APA style, references included. Using the House of Representatives official website

APA style, references included. Using the House of Representatives official website ( www.house.gov) investigate your district’s member of Congress. If you do not know your congressional representative, enter in your zip code to locate your congressional district and representative.

Then, access your congressional representative’s individual website. Examine your congressional representative’s legislative policies (proposed bills and voting record) and constituent services (how the office of your representative helps the citizens in their districts.

Direction: Write a letter to your congressional representitive regarding a specific piece of legislative policy constituent service. Articulate in detail how a piece of legislation or constituent service aligns with your individual views.

 

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Background Information Clark and Springer (2007) conducted a qualitative study to examine

Background Information

Clark and Springer (2007) conducted a qualitative study to examine the perceptions of faculty and students in a nursing program on incivility. Their key research questions were:

·         How do nursing students and nurse faculty contribute to incivility in nursing education?

·         What are some of the causes of incivility in nursing education?

·         What remedies might be effective in preventing or reducing incivility?

They gathered responses from the Incivility in Nursing Education Survey (INE), which included both Likert-scale and open-ended questions from 36 nursing faculty and 168 nursing students. Each of the researchers reviewed all comments and organized them by themes.

For this PSY-850 class, you will design a “mock” replication of the Clark and Springer (2007) study on student and faculty perceptions of incivility in a university nursing program. However, the doctoral students will investigate student and faculty perceptions in undergraduate psychology classes in one university located in the northern United States.

Youwill use the Incivility in Higher Education (IHE)survey, developed by Clark (2007; 2011) for the purposes of this study. Questions on the survey measure faculty and student perceptions of uncivil actions (disruptive and threatening), how often those behaviors occur and strategies for improving civil behaviors in university settings. The IHE was adapted from the INE, with minor rewording, is similar in structure to the survey used by Clark and Springer, but is appropriate for any academic discipline within higher education (Wagner, 2014).

 

The IHE has three parts. Part 1 collects demographic information, such as major, gender, age, and years of teaching experience for faculty. Part 2 asks individuals to rank 16 different behaviors exhibited by students that both students and faculty may perceive as disruptive. Part 3 focuses on 20 faculty behaviors that may be perceived as disruptive. Both parts2 and 3 also investigate how often the faculty has experiencedthe behavior in the past 12 months (often to neveron Likertscale), and if the faculty members have experienced any of the 13 threatening behaviors (yes or no) by students or other faculty respectively.Fiveopen-ended questionsgive the faculty member the opportunity to add contributing factors related tostudent and faculty incivility, and how students or faculty in particular contribute to incivility. A final question asked if the faculty member would like to add comments. The survey is designed in a manner that allows for gathering data from faculty and students or from only faculty or only students (C. Clark, personal communication, 2013 as cited in Wagner, 2014).

Week 2 Assignment: (Read the following article and construct a 10 key points document.)

GCU doctoral learners use the 10 Key Strategic Points document to outline the key components of a research study. For the Week 2 assignment, you will use the original Clark and Springer (2007) to identify and construct a 10 key points document in preparation for the mock study on incivility in psychology classes.

Steps:

1.      ReadClark, C. M., & Springer, P. J. (2007). Thoughts on incivility: Student and faculty perceptions of uncivil behavior. Nursing Education Perspectives28(2), 93-97. Retrieved from https://lopes.idm.oclc.org/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=24776207&site=ehost-live&scope=site

2.      As you read, highlight information that relates to the 10 key points, such as the purpose, problem, sample, research question, etc.

3.      After reading and highlighting the components of the article, complete the 10 key points table based on the Clark and Springer (2007) study in nursing education.

 

 

  Ten Strategic Points Comments or Feedback
Broad Topic Area    
Lit Review    
Problem Statement “This study was conducted using quantitative and qualitative methodologies to investigate the problem of incivility in nursing education in a university environment from both student and faculty perspectives” (Clark and Springer, 2007, p. 94).

Rewrite this in “GCU” format.

