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Everything is done, i have the pictures(are uploaded) of the data that needs to

Everything is done, i have the pictures(are uploaded) of the data that needs to be uploaded into the spss file(Statistics data files) i have also uploaded an example of how it should look. If you do not have the spss in your computer let me know.

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Assignment 7: Group work – Who Has the Power? No unread replies. 14 14 replies.

Assignment 7: Group work – Who Has the Power?
No unread replies. 14 14 replies.
View the movie Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl.
Your individual contribution
Choose one movie character for your analysis of his/her power. The name of your group is one of the movie characters, but you may choose any character you like for your analysis. Create a post stating which character you have chosen. Characters will be chosen on a first-come, first-served basis. The first person to post a character’s name will analyze that character. No two members of a group may analyze the same character. Your post with your chosen character’s name (not your complete analysis).
Using the RICE acronym described in Chapter 4 of Hocker and Wilmot, analyze your chosen character’s interpersonal power currencies as demonstrated in the film.
Your analysis should thoroughly examine your character’s power currencies and should address how his/her currencies affect his/her interaction in conflict in the film. The word count for your analysis should be around 400-500 words. If you include quotes from the movie, do not include them in your word count.
Creating your group product
The first person to post his/her analysis will be the group leader. This person should appoint an editor and class liaison for your group and should lead the group in its discussion and in creating its final product and a timeline for completion of the final product for this assignment.
As a group, decide which character has the most interpersonal power based on the analysis done by your group members. Once the choice has been made, the group leader should open a Canvas collaboration that the group will use to work together to make improvements in the analysis.
IMPORTANT NOTE FOR GROUP LEADERS: When creating your Canvas collaboration, invite your group members and your instructor(s) individually by name. Do not invite the name of your group. (Since there may be more than one section of the course, there will be groups in other sections with the same name as yours, so inviting by the group name causes confusion.)
All members should make a significant contribution to this effort.
The editor will check the final product for grammar, punctuation, and APA compliance. Cite and reference your sources when appropriate. The movie must be properly cited.
The word count for your group’s final product should be about 600-700 words. This does not include quotes from the movie or your references.
When the editor is finished proofreading, each individual group member should type his/her name and his/her role in the group at the top of the first page. This signifies that you have read over the analysis and are satisfied with the final product.
The class liaison will post your group’s completed analysis to the class discussion board on the following page.
As individuals, all group members should read and comment on the final posts made by other groups. This will be assessed on the class discussion page.
After you are done with my post you need to come up with 2 responses for other students posts. Here are the other students posts.
1. For this discussion on picking a character from Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, I picked Norrington because I thought he showed a decent amount of power throughout the movie, being he was the Commodore. Below is my RICE acronym on Norrington.
Resource Control (Hocker et al., 2021): In the movie Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, Norrington was promoted to Commodore of Port Royal at the beginning. Meaning he is an officer of high ranking. So for resource control, he holds a formal position that brings him valuable resources and power through leadership. Overall, this position brings him the most power and helps with conflicts by having a say and even ordering the Governor around. For example, a specific conflict Norrington had where his power was apparent was when the pirates attacked Port Royal to get the gold necklace. Norrington admittedly takes control and orders his officers to fight back. Then he sees Governor Swann and orders him to take cover in his office.
Interpersonal Linkages (Hocker et al., 2021): Norrington had the support of Governor Swann, Elizabeth Swann, and the other officers. With that support, he had power. The Governor thought of him as a fine man and wanted his daughter Elizabeth to marry him. So having that support gave him even more power as a person because the interpersonal linkage is about having a solid support system and about whom is among those supporters. The most promising interpersonal linkage he had was with the Governor as a supporter. Because the Governor is of high ranking, Norrington has that to his accessibility.
Communication Skills (Hocker et al., 2021): Norrington leads his officers throughout the movie. He led them with excellent and strong communication skills as they went on multiple missions throughout the movie. For example, when he leads his crew in a search party for Elizabeth, and at the beginning of the movie, when talking to Elizabeth about wanting to marry her. Also, when she turned him down at the end of the movie. Throughout, he had decent communication skills. Those skills improved at the end of the movie, with him more understanding of Jack Sparrow.
Expertise (Hocker et al., 2021): Norrington has expert power in being the Commodore because his leadership is needed among the officers. He had exceptional knowledge, skills, and talents he used as a Commodore.

