In the past, a one-cause approach was more accepted and utilized to understand p

In the past, a one-cause approach was more accepted and utilized to understand psychopathological behavior. However, today, it is more accepted that there are multiple causes that can explain the development of mental illness.
For this assignment, you will describe the early ways of thinking about psychological disorders through today’s current view and explain the multidimensional model and the major dimensions of mental illness. Please use the given template to answer the following questions:
Explain what early thoughts and beliefs existed about what caused mental illness.
Describe one of the psychological traditions and how it furthered the beliefs about what causes mental illness from that of the early beliefs by the Greeks and from religions. Select from: Freud’s theory of the unconscious, humanism, or behaviorism.
Explain the idea of a multidimensional approach and how it differs from a single-dimensional approach to understanding the major causes of mental illness.
Last, referring directly to the textbook, provide an overview of each of the major approaches of a multidimensional integrated model listed in the textbook. For each major approach, include its central tenant(s) as it relates to the explanation (or cause) of mental illness. The six dimensions noted in your readings that provide an explanation or cause for the development of mental illness are biological, psychodynamic, behavioral, cognitive, humanistic-existential, and sociocultural. For example, from the biological approach, an imbalance of neurochemicals is believed to influence (or cause) behavioral changes as well as heritability. The approaches that will need to be summarized include the biological, psychodynamic, behavioral, cognitive, human-existential, and sociocultural.
And watch the following TED Talk:
Markita Patricia Landry: A clinical test for mental illness? Landry
DSM-5-TR

The professional use of self in forensic psychology is a critical tool to engagi

The professional use of self in forensic psychology is a critical tool to engaging in effective practice; it is the marriage of our personal self, including our personal experiences and values, with our professional self as informed by our education, training and the Code of Ethics. An important part of forensic psychology training and education is to develop a critical awareness of self, in order to employ use of self in practice in a manner that is ethical and sound.
The purpose of this reflection is for students to “tune in” to self and reflect on their personal and professional experiences as it relates forensic psychology practice with justice involved populations. Students should critically think about how their experiences might shape their “use of self’ as a professional clinician.
As this is a reflection assignment, there is no right or wrong answer. Responses should be genuine and demonstrate the student’s commitment to professional development.
In a 2 to 3-page reflection, please answer the following:
1. ) Report about your experience with incarceration, whether it has been personal, professional or both (no more than 1 page)
2. Define use of self in forensic psychology (1/2 page)
3. ) Discuss how your experience with incarceration (as discussed in question 1) could potentially shape your use of self as a forensic psychologist? (1-1 ½ pages)
**Special Instructions**
Students should answer these questions genuinely and according to their level of comfort: there is no need to be graphic or extremely specific. Consider “where you are at” in your professional development of self, allowing this to inform your writing and report. For example, you may refer to your experiences in a general way if you are more comfortable doing so, and this may be helpful in order for you to keep appropriate boundaries. APA not required.

The goal of this assignment is to discuss, in depth, a classic study on children

The goal of this assignment is to discuss, in depth, a classic study on children’s cognitive development. You should read the corresponding Baillargeon article (*You do NOT need to read Experiment 3) and answer the following questions about the study. Each question is marked with the point value. Late assignments will receive half credit. You may type your answers directly into this document to upload when complete, or you can type your answers into a separate document as long as younumber each response.
Some tips before you start: Focus on understanding the methods, then go back and re-read the intro and discussion as needed. Read Experiment 1 closely, but them skim Experiment 2 (it is nearly identical in procedure to Experiment 1). Figure 1 is helpful understanding the procedure and shows two different conditions (Experimental and Control; the vertical columns in this figure) and two phases (habituation and then test; the horizontal sections of the figure). The test phase included two different types of trials (depicted in the figure). One additional tip – Baillargeon comes from the “nature” side of things and has more of a nativist theoretical approach to cognition. (I have attached the assigned reading as a PDF**)
1. Complete the chart below.
Experiment 1
Experiment 2
Ages Tested
Habituation consisted of?(what did the child see?)
What is the control/baseline condition?
What is the experimental/test condition?
Dependent variable(s)
Independent variable(s)
2. What were the results? Hint, look at the test trials in Figures 2 and 3 along with the text. Who looked longer at what?
Experiment 1
Experiment 2
Control group
Experimental group
3. How does Baillargeon explain her results? Why does she think kids behave in this way? Think about possible theoretical views she is coming from.
4. What might be an alternative explanation for her findings? Think critically about potential third variables, or reference lecture notes on different theories to give you ideas if you are stuck. *There is no right or wrong answer, but you mustexplain WHY you think your reason could lead to the same results as Baillargeon.

