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What are the treatment issues associated with your role play situation and your intervention approach?

Please watch the video recorded 15-minute session with my pseudo clients in which it demonstrated a specific family dynamic foci (class, race, LBGT, disability, religion, immigration, mixed-race families, violence/abuse, adoption, addiction)  and enact a therapeutic situation. ( I sent the video)
Prepare a paper summary of your Critical Intervention Role Play in which you address the following:
First page : present the case and summary of the video
Then on the following pages
What are the treatment issues associated with your role play situation and your intervention approach?
How did you assess the problem?
How did you address contextual factors in your session?
What did you learn?
What would you do at the next session?
How might you approach a similar intervention with Immigrants and refugees, discussed in this week’s readings? ( I have uploaded the readings)
The video link:

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Identify a specific variable hypothesized to influence learning

FACTORS INFLUENCING LEARNING
Introduction
Identifying and verifying the wide range of factors that might predict student learning is a task dominating educational psychology from its beginning. Hundreds of potential variables have been identified and several models have been developed to help organize research findings.
As an example, imagine that you hypothesize that the student characteristic of learning style is a good predictor of how well students would score on measures of learning. You would then begin an inquiry on that topic using the Capella library’s databases of refereed journals (peer-reviewed scholarly journals) and identify a number of different approaches to defining and measuring learning style. You might find that there are a wide variety of approaches to defining and measuring this variable (Coffield, Moseley, Hall, & Ecclestone, 2004). There are some positive reviews of the concept (Joy & Kolb, 2009; Kotecha, 2019) and some negative reviews (Pashler, McDaniel, Rohrer, & Bjork, 2009; Kirschner, 2017). You would summarize your findings and draw a conclusion regarding the validity of your hypothesis.
Instructions
Your task as a new educational psychology researcher is to identify a factor that you believe to be an important predictor of student learning and report the results of your inquiry. While you have a lot of experience as a learner in a variety of contexts, you are bringing an inquiring mind to the scientific study of teaching and learning and you want to begin to understand some of the variables that have been studied and the methods used in this process.
In your assignment, include the following:
Provide an overview of prior research on the factors or variables that influence a specific measure of learning and analyze elements of the findings in relation to your topic.
Identify a specific variable hypothesized to influence learning, and provide specific methods by which it can be investigated scientifically.
Identify five research studies published in peer-reviewed journals that have investigated the variable you hypothesized to influence student learning and summarize each article.
Integrate research findings from the five articles you selected, and draw a conclusion based on the empirical evidence from these studies.
Structure
Your assignment should include:
A correctly-formatted APA title page.
An abstract that provides an overview of the document.
A body that includes an introduction and a summary/conclusions section and addresses all elements of the scoring guide.
A references page.

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What are your implicit theories of personality?

What are your implicit theories of personality? Specifically, what do you first notice about a person and how does it affect your impression of them? Where did this implicit theory come from? How might it lead to either accurate or inaccurate person perception?

How Many Seconds to a First Impression?


https://www.bbc.com/future/article/20190401-is-there-such-a-thing-as-love-at-first-sight

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Why do you think Seligman’s findings were so groundbreaking?

Label each section part 1 and part 2
PArt 1
The Learned Helplessness Experiment
Here is an article to help you understand the Learned Helplessness Experiment: https://www.verywellmind.com/what-is-learned-helplessness-2795326
Here is the research article on the Learned Helplessness Experiment: https://www.annualreviews.org/doi/pdf/10.1146/annurev.me.23.020172.002203
Here is a video on the Learned Helplessness Experiment:

Discussion Questions:
1. Why do you think Seligman’s findings were so groundbreaking?
2. Who would you expect to have more success, better health, and lower rates of depression – those with optimistic or pessimistic explanatory styles? Please explain your answer.
3. Taking from Seligman’s experiments, what are some ways you can help someone realize they have control over a bad situation?
4. What did the Learned Helplessness Experiment try to prove?
Part 2
The Milgram Obedience Experiment
Here is an article from Simply Psychology that will help you better understand the study:
https://www.simplypsychology.org/milgram.html
Here is the actual study article: https://www.gvsu.edu/cms4/asset/F51281F0-00AF-E25A-5BF632E8D4A243C7/milgram_behavioral_study_1963.pdf
Here is a short video to help you understand the Milgram Obedience Experiment:

Discussion Questions:
1. What is the main takeaway from this experiment?
2. Why are some people more persistent in their beliefs?
3. If this study was replicated today, do you think there would be similar or different results? Why or Why not?
4. Why do people choose to lose all morals and principles just to obey authority? How important is power in today’s world.
5. Do you think Milgram’s study justifies peoples unethical actions?