References:
Verbinski, G. (Director). (2003). Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl [Film]. Jerry Bruckheimer Films.
Hocker, J. L., Berry, K., & Wilmot, W. W. (2021). Interpersonal conflict (11th ed.). McGraw-Hill Higher Education (US). https://mbsdirect.vitalsource.com/books/9781264164264
2. I chose Captain Jack Sparrow for the Power character discussion based on the movie Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl. Jack Sparrow is the lead character of the movie and portrays different types of power throughout the entire movie. Below is my RICE acronym for Jack Sparrow.
Resource Control (Hocker et al., 2021): In the movie Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, Captain Jack Sparrow demonstrates Resource Control when he meets with Joshamee Gibbs and ask for his help to support and bring a crew of Pirates onboard the ship he had been given to save Elizabeth Swann. Their ultimate goal is to rescue Elizabeth Swann who was kidnaped by Hector Barbossa and onboard the Black Pearl Ship. The majority of the crewman were supportive of the task with the exception Anamaria. When Anamaria asked what she would get for the support Sparrow reluctantly said, the ship. He used his resource power to get her to agree to join the crew.
Interpersonal Linkages (Hocker et al., 2021): An example of how Sparrow used Interpersonal Linkages was when he partnered with Will Turner. He knew that Will’s blood was what Hector Barbossa wanted and he used his skills in connecting Will to Barbossa so that ultimately, he would get what he wanted which was to be the captain of the Black Pearl once again. Sparrow, having Will as a partner also helped him in fighting his battle to win the fight against Barbossa. In the end Sparrow used this linkage to help him become a fee man after Turner pronounces his love to Elizabeth Swann.
Communication Skills (Hocker et al., 2021): Jack Sparrow displays a plethora of communications skill throughout the movie. The first scene of the movie is when he communicates with the deck hand and is overlooked that he did not tie up his boat. He then communicates with the two soldiers guarding the ship in a way that distracts them from doing their job so that he could sneak on the boat. He communicates with Joshamee Gibbs to help him form a crew that will successfully lead them to overtake the Black Pearl. Sparrows’ stellar communication skills towards Hector Barbossa at the end of the movie is what ultimately became the demise of Barbossa.
Expertise (Hocker et al., 2021): Sparrow was called the worst captain ever by James Norrington while he onboarded the ship that Sparrow and his crew were trying to take over. After Sparrow made an epic move to have Norringtons crew onboard their ship and Sparrows crew board the larger more robust ship that Norrington came from he then retreated his message by saying that Sparrow was the best Captain he has ever seen. Throughout the movie you see Jack Sparrow using a robust amount of expertise to get in and out of the predicaments he faces.

References:
Verbinski, G. (Director). (2003). Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl [Film]. Jerry Bruckheimer Films.
Hocker, J. L., Berry, K., & Wilmot, W. W. (2021). Interpersonal conflict (11th ed.). McGraw-Hill Higher Education (US)

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In this assignment you will build on the work for Assignment 3A: Presentation by