The goal of this assignment is to discuss, in depth, a classic study on children

The goal of this assignment is to discuss, in depth, a classic study on children’s cognitive development. You should read the corresponding Baillargeon article (*You do NOT need to read Experiment 3) and answer the following questions about the study. Each question is marked with the point value. Late assignments will receive half credit. You may type your answers directly into this document to upload when complete, or you can type your answers into a separate document as long as younumber each response. Some tips before you start: Focus on understanding the methods, then go back and re-read the intro and discussion as needed. Read Experiment 1 closely, but them skim Experiment 2 (it is nearly identical in procedure to Experiment 1). Figure 1 is helpful understanding the procedure and shows two different conditions (Experimental and Control; the vertical columns in this figure) and two phases (habituation and then test; the horizontal sections of the figure). The test phase included two different types of trials (depicted in the figure). One additional tip – Baillargeon comes from the “nature” side of things and has more of a nativist theoretical approach to cognition. (I have attached the assigned reading as a PDF**)
1. Complete the chart below. Experiment 1
Experiment 2
Ages Tested
Habituation consisted of?(what did the child see?)
What is the control/baseline condition?
What is the experimental/test condition?
Dependent variable(s)
Independent variable(s)
2. What were the results? Hint, look at the test trials in Figures 2 and 3 along with the text. Who looked longer at what? Experiment 1
Experiment 2
Control group
Experimental group
3. How does Baillargeon explain her results? Why does she think kids behave in this way? Think about possible theoretical views she is coming from.
4. What might be an alternative explanation for her findings? Think critically about potential third variables, or reference lecture notes on different theories to give you ideas if you are stuck. *There is no right or wrong answer, but you mustexplain WHY you think your reason could lead to the same results as Baillargeon.

1. As discussed in the book and in the powerpoint presentation, there is the my

1. As discussed in the book and in the powerpoint presentation, there is the myth of adolescence being a time of strife and turmoil,. Do you agree? What was your adolescent period like?
2. Additionally, review the information below as well as the powerpoints. Share your thoughts on identity crisis, parental involvement, substance use, eating disorder, and suicide. How would you address these issues with teens and parents, especially now during COVID-19 restrictions? How useful was the information in the twelvetalks link (review the wheels and gender identity sections? How would you use those resources to talk to teens, parents, and your family members?

Movie: “The Farewell” (2019) written and directed by Lulu Wang *I attached the c

Movie: “The Farewell” (2019) written and directed by Lulu Wang
*I attached the course materials (cultural psychological concepts) and Assignment Instruction word file below.
(You can write down the answers in the Assignment Instruction word file I attached.) Thanks for your help!!😊 *The contents below are the same as the Assignment Instruction word file. Purpose: Movies are not only fun to watch, but also provide us with an opportunity to capture human behavior on film. The purpose of this movie assignment is to apply cultural psychological concepts learned in course to real-world phenomena. Please complete this assignment after watching the movie “The Farewell.” Assignment Instructions: Identify 3 cultural psychological concepts learned in class that are depicted or exemplified by the characters of the movie. When you watch the movie, pay attention to the cultural differences between Billi, who grew up in New York, and her parents and family members from China. Responses should be concise: no longer than 300 words for each entry. Any entry that are more than 300 words will not be graded. 1. Describe a scene/situation/behavior/characters where you observe the manifestations of the differences between independent self vs. interdependent self? a. Describe the cultural differences you observed from the scene. e.g., In the movie, [description of what happened in the scene that illustrate cultural differences]. b. What are independent vs. interdependent selves? c. How does the scene connect to independent and interdependent self? 2. Describe one scene that connect a theory about cultural differences in self, self-esteem, emotion expressions, motivation, or parenting styles etc. a. Describe cultural differences you observed from the scene.
b. Name and define the specific concepts/theories.
c. discuss how that can explain the cultural differences of the scene.
3. Describe a different scene that connect a theory about cultural differences in self, self-esteem, emotion expressions, motivation, or parenting styles etc. a. Describe cultural differences you observed from the scene.
b. Name and define the specific concepts/theories.
c. discuss how that can explain the cultural differences of the scene. (Please answer in a numbered or bullet-point format. Do not answer in an essay format.)
Additional instructions:
• Make sure you choose different concepts for each entry.
• The concepts should be specific cultural psychological terms, not everyday terms and not overly broad terms.

