Narcissistic Personality; Poems on Narcissism

Narcissistic.

Narcissistic
Narcissistic

What is the meaning of Narcissism

“What Narcissism Means to Me” by Tony Hoagland, pp 477-8.

 Analyze the poems follows;

– What does Neal mean when he says narcissism “means the most me”? Is he a narcissist?

– How might narcissism be a “heroic achievement in positive thinking”?

– Ann says “miserable people” think that “love has to be deserved.” What does this have to do with narcissism?

– The narrator remembers a time when he could not live without love. Is this self love? Or the love of another?

– The poem ends with an analogy between love and a slab of steak. How might this be related to narcissism?

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Anxiety Disorder; Different Approaches

Anxiety Disorder.

Anxiety Disorder
Anxiety Disorder

Behavioral, humanistic, and cognitive approaches of Anxiety Disorder

Approaches

“Jake has become very anxious ever since he started taking harder classes in his major. The university’s counselor diagnosed him with an anxiety disorder.

Compare and contrast how the behavioral, humanistic, and cognitive approaches would view the origins and treatment of Jake’s anxiety.

Then, describe how psychologists view each of the three approaches today.”

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Psychological Test And Testings

Psychological Test.

Psychological Test
Psychological Test

Psychological Test is the administration of  tests, which are designed to be “an objective and standardized measure of a sample of behavior.

Determine an attribute, skill, trait, or attitude you are interested in measuring. Develop a 10 item test measuring various aspects of the chosen topic. Describe how you went about creating the test and how you decided on the types of test items to include. Provide an assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of the test created based on question content and type.

In addition, include a basic guideline that could be provided to someone interested in creating a psychological test, including the basic steps and considerations in this process. The test and analysis should be included in one document in APA format. The analysis and guideline should be at least three pages in length.

Readings
  1.  Textbook:

Reynolds, C. R., & Livingston, R. B. (2013). Mastering modern psychological testing: Theory & methods. Pearson Higher Ed.

  • Chapter 2: The Basics Statistics of Measurement
  • Chapter 3: The Meaning of Test Scores

Social Psychology; Assignment

Social Psychology
Social Psychology

Exploring A Classic Study In Social Psychology

Select one of the following classic studies in Social Psychology;

While many of these studies are referenced in Social Beings, you may need to do additional research other resources.

  1. Solomon Asch’s (1940, 1956) classic work on normative influence and conformity; sometimes referred to as the Asch effect
  2. Stanley Mil-gram’s (1965, 1974) research on obedience and the situational variables that make obedience to authority more likely
  3. Leon Festinger’s (1957) study of cognitive dissonance or Festinger and Carl-smith’s (1959) work on cognitive dissonance
  4. Henri Tajfel and his colleague’s (1971) work on the impact of minimal groups and in group bias
  5. Muzafer Sherif and colleague’s (1961) classic Robbers Cave study, including the concept of shared goals and the contact hypothesis
  6. Darley and Latane’s (1968) study of the bystander effect, including the concept of diffusion of responsibility and the conditions under which people are more or less likely to help

A different classic Social Psychology study approved by your course instructor

Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper about a classic study in Social Psychology that includes the following information:
  • A summary of the study and how it was conducted
  • An explanation of the study results:

What happened?

Were there any unexpected findings?

What did the authors conclude?

What did the results mean, and what are their implications?

An explanation of how the concept situation-ism applies to the study results

Answers to the following questions:
  1. Do you think the study results might have been different if the participants were from a different cultural, ethnic, or gender group? How so?
  2. Do you think the results of the study are important and relevant to contemporary society? Explain.

Format your paper according to APA guidelines.

Cite your work.

Add references.