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  From the investigations of Freud during the late 1900’s until the present time, a number of personality theorists have (1) made controlled observations of human behavior and (2) speculated on the meaning of those observations.  Differences in the theories these theorists produced are due to more than differences in terminology.  They stem from differences on basic issues concerning the nature of humanity.  Over the […]

External link to In this first assignment you will consider your personal experience with media and the role it plays in the various aspects of your life and community.

In this first assignment you will consider your personal experience with media and the role it plays in the various aspects of your life and community.

  What are your beliefs regarding the effects of media on human behavior? How have they changed after completing this week’s reading? How has media influenced your local community, the national community, and the international community? What forms of social media have had a significant impact on human behavior? What are 3 positive and 3 negative impacts that media has on human behavior?

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Reply to:   The test-retest reliability is when a person takes a test and after a period retakes the test. The reliable measures should reproduce similar scores each time the person is measured. If the person gets the same scores, the test is considered reliable. Interrater reliability is the measurement agreement between different observers. The test-retest reliability is found when one person’s scores are used […]

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Reply to:   1)    Test-retest reliability is when a test is taken and after a period of time is retaken it should produce similar scores each time the test is taken. If the test takers scores are the same or very close then the test is considered reliable. Inter-rater reliability is the measurement agreement between two observers (Myers, A, & Hansen, C., 2012). The test-retest reliability […]

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Reply to:   Test-retest reliability is when someone or something is tested more than once in the same way (Myers & Hansen, 2012) while inter-rater reliability is one test but is observed by two different people during that test. The difference is mainly focused on how many times the test is being done.  Content validity is focusing on whether the sample we are using of […]

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Reply to:   The main difference between experiments and non-experimental methods is that in experiments, researchers could manipulate the independent variable. Experiments are a scientific approach that manipulates one or more control variables to measure their defect on the dependent variables. In non-experimental methods, researchers must rely on interpretation and observations to conclude and it does not involve any manipulation of the control variables (Myers & Hansen, 2012). There is more room for management […]

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Reply to:  In the non experimental methods, there is not any manipulation of antecedents like there are in experiments, Non-experiments also lack the random assignment of treatment conditions. In experiments we manipulate an independent variable to see what would happen to the dependent variable. Essentially, we are looking for a cause and effect in experiments, non-experimental methods such as correlations do not measure what A […]

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Reply to:  There are many different ways in for a researcher to test a hypothesis. The two large methods are through non-experimental and experimental (Myers & Hansen, 2012). In a non-experimental method there isn’t any manipulation of the antecedent and the researchers are looking for a correlation between A and B. In experiments the researchers manipulate an independent variable and look for what happens to […]

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Unit 2 Written Assignment

Using the readings and what you have learned within this course to date (foundations of assessment), describe at least three (3) benefits and three (3) drawbacks of using assessment procedures in therapeutic work. Use critical thought and organization when writing doc as though it would be presented in court and cite the scientific literature or other court-acceptable sources to substantiate the argument. Readings from the […]

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Week 1 Discussion -Primary Goals of Psychology

Describe the four primary goals of psychology. Of the four primary goals which would be the easiest to accomplish? Why? Which would be the most difficult? Why? (Response should be no less than 150 words in length and information from our textbook should be used to support the responses.  Citations must be included in the body of the post and a reference section should be […]

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