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Hi writer! I have uploaded the Assignment Overview which includes the instructio

Hi writer! I have uploaded the Assignment Overview which includes the instructions and the rubric associated with it. I have also uploaded the reference list which includes 8 news articles which you will choose one from.
Please let me know which News “academic” Article you have chosen so I could send you the associated “popular” press article!
Thank you so much and much appreciated!!

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Purpose and Objective: The objective of this assignment is to analyze mental ill

Purpose and Objective: The objective of this assignment is to analyze mental illness related stigma within the context of personal opinion about the topics explored within the course. By connecting a current event to a course topic, not only does it promote greater exploration of topics of interest, but encourages connections to everyday life. Specifically, by selecting a topic of interest (e.g., post-partum depression, athletes and stress, new treatments for schizophrenia, crisis intervention training, new suicide prevention programming, etc.) and offer ways in which there are intersections in what is happening in the world (e.g., social media, influence culture, legislation, university policies, etc.) and what is learned in the course. The purpose is to become better informed, highlight current stigmas and misrepresentations of mental health, highlight dilemmas, or find positive ways that mental health principles are being portrayed.
Your Task: Open or download the instructions for the Current Events paper here Download here. Instructions are also displayed below.
View the rubric Download rubricfor this assignment.
Find an article of a current event
These events will come from newspapers, social media, magazines, or events that have occurred recently (within the last six months)
Provide a brief summary of the article
Relate key points or items of interest from the article to the broader course topics, including:
Etiology
History
Historical Movements
Diagnosis
Treatment
Social Movements
Social Reactions
Stigma
Personal Opinions

Other Instructions
Current Events Papers:
Must be APA formatted
Written in 12-point font
Use required text as a source
Include two peer-reviewed sources
Include the current event in reference list
Be 3 – 4 pages in length
Include a title and reference page (not included in page-count)

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Please select a topic or chapter (chaptr 8-12) from the past reading assignments

Please select a topic or chapter (chaptr 8-12) from the past reading assignments and write a Five-page paper (i.e., in the body) using the APA formatting style. This paper must include a Title, Abstract, and Reference page.
The login information to find the book will be available for the assigned writer.
The book: Human Development: A life-span view, chapter 8-14

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I will upload the work already completed and the updates the teacher has asked m

I will upload the work already completed and the updates the teacher has asked me to make. All I need is the updates done and the things she asked me to change.

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Box 13.3 in the attachment (please see attached files), “A Closer Look” reviews

Box 13.3 in the attachment (please see attached files), “A Closer Look” reviews research on the topic of cyberbullying. Based on the information about the four interventions described in Box 13.3 and based on research methods, please choose 2 of the interventions and design an experiment comparing the outcomes of each approach. You do so by answering the following prompts. Please write a short essay answering ALL of the prompts below. 1 – 2 paragraphs will do.

1. Which two interventions are you comparing in your experiment?
No Trap! (Italy)
Correcting beliefs about cyberbullying (Spain)
Media Heroes (Germany)
Cyber Friendly Schools (Australia)
2. What is your hypothesis?
Hint: a hypothesis is a testable prediction about variables.
3. What is/are your experimental condition(s)?
4. What is your control condition?
5. Describe your independent variable and what about how you design the study meets the definition of an independent variable.
6. Describe your dependent variable and how you will measure your outcome.
7. What additional research could follow this study on the topic?

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Box 13.3 in the attachment, “A Closer Look” reviews research on the topic of cyb

Box 13.3 in the attachment, “A Closer Look” reviews research on the topic of cyberbullying. Based on the information about the four interventions described in Box 13.3 and based on research methods, please choose 2 of the interventions and design an experiment comparing the outcomes of each approach. You do so by answering the following prompts. Please write a short essay answering ALL of the prompts below. 1 – 2 paragraphs will do.

