This is a pshychology reaction paper. The instructions are VERY detailed and the teacher is very particular

This is a pshychology reaction paper. The instructions are VERY detailed and the teacher is very particular about how he likes things doen. I will copy and paste the instructions below, but please don’t ask to do this assignment if you arent posituve you can do it.

 

Instructions for Writing your Reaction Papers

Each paper you select to write about should be one of the journal papers that are being read for the course (see the General Course Outline below for a list of papers). It should be submitted at the beginning of class the day the reading is due. Once you have chosen and carefully read an article from one of the above journals, write a 2 page paper (double-spaced, with one-inch margins, 12 point font Times New Roman) answering the following questions about the described experiment(s). Papers should be two FULL pages in length (you may use a third page if necessary). The first page should be focused on summarizing the article, demonstrating full understanding of the content (see items 1-4 below). The second page should be focused on your critical assessment and reactions to the paper (see items 5-7 below; note you do not need to cover all three for this portion, but you need to go in significant depth to make your points). Credit will be awarded based on the content and writing of the papers, so be sure to answer the questions to the best of your ability. This means that you will be assessed not only on the content of your papers, but being able to effectively communicate your points. In other words, you will need to use proper grammar and sentence structure. Additionally, you are not allowed to use quotations in your paper. Again, you will need to write four reaction papers based on the journal articles (NOT the book readings, NOT the Nisbett chapter, and NOT the Busch, Milrod, & Sandberg (2009) reading).

 

  1. What is the purpose of the research? According to the article, what background research had been conducted in this area and how does it relate to and inform the research question and hypothesis? What are the hypotheses?
  2. What type of research method was used (e.g., description of subjects, what materials were used, and procedures). Please do this for two studies (you do not need to do it for every study if there are 3 or more, but try to pick studies you think were important for the overall journal article).
  3. Identify the independent variable(s) & dependent variable(s)
  4. What were the main results for each study? How do the results of the current studies support and extend the literature reviewed in the introduction? Please note in terms of formatting and organization, you should discuss the results for each study after you discuss the methods and variables for that study. For example, if you are writing about Studies 1 and 2, you should have your paragraphs organized such that you write about Study 1 method and variables, Study 1 results, Study 2 method and variables, Study 2 results.
  5. How does the research relate to topics that (a) you’ve learned in your course OR (b) apply to your everyday life experiences (be specific)?
  6. What critiques do you have about the article? Were there any problems with the design of the studies? Did the researchers address them? (Try to go beyond what the researchers say in the article! Not surprisingly, researchers do not always point out all the flaws in their own research.) What do you think they could have done better? If you do not have any critiques, what did the researchers do particularly effectively in this article, and why do you think these are important?

 

7.     What experimental question did this article raise for you? That is, if you were going to conduct an experiment on the topic of this article using it as background information, what question would you want to explore? Briefly describe how you would explore your question experimentally. Why would your experiment be important?

 

"WE'VE HAD A GOOD SUCCESS RATE ON THIS ASSIGNMENT. PLACE THIS ORDER OR A SIMILAR ORDER WITH SCHOLAR WRITERS AND GET AN AMAZING DISCOUNT"

This week we will add to that dialog by first viewing a PBSvideo entitled “Son of Al Qaeda”

This week we will add to that dialog by first viewing a PBSvideo entitled “Son of Al Qaeda”, about a young Canadian who grew up with bin Laden’s children and was groomed to become a terrorist but became instead a CIA informant, and then dialoguing based on the questions below. While last week’s discussion was about the making of a terrorist, this week’s can be thought of as about the un-making of one. To view the video go to: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/khadr/

On the website above you will find links for watching the video. If your bandwidth or restrictions imposed by a deployment site doesn’t allow you video viewing capabilities, the same page has a link labeled “Interviews” and, while not as engaging as a visual presentation, it contains the story in text.

How do we un-make terrorists? Should we try? They all can’t be converted to informants. For the sake of this discussion, assume that some can re-enter society no longer as threats. Not everyone who becomes a terrorist has to remain one. Given that reality, what then shall we do to best transform them into non-perpetrators of terror? What should we look for in determining which terrorist might be a good candidate for un-making?