In this assignment you will build on the work for Assignment 3A: Presentation by completing a written report that focuses on the application of positive psychology to a real life social issue which has a significant effect on broader society. The broad aim is to demonstrate how positive psychology might be used to help address some of the problems related to a chosen social issue/s. In doing so, you will be expected to apply key positive psychology principles and draw upon relevant research and theory to evaluate how effective and applicable positive psychology may be as an intervention.
TOPIC: Anxiety disorders in youth and adolescents
INTERVENTION: Art therapy/creativity + Mindfulness
Structure
The report that you produce should be divided into four different sections that should:
Introduce the aims of the report and clearly establish the parameters (what will be discussed).
Provide a detailed overview of the chosen social issue.
Provide a detailed overview of the chosen positive psychology principle(s).
Provide a detailed descriiption of a proposed positive psychology based intervention and/or program designed to help reduce the negative impact of the chosen social issue.
More details on what you should include in each of the sections are provided below.
Section 1: Introduction
In this section, you should provide an introduction to the report that outlines the broad aim(s) of the report, as well as the parameters (what the report will contain). It should be made very clear to the audience as to the exact purpose of the report and the aim(s) and scope should be articulated clearly and accurately. The overall aim for Section 1 is to provide an introduction to the report and make it clear to the audience what will be contained within the report. In this case, the audience will be health professionals. The suggested word count for this section is between 500–750 words.
Section 2: Overview of chosen social issue
In Section 2 you should introduce the chosen social issue that will form the focus of the report. You should provide a clear descriiption of what the social issue is and the effect that it has individually and more broadly on society. In doing so, consider both the historical and current impact (i.e. internet addiction would not have been an issue historically. You should include any relevant statistics and/or information pertaining to epidemiology, including causes and contributing factors (e.g. who is at risk?). Remember when describing trends and stating figures for statistics to use formal sources and not websites such as Wikipedia. You should additionally include an evaluation of current approaches to treatment and intervention (e.g. medical treatments, psychological treatments, broader interventions and programs). You should not include any intervention and/or treatment that is based on your proposed intervention. This will be covered in Section 3. Instead, the focus here should be on existing efforts to address the chosen social issue. The aim of Section 2 is to provide a thorough overview of the chosen social issue and to help illustrate to the audience that it is a significant problem that needs further attention. The suggested word count for this section is approximately between 1000–1200 words.
Section 3: Introduction and integration of positive psychology
In this section you should broadly and briefly introduce the discipline of positive psychology with a specific focus on what positive psychology is and how it may be applied to improve the wellbeing of people in general (e.g. how it might be used in counselling). Having provided a general introduction, you should then describe the aspect(s) of positive psychology that will form the basis of your intervention (e.g. meditation and mindfulness, religion and spirituality, flow, signature strengths, broadening of emotions). You should provide a clear and accurate descriiption, including integration of relevant theory as applicable. You should also provide a brief literature review that helps outline the efficacy of the chosen positive psychology aspect for the purposes of treatment and/or interventions. Where possible, the literature should focus on your chosen social trend, but in the absence of relevant literature, you can focus more broadly. You should make sure you critically evaluate the literature. The overall aim of Section 3 is to introduce positive psychology as an approach to helping people and to review the current literature on a specific aspect of positive psychology. The suggested word count for this section is 1500 words.
Section 4: Intervention proposal
In the final section of the report you should provide a detailed descriiption of your proposed intervention. You should provide sufficient detail on the intervention focusing on the what, who, how, where, when, and why.
What the intervention is:
Make sure you provide a clear, thorough descriiption of the intervention and include a rationale.
Who it is aimed at:
Is the intervention aimed at individuals experiencing the targeted social issue (e.g. drug users, obese individuals) or does it also capture a broader audience (e.g. educators, family members)? Make sure it is clear as to who would be the ideal candidate for the intervention.
How the intervention would work:
Describe clearly the processes and mechanisms involved for your chosen intervention (e.g. if you choose meditation as a technique, how would it work? Would surveys, questionnaires and/or clinical interviews be involved?). Also include how you would know it worked (i.e. what criteria would you use to measure success for the intervention?).
When it would be implemented:
This should essentially focus on timing; would the intervention run daily? Weekly? Monthly? Once off? Would it be available at all times or would access be restricted?
Where it would be implemented:
Would the intervention be in person? Online? Would it be run in a community setting? A school setting?
Why you have chosen this approach:
This is an important aspect of this Section, as you must provide a justification for the approach you have taken. In doing so, you evaluate other alternatives you considered and the limitations to these.
The overall aim of Section 4 is to provide a detailed overview of your proposed intervention.The suggested word count for this section is between 1500–2000 words.
The above is a guide to what you should include in each section. Throughout the course of the unit, there will be other opportunities to discuss what you may include in the report including the Assignment 3B Q&A.
Other sections
You should also include within your report:
An abstract (no more than 250 words).
A table of contents.
A conclusion.
A reference list.
Please note: The word count does not include these sections.
You are to draw from current peer-reviewed research and publications and your work should conform to APA requirements.