Which two interventions are you comparing in your experiment?
○ No Trap! (Italy)
○ Correcting beliefs about cyberbullying (Spain)
○ Media Heroes (Germany)
○ Cyber Friendly Schools (Australia)
2. What is your hypothesis?
○ Hint: a hypothesis is a testable prediction about variables.
3. What is/are your experimental condition(s)?
4. What is your control condition?
5. Describe your independent variable and what about how you design the study meets the definition of an independent variable.
6. Describe your dependent variable and how you will measure your outcome.
7. What additional research could follow this study on the topic?

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Create a professional development PowerPoint presentation focused on how theorie

Create a professional development PowerPoint presentation focused on how theories, principles, and evidence-based best practices related to memory models and processes; knowledge representation, organization, and manipulation; and language acquisition and competency can be applied in the context of the professional specialty you aspire to.
Introduction
As a professional psychologist, you will need to review theory and research and use it as the basis to develop best practices. For this assessment, you will focus on the following topics:
Memory models and processes.
Knowledge representation, organization, and manipulation.
Language.
Scenario
Imagine you are now a professional psychologist working in the specialization that you aspire to. You are charged with creating professional development for an interdisciplinary team of professionals in your workplace on how theories, principles, and evidence-based best practices of cognitive and affective psychology can be used to help people in your work context.
Preparation
The second assessment focuses on memory models and processes; knowledge representation, organization, and manipulation; and language acquisition and competency. For context on these topics, read the following:
Introduction to Memory Models and Processes [PDF].
Introduction to Knowledge Representation, Manipulation, and Organization [PDF].
Introduction to Language Acquisition and Competency [PDF].
As you prepare to complete this assessment, you may want to think about other related issues to deepen your understanding or broaden your viewpoint. You are encouraged to consider the questions below and discuss them with a fellow learner, a work associate, an interested friend, or a member of your professional community. Note that these questions are for your own development and exploration and do not need to be completed or submitted as part of your assessment.
How did theories and models of memory, language, and knowledge evolve over time? Which ones seem most credible today?
What processes are involved in the acquisition and use of language? Are they more guided by inherited or environmental factors (nature or nurture)?
What are the relationships between memory, language, and knowledge?
What would it be like to live without memory? Without language?
What is declarative knowledge and how is its representation and organization explained by various theories?
What is procedural knowledge and how is it represented in the mind? How does it differ from declarative knowledge?
How do brain physiology and neuroscience help to explain normal and abnormal facilities with language, memory, and acquisition and retrieval of knowledge? Does science point toward interventions that could help persons with issues in these areas? Does it point toward ways to enhance capacities?
How might you help clients or students give up their intuitively held yet erroneous beliefs about the world?
Do culturally diverse populations experience memory, knowledge, and language differently?
How do emotions impact memory, knowledge, and language ability?
Instructions
For this assessment, you will create a PowerPoint presentation focused on the following topics:
Memory models and processes.
Knowledge representation, organization, and manipulation.
Language acquisition and competency.
The following resource is required to complete the assessment.
Presentation Template [PPTX].
Note: Do not submit a paper for this assessment. Papers will not be graded.
You will complete this assessment by replacing all language that is enclosed within brackets [. . .] in the PowerPoint Presentation Template with your own words.
Remember, your presentation is for an interdisciplinary team, so it will be important to communicate in a manner that can be understood by those not trained in psychology.
Contents of the Presentation
TITLE SLIDE
On the first slide of the PowerPoint, enter the following:
A descriiptive title of approximately 5–15 words. It should stir interest while maintaining professional decorum.
Professional development for [enter the type of institutional context your presentation is designed for].
Your name.
Your specialization.
Course number and title.
Capella University.
Faculty name.
Note: If this presentation was made in an actual professional context, the entries under your name would be replaced by your job title, the name of your organization, and perhaps your contact information.
TOPIC INTRODUCTION SLIDES
Present each of the three topics in a separate section that begins with a slide naming the topic and concisely introducing it.
THEORETICAL BACKGROUND SLIDES
Use one or more slides to briefly analyze the origins and evolution of each theory that you will reference in relation to each topic.
APPLICATION SLIDES
Use one or more slides to explain how theories, principles, and evidence-based best practices related to each topic can be used to explain behavior and help people. Remember, these factors should be relevant to the context your presentation is designed for. For each of these:
Analyze how and to what extent brain physiology and neuroscience can provide an explanation of relevant phenomena.
Analyze how affect may impact cognitive performance in these areas.
Explain one or more ethical issues that might arise in the application of theories and principles related to memory, language, or knowledge.
Cite the APA Code of Ethics or another code of ethics if it is more relevant to your area.
Explain how theories and principles related to at least one of the topics in your presentation apply to culturally diverse populations.
CONCLUSION SLIDE
Conclude your presentation with a succinct statement that sums up the utility of what you have presented.
REFERENCES SLIDE
Cite references using current APA style and formatting guidelines.
Additional Requirements
Be sure your presentation meets the following requirements:
Written and visual communication: It should be free of errors that detract from the overall message.
APA format: Use current APA style and formatting guidelines as they apply to this assessment.
Competencies Measured
By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies and assessment criteria:
Competency 2: Incorporate theories, principles, and evidence-based best practices of cognitive psychology into professional practice.
Explain how theories, principles, and evidence-based best practices related to memory, language, and the representation, organization, and manipulation of knowledge can be applied in professional practice.
Analyze how brain physiology or neuroscience is related to memory, language, and the representation, organization, and manipulation of knowledge.
Competency 3: Incorporate theories, principles, and evidence-based best practices of affective psychology into professional practice.
Analyze how affect may impact cognitive performance related to memory, language, and the representation, organization, and manipulation of knowledge.
Competency 4: Explain how ethical principles and practices influence application of theories and principles of cognitive and affective psychology.
Explain one or more ethical issues that might arise in application of theories and principles related to memory, language, or knowledge.
Competency 5: Analyze how the theories and principles of cognitive and affective psychology apply to culturally diverse populations.
Explain how theories and principles related to memory, language, or knowledge apply to culturally diverse populations.
Competency 6: Communicate in a manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations for members of the psychological professions.
Employ appropriate written and visual communication to convey content to an intended audience.
Apply proper APA formatting and style.

