This Assignment will require you to consider the history of psychology, as well as its future. The paper will assess your understanding of the material you have learned throughout this course about each of the major schools of thought in the history of psychology. These schools of thought include structuralism (Chapter 5), functionalism (Chapters 6 and 7), behaviorism (Chapters 10 and 11), Gestalt psychology (Chapter 12), and psychoanalysis (Chapters 13 and 14). In your paper you should describe the major themes and concepts from each of the schools of thought. You will then imagine you are a famous psychologist working in the field 10 years from now and consider what you would like your school of thought to be. You can be creative here and have fun with this! Describe what you would like your school of thought to be, being specific about the subject matter that you would like to work on. You should also integrate concepts from the major psychological schools of thought in the history of psychology into your discussion. Please see the grading rubric in the course Syllabus for further guidance.

Requirements for this Assignment:

Your paper should include a title page, introduction with thesis statement and conclusion. Below is a link to help you with your introduction and conclusion:

https://kucampus.kaplan.edu/MyStudies/AcademicSupportCenter/WritingCenter/WritingReferenceLibrary/TheWritingProcess/IntroductionsAndConclusions.aspx

Your paper should be 3-4 pages, not including the title page or reference page.

Your paper should include a reference to the textbook and at least 2 other academic sources . APA formatting and in-text citations must be used for each source referenced. When referencing the Readings, be sure to use APA guidelines. Information regarding APA formatting and citation can be found in the Writing Center and should be reviewed thoroughly. Below is a link to the document:

https://kucampus.kaplan.edu/MyStudies/AcademicSupportCenter/WritingCenter/WritingReferenceLibrary/ResearchCitationAndPlagiarism/CommonCitationsInAPAformat.aspx

Your paper should use Standard American English including correct grammar, spelling, and punctuation, and complete sentences and paragraphs. Your paper should be free of typographical errors.

Your paper should include a highly developed viewpoint and purpose.

Your paper should demonstrate superior organization. Communication should be highly ordered, logical, and unified. You should follow these guidelines for your paper:Title PageMain body of the paper 3 to 4 pagesReference pageCorrect APA formatting for in-paper citationsStandard margins: 1″ on all sidesStandard 12-point font sizeStandard double-spacing: average of 22 lines per page, and between 20 and 24 lines per pageText is left-justifiedexplain each school of thought

Topic: Capital punishment kills a human being it is wrong to kill a human being except in self defense. So capital punishment is wrong. 

 

Be sure to include the entire original argument in standard form, with your own added premise in bold. After you present the argument include a description of how the conclusion logically follows from the premises. Include also a reflection on whether it seems that the missing premise is likely to be true. 

**Textbook: With good reason: A guide to critical thinking by Hardy, J

** You have to put the argument into standard form and add the missing premise that would validly link the premise to the conclusion. Please read CH 2 in the textbook 

 . I just attached the article, please read it and write 3 pages. The first page agree argument, the second page disagree argument, the last page is an opinion for the article

I ntroduction, Literature Review, and Methods Section

Turn in the proposed methods section for your research paper as well as your introduction and literature review.

The introduction and literature review should address your research question: why it is important, and how prior research does or does not support your hypothesis, as well as providing a background on what we know about this topic.

Please refer to the material on the components of a research paper provided inModule 1 as you work on this document.

Your methods section, in addition to covering the subheadings of participants, instruments, and procedure, must include a fourth subheading called ethical issues and note any ethical issues that need to be considered, as well as how they would be handled.

Be sure to include a title/cover page and a reference page formatted in APA style.

 

 Your response should be at least four pages, double spaced, long. All written assignments and responses should follow APA rules for attributing sources. Confirm the latest edition number with your instructor.       Turn in the proposed methods section for your research paper as well as your introduction and literature review.

The introduction and literature review should address your research question: why it is important, and how prior research does or does not support your hypothesis, as well as providing a background on what we know about this topic.

Please refer to the material on the components of a research paper provided in Module 1 as you work on this document.

Your methods section, in addition to covering the subheadings of participants, instruments, and procedure, must include a fourth subheading called ethical issues and note any ethical issues that need to be considered, as well as how they would be handled.

 

Be sure to include a title/cover page and a reference page formatted in APA style.

 

Your response should be at least four pages, double spaced, long. All written assignments and responses should follow APA rules for attributing sources. Confirm the latest edition number with your instructor.

Assignment 2 Grading Criteria

Maximum 

Points

With clarity and good writing style/grammar, presented your proposed methods section for your research paper that is to include participants, instruments, and procedure, including a fourth subheading called ethical issues.

65

You submitted an introduction and literature review that included a research question, a statement regarding the importance of the research topic, background information and a review of the literature regarding the topic, and a proposed hypotheses

20

Wrote in a clear, concise, and organized manner; demonstrated ethical scholarship in accurate representation and attribution of sources; displayed accurate spelling, grammar, and punctuation.

15

Total:

100

  Plagiarism and Copyright violations are a serious issue and must be avoided.