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Part 1 Chapter 4 – Explain what it means to “engage in the ethical practice and

Part 1
Chapter 4 – Explain what it means to “engage in the ethical practice and use of diagnostic schemes and assessment devices; which assessments might you consider for this client and why; implement a comprehensive approach to treatment planning.
Chapter 5 – Explain what it means to “employ an ethical approach to helping a client change; what strategies you would use to design a strong therapeutic alliance that will help foster change;”
Chapter 6 – What do you see as the main strengths of a group approach for working with substance-abusing clients? What can a group do for a client that could not be accomplished as effectively through individual sessions; of the five group work models that were discussed in this chapter—psychoeducational groups, skills development groups, cognitive-behavioral groups, support groups, and interpersonal process groups—which ones do you think you would be likely to use if you were employed as a group counselor in a substance abuse setting?
Use only the following textbook for this portion:
Lewis, J. A., Dana, R. Q., & Blevins, G. A. (2018). Substance abuse counseling. (6th ed.). Cengage Learning, Inc.
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Part 2
Review the articles in Unit 3 and Unit 4.
Select two articles to discuss with your peers in the Discussion board.

Here are the articles:
Unit 3: Perceptual Processes (Top 10 Team: Sensation & Perception Psychology; Research Methodology/Statistics )
a. Some People Are More Likely to See Faces in Things (Constandi, 2015).
b. A New Way to Trick the Brain and Beat Jet Lag (Rieland, 2016).
c. Understanding Human Perception by Human-made Illusions (Carbon, 2014).
d. Evoking the Ineffable: The Phenomenology of Extreme Sports (Brymer & Schweitzer, 2017).
Unit 4: Learning
a. You have No Idea What Happened (Konnikova, 2015).
b. A ‘Learning’ Attitude Helps Boost Job Search Success (Sleek, Michel, & Mikulak, 2015).
c. The Science of Learning: Five Classic Studies (Stafford, 2015).
d. B. F. Skinner at Harvard (Briker, 2014).
Choose one article from each unit to review.
Use the following textbook only for this portion:
Landrum, Eric R. (2020) Annual Editions: Psychology. 49th Edition. New York: McGraw-Hill.

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In this assignment you will build on the work for Assignment 3A: Presentation by

