Draft Outline – Based on the information you collected, draft an outline of your essay. You can use bulleted lists or tables to organize your ideas.
Introduction – Grab the reader’s attention and provide an overview of the various sections of the essay.
Analysis -Describe and analyze the group/team in the film or the organization. You can assess its members, formation, development, structure, communication, leadership, conflict, or culture.
Identify and analyze a problem (e.g., the prevalence of occupational stress, mediocre performance, unmotivated employers, poor decisions, resistance to change) and why it happens (e.g., lack of training, lack of rewards). Include in-text citations.
Application – Apply the principles of social psychology to explain the problem and identify potential solutions to address it. This includes strategies, techniques, tools, and tips you found in the literature. Include in-text citations.
Critique – Critique the strengths and weaknesses of the film’s depiction of human behavior in social situations or the group’s/organization’s approach to the problem. Include in-text citations if applicable.
Conclusion – End the essay with a summary of the main ideas of your essay and its significance to the reader.
References List- Include your list of references with a list of at least 4 peer-reviewed sources that are formatted according to APA style. See the instructor’s feedback on the Week 2 project assignment.
Find More Evidence – If one of your sources turns out to be irrelevant, gather more evidence by following the steps outlined in the Week 2 research project assignment.
Format Outline – Make sure you follow APA’s writing guidelines. A guide to APA format can be found at http://www.apastyle.org/learn/tutorials/basics-tutorial.aspx and https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/.
Use your own ideas and avoid direct quotes.
Show how you will incorporate at least 4 peer-reviewed sources.
Include sufficient APA-style in-text citations.
Include a list of at least 4 peer-reviewed sources using APA style.
Please fill out the attached file. That is my outline for a film analysis and I need it done with the movie Step Brothers (2008) film.[supanova_question]
will be to summarize and critique summarize for 500 words Theory of Mind in Schizophrenia summarize for 500 words The-mind-and-society-Vilfredo-Pareto summarize for 175 words Cognitive Therapy for the Prevention of Psychosis in People at Ultra-High Risk
– Don’t use direct quotes – Your article summary must include a few specific sections, as described below. Please note that which particular sections are required depends on whether you are summarizing an empirical article or a review article. If your summary is missing any sections, it will initially receive a score of 0. However, you will be invited to revise and resubmit your summary. As long as you do so before the final deadline, you can still receive full credit for that summary. Empirical articles: If you are summarizing an empirical article (i.e. an article that presents one or more new research studies, not a review of past studies), you must include the following 5 sections in your summary: 1. Background: Why did the author(s) conduct this study? What theory and/or hypothesis are they testing? (Note: If there are several hypotheses, you can just list 3 of them.) 2. Methods: Who were the participants, and how were they Results: What were the key results (findings)? Did these results support the researchers’ hypothesis? (If there were several findings, you can just discuss 3 of them.) 4. Strengths and weaknesses: To exercise your creative and critical thinking skills, please describe at least 1 strength and 1 weakness of the study or studies that were presented. For example, how representative was the sample of the population of interest? Did the study do a good job of capturing (measuring or manipulating) key variables? Were there any problems with how the study was designed or conducted? Can you think of any alternative explanations for the findings, other than the explanation the authors proposed? 5. Implications and broader impacts: How do the findings inform theory (e.g., did they support a particular theory, challenge that theory, or add nuance)? Why do the findings matter in the “real world”? For example, could information gained through this study be used to help design new interventions, programs, or policies? Review articles: If you are summarizing a review article (i.e. a summary/critique of multiple past studies, not an empirical article presenting new studies), you may notice that it tends to provide an overview of key hypotheses, findings, and strengths and weaknesses of this area of research as a whole, rather than providing more detailed information about specific studies. If that’s the case, please include the following sections: 1. Summary of main points: Summarize the main points in each section of the review article as best you can. 2. Strengths and weaknesses: To exercise your creative and critical thinking skills, please describe at least 1 strength and 1 weakness of the body of research being reviewed. For example, how representative have samples in this area of research been of the population of interest? Have studies in this area generally done a good job of capturing (measuring or manipulating) key variables? Have there been any problems with how studies have been designed or conducted? Can you think of any alternative explanations for key findings in this area? Are there any gaps or disagreements in this area of research?) 3. Implications and broader impacts: How have findings in this area of research informed theory (have findings generally supported a particular theory, challenged that theory, or added nuance)? Why do findings from this area of research matter in the “real world”? For example, could information gained through studies in this area of research be used to help design new interventions, programs, or policies?[supanova_question]
For this activity, please do the following: 1. Listen to the Podcast and then answer questions below. -Podcast: Hidden Essay
Psychology Assignment Help For this activity, please do the following:
1. Listen to the Podcast and then answer questions below.
-Podcast: Hidden Brain – Why Nobody Feels Rich: The Psychology of Inequality-
If you prefer to read the transcriipts you can use this link: npr.org/transcriipts/912749547
Questions to answer based on the podcast:
-What was Dr. Payne’s first experience with the awareness of inequality?
