It’s a midterm exam, chapters 1-7. 50 questions. 2 hour limit. Most questions you will be able to find online. Some you will have to skim the lecture notes. So have two windows open, one with the notes and the other with the exam.


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Heuristics are a mental shortcut in the problem solving and decision-making processes. While heuristics can speed up the decision-making process, they can produce errors. Availability, anchoring, and representative heuristics are three types of heuristics in this module.



1. Explain availability heuristic, anchoring heuristic, and representative heuristic (in your own words)



2. Give an example of a problem that you face in everyday life that lends itself to the use of heuristics. Explain how you solved the problem through the use of one of the heuristic mentioned in example one. (BE SPECIFIC so I can evaluate your understanding of heuristics). 



3. Of the three types of heuristics we discussed in this module, which type have you used most frequently – or which do you think you will use most in the future? Why?

Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper in which you summarize the major assumptions and fundamental questions associated with psychological testing. Address the following in your paper:Define the term test .Describe the major categories of tests and identify the major uses and users of these tests.Compareand contrast the concepts of reliability and validity and discuss how they affect the field of psychological testing.


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Nonverbal communication replaces, reinforces, and contradicts verbal communication. Describe a time when nonverbal communication caused you to misinterpret the message in a work situation (explain the type of nonverbal cue using the information in the text). Then, using the guidelines for improving nonverbal communication in the text, explain how you can keep this from occurring again.


It should be at least 200–250 words in length.


You may use the following reference: Wood, Julia T. Interpersonal Communication: Everyday Encounters, 7th Edition. Cengage Learning, 2013. VitalSource Bookshelf Online.


Week 4 Group Influence Assignment

Resources: Group Influence Assignment

Read Group Influence Portfolio Assignment located on the student Web site and complete assignment as directed.



1970 words

5 Sources in APA format

Scored: 14/15


Please Use this tutorial as a Guide only

In your Final Project, you will synthesize an overview of the major theories relating to the pathology of a disorder as well as provide a detailed discussion of the etiology (causes) and clinical interventions, using research to support your analysis.  Your topic will be the neuropsychological disorder that was selected and approved by the instructor in your Week One assignment, and for which you provided an outline in the Week Two assignment.  

In keeping with the focus of this class, the emphasis of your paper will be on the neuroscience aspects of the disorder, to include:  Theories of etiology (causes)Associated factors in development of the disorder (genetic, environmental, familial, lifestyle)Pathology (abnormalities of physical structure and function, including genetic and biochemical aspects)Treatment options (pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic, with rationales for use based on current understanding of the disorder)Diagnostic and research technologies employed in clinical diagnosis, care, and basic science research  

Your research will include a minimum of six to eight peer-reviewed sources, which provide evidence-based information regarding the biological and psychological features of the disorder and were published within the last five years. At least four of your references should be peer-reviewed publications of original research studies. To justify your assertions, provide in-text citations for all factual statements taken from your research, with corresponding references drawn from scholarly sources.  All citations and sources are to be documented according to APA style, as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center, and should support and enhance your analysis of the selected disorder. Sources may include review articles, original research articles, information from government agencies (e.g., National Institutes of Health, Centers for Disease Control, Food and Drug Administration, Drug Enforcement Administration) or professional societies (e.g., professional society position papers or clinical practice guidelines).      

Final Project- Components

Section I:  Introduction

This section should provide a general introduction to the topic as well as an overview of the background and history of the disorder. Further, it should provide a succinct thesis statement of the purpose and overall direction of the paper.  For instance, if your paper will have a large focus on the role of particular neurotransmitters in the etiology of the disorder as a rationale for treatment options, you should indicate this in the introduction. Finally, this section should provide demographic data that indicates the prevalence of the disorder in both general and specific populations.  

Specific required components of the Introduction:    Succinct thesis statement (one or more sentences detailing the focus of your Final Project and informing the reader about your topic and the scope of your paper)Define the type of disorderNeurologicalPsychologicalNeuropsychologicalDiagnostic criteriaWhat components must be present for the disorder to be diagnosed?Include physical and psychological signs and symptoms.  Reason(s) why you chose this topicPersonal experienceProfessional experienceOther reasonEpidemiologyWho is affected?Are they young/old?Male/femaleRural/urbanEthnicities

Section II: Discussion

This section should make up the majority of the Final Project in terms of size. Here, you will expand upon the main aspects of the disorder and provide details relating to the disorder and its management. This section should provide specific and detailed information (Reminder: All statements of fact require an in-text citation).   Cited/referenced sources should be used to support your analysis of the components of the discussion.  