In this assignment you will build on the work for Assignment 3A: Presentation by completing a written report that focuses on the application of positive psychology to a real life social issue which has a significant effect on broader society. The broad aim is to demonstrate how positive psychology might be used to help address some of the problems related to a chosen social issue/s. In doing so, you will be expected to apply key positive psychology principles and draw upon relevant research and theory to evaluate how effective and applicable positive psychology may be as an intervention.
TOPIC: Anxiety disorders in youth and adolescents
INTERVENTION: Art therapy/creativity + Mindfulness
Structure
The report that you produce should be divided into four different sections that should:
Introduce the aims of the report and clearly establish the parameters (what will be discussed).
Provide a detailed overview of the chosen social issue.
Provide a detailed overview of the chosen positive psychology principle(s).
Provide a detailed descriiption of a proposed positive psychology based intervention and/or program designed to help reduce the negative impact of the chosen social issue.
More details on what you should include in each of the sections are provided below.
Section 1: Introduction
In this section, you should provide an introduction to the report that outlines the broad aim(s) of the report, as well as the parameters (what the report will contain). It should be made very clear to the audience as to the exact purpose of the report and the aim(s) and scope should be articulated clearly and accurately. The overall aim for Section 1 is to provide an introduction to the report and make it clear to the audience what will be contained within the report. In this case, the audience will be health professionals. The suggested word count for this section is between 500–750 words.
Section 2: Overview of chosen social issue
In Section 2 you should introduce the chosen social issue that will form the focus of the report. You should provide a clear descriiption of what the social issue is and the effect that it has individually and more broadly on society. In doing so, consider both the historical and current impact (i.e. internet addiction would not have been an issue historically. You should include any relevant statistics and/or information pertaining to epidemiology, including causes and contributing factors (e.g. who is at risk?). Remember when describing trends and stating figures for statistics to use formal sources and not websites such as Wikipedia. You should additionally include an evaluation of current approaches to treatment and intervention (e.g. medical treatments, psychological treatments, broader interventions and programs). You should not include any intervention and/or treatment that is based on your proposed intervention. This will be covered in Section 3. Instead, the focus here should be on existing efforts to address the chosen social issue. The aim of Section 2 is to provide a thorough overview of the chosen social issue and to help illustrate to the audience that it is a significant problem that needs further attention. The suggested word count for this section is approximately between 1000–1200 words.
Section 3: Introduction and integration of positive psychology
In this section you should broadly and briefly introduce the discipline of positive psychology with a specific focus on what positive psychology is and how it may be applied to improve the wellbeing of people in general (e.g. how it might be used in counselling). Having provided a general introduction, you should then describe the aspect(s) of positive psychology that will form the basis of your intervention (e.g. meditation and mindfulness, religion and spirituality, flow, signature strengths, broadening of emotions). You should provide a clear and accurate descriiption, including integration of relevant theory as applicable. You should also provide a brief literature review that helps outline the efficacy of the chosen positive psychology aspect for the purposes of treatment and/or interventions. Where possible, the literature should focus on your chosen social trend, but in the absence of relevant literature, you can focus more broadly. You should make sure you critically evaluate the literature. The overall aim of Section 3 is to introduce positive psychology as an approach to helping people and to review the current literature on a specific aspect of positive psychology. The suggested word count for this section is 1500 words.
Section 4: Intervention proposal
In the final section of the report you should provide a detailed descriiption of your proposed intervention. You should provide sufficient detail on the intervention focusing on the what, who, how, where, when, and why.
What the intervention is:
Make sure you provide a clear, thorough descriiption of the intervention and include a rationale.
Who it is aimed at:
Is the intervention aimed at individuals experiencing the targeted social issue (e.g. drug users, obese individuals) or does it also capture a broader audience (e.g. educators, family members)? Make sure it is clear as to who would be the ideal candidate for the intervention.
How the intervention would work:
Describe clearly the processes and mechanisms involved for your chosen intervention (e.g. if you choose meditation as a technique, how would it work? Would surveys, questionnaires and/or clinical interviews be involved?). Also include how you would know it worked (i.e. what criteria would you use to measure success for the intervention?).
When it would be implemented:
This should essentially focus on timing; would the intervention run daily? Weekly? Monthly? Once off? Would it be available at all times or would access be restricted?
Where it would be implemented:
Would the intervention be in person? Online? Would it be run in a community setting? A school setting?
Why you have chosen this approach:
This is an important aspect of this Section, as you must provide a justification for the approach you have taken. In doing so, you evaluate other alternatives you considered and the limitations to these.
The overall aim of Section 4 is to provide a detailed overview of your proposed intervention.The suggested word count for this section is between 1500–2000 words.
The above is a guide to what you should include in each section. Throughout the course of the unit, there will be other opportunities to discuss what you may include in the report including the Assignment 3B Q&A.
Other sections
You should also include within your report:
An abstract (no more than 250 words).
A table of contents.
A conclusion.
A reference list.
Please note: The word count does not include these sections.
You are to draw from current peer-reviewed research and publications and your work should conform to APA requirements.

