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Perform an anonymous act of kindness. Examples include helping someone carry groceries, paying for a stranger’s coffee, donating time or money to a cause you believe in, and so forth. Write a 700- to 1050 word summary of your experience. Address the following: Compare the respective roles of altruism, personal and professional social responsibility, and codependency. How does altruism apply to psychology or psychological principles? How does altruism improve the human condition? Are there limits to altruism? What are some personal and professional responsibilities related to altruism? What is the future of psychology, specifically in relation to altruism, in contemporary society?
Psychology | General Psychology | Posted: Yesterday‏
Paper type: Term Paper | Course name: phy
$35
  Prepare a 900- to 1,150-word paper in which you discuss the life span perspective of human development. Be sure to include the following items in your description: ·         Summarize three theories related to human growth and development and identify at least one influential theorist for each. ·         Identify aspects of the life span perspective. ·         Explain how heredity and the environment influence human development. Use a minimum of two peer-reviewed sources. Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.
Psychology | General Psychology | Posted: 2 days ago
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        Confirmation Bias (Student’s name) (Institution’s Name)                           Pages 1 Sources 1 Order type: essay Subject: case study Undergraduate apa U.S English     If you’re like me, you’re probably pretty happy and relieved that the world did not end on December 21, 2012 as some had feared.  However, before we get to celebrating, have you heard that there is some evidence showing that the world might end in May 2013?  That’s this month!  Isaac Newton, a physicist and mathematician best known for describing the laws of motion and gravity and for helping to invent calculus, made a prediction that the world would end in 2060.  However, a book recently written by David Flynn argues that Newton’s initial calculations were incorrect and that the world was slated to end in 2013.  In addition to Newton’s prediction, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (a.k.a. NASA) calculated that there would be an increase in solar radiation and solar flares from the sun sometime around May 2013 (read more about solar flares in 2013 here). Should we go about our normal lives?  Or, as the popular saying goes, should we live like’s there’s no tomorrow?  You are charged with evaluating the quality of these claims and the likelihood that we may indeed be enjoying the last month of the Earth’s existence. TEST YOUR CRITICAL THINKING BY ANSWERING THREE DISCUSSION QUESTIONS IN THIS "THINK LIKE A...PSYCHOLOGIST" FORUM.   1)  Describe one example from work, school, or home life where you were affected by subjective validation or confirmation bias. What did you do or could you have done to overcome the subjective validation bias you experienced. 2)  What can you do to help yourself or others feel more comfortable learning about and discussing topics that are considered supernatural in nature like witches, aliens, UFOs, psychics? 3)  What pieces of evidence make you believe or not believe in UFO sightings?  In what ways did this module impact your belief in UFO sightings?      
Psychology | General Psychology | Posted: Last week
Paper type: Essay | Course name: case study
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Question 1. 1. According to Caroline Heldman, which of the following is a question that applies to her sexual object test? (Points : 1) Does the image show people having sex? Does the image show a person as something that can be bought or sold? Does the image display a full image of a woman? Does the image display violence against people in the image? Question 2. 2. According to Gilligan, stages five and six of Kohlberg’s analysis of moral development involve (Points : 1) an egocentric understanding of fairness shared conventions of societal agreement a logic of equality and reciprocity a disposition of emotional affectivity Question 3. 3. In Held’s article, a thinker named Annette Baier claims that the history of Western ethical thought does not take into account feminine aspects because (Points : 1) The great moral theorists were men who had little intimate interaction with women. The great moral theorists were often loving husbands. The great moral theorists hated women. The great moral theorists Question 4. 4. What, according to Noddings, do male philosophers tend to say about death (as opposed to women)? (Points : 1) Men are more brave in the face of death than women because of their natural courageousness Death tends to be harder on men due to their attachments to the glory of this world Women are more able to allow their faith in the afterlife overcome their aversion to death Male philosophers often talk as though the world or reason and abstraction is superior to the physical world of the body Question 5. 5. In Gilligan’s article, the example of Heinz involves which crime (Points :) theft murder arson racketeering Question 6. 6. According to Held, the following have been aligned with femininity in the history of Western thought (Points : 1)       emotion weakness passion all of the above Question 7. 7. Gilligan claims that females tend to see relationships as these (Points :) hierarchies  webs  rules  duties Question 8. 8. According to Colin Stokes, in this film all the heroic, wise, and villainous characters are female (Points :) The Little Mermaid Star Wars The Wizard of Oz Les Miserables Question 9. 9. Held claims that this abstract concept has guided the development of Western ethics (Points : 1) The man of reason The feminist woman The child of love The mother of care Question 10. 10. What does Noddings say about women’s feelings about the death of the body? (Points : 1) Women, more than anyone, just want to know that the soul of their child has gone to heaven Women know the preciousness of the body because they create them and care for them Women are happy not to have to deal with the messiness of dead bodies Men tend to be more sensitive to the death of the body since they are the ones that have to risk their own lives in war Question 11. 