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Describe a fictional two-group experiment that could be tested with an independent t-test but violates the assumption required for homogeneity of variance.

Describe a fictional two-group experiment that could be tested with an independent t-test but violates the assumption required for homogeneity of variance. Explain what the researcher could have done to avoid this problem. Critique your classmates’ examples and/or suggest additional problems they may not have considered in their examples.

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Describe a fictional two-group experiment that could be tested with an independent t-test but violates the assumption required for homogeneity of variance.

Describe a fictional two-group experiment that could be tested with an independent t-test but violates the assumption required for homogeneity of variance. Explain what the researcher could have done to avoid this problem. Critique your classmates’ examples and/or suggest additional problems they may not have considered in their examples.

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Why do you think Seligman’s findings were so groundbreaking?

Label each section part 1 and part 2
PArt 1
The Learned Helplessness Experiment
Here is an article to help you understand the Learned Helplessness Experiment: https://www.verywellmind.com/what-is-learned-helplessness-2795326
Here is the research article on the Learned Helplessness Experiment: https://www.annualreviews.org/doi/pdf/10.1146/annurev.me.23.020172.002203
Here is a video on the Learned Helplessness Experiment:

Discussion Questions:
1. Why do you think Seligman’s findings were so groundbreaking?
2. Who would you expect to have more success, better health, and lower rates of depression – those with optimistic or pessimistic explanatory styles? Please explain your answer.
3. Taking from Seligman’s experiments, what are some ways you can help someone realize they have control over a bad situation?
4. What did the Learned Helplessness Experiment try to prove?
Part 2
The Milgram Obedience Experiment
Here is an article from Simply Psychology that will help you better understand the study:
https://www.simplypsychology.org/milgram.html
Here is the actual study article: https://www.gvsu.edu/cms4/asset/F51281F0-00AF-E25A-5BF632E8D4A243C7/milgram_behavioral_study_1963.pdf
Here is a short video to help you understand the Milgram Obedience Experiment:

Discussion Questions:
1. What is the main takeaway from this experiment?
2. Why are some people more persistent in their beliefs?
3. If this study was replicated today, do you think there would be similar or different results? Why or Why not?
4. Why do people choose to lose all morals and principles just to obey authority? How important is power in today’s world.
5. Do you think Milgram’s study justifies peoples unethical actions?

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Psychology and Education : Psychology

What are your implicit theories of personality?

What are your implicit theories of personality? Specifically, what do you first notice about a person and how does it affect your impression of them? Where did this implicit theory come from? How might it lead to either accurate or inaccurate person perception?

How Many Seconds to a First Impression?


https://www.bbc.com/future/article/20190401-is-there-such-a-thing-as-love-at-first-sight

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What is the time frame of tolerance to nicotine?

Describe the processes of tolerance to and dependence on nicotine. What is the time frame of tolerance to nicotine? What are the symptoms of dependence? (first question). Explain how caffeine is considered a “cradle to grave” drug. Give some examples to support your thinking (second question).
Requirements: You may use the textbook, but do not directly quote the authors; paraphrase into your own words. Also, include at least one academic journal article (one article for each question for a total of two) from the Belhaven Library databases (Academic Search Complete and/or PsycARTICLES) to support your writing.

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Describe Albert Ellis and rational emotive therapy’s view of the three stages of an emotional response

Describe Albert Ellis and rational emotive therapy’s view of the three stages of an emotional response include in the essay the role of the attention and imagination in the process of neurotic cycling leave a response to three paragraphs