Choose one of the following questions, and answer it in an essay developed by analyzing causes or effects. The question you decide on should concern a topic you care about so that the examples are a means of communicating an idea; not an end in themselves
In this assignment you will be using Social Explorer to map data trends. You will be looking at how different variables have shifted over time in your area (or maybe they have stayed the same!). You will be creating a PowerPoint document to store your maps and include your write-up
Please create a brief (3-4 sentence) clinical example of a client that you believe to be a good fit for a narrative and/or feminist multicultural approach to therapy. In your example, please do not explain your reasons why you believe these approaches would be a good fit
How can a family deal with a crisis creatively? What does the textbook say? For example, a family can deal with a crisis creatively by: generating a positive outlook, possessing strong spiritual values, using support groups like Al-anon or Autism Speaks
Write a 3-5 page paper that discusses one aspect of applied psychology (applied behavioral analysis, counseling psychology, sports psychology, industrial and organizational [I/O] psychology, legal psychology, or human factors psychology).
you can choose any one from the following: 1. “Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (CST) is a useful intervention for those with mild to moderate dementia”. Discuss this statement with reference to relevant theory and research
What is a confounding variable and why do researchers try to eliminate confounding variables? Provide two examples of confounding variables
A researcher wants to investigate patriotic behavior across the lifespan. She samples people in the following age groups: 18–28, 29–39, 40–50, 51–60, and 61 and above. All participants are interviewed and asked to complete questionnaires and rating scales about patriotic behavior. This type of developmental research design is called ________________. What is the primary disadvantage of this type of design? Explain.
2. How are group means, percentages, and correlations used to describe research results?3. How can graphs be used to describe and summarize data?
A researcher is studying the effects of yoga on depression. Participants are randomly assigned to one of two groups: yoga and medication (experimental group); or support group and medication (control group). What is the null hypothesis? What is the research hypothesis