11. In the video “Sexism in the News Media 2012” some newscasters blame military women for this (Points : 1) being killed in combat being raped being war heroes not being able to have children Question 12. 12. In Gilligan’s example, the child named Amy focuses on this aspect of the Heinz dilemma (Points :) the logical nature of the problem a utilitarian calculus that weighs the options Kohlberg’s theory of moral development the relationships involved in the dilemma Question 13. 13. According to psychiatric studies, which of the following has been discovered about the relationship between criminal violence and childhood abuse? (Points : 1) Criminal violence follows childhood abuse equally in males and females Women are more likely to commit criminal violence if the childhood abuse was at a younger age When criminal violence follows childhood abuse it is almost always in males No correlation has been found at all between criminal violence and childhood abuse Question 14. 14. What does Noddings have to say about essentialism about gender? (Points : 1) It is the clearly false view that men and women have essences It is problematic because it has been associated with creation and because it has always favored males over females It wrongly assumes that God could not have made us in ways that were contrary to our ‘essential nature’ Culture is irrelevant; all of our behaviors are innate Question 15. 15. This is the name of the female goddess to which young girls are dedicated and then forced into prostitution in India (Points : 1) Vishnu Krishna Lakshmi Yellamma Question 16. 16. Held uses this example to talk about the political distinctions that separate men and women in the realms of the public and the private (Points : 1) a business man going out for cocktails a mother nursing her child a city planner developing a building a mother homeschooling her children Question 17. 17. This is the name for prostitutes in India who have been dedicated to a female goddess (Points : 1       Hindus Hiermala Devadasi Sangli Question 18. 18. This is one way that men can contribute to the destruction of sexual objectification of women (Points : 1) they can be kind to women they can tell women that they are attractive they can stop seeking attention they can stop evaluating women based on their looks Question 19. 19. Which answer best describes Noddings’s statements about how mothers frequently to feel about losing their children in war? (Points : 1) Mothers rest assured that the deaths of their children was fully justified by the good they did in the war Mothers often allow their desire to demonstrate patriotism to override their natural opposition to war and the death of their children Mothers universally oppose war and the death of children that it inevitably brings Mothers are generally more enthusiastic for war than anyone else because they know it will make the world safer for future generations Question 20. 20. What does NelNoddings say about rates of violent crime among men and women? (Points : 1) Men are naturally much more violence prone than women Women commit nearly as much crime as men do; gender differences here are illusory Men can be socialized not to commit crime, as seen in many eastern societies There has been no clearly  
Psychology | General Psychology | Posted: Last week
Paper type: Short Answer | Course name: PHI 208
$14
Grading Guide Psychoanalytic Model Paper This assignment is due in Week Five. Content 60 Percent of grade • Discusses the foundations and components of psychoanalysis • Evaluates the contributions and criticisms of psychoanalytic models to the explanation of human behavior Organization and Development 20 Percent of grade • The paper is 1,750 to 2,100 words in length. • The paper is clear and organized; major points are supported by details, examples, or analysis. • The tone aligns with the assignment’s purpose and is geared toward the appropriate audience. • The paper provides relevant and sufficient background on the topic. • The paper is logical, flows, and reviews the major points. Mechanics and Format 20 Percent of grade • The assignment file is presentable and functional. • Rules of grammar, usage, and punctuation are followed; spelling is correct. • The paper—including the title page, reference page, tables, and any appendices—is consistent with APA guidelines.
Psychology | General Psychology | Posted: Last week
Paper type: Term Paper | Course name: PSY/310
$20
HISTORY OF COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY       Create a 10- to 15-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation lecture for your class in which you address the following:   Describe the history of cognitive psychology. Explain how and why psychometric studies are used to study cognitive psychology. Discuss the benefits of research in psychometrics.   Include at least two scholarly peer-reviewed articles, in addition to the course text. Include speaker notes with your presentation. These should thoroughly explain the bullet points on the slides. Format your presentation consistent with APA guidelines.
Psychology | General Psychology | Posted: Last week
Course name: PSYCH 640
$20
Prepare a 1,150- to 1,400-word paper in which you explore human response to physical structure. As a part of your paper be sure to address the following Describe how physical structure affects human behavior. Analyze architecture as a means of controlling human behavior. Describe the environmental psychological implications of commercial and residential design, including purpose and considerations. Analyze the importance of architectural development supporting sustainable development.
Psychology | General Psychology | Posted: Last week
Course name: PSY 460
Biological Psychology Worksheet
Psychology | General Psychology | Posted: Last week
Course name: PSY 340
· Prepare a 1,400- to 1,750-word paper in which you compare and contrast the perspectives of John B. Watson and B.F. Skinner with that of Edward C. Tolman. Describe how each perspective relates to the field of modern-day psychology. Be sure to focus your paper on the specific similarities and differences between the perspectives
Psychology | General Psychology | Posted: Last week
Course name: PSY 310
$10
The Effects of Population Density and Noise
Psychology | General Psychology | Posted: Last week
Course name: PSY 460
$15


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