Write down everything that you observed about the children. You may need to watch it more than once if you’re using the videos. Identify the children by the color of their clothes.
Answer the following questions:
1. What did you observe (notice or learn) about the children? Remember that since we are just beginning our study of developmental terms, you may just simply write your thoughts and observations in “plain” language.
2. Are more of your observations “objective” or “ subjective”? Explain your answer.
3. What are three examples of a child’s development that you saw? Example…The child was holding onto her mother’s hands to support her walking, she was not walking on her own.
4. Did anything surprise you?
5. What was difficult about observing the children?
6. Next time you observe, what different techniques might you try to make gathering information easier?
Post your response on this discussion board.
1. A brief description of your observation: where it took place, what other things seemed to be going on at the time, the approximate age of the children, a best guess is fine here.
2. Your answers to the 6 questions above.
Please do your observation FIRST and then read pages 28-34 in the Infant and Toddler Curriculum Framework , (Links to an external site.) what can you relate from this observation to the material in the book? Did you discover something new? Either a technique or something new about yourself. Some of you may be “old hands” at observation, other’s it may be a new experience…either way is okay…just share what the experience of observing was like for you. As you can see from the reading, observations are crucial to your work with infant and toddlers.
Next you will respond to two classmates. I want you to connect the child/children you read about, to information in Infant and Toddler Learning
Answer the following question about the article that you located: 1. Write the reference for this article in APA
Answer the following question about the article that you located:
1. Write the reference for this article in APA style.
2. Write an “overview” or brief summary of the article. Indicate your assessment of what the study is about and the major findings of the study.
3. According to the introduction, what information was already known about the topic (look for references to previous research)?
4. What variables were studied? What were the hypotheses concerning these variables?
5. What were the operational definitions of the variables studied?
6. Who were the participants in this study? Were there any special participant characteristics?
7. What were the procedures used to test the hypotheses? Did you notice any problematic features of the procedure?
8. Was the experimental or nonexperimental method used? Were there attempts to control any extraneous variables?
9. What were the major results of the study? Were the results consistent with the hypotheses?
10. How did the researcher interpret the results? Can you think of alternative interpretations?
**article is attached**
Psychology Assignment Help Summarize a chosen case study, describe the featured drug, explain if the situation in the case study qualifies as a substance abuse disorder, and describe the treatment that could be implemented (5-6 double-spaced pages).Introduction
First, you will explore one category of addictive drugs: opiates and analgesia. These both have medical applications, despite their addictive potential. After exploring opiates, you will look at the biological mechanisms behind addiction. Over the years, we’ve learned a great deal about the changes in the brain that coincide with substance abuse. Then, once you know about how the brain acts with addiction, you will explore the most common recreational drugs and legal recreational drugs and their effects on the brain.Overview
For this assessment, you will either listen to the case studies in the Case Studies: Hector, Rose, and Tyler media piece, or read the case studies below. Then, you will choose one of the case studies to write about in your assessment. Next, you will describe the case study, the drug in the case study, how the case study meets or does not meet criteria for a substance abuse disorder, and treatment that might treat the substance abuse disorder.Case Studies
Listen to the media piece Case Studies: Hector, Rose, and Tyler. You can read the same case studies below as reference for your assessment.Hector: Hector is a 42-year-old man who has a long history of sports injuries. His doctor prescribed codeine after he shattered his knee in a climbing accident last year. Even though his knee has healed, Hector continues to crave codeine. When he could no longer find a doctor to prescribe it, he started looking for other ways to get it and found a dealer who would sell it to him. As a result of his codeine use, his work suffered until he lost his job a month ago.
Rose: Rose is a 32-year-old woman who does LSD on weekends to party. She’s noticed that even in the middle of the week (when she hasn’t done LSD recently), she’ll have flashbacks to previous drug-induced hallucinations. When this occurs at work, she does her best to hide it but it’s been getting more difficult. She’s sure her co-workers notice but she shrugs it off with jokes about being distracted.
