how does psych as a scientific discipline differ from casual observations we make in the world in everyday life? what are the similarities? Thanks
A class has 50 students. 13 are juniors, 20 are psych majors, and 24 are neither psych majors nor juniors. How many psych majors are juniors?
A class has 50 students. 13 are juniors, 20 are psych majors, and 24 are neither psych majors nor juniors. How many psych majors are juniors?
Can you tell me if I have this right? Are the major schools of psych? Structuralism, Behaviorism, Functionalism, Psychoanlysis, and Humanism? Just want to make sure I have the right ones. Thank you
a patient is brought into the ER for attempted suicide and given iv drugs including glucagon and gastric lavage and aspiration and then transferred to psych facility what are the medical codes used for the facility services? i don't want answer i just want to know if you ...
Kenvin and Cheryl had completed their first day of naturalistic observation of adolescents at the local high school. As they dicssed their experiences during the day, they found that they were both concerned about the difference their presence in the classrooms mad on ...
what are four subfields of psych?
what is the Psychodynamic understaning of depression
compare and contrast triat theory
What is the Importance of Research in Behavioral Science?
when and why is correlational research method used in a study?
What does the concept dualist metaphysics mean?
can anyone help me with the course for Axia college University of Phoenix
http://psych.colorado.edu/~mcclella/java/normal/accurateNormal.html Put the mean, and the standard deviation in the top of the applet. Having a lot of trouble with this one problem...any help would be appreciated The weight of the eggs produced by a certain breed of hen is ...
What is somatosensory? What is the difference between sensation and perception? Please help!
Can someone help me understand what the personal construct theory is? Thank-You
How does nature and nurture contribute to one’s self-efficacy?
What is an advantage and disadvantage of the Incentive Motivational Theory in Psych?
what are Similarities and Differences of Gangs and Organized Crime Groups
The basic building block of the nervous system is
Analytical Psychological Theory Assumptions, Reliability,Validity,and Application
Research on how easily men are persuaded in relation to women shows that
Im trying to use Tukey's HSD but I don't know how to get the qk part of the formula?
what are some of the ways that psychologists attempt to explain human behavior?
what does it mean to be empirical in the pursuit of knowledge? how dies this relate to the scientific method?
i need a critical thinking question about bulimia for my psych class.
______ occurs when one has fewer relationships than desired. a. shyness. b. loneliness. c. moodiness.
If motivation consists only of drive-reduction, what is the perfect state of a human being?
what are some of the limitations in using the Jungian theory while counseling depressed clients?
Why is it necessary to use the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual when working with clients? Is it an effective tool? Why or why not?
what are limitations that older psychology has? what is done to reduce thse limits from diminishing the value of research produced today?
Explain the contributions and limitations of leading theoretical perspectives that influence human development research
Can someone please give me an example that illustrates how one's cognitive processes can shape some aspect of personality. thank you?
How could an adolescent (aged 12-17) face Erikson’s crisis of Generativity vs. Stagnation, which is typically experienced in middle adulthood (2 pts)?
the population of the world between 1960 and 2000: doubled tripled remained stable decreased by half (maybe this one?)
HI I Like you to help me with my research on Attraction and repulsion of electrical charges If you would give me any links or websites and thank you alot thanx Check these sites. http://psych.hanover.edu/Krantz/neural/charge1anim.html http://www.glenbrook.k12.il.us/gbssci/phys...
Alfred Binet's work is associated with intelligence testing visual perception psychopathology comparative psychology classical conditioning
A physician who treats disorders of the nervous system is a A. Psychiatric social worker B. Neuroligist C. Psych neruologist D. Clinical psychologist Is the answer B?
I have a project due on citing sources summarizing concepts and theories can someone give me an wxample on how to do this please Citing sources for a psychology course? You'll be using the APA styleguide, no doubt. (Broken Link Removed) (Broken Link Removed) http://www.uwsp....
mouradian (2001) surveyed college students selected from a screening session to include tow groups a) perps b) comparisons...
I've seen adolescents with such a strong sense of their own importance, especially in sports, that they don't appear to care about anyone or anything else. What do you think?
A bank loan officer rates applicates for credit. The rating are normally distributed with a mean of 200 and a standard deviation of 50. Find the P60, the score which separates the lower 60% from the top 40%. I get 212.7, using the normal distribution tool at http://psych....
Explain, in a 200- to 300-word response, the biomedical approach as well as the psychodynamic, humanistic-existential, behavior, and cognitive approaches to psychotherapy
Is there an increased or decreased parasympathetic nervous system arousal in people with PTSD?
No idea how to do this. I looked in my book and there usually is a data set present to get the first, second and third quartile. The lifetimes of lightbulbs of a particular type are normally distributed with a mean of 392 hours and a standard deviation of 9 hours. Find the ...
Please define and describe relationship. What are the characteristics of a healthy marriage relationship of husband and wife.
I can't find an actual website that will help me do correct format for citation with APA format for a powerpoint presentation. Here are all the APA websites I know of. Whatever format you use, you'll need to include the same types of information: author title how published ...
