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Biological and Humanistic Approaches to Personality Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper analyzing the biological and humanistic approaches to personality. Your paper should cover the following areas: Use Maslow's hierarchy of needs to discuss the extent to which growth needs influence personality formation. Describe biological factors that influence the formation of personality. Examine the relationship of biological factors to Maslow's theory of personality. Explain the basic aspects of humanistic theory that are incompatible with biological explanations of personality. Include an introduction and conclusion in your paper. References-Use 2 references from the UOP Library in addition to the text. In addition you may also use 1 web reference.  
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Week Three Quiz Complete the following quiz. Choose your response by highlighting your answer. 1.When we perform an experiment, we a. measure independent variables, b. produce dependent variables. c. produce control variables. d. produce a comparison. e. hold independent variables constant. 2. The control group in an experiment a. fixes the level of a variable across all experimental conditions. b. is often untreated. c. receives the same level of the independent variable as the experimental group. d. refers to the manipulation of the independent variable. 3. In research on the decompression of pregnant rats, the independent variable is ______, a dependent variable is ________, and a control variable is _______________. a. Reduced air pressure; behavioral tests; strain of the rat b. Body weight; climbing ability; time of day c. Atmospheric pressure; age of rat; climbing ability d. Number of decompressions; body weight; home cage e. Experimental group; control group; test performance 4. In experiments, independent variables are a. the result of careful measurements. b. extraneous to the experiment and held constant. c. extraneous to the experiment and allowed to vary randomly. d. independent of experimenter control. e. varied by the researcher. 5. Dependent variables are a. manipulated by the researcher. b. potential independent variables that are held constant. c. measured by the researcher. d. probable behavioral causes. 6. One reason a valid experiment may produce null results is a. the range of levels in the independent variable was insufficient to show an effect. b. the dependent variable reflects a broad range of performance. c. that the experiment is conducted in an environment that is too difficult. d. that reactivity occurs in the participants (e.g., they adopt the role of “good behavior”). 7. In experiments, the independent variable should be _________, the dependent variable should be __________, and the control variable should be ________. a. controlled; constant; randomized b. constant; an effect; causal c. free; restricted; elevated d. balanced; unconfounded; an effect e. manipulated; measured; held constant 8. An interaction occurs when a. an independent variable effects a dependent variable. b. one independent variable effects a second independent variable. c. the effect one dependent variable has is not the same at each level of a second dependent variable. d. the effect one independent variable has is not the same at each level of a second independent variable. 9. Which of the following is an example of the Hawthorne effect? a. Experimenter bias b. Reactivity in an experiment c. Participant observation d. Unobtrusive outcomes 10.  A variable that inadvertently causes an experimental result is a.  confounded with the dependent variable. b.  confounded with the independent variable. c.  confounded with the control variables. d.  unlikely to be important in experiments. 11.  Construct validity permits one to do which of the following? a.  Generalize b.  Attribute causality c.  Have confidence in constructs d.  Support hypothesis 12.  Which of the following is a source of construct invalidity? a.  Bias b.  Random error c.  Carry-over effects d.  Counterbalancing 13.  If a study has external validity, one is entitled to a.  generalize. b.  attribute causality. c.  have confidence in constructs. d.  support hypotheses. 14.  Internal validity allows one to do which of the following? a.  Generalize b.  Attribute causality c.  Have confidence in constructs d.  Support hypotheses 15.  Which of the following is the most likely to have the greatest internal validity? a.  Surveys b.  Case studies c.  Relational research d.  Experiments 16.  Test reliability determined by a correlation between scores from the same test taken at two different times is called a.  test-retest reliability. b.  parallel forms reliability. c.  split-half reliability. d.  predictive reliability.  17.  Statistical reliability determines whether results a.  will occur five percent of the time. b.  occur because of chance. c.  are internally valid. d.  are produced by bias. 18.  Which of the following is a major threat to internal validity? a.  Confounding b.  Deviant-case analysis c.  Truncated range d.  Dependent variables 19.  A type of validity that is specifically concerned with being able to make causal statements about relationships between variables is _______________ validity. a.  External b.  Internal c.  Construct d.  Predictive 20.  A replication of research helps to determine ______________ validity. a.  Construct b.  External c.  Internal d.  Predictive    
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Sample paper needed for this assignment. Post-decisional regret is another term for: (p.283) Tensions between two alternatives Cognitive dissonance Decisional dissonance Self-perception processes What is an example of a 'wrong' alternative way to reduce cognitive dissonance? (p.286) Trivializing the attitude-discrepant behavior Minimizing personal responsibility Reaffirming one’s positive sense of self worth and integrity Alcohol or drug use What types of attitudes are more likely to be accessed directly? (p.286) Specific attitudes General attitudes Well established or important attitudes Trivial attitudes Which theory argues that attitudes and social norms are an important part of intentions, which then produce behavior? (p.293) Cognitive dissonance theory The effort-justification effect Theory of reasoned action Self-perception processes Which factor can influence intentions and plans when people are monitoring their behavior against their intentions? (p.294) Plans Intentions Emotions Social norms
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PSY 315 Week 5 Individual  Assignment Resources: Statistics for Psychology Prepare a written response to the following assignments located in the text:   ·         Ch. 7, Practice Problem: 14 ·         Ch. 8, Practice Problem: 18 ·         Ch. 9, Practice Problem: 17 ·         Ch. 11, Practice Problems: 11 and 12.   Note. Methods of computation may include the usage of Excel, SPSS™, Lotus®, SAS®, Minitab®, or by-hand computation.
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PSY 460 Week 4 Individual assignment - Human behavior paper Paper  Prepare a 1,150- to 1,400-word paper in which you explore how human behavior can negatively and positively affect the environment. As a part of your paper be sure to address the following:   ·         Explain how environmental cues shape behavior and provide at least one example. ·         Evaluate how behavior can be modified to support sustainability and how this can limit a negative impact on the environment. ·         Describe how social norms influence behavior and beliefs about the environment. ·         Identify at least two possible solutions that could successfully change behavior and habits in order to lessen negative environmental impact.   Include at least three references from peer-reviewed sources. Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.
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Prepare a 1,200- to 1,400-word paper in which you analyze late adulthood and the death of an individual as a culmination of the life span developmental process. Be sure to address the following items in your paper. Examine ageism and stereotypes associated with late adulthood. Evaluate how individuals can promote health and wellness into late adulthood and mitigate the negative effects of aging. Analyze the importance of relationships and social interactions as an individual nears end of life. Identify cultural and personal attitudes about death and dignity in late adulthood. Use a minimum of three peer-reviewed sources. Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.
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