 
Research Questions    
Sample Sample: identify the sample from the Clark and Springer study.

 

 

 
Describe Phenomena (Qualitative)    
Methodologyand Design    
Purpose Statement “Its purpose was to consider possible causes of incivility and to recommend potential remedies” (Clark and Springer, 2007, p.94).

Rewrite this purpose statement based on “GCU” format.

 
Data Collection Instruments and Approach Describe instruments used for the Clark and Springer study.

Describe the data collection approach used in the Clark and Springer study along with informed consent procedures.

 
Data Analysis Approach Discuss the data analysis approach used in the Clark and Springer study.

 

 

 

 

Week 5 Assignment: In Week 2, you constructed a 10 key points document based on the Clark and Springer (2007) study conducted on incivility in nursing education. In preparation for the mock replication study to be completed by participants in undergraduate psychology classes, younow must construct a 10 key points document for your own study. This must meet GCU criteria in terms of problem, purpose, and research question format. This would be a descriptive case study at GCU.

Steps:

·         Review the 10 key points constructed in Week 2 and the Clark and Springer (2007) study. Additionally, review the feedback provided by the instructor.

·         Use the following template to develop 10 key points for your replication study in an undergraduate psychology program. Be sure to use resources in the DC network>Research/Dissertation tab> Prospectus templates to review the criteria for the purpose, problem, research questions and other key points.

·         Use the prompts and suggestions contained in the template to guide your work.

  Ten Strategic Points Comments or Feedback
Broad Topic Area Incivility in psychology undergraduate education programs  
Lit Review Include citations from studies on incivility in psychology education  
Problem Statement Write a problem for the psychology study, in the GCU required format.

 

 
Research Questions Now frame questions for the study you will design fora target population of undergraduate psychology programs.  
Sample Describe the sampling strategy you could use for a like study in an undergraduate psychology program. Define and justify the sampling strategy from a research source. Justify the sample size for a qualitative study from a research source and from the GCU Core Design Document.  
Describe the Phenomenon    
Methodologyand Design Describe the method and design you would use and justify your choice of both from a research source.  
Purpose Statement Develop a purpose statement for a psychology undergraduate program in the required GCU format.  
Data Collection Instruments and Approach Describe the IHE instrument to be used in this study.

Describe the data collection approach you would use, including getting informed consent and how you would protect the confidentiality of participants.

 
Data Analysis Approach Discuss a specific data analysis strategy you would use in your replication study in an undergraduate psychology program. Cite a specific researcher’s strategy such as Hatch, Miles and Huberman, Bogden and Biklin, or Saldana.  

Week 7 Assignment

You will analyze four transcribed interviews by inductively coding the data and developing themes. This will be a miniature version of what coding a large study would be like.

Directions

Perform the following tasks to conduct the analysis:

  • Code the data: To analyze the data, you must first identify categories or themes that appear in the data. To accomplish this, do the following:
    • Read the transcript of each participant’s responses and identify words that strike you as important. Mark the words in some fashion (highlight, circle, bold, underline).
    • When you recognize words or phrases that appear frequently, make note of them. That is, circle or highlight them in the text.
    • After reading all participants’ responses, review the words/phrases you marked or wrote down and identify a short list of useful codes. See Table 1 below.
    • Collapse these codes into four or five categories or themes and name them. See Table 1, column 2, below.
    • List the categories or themes and substantiate them with quotations from the online focus group participant transcripts. See Tables 2 and 3, below. You could put all of these in one table, or you could use a table for each theme, and provide several examples of quotes in the right-hand column for that theme.
  • Present your results in a table (below) formatted according to the APA guidelines found in the “APA Style Guide,” located in the Student Success Center.
  • Identify your coding process in an appendix (an example is included in the Appendix below).

 

Task 1:Code the transcript as described above, and color code the transcript using a color for each key code. Do this in Word.

 

Task 2: Create a codebook.

Code Definition of the Code Example From Transcript
     
     

 

 

Task 3: Create a table of words or phrases that appear frequently. Display as shown in Table 1.