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Write a professional development briefing paper focused on how theories, princip

Write a professional development briefing paper focused on how theories, principles, and evidence-based best practices related to problem-solving and creativity, decision-making and reasoning, and human and artificial intelligence can be applied in the context of the professional specialty you aspire to.
Introduction
As a professional psychologist, you will need to review theory and research and use it as the basis to develop best practices. For this assessment, you will focus on the following topics:
Problem-solving and creativity.
Decision-making and reasoning.
Human and artificial intelligence.
Note: This assessment will be a briefing paper, not a presentation.
Scenario
Imagine you are now a professional psychologist working in the specialization that you aspire to. You are charged with creating professional development for an interdisciplinary team of professionals in your workplace on how theories, principles, and evidence-based best practices of cognitive and affective psychology can be used to help people in your work context.
Preparation
The third assessment focuses on problem-solving and creativity; decision-making and reasoning; and human and artificial intelligence.
As you prepare to complete this assessment, you may want to think about other related issues to deepen your understanding or broaden your viewpoint. You are encouraged to consider the questions below and discuss them with a fellow learner, a work associate, an interested friend, or a member of your professional community. Note that these questions are for your own development and exploration and do not need to be completed or submitted as part of your assessment.
What are obstacles and aids to problem-solving?
What strategies guide human decision-making and reasoning?
What is deductive reasoning? What facilitates and impedes its use?
What is inductive reasoning? What facilitates and impedes its use?
What other forms of reasoning are there?
How does expertise develop?
To what degree is human intelligence influenced by inherited or environmental factors?
What is groupthink? How does it affect decision-making, reasoning, and creativity?
How and to what extent does brain physiology and neuroscience help explain normality and abnormality in relation to decision-making and reasoning? Does this science point toward interventions that improve performance in decision-making and reasoning? What is creativity and how can it be enhanced?
How do emotions impact with problem­-solving, creativity, or intelligence?
What ethical issues might arise for a psychologist in connection with problem-solving, creativity, or intelligence?
your briefing paper is for an interdisciplinary team, so it will be important to communicate in a manner that can be understood by a those not trained in psychology. Be sure to include plain language definitions of psychological terms used in the paper.
The briefing paper will have three sections, each dedicated to one of the three topics. Within each section:
Analyze briefly the origins and evolution of each theory that you will reference in relation to the topic.
Explain how theories, principles, and evidence-based best practices related to the topic can be used to explain behavior and help people. Remember, these factors should be relevant to the context. For each of these:
Analyze how and to what extent brain physiology or neuroscience can provide an explanation of relevant phenomena.
Analyze how affective manifestations may impact cognitive performance.
Explain how theories and principles related to at least one of the topics in your paper apply to culturally diverse populations.
Explain one or more ethical issues that might arise in the application of theories and principles related to problem-solving, creativity, reasoning, or intelligence.
Cite the APA Code of Ethics or another code of ethics if it is more relevant to your area.

