Arguments should be supported by specific and concrete examples. For sources, use the text and/or other sources along with a biblical quotation and/or reference. When referencing the textbook, use APA formatting for sources that include the author and date of publication. For example use, “Kail and Cavanaugh (2019) state. . . .” Also include a reference list at the end of your post.
For this assignment, you will listen to this podcast from NPR’s “Invisibilia” on “The Personality Myth” and answer a few questions about it afterward. I think the podcast does a really nice job laying out some of the issues at the heart of the “person-situation debate”, which we will be covering in Week 4.
If you have any trouble with the link or would like to listen to it in another format, you can also find the episode here. The transcript of the podcast can be found here if you prefer to read it rather than listen to it.
And please note that there is a brief discussion of sexual assault in the first few minutes of this podcast.
FORMAT AND GRADING
Please answer each question using complete sentences (no bullet points or outlines; 4-5 sentences per question). Your grade will be based on the extent to which you have: (1) followed the assignment directions, (2) provided thoughtful responses, and (3) demonstrated an understanding of the applicable course material. Late assignments will be deducted 10% of the point total per day. All assignments must be completed independently; any evidence of plagiarism will be taken very seriously and may result in a zero on that assignment and potentially the course.
Do you think “multiple intelligences” is a valid construct? In other words, do multiple intelligences exist? (Be sure to include
connections to the textbook/research when building your argument.)
Do you think that the Multiple Intelligences Test you took
gave a valid picture of your intellectual abilities? In other words, do you think that test accurately measured what it is supposed to measure?
Provide at least one recommendation about how the developers of this multiple intelligences test could demonstrate evidence for the validity of the test. Your recommendation should focus on one of the types of validity described in the textbook [i.e., content-related validity, predictive validity, concurrent validity, or construct validity (using convergent or discriminant
Finally, make a biblical argument either for or against the existence of multiple intelligences. Whichever stance you take, be sure
to back it up with meaningful and relevant Scripture references.
Multple intelligence test is availabe attached!!!!
Write a paper drawing connections to what was in the article read — “Sight Unseen” and class work. Please see attachments for assignment information and rubric. Class lectures are also attached in the files.
Read “Why You Truly Never Leave High School” (2013) and “My So-Karen Life” (2019). Reflect on the themes of identity, race/ethnicity, status, in-group membership, out-group membership, privilege, and shame raised by the authors.
1. Recall a time during your teenage years when you remember being depressed, stressed, or anxious. Remember as much as possible about this past moment. Where were you? What was happening? Who was with you? How did they respond to your worries?
2. During this early depressing/stressful/anxiety-invoking experience, what thoughts do you remember thinking? What bodily sensations did you feel? How were you breathing? What emotions surfaced? What were you worried would happen?
3. If you could go back in time to that experience, as your self today, and have a talk with your younger self, what would you say? How would you offer comfort and reassurance?
4. Knowing what your younger, teenage self was thinking and feeling at the time, what new perspective could you offer? Is there an alternative to your belief system of that past time?
Save these comforting sentiments, as they may soothe you today, too! They may serve as suggestions to transform underlying core beliefs. Notice how this process is similar to several types of psychotherapies.
the following figure is an ambiguous figure where viewers often see one of two animals: a duck or a rabbit. Since information received through our senses must be processed by our brains to be perceived (i.e., top-down processing), our expectations can influence what animal we see.
Why do you think a human brain processes sensory information instead of allowing us to experience the information exactly as our senses acquire it?
Hey You was the writer for the first step of this assignment which I will upload for a little revision. My professor feed back was for me to only pick three of the policy/program you listed in the papers and focus on it.
At the top of the annotated bibliography, state your problem and the policy/program you are going to focus on in your policy memo/podcast assignment (no more than 100 words). Your statement of the problem and policy should be revised based on my feedback on the topic statement assignment. With each additional assignment for the policy memo, your characterization of the problem and descriiption of the policy should become more refined.
Then, include your annotated bibliography with at least six scholarly sources that are relevant to the topic that you will be addressing in your policy memo/podcast. Four or more of these sources must be primary research articles (e.g., studies published in peer-reviewed journals or reports from the government or think tanks/policy organizations that include data). Two or fewer may be secondary sources (e.g., review articles or book chapters). Each citation should be listed alphabetically in APA 7 format. Each citation should be followed by a brief annotation paragraph (no more than 150 words) that summarizes, evaluates, and reflects on the information that is presented in the source:
The summary should highlight the source’s main goals/research questions and findings.
The evaluation should address the strengths and weaknesses of the source (e.g., research design, bias) and how it connects to the other sources (e.g., how are the findings similar to and different from your other sources?).
The reflection should highlight how the source relates to your overall argument for your policy memo/podcast (e.g., does it provide support for your policy recommendation?).
