Select a scientific method for this psychological research. Although in the “real world,” researchers may combine methods or use one or more methods, choose only ONE research method for the purpose of this academic exercise. Working with humans can create potential issues. List some of the strengths and weaknesses of this specific type of research. Identify potential ethical concerns in this research process.
three part question
In answering the question, utilize at least two scholarly and non-scholarly sources including the textbook and other sources.
part 1: Identify a work issue that you have experienced and discuss how you would research the problem. Feel free to use a mixed method for your research plan. Be sure to include whether the research would be qualitative, quantitative, or both (mixed method), who the participants would be, and how the data would be collected. If you don’t have a personal work experience, fell free to borrow one from a friend or family member. Any ethical considerations should be included as well. (minimum of 400 words)——> part 2: Review some of the ways that organizations can improve diversity and discuss some of the benefits of having a diverse workforce. What other forms of discrimination, other than race are found in the workplace? As an I-O Psychologist, how might you suggest an organization reduce any discrimination? (minimum of 350 words)——>part 3:Find and take an Emotional Intelligence (EI) survey on the internet. Define in detail the concept of EI, its components, and importance in the workplace. In your post, take into consideration the following questions:
Do you feel the test was accurate?
Do you think that employers should be using psychological assessments in the workplace?
Could these assessments violate an employee’s privacy?
What could be some of the ramifications of having your employer know so much about you?
Does your state have any laws regarding workplace testing? (minimum 350 words)
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Psychology Assignment Help “Ten Ways to Have a Better Conversation” by Celeste HeadleeLinks to an external site.
When your job hinges on how well you talk to people, you learn a lot about how to have conversations — and that most of us don’t converse very well. Celeste Headlee has worked as a radio host for decades, and she knows the ingredients of a great conversation: Honesty, brevity, clarity, and a healthy amount of listening. In this insightful talk, she shares 10 useful rules for having better conversations. “Go out, talk to people, listen to people,” she says. “And, most importantly, be prepared to be amazed.”
After viewing the video, answer the following questions:
1. In your opinion, what are the top three key points?
2. Identify one additional point not mentioned.
Remember: All posts and responses for all assignments should contain proper grammar, be free of spelling errors, be substantial, and reflect critical thinking. Any content that is paraphrased, summarized, or quoted in your discussion post or response must be cited using APA format.
write a 4-page paper on “Creating a Culture of Competency”.
**This is not Cultural Competency, but creating a culture within an organization that focuses on continuous training and development for employees.
Research this topic using at least two sources such as your textbook and journal articles to assist you in writing your paper. Use APA documentation for writing papers and sources used. The paper content does not include your Cover Page and Reference list.
**Remember that all factual information should be paraphrased and no quotations used.
Description: A Reaction/Response Essay is a writing assignment where you express your professional thoughts, interpretation, and evaluation of a particular topic. References should be used to support or contrast ideas Conduct research to support your essay.
Here are a few articles that might help get you started on the topic:
Edgar and Lockwood 2008 – Organizational Competency.pdf Download Edgar and Lockwood 2008 – Organizational Competency.pdf
Beheshtifar 2012 – Role of career competencies in organizational learning capability.pdf Download Beheshtifar 2012 – Role of career competencies in organizational learning capability.pdf
Mansor 2010 – Enculturation of organizational learning for developing competency.pdf Download Mansor 2010 – Enculturation of organizational learning for developing competency.pdf
Questions you might ask yourself:
How do you feel about the topic?
Do you agree with the author’s conclusion based on the presentation of facts?
Could there have been another interpretation?
How has this reading impacted your view of the topic?
Did you realize something that was unknown to you before?
Did the reading simply reinforce ideas and beliefs you already had about the topic?
Did you in anyway identify with the topic?
APA Style [refer to: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/ (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. (Links to an external site.)]
Length: 3 Pages
Typed using 1” Margins; Double-spaced; 12 point Times New Roman font.
Cover Page: Your Name; Course Name; Instructor’s Name; Title; and Date.
Introduce the topic by including the history/background of the issue, the importance of the topic, and/or the impact the issue can have.
Provide a brief summary of the topic and define all operational definitions.
Thesis statement: Describe the specific issue that you are examining in the paper.
Organizing Ideas, Opinions, and Viewpoints:
Thesis statement forms the basis of the essay.
Describe at least three of these key ideas.
Develop your ideas in each paragraph by using resources, examples, giving details, and us.
While the use of the first person “I” is generally not appropriate for academic essays, it is appropriate for a response/reaction essay since it is your personal response.
Body of the Essay:
Discuss the topic and your response/reaction to it referring to the presentation. Include at least a few key ideas that express/support your thesis statement.
Structure the paper so that each paragraph discusses an idea that expands on the thesis statement.
Reiteration of your thesis statement and restatement of your response/reaction.