PSY 330 Entire Course To Purchase This Material Click below Link FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.psy330expert.com This Tutorial contains 2 Set of Paper for each Assignment Please check All Products included in this Tutorial Below PSY 330 Week 1 DQ 1 Freudian and Jungian Theories of the Unconscious Mind PSY 330 Week 1 Quiz Psychoanalytic and Psychodynamic Models of Personality PSY 330 Week 1 Assignment Initial Self-Assessment (2 Papers) PSY 330 Week 2 DQ 1 Epigenetic Influences on Personality and Behavior PSY 330 Week 2 Quiz Neurobiological and Traits Models PSY 330 Week 2 Assignment The Trait Model of Personality (2 Papers) PSY 330 Week 3 DQ 1 Cognitive Behavioral Interventions PSY 330 Week 3 Assignment Part One of the Integrative Personality Theory Paper (2 Papers) PSY 330 Week 4 DQ 1 The Concept of Self PSY 330 Week 4 Quiz Interpersonal and Self-Psychology Models PSY 330 Week 5 DQ 1 Personality Disorders PSY 330 Week 5 Quiz Personality Disorders PSY 330 Week 5 Final Paper - Integrative Personality Theory (2 Papers) ………………………………………………………………………………..
PSY 330 Week 1 Assignment Initial Self-Assessment (2 Papers) To Purchase This Material Click below Link FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.psy330expert.com This Tutorial contains 2 Papers Initial Self-Assessment. Prior to beginning work on this assignment, carefully read Chapter 1 of your text. According to the American Psychological Association (n.d.) Personality refers to individual differences in characteristic patterns of thinking, feeling, and behaving. The study of personality focuses on two broad areas: One is understanding
individual differences in particular personality characteristics, such as sociability or irritability. The other is understanding how the various parts of a person come together as a whole. (para 1) In this course, you will explore seven well-known models that explain the development of personality. However, you probably already have some ideas and opinions about how personalities develop based on your prior learning and life experiences. This first assignment is meant to provide you with a baseline of your thinking about personality that you can compare and contrast to the theories we will be studying. This paper will also be integrated into a section of your final assignment. This is not a research paper; that will come later. In this assignment, you will reflect on your current assumptions defining personality as they relate to your understanding of your own behaviors. Describe your personality, including your typical style, your main traits, the way you interact with others, and how you handle stress. Explain what it is that makes you uniquely “you,” and how you think you became the person you are today. Describe the social and/or psychological factors you can point to that help support your explanation as well as any genetic factors you believe affect your unique personality. ………………………………………………………………………………..
PSY 330 Week 1 DQ 1 Freudian and Jungian Theories of the Unconscious Mind To Purchase This Material Click below Link FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.psy330expert.com Freudian and Jungian Theories of the Unconscious Mind. Prior to beginning work on this discussion be sure to read Chapters 2 and 3 in your text, read the Iurato (2015) “A brief comparison of the unconscious as seen by Jung and Levi-Strauss” article, and review the Sigmund Freud: The Unconscious mind video and The Washington Society for Jungian Psychology website. In addition to
the required resources, research a minimum of one scholarly source in the Ashford University Library on this topic. The unconscious mind is a core concept in most psychoanalytical and psychodynamic theories, but Freud andJung’s theories are the most developed and prominent. Your text and the required readings and media havepresented the two theories. In your initial post of a minimum of 350 words, present an overview of both Freud’s theory and Jung’s theory of the role of the unconscious mind as it pertains to personality and behavior. Thencompare and contrast the basic assumptions of the two theories and note the similarities and the differences as they relate to human behavior. Based on your reading and research explain which interpretation of the unconscious mind you support. ………………………………………………………………………………..
PSY 330 Week 2 Assignment The Trait Model of Personality (2 Papers) To Purchase This Material Click below Link FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.psy330expert.com This Tutorial contains 2 Papers The Trait Model of Personality. Prior to beginning work on this assignment, read Chapter 8 in your text as well as the article by Allemand, Steiger, and Hill (2013), and view the The Big Personality Test video. In addition to the required resources, go to the Ashford University Library and research a minimum of one scholarly source on the trait model of personality and one scholarly resource on the big five theory of personality. It is recommended that you go to the The Big Five Personality Test and complete the free, confidential personality test that is based on the big five theory. The results of this test may be used to aid in the completion of this assignment. Please note that you do not need to register or give any personal information to obtain your results from this website. After you have completed the assessment, click on the “No, just give me my results” link.