 

300 word minimum

 

"WE'VE HAD A GOOD SUCCESS RATE ON THIS ASSIGNMENT. PLACE THIS ORDER OR A SIMILAR ORDER WITH SCHOLAR WRITERS AND GET AN AMAZING DISCOUNT"

Conduct  some independent research. Using Rasmussen and other resources, locate an  article about a current event related to population

Conduct  some independent research. Using Rasmussen and other resources, locate an  article about a current event related to population,  environment, or family that has affected your community.

Part 2: Reflect

In a minimum of  two-pages (not counting the title page and reference page) address the  following:

  • Offer a one (1)  paragraph synopsis of the article.
  • Identify if this event  is something that is common in your community or more of an isolated incident?
  • Discuss if it is  something that is common in your community, what strategies would you suggest  be implemented in your community to combat it?
  • Address if it is a  rare occurrence and why do you believe it happened?
  • Explain how you would advocate  for your client if they were the victim in this situation?

Use professional language including complete sentences and  proper grammar, spelling, and punctuation throughout your paper. Be sure to  cite any research sources in APA format.

 

"WE'VE HAD A GOOD SUCCESS RATE ON THIS ASSIGNMENT. PLACE THIS ORDER OR A SIMILAR ORDER WITH SCHOLAR WRITERS AND GET AN AMAZING DISCOUNT"

 Within Unit VIII, you have learned about various psychological disorders

Within Unit VIII, you have learned about various psychological disorders and the complexities involved with proper diagnoses and treatment efforts. Now it is time to put your skills to the test. Choose ONE of the cases listed below and create a mental health assessment for your chosen case. In the assessment, you should address the following: a. Why is your client coming for treatment? b. What are his or her current symptoms? c. Does he or she have a history with this problem? If so, please describe it. d. How could the issue affect his or her daily life functions? e. What is your client’s specific diagnosis? f. What is the general class(es) of disorders to which this disorder belongs? g. What are your recommendations? What specific treatment plan will you prescribe for this patient? You should use your textbook as a reference to substantiate your plan. h. How could you get his or her family involved? Chose ONE of these cases to analyze. 1. Tony sometimes seems very wound up. At those times, he seems full of energy, talks very rapidly, and makes very grandiose plans. Once, he gave away all of his belongings and was planning to move to Washington, D.C., so that he could advise the President. At these times, he also seems to need almost no sleep. During other periods of time Tony seems very down. During these times, he does not take care of himself. He seems to want to sleep all the time, and he often makes thinly veiled references to wanting to commit suicide. 2. Paula has not left her house for several months. When she tries to go out, she experiences great anxiety. She says she is afraid that if she leaves her house to go somewhere, she will not be able to get back. Before all this started, Paula seemed fairly normal except for having several episodes where, for no apparent reason, her heart started pounding, she started to sweat profusely, and she experienced all the symptoms of fear and terror. One of the reasons she is afraid to leave the house is because she is afraid she will have one of these episodes again. Hint: there are two specific diagnoses here. 3. Horace sleeps a lot, has great difficulty getting out of bed in the morning, and generally does not want to do anything. He has stopped seeing friends whom he used to see often and declines all invitations to do things socially. His most common response is “I just do not feel like it.” He looks sad all the time and does not seem to take pleasure in everyday activities. This has been going on for the past two months. 4. Patricia is a 44-year-old female who reports that she has periods of time where she cannot remember what she has done. She reports that after one such period, she received a telephone call from a man who claimed to have met her in a bar where she was “the life of the party.” She had also told the man her name was Priscilla. Patricia thinks that this is odd because she does not drink, and she is a rather shy and retiring person. However, the man had her correct telephone number and was able to give a good physical description of her. 5. Frank was attending college in San Francisco during a recent earthquake. He lived in the area that was hardest hit by the quake. Frank was not home when the earthquake hit and was not injured in any way, but when he returned home, he found his building demolished and his two roommates crushed to death. Frank immediately drove himself to the airport, bought a ticket to Boston, and got on the plane. His parents found him on their doorstep in Boston the next morning. Frank remembers nothing about the earthquake and nothing about going to college in San Francisco. The last thing he remembers is being a high school student and living with his parents in Boston. In your case study, you must incorporate research from the textbook to substantiate your diagnosis. You may also use the CSU Online Library for additional reference material if needed, but this is not required. Your response should be at least two pages in length. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations.

 

"WE'VE HAD A GOOD SUCCESS RATE ON THIS ASSIGNMENT. PLACE THIS ORDER OR A SIMILAR ORDER WITH SCHOLAR WRITERS AND GET AN AMAZING DISCOUNT"