 for symptoms should be included.  The DSM 5 symptoms are in Textbook and in Canvas. This must be an original paper written in your own writing style and matching your weekly Discussion Board posts. Include and Bold Type these Topic Headings in your paper:  Introduction (describe the case and the character); Diagnosis – include….