This link will take you to a page that will tell you how you scored on each of the five traits in this theory. In the first part of this assignment, you will provide an overview of the trait model of personality in which you identify at least one principal theorist associated with the model. Briefly compare and contrast the basic assumptions of this model and the psychodynamic model of personality regarding the difference between healthy and unhealthy personalities. Use your research as well as this week’s required resources to support your statements. The Big Five Model (also known as the Five Factor Model) is the prevailing theory in the trait model of personality. In the second part of your paper, identify and describe each of the five traits included in the big five model: extroversion, agreeableness, conscienciousness, neuroticism, and openness to experience. If you chose to take the online Big Five Personality Test, reflect on your results from the test and discuss how you scored on each of the five traits. If you chose not to take the online test, use the assigned readings, video, and your research to explain how the five trait theory describes your personality. ………………………………………………………………………………..
PSY 330 Week 2 DQ 1 Epigenetic Influences on Personality and Behavior To Purchase This Material Click below Link FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.psy330expert.com Epigenetic Influences on Personality and Behavior. Prior to beginning work on this discussion please read the Hurley (2013) Trait vs. Fate and Weaver, et al. (2004) Epigenetic Programming by Maternal Behavior articles and review the Webster “The Great Rat Mother Switcheroo” online article. The recommended resources for this week also provide more information on these topics. In this week’s required resources, we have learned that while our genes have a lot to say about who we are, environmental
factors, particularly parental behavior, can shape the behavior of offspring on a biochemical level. Using the assigned Hurley and Weaver et al. articles, briefly describe the research that has been done with rat mothers to illustrate this phenomenon. In your initial post of a minimum of 350 words, explain the implications of the research on parental behavior and environmental factors as they relate to human personality development. Describe how this research data might be used to explain unhealthy personality traits. Describe how the emerging field of epigenetics is imparcting the longstanding nature vs nurture paradigm. Be sure to cite the Hurley and Weaver, et al. articles in your initial post. ………………………………………………………………………………..
PSY 330 Week 2 Quiz Neurobiological and Traits Models To Purchase This Material Click below Link FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.psy330expert.com This quiz consists of 20 multiple-choice questions. PSY 330 Week 2 Quiz 1. 1. Chemical groups that attach to DNA or to their associated proteins can 2. 2. How has electrical stimulation of the brain been used in neuroscience research? 3. 3. Heritability studies suggest that genes can explain approximately ____ of the variability in personality. 4. 4. How does Hebb describe learning at the neuronal level? 5. 5. Research suggests that brain volume and the structure of the _____ are related to dreaming and dream recall. 6. 6. In what way could the Human Brain Project further our understanding of cognitive neuroscience? 7. 7. What effect did the Ascending Reticular Activation system have on personality according to Eysenck? 8. 8. Which of the following methods used to study the human brain can show a live picture of brain activation? 10 randomized questions from this bank 9. 9. What are the three stages of stress (in order) according to General Adaptation Syndrome? 10. 10. Which category of Thomas and Chess’s classification of temperament measures a child’s movement during bathing, eating, playing, dressing, and by
looking at the child’s sleep-wake cycles? 11. 11. According to Cantor (1990), what is a way in which personal action units “complement” our personality traits? 12. 12. Those low in _____ tend to be less tolerant and more prejudiced, but there is no relation with psychological health. However, _____ has the biggest implication for interpersonal relationships and is implicated in psychological well-being. 13. 13. What outcomes are associated with high levels of childhood conscientiousness, according to Hampson and colleagues (2013)? 14. 14. Which of the following is an example of the fundamental attribution error? 15. 15. Which is the best explanation for why personality remains fairly stable over the lifetime? 16. 16. One approach for conceptualizing personality, the _____ approach, considers when an individual frequently engages in a certain behavior that others associate with a particular trait. 17. 17. Which two of the Big Five are most heritable? 18. 18. What were Walter Mischel’s two main criticisms of the trait approach? 19. 19. In Raymond Cattell’s factor analysis of personality traits, how were the underlying factors determined? 20. 20. Although now regarded as defunct, what did the Humoral theory help establish? ………………………………………………………………………………..
