1. How does the biopsychosocial framework help us understand whether a child is developing on track with his/her age or delayed? As a professional counselor, why is this important?
2. Children can experience delayed intellectual development when they have low birth weights. How might the delay look according to Piaget? Utilize Chapter 4 of your course text for guidance and reference accordingly.
This discussion question meets the following CACREP Standard: 2.F.3.c. Theories of normal and abnormal personality development.
Each question needs to be answered with 200 words and have a cite in each answer also. Must pass turn it in with less than 5%
Creating Good Presentations
Using the South University Online Library, research good and bad habits while creating Microsoft PowerPoint presentations. Based on your research and understanding, complete the following tasks:
Explain at least five bad habits that are often seen in Microsoft PowerPoint presentations.
Recommend how to overcome each of the bad habits mentioned in the point above.
Propose five recommendations to create a compelling Microsoft PowerPoint presentation.
For either sex, choosing to engage in activities traditionally reserved for a specific sex can result in teasing and accusations of homosexuality.
Using research gathered from your textbook, online course content, and at least 1 research article, analyze the above scenarios.
Are the behaviors discussed above (i.e., preferring things traditionally acceptable for a specific sex) indicative of homosexuality? Why or why not?
Describe the psychological consequences (positive and negative) that might result from engaging in behaviors reserved for a specific sex?
Develop an argument for or against concern that these children might be exhibiting a paraphilia.
Which paraphilia(s) might apply and what criteria would you use based on the research?
What, if any, intervention would you recommend to a parent whose little girl or boy expresses the desire to engage in behaviors typical of the opposite sex? If you do not believe intervention is necessary, explain why.
The two legal “tests” that constitute sexual harassment are:
Quid pro quo, meaning failure to give in to unwanted sexual advances will threaten a person’s academic or employment career.
Behavior, which a “reasonable person” would deem a “hostile or offensive working environment.”
Some men complain that because the second point is too vague and potentially too broad, they fear being falsely accused of sexual harassment. They also say they worry that simply smiling and indulging in a little friendly flirting with a female co-worker can be misconstrued. Some women also acknowledge that they miss some of the playful camaraderie.
Why is it important to have sexual harassment laws? If you do not believe these laws or necessary, explain your position.
Do you think sexual harassment regulations have gone too far? Take a position—yes or no—and discuss it.
How would you distinguish playful flirting from sexual harassment? Provide at least two scenarios that illustrate the difference.
In 500-750 words, research and define various skills that can be used in a coaching environment; including the strengths and challenges of each skill.
Use two to four scholarly resources, for each submission, to support your explanations.
Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.
Write a 700- to 1,050-word summary that explores personality characteristics.
Address the following in your summary:
How do psychologists define personality? Provide an overview of the definition of personality.
Researchers use a number of different methods to study personality. Three of the most commonly used methods are case studies, correlational designs, and experimental designs or true experiments. How do these methods differ?
What kind of information does each method provide?
What are the advantages and disadvantages of each method?
Format your paper according to APA guidelines
I need someone to conduct onduct two separate role-played interviews. Have your volunteer think of any two problems they might be facing in their life (preferably not real but imagined). They can be as wild and crazy as they would like, such as, “My llama ate my dining room table, so now I won’t get my deposit back on the apartment” and, “My roommate is a werewolf.”
For Scenario 1, you must play “20 Questions” to determine what your interviewee’s imaginary Problem #1 is. You only get 20 questions, and only “Yes-No” answers are allowed.
For Scenario 2, you must determine what your interviewee’s Problem #2 is, but you are allowed to ask open-ended questions.
Based on your two mock interviews, imagine you have been asked to speak to an undergraduate Counseling Skills course. Create a PowerPoint presentation to compare the results of the two mock interviews. Include the following in your presentation:
Explain how different kinds of questions are used for different purposes in interviews.Compare your experiences with both types of questions in this exercise. Which method of questioning felt more natural to you, and which felt like more work? Explain how your interviewee’s responses differed across the two sessions.Recommend questioning strategies to obtain needed information from clients, and then relate them to your future work as a helper.
Support your presentation with at least five scholarly resources. In addition to these specified resources, other appropriate scholarly resources may be included.
Length: 1 slides (with a separate reference slide)
Notes Length: 200-350 words for each slide
What is a resume? What is its importance in obtaining a professional clinical position? Are you satisfied with yours? Why or why not?
400 words minimum…list references.
Provide a brief summary of the reliability and validity of interviews. Conduct an online search for examples of interview questions. Select 3 questions that you would use in the interview process for a manager. For each question, identify the competencies that the questions are being designed to measure. Integrating examples and ideas from your readings and research this week, give an example of what you think a good and bad answer might be to each question and explain your position.
In this case study, you will analyze a testing scenario using your knowledge of testing and ethics.
Part A: Review the Case
A psychologist is redesigning a website to make it more appealing to clients. On the website, she lists several tests she learned about in graduate school. She also posts images of the tests, including the Rorschach inkblot cards.
Part B: Case Analysis
In a 5-6 page paper, addressing the following information:
1. Describe your immediate reaction to the scenario. What are the details you immediately noticed? What questions did the scenario raise about testing?
2. Identify and explain 3 factors that impact performance on projective tests.
3. Identify and discuss 3 reliability and validity concerns with the scenario.
4. Identify and explain at least 3 ethical concerns as per the APA Ethical Codes and how you would resolve the concerns.
Integrate academic sources on psychological assessment to support your position.
Please ensure that your paper is in APA format, using 12 pt Times New Roman font, double-spaced, with a title and references page. An abstract is not necessary. The paper should integrate 5-6 scholarly resources.