Influences on Behavior and Psychological Disorders Outline & Presentation

Absolutely no Plagiarism…Grading guide attached…PLEASE REVIEWCreate an outline for the Influences on Behavior and Psychological Disorders Presentation, due in Week 5.Include the following:IntroductionAll introductory pointsThesis statementBodyMain topics and subtopicsConclusion, including preliminary concluding statementsReference list, including four references formatted consistent with APA guidelines===== PRESENTATION===================Some psychologists specialize in the study and treatment of psychological disorders, such as schizophrenia, mood disorders, eating disorders, and anxiety disorders. For your presentation, research and explain various elements that influence physical and mental health and behavior.Create a 15- to 20-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation on one of the following psychological disorders:DepressionBipolar disorderAnorexia nervosaAntisocial personality disorderObsessive-compulsive disorderSchizophreniaBorderline personality disorderInclude the following:Describe the general behaviors associated with the disorder.Explain how biological influences play a role.Are there biological reasons an individual may exhibit behaviors related to the disorder? Explain your answer.Describe how altered states of consciousness related to sleep, psychoactive drugs, or meditation and hypnosis affect individuals with the disorder.Describe how the disorder could affect memory.Provide a brief description of any biological influences on the memory of individuals with this disorder.Are there any memory distortions commonly involved with the disorder?Select two personality theories. Compare the theories, describing each theory’s application to the disorder.Evaluate the effectiveness of at least two therapies used to treat the disorder.Include at least four scholarly references.Include detailed speaker notes on each slide.For Local Campus students, these are oral presentations accompanied by PowerPoint® presentationsFor Online Campus and directed study students, these are PowerPoint® presentations with speaker notes.Format your presentation consistent with APA guidelines.

please read ApA grammar spelling.Please use victims name and document the picture by number when referencing case files

6-2Assignment: Investigating a Crime: Phase II – Concepts Related to the VictimPlease use victims name and document the picture by numberPhase II of the criminal investigative analysis process continues with a focus on the victim. Victimology is evaluated in three stages:Pre-Offense – All information providing insight on such things as:Victim selectionVictim risk level (high/low)Possible relationship to offenderOffense – All information providing insight on such things as:Victim actions during offenseNature of the offenseRelationship to offenderPost-Offense – In homicides, actions by offender can sometimes provide insight into:MotivationsOffender/victim relationshipIn a 2- to 3-page analysis of the victim include:Pre-offense behaviorOffense behaviorPost-offense behavior victimologyVictim risk levelVictim/offender dynamicsReadingTurvey, B. E. (2012). Criminal profiling: An introduction to behavioral evidence analysis (4th ed.). San Diego, CA: Academic Press.Chapter 7, “Forensic Victimology” (pp. 163–187)Chapter 8, “Sexual Deviance” (pp. 187–212)Chapter 9, “Sexual Asphyxia” (pp. 213–234)Chapter 10, “False Reports” (pp. 235–252)

week 6 discussion 1 soc pol

Post an explanation of the specific challenges or gaps in the mental health care system for the care of individuals with chronic mental illnesses. Base your response on the Parker case. Then, describe how environmental stressors, such as poverty, can aggravate mental health carel illness and make treatment more challenging.Respond to at least two colleagues by offering strategies for how the challenges your colleagues described should be addressed to ensure better mental health care.

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I need help with this assingmen (professional ethics,law, and psychology) it’s only suppose to be 2 to 3 pages