PSY 330 Week 3 Assignment Part One of the Integrative Personality Theory Paper (2 Papers) To Purchase This Material Click below Link FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.psy330expert.com This Tutorial contains 2 Papers Part One of the Integrative Personality Theory Paper. Prior to beginning work on this assignment, review sections 1.2, 1.3, and 1.4 of Chapter 1 in the text. In addition, read the e-book sections by Glanz (n.d.) and Saucier and Srivastava (2015). The major assignment for this course is the development of your personal Integrative Personality Theory. In this paper, you will select one concept from each of the
seven models covered in this course to include in your theory. Note that this is not meant to be an overview of each model, and the paper cannot focus on just one model. Rather, you are to select a specific concept from a theory in each model, and you must include one concept from each of the seven models in your final paper. Click here for examples of some of the main concepts from the Psychodynamic Model. In this week’s assignment, you will begin work on the final paper. You will complete the specific secions of the paper that are indicated below. This allows you to begin work on this major assignment and receive formative feedback from your instructor in order to improve final submission. Please visit the Ashford Writing Center for guidance on how to format headings in APA Style. ………………………………………………………………………………..
PSY 330 Week 3 DQ 1 Cognitive Behavioral Interventions To Purchase This Material Click below Link FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.psy330expert.com Cognitive Behavioral Interventions. Prior to beginning work on this discussion please read pages 8 – 14 of the Bennett-Levy, Westbrook, Fennell, Cooper, Rouf, and Hackmann chapter of the google book Oxford Guide to Behavioural Experiments in Cognitive Therapy (2004), the Weck article (2013), and theCombs, Tiegreen, and Nelson article (2007). Choose a specific disorder from the following list. • Agoraphobia • Anorexia or Bulimia • Generalized Anxiety Disorder • Depression • Panic Disorder • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder • Specific Phobias (public speaking, heights, animals, etc.) • Substance Abuse ………………………………………………………………………………..
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www.psy330expert.com Week 3 – Quiz 1. Research (Vartanian et al., 2012) suggests that even informal and relatively brief behavioral assessments of normally functioning adults can lead to a consensus with respect to predicting 2.2. With respect to assessment, the behavioral perspective would attribute any observed differences based on culture to different 3.3. What did Martin Seligman find during his experiments with dogs and electrical shock? 4.4. According to B. F. Skinner, an operant is (Points : 1) 5.5. Consistent with David H. Barlow’s hypothesis, a recent study (Pickett et al., 2012) of undergraduates showed a strong connection between behavioral inhibition, experiential avoidance, and (Points : 1) 6.6. According to the chapter, classical conditioning best explains clinical disorders like PTSD by (Points : 1) 7.7. What is the difference between forgetting and extinction? (Points : 1) 8.8. What are the important steps in Joseph Wolpe’s systematic desensitization? (Points : 1) 9.9. Which of the following statements is NOT true according to Edward Lee Thorndike’s Law of Effect? 10.10. Why is a variable schedule the best schedule to maintain behavior over time? (Points : 1) 11.11. What significant result came from Beck’s success in cognitive-behavior therapy and the popularity of his approach? 12.12. In his research with rats and a maze, Edward Tolman found that (Points : 1) 13.13. Which of the following statements reflects how Albert Ellis’s Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy can be used to help us understand personality disorders? (Points : 1) 14.14. According to Kelly’s construct theory, what other construct may arise from the personal construct that “no matter how hard I work, I never get ahead”? (Points : 1) 15.15. Research about violent TV exposure has shown that such exposure 16.16. What has been shown about motivated reasoning through Kunda’s literature review? (Points : 1) 17.17. How did George Kelly compare the everyday person to a scientist in his construct theory? 18.18. How could self- and person-schemas be implicated in depression? 19.19. Why is it often said that our brains use
heuristics to process information rather than algorithms? 20.20. What was a primary factor in the rise of the cognitive revolution? (Points : 1) ………………………………………………………………………………..