Table 1

Words or Phrases that Appear Frequently

Word or Phrase Notes on the Words/Phrases Notes on Emerging Themes
Write down the word(s) or phrase(s) here. For example, do they appear in a transcript of one particular interview, or do they show up in several interviews? If they show up in several, there is a pattern that cross-cuts individuals.

You might want to state

Name of participant/page number of transcript (if that seems to make sense).

As you review the list of words/phrases in column 1, and see some patterns, you can name the patterns. Collapse the repeating words/phrases into 4-5 (or whatever seems relevant) themes.
Write down the words or phrases here.    
Keep writing down many words/phrases that appear frequently, until you have written them all down.    

 

Task 4: Based on Table 1 and your coded transcript, create a table based on Tables 2 and 3. Create a table for each theme.

 

Table 2

Inductively Developed Themes

Theme Examples of Quotes From the Transcripts
Put the name of the theme here. Put a quote here that represents the theme
  Place additional examples of quotes for this theme in each cell in this table.
   
   
   
   

 

Table 3

Inductively Developed Themes

Theme Sample Responses
Name another theme. Provide a quote that exemplifies this theme.
  Provide another quote here.
   
   
   
   

 

Note: You would put notes here if needed. See pages 130-131 of your APA manual.

 

Write-up theResults

A research report is not complete without a written summary of the research findings. To complete the research report, follow the instructions below and include the components outlined. Include the table and the chart you have created to show the data graphically/visually.

Introduction

Discuss the background information and the fact that this study was modeled after a study conducted by Clark and Springer in 2007. Discuss the data Clark and Springer collected and their results. Then discuss how your “mock or replication” study conducted in an undergraduate psychology program will add to these results.

Sample--discuss who participated in your study.

Instruments…describe the structure and purpose of instrument you used: the IHE (the interview transcript).

 

Data Analysis

Discuss your own initial analysis and the codes that you came up with. Collapse these codes into three to four themes as Clark and Springer did. However, this must be based on the “mock” data you collected (andwe presented in a separate document).

Results

Write a summary of the themes that you identified when analyzing the faculty comments about in-class disruptions. Include the table and the chart you have created to show the data graphically/visually.

Recommendations

Compare your results to those of Clark and Springer (2007):

Clark and Springer (2007) conducted a qualitative study to examine the perceptions of faculty and students in a nursing program on incivility. Clark and Springer used the Incivility in Nursing Education survey along with open-ended questions to collect data from 36 nursing faculty and 168 nursing students.

Each of the researchers reviewed all comments and organized them by themes. Clark and Springer noted four major themes of responses:

·         Faculty perceptions of in-class disruption and incivility by students

·         Faculty perceptions of out-of-class disruption and incivility by students

·         Student perceptions of uncivil behaviors by faculty

·         Faculty and student perceptions of possible causes of incivility in nursing education

A total of eight codes were identified among the faculty comments on types of in-class disruptions. These were the following:

·         Disrupting others by talking in class

·         Making negative remarks/disrespectful comments toward faculty

·         Leaving early or arriving late

·         Using cell phones

·         Sleeping/not paying attention

·         Bringing children to class

·         Wearing immodest attire

·         Coming to class unprepared

Based on your findings, discuss some strategies that these faculty members can use to reduce the incidences of disrespectful behaviors. Cite the recommendations from peer-reviewed sources.

Discuss how you would also use the data analysis strategy listed in your 10 key points to code and theme the open-ended comments from faculty.

Discuss the benefits and limitations of using SPSS and frequency counts in qualitative data analysis, along with why additional analysis is required.

References

Include a reference list of the sources used.

Bernard, H.R. and Ryan, G.W. (2010). Analyzing qualitative data. New York, NY: Sage Publications.

Clark, C. M., & Springer, P. J. (2007). Thoughts on incivility: Student and faculty perceptions of uncivil behavior. Nursing Education Perspectives28(2), 93-97. Retrieved from https://lopes.idm.oclc.org/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=24776207&site=ehost-live&scope=site

Grand Canyon University. (2013). Template for coding and summary tables.

