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PSY 211: Final Project Document

Overview

The final project for this course is the creation of an analysis paper . The paper should demonstrate your understanding of one of the nine developmental stages.

Analyze your chosen topic within the framework of one of the nine developmental stages. The final product represents an authentic demonstration of

competency because it allows you to demonstrate understanding, application, and critical evaluation of the major concepts presented in this course. You should

demonstrate knowledge of how your particular topic unfolds within the chosen developmental stage. The topic must differ from your short paper topics.

The project is divided into three milestones, which will be submitted at various points throughout the course to scaffold learning and ensure quality final

submissions. These milestones will be submitted in Modules One, Three, and Five. The final submission will be in Module Seven.

In this assignment, you will demonstrate your mastery of the following course outcomes:

  Articulate and illustrate the typical path of human development using key biological, cognitive, and social-emotional terms and concepts

  Assess the impact of various influences on the developmental process using contemporary theories and themes of development

  Apply the scientific methodologies of developmental psychologists to the analysis and interpretation of real-world research findings

  Examine conventions about growth and change over the life span through critical, collaborative inquiry that reflects a sense of responsibility for the

wider implications of various viewpoints

  Draw and illustrate connections between the principles and themes of developmental psychology and their applications to current issues, contemporary

problems, and one’s own life

Prompt

Develop your own individualized final paper topic, which you should be able to cover thoroughly in 1,000–1,500 words. Some topic examples include how

exposure to certain hazards during the prenatal period can affect a person at a particular stage of life; gender and cultural development; the effects of peer

relationships on development; and the psychosocial considerations of aging throughout the life span. After choosing a paper topic, choose a stage of

development (e.g., prenatal) that you will focus on when you write about your chosen topic. For example, if you were to choose “development and role of

attachment” and “infancy,” your final paper would focus mainly on the development and role of attachment during infancy. More specifically, it might describe

and discuss parent–infant attachment styles and how secure versus insecure attachment styles develop. You would also explore ways attachment may unfold or

progress in later stages of development as well as the role or influence attachment can play (e.g., relationship development) in later stages of development

Requirement for Psyc 502 Research Paper: The paper (6pages) will compare Existential Therapy and Psychoanalytic Therapy (Frued) as it relates to philosophy, key concepts and tenets, stragtegies and technqiues, and goals. Additionally, the paper will include a discussion of the appropriateness of each approach for culturally and diasibility diverse psoulation. The paper should have a clear introducation, purpose, and logical discourse. APA style format is required with references (which includes 5 empirical articles).

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For this Assignment please be sure you have listened to the NPR Podcast entitled Outsourcing Compassion: Debriefing Trauma Patients and read the two short articles from Regel and Lewis before completing the Assignment.

 

Both the podcast and the articles you read state that critical incident stress debriefing does not reduce the incidence of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), in fact, for some individuals it may produce PTSD. In a 300 – 500 word response, discuss why this may be and, address whether preventing an officer from developing PTSD should be the measure of success for a critical incident stress debriefing or if there should be other reasons to use it.

Attitude and Behavior

 

Reflect on the relationship between personal attitudes and resulting behaviors, using the Theory of Planned Behavior, Cognitive Dissonance Theory, and Self-Perception Theory as your references.  If someone has a negative attitude toward a particular individual or group, for example, what are the potential implications of their behavior toward that individual or group? How do implicit and explicit attitudes differ?

Go to the Project Implicit website and take the Implicit Association Test (https://implicit.harvard.edu/implicit/).  Choose any test within the demonstration category.  After retrieving the results of your test, share them with your classmates and consider their accuracy. Were you surprised by your results? Do they accurately portray your attitude toward the group? Do you think these types of tests are reliable in measuring prejudice? Please explain your answer.

Respond substantively to at least two of your classmates’ posts.

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

Attributions

 

Examine the role of attributions in our social world. What are attributions, and how do we use them in our daily lives? Discuss the differences between internal and external attributions and describe the fundamental attribution error.  For example, what would be the explanatory style of a person who makes internal, stable, and global attributions for positive things and external, unstable, and specific attributions for negative things? Also consider the individual who does the opposite; what does this behavior tell us about the person?

 

a 2- to 3-page paper that addresses the following components. Be sure to include references to Learning Resources, including media:Based on what you learned this week, create your personal definition of intelligence, and explain how your cultural frame of reference influences your definition.Compare (similarities and differences) your cultural frame of reference for intelligence with another culture’s frame of reference.Analyze the two online intelligence tests in terms of their appropriateness for use with people in all cultures. Using specific examples, explain why they are or are not appropriate for use across cultures.Select two cultural factors (e.g., environmental, socioeconomic, biological, and family) that you believe have the greatest influence on intelligence. Explain the factors and why you believe they have such influence.

Complete a diagnosis for “Peeping Tom.”Provide specific supporting information.Explain social issues that should be addressed and why, and briefly describe any additional information that might be significant to the diagnosis and assessment of this individual.Briefly describe any difficulties you might have in assessing or diagnosing this individual, and any background issues or biases you might have that would contribute to making this a challenging case to assess or diagnose.

Can you please answer my questions for me its due by 4/19/2016 10am cst

Access the Mental Measurements Yearbook, located in the University Library, through theTest Guides and Preparation link.

Select two assessments of intelligence and two achievement tests.

Prepare a 12- to 15-slide presentation about your selected instruments. In your analysis, address the following:Critique the major definitions of intelligence. Determine which theory of intelligence best fits your selected instruments. Explain how the definition and the measures are related.Evaluate the measures of intelligence you selected for reliability, validity, normative procedures, and bias.Your selected intelligence and achievement assessments. How are the goals of the tests similar and different? How are the tests used? What are the purposes of giving these differing tests?

Format your presentation according to APA guidelines.

Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your assignment.