PSY 330 Week 4 DQ 1 The Concept of Self To Purchase This Material Click below Link FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.psy330expert.com The Concept of Self. Prior to beginning work on this discussion please read Chapter Nine of your course text, and review sections 2.5, 3.1, and 3.2 from previous chapters. Also read the Palacios, Echaniz, Fernandez and Ortiz de Barron (2015) article Personal Self-Concept and Satisfaction with Life in Adolescence, Youth, and Adulthood and the Dodge, Barab, Stuckey, Warren, Heiselt, & Stein (2008) articleChildren’s Sense of Self: Learning and Meaning in the Digital Age. The concept of self is core to the study of personality, and most of the theories we have studied in this course postulate some idea about what constitutes the self. This week, we are looking at the self-psychology model which presents several theories regarding how we perceive ourselves and how that is expressed in our personalities. In your initial post, provide a brief overview of the two theories of self that resonate the most with you and explain why you relate to these theories. Be sure to identify the principal theorists associated with your two chosen theories. Describe the impact of our current digital age on the concept of self , including the impact of social media on the way we perceive ourselves. Explain whether or not our perceptions of self are evolving because of social media, including the idea of a digital self. Provide examples of how this might be happening or provide a rationale as to why you believe it is not happening. Your initial post should be a minimum of 300 words and should include references to both of the assigned articles. ………………………………………………………………………………..
PSY 330 Week 4 Quiz Interpersonal and Self-Psychology Models To Purchase This Material Click below Link FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.psy330expert.com This quiz consists of 20 multiple-choice questions. PSY 330 Week 4 Quiz Week 4 - Quiz 1.1. What has longitudinal research found in regards to attachment styles? 2.2. According to Donald Kiesler, what effect can stress have on our patterns of interpersonal behavior? 3.3. Which of the following examples best describes the copy process known as introjection? (Points : 1) 4.4. What role does anxiety play in Sullivan’s interpersonal theory? 5.5. Which of the following is a major outcome from Murray’s landmark Harvard study? 6.6. Although the interpersonal model has the potential for the _____ of personality, our interactions generally tend to _____. 7.7. Which of the following is an important assumption of interpersonal theory? 8.8. What are the three major classification dimensions in Lorna Smith Benjamin’s SASB model? (Points : 1) 9.9. According to Sullivan’s theory, what is a goal that we are all trying to achieve? (Points : 1) 10.10. How did Harry Stack Sullivan’s conception of the interpersonal situation change personality theory and research? 11.11. Rollo May believed that human behavior cannot be predicted from abstract laws and principles because 12.12. Irvin Yalom believed that everyone experiences meaninglessness, isolation, mortality, and freedom. He says all of the following about our responses to these experiences EXCEPT (Points : 1) 13.13. What was Carl Rogers’s view of human nature? 14.14. Which of the following is NOT a valid criticism of the Selves Questionnaire? 15.15. Fritz Perls and his wife postulated all of the following EXCEPT (Points : 1) 16.16. What did Viktor Frankl believe was the result of focusing on oneself? 17.17. Unconditional positive regard was important in Rogers’s therapeutic approach for all of the following reasons
EXCEPT 18.18. How can future negative possible selves influence our behavior? (Points : 1) 19.19. Which of the following is an example of possible selves being influenced by contextual factors? 20.20. Which of the following statements about research on the emergence of self-directed behavior in humans is NOT true? (Points : 1) ………………………………………………………………………………..
