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Why is it important to have scientific ethics?

Ethical Importance.
Why is it important to have scientific ethics? What constitutes a violation of scientific ethics?

Give an example of an ethical violation in any context related to cyberpsychology or psychology in general, and why it is unethical and what could have been done to prevent it. For this component of the paper, please find an incident that is publicly available, and make sure to provide a citation and/or working link.
This paper should demonstrate your understanding of the role of ethics in scientific research, your ability to identify research practices that constitute a violation of scientific ethics, and your ability to recognize and recommend ethical research best practices. This paper should use APA style (7th ed.) for all formatting and references and include a minimum of three references from peer-reviewed journals or published books.  Non-academic websites, blogs, social media, and non-academic research or publications can be used but do not apply to the required number of references you need.

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Ethical importance.

Ethical Importance.
Why is it important to have scientific ethics? What constitutes a violation of scientific ethics?

Give an example of an ethical violation in any context related to cyberpsychology or psychology in general, and why it is unethical and what could have been done to prevent it. For this component of the paper, please find an incident that is publicly available, and make sure to provide a citation and/or working link.
This paper should demonstrate your understanding of the role of ethics in scientific research, your ability to identify research practices that constitute a violation of scientific ethics, and your ability to recognize and recommend ethical research best practices. This paper should use APA style (7th ed.) for all formatting and references and include a minimum of three references from peer-reviewed journals or published books.  Non-academic websites, blogs, social media, and non-academic research or publications can be used but do not apply to the required number of references you need.

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Assignment is comprised of two sections: test your knowledge & let’s discuss. 

Directions:
assignment is comprised of two sections: Test Your Knowledge & Let’s Discuss.  For both sections, respond to all parts of the assigned question numbering answers to match to the corresponding question. Each answer must be at least one paragraph in length demonstrating understanding and application of the required class readings. For the question under Let’s Discuss, in addition to completing all parts of the assigned question (minimum of one paragraph in length)
Test Your Knowledge
1.) Explain what Alfred Adler means by a unified personality and the role inferiority Discuss how employing a safeguarding technique is it related to a person’s style of life. Create an example of a safeguarding technique a child or teen could employ in the classroom. Which safeguarding technique do you suppose may have more challenging consequences?
2.) How is Carl Jung’s collective unconscious a part of personality according to his view? How could a child’s social context positively or negatively affect their personal and collective unconscious as well their archetypes? Create a real-life example including at least one archetype.
3.) How can knowledge of Jung’s personality theory of introversion/extroversion and Adler’s beliefs on birth order and personality inform educators’ instructional practices and their classroom space? Do you feel it could also serve to increase their understanding of student behaviors and improve teacher-student relations in the classroom? Please explain. 
Let’s Discuss
1.) For the two assigned articles that you chose to read (see modules for links to all the articles), clearly share at least two aspects of each article’s findings pertaining to the personality theory the article related to for this week (Jung or Adler). In addition, what did you learn regarding personality theory and the classroom as a result of reading the article? What did you find to be of most interest in reading these articles? Were you surprised by any of the findings? How so?

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Persons of color are not.

What is  six tenets of CRT by integrating the six social work core values by arguing  for the say gay bill that was passed in Florida.
Framework to engage a population group in a change episode using  4 identified tasks. talk about Vulnerable population, address each question on task 1 , discuss your position and how it influence responses.                   
Themes of Critical Race Theory
1. Racism is deeply and perpetually embedded in societal institutions, making it very difficult to identify.
Despite the banning of visible signs of discrimination, racial privilege continues. CRT seeks to study and
change the relationship between race, racism, and power, questioning the liberal order of things.
2. Racism has become normalized in societal structures and institutions in which whites are privileged and
persons of color are not. Thus, race and racism serve psychological, social, and material interests, and in
order for change to occur it must benefit majority interests as well as those interests of excluded minorities.
3. Race is socially constructed, having no basis in genetics or biology. Yet, categories of difference have
been created by law to normalize race and underscore white privilege.
4. Symbolism and meaning of racial groups have changed over place and time depending on political,
social, and economic needs.
5. The intersectionality of multiple identities is recognized, and to solely recognize gender, race, class,
sexuality, disability, or any other identity without acknowledging the complexity of their overlap leads to
further marginization.
6. The voices of people of color are unique, must be heard, and are often more effective in assessing the
intended and unintended consequences of public policies and programs
Task 1 includes two sets of activities—developing cultural humility and listening to
different perspectives from population members.
Develop Cultural Humility
Most, if not all, episodes of macro-level change will involve populations that differ on
some dimension from the social work change agent. For this reason, we emphasize listening to members of the target population and gathering a wide variety of theoretical
perspectives and empirical evidence in order to develop an effective planned change intervention. But before a social worker engages in these learning activities, she or he must
attend to interpersonal attitudes regarding diversity and difference

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Discussions are scholarly dialogs, so while sharing what you think and not just what published authors wrote is encouraged, only stating opinion isn’t acceptable.