Tyler: Tyler is a 26-year-old male. Four years ago, the woman he was dating talked him into trying meth. At first, he’d just use meth with his girlfriend on weekends. Over the past few weeks, he’s found himself using meth as soon as he gets home from his construction job and he craves it while he is at work. His boss has commented on the changes he’s noticed at work, but Tyler is sure the meth use makes him a better employee as he has more energy.
Choose one of the three case studies, and in your assessment:Describe the case study briefly.
Describe the drug featured in the case study, including:The biological actions and effects of the drug.
The behavioral and psychological effects of the drug.
At least two scholarly sources. In addition, you can use information from the National Institute on Drug Abuse and the Psychopharmacology text.
Explain how the case study meets or does not meet the criteria for a substance abuse disorder.
Describe any medical or pharmacological treatment that might treat the substance abuse disorder.Use at least two scholarly sources. In addition, you can use information from the Psychopharmacology text.
You can use the following source to find more information about your chosen medication:National Institute on Drug Abuse. (n.d.). http://www.drugabuse.gov/You can access information and reports on addictive drugs using the search feature. Government websites are a great source for credible information and often a primary source for demographic information and other statistics.
Once you’ve gathered information from the above website, find four scholarly sources to use.Additional RequirementsYour assessment should also meet the following requirements:Writing style: Text is well-organized, incorporates evidence, and uses appropriate tone in grammatically sound sentences.
APA format: References and citations are formatted according to current APA style and formatting guidelines. Learn more in the Evidence and APA section of the Writing Center.
Resources: Four scholarly resources-two sources with evidence on the biological, behavioral, and psychological effects of the medication and two sources with evidence on the strengths and weaknesses of the medication. The Psychopharmacology textbook may be used as one of the resources.
Length: 5-6 typed, double-spaced pages of content, in addition to a title page and a reference page.
Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 point.
By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the course competencies through the following assessment scoring guide criteria:Competency 1: Explain the biological effects of psychoactive substances.Explain the biological actions and effects of the drug.
Competency 2: Explain the behavioral and psychological effects of psychoactive substances.Explain the behavioral and psychological effects of the drug.
Competency 3: Analyze the use of medication to treat specific mental health disorders.Explain how the case study meets the criteria for a substance abuse disorder.
Analyze how a medication treats the specific substance abuse disorder.
Competency 4: Apply scholarly research findings to topics in psychopharmacology.Use four scholarly sources to support main points.
Competency 5: Address assessment purpose in a well-organized text, incorporating appropriate evidence and tone in grammatically sound sentences.Address assessment purpose in a well-organized text, incorporating appropriate evidence and tone in grammatically sound sentences.
Apply APA style guidelines for formatting citations and references with few errors.
SCORING GUIDEUse the scoring guide to understand how your assessment will be evaluated.VIEW SCORING GUIDE
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Reflect on some of the main topics within Chapter 2 and your observations or experiences of these topics. Please cite additional information, either from your text, or other outside sources, to support your answers!
Question 1: One threat for the mother that occurs after birth, and is not as frequently discussed in the general public is postpartum depression, which impacts about 3 to 6 percent of women during pregnancy or in the weeks and months following delivery. What possible impact does this have on the mother, her child and her partner in terms or development and attachment? Why do you think postpartum depression is rarely discussed, and what suggestions do you have for increasing awareness?
Question 2: While the majority of mothers give birth in a hospital supported by highly trained medical personnel, women are also opting for different settings to bring their child into the world. This often involves birthing in the home, often with the assistance of different types of professionals in attendance. What are the advantages and potential drawback of these alternate birthing plans? What would be your advice for parents trying to decide between birthing plans?
Question 3: Describe issues that fathers or the non-pregnant partner might have in terms in feeling disconnected from the pregnancy and birth process and becoming a new parent. What suggestions do you have for helping partners feel more connected and involved during pregnancy and following delivery?