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Part 1 Chapter 4 – Explain what it means to “engage in the ethical practice and

Part 1
Chapter 4 – Explain what it means to “engage in the ethical practice and use of diagnostic schemes and assessment devices; which assessments might you consider for this client and why; implement a comprehensive approach to treatment planning.
Chapter 5 – Explain what it means to “employ an ethical approach to helping a client change; what strategies you would use to design a strong therapeutic alliance that will help foster change;”
Chapter 6 – What do you see as the main strengths of a group approach for working with substance-abusing clients? What can a group do for a client that could not be accomplished as effectively through individual sessions; of the five group work models that were discussed in this chapter—psychoeducational groups, skills development groups, cognitive-behavioral groups, support groups, and interpersonal process groups—which ones do you think you would be likely to use if you were employed as a group counselor in a substance abuse setting?
Use only the following textbook for this portion:
Lewis, J. A., Dana, R. Q., & Blevins, G. A. (2018). Substance abuse counseling. (6th ed.). Cengage Learning, Inc.
__________________________________________
Part 2
Review the articles in Unit 3 and Unit 4.
Select two articles to discuss with your peers in the Discussion board.

Here are the articles:
Unit 3: Perceptual Processes (Top 10 Team: Sensation & Perception Psychology; Research Methodology/Statistics )
a. Some People Are More Likely to See Faces in Things (Constandi, 2015).
b. A New Way to Trick the Brain and Beat Jet Lag (Rieland, 2016).
c. Understanding Human Perception by Human-made Illusions (Carbon, 2014).
d. Evoking the Ineffable: The Phenomenology of Extreme Sports (Brymer & Schweitzer, 2017).
Unit 4: Learning
a. You have No Idea What Happened (Konnikova, 2015).
b. A ‘Learning’ Attitude Helps Boost Job Search Success (Sleek, Michel, & Mikulak, 2015).
c. The Science of Learning: Five Classic Studies (Stafford, 2015).
d. B. F. Skinner at Harvard (Briker, 2014).
Choose one article from each unit to review.
Use the following textbook only for this portion:
Landrum, Eric R. (2020) Annual Editions: Psychology. 49th Edition. New York: McGraw-Hill.

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Provide feedback to at least two of your classmates on their research ideas. Is