compose a 200-word journal reflecting types of reinforcement utilized in their o

compose a 200-word journal reflecting types of reinforcement utilized in their own childhood.
Think back to your childhood. What type of reinforcement worked best for you when you were in grade school? Was it positive or negative? Did this change in high school?
Your journal entry must be at least 200 words in length. Provide at least one supporting source. Your source does not have to be scholarly. A popular source is acceptable.

Reflection Paper and article attached: You will choose an article a topic of dev

Reflection Paper and article attached: You will choose an article a topic of developmental psychology of your choosing from a peer reviewed professional journal. Topics must be related to psychology concerns and modern issues. Materials should contain required content, correct spelling, citations, punctuation, grammar, and reflect a professional manner.
To include in the paper: highlight the main points of the article->
The hypothesis of study and theories discussed.
Participants (ethnicity, number, gender, ages, etc.).
Describe the theory used by investigators.
Methods used to obtain findings.
Findings/conclusions.
Limitations.
The broader relevance of the research
Any other pertinent information you deem necessary to summarize the article.
Reflection section: How the article (your research) made you feel/ think about/ what your experience with the topic, and why are these your thoughts, why you chose the topic, how does it relate to concepts addressed in class already, what more did you want to know that was not included in the article?
Reference (article, textbook, and any other sources used to help you in your presentation, use APA style for citations)

This project is a reflection on your reading of Chapter 2 – Reviewing Your Child

This project is a reflection on your reading of Chapter 2 – Reviewing Your Childhood and Adolescence. It is worth 50 points. The project has two components: a 3-paged minimum paper, should include your responses to the Content Items below. Content Items:1.An assessment of your self-concept and the childhood experiences which helped to create it. Include an explanation of what self-concept is and how it develops.2.A descriiption (including an example from your life) of the ego-defense mechanism that you tend to use the most and your thoughts about why you tend to use this particular one.3.Your thoughts about Erikson’s stages of psychosocial development. Select one of the stages and compare/contrast your experience of that stage with the theory.4.“Where I’m From Poem” – See Page 3Written Paper
Your paper should be a minimum of 3, double-spaced pages (no triple or quadruple spacing between paragraphs!) with 12 point Times New Roman font
Number your pages
Include a Title Page with your name, date, class (this is not included in the page count)

Write a paper from the information gathered in the attached Parts 1 and 2 to dev

Write a paper from the information gathered in the attached Parts 1 and 2 to develop part 3 which is a case and treatment plan for your client vignette.
Develop a case conceptualization for your vignette that includes:DSM – 5 Diagnosis and Cultural ImpactHow does client’s strengths, limitations and other key factors inform client’s prognosis?
Client’s presented concerns
How do your client’s concerns affect the case of diagnosis?
What areas of transference that can impact the vignette’s view during the cultural intake?
Develop a recommended treatment plan for your vignette that includes:Why is your recommendation(s) the best course of action? What conclusion(s) and related logical outcome(s) support your treatment plan?
How is your the evaluation informed with evidence(s) and cultural perspective(s)? What opposing treatment plan viewpoints are considered in your plan to both corroborate and verify your recommendation(s) for the client?
How can your plan integrate Christian Worldview principles and perspectives?
Submit your paper on your vignette’s case and treatment plan by the specified deadline.Requirements
Citation Requirements: minimum of 4 scholarly sources utilized with a minimum of 5 citations
Word Count: 750-1000
APA Formatting