PSY 330 Week 5 Final Paper - Integrative Personality Theory (2 Papers) To Purchase This Material Click below Link FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.psy330expert.com This Tutorial contains 2 Papers Integrative Personality. This assignment calls for you to employ what Gordon Allport (1968) called systematic eclecticism. Prior to beginning work on this assignment, review the section entitled “Convergence of Theories: Eclecticism, Integration, and Unification” in Chapter 1 of your text. In this paper, you will complete the assignment which you began in week three and create your own theory of personality development by synthesizing the concepts and constructs of all the theories that seem most accurate and appropriate to you and by using those concepts to reflect on your own personality and development. Research a minimum of eight scholarly sources related to these concepts in the Ashford University Library to support your statements in the paper. Popular websites and your textbook may augment, but they will not count toward, the minimum number of sources needed for the paper. The following content and headings must be included in your paper. Please visit the Ashford Writing Center for guidance on how to format headings in APA Style. Also, please take note of the suggestions provided for the length for each section in the instructions below. Instructions: Provide a general introduction to the topic of theories of personality. Explain what you plan to cover and describe the
direction your paper will take. This section will not feature a heading, and it will be approximately two to three paragraphs. Major Concepts In this section, you will present the seven specific concepts identified from the seven models you think best apply to the study of personality in distinct subheadings. For each concept, identify the major personality model from which the concept was taken as well as the theorist associated with that model. This completed section will be approximately four to five pages. Excluded Concepts In this section, present the concepts you have chosen to exclude in your theory of personality development. Reflect on the basic assumptions that define personality and identify three specific excluded concepts from any of the theories studied in the course. For each of the excluded concepts, provide a rationale explaining the various aspects of the concept that make it unsuitable for your use. This section will be approximately one to two pages. The Differences between Healthy and Unhealthy Personalities Describe the basic differences between healthy and unhealthy personality, based on the concepts that you have chosen to include and exclude from your theory. This completed section will be approximately one page. The Roles of Heredity, the Environment, and Epigenetics Provide your analysis of the roles heredity, the environment, and epigenetics play in the development of personality. Discuss how heredity and the environment might affect personality disorders. This completed section will be approximately one page. Assessment and Measurement of the Theory Reflect on the major concepts you have selected for inclusion and provide a brief description about how those concepts are measured and/or assessed. Review the assessment sections of each chapter and discuss those measures you think are most applicable and effective. This completed section will be approximately one page. Self-Reflection In this section of the paper, review the self-reflection you wrote in Week One of this class and describe how and in what ways your views have or have not changed. Analyze your Week One self-assessment using the concepts that you have included in your integrative theory and
describe how your theory explains your personality. This section will be approximately one page. Provide a brief conclusion that summarizes the ideas presented in your integrative theory of personality. This section will not feature a heading and it will be approximately two to four paragraphs. ………………………………………………………………………………..
PSY 330 Week 5 Quiz Personality Disorders To Purchase This Material Click below Link FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.psy330expert.com 1. How can one differentiate a personality disorder from normal personality functioning? (Points : 1) 2. All of the following are reasons why comorbidity may be so high with personality disorders EXCEPT (Points : 1) 3. Which of the following scenarios is an example of referential thinking, which is common in schizotypal personality disorder? (Points : 1) 4. Which of the following was NOT a problem that Szasz had with applying the medical model to psychiatric illness? (Points : 1) 5. How is the criterion of distress met for someone who has very little awareness of their disordered behavior? (Points : 1) 6. Pervasive—which means the trait or behavior emerges in all aspects of the individual’s life—is similar to Allport’s term _____. (Points : 1) 7. What might be a drawback of administering the MMPI-2 in its entirety? (Points : 1) 8. Statistical deviance, in and of itself, is not a good criterion to define disorder because (Points : 1) 9. What is a change in DSM-5 that has helped it to align more closely with the International Classification of Diseases (ICD)? (Points : 1) 10. What has been the conclusion of research involving the five factor model and the DSM approach for classifying personality disorders? (Points : 1) 11. ______ personality disorder is characterized by being overly conscientious, stubborn, and meticulous. (Points : 1) 12. Vince seems indifferent and detached; he has few goals, interests, or pleasures in life. He does not desire or derive enjoyment from close relationships and quickly disengages. Vince
most likely suffers from _____ personality disorder. (Points : 1) 13. Which of the following does the MMPI-2 NOT contain? (Points : 1) 14. Following the five-factor model, which of the following might you expect someone with obsessive-compulsive personality disorder to score low on? (Points : 1) 15. Antisocial personality disorder is different from other personality disorders in what two important ways? (Points : 1) 16. Why is it important to include validity scales in assessment measures? (Points : 1) 17. To be considered a personality disorder, by which stage in a person’s life must the disordered behavior become apparent? (Points : 1) 18. What has recent research suggested that the PAI is correlated with? (Points : 1) 19. What does Szasz say regarding the categorization of homosexuality and premenstrual syndrome as disorders? (Points : 1) 20. Why might personality disorders be underrepresented in clinical settings? (Points : 1) ………………………………………………………………………………..