Discussion: Theory Progression
Discuss the historical influence of Freud’s theory. How did the time period influence Freud as he developed his personality theory?
Think about the historical context Martin Seligman’s Learned Helplessness and Positive Psychology and how it may have influenced your chosen theory’s development.
Freud’s Research Table
Psychology Assignment Help Assignment: Read the article attached below. Fill out the attached table with the following:
Part One: Annotated Bibliography
Summary and applicability to the final project
a. Not all sources you encounter in your research will be applicable to the final paper, so it is a good idea to note the relation the theory does or
does not have. You may come back to a source at a later time as you gain more insight about the different theories, so note all the different
research you encounter for easy retrieval.
Part Two: Theory Chart
i. Key Concepts
a. Identify the key concepts of the research.
ii. Historical Context and Historical Figures
a. Summarize the historical context of the research, including historical figures related to the research.
iii. Validity and Accuracy
a. Part 1 of the textbook explains these terms to help you further evaluate the theory based on validity and accuracy. Use this information to
evaluate the validity and accuracy of the research.
iv. Applicability of Theory Today
a. Identify the contemporary application of each theory.
v. Theory’s Relationship to the Final Project
a. Does the new theory support or contrast with the theory evaluated in the final project?
b. What key concepts are important for the comparison to the final project?
c. Is there a strong or weak relation to the theory evaluated in the final project?
Complete problem sets that apply principles and procedures related to sampling, testing hypotheses, effect size and power, one-sample t tests, and independent-groups t tests.Introduction
Note: The assessments in this course build upon each other, so you are strongly encouraged to complete them in sequence.Procedures examined in this assessment are fundamental for quantitative methodology. Random sampling, in which each participant has an equal chance of being selected, is needed to avoid biases that can distort results. It is necessary to understand a variety of sampling methods and how sample size and other factors affect the shape of distribution.In this assessment, you will examine sampling methods and take a look at the effect of sample size and power. You will also practice methods of defining variables, testing hypotheses, and t tests.Preparation
Note: The assessments in this course build upon each other, so you are strongly encouraged to complete them in sequence.Download and save the Hypothesis, Effect Size, Power, and t Tests [DOCX] worksheet. Complete the worksheet, and submit it for your assessment.Competencies Measured
By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the course competencies through the following assessment scoring guide criteria:Competency 1: Apply appropriate notation, terminology, procedures, and concepts to statistics problems.Explain the relationship between hypothesis, tests, and population mean.
Calculate a one-sample t test in SPSS, and state the hypothesis critical value and decision about the null with no more than one error, and the hypothesis represented by symbols.
Identify IV and DV, writing the correct hypothesis represented by symbols, and make decision about the null hypothesis giving justification with one errors.
Calculate an independent sample t test in SPSS.
Calculate an independent sample t test in Excel.
Competency 3: Evaluate confidence and significance of statistical data.Identify three correct researchers and partially explains selection based on effect size and power.
Explain fully the decisions for p values with one error.
Calculate confidence intervals using SPSS with no errors.
Competency 4: Apply quantitative analysis to individual, organizational, and social issues.Interpret population mean and variance with one error, and provide an accurately labeled sketch.
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