Folks–note, as I’ve mentioned, that you will not *actually* be collecting this data and executing the methods here.  …but rather you’re describing what methods *could* be used to address your research question.  You’ll describe your sampling method and the participants you would use; the instruments (surveys, etc.) involved, and the sequence of events (the procedure), and finally address any ethical issues in the fourth subheading.  You might want to take a look at the methods sections of the research you have for your literature review to see how other authors have accomplished this, but of course, you would be describing your own original method for this assignment….

MUST BE NEW AND ORIGINAL WORK IN APA FORMAT. ALL POINTS MUST BE COVERED.

 

Write a 275 paragraph about: Examines causality of dementia

 

 

 

BELOW IS THE OVER ALL ASSIGNMENT

Select one of the following disorders:

DeliriumDementia<<<<——- Amnestic Disorder

Prepare a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper based on your research.

Discuss the symptoms of the disorder using the most current diagnostic manual.

Examine causality of the disorder and choose a perspective to discuss treatment options.

Cite at least five peer-reviewed sources.

Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.

 

Write: For this discussion, respond to the following.In one paragraph, describe the areas that others identified as your strengths. What was your reaction?

 In one paragraph, describe the areas that others identified as areas for improvement. What was your reaction?

 In comparing your own list with the areas others identified, what similarities and differences did you notice?

 Identify one strength you can capitalize on to become more successful in school. With which of the Big Five personality factors does it most closely match? 

 Identify one area of opportunity you can develop to become more successful in school. With which of the Big Five personality factors does it most closely match?

Your initial post must be at least 250 words in length.

This is my requirement and all the detail I need total of 4 pages, including the abstract. APA style in psychology format.

Jacby, Kelly , brown and Jasechko (1989) conducted an experiment investigating the “false fame effect”. in there study, they presented participants with a list of non-famous names and then determined if any of these names would mistakenly be called famous ( false fame effect) when asked to identify famous names from a list of non-famous evidence of a false fame effect when there was a delay between the name presentations and when they identified famous names, but not when the testing was immediate.

 

We conducted an experiment ro further examine the conditions under which the false fame effect occurs. In our study, we examined delay between the name presentation and fame identification task. We also examine the effect that the level of fame associated with the famous names had an false fame effect. Several numbers from the class participated in this experiments. Equal numbers of participants (or as close as possible ) were assigned to each of four conditions. All of this information was entered into spss data file. And you and your partner will conduct the appropriate analysis on the data. Be sure to think about the hypothesis before conduct the analyses.

 

After analyses the data, you and your partner will complete a APA write up of experiments. Only write up the Abstract and introduction, also include method part and Reference page.

 

For the introduction, you need to use minimum of 3 article to serve the background . One of the must be Jacoby, L. L., Kelley, C., Brown, J., & Jasechko, J.  (1989).   doi: 10.1037/0022-3514.56.3.326. For introduction, please state the experimental hypotheses in the end of introduction. For method section, there is total of 76 participants, 66 are female , 10 are male, 67 of them are from psychology class, mean age is 20.34, there are total of 20 famous name present in power point. The experiment did in classroom, and professor bring a cup that have many stick inside which labeled 1, 2 3 4, and every pick 1 stick. To decide which group you are in. and the each group will get the different handout to fill in. The participants will required to answer the question in handout and also circle the name in handout which you think it is famous. There are total of 4 groups. Following is the data we have

 

Delay – no delay, 45 minute delay

 

Level of fame – low fame, high fame

 

Fame delay proportion of previously presented names called famous total of 76 particpants

 

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Psychologists have described the human nervous system as the communication and control center for the body. The nervous system allows us to take in information from the environment, communicate the information to different parts of the body, and coordinate the body’s response. The nervous system itself is made up of neurons, or nerve cells, that communicate with each other by receiving and transmitting electrochemical signals, called neurotransmission. All human behavior is made possible by the activity of individual neurons working together in the nervous system. Think about a simple action you do every day, like answering your phone. When you perform this routine act, what are the individual neurons in your nervous system doing to make it possible?

In a multi-paragraph essay, explain how the activity of individual neurons enables you to perform a simple action like answering your phone. Be sure to describe the main parts of a neuron, explain the unique function of each part, and describe how neurons use electrochemical signals for neurotransmission. Include details from class materials, readings, and research on the nervous system to support your discussion.

Opinion 5.1 

Directions: Complete the following Pharmacotherapy chart. For each “Purpose of Medication,” list the name of a medication that is used for the purpose listed. Complete each of the remaining fields for the medication listed. List references in the “References” section provided below the chart.

 

Purpose of Medication

Name of Medication

Description of Medication (25 to 50 words)

Benefits of the Medication (25 to 50 words)

Risks of the Medication (25 to 50 words)

Application of Medication in Treating Co-Occurring Disorders (25 to 50 words)

Treat alcohol substance use disorders

 

 

 

 

 

Opiate disorders

 

 

 

 

 

Anxiety and depression

 

 

 

 

 

Detoxification of substances

 

 

 

 

 

Decrease cravings

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

References: