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Week 4 assignment

Strategic Leadership Leaders must take important steps to ensure that change is accepted and embraced by subordinates. The Yukl (2013) text describes constraints that executives may feel when attempting to implement change within an organization. In addition to this required reading material, locate two peer-reviewed articles about strategic leadership and change. Then, use the Internet to evaluate the strategic leadership practices of a leader or leaders […]

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Assignment: Schizophrenia Over Time: Experiences Living With the Illness

Choose two articles from the list in the Learning Resources that apply to treatment support and interventions for the schizophrenia spectrum and other psychotic disorders chapter in the DSM 5. Choose either Saks or McGough to focus on for this assignment.  Submit a 3- to 4-page paper, supported by at least 4 scholarly resources (not including DSM-5), in which you address the following: Describe Saks’s or McGough’s […]

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WK 3-2

 What are some of the differences in processing in the dorsal and ventral visual pathways? Imagine you have a friend who has an injured dorsal or ventral visual pathway, describe what that looks like, what deficits would be in their daily functioning, what remains intact. 

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WK 1-1 KH

Reply to:   The field of cognitive neuroscience allows us to understand the interaction between brain and mind like never before. Historically, professionals were either doctors/scientists or they were psychologists. This polarity extended into their beliefs which were generally either rationalism or empiricism. Associationism, which asserts that experience determines mental development, led to the predominant behaviorism movement. In the 1940s and 1950s, psychologist Donald Hebb […]

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Reply WK1-1 VT

Reply to:  It’s interesting to me that an important early founder of psychology, Sigmund Freud, thought of all of our behaviors as having unconscious origin and repressed impulses and thoughts (Burger, 2017). This runs parellel to the concept of how cognitive processes, unconscious and involuntary, affect our thoughts and behviors. Freud was a neurologist, yet by the time he died in 1939, technology had not […]

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Reply WK1-1 TL

Reply to:  I thought that when you mentioned how in earlier times, behaviorists opposed internal events like thinking since they cannot be observed publicly and termed them as unobjective it’s very important to touch upon because it shows how much has changed in terms of what can be considered objective and subjective. Through cognitive psychology, it has been concluded that “isolated brain damage (biology) could […]

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DP 1/1

Describe the emergence of cognitive psychology and neuroscience – what prompted the development of these fields, and what is significant about the shift from behaviorism to cognitive psychology and neuroscience? What can we understand about human behavior because of neuroscience that we could not have understood before?

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DP 1/2

Describe two methods of research for studying neural function (describe at least one that uses the behavioral or cognitive approach). How do these methods complement one another? What are the limitations of each method?

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Psychological Inquiry

  researcher was studying initial interactions between people. While two students were supposedly waiting for an experiment to begin, the researcher covertly videotaped their actions and conversation. Afterward, the researcher told the students about the video recording and gave them the opportunity to have the tape erased.    Explain the ethical issues and how the study may have violated principles of ethical behavior. Propose an alternative […]

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