Evaluations of a particular belief, person, object, or idea describe a person's : a. Attudes b. Motivation c. Predispositions d. Biases
should suicide be added to the DSM IV- TR and what are the reason for and aganist establishing a specific disorder related to suicide?
One major reason that groups tend to take greater risks than their members would take as individuals is
habitually listening to loud music through headphones can result in loss of hearing in the: A)Organ of corti B) middle ear C) auditory nerve D) semicircular canals
what are some biological and social influences of temperament and what ways are caregivers limited in being able to change an infant's temperament
The mean (μ) of the scale is 55 and the standard deviation (σ) is 7. Assuming that the scores are normally distributed, what PERCENTAGE of the population scores are above 59?
A(n) blank is an unwanted, intrusive, and often unpleasant thought that causes an increase in anxiety. a)compulsion b)phobie c)obsession d) Panic attack e) Hallucination I believe the answer is E
We (3) have to lead half hour class discussion on introduction to Psych., ask 3 questions, make a case study. We don't know where to start. It's only introduction?? Help!! tx
Describe and compare the uses and limitations of naturalistic, laboratory, and participant observation, case studies, tests, surveys and interviews, correlational studies and experiments.
Irresponsibility and carelessness describe the blank factor of the five-factor theory? a) Neuroticism b) Negligent C) Extroversion d) Openness to experience e) Conscientiousness I think the answer is e about 70% sure
Discuss ethical issues in psychology, including the use of animal subjects, confidentiality, informed consent, and the use of deception in research. Describe how psychologists' values influence their work.
Information to answer the question "What color is your vehicle? Would be located in blank according to the psychoanalytic theory. a) The Ego b) The conscious c) The unconscious d) The Superego e) The Preconscious I believe the answer is b not sure
an IQ test is given on a tuesday, when given the test again on thurs the child scores differently, this is an issue of what? function, reliablity, observation or reflection?
In organizational psychology, the "Big Five" refers to five general principles to be used when making changes. Is there anything missing from these five that would assist in helping make a smooth change?
All of the following fall into the category of anxiety disorders EXCEPT a) Posttraumatic stress disorder b) Hypochondriasis c) Obessive-compulsive disorder d) Specific phobie e) Panic Disoder I believe the answer is B
Survey results may be inaccurate due to : A) participants who do not tell the truth. B) the bias respondents C) the use of a representative sample D) failure of most statistical procedures in analyzing the results of surveys. I am stumped but beleive the answer is B. Any help?
What are defensive coping methods. What active coping methods might be healthier
One feature of taste aversion learning that is NOT found in any other type of learning is: A. learning with delays of several hours. B. very slow extinction. C. Both a and b D. Neither a nor b MY ANSWER IS D. IS THAT RIGHT?
Give a description of Erikson’s theory, including the stages of development using the criteria listed above. 2. Identify a character at each stage. 3. Choose three of the following studies found in the Library article search engine Psychology and Behavioral Sciences ...
Which is the best fertilizer for Mr. Jimenez’ backyard grass? Select the type of study most appropriate to the question. A. Experimental B. Experimental blinded C. Case-controlled observational D. Observational My answer is C
Freud's view that there is pertinent information in what is NOT being said is referred to as a) Resistance b) Genuiness c) Free Association d) An Automatic Thought e) Transference After looking up all of the definitions the only one that seems like it fits best would be c.
Which of the following categories of disorders is most prevalent in the United States? a) Mood Disorders b) Psychotic Disorders c) Substance Abuse/ dependence disorders d) Dissociative Disorders e) Anxiety Disorders I believe the answer is E
According to the results of cross-cultural research, distal parenting often results in toddlers who are self aware but less obedient than those who engage in proximal parenting? Is this False? I have no idea on where to find the answer to this...
I would like you to think about a salient event. How would that event currently shape the field of psychology (what gets funded, what gets studied)?
The Flynn effect is an example that shows a difference in IQ among : a. ages b. genders c. cohorts d. cultures Ok, i tried this one, and i thought the answer was "generations"...so i am confused as to what the answer is.
In the movie The Shawshank Redemption how does the prison in the film try to rehabilitate its inmates? Was it sucessful? and provide 3 examples of ways in which the prison (guards) enforce compliance to prison rules, were the enforcemnts necessary or effective, help on these ...
A department store has determined that 25% of all their sales are credit sales. A random sample of 75 sales is selected and the proportion of credit sales in the sample is computed. a) What is the probability that the same proportion will be greater than 0.34? In a random ...
Doyen & colleagues (2012) found that __________ effects were the reason that participants changed their walking speed. A. experimenter B. subject C. both subject and experimenter D. neither subject nor experimenter MY ANSWER IS C
Jane suffers from Panic Disorder. What Axis of the DSM would this disorder present on? A. Axis II B. Axis III C. Axis I D. Axis IV is A the right answer?
In a study of the development of noun usage, an investigator is interested in the relationship of the number of nouns in a child's vocabulary to the number of adults in the household. This type of project is: A. correlational in nature. B. experimental in nature. C. ...
