1). What do you and your group think the independent variable(s) are here? Make sure to first define what an independent variable is, then note how many independent variables you think there are and how many levels you think there are for the independent variable.2). What do you and your group think the dependent variable(s) are here? Make sure to first define what a dependent variable is, then note how many DVs you think there are.3). In general, what do you think the study is about? That is, try to guess what the authors are predicting.4). Write down a more specific hypothesis for this study, using an “If A then B” format.
2 . Treatment at the individual levelPracticing new skills and introspectionTaking risks and practicing new skills A. If a therapist
2 . Treatment at the individual levelPracticing new skills and introspectionTaking risks and practicing new skills A. If a therapist working with a client with alcohol dependence has the client learn and practice different ways of refusing alcohol in social settings and encourages him or her to attend small social gatherings in which alcohol is present, which two active ingredients does the therapist appear to be promoting?Gaining insight and taking risksSelf-exploration and self-controlB. In which of the following scenarios is the placebo effect least likely to enhance treatment effectiveness?A client goes into therapy believing the therapist will completely cure him or her.A client goes into therapy expecting positive results.A client goes into therapy believing that he or she needs medication, not therapy.A client goes into therapy with no expectations and an open mind.C. With prescriptive treatment, two people who have the same mental disorder will ………….. receive the same type of treatment.Choices: Always Not Always Never
1. Although Shari has an active social life, she often feels lonely and empty on the inside. While she is
1. Although Shari has an active social life, she often feels lonely and empty on the inside. While she is often regarded as the “life of the party”, she complains that her relationships only go “skin deep”. She longs for authentic connections in which she can love and be loved, but has difficulty moving beyond the “superficial interactions” that characterize her relationships, leaving her feeling secluded and alone. Which stage of Erikson’s theory is Shari struggling to resolve?
quiz11111answer all explaining why Indigenous people in Australia are still disadvantaged with regard to health/ community services. In the paper,
quiz11111answer all explaining why Indigenous people in Australia are still disadvantaged with regard to health/ community services. In the paper, consider a number of cultural issues that impact on acceptance of health and community services—in terms of both historical and contemporary issues in the context of the work you do, or will do.Then develop, record and explain the strategies that you would follow to engage indigenous communities, elders and individuals in the development and evaluating of service provision. Explain the consultation and negotiation procedures that you would enter into to identify cultural safety requirement and to develop appropriate strategies.Make a list of the resources that might be required in order to address these issues and explain how the resources you have listed would best be appropriated.Why is it necessary to ensure greater accountability on the part of funding bodies, government agencies and health/ community providers?Explain also how:awareness of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history and cultures can be incorporated into work practicesawareness of how your own cultural realities might impact on your work practicesworkers can develop effective and respectful communication, consultation and negotiation procedures with members of diverse Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoplepeople can reflect cultural safety in workplace and professional relationshipsworking in partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communitiesservice providers can take cultural issues (including the focus on self-determination) into consideration and increase participation in servicesIndigenous people can be encouraged to participate in evaluating services and negotiating their needs regarding desired outcomesexplain all the points(CHCDIV002 – PROMOTE ABORIGINAL AND/OR TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER CULTURAL SAFETY- name of my course)Question:The Social, Political, and Safety EnvironmentsPick one of the questions to answer. Copy the question in the answer for reference. Make sure to provide credible supporting evidence for your conclusions and recommendations. 