Learning Resources Required Readings Arnett, J. (2009). The neglected 95%, a c

  Learning Resources Required Readings Arnett, J. (2009). The neglected 95%, a challenge to psychology’s philosophy of science. American Psychologist, 64(6), 571–574. Abi-Hashem, N. (2015). Revisiting cultural awareness and cultural relevancy. The American Psychologist, 70(7), 660–661 Hwang, K. K. (2013). Linking science to culture: Challenge to psychologists. Social Epistemology, 27(1), 105–122. DOI: 10.1080/02691728.2012.760665     Benjamin, L.,… Continue reading  
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Arnett, J. (2009). The neglected 95%, a c

  Barbara,  Excellent discussion.  For your topic, you may want to narrow it dow

  Barbara,  Excellent discussion.  For your topic, you may want to narrow it down a bit so you can develop a testable hypothesis.  I think you are closest with reasons why some parents seek care- if you utilize a psychological construct to test.  Since the parents are the ones in charge of getting their child… Continue reading  
Barbara,
 Excellent discussion.  For your topic, you may want to narrow it dow

   This week, you will focus on one of the models you studied during this course

   This week, you will focus on one of the models you studied during this course. Your task in your Signature Assignment is to choose one of the classic MFT models that you learned about in this course and demonstrate a thorough knowledge of the model, including how the model approaches treatment planning. To do… Continue reading   
This week, you will focus on one of the models you studied during this course

  As a case manager, what three principles will guide your work? Provide a ratio

  As a case manager, what three principles will guide your work? Provide a rationale for your choices. In response to your peers, discuss how your choices are the same and how they differ.  See if you can come to an agreement on a final three including the rationale for choosing them.  Be sure to… Continue reading  
As a case manager, what three principles will guide your work? Provide a ratio

  Discussion Topic: To Drink or Not to Drink For a long time mothers have been w

  Discussion Topic: To Drink or Not to Drink For a long time mothers have been warned about drinking any amount of alcohol while pregnant for fear of their child being born with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS). ”There is no known safe amount of alcohol use during pregnancy or while trying to get pregnant. There… Continue reading  
Discussion Topic: To Drink or Not to Drink
For a long time mothers have been w

 title: Pressure from “Involution”: Understanding Parents’ Expectation and its R

 title: Pressure from “Involution”: Understanding Parents’ Expectation and its Relation with Mental Health Among Chinese International Students (1) Define “involution” and relate it to English Context: Chinese original definitions and their equivalence in the English language context (e.g., limited resource environment leading competence) (check article: https://www.britannica.com/topic/involution-anthropological-and-economic-theory. / https://www.newyorker.com/culture/cultural-comment/chinas-involuted-generation. /https://news.cgtn.com/news/2020-12-04/-Involution-The-anxieties-of-our-time-summed-up-in-one-word-VWNlDOVdjW/index.html (2) Comparative analysis of the sources… Continue reading  title: Pressure from “Involution”: Understanding Parents’ Expectation and its R

  You are interviewing for a Human Services Generalist Position with a human ser

  You are interviewing for a Human Services Generalist Position with a human services organization that serves a community near you. They provide educational and employment resources to job-seeking, low-income families and individuals. As part of the interview process, the hiring manager has asked you to prepare a visually appealing PowerPoint slideshow introducing ways to… Continue reading  
You are interviewing for a Human Services Generalist Position with a human ser

 In 1961, men from all different vocations responded to an ad in New Haven, Conn

 In 1961, men from all different vocations responded to an ad in New Haven, Connecticut for what was ostensibly a study on the effect of learning and memory. What they did not realize, is that they would make history by being participants in perhaps the most (in)famous psychological experiment demonstrating a “shocking” reality – that… Continue reading  In 1961, men from all different vocations responded to an ad in New Haven, Conn