Trannsdiagnostic 

The value of a trans diagnostic approach to treating multiple mental health disorders with similar underlying beliefs attached. small focus on bulimia and some focus on how it relates to attachment theory

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Myers-Briggs Interactive

For this assignment, you will determine your Myers-Briggs personality type. Go to the HumanMetrics website and take the Myers-Briggs Personality Indicator test. Do not spend too much time thinking about your answers for each question.   After completing the assessment and reading through the description of your personality type, compose a 2-page paper on your reaction/reflection to the personality type indicated. The paper does not need to be APA formatted, but does need to be grammatically correct, clear, and also contain your 4-letter personality type (e.g. ESFJ). Submit this assignment as a Word document with 1″ margins.   Refer to the grading rubric provided to review how your instructor will assess your assignment.

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Case Study in Psychology

Already in preschool, Matilda excelled/made herself noticed.? W?hen the other children played with each other, she withdrew.? O?ften stood some distance away and watched the others.? In that way, she attracted attention. The other children could then see that she was fat and heavy.? ?Sometimes she could hear them calling her “fat Mathilda”.? ?She was always sad but said nothing back. When Mathilda started school, the problems started in earnest. There was a boy in the class, Jens, who constantly teased her.? J?ens was a bit of a leader for his classmates and the other students began to follow his example.? M?atilda, who was used to being exposed, showed nothing to the outside world, but inside she suffered and many evenings when she went to bed the tears came. Over time, the rudeness increased and Jens and his friends could sometimes push her.? O?ne time she fell and got a bruise on one arm.? ?When her parents asked what had happened, she said that she had fallen and hit a rock, but did not mention how it happened. When the whole thing was repeated a month later, the parents sensed trouble and asked Mathilda to tell them what had really happened. At first she blamed on her own clumsiness but eventually it broke for her and she told by crying about the tormenting spirits that exposed her. The parents contacted the school and wanted the teachers to address the situation. Jens and his friends were summoned for questioning by the headmaster, but they declared themselves completely innocent and no adult had seen what had happened. Everything went back to normal and the boredom just kept going and going. One day Mathilda refused to go to the school and the parents, who were now really upset, demanded that the school take action. a) How can Matilda, according to the social psychological perspective, be influenced/affected and shaped by her experiences in preschool and school? Concepts that are suitable / important to use and explain in the answer: – Identity – the individual’s innermost core and unique characteristics -self-image – the individual’s image of himself and his identity -self-confidence – the individual’s belief in his own ability -self-esteem – the individual’s assessment and self-worth norms socialization role b) How can Jens, according to the social psychological perspective, be influenced and shaped by his experiences in preschool and school? Keywords that are suitable to use and explain in the answer: identity – the individual’s innermost core and unique characteristics self-image – the individual’s image of himself and his identity self-confidence – the individual’s belief in his own ability self-esteem – the individual’s assessment and self-worth norms socialization role value leader c) From the social psychological perspective, how come that the other children in the class followed Jen’s example? Keywords that are suitable to use and explain in the answer: identity – the individual’s innermost core and unique characteristics self-image – the individual’s image of himself and his identity self-confidence – the individual’s belief in his own ability self-esteem – the individual’s assessment and self-worth norms values role leader attitude stereotypes conformity spectator effect group dynamics d) Are the children in the case description victims or perpetrators? Motivate your answer! In order to get an A you should: You use several relevant social psychological concepts and give examples and describe in detail and nuanced how Matilda is affected and shaped by her experiences in preschool and school. You use several relevant social psychological concepts and give examples and describe in detail and in a nuanced way how Jens is affected and shaped by his experiences at school. You use several relevant social psychological concepts and give examples and describe in detail and nuanced several reasons why the children in the class followed Jens’ example. You briefly describe whether the children in the case description are victims or perpetrators and why you consider it. You give examples and describe in detail whether the children in the case description are victims or perpetrators and why you consider it. Please do not use advanced language.

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Childhood Obesity in Depth

For this assignment, you will explore the topic of childhood obesity in depth. By using information covered in the first four chapters of your book and additional peer-reviewed sources, you will be able to understand how childhood obesity became a problem in the United States, and some of the issues (i.e., social, financial, educational) that exacerbate this issue. You will also explore ways in which local, state, and federal agencies can help resolve this epidemic. Paper Assignment Guidelines The goal of the four paper assignments you will write this semester is to strengthen your library skills, critical thinking and analytical skills, and knowledge of the key issues within the developmental psychology literature. Responses to each paper assignment should not be based on your opinion but based on the information in your textbook and peer-reviewed research. Each paper assignment should be 4 pages long, double-spaced, 12-point Times New Roman Font and in APA Format (abstract is not necessary). Up to 10 additional points will be deducted from papers that are not in APA formatting and/or have grammatical errors that affect readability.  In addition to any sources that are provided within the paper assignment, for each assignment you will be responsible for finding three additional peer-reviewed sources to help you develop and support your response. When writing your paper assignments, please remember that your point of view should be informed and supported by peer-reviewed research. To receive credit for your work please provide a reference page in APA format for all the sources you used in your paper assignment. The reference page does not count toward the page requirement for paper assignments. To assist you in writing your paper assignments, please review the ‘Paper Assignment Help’ pdf file on Canvas and the grading rubric that is posted on Canvas and found at the end of the instructions for each paper assignment (the rubric is the same for all paper assignments). Note: All paper assignments that you complete in this course will be processed using the anti-plagiarism software, UniCheck. This software is integrated with Canvas and will give you a similarity score for your assignments that will be visible to both you and your professor. If there are instances where your writing is similar to, or matches against, a source within the database, it will be flag for your professor to review. Any work that is submitted that has a similarity score over 25% will not be graded and will receive a zero. You can see your similarity score as soon as you submit your assignment. In the event that your similarity score is too high, you may revise your document and resubmit your assignment up until the assignment is due.