ANSWER QUESTIONS ON WORKSHEET
link to text book: https://bibliu.com/app/#/view/books/9781118760741/pdf2htmlex/index.html#page_C1
user name and password will be available for the assigned writer
The goal of this case study is for you to appraise fundamental concepts and current in-depth issues in the psychology of learning, cognition, sensation, perception, and memory linking human brain physiological responses to environmental stimulus.
Your final project will comprise an in-depth case study, in which you will interview one adult participant (between 21 – 80 years of age) with a list of 10 – 15 pre-approved questions (i.e. at least two questions relevant to each course session that you will submit for approval in Session 3).
For example, two questions from Session 4 might be:
(1) When it comes to learning new things, please describe your areas of weakness and strengths and (2) When you learn something new, please describe how you hold on to that new information.
You should design open-ended questions that require the participant to elaborate on his or her answers. This will enable you to gather information-rich data to analyze and synthesize.
The paper will comprise five sections, in addition to an introduction and conclusion, in which you will evaluate and report on the participant’s cognitive skills in each domain and propose ideas for improvements. You will gather information to construct the interview and support your project through a progression of learning in Sessions 1 – 5.
For your paper:
You will critically evaluate the participant’s cognitive development germane to the concepts you were exposed to in this course, such as sensation, perception, attention, memory, learning, knowledge, problem solving, and decision making.
You will not use the participant’s name; rather, you will use an anonymous descriiption, such as Participant 1 or P1. Thus, when you refer to the person in your paper, you will protect anonymity. For example:
Participant 1 explained that when she makes a mental grocery shopping list, she can generally recall about 75% of the items once she is at the store.
It is best to record the interview with the participant’s permission; you may use a Smartphone or other recording device. If unable to record, you may transcribe the participant’s responses.
Evaluation & Proposal
Perception, Sensation and Attention: Link human brain physiological responses of Perception, Sensation, and Attention to environmental stimulus.
Short-Term/Everyday Memory: Link human brain physiological responses of Short-Term/Everyday Memory.
Long-Term Memory and Retrieval: Link Long-Term Memory and Retrieval to environmental stimulus.
Learning and Knowledge: Link human brain physiological responses of Learning and Knowledge to environmental stimulus.
Problem Solving, Decisions, and Reasoning: Link human brain physiological responses of Problem Solving, Decisions, and Reasoning to environmental stimulus.
Your paper must be:
Five – seven pages in length (not including the cover page and reference page).
Constructed using an introduction, body paragraphs, and a conclusion with quality college-level writing.
Written in Word using APA format. It should include the following:
A cover page.
Assignment written in an APA approved font and size, double spaced.
In-text citations to support main points.
A reference page with full APA references for each in-text citation used for support.
Supported by a minimum of five scholarly sources in addition to your Goldstein (2019) textbook
(I have attached the questions used for this paper)
Social psychology is an area of the discipline of psychology which offers us the opportunity to adopt a more subjective, reflexive relationship to theory and practice. In Critical, Cultural Social Psychology the objective, neutral stance of the psychologist is rejected in favour of a subjective, partisan stance. Assessment Two offers you an opportunity to develop or re-engage with those reflexive skills through the practice of diary keeping. Reflexivity is different from reflectivity. Reflective means thinking about one’s thoughts, feelings and actions. Reflexive means thinking about one’s thoughts, feelings and actions through the eyes of another. For this assessment, you will engage with reflexivity through the eyes of the various writers whose work we will discuss during the unit through critically engaging with your thoughts about psychology.
For the first eight teaching weeks, you should keep a weekly diary of your learning. The diary will contain two sections. In the first section you should summarise your learning from that particular week (e.g., week 1) in the form of a summary of the ideas contained in the teaching videos, content covered by any required reading and the topics discussed during the online tutorial for that week. This should be a concise summary and be no longer than 125 words.
The second section will be your critical reflexions on that material in relation to what you learned about the role of social and cultural factors in psychology, how your understanding of social support and social power has either been consolidated or changed during that week and what dilemmas or inconsistencies you have identified in your understanding of psychology’s approach to particular social issues. You should approach this task as an exercise of considering your own thoughts, feelings and actions through the perspective of the different approaches we cover that week. This section should be no longer than 275 words.
Once you have completed eight weeks of diary entries (one entry per week for the first eight teaching weeks), you will choose the two diary entries that you feel best meet the marking criteria. Pick you best work and submit those two diary entries in one document. The other six logs should be included as a appendix to that document, but will not be assessed. The length of the assessment must not exceed 800 words (this word count does not include your appendices).
Text should be word-processed and follow the APA style for layout.
Use Arial font and double spacing.
You must include a reference section at the end of the assessment. Referencing and citations should be in the APA format
I have attached a sample of a previous student bellow with comments from teacher
This is the video the teacher explaining more on the assessment