Groenewald, T. (2004). A phenomenological research design illustrated. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 3(1), 15-16

Hatch, J.A. (2002). Doing qualitative research in education settings. Albany, NY:SUNY Press.

Moustakas, C. (1994). Phenomenological research methods. New York, NY: Sage Publications.

Yin, R. (2014). Case study research design and methods. New York, NY: Sage Publications.

 

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Assignment 1: Discussion—Memory Models

  1. Assignment 1: Discussion—Memory Models

Learning about the structure of memory can improve your study skills. In this assignment, you will discuss the academic applications of memory models and try to apply the principles to yourself. Use the readings for the module and the terminology of the subject and respond to these questions:

  • You are a teaching assistant for an undergraduate history class and need to prepare a test. You want evidence to show that students know the material well. What kind of test would you prepare? What kind of test do you think requires the most in-depth knowledge? Why?
  • As Dan took his history test, he could not recollect many of the dates he had studied. Dan had memorized some important dates just before the test. While he was doing this, he was also talking on the phone. Which of Dan’s memory stores—sensory memory, short-term memory (STM), or long-term memory (LTM)—do you think were most affected by his phone conversation? Why? Could Dan have done something differently to prevent forgetting the dates? Explain.
  • Identify two different kinds of mnemonic devices that could help Dan remember dates for his history test. Explain how they could be used.
  • Melissa is disappointed that she received yet another “D” on a test. She studied for several hours by reading and rereading her textbook and class notes. Based on the levels-of-processing memory theory, explain why Melissa’s method of studying was not very effective? What could she have done differently?
  • Using Baddeley’s working memory model, give an example of two tasks that could successfully be performed simultaneously (For example, can you listen to music while studying at the same time?). Discuss two other tasks that probably would interfere with each other. Make sure to discuss your answers in terms of the visuospatial scratchpad, the phonological loop, and the central executive.

Write your initial response in 4–5 paragraphs. Apply APA standards to citation of sources.

 

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There needs to be a seperate response to each peer’s posting and it needs to be supported with at least two references for each peer’s posting.  

There needs to be a seperate response to each peer’s posting and it needs to be supported with at least two references for each peer’s posting.

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Childhood anxiety is a prevalent disorder affecting several children of all ages

1st Peer Posting

 

Childhood anxiety is a prevalent disorder affecting several children of all ages. The population being served will be in children between the ages of 3 and 12 years old who suffer from anxiety disorders.
The treatment of anxiety in children is dependent on the developmental level of a child and those factors need to be assessed in assessing and treating the child (Barrett, 2000). Additionally, anxiety disorders among children can also lead to lifetimes of different issues or disorders if not treated effectively (Bittner, Egger, Erkanli, Costello, Foley, and Angola, 2007).
As I continue researching, I may narrow down the type of anxiety or have anxiety disorders due to trauma.

References
Barrett, P. M. (2000). : Treatment of childhood
anxiety: developmental aspects. Clinical
Psychology Review, 20(4), 453-471.

Bittner, A., Egger, H. L., Erkanli, A., Costello,
J., Foley, D. L., & Angold, A. (2007). What
do childhood anxiety disorders predict?
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry,
48(12), 1174-1183

 

 

 

2nd Peer Posting

 

Population: Caucasian, female, between age of 13-17

 

Concern: depression, self-harm

 

It is found that 3 teenagers will self-harm within an hour. Self-harm includes cutting or burning themselves or taking an overdose of some form of drug to deal with difficult emotions. Some of these teens may feel suicidal and wish to die while others are trying to express their pain (Teenage self-harm ‘soars’, 2000). Self-harm is the fourth most common problem that teenagers are facing (Naughton, 2013). “Self-harm is a clear sign of immense psychological and emotional distress, and that person cannot cope” (Naughton, 2013; 16).