1. Other than AARP, discuss one public interest group, aging service, or professional organization that you believe has or can have the most influence on political decisions related to LTC? Why do you believe this?2. Research one public interest group and one professional organization that focus on LTC issues. Determine the three highest-ranking issues on their political agendas. Are their focus areas similar?3. Laws regulating skilled nursing facilities and assisted living facilities vary by state. However, most states’ regulations address emergency and disaster preparedness, fire safety, staff training, medication management, resident privacy, and background checks. Choose two states and research their statutes and regulations regarding LTC facilities. What do the regulations in these states say about one of these issues? Where do you see the greatest differences in regulations? To what do you attribute this?4. In recent years, we have witnessed unprecedented shifts in societal values, some of which can offer challenges to organizational operations. Watch Gray Gays: Aging as an LGBT adult (5:56). What are two unique challenges facing the elderly GLBT population? How can the typical nursing home or assisted living facility address the unique needs of this population?5. Select one of the following ethical and legal issues in long term care and comment on the challenges inherent for long term care administrators in effectively responding to them. Select one topic for a residential setting (i.e., assisted living or nursing home) and select a different topic for home and community based care. How can an ethics committee can help a LTC administrator effectively deal with these issues?a. Discriminationb. Abusec. Privacyd. Malpracticee. Wrongful Terminationf. Patient Rightsg. Informed consenth. Advanced DirectivesQuestion:The healing of America: A global quest for better, cheaper, and fairer health care.US. Penguin BooksDescribe your own reaction to the book. Was the book satisfying? Did it hold your interest? Answer the question: Did this book actually accomplish what it was supposed to?Provide your recommendation. Would you recommend this book to other readers? Why or why not?If you could pick a health care system for our country, would you keep what we have or model our health care system after another country? If so, which country and why? Which aspects of the health care system do you think would be most popular? Which aspects would be least popular?The book states that many countries pay the full cost of training doctors. Do you think that is a good idea? Why or why not? How likely is it that this could happen in the US? How would you convince politicians and the American public that this is a good idea? How would the government pay for this?
Last summer, while he was picking grapes, a wasp bit Carl on his left hand. Now, every time he drinks
Last summer, while he was picking grapes, a wasp bit Carl on his left hand. Now, every time he drinks wine he feels itchy. This feeling is happening becauseof spontaneous recoveryimitation via social learninghe was conditioned and now he displays a conditioned response.delayed reinforcementpositive punishmenthe was conditioned and now he displays a typical operant behavior
Hello, Could you please help me to answer these questions and please put the number of questions when you answer
Psychology Assignment Writing ServiceHello, Could you please help me to answer these questions and please put the number of questions when you answer please. Thank you in advance. Module: Developmental Pillar: Learning, Lifespan Development, Language We are consistently presented with claims about human behavior and mental processes on a near daily basis. It is important that we begin to develop skills required to critically evaluate these claims. These critical thinking skills will help us understand what we are being asked to believe, evaluate the evidence supporting claims, and assist us in deciding whether we want to base our own judgements on these claims. Below you will find two claims related to it. Select one and proceed with completing the evidence worksheet. Claim 5: Children raised in similar ways have similar personalities. -OR- Claim 6: Too much sugar causes hyperactivity in children. Choose ONE of the Claims above to evaluate. Which type of claim is it: Frequency, Association, or Causal? EXPLAIN your answer. Search for and read ONE primary source of evidence related to this claim (i.e., a peer-reviewed scientific journal article written by the researchers themselves). If you begin with a media article or other non-scientific website (secondary source), find the original research journal article described in the secondary source. You could begin with a simple Google search of the question related to the claim.1-WHERE did you find evidence? Provide the researcher’s name, year of publications, and weblink or for the article or the abstract you evaluated. 2-WHAT did the evidence say? Briefly describe the researcher’s methods and conclusions. If you do not have access to the full article, briefly describe the Abstract for the article, by own words. 3-What TYPE of evidence was it? List only the types of evidence the researcher produced. Case study Survey Correlational study Quasi-experimental study Longitudinal study Controlled Experimental study Systematic review or meta-analysis of many studies 4-Evaluate whether the types of methods used in the study (descriptive, correlational, or experimental) appropriately matched the type of claim (frequency, association, or causal). 5-RATE the strength of the evidence on a scale of 1-10 (with 10 being the strongest), and EXPLAIN why you gave that rating.
1) What practical implications can you think of for cancer survivors having reduced fatigue interference? What might this reduction look
1) What practical implications can you think of for cancer survivors having reduced fatigue interference? What might this reduction look like in their daily lives? What psychological or social factors may (hypothetically) be affected by this reduction in fatigue interference? 2) Name one idea for a future study design that would build off of this study’s findings in order to increase our understanding of how MBSR helps cancer survivors thrive.