Provide feedback to at least two of your classmates on their research ideas. Is the research question worded clearly and testable? Is the research question interesting and useful to the intended audience? What recommendations do you have to make the research question stronger?
Classmate#1
Purpose Statement
This paper will examine the timeliness of mental health services for released inmates and its effects on reincarceration. The focus will be on inmates who were released from prison with a prior mental health diagnosis, their timely treatment in the community for their mental health issues or lack thereof, and the reincarceration rates of those individuals.
Research Question
Does the timeliness of mental health services for released inmates affect the rates of reincarceration?
Hypotheses
H0 – The timeliness of mental health services for released inmates does not have an effect on reincarceration rates.
H1 – The timeliness of mental health services for released inmates has a significant effect on reincarceration rates.
Summary of Research
The US has the highest incarceration rate in the world. Much of the research shows that there are many more individuals incarcerated that have a diagnosed mental illness than there are from the general population that is incarcerated (Domino et al., 2019). When released from prison, people with serious mental illness face many challenges entering back into the community than those from the general population (Domino et al., 2019). Many of these individuals do not receive the mental health care or treatment that they need in a timely manner, if at all.
Another study by Baillargeon et al., (2009), examined whether inmates with one of four types of major psychiatric disorders had an increased risk of having multiple episodes of incarceration in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice prison system. They used Texas because it is the largest state correctional system in the United States.
Skeem et al., (2011), evaluated the effectiveness of current interventions and of psychiatric, criminological, and social-psychological models of the link between mental illness and criminal justice involvement.
Gaps in Research & Who Can Benefit From This Research
There are several gaps in this research. One is in the discharge planning from the person that is responsible to do so. Are the workers that are responsible for setting up community services setting them up with it? Are the inmates not following through once they are released into the community? Are they taking medications that they were prescribed to take? Are they continuing to hang out with the wrong crowd that may have got them in the situation to begin with? Do they have health insurance to cover treatment and medications?
I believe that inmates, prison staff, the community, and mental health professionals can all benefit from understanding what the main problem is for reincarceration for those released from prison with a mental health diagnosis.
References
Baillargeon, J., Binswanger, I. A., Penn, J. V., Williams, B. A., & Murray, O. J. (2009). Psychiatric Disorders and Repeat Incarcerations: The Revolving Prison Door. The American Journal of Psychiatry, 166(1), 103–109. https://doi.org/10.1176/appi.ajp.2008.08030416
Domino, M. E., Gertner, A., Grabert, B., Cuddeback, G. S., Childers, T., & Morrissey, J. P. (2019). Do timely mental health services reduce re‐incarceration among prison releasees with severe mental illness? Health Services Research, 54(3), 592–602. https://doi.org/10.1111/1475-6773.13128Links to an external site.
Skeem, J. L., Manchak, S., & Peterson, J. K. (2011). Correctional policy for offenders with mental illness: Creating a new paradigm for recidivism reduction. Law and Human Behavior, 35(2), 110-126. doi:https://doi.org/10.1007/s10979-010-9223-7
Classmate#2
Research Topic:
How childhood trauma directly affects mental health in adulthood.
Testable Research Question:
Does trauma in adolescence lead to an increase in mental health issues (anxiety, depression, bipolar, etc)?
Introduction:
According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, “More than two-thirds of children reported at least one traumatic event by age 16.” (SAMHSA, 2022). These events include neglect, abuse (psychological, physical, and sexual), sudden loss of a loved one, and more. What are the signs that a child is dealing with trauma and is there a way to prevent this from affecting them later on in adulthood? What kind of treatments worked to improve childhood trauma (EMDR, CBT, brain spotting)? “Those with a history of trauma were 1.5 times more likely to have psychiatric symptoms and experience family instability than those without. Those who experienced childhood trauma were also 1.2 times more likely to develop substance abuse issues or depression.” (Cheryl K, 2021). This research could benefit adults who are currently dealing with mental health issues. Possibly digging into what they experienced during childhood could help them recognize their struggles and strengthen their healing path. Trauma can be passed down through DNA, so it may not always be their own childhood that caused their current state of mental health.
References
Understanding Child Trauma. (2022). SAMHSA. https://www.samhsa.gov/child-trauma/understanding-child-traumaLinks to an external site.
K, C. L. (2022, May 25). Childhood Trauma Affects Mental Health. Corner Canyon HC. https://cornercanyonhc.com/blog/how-childhood-trauma-affects-mental-health-and-wellness/

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(Please See attachments) Purpose: This assignment should help you to develop cri

(Please See attachments)
Purpose: This assignment should help you to develop critical thinking. You should understand the purpose of that research, how that research will make our life better and if you will be the researcher what changes you will make in that research.
Pick a topic from chapter 1 to 4. Then find one full-text peer-reviewed journal article from our library database.
Write at least 1 page minimum about your understanding of the topic.
Write at least ½ page personal reflection about the topic-Use a sub-heading entitled reflection.
The paper length needs to be at least 2 pages (double spaced).
Cite the article you use in proper APA reference format within the text and as a reference under your paragraph.

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This is the results and discussion section. The recommended changes need to be m

This is the results and discussion section. The recommended changes need to be made utilizing the comments. I have attached the references to the document, as well. Those references need to be used to make the changes.

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Prompt: Explain different research methods for describing and understanding psyc

Prompt: Explain different research methods for describing and understanding psychological phenomena.
Requirements:
*6 – 10 pages long (not including title or references)
*Include a title page & page numbers
*APA Format
*Use at least TWO peer-reviewed outside sources (can obtain from PSYCINFO)
*When writing the paper, don’t use block quotes.
!!!!Most importantly, this paper will be reviewed under Turnitin, so everything you write needs to be your original work, and overlap rate should be below 20%.
I attached some course materials below, you don’t have to use them, but as the case you may need some general ideals.