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PSYCH 504 Week 1 Individual Scientific Study of Personality Paper
PSYCH 504 Week 1 Learning Team Charter
PSYCH 504 Week 1 DQ 1
PSYCH 504 Week 1 DQ 2
PSYCH 504 Week 2 Individual Assignment Psychodynamic Theorist Paper
PSYCH 504 Week 2 Learning Team Quiz 1
PSYCH 504 Week 2 DQ 1
PSYCH 504 Week 2 DQ 2
PSYCH 504 Week 3 History and Theory Paper (Freud and Rogers)
PSYCH 504 Week 3 Learning Team Quiz 2
PSYCH 504 Week 3 DQ 1
PSYCH 504 Week 3 DQ 2
PSYCH 504 Week 4 Learning Team Quiz 3
PSYCH 504 Week 4 Individual Assignment Phobia Paper (Little Hans)
PSYCH 504 Week 4 DQ 1
PSYCH 504 Week 4 DQ 2
PSYCH 504 Week 5 Individual Assignment Personality development Paper
PSYCH 504 Week 5 Team Assignment Theory Tables
PSYCH 504 Week 5 DQ 1
PSYCH 504 Week 5 DQ 2
PSYCH 504 Week 6 Individual Assignment Personality Theory Paper

PSYCH 504 Week 6 Team Assignment Gender and Personality Presentation

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PSYCH 504 Week 1 Individual Scientific Study of Personality Paper

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Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper that explores personality

characteristics.

Address the following in your paper:

  • How do psychologists define personality? Provide an
  • overview of the definition of personality.

  • Researchers use a number of different methods to study
  • personality. Three of the most commonly used methods

    are case studies, correlational designs, and experimental

    designs or true experiments.

    o How do these methods differ?

    o What kind of information does each provide?

    o What are the advantages and disadvantages of each

    method?

    Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines, 6th Edition

    Citations: Minimum of 4 Peer Reviewed Journal

    References.

    Submit Certificate of Originality.

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    PSYCH 504 Week 1 Learning Team Charter

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    PSYCH 504 Week 2 Individual Assignment Psychodynamic Theorist Paper

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    Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper discussing Freud, Erikson, and two other psychoanalytic or neo-psychoanalytic theorists.

    Answer the following questions in your paper:

  • Why was Freud’s work so influential?
  • How did the analysts that followed Freud dissent from his viewpoint?
  • What links the theorists in the psychoanalytic theory group?•
  • What are three or more psychoanalytic concepts that are

    relevant to today’s culture? Explain their relevance and

    provide an example of each.

    Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.

    Citations: Minimum of 6 Peer Reviewed Journal

    References.

    Submit Certificate of Originality

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    PSYCH 504 Week 2 Learning Team Quiz 1

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    Multiple Choice

    1. The text emphasizes that a big difference between intuitive theories about people and scientific theories of personality is that the personality scientist must

    A) engage in scientific observation.

    B) interrelate concepts about people systematically.

    C) provide ideas that are testable.

    D) all of the above.

    2. A unique feature of a course in personality psychology is that, unlike other courses, the focus is on

    A) motivation.

    B) nervous system functioning.

    C) the whole person.

    D) social systems and culture.

    3. The text defines personality mainly in terms of

    A) consistent patterns of behavior.

    B) unconscious wishes.

    C) traits.

    D) all of the above.

    4. In general terms, the text suggests that the science of personality

    A) is the study of how individuals differ in their perceptions and how these differences relate to their total functioning.

    B) attempts to understand how people are alike while recognizing that individuals are different in some ways.

    C) attempts to develop strategies for further research.

    D) all of the above.

    5. Which of the following are emphasized as central to the study of personality?

    A) individual differences and consistent patterns of functioning.

    B) individual differences and the operation of conscious processes.

    C) patterns of organization and the operation of conscious processes.

    D) all of the above.

    6. Structural concepts refer to

    A) stable aspects of personality.

    B) dynamic aspects of personality.

    C) parts of the body.

    D) all of the above.

    7. “Units of analysis” refer to

    A) the basic variables of a given theory.

    B) the original source of data for a given theory.

    C) the research methods employed most frequently in a given theory.

    D) the theoretical assumptions of a given theorist.

    8. The personality concept that refers to individual consistency and approximates the lay person's concepts to describe people is

    A) response.

    B) habit.

    C) trait.

    D) motive.

    9. A clustering of traits is called a

    A) unit of analysis.

    B) type.

    C) factor.

    D) dimension.

    10. Concepts such as trait and type fall into which of the following areas?

    A) structure.

    B) process.