Also, required for each discussion are three (3) replies to at least three different classmates, due by Sunday at 11:59 pm Eastern Time. Discussions are scholarly dialogs, so while sharing what you think and not just what published authors wrote is encouraged, only stating opinion isn’t acceptable. Instead, thoughtfully integrate relevant theory and research you read about this week and strive to make connections between that academic content and your own observations and experiences. Formal citations are not required in the discussion. Your responses to the postings of other students should be relevant and substantive. Reply posts containing just a few sentences or statements of agreement or disagreement only or that stray away from the topic or repeat what another classmate has already said in his or her posts does not demonstrate substantive discussion. Please be certain to post the name of the person you are responding to in each post you make. This is essential for tracking who said what to whom. Please at minimum 100 words per reply

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These discussions must be based on class readings and include reference to the reading(s)

Each student will make substantive reflections on the readings for the week. Note, that a reflection that reads, “I really thought it was interesting” does not count. These discussions must be based on class readings and include reference to the reading(s)

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Bonnie received group treatment for her social anxiety.

1. While in treatment, some people with Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) are reluctant to give up their worrying and worry behaviors because they believe these features are helpful to them (e.g., Adrian arrived at work 30 minutes early each morning to plan her day and to decrease the likelihood of making mistakes or overlooking important tasks). Do you believe worry can have adaptive qualities?  If so, what are they?  What do you believe are the negative consequences of worry, especially when worry is at the level found in GAD?
2. As in the case of John, men are more likely than women to cope with their panic attacks by using alcohol or other drugs; women are more likely than men to develop extensive agoraphobic avoidance in response to panic attacks. Why do you think this is the case?
3. Bonnie received group treatment for her social anxiety. What are the advantages and disadvantages of group treatment (versus individual treatment) as an intervention for Social Anxiety Disorder?
4. Research has indicated that in some persons, a strict, devoutly religious upbringing was a factor that contributed to the development of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). Based on the information provided in the Case 5 section “Case Formulation Using the Integrative Model” in this case, why might this be?  What other social and developmental factors do you think might contribute to the origins of OCD?

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Needs to be 350 words

I need help revising this essay! I need more personal opinion and beliefs. Your own thoughts on the video (reaction) It’s based on a video below
Needs to be 350 words

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It should be in paragraph form and written like an actual pper

It should be in paragraph form and written like an actual pper
Must include a reference page with all of your sources in APA format
Should include in-text citations
Must find a minimum of 1 additional source and include it in your paper and reference page
First person is fine but should be backed up by  research and evidence

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How important is power in today’s world.

Label each section part 1 and part 2
PArt 1
The Learned Helplessness Experiment
Here is an article to help you understand the Learned Helplessness Experiment: https://www.verywellmind.com/what-is-learned-helplessness-2795326
Here is the research article on the Learned Helplessness Experiment: https://www.annualreviews.org/doi/pdf/10.1146/annurev.me.23.020172.002203
Here is a video on the Learned Helplessness Experiment:
  https://youtu.be/jEO3sJdoNV8
Discussion Questions:
1. Why do you think Seligman’s findings were so groundbreaking?
2. Who would you expect to have more success, better health, and lower rates of depression – those with optimistic or pessimistic explanatory styles? Please explain your answer.
3. Taking from Seligman’s experiments, what are some ways you can help someone realize they have control over a bad situation?
4. What did the Learned Helplessness Experiment try to prove?
Part 2
The Milgram Obedience Experiment
Here is an article from Simply Psychology that will help you better understand the study:
https://www.simplypsychology.org/milgram.html
Here is the actual study article: https://www.gvsu.edu/cms4/asset/F51281F0-00AF-E25A-5BF632E8D4A243C7/milgram_behavioral_study_1963.pdf
Here is a short video to help you understand the Milgram Obedience Experiment:

 
Discussion Questions:
1. What is the main takeaway from this experiment?
2. Why are some people more persistent in their beliefs?
3. If this study was replicated today, do you think there would be similar or different results? Why or Why not?
4. Why do people choose to lose all morals and principles just to obey authority? How important is power in today’s world.
5. Do you think Milgram’s study justifies peoples unethical actions?