8 psycholoy questions

5.1 What are special considerations around confidentiality within an adolescent/child’s group?  How would you approach these in a group of adolescents or children?This discussion question meets the following CACREP Standard: 2.F.6.b. Dynamics associated with group process and development. This discussion question meets the following NASAC Standard:93) Understand the concepts of “process” and “content,” and shift the focus of the group when such an intervention will help the group move toward its goals.5.2   You are leading a group of adolescents referred because of school, behavior, and/or   substance use. Describe an opening exercise and a trust-building exercise you might use with this group. Explain your choice.This discussion question meets the following CACREP Standard: 2.F.6.b. Dynamics associated with group process and development.   This discussion question meets the following NASAC Standard:92) Facilitate group growth within the established ground rules, and precipitate movement toward group and individual goals by using methods consistent with group type.6.1  What form of resistive behavior (or difficult behavior displayed by a group member) would you find most problematic in one of your groups and why? How might you work in a therapeutic way with such a member’s behavior?This discussion question meets the following CACREP Standard: 2.F.6.f. Types of groups and other considerations that affect conducting groups in varied settings.6.2  While conducting a group for adults struggling with addiction, one of the participants has come to the last three groups late. Explain how you might deal with this client’s tardiness.This discussion question meets the following CACREP Standard: 2.F.6.c. Therapeutic factors and how they contribute to group effectiveness.7.1  Under what circumstances might it be beneficial to design a group in which both children and their parents would participate? What special issues might arise in such a group, and how would you manage them?This discussion question meets the following CACREP Standard: 2.F.6.g. Ethical and culturally relevant strategies for designing and facilitating groups.7.2  Now that you have read about therapeutic techniques and procedures, choose two techniques that you would most likely use and explain why. Choose one that you are least likely to use and explain why.This discussion question meets the following CACREP Standard: 2.F.6.f. Types of groups and other considerations that affect conducting groups in varied settings.8.1 When developing and implementing an adult support group, the following important guidelines should be considered: how the group is organized, how the format of each group session is structured, and what the short-and long-term outcomes of the group are. Consider the following three adult support groups: an HIV/AIDS support group, grief group for elderly, and a domestic violence support group. What similarities do you see, and how do these similarities suggest guidelines for developing these groups?This discussion question meets the following CACREP Standards:  2.F.6.a. Theoretical foundations of group counseling and group work.  2.F.6.f. Types of groups and other considerations that affect conducting groups in varied settings.This discussion question meets the following NASAC Standards:89) Describe, select, and appropriately use strategies from accepted and culturally appropriate models for group counseling with addicted or substance abusing clients.93) Understand the concepts of “process” and “content,” and shift the focus of the group when such an intervention will help the group move toward its goals.8.2 At some point in your career, you may be asked to design and implement a group for involuntary clients, such as domestic violence perpetrators, drunk drivers, substance users, abusive parents, or prison inmates. What are your thoughts and feelings about working with mandated group participants?Describe fully. How would you approach counseling differently with them than with voluntary participants?This discussion question meets the following CACREP Standard: 2.F.6.f. Types of groups and other considerations that affect conducting groups in varied settings.Each questions needs to be answered with 150-200 words and have to have a cite in the answer.  Explain belowQuestion.answer    “Cite”Questionanswer    “Cite”and so on

LAB REPORT ( Self Design & Simulated Data Points ) 750 Words Only

You are required to design a study, analyse data, generate graphical representation of the data, and prepare a multi-media laboratory report.It is a 750 word count lab report, however it requires you to design a study for example :” Effect of Age and Depth of Processing on Recall ” or you can come up with your own psychological model if you are more comfortable with another topic.After which, data points have to be simulated through  RStudio Cloud or RStudio, the script to simulate data is attached below.Once done, you just have to piece together everything into a lab report. The script simulating data & lab report guide are both attached.It is not easy, please read through and understand what is required before bidding.

PHYSIOLOGY

This week, we covered psychological disorders and how they are diagnosed. Psychologists rely on the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, to assess psychological disorders. In the book this week, we read Rosenhan’s study on labeling.  Summarize this study, in your own words. What are the implications of this study for you as a future health care provider?   If you were a health care provider, would you avoid making a sudden judgment about a patient based on labeling?

Final Project

You will complete the word document that is attached the last page its three sections that need completion.please read and understand the files attached for this assignment.  You are welcome to make any adjustment to other sections of the word document as you see may fit.

Vargas Family Case Study: Genogram

Details:Read “Topic 3: Vargas Family Case Study.” Based on the   information gathered in the first three sessions, create a genogram   for the Vargas family.The genogram can be handwritten and scanned, completed as a PDF, or   completed using Word tools to ensure it can uploaded to LoudCloud.   Include the following in your genogram:All family members referenced in the full case studyInclude ages (if known), marriages, divorces, and deathsSubstance use identifiedMental illness identifiedAll relationship dynamics