-Dr. Payne describes a study in which researchers looked at data from millions of flights to look at what predicted incidents of “air rage”. What did the study find?
-The interviewer acknowledges that planes with first class cabins may also be more likely to be larger with more passengers and may have longer flights – all factors that could also explain the correlation found between air rage and planes with first class cabins. What is another indication then that seeing inequality between first class and coach does, in fact, seem to affect passengers?
-We seem to have a “pronounced tendency” to make upward comparisons. Even though the reasons for this are not fully understood, what is one of the potential reasons offered by Dr. Payne? What might be an adaptive function to making upward comparisons?
-What are the downsides of making upward comparisons?
-What is Dr. Payne referring to when he uses the term “broken ladder”?
-What are the effects of experiencing of inequality on our minds and bodies?
-What is the best predictor of crime and other health and social outcomes in the poorer countries? What is the stronger predictor of these things in wealthy countries?
-What is the correlation between the level of income inequality and level of political polarization? What happens as income inequality increases?
-20:00 The researchers Michael Norton and Dan Ariely once asked volunteers what kind of a country they would like to live in. The first option was shown as a pie chart showing a country where the top 20% own a third of the wealth and the bottom 20% own 10% of the wealth. The second option showed a pie chart in which the top 20% own 84% of the wealth and the bottom 20% own 0.1% of the wealth. The first pie chart represented actual data from which country? The second “very unequal” pie chart represented actual data from which country?
-In 2005, when the study described above was done, what percentage of Republicans and what percentage of Democrats preferred option one over option two?
-What, according to Dr. Payne, would have happened if those pie charts would have been labeled with their respective countries?
30:00 Why, according to Dr. Payne, is there “not really any option of not thinking about inequality”?
-What does Dr. Payne suggest as a “wiser” way to compare ourselves to others?
are a civilian member in the Domestic Violence Unit of a police agency for which you provide administrative and operational support to assist front line officers in their investigation of domestic violence matters. One role you have is to assist police officers in completing a risk assessment tool to buttress any Bail Hearing (Show Cause) conditions that may include recommendations to a Judge opposing bail to the accused alleged to have committed a violent act against anyone.
Rationale Risk assessment is a complex process that involves clinical analysis, actuarial data, and professional judgment. Risk assessment is a critical part of the justice system as it affects policing strategy, correctional planning, and bail and release. Civilian members of policing forces are often responsible for contributing to risk assessment reports. In this assignment, you will create a risk assessment report based on a number of original documents and your own completion of the ODARA tool. Please note that this scenario is comprised of a fictional storyline. Other than the police officer and City of Orillia all other characters, times, dates and circumstances were imagined. Any resemblance to actual events is purely coincidental. Assignment You are a civilian member in the Domestic Violence Unit of a police agency for which you provide administrative and operational support to assist front line officers in their investigation of domestic violence matters. One role you have is to assist police officers in completing a risk assessment tool to buttress any Bail Hearing (Show Cause) conditions that may include recommendations to a Judge opposing bail to the accused alleged to have committed a violent act against anyone. The police officer has decided that a Bail Hearing (Show Cause) is the appropriate direction to take with this matter and provided an outline of the situation under investigation. Read the various sources of information provided by the police officer and provide a risk assessment analysis using the ODARA risk assessment instrument. Your scoring for this risk assessment instrument must be sourced by sufficient case-specific evidence (using a separate page) to justify the rating you are assigning on any individual factor (especially if your score is a yes). After you have completed your analysis of risk, you are to provide a separate summary report noting the risk level posed by Mr. Stack using the ODARA instrument. You can find an online copy of the ODARA on the following link: https://www.knfp.ch/en/risk-assessment-tools/odara. Once completed, click on the Download ODARA report button to download the completed report in PDF format (which you must submit along with your essay). Your analysis of risk report should include: 1. Your method (e.g., ODARA analysis of risk scoring sheets), 2. Your database analysis (describe your evidence to substantiate individual factor scores), 3. Your conclusion regarding risk (i.e., the score interpretation graph and risk summary statement). In summary, you are to provide an Analysis of Risk that the officer may use to substantiate a recommendation of BAIL OPPOSED or BAIL WITH/WITHOUT CONDITIONS for Robert Stack. Finally, briefly examine the reliability of the ODARA assessment using peer-reviewed sources (minimum of three) and in your own words explain what the advantages and disadvantages are of using a risk assessment tool like the ODARA. Please attach a completed ODARA with your report. Format to be in APA, 12 font, with cover page. Please note that there is no minimum/maximum length to this assignment. You are graded on the quality and the depth of your discussions[supanova_question]