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Purpose and Objective: The objective of this assignment is to analyze mental ill

Purpose and Objective: The objective of this assignment is to analyze mental illness related stigma within the context of personal opinion about the topics explored within the course. By connecting a current event to a course topic, not only does it promote greater exploration of topics of interest, but encourages connections to everyday life. Specifically, by selecting a topic of interest (e.g., post-partum depression, athletes and stress, new treatments for schizophrenia, crisis intervention training, new suicide prevention programming, etc.) and offer ways in which there are intersections in what is happening in the world (e.g., social media, influence culture, legislation, university policies, etc.) and what is learned in the course. The purpose is to become better informed, highlight current stigmas and misrepresentations of mental health, highlight dilemmas, or find positive ways that mental health principles are being portrayed.
Your Task: Open or download the instructions for the Current Events paper here Download here. Instructions are also displayed below.
View the rubric Download rubricfor this assignment.
Find an article of a current event
These events will come from newspapers, social media, magazines, or events that have occurred recently (within the last six months)
Provide a brief summary of the article
Relate key points or items of interest from the article to the broader course topics, including:
Etiology
History
Historical Movements
Diagnosis
Treatment
Social Movements
Social Reactions
Stigma
Personal Opinions

Other Instructions
Current Events Papers:
Must be APA formatted
Written in 12-point font
Use required text as a source
Include two peer-reviewed sources
Include the current event in reference list
Be 3 – 4 pages in length
Include a title and reference page (not included in page-count)

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Create a professional development PowerPoint presentation focused on how theorie

