Need a thesis statement. ,For each of the correlation findings below, describe in a paper of 250-500 words whether you think the correlation is positive or negative, and give a plausible explanation.,,Finding 1: Studies have shown that the longer people are married the more similar their political and social views become. Is this a positive or negative correlation? Provide an explanation.,Finding 2: Studies have shown that the longer children had lived in an orphanage the lower their IQ scores are. Is this a positive or negative correlation? Provide an explanation.,Finding 3: Studies have shown that in large American cities, there is a relationship between the number of violent crimes and the number of stores that sell pornography depicting violence. Is this a positive or negative correlation? Provide an explanation.,While APA format is not required for the body of this assignment, solid academic writing is expected and in-text citations and references should be presented using APA documentation guidelines, which can be found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.
APA format with references 200-250 — American English Only. NO plagiarism.,What is the definition of functionalism, and on what does it focus? How did Darwin set the foundation for this theory?
Select one character, past or present, from a television show, movie, book, comic, game, etc.,,Briefly describe this character, including:,,What medium (television, movie, book, etc.) is he or she from?,,Why did you select him or her?,,What is his or her personality as depicted?,, Identify one approach (e.g., common-sense, psychodynamic, humanistic, etc.) that you feel is most accurate and useful in understanding this character’s personality. ,,Discuss this selected theory. Why did you select it? How might this theory help us understand your character’s personality? , ,Your initial post must be a minimum of 200 words and utilize at least one scholarly source (e.g., the course textbook, a peer-reviewed article from the Ashford University Library, or a professional web source), cited according to APA format as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.
I need help with this PowerPoint -Create a 10- to 12-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation, including detailed speaker notes,on traditional and contemporary psychodynamic theories. Include the following for each theory:,,•A description of the main propositions,•A description of the main components,•An analysis of the strengths and limitations,•An explanation of how the theories are similar to one another,•An explanation of how the theories differ from one another,,,Format your presentation consistent with APA guidelines.
Creative Paper: The purpose of this paper is to test your knowledge of the array of,psychological disorders, assessments, treatments and the importance of context in,disorders. It is intended to be a CREATIVE assignment that allows you to more fully,understand psychological disorders. The paper should be a 4-6 pages double-spaced,(12 point Times New Roman font, 1 inch margins) paper and citations should be in APA style. NOTE: The paper must be on ONE of the following topics: 75 points, ,Option A:,Choose any fictional character that you believe may have a psychological disorder(s).,Provide a brief summary of the character and the movie, book, show, etc. from which,the character came. Write about the psychological disorder or disorders you believe,s/he has and give reasons for your diagnosis. Why does s/he fit the DSM 5 criteria?,Give specific examples from the movie, show, or book in order to support your claims.,Additionally, explain contextual factors in the development of the disorder and how the,disorder impacts those contextual factors. Why do you think the character developed,these symptoms? Family issues? Lack of support from friends and family? Also, include,treatments you would recommend to alleviate his/her symptoms. Show critical thinking,about diagnoses and contextual factors in the development of such disorders. Do not,use any of the characters given as examples during class lectures.
McDonalds does team up with other companies whether it be Disney, Pixar, etc. to market their movies by including toys from popular new release films in the Happy Meal. This has been done since I was a child many, many years ago and it is tremendously effective and a win-win situation both for McDonalds and the movie studios. McDonalds increases sales and the movie producers benefit from increased "buzz" for their films. However, in the case of San Francisco the relationship between McDonalds and movie producers was not really the issue. The leaders in San Francisco saw the toy as "bait" on the part of McDonalds to lure children to eat what they deemed unhealthy food. We have now seen other cities seek to regulate other food items (NYC and their soda ban comes to mind). In a highly energized political climate with a good portion of the country experiencing an "Anti-government" spirit, when do you feel people say enough is enough. Have we become so politically correct that Happy Meal regulations are just to be expected? I suppose my bigger question is… where did common sense go?
The Internet and emerging forms of new technology present new opportunities for advertisers to reach the public. With this in mind, what do you feel is the future of advertising in the digital space? How can social media play a role in furthering the mission of advertisers to reach as many people as possible?
Imagine you work for a small clinic that offers counseling. Recently, a large number of people have come in wanting to seek treatment for their depression. In order to address this need, you’ve been asked to create a brochure that explains depression and its treatment.,Create a 6-8 page/pane brochure which does the following:,Defines "psychological disorders" and "abnormal behavior",Describes the classification that depression belongs under,Differentiates this classification from other classifications of psychological disorders,Describes depression and its symptoms,Explains treatment options, including the pros and cons for each type of therapy.