RESPONSE 1 Respond to two colleagues who shared a different perspective on whether the protective factors could have changed Chase’s diagnosis and outcome. Explain whether your colleagues’ stances on the relevance of these protective factors have any influence on your position. Colleague 1: Tyisha Working with Children and Adolescents: The Case of Chase Chase is a 12-year-old […]
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Transition into Adulthood The transition into adulthood may differ depending on cultural traditions and rites of passage from adolescence to adulthood. The transition into adulthood is also a time for relationships and romance from a normative perspective. Describe at least two unique rites of passage to adulthood on the basis of ethnic or cultural variations. Explain the […]
Discuss a cognitive account of an impairment within a particular disorder. Pick one of the following disorders: Aphasia, Amnesia You should describe the disorder and the impairment associated with it, and explain how the cognitive theory accounts for the impairment. You should then review the experimental evidence supporting (or contradicting) this account. Word […]
Complete the following table for anxiety disorders. Disorder Diagnostic criteria Differentiating features Separation anxiety disorder Specific phobia Social anxiety disorder Panic disorder Agoraphobia Generalized anxiety disorder Complete the following table for obsessive-compulsive and related disorders. Disorder Diagnostic criteria Differentiating features Obsessive-compulsive disorder Body dysmorphic disorder Hoarding disorder Trichotillomania Excoriation Complete the following table for trauma- […]
For this Forum discussion, watch the brief video The Ugly Truth about Beauty at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1XiwOGFg3wA After watching the video, ponder this: Social psychologists have found that our perceptions and judgments are subject to a variety of biases and other distorting influences. To what advantage is the deliberate development of the perception of flawless beauty in our society? What […]
Create a brochure for a local elementary school. Consider your audience, as this information would likely be distributed during meetings where a child might have received an intelligence test. Your brochure would be given to parents, guardians, and others to help them better understand the purpose of intelligence testing. Include the following in your brochure: Provide a […]
Here you have several attachments: 1. an attachment that has the 8 questions that you will answer in 3 pages MINIMUM. 2. An attachment that has supporting graphs and statistical numbers that you will use to support your answers for some questions. 3. 8 powepoints that contain some headnotes that you will use as the answer and […]
I will not need the full essay done as this is a team essay. My portion will cover functions of the temporal lobe through the recovery process. For this assignment, your team will choose a participant to work with who has experienced trauma to the brain and describe the functions and limitations of neural […]
As you journey through this unit, and are honing in on your critical thinking skills, you might have recognized the information regarding the Game Plan. To help in your critical thinking process, the Game Plan, located on pages 38-42 in your textbook, consisting of 10 strategies, was created to help assist you in making critical […]
The Cultural Other” Research the history and traditions of a culture that is of special interest to you. You may research the arts, musical traditions, literature, significant historical events, and religions of your chosen culture. Armed with this background, create a portfolio of an invented person from that culture. The result will be a case […]
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