Response Paper #3 Due Nov 25 by 2pm Points 100 Submitting a file upload (Turnitin enabled) Students can submit the Response Paper #3 for any week over Sessions 5-13, with the exception of the week that they will be serving as a discussion leader. Papers should be submitted on Canvas by 2:00 PM on the day the readings are due (i.e., when we are covering the topic in class). No late response papers will be accepted. Each response paper should be relatively brief, about 2-3 double-spaced pages in length. In their response papers, students should critically reflect on the week’s assigned journal articles. Show that you have read, understood, and thought deeply about the material, and structure your paper around your central argument rather than summarizing the paper. Again, these response papers should NOT be summaries of the readings. Also, I am not looking for you to do a literature search and write a mini-term paper. Lastly, try to avoid an intervention focus. What I will be looking for is creativity and the ability to develop and support a line of argument. In particular, students should demonstrate integration of the material, making connections among the readings. For response papers submitted for Sessions 4-12, students should also strive to prior learning and insights from the readings on how biological, cognitive, affective, social, and multicultural factors independently, interactively, and mechanistically contribute to the developmental psychopathology of the given disorder(s). At minimum, students should write about two of the week’s articles in each response paper. Here are some questions to help with students’ reflections: (1) What insights do the articles tell you about the role of biological, cognitive, affective, social, and multicultural factors in shaping risk for the developmental psychopathology of the given disorder(s)? (2) What are the strengths and weaknesses of the methodological approach or approaches in the articles? (3) What are differences and similarities among the articles? (4) Do you agree with the conclusions of the articles? Why or why not? (5) What might be some of the clinical or public health implications of the articles? Do they relate to any cases you have seen so far? (6) How is the topic of the articles reflected in the mainstream media? Accurately? Inaccurately? What would you want the public to know about the topic? (7) Do you have any personal experiences with this topic? For example, do you know anyone who is affected by the disorder, symptom, or phenomenon? Is the content of the articles consistent or inconsistent with your experience? (8) How have the articles contributed to your understanding of developmental psychopathology? Were the findings or conclusions surprising in any way, or did they reflect what you consider to be “common sense”? Rubric Response Paper Rubric Response Paper Rubric Criteria Ratings Pts This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome(1) Research Methods The accuracy, clarity, and thoughtfulness of the student’s assessment of the articles’ research methods, and demonstrated ability to draw connections about the methodologies of two or more articles were _________. 25 to >22.0 pts A: Above Expectations 22 to >19.5 pts B: Met Expectations 19.5 to >17.0 pts C: Marginal 17 to >0 pts D/F: Fail 25 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome(2) Integrative Knowledge The students’ integration of two or more domains of influence (biological, cognitive, affective, social, and/or multicultural) on developmental psychopathology was _________. 25 to >22.0 pts A: Above Expectations 22 to >19.5 pts B: Met Expectations 19.5 to >17.0 pts C: Marginal 17 to >0 pts D/F: Fail 25 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome(3) Critical Reflection and Application The quality of the student’s assessment of how the findings and arguments of the articles related to their experience and observations, and/or could inform clinical and public health interventions was ________. 25 to >22.0 pts A: Above Expectations 22 to >19.5 pts B: Met Expectations 19.5 to >17.0 pts C: Marginal 17 to >0 pts D/F: Fail 25 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome(4) Communication: Quality of Writing The quality of the student’s writing, including organization, flow, clarity, and proofreading, was ________. 25 to >22.0 pts A: Above Expectations 22 to >19.5 pts B: Met Expectations 19.5 to >17.0 pts C: Marginal 17 to >0 pts D/F: Fail 25 pts Total Points: 100
In addition to alcohol, please select one drug which is discussed in Chapter 13. What impact do alcohol and the drug you selected have on the body? Additionally, please select one model of why people drink (e.g. The Disease Model, Cognitive-Physiological Theories, The Social Learning Model) and summarize the key points you believe make this model the most accurate.