Specific required components of the Discussion section:    Detailed description of the disorderSigns and symptomsEpidemiologyAny subtypes of the disorderDetailed description of the natural history of the disorderHow the disorder develops over time with treatmentHow the disorder develops over time without treatmentMethods used to diagnose, evaluate, and manage the disorderInitial diagnosis (e.g., physical exam, imaging and/or laboratory testing, special studies, psychological evaluation, psychometric testing)  Ongoing management (e.g., physical exam, imaging and/or laboratory testing, special studies, psychological evaluation, psychometric testing)Risk factorsGeneticsLifestyleEnvironmental factorsOther causative factorsKnownTheorizedNervous system structures and/or pathways involved in the disorder (detailed information regarding the underlying pathology as it applies to these structures and functional pathways)Neurotransmitter(s) and receptor system(s) involved in the pathology of the disorderCurrent treatment optionsDrug (pharmacologic) therapiesNonpharmacologic therapies (including psychological and other therapeutic services)Type of care providers (e.g., medical, nursing, therapists)Type of healthcare setting (e.g., hospital, home, outpatient, nursing facility)Future areas of researchTreatment optionsEvaluation and diagnostic methods for initial diagnosisIncreasing knowledge relating to etiology and pathologic processes

Section III: Conclusion

Provide a concluding summary of your findings regarding your selected disorder. The conclusion is a summarization of information that has already been presented.  Typically, if you mention something in the conclusion section of an academic paper, you should have already mentioned this aspect of the topic earlier in the paper. 

Specific required components of the Conclusion section:    The conclusion reaffirms your initial thesis statement.The conclusion may be one or more paragraphs. Use the material you have discussed in the paper to support the validity of your synthesis and elaborate on the theme of your paper.

Writing the Final Project

The Final Project: Must be 10 to 12 double-spaced pages in length, and formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.Must include a title page with the following:Title of paperStudent’s nameCourse name and numberInstructor’s nameDate submittedMust begin with an introductory paragraph that has a succinct thesis statement.Must address the topic of the paper with critical thought.Must include section headings, formatted according to APA style, to organize your paper. Each paragraph must have a minimum of three full sentences.  Must include in-text citations for all statements of facts obtained through your research.Remember that direct quotes (identical phrases or sentences taken from a source) require in-text citations with appropriate formatting.Statements of opinion should be clearly stated as such, and include a rationale to support why you hold this opinion (e.g., personal or professional experience, your research findings).Must end with a conclusion that reaffirms your thesis.Must use at least six to eight scholarly sources that were published within the last five years, including a minimum of four peer-reviewed original research studies.In general, dictionaries and encyclopedias are not considered appropriate resources for academic writing.Must document all sources in APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.Must include a separate reference page, formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.

Carefully review the  Grading Rubric for the criteria that will be used to evaluate your assignment.



DUE ASAP …must be new and original work. all points must be covered in apa format,


In a minimum of 300 words, respond to the following:Considering the norms of the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2 (MMPI-2), describe the best way to interpret an MMPI-2 profile with non-Caucasian individuals. Search the Argosy University online library resources and other scholarly sources for background information on this test.What are the cultural competencies necessary for an unbiased psychological evaluation and report? What ethical and multicultural issues do you need to address to ensure that the psychological evaluation is unbiased and accurate

use at least one peer reviewed source



For this assignment, you are to write a paper analyzing one test in each of the eight major assessment categories listed below.

You should utilize at least five sources from additional professional literature, relevant textbooks, and the Mental Measurements Yearbook for relevant information on these testing instruments. Your paper should be approximately 10 pages long (approximately 1 page per test). 1 page double space is about 300-350 words…


Required Components:

Mental Measurements Yearbook with Tests in Print can be found in the “M” section on the Find Articles and More page of the Argosy University online library. For each test using the Mental Measurements Yearbook, explain the following seven topics:Test purposeUses, particularly in a forensic settingTest development and history (any revisions made)Normative information and test statisticsApplicable populationsValidity and reliabilityMalingering or deception

When your paper is complete, you will have a discussion on a total of eight tests (one from each of the categories mentioned below). Be sure to choose just one test from each category and do not discuss more than eight tests. Also, do not include any tests that are not listed below.

Assessment Categories and Tests:Mental Status Exam

Appearance, Motor, Behavior, Sensorium, Thought Process, Thought Content, Communication, Speech, Perception, Mood, Affect, Cognition/Orientation, Response to Proverbs, Estimate of Intelligence, Memory, and InsightSubstance AbuseSubstance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory (SASSI)CAGE QuestionnaireIQ/Cognitive FunctioningWechsler Adult Intelligence Scale, 4th ed. (WAIS–IV)Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children, 4th ed. (WISC-IV)Kaufman Brief Intelligence Test, 2nd ed. (KBIT-2)California Verbal Learning Test, 2nd ed. (CVLT-II)Reynolds Intellectual Assessment Scales (RIAS)Projective PersonalityRorschach InkblotThematic Apperception Test (TAT)Objective PersonalityPersonality Assessment Inventory (PAI)Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory-III (MCMI-III)Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI)Competency to Stand TrialMacArthur Competence Assessment Tool-Criminal Adjudication (MacCAT-CA)Georgia Court Competency Test (GCCT)Competency Assessment Instrument (CAI)Risk AssessmentViolent Risk Appraisal Guide (VRAG)Sex Offender Risk Appraisal Guide (SORAG)Hare Psychopathy Checklist-Revised (PCL-R)Insanity/Criminal ResponsibilityRogers Criminal Responsibility Assessment Scales (RCRAS)

Create a professional development Power Point presentation explaining benefits and barriers of the triangular relationship of the family, school, and community.Cite specific examples of where these relationships have been implemented and successful.

No slide minimum just please be detailed and answer each element

If possible I would like to have this back by midnight tonight, eastern-time, if that is just impossible I can stretch it to Monday about noon eastern-time. Let me know which is more conveniant for you or if you are able to complete it for tonight, that would be great, thanks.