 

There is a belief that the child may not get the idea of self-harm by themselves. There is a possibility that they go to the internet looking for some way to express how they are feeling and they find that there are other children whom are causing self-harm to express themselves (Naughton, 2013). Self-harm can be used to distract oneself from intense emotional pain, release bad feelings; it could follow trauma, bereavement or abuse or learned from older siblings or peers among many other reasons.

 

Bullying is a trigger, this is something that is very difficult to prevent. Even several schools that are enforcing no bullying rule, students still find ways to bully one another (Naughton, 2013). Self-harm can also meant that an individual has an unmet mental health need; depression or personality disorder. It is very difficult to know if the individual is self-harming due to psychological difficulties or if the individual is trying to cope with something they are going through.

 

 

 

 

 

Naughton, L. (2013). Too much, too young. Community Practitioner, 86(5), 16-9.

 

Teenage self-harm ‘soars’. (2000). Emergency Nurse (through 2013), 8(4), 4.

 

 

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Synthesis is the act of creating something new from multiple existing entities. Synthesis of research

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Details:

Synthesis is the act of creating something new from multiple existing entities. Synthesis of research, then, is creating a new idea from existing ideas. It is a process developed through time and practice. In this assignment, you will apply the synthesis process to the journal readings from modules 5-7. Keep in mind that Several of Freud’s early colleagues and supporters splintered away from his model for different reasons.

General Requirements:

Use the following information to ensure successful completion of the assignment:

  • Refer to the annotated bibliography and outline you created in the Module 6 assignment along with any feedback from your instructor.
  • Review the journal readings from Modules 5 and 6 of this course. You may wish to create annotations for the readings from Module 7 for use in the synthesis process.
  • This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.
  • Doctoral learners are required to use APA style for their writing assignments. The APA Style Guide is located in the Student Success Center.
  • You are required to submit this assignment to Turnitin. Refer to the directions in the Student Success Center.

Directions:

Locate the annotated bibliography and outline you created in the Module 6 assignment. Using the outline you developed, the information from the annotated bibliography, and the feedback provided by your instructor, write a paper (2,000-2,250 words) that synthesizes all of the articles assigned in the Modules 5-7 of this course. Do that by including the following:

  1. A statement of common themes addressed in each of the articles.
  2. A statement of the conclusions that can be drawn when the articles are taken together as a single entity. What is the overall message of the group of articles? Focus specifically on the key aspects of Freudian thought which caused these other theorists to distance themselves from Freud’s views and influence. Consider also the major differences among themselves which caused them to diverge from one another.
 

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Over the last several decades, the field of psychopathology and the study

Over the last several decades, the field of psychopathology and the study of psychological disorders have gradually moved away from exploring social and environmental issues, and moved toward the biological/neurological understanding of disorders. This has led to significant advancements in medication-based treatments.

Treating psychological disorder through medication can often be faster, more effective, and cost less when compared to traditional psychotherapy. At the same time, becoming overly reliant on medication carries substantial risks.

A number of studies have found that psychotropic medications are frequently over-prescribed (Mojtabai & Olfson, 2010; Standish, 2008). Furthermore, the long-term effects of many medications are still unknown.

 

In 3-4 Paragraphs:

 

What are some of the possible benefits and detriments involved in the pharmacological treatment of psychological disorders? Have we (society) become too reliant on medication treatments? What might be some of the long-term ramifications of overprescribing these medications?

 

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Prior to beginning work on this assignment, please read Chapter 1: Differential Diagnosis Step by Step

Prior to beginning work on this assignment, please read Chapter 1: Differential Diagnosis Step by Step in DSM-5: Handbook of Differential Diagnosis and review the same case study you used to write your Weeks One and Two discussion forums and Week Three Assignment.