Limited sources but up to three is fine. Human Growth and Development Formatting Instructions – Length: 3 pages, excluding title page and references. Write your response as an essay that flows, not in numerical or bulleted format to simply answer the questions. – Format: Typed, double spaced, 12pt Times New Roman with 1” margins on all sides. – Referencing Style: APA Assignment Instructions YOU are the subject for this last reflection paper! 1) Using the lens of Erikson, you are going to answer a few questions about yourself at age 16 compared to your current age. The stages you would fall into are as follows: a. Identity vs. Role Confusion (you at 16) b. Intimacy vs. Isolation (if you are between the ages of 21-44) c. Generativity vs. Stagnation (if you are between the ages of 45-64) **So if you are 27 right now, you are evaluating yourself at stages A and B. If you are 47, you are evaluating yourself at stages A and C.** 2) The first step is to describe yourself at these different stages of life, using Erikson’s theory. You will need to reference either your textbook and an outside source, or two outside sources to reference Erikson’s theory. (So a total of two sources, either which way). a. Discuss the ways in which you have noticed a change within yourself (in terms of thoughts and behaviors), and what you believe led to these changes. What would Erikson say about these changes, according to his theory? 3) The second step is to answer these three sets of questions: a. What did you perceive to be your major life crisis at 16? What do you perceive to be your major life crisis right now? b. How did you handle interpersonal conflicts at 16? How do you handle them now? c. What was your outlook for your future at 16? What were your plans/goals? What is your outlook for your future now? What are your plans/goals? I am 33yrs old, African American, grew up middle class and as time progressed fell into lower class, living in what was considered a nice area and home that progressed into a disenfranchised neighborhood, do your best and so i can have substance to add my own twist. Any questions or concerns through out please please reach out
My professor wants this summary of articles to be a synthesis of the information. She said to identify the overall themes of the research and analyze those. She asked, how does each author discuss them? I included the paper that needs to be edited from a summary to a synthesized review. Please keep the references that are already included.
MUST USE 6 PEER REVIEWED ARTICLES ONLY the paper is on the relationship between drug use in college and drug dependencies later on in life. the paper needs to focus on the psychological relationship between those who used drugs in college and now have a drug dependency after college do not give me bs medical junk I will dispute the paper if u do key points to make sure u have – % of college kids who use drugs what drugs they most commonly use and why they use drugs and out of those how many college kids seek help for drug use – why the drugs most commonly used are so addictive to college kids – how many ppl who are seeking help for drug addiction as an adult used in college -why they use as an adult -if there drug of choice changed -if they have seemed treatment what type of treatment have they tried why do they think it failed
By November 21st complete the following: Use your thesis statement from the Research Questions & Thesis Statement Draft assignment, and a start to your written content (see the attachemnt for Thesis Statement Draft assignment) An outline of your paper that addresses the following headings: (Introduction, Research Questions, Thesis Statement, Body (include possible subheadings as applicable to your topic), Conclusion, References) Note: Include all headings even if you do not yet have information in a specific section. This is intended to help you organize/outline your paper. Your thesis statement. two (2) pages of double-spaced text.
This is a cognitive neuroscience paper. The topic is ”the impact of music on learning and memory”. This is a review of the literature with your critical comments. Reviews of at least 8 research papers are required in this paper and I have already selected and uploaded those 8 articles here for you to write the review part. Please use these papers and please read the instruction carefully as it is very important and includes key requirements for writing this paper.
https://opentextbc.ca/socialpsychology/ (please use this book for to explain any theory or any theory)
You will analyze one social process in every day life and use a social psychological concept to explain this process.
You will provide a short proposal for a way to scientifically examine this concept in more detail.
Finally, you will Present this social process and proposal to the class on the final day.
Unit / Module Level
To identify and apply social psychological concepts to every day life.
To apply a research process to the application of the concept.
Introduction to Social Interaction (10 points): Explanation/Definition of a social psychological problem/situation/interaction in the media/social media that you would like to explore: Briefly present and summarize this reported social interaction. You may use a short video (no longer than 1 minute), but you need to explain the potential psychological advantage of exploring this interaction.
Social Psychological Concepts (15 points): Identify and explain a principle, concept or theory from social psychology that could provide an explanation for the interaction. This must include the definition and relevance of the concept.
Main Body (25 points): The concept must be explained using a minimum of 2 primary academic articles, this includes support for the social psychological concept, and/or critiques of the concept. This section should also include an evaluation of this concept and why you believe this concept is or is not relevant to you personally, or socially (i.e. culturally and in “modern” times).
Proposal (25 points):This portion can be in list format. You will outline the design a PROPOSAL FOR AN EXPERIMENT that empirically tests your proposed explanation. Your experiment should aim to examine the identified principle (including the concept, how you would measure it, on whom, and why) in a context that is ecologically valid for the social situation (in other words, in a context that is not so controlled that it would not occur in real life). (You need to identify the variables, controls, and potentially 3-5 steps/procedures for how this study might look.