Create a professional development PowerPoint presentation focused on how theories, principles, and evidence-based best practices related to memory models and processes; knowledge representation, organization, and manipulation; and language acquisition and competency can be applied in the context of the professional specialty you aspire to.
Introduction
As a professional psychologist, you will need to review theory and research and use it as the basis to develop best practices. For this assessment, you will focus on the following topics:
Memory models and processes.
Knowledge representation, organization, and manipulation.
Language.
Scenario
Imagine you are now a professional psychologist working in the specialization that you aspire to. You are charged with creating professional development for an interdisciplinary team of professionals in your workplace on how theories, principles, and evidence-based best practices of cognitive and affective psychology can be used to help people in your work context.
Preparation
The second assessment focuses on memory models and processes; knowledge representation, organization, and manipulation; and language acquisition and competency. For context on these topics, read the following:
Introduction to Memory Models and Processes [PDF].
Introduction to Knowledge Representation, Manipulation, and Organization [PDF].
Introduction to Language Acquisition and Competency [PDF].
As you prepare to complete this assessment, you may want to think about other related issues to deepen your understanding or broaden your viewpoint. You are encouraged to consider the questions below and discuss them with a fellow learner, a work associate, an interested friend, or a member of your professional community. Note that these questions are for your own development and exploration and do not need to be completed or submitted as part of your assessment.
How did theories and models of memory, language, and knowledge evolve over time? Which ones seem most credible today?
What processes are involved in the acquisition and use of language? Are they more guided by inherited or environmental factors (nature or nurture)?
What are the relationships between memory, language, and knowledge?
What would it be like to live without memory? Without language?
What is declarative knowledge and how is its representation and organization explained by various theories?
What is procedural knowledge and how is it represented in the mind? How does it differ from declarative knowledge?
How do brain physiology and neuroscience help to explain normal and abnormal facilities with language, memory, and acquisition and retrieval of knowledge? Does science point toward interventions that could help persons with issues in these areas? Does it point toward ways to enhance capacities?
How might you help clients or students give up their intuitively held yet erroneous beliefs about the world?
Do culturally diverse populations experience memory, knowledge, and language differently?
How do emotions impact memory, knowledge, and language ability?
Instructions
For this assessment, you will create a PowerPoint presentation focused on the following topics:
Memory models and processes.
Knowledge representation, organization, and manipulation.
Language acquisition and competency.
The following resource is required to complete the assessment.
Presentation Template [PPTX].
Note: Do not submit a paper for this assessment. Papers will not be graded.
You will complete this assessment by replacing all language that is enclosed within brackets [. . .] in the PowerPoint Presentation Template with your own words.
Remember, your presentation is for an interdisciplinary team, so it will be important to communicate in a manner that can be understood by those not trained in psychology.
Contents of the Presentation
TITLE SLIDE
On the first slide of the PowerPoint, enter the following:
A descriiptive title of approximately 5–15 words. It should stir interest while maintaining professional decorum.
Professional development for [enter the type of institutional context your presentation is designed for].
Your name.
Your specialization.
Course number and title.
Capella University.
Faculty name.
Note: If this presentation was made in an actual professional context, the entries under your name would be replaced by your job title, the name of your organization, and perhaps your contact information.
TOPIC INTRODUCTION SLIDES
Present each of the three topics in a separate section that begins with a slide naming the topic and concisely introducing it.
THEORETICAL BACKGROUND SLIDES
Use one or more slides to briefly analyze the origins and evolution of each theory that you will reference in relation to each topic.
APPLICATION SLIDES
Use one or more slides to explain how theories, principles, and evidence-based best practices related to each topic can be used to explain behavior and help people. Remember, these factors should be relevant to the context your presentation is designed for. For each of these:
Analyze how and to what extent brain physiology and neuroscience can provide an explanation of relevant phenomena.
Analyze how affect may impact cognitive performance in these areas.
Explain one or more ethical issues that might arise in the application of theories and principles related to memory, language, or knowledge.
Cite the APA Code of Ethics or another code of ethics if it is more relevant to your area.
Explain how theories and principles related to at least one of the topics in your presentation apply to culturally diverse populations.
CONCLUSION SLIDE
Conclude your presentation with a succinct statement that sums up the utility of what you have presented.
REFERENCES SLIDE
Cite references using current APA style and formatting guidelines.
Additional Requirements
Be sure your presentation meets the following requirements:
Written and visual communication: It should be free of errors that detract from the overall message.
APA format: Use current APA style and formatting guidelines as they apply to this assessment.
Competencies Measured
By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies and assessment criteria:
Competency 2: Incorporate theories, principles, and evidence-based best practices of cognitive psychology into professional practice.
Explain how theories, principles, and evidence-based best practices related to memory, language, and the representation, organization, and manipulation of knowledge can be applied in professional practice.
Analyze how brain physiology or neuroscience is related to memory, language, and the representation, organization, and manipulation of knowledge.
Competency 3: Incorporate theories, principles, and evidence-based best practices of affective psychology into professional practice.
Analyze how affect may impact cognitive performance related to memory, language, and the representation, organization, and manipulation of knowledge.
Competency 4: Explain how ethical principles and practices influence application of theories and principles of cognitive and affective psychology.
Explain one or more ethical issues that might arise in application of theories and principles related to memory, language, or knowledge.
Competency 5: Analyze how the theories and principles of cognitive and affective psychology apply to culturally diverse populations.
Explain how theories and principles related to memory, language, or knowledge apply to culturally diverse populations.
Competency 6: Communicate in a manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations for members of the psychological professions.
Employ appropriate written and visual communication to convey content to an intended audience.
Apply proper APA formatting and style.