Effective Research

1) While Caffarella and Barnett (2000) indicate that critique is the most influential element in helping learners produce a better writing product, critique can be an emotional event. Cameron, Nairn, and Higgins (2009) note that it proved helpful in their workshops to discuss the emotions that emerg...

Mindfulness perspectives for addiction and addictive related

An Assessment and treatment plan are needed for Ken please: And by the way, there are additional pieces of information that I will have to add to this so you are not by any means completing the entire assignment for me. Thanks! Vignette Four Ken is a 31 year old African-American man who is sen...

Elder Abuse

The following is a case of an abused senior. Joyce is an 84-year-old woman who was married for 52 years. She has three children and lives with her son. Her husband is deceased but was a prominent attorney. The family presents an ideal picture of an upper-middle-class family. They live in a fashionab...

Use of Balance Sheet in Counseling

Is there research evidence supporting the balance sheet method or approach used in therapist to help client toward making a decision? What does research findings say about the balance sheet method or approach for choosing strategies to help clients make decisions in general? What are the benefits do...

Transtheoretical Model of Change

What is "The Stages of Change Model" Is The Stages of Change Model effective strategy for clients who are resistance to goal setting and the stages for change? Explain how it is effective or not effective "Can The Stages of Change Model help victims or clients involved in domestic violence o...

decision-making risks

Humans make a plethora of decisions on a daily basis. Some are involuntary biological decisions, whereas others are the result of conscious effort. In this assignment, you will explore the nature of conscious decision making with a goal of determining methods that could be used by individuals to man...

Costs for Career Inventories

Hi dear helpers. I need help with calculating consumable and non- consumable price for the following tests. Could you fill in the table please, and give me a list of references for these tests. Regular or online delivery to Canada. Thank you very much! P.S. I need to fit in the budget which permits...

Psychopathology Diagnosis of Mental Disorders

Presently I am majoring in psychology with a specialization into clinical psychology. I have just started taking an introduction to psychopathology course. This course examines the assessment of various forms of psychopathology. In the course, I will review the etiology of psychopathology, the diagn...

Factorial Design Studies

Hi Amy, Could you please analyse these three cases of factorial design for me? I am not interested in Research Methodology course (but can't avoid it) and is doubling it with CBT (which is a lot of study as well). So, I am burning out from studies, plus three kids and work! I also need to write...

Positive Communication in Relationships

You are a couple's therapist who happens to be Black. You are seeing a couple for trust issues and meeting with one member of the couple for individual therapy. The other partner, is also Black. He or she is very jealous, and during the course of your work has admitted to having had an ongoing af...

Depression and Anxiety Affecting Intelligence Tests

Measures designed to assess the level of general cognitive functioning have been called intelligence tests in the psychological literature or IQ tests in popular discussions. However, in recent years, there has been a trend to play down the term "intelligence" and instead to speak of "general mental...

Theories of Crime and Terrorism

Choosing terrorism crime, addressed the following: 1) Define the terrorism. Include both the legal definition and others as necessary. 2) Summarize demographics of the terrorism for both the perpetrators and the victim. Cover the following: Gender, ethnicity, socioeconomic characteristics, and ot...

Randomizing methods of assessment administration

Reactivity is the tendency that people have to make more effort to meet guidelines and standards when they know their performance is being assessed. Reactivity can affect a behavioral study when the team is observing the experiment. The team has two choices to maintain the reliability of experimente...

Influx of information and test development

Validation is the joint responsibility of the test developer and the test user. The test developer is responsible for providing relevant evidence and a rationale in support of test score interpretation for specified users. In addition to the test developer, important contributions to the validity ev...

Integrative Psychotherapy Approaches

Analyze the conversation below and briefly share your thoughts. Elaborate on a particular point within the discussion. Share your comments on how well you feel that this person has done on their discussion on integrative psychotherapy approaches. Of the theories of psychotherapy this person has ...

Role of mediators and moderators in motivation

There are both intrinsic and extrinsic factors that influence decisions. Are the intrinsic or extrinsic factors more lacking as mediators and moderators when an individual succumbs to a charlatan's ruse? Why? Good references Please.

Attention and visual search

Have you ever traveled a familiar route while so lost in thought that you barely experienced the details of the trip itself? Compare this to an experience in which you had to pay attention to a specific set of directions to get to a location you had never visited. How did the characteristics of each...

On Depth and Pace of Learning

For what kinds of learners is speed of learning more important than depth of learning and vice versa? Why? What are the most significant tradeoffs when balancing learning speed against learning depth? Why?

Determining the Credibility of a Source

Please help with evaluating this article. Wasserfall, C., Nead, K., Mathews, C., & Atkinson, M.A. (2011). The threshold hypothesis: Solving the equation of nature vs nurture in type 1 diabetes. Diabetologia, 54(9), 2232-2236. Briefly address three of these questions and give a brief reasons to su...

Considering the Audience

Discussion, choose one of the abbreviated research plans that you have drafted. Observing Childhood Assimilation Identify the potential audiences for the research proposed in the plan. Select three potential audiences to whom you could potentially present your research findings. ...

Mixed Methods Research

The Importance of Combining Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methodologies. Why would quantitative or qualitative on their own not be appropriate? Mixed methods design, which design is the primary one? Why is that appropriate? Provide an introduction. Provide a purpose statement. ...

Approaches to qualitative research

Help use qualitative research methods to develop a qualitative research plan that seeks to answer research problem and research question. Draft an introduction for your abbreviated research plan. Provide an introduction. Provide a purpose statement. Provide viable re...

Abbreviated Quantitative Research Plan

Help use quantitative research methods when you develop an abbreviated quantitative research plan that seeks to answer your research problem and research questions/hypotheses. Access the list of research problem scenarios in the Learning Resources. Find the research problem scenario for your dis...

Projective and Objective Testing

There are multiple tests that can be used for personality assessment. Each instrument has relative strengths and weaknesses. Clinicians are responsible for evaluating these relative strengths and weaknesses to help determine which might be appropriate for a client. Tests can be categorized into obje...

Research Design and Methods

Research Design, and the "Quantitative Methods: Examples" media segment. Explain how survey and experimental methods---including components, terminology, elements, statistics, etc.—are similar and different. Determine which kinds of research questions would be served by a survey or an experi...

Cognitive Behavioral Theory and Practice

Review the interactive Virtual Client Sean Brody. Consider what types of cognitive tests are appropriate to use to evaluate his or her cognitive abilities based on the client information. In addition, review the hypothetical cognitive tests results and analyze these results in light of your client's...

Policy Proposal: Cellphone Driving

Hello,You came recommended by Stacy Shaneyfelt, I need some help in creating a proposal that compares and contrast the studies and results regarding the cognitive abilities that are affected by cell phone use while driving. Then explain particular recommendations for policy makers. Such as, res...