Multiple choice please answer quick 1- Shruti is from California, but has relatives who live in Minnesota. Shruti has only
Multiple choice please answer quick 1- Shruti is from California, but has relatives who live in Minnesota. Shruti has only seen snow when visiting her relatives in Minnesota and does not like snow. When we ask her to share some stories about good times with her relatives, she only talks about times when they visited California. Shruti seems to have aGroup of answer choicesNone of the answers are correct.negative association with snow and Minnesota.negative association with her relatives and California.negative association with her relatives and Minnesota.2- You get in your car, but you don’t buckle your seat belt, so your car makes an annoying beeping noise. You finally buckle your seat belt so that the beeping noise will stop. This is an example ofGroup of answer choicesnegative punishment.positive reinforcement.negative reinforcement.positive punishment.3- You notice that every time your friend uses a dish, she will leave the dish at the kitchen table. You want her to clean up after herself. You know she likes ice cream, so every time she puts away a dish you will offer her ice cream. This is an example ofGroup of answer choicespositive punishment.positive reinforcementnegative reinforcement.negative punishment.4- Wes takes a European history class in the fall and he really enjoys the class. In the spring, he is required to take a Russian history class. Even though it is a required class, he is excited take the class. This is an example of Group of answer choicesstimulus generalization.extinction.stimulus discrimination.spontaneous recovery.5- Your mother offers to pay you $10 dollars for every A you get on your report card, $5 for every B, and nothing for a C, D, or F. This is an example of your mother usingGroup of answer choicespositive punishment.negative reinforcement.a secondary reinforcer.a primary reinforcer.6- Which of the following is an example of modeling?Group of answer choicesPainting an original piece of art.Imitating the instructor at a salsa dance class.Drawing a map for someone.A child says her first sentence.7- Jordan likes to watch the professional basketball playoffs, but not the college basketball playoffs. This is an example ofGroup of answer choicesextinction.stimulus discrimination.stimulus generalization.spontaneous recovery.
Please answer these questions.Thanks!5)One key component to forgiveness is the ability to take the other person’s perspective. How does the
Please answer these questions.Thanks!5)One key component to forgiveness is the ability to take the other person’s perspective. How does the woman in the video doing that? (2pts)The link for this assignment are :https://greatergood.berkeley.edu/article/item/the_new_science_of_forgiveness/https://www.npr.org/2015/05/24/409286734/its-for-you-to-know-that-you-forgive-says-holocaust-survivor?sc=17
-What impression do (did, if you read this book already) you have of Malcolm from the author’s observations and
-What impression do (did, if you read this book already) you have of Malcolm from the author’s observations and memories? -Write down two of the most exciting statements, or passages in full that you read and (2)explain what it means to you in your own words, and (2) why it matters to your understanding.
Which of the different skills described and demonstrated by Jacobs et al. and Corey et al. do you feel would
Which of the different skills described and demonstrated by Jacobs et al. and Corey et al. do you feel would be the easiest and the hardest, respectively, for you to incorporate into your own leadership style and why? Develop your discussion and replies by reflecting on perspectives of how leaders emerge and use different styles, as well as how obedience, power, and status influence leaders and group members, as presented by Forsyth.
-What kinds of questions do social psychologists attempt to answer and in what ways might they be uniquely situated
-What kinds of questions do social psychologists attempt to answer and in what ways might they be uniquely situated to answer those questions? What are some of the methods they use? Make sure to give examples. -What are the advantages and primary disadvantages of doing correlational research rather than experiments? Give an example of two variables that are probably negatively correlated with each other. Explain why. Why might correlational methods be used more in social psychology than in other areas of psychology? -In recent years psychology and social psychology in particular have been plagued with what we refer to a the “replication crisis”. What are at least 3 explanations for this crisis? What are some potential solutions?
Dr. Branch would like to study the relationship between room lighting and college students’ test performance. He randomly assigns students
Dr. Branch would like to study the relationship between room lighting and college students’ test performance. He randomly assigns students to one of two groups. The first group takes an exam in a dimly lit room; the second group takes the same exam in a regularly lit room. Which is the experimental group? the group of students who were randomly assigned to one of the two conditions There is no experimental group because this is a naturalistic observation research design. the group of students who took the exam in the regularly lit room the group of students who took the exam in the dimly lit room
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