APA Citation and References (15 points). In APA formatting, including date that article was retrieved. Articles must be academic or research based (must have an abstract, introduction, methodology, findings, discussion, and conclusion sections and published in a recognized research journal). No literature reviews, texts, or articles in popular magazines.
Grammar (10 points)
Please include your name and student ID number in the name of your file.
What to Turn in
Type-Written Essay in APA Format
750-900 words, 1-inch margins all around, double spaced, roman size 12 font, every page should have a page number.
Cover page with student name and number, date, and title of the paper in the centre of the paper.
Paper itself with any major sub-headings it might need.
Reference page with a minimum of 2 primary academic papers.
To be turned in online in pdf format so it can keep your formatting, with your name_studentnumber_Title.pdf in the title: reniravellos_7262563_bystandereffect.pdf
Critical Thinking: Critical thinking involves the mental process of observation, analysis, and evaluation. Critical thinking typically involves an objective observation, followed by an analysis of the event, which ties in class material and scholarly sources to these observations. In Social Psychology it is important to apply the multi-dimensional approach to analysis of social psychological issues.
Using Scholarly Sources/Primary Sources: You are required to have 3-5 Scholarly sources. Scholarly sources are distinguishable from other popular sources because the publications are peer reviewed. Primary sources are a source that comes directly from the author, such as a blog post or journal entry.
A Well-Constructed Cohesive Argument: Your essay must have a clearly identifiable thesis statement with an argument that holds through the essay.
It is essential for the writer to display critical thinking, as well as the ability to tie in class material and outside scholarly (or primary) sources to the piece. You need to provide the opposing argument to be discussed, and why this argument could be both valid and wrong. Your writing must provide evidence that you understand the material, are able to reflect upon it in a way that demonstrates this understanding, and can create an argument supporting a thesis.
“College Level Writing”: College level writing means that you are able to:
o Use correct punctuation
o Use proper grammar
o Address the appropriate audience for the assignment
o Write in an appropriate voice (Ask yourself: Is the “I” voice okay for the assignment? Should it be geared towards a more formal audience?)
APA Citation: Human Development is a social science, and therefore follows the guidelines set by the American Psychological Association on citation. For more information, see the APA citation page or visit the WLC website:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pdAfIqRt60c&list=PL8F43A67F38DE3D5D&ab_channel=OWLPurdue (Links to an external site.)
Integrating Theory: Writing in any area of higher education requires theoretical frameworks. You need to demonstrate that you understand, can define and can apply concepts from social psychology as they pertain to everyday social interactions.
APA Style Citation
APA In-text Citation and Referencing Style
This sheet summarizes American Psychological Association (APA) style for paper formatting and in-text citation, as published in the sixth edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. APA is only one of a number of popular styles for formatting, which are generally used according to discipline, but you should always use the methods and variations preferred by your professor. For more complete style information, refer to sixth edition of the Publication Manual of the APA or visit the OWL at Purdue at http://owl.english.purdue.edu/ and refer to the APA 2009 Formatting and Style Guide.
Create a thought map for the problem you already worked developing an Ishikawa diagram in a previous assignment. This is the link to the slides from the previous assignment
Start asking questions and creating parallel paths to keep investigating and learning more about what you are trying to solve. Remember: do no think of solutions, think about the problem, be curious, ask a lot of questions, and let these questions lead you to answers, that will lead you to new questions, and so on.
To create your Thought Map you can use your preferred tool: google slides, google drawing, excel, or other that you like. This website is free and great for this as well: https://www.lucidchart.com/pages/
Choose which factors/causes would you recommend to measure and collect data to further understand how they are impacting your problem. Consider which factors could tell you more about the problem, and which ones you think have more impact to the problem.
So, you need to create the diagram using the link for the website and the word document. Please don’t do it in the preview document form, because it looks like the photo, but I need the text which I could copy.
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link for making the diagram is https://app.diagrams.net Discipline: problem solving and critical thinking
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in the folder are all the information I got from him we have class today and this is what he wrote for us to work on Statistical Analysis
For this week’s Lab, you will begin to write up the Statistical Analysis/Results section of the final paper using the SPSS file and directions I provided in class.
Remember to include: 1) Reliability analysis; 2) Correlational analysis; and ANOVA analysis. You only need to include what is statistically significant.
I have another slide I need to download and send but the independent variable is a self acquaintance and non-acquaintance