For this assignment, you will create a differential diagnosis for the patient in your chosen case. This assignment continues the work you started in the Weeks One and Two discussion forums and the Week Three assignment. Be sure to follow the instructions in Chapter 1: Differential Diagnosis Step by Step when creating your differential diagnosis. Your assignment must include the following:

  • Recommend a diagnosis based on the patient’s symptoms, presenting problems, and history.
  • Assess the validity of your diagnosis using a sociocultural perspective.
  • Compare at least one evidence-based and one non-evidence-based treatment option for the diagnosis. Research a minimum of two peer-reviewed sources to support your choices.
  • Propose and provide an explanation for a minimum of two historical perspectives and two theoretical orientations that are inappropriate alternates for the conceptualizations in this case.

The Making a Differential Diagnosis assignment

  • Must be three to five double-spaced pages in length (not including title and references pages) and formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.
  • Must include a separate title page with the following:
    • Title of paper
    • Student’s name
    • Course name and number
    • Instructor’s name
    • Date submitted
  • Must use at least two peer-reviewed sources in addition to the course text.
  • Must document all sources in APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.
  • Must include a separate references page that is formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.

Carefully review the Grading Rubric for the criteria that will be used to evaluate your assignment.

 

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For this assignment, you will continue to reflect on what it takes to create “innovation architecture

 

 

 

 

 

For this assignment, you will continue to reflect on what it takes to create “innovation architecture” to support a culture of innovation within organizations. As part of the assignment, you will conduct an interview with a local business owner or leader or member of a management team to learn more about the techniques organizations utilize (or fail to utilize) to encourage and support the implementation of innovations.

Select your interview candidate and contact the person to set up an appointment. Try to schedule your interview well in advance of the assignment’s due date. You may conduct your interview in person or via phone. You should present the consent letter attached in the Module materials to the person you intend to interview.

Prepare a list of at least 5-7 questions for your interview. Your questions should focus on specific processes within organizations for encouraging and implementing innovations and challenges organizations face in when trying to innovate.

After you complete the interview, write a 1,000-word reflection on what you learned in the interview and how your understanding of the importance of effective innovation architecture has developed or changed. Address the following in your response:

  1. What are the most valuable things you learned about effective innovation architecture?
  2. Identify some of the significant challenges you believe you might face when it comes to suggesting and seeing innovations through in the organizations in which you are or may be involved?
  3. How might you apply what you learned in your interview and about innovation architecture in general to help foster a culture of innovation within your own organization?

Cite two additional reputable secondary sources on innovation architecture or on creating a culture of innovation in your reflection.

Provide an interview summary at the end of your reflection that includes the following information:

  1. The name of the person you interviewed and number of years he/she has been a manager.
  2. The name of the company at which he/she is currently employed.
  3. How long the person has been a manager at the current company.
  4. Date of the interview and whether it took place in person or via phone.
  5. Contact information for the person you interviewed.
  6. The list of your interview questions.

Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines found in the APA Style Guide

 

 

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1.      How does music imitate the sounds of war in La Guerre?                               

1.      How does music imitate the sounds of war in La Guerre?

 

2.      How can music be used as a weapon?

 

3.      What is the significance of the Ghost Dance?

 

4.      What happened at the Battle of the Wounded Knee and why?

 

5.      What were the two ways music was used in the Civil War?

 

6.      Who was John Philip Sousa?

 

7.      Write down the typical march form.

 

8.      Describe 20th Century Music.

 

9.      When did Messiaen write the Quartet for the End of Time and what instruments did he use and why?

 

10.  What 20th century musical techniques did Penderecki use and is it appropriate for the theme?

 

11.  What did the hippie counterculture stand for and what musical event celebrated it?

12.  How did the music in the Battle of the Green Berets demonstrate camaraderie?

 

13.  Explain the War of the Romantics.

 

14.  Wagner is known for what original musical idea and how is it used in the orchestra?

 

15.  What is Samuel Barber’s most well-known piece?

 

16.  What are the three symbolic groups in Britten’s War Requiem and what do they symbolize?

 

 

17.  Read and discuss your opinions of the commentary “Why Composers Write Music” by Karl Paulnack found on Blackboard in Chapter 8.

 

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