All of the following would be considered psychotherpy EXCEPT: a) Cognitive Therapy b) Gestalt Therapy c) The use of ECT d) Aversion Therapy e) Humanistic Therapy I'm like 95% sure that the answer is c after looking up all the definitions of each of them. Thank You
Unlike psychodynamic approaches to personality, the learning approach emphasizes what? A) latent personality structures B) Self-actualization processes C) The Outer Person D) biological traits I thin the answer is C-Outer Person but just not sure of it.
What is "material pop culture"? I am supposed to write a question on my exam that explains how Canada has a culture through multiculturalism, social insitution and material pop culture thanks!
In which theory is it of utmost importance that an infant develops a relationship with at least one primary caregiver for both social and emotional development to happen properly? A. Attachment theory B. Culture C. Persistence model D. Erikson’s Stages of Psychosocial ...
what are the psychoanalytic models? How have these models been used to explain human behavior? Which models do you feel is the most effective explaining human behavior and why?
Using standard deviation. Normally distributed mean of 0 degrees standard deviation of 1.00 degrees celcius. 1. between 0 and 1.28 2. greater than 0.37 3. less than -0.92 4. between 1.50 and 2.50 5. between -0.90 and 1.95 6. less than 0 I don't know how to solve these problems...
Males make a mean of 531 on math SAT with standard deviation of 114. Minimum 600 score. what's the % of males that don't satisfy this requirement? Pregnancies usually distributed mean of 268 days and standard distribution 15 days. Baby born three week premature at least 3 ...
Men growing beards because women consider men with beards as good mates is an example of A. intersexual competition. B. intrasexual competition. C. macrosexual competition. D. microsexual competition.
Suppose that the number of insects captured in a trap on different nights is normally distributed with mean 2950 and standard deviation 550. b) Suppose that we change the location of a trap whenever it captures a number of insects that fall in the lowest 5%. If a trap was ...
In the movie Shawshank redemption, how did the prison in the film try to rehabilitate its inmates, was it successful? Provide 3 examples of ways in which the prison guards enforced compliance to prison rules, were the enforcements necessary or effective? Why was Red ...
In lecture the prof says A1 and primary visual cortex interchangeably. Are they the two just different ways of referring to the same thing or is A1 a specific regions in the primary auditory cortex?
Can someone help me which way can I approach this problem. A hint of a formula or anything would be helpful... Life of Light Bulbs A certain type of light bulb has an average life of 500 hours, with a standard deviation of 100 hours. The length of life of the bulb can be ...
Birth is a major adjustment for the infant as he/she leaves the familiar environment of the womb and takes his/her place in the world. Naming a baby is a part of this birth process. Being born and naming a child is considered: A. means of access. B. check points. C. rites of ...
Two common confounding variables that must be controlled in a nonequivalent control-group design are: A. selection and regression to the mean. B. selection and maturation. C. maturation and regression to the mean. D. sequence effects and maturation. MY CHOICE IS A. BUT IM ...
Jolene frequently gets into fights at school. When asked about her behavior, she says that she just can't help but fight. According to the psychoanalytic theory, Jolene likely has a) strong id b) penis envy c) A solid ego ideal d) A weak id e) A fixation at the oral stage I ...
WHat do I do if my family gripes all the time and won't do anything about it? Ap Psych. Ch 21 Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. Try not to listen to "negativity" and although it is difficult, try returning a positive comment. Many of those "gripes" can be ...
I also have to write a question for my exam on "is it appropirate for social sciences to use the word 'abnormal' with mental illnesses. Explain" I just need help with comming up with points i was going to say no becauae -it is just like any other illness -they should not be ...
Although it is normal to experience certain fears, when the fear becomes persistent, irrational, and seems to get in the way of every day life, that fear then becomes what? a)Biopolar Disorder b) An anxiety Disorder c) Conversion disorder d) Agoraphobie e) Panic Disorder I ...
Should I take psychology before sociology or take sociology before psychology. Like saying "You can't do well in chemistry unless you finish biology"
A comprehensive study of juvenile delinquency is conducted in every state-run reform school in Canada. A scale called the Antisocial Beliefs Scale is given to all juvenile delinquents. The mean (μ) of the scale is 71 and the standard deviation (σ) is 5. Assuming that...
In what situation would someone with agoraphobia try to avoid? a) sitting in the middle of a crowded movie theater b) shopping in a large mall without immediate access to the outside c) walking through a large field d) All of the above e) Choices A & B Only I think it's d or e...
Unlike the Rescorla Wagner model, Mackintosh's theory of attention states that: A. subjects can learn to pay increased attention to informative CSs. B. subjects can learn to pay less attention to uninformative CSs. C. Both a and b D. Neither a nor b PLEASE HELP
I have a test that accurately predicts who will learn statics quickly. My test has a. predictive validity but not reliability b. content validity but not predicitive validity c. predictive valisity and reliability d. neither validity nor reliability