    C) growth and development.

    D) psychopathology.

    Chapter: Chapter 02: The Scientific Study of People

    Multiple Choice

    1. The theories and research of scientific personality psychologists differ from those of the ordinary person in being

    A) more general and testable.

    B) more explicit and testable.

    C) more general and valid.

    D) more explicit and valid

    2. The text emphasizes that:

    A) theory and research are separate endeavors.

    B) one cannot have “theory-free research” because theory inevitably informs research procedures.

    C) to get a good theory, one first must engage in theory-free research, with the research findings being used to generate a theory.

    D) the measures used to assess personality, in doing personality research, generally are, and should be, theory-free.

    3. In clinical research there is

    A) minimal experimental control and maximum emphasis on naturally occurring phenomena.

    B) maximum experimental control and maximum emphasis on naturally occurring phenomena.

    C) minimal experimental control and minimum emphasis on naturally occurring phenomena.

    D) maximum experimental control and minimum emphasis on naturally occurring phenomena.

    4. The approach to research emphasizing the intensive study of individuals is

    A) correlational.

    B) clinical.

    C) experimental.

    D) na&a

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    PSYCH 504 Week 3 History and Theory Paper (Freud and Rogers)

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    Consider the eras, life histories, and personalities of Freud

    and Rogers.

    Identify two research articles published in the last 5 years:

    one that investigates a psychoanalytic or Freudian construct

    and one that investigates a client-centered, humanistic, or

    Rogerian construct.

    Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper about Freud and Rogers

    that addresses the following:

  • Provide a summary of each article, highlighting theprocesses that contemporary psychologists use to develop the theories of Freud and Rogers.
  • Explain their views of human nature and their worldviews as expressed in their respective theories.
  • Which aspect of their theory do you think would be different if they were alive and working today?
  • Explain how social and cultural factors influenced the development of Freud’s and Rogers’ respective theories of personality.
  • Format your paper according to APA guidelines. Citations: Please use a minimum of 6 Peer Reviewed journal articles Submit Certificate of Originality

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    PSYCH 504 Week 3 Learning Team Quiz 2

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    Quiz 2

    Multiple Choice

    1. Rogers' theory is primarily a theory of

    A) the structure of personality.

    B) the nature of psychology as a science.

    C) the process of change.

    D) psychopathology

    2. Two main trends seen throughout Rogers' life are

    A) a concern with the subjective-experiential and the objective-scientific.

    B) concern with religion and philosophy.

    C) concern with individuals and media.

    D) concern with the correlational approach and the construct validity approach.

    3. Rogers' theory of personality is associated with a particular view of human nature. That view is reflected in which of the following statements?

    A) to the extent that people are as Freud pictured them they are neurotic.

    B) human nature is basically negative.

    C) self-actualization is essentially the same as Freud's concept of socialization.

    D) people are basically sinful.

    4. Which of the following statements does not accurately reflect an aspect of Rogers' theory of personality?

    A) A person's phenomenological field is made up of both conscious and unconscious perceptions.

    B) The most important determinants of behavior are those which are unconscious.

    C) A person's phenomenological field is made up of both symbolized and unsymbolized perceptions.

    D) The most important determinants of behavior are those which are symbolized.

    5. The phenomenological approach emphasizes

    A) feelings-experiences.

    B) perceptions.

    C) self-report measures.

    D) all of the above.

    1. Within the Rogerian framework, the neurotic person is a person

    A) whose psychic energy is released indirectly through pathological behavior because direct expression of needs and drives would be too threatening to the self.

    B) whose self-concept reflects nothing more than his organismic experience.

    C) whose self-concept does not reflect accurately organismic experience.

    D) both (a) and (b).

    2. The concept of flow relates to

    A) water pressure on the brain.

    B) positive states of consciousness.

    C) the effects of rewards on performance.

    D) the pleasure of water sports.

    3. According to self-determination theory

    A) people are innately rebellious.

    B) people function at their best performing out of anxiety.

    C) people prefer freely chosen to compelled activities.

    D) all of the above.

    4. Rogers' attitude toward making differential diagnoses in psychopathology might be summed up in the following statement.

    A) Differential diagnoses help a therapist to design individualized treatment programs.

    B) Differential diagnoses are useful in that they help point out the individual's specific problem areas.

    C) Differential diagnoses are relatively worthless as aids to psychotherapy.

    D) None of the above.

    5. Which is not a defense mentioned by Rogers?

    A) distortion.

    B) denial.

    C) projection.

    D) sublimation.

