Evaluate the authors’ use of literature using the Use of Literature Checklist as a guide Evaluate the research problem using the Problem Statement Checklist as a guide Explain what it means for a research study to be justified and grounded in the literature; then, explain what it means for a problem to be original using the Litmus Test as a guide Article A: Stedman-Smith, M., DuBois, C. L., & Grey, S. F. (2015). Hand hygiene performance and beliefs among public university employees. Journal of Health Psychology, 20(10), 1263–1274. doi: 10.1177/1359105313510338
uestion Description Now that you have gained all of this knowledge about Mindful Leadership, it’s time to put your knowledge to the test! To do so, conduct an interview with someone from your community, work, home, or social club whom you have determined to be a Mindful Leader. Use these questions to start with, but feel free to add your own! 1. Do you consider yourself not to be the “boss” even when you are? 2. What makes you happy? Does this drive your decisions to be a good leader? 3. What do you think makes you a good leader? […]
Question Description One of the central areas of study and research within social psychology is attitudes. There are three key areas of research: (1) how attitudes are formed, (2) the functions they serve, and (3) the nature of the attitude–behavior relationship. Early theorists speculated that attitude formation comes from an ego-defensive nature. More current research focuses on precise functions of specific attitudes. Ultimately, one goal of increased understanding of attitude formation is to be able to link attitudes to actual behavior, although this area of study has yielded conflicting results. For this Assignment, consider the impacts of cognition, affect, and […]
Question Description There are countless ways in which vested others (e.g., corporations, politicians, industries) try to change our attitudes toward a variety of issues or products. For example, advertising agencies attempt to persuade consumers to purchase certain products through the use of large, expensive advertisements. Politicians often try to persuade citizens that changing their attitude toward a political issue is in the citizen’s best interest. Changing an attitude toward a particular issue can affect a person’s behavior. However, changing attitudes is not easy. The process of attitude change is complicated and can occur through multiple direct or indirect routes. Consider […]
To demonstrate your mastery of this competency, you should Identify 3-4 key principles that govern human and animal behavior. Apply these principles to your own life. (e.g. How can you see them in daily life?) How do they enhance interactions between individuals and among societal groups? This paper should be 2-3 pages in length and use APA formatting (cover page, paper body formatting, citations, and references: see Rasmussen’s APA guide in the Resources tab, or by clicking here. Prior to submitting your paper, be sure you proofread your work to check your spelling and grammar. If you use any outside […]
Introduction: With the media’s increasing attention to police brutality, there is an increasing concern about the screening of mental health with police officers. Instructions: How do personality instruments aid in the selection of police officers? Why are psychological evaluations important in determining a police applicant’s suitability for hire? Are these screenings valid and reliable? Special Instructions: Create a 1 page essay in APA format according to the instructions above. Use 2 scholarly sources for references. Utilize in-text citations.
Post, describing the two cultures in relation to the one factor you selected that may mark adulthood. Next, explain one potential value and one potential limitation related to the factor that define adulthood in both cultures you selected. min 450 words Note: Be sure to support your postings and responses with specific references to the Learning Resources. Use proper APA format and citations Consider the following: Imagine you are middle-aged and belong to a family where your children are late adolescents. You have two teenage children and two very elderly parents. In some cultures, it is common for elders to […]
For this first Module Assessment, you will examine an international, credible news story or current event related to children and/or adult dilemmas from an expert consultant’s perspective. You will be asked to develop a series of talking points for a panel discussion you have been invited to attend. To Prepare: Consider the following: Imagine you are asked to be on a panel as an expert cultural psychology consultant to discuss an international, credible news story or current event regarding children and/or adults that is being debated. You are asked to develop a series of talking points for your panel discussion. […]
Question Description Khalil had several teeth pulled because of his excessive use of sugary snacks. When Khalil visits the dentist now, he breaks out into a cold sweat and becomes sick to his stomach once he sits in the examination chair. Every time Tucker says something unintelligent, Paul hits him in the back of the head. Now every time Tucker talks, he looks to see if Paul is near him.
Please select a news article (from a reputable source, such as the New York Times) that relates to some aspect of the criminal justice system and write an essay that applies class concepts to discuss and analyze the article and the issue it touches on. This article should be about something that interests you AND that is relevant to the course. You should use the article as a jumping off point to discuss and deeply analyze a criminal justice issue, event, or case. The goal is to use what you have learned in class to analyze a criminal justice issue […]