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Current Issues in Psychogy

This research paper is for a paper for the class Current Issues in Psychology. Please propose a thesis statement to me and then we can go from there. To give you an idea, the one I started had the thesis: The human brain uses religion and mythology in order to enhance psychological well-being. I didn’t get a perfect score for this I got a 90% so something better than this is needed.  The THESIS MUST:  The statement must be clear and concise, not overly general     The statement must be falsifiable and debatable       The statement must pertain to one of the areas of psychology explored in this course         The statement must be written in proper grammar and syntax Please be sure that you have an introductory paragraph that introduces the topic with your thesis statement. Make sure that your thesis statement stands out in the introduction.   In the body of the paper, use at least 15 peer-reviewed, primary source articles to support your argument. The paper must be at least 10 pages (double-spaced, 12-point font) in length (including the title, abstract and reference pages). There must be at least 15 recent (preferably no more than 10 years old) references from peer-reviewed journals (use only primary sources). The body of the paper should support your thesis statement.   Finally, please include a summary/concluding paragraph(s) that discuss whether you’ve supported your hypothesis, and briefly why.   You also must not only review the literature; you must focus on a particular perspective in psychology and trace it to its philosophical origins.  For example, you could discuss some current research supporting the evolutionary psychological perspective and then trace this perspective back to its philosophical roots.  The paper will account for 30% of the final grade.

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Adolescent Emotional and Cognitive Development

For Paper Assignment #2, you will explore how adolescent emotional and cognitive development should be use to influence public policy, if we should distinguish emotional from cognitive development, or if a certain view of adolescent development (i.e., Fischer vs Steinberg) is better for informing public policy. You should be using information in your textbook as well as peer-review journal articles to support your point of view. Paper Assignment Guidelines The goal of the four paper assignments you will write this semester is to strengthen your library skills, critical thinking and analytical skills, and knowledge of the key issues within the developmental psychology literature. Responses to each paper assignment should not be based on your opinion but based on the information in your textbook and peer-reviewed research. Each paper assignment should be 4 pages long, double-spaced, 12-point Times New Roman Font and in APA Format (abstract is not necessary). Up to 10 additional points will be deducted from papers that are not in APA formatting and/or have grammatical errors that affect readability.  In addition to any sources that are provided within the paper assignment, for each assignment you will be responsible for finding three additional peer-reviewed sources to help you develop and support your response. When writing your paper assignments, please remember that your point of view should be informed and supported by peer-reviewed research. To receive credit for your work please provide a reference page in APA format for all the sources you used in your paper assignment. The reference page does not count toward the page requirement for paper assignments. To assist you in writing your paper assignments, please review the ‘Paper Assignment Help’ pdf file on Canvas and the grading rubric that is posted on Canvas and found at the end of the instructions for each paper assignment (the rubric is the same for all paper assignments). Note: All paper assignments that you complete in this course will be processed using the anti-plagiarism software, UniCheck. This software is integrated with Canvas and will give you a similarity score for your assignments that will be visible to both you and your professor. If there are instances where your writing is similar to, or matches against, a source within the database, it will be flag for your professor to review. Any work that is submitted that has a similarity score over 25% will not be graded and will receive a zero. You can see your similarity score as soon as you submit your assignment. In the event that your similarity score is too high, you may revise your document and resubmit your assignment up until the assignment is du

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Opinion Paper

Opinion Paper: (APA style 6th ed., 6 to 8 pages with 8+ scholarly reference) In its “Just Think” prompts, your text asks questions of the reader in each chapter.  Choose one of these “Just Think” prompts and craft an Opinion Paper (6-8 pp.).  Make sure both/all sides of the argument are addressed, concluding with your evidence-based, informed opinion.  Eight or more scholarly references are required.  Late papers will not be accepted. “Just Think” prompt to use: From your own personal experience, what is a non-obvious predictor of GPA that is probably not correlated with time spent studying?  Important points: Papers MUST be submitted in a Word .doc/.docx format.  No exceptions. Paper should be in APA 6th edition style (resource: google “Purdue OWL APA 6th edition) Include a Title Page, an Abstract, the Body of your paper, & a Reference page.  Page count (6 to 8 pages) applies only to the body. Underline your Thesis Statement.  (resource:  google “Thesis Generator” and use one of the search results) Do NOT include the textbook in your paper or on your Reference page.  Conduct your own research. Use college grammar, syntax, vocabulary, critical thought, and analysis. Use 3rd person voice.  Omit any inclusion of, “It is my opinion…,” “I believe…,” or “I think…”  Those are assumed as you are the writer of the paper.  Referencing your resources as evidence of a position is appropriate construction for a college student.

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stress/Psychology

This is a written response to our psychology instructor and class mates. Then answer each question in the prompt with a full paragraph. 1. What are examples of situations that give you trouble? Given an example of one you can handle easily. 2. What are your attitudes about expressing yourself? For example, in what situations to you have a “right” to be assertive? Why or why not? 3. What obstacles are in the way of your assertions? For example, are you frightened of the consequences, or do other people in your life make being assertive especially difficult? Who? 4. Are you behavior skills (eye contact, facial expression, body posture) intact? Can you be expressive when you need to? 5. Give an example of a time you wished you had been more assertive than you were. 6. Give an example of a time you wished you had been less assertive. 7. Question to the next student:

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Anorexia Nervosa

How do the sociocultural and family systems perspectives differ on how they understand the causes of anorexia nervosa? Use in-text citations in APA style.

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Substance-Related Disorders

Identify causes and treatments for substance-related disorders. Use in-text citations in APA style.

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