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    PSYCH 504 Week 4 Individual Assignment Phobia Paper (Little Hans)

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    For this assignment, you will choose from the following options:

  • Dog Phobia Paper
  • Public Speaking Phobia Paper
  • Little Hans Case Study
  • Read the University Material: Explaining Phobia

    Paper located on the student website.

    Submit Certificate of Originality

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    PSYCH 504 Week 4 Learning Team Quiz 3

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    Quiz 3

    1. As a scientist, Kelly viewed the person as

    A) basically good.

    B) basically active.

    C) basically evil.

    D) a "tabula rasa" (blank slate).

    2. Kelly's view of the person as a scientist implies that the person as an organism is essentially

    A) always trying to understand the present through an evaluation of the past.

    B) always trying to understand the present through an evaluation of the present.

    C) always trying to understand the past through an evaluation of the future.

    D) always trying to understand the future through an evaluation of the present.

    3. Within Kelly's cognitive theory of personality, the term "constructive alternativism" means

    A) we have the ability to seek objective reality in many alternative ways.

    B) when we are limited by objective reality we have the ability to express ourselves in alternative ways.

    C) there is no objective reality - only alternative ways of constructing events.

    D) none of the above.

    4. People have many different notions about what the goals of science are. Kelly felt that the goal of science is

    A) the development of construct systems that are helpful in anticipating events.

    B) the discovery of truth.

    C) the uncovering of things heretofore unknown.

    D) none of the above.

    5. Kelly suggested that a problem with psychologists is

    A) they do not assume people act on the same basis they do.

    B) they believe in absolute truths.

    C) they reject the value of subjective, personal knowledge.

    D) all of the above.

    6. According to Kelly we are

    A) free.

    B) determined.

    C) victims of the past or present.

    D) depends on our construction of things.

    7. According to Kelly, a theory has

    A) reliability and validity.

    B) loose and tight constructs.

    C) a range of convenience and a focus of convenience.

    D) all of the above.

    8. For Kelly, theories are

    A) part of the discovery of truth.

    B) valid or invalid.

    C) modifiable.

    D) maintained until an inaccurate prediction.

    9. The value of constructs is that they

    A) help us to gratify our instincts.

    B) help us to impose order and regularity on the world.

    C) are associated with affect and motivation.

    D) all of the above.

    10. According to Kelly, a construct

    A) always has two poles.

    B) is not always verbal.

    C) both (a) and (b).

    D) neither (a) nor (b).

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    PSYCH 504 Week 5 Individual Assignment Personality development Paper

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    Write a 1,400- to 1,750-word paper that examines the influences of traits—such as trait theory—and biology—such as temperament—on personality development. Answer the following questions in your paper:

  • How does the gene-environment interaction influence personality?
  • Is culture a factor in personality expression?
  • What do twin studies show us about the inheritability of
  • personality?

  • What characteristics of temperament are stable over time and contribute to our adult personality?
  • Are specific characteristics consistent over situation and over time?
  • Include an explanation of how the following personality models may be adapted to account for variation in the

    personal, societal, and cultural factors discussed in your paper:

  • Biological model
  • Five-factor trait theory
  • Temperament model of personality
  • Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.

    Citations: Use a minimum of 5 Peer Reviewed Journal

    Articles

    Submit Certificate of Originality

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    PSYCH 504 Week 5 Team Assignment Theory Tables

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    Complete the University Material: Theory Tables.

    Report the major figures that influence trait and biological

    theories, the key concepts that determine personality

    formation, and how they explain disordered personality.

    Evaluate each theory on its comprehensiveness, applicability,

    cultural utility, and support from empirical research.

    Discuss your findings with your team.

    Submit the completed chart to your instructor.

    Submit Certificate of Originality

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    PSYCH 504 Week 6 Individual Assignment Personality Theory Paper

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    Read the University Material: Personality Theory

    Paper located on the student website and follow the

    instructions to complete the assignment.

    Citations: A minimum of 7 Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

    Submit Certificate of Originality

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    PSYCH 504 Week 6 Team Assignment Gender and Personality Presentation

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    Resource: Ch. 3, 9, & 13 of Personality.

    Create a 10- to 15-slide presentation discussing gender and

    personality.

    Address the following questions in your presentation:

  • Do men and women develop personality in a different
  • manner? Is there a difference in the expression of

    personality in varying social and occupational roles?

  • Are certain aspects of personality theory more applicable
  • to men and others more applicable to women?

  • How does gender interact with biological, social, and
  • cultural factors to form personality?

  • Do certain theories have strengths or limitations with
  • respect to gender and personality?

    Citations: A minimum of 7 Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

    Submit Certificate of Originality

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