Selection of criteria for assessment is an important issue for I/O. It is not a simple issue and it moves beyond simply examining reliability and validity. Using criterion theory and development, defend good characteristics, acceptable criteria, and methods for choosing the appropriate test?Please be sure to provide references.
4 Separate Papers. Write a one-page review, single spaced of each of the assigned readings. Article responses should include a description of the article itself and a reaction to the article. I will attach all articles and by each paper are the dates I need it back by. Paper 1. 7/11 Diagnosis of autism spectrum disorders in 2-year-olds: a study of community practice (Corsello, Akshoomoff, & Stahmer, 2013) A review of methodological issues in the differential diagnosis of autism spectrum disorders in children (Matson, Nebel-Schwalkm & Matson, 2007) Paper 2 7/18 The Interpretative Conference: Sharing a Diagnosis of Autism with Families (Nissenbaum, Tollefson, & Reese, 2002) Autism Severity and Qualities of Parent-Child Relations (Beurkens, Hobson, & Hobson, 2013) Paper 3: 7/25 Effective Early Intervention: Results From the Model Preschool Program for Children with Down Syndrome and Other Developmental Delays (Fewell & Oelwein, 1991) Parental Perceptions of Supplemental Interventions Received by Young Children with Autism in Intensive Behavior Analytic Treatment (Smith & Antolovich, 2000) Paper 4 7/30Early Intervention for Young Children with Autism: Continuum-Based Behavioral Models (Anderson & Romanczyk, 1999)The Development of a Treatment-Research Project for Developmentally Disabled and Autistic Children (Lovaas, 1993)
1) Explain Edmund Gettiers argument from his article, Is Justified True Belief Knowledge? Present an argument either in defense or against Edmund Gettiers objections to the justified-true-belief notion of knowledge. 2) Explain Peter Ungers argument from his piece, An Argument for Skepticism. Do you think Peter Unger is correct to claim that certainty is required for knowledge? If so, then offer an argument in defense of his position. If not, then offer an argument in objection to his position. 3) Does Descartes’s argument about his own existence give us reason to reject Ungers claim that certainty requires one to be dogmatic, and thus it is unreasonable to claim certainty? If so, then offer an argument in defense of this position. If not, then offer an argument in objection to this position.
Define a DNRO procedure in your own words. Provide an example of DNRO procedure. Do not provide an example that is already mentioned in the text. Minimum: 400 wordsMake sure that you address the specifics of the item. Also, DO NOT use any direct quotes from the text
I NEED THIS TODAY 07/11/2020 BY 8PM Please no plagiarism and make sure you are able to access all resources on your own before you bid. You need to have scholarly support for any claim of fact or recommendation regarding treatment. APA format also requires headings. Use the prompt each week to guide your heading titles and organize the content of your initial post under the appropriate headings. Remember to use scholarly research from peer-reviewed articles that is current. Please follow the instructions to get full credit for the discussion. Each classmates document is attached. Read your classmates’ postings. Respond to your classmates’ postings.Respond in one or more of the following ways:Identify an ethical consideration that was not addressed by your colleague and ask a question about this ethical consideration.Suggest an additional mechanism or strategy increase culturally relevant prevention programming and planning with the identified diverse population.Provide your colleague with feedback about how their portfolio section on Diversity and Ethical Considerations could help bring about positive social change.1. Classmate (S. Danziger)2. Classmate (R. Campbell)3. Classmate (J. Herring)Required ResourcesHage, S., & Romano, J. L. (2013). Best practices in prevention. In R. K. Conyne & A. M. Horne (Eds.). Prevention practice kit: Action guides for mental health professionals (pp. 32-46). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.Vera, E. M., & Kenny, M. E. (2013). Social justice and culturally relevant prevention. In R. K. Conyne & A. M. Horne (Eds.). Prevention practice kit: Action guides for mental health professionals (pp. 1-59). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.American Counseling Association (2014). 2014 ACA Code of Ethics. Retrieved from https://www.counseling.org/Resources/aca-code-of-ethics.pdf County Health Rankings & Roadmaps (2018). How healthy is your community? Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Retrieved from http://www.countyhealthrankings.org/.Required MediaWalden Scholars of Change (2016). Giving incarcerated women a second chance. https://www.waldenu.edu/connect/video-and-multimedia/social-change/scholars-of-change/2016-winners/giving-incarcerated-women-a-second-chance
What interested you about these theories? Critical thinking is that mode of thinking about any subject, content, or problem in which the thinker improves the quality of his or her thinking by skillfully taking charge of the structures inherent in thinking and imposing intellectual standards upon them ( Edward M. Glaser, An Experiment in the Development of Critical Thinking, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1941).The different methods that are used within critical thinking is what I found to be very intriguing. The two-step decision making really had me think and how do I decide things when making a decision rather in my personal life of work related. With circuital thinking it allows you sometime to think out side the box and at time it may even put you out of your comfort zone which to me is good for growth.How do they play a role in your personal or professional life? Rather at work school or home I have to use critical thinking rather I like it or not but it is key for me to make good sound decisions. My place of employment critical think is a must and when I look at the trigger critical thinking, I always use a lot of humor because I work with as risk youth and I always say were all on the same of the table to get them to think in a positive matter. In school is where I struggle because of being online and not seeing the person who is giving you feedback can be taking out of text. I am learning that constructive criticism is a way to grow and it also is a form of critical thinking that is needed to grow. At home dealing with 3 teenagers and two younger children the five-step critical thinking general problem-solving process is key in a house of seven. Everyone always has a problem and of course they want mom and dad to solve them but Ive learned that if I always come to their aid when they get out in the real world they will or may fail because I didnt all them to think on their own.How do you see them applied in the world around you or in current events? I see people using critical thinking daily but as far as the world I just dont think they apply it (government).How could you imagine using each model as a practitioner-scholar working in your specialization?Using all the models as a practitioner-scholar would work perfect its just know when and which model to use at the right time. If you really look at the models they all require you to think and ask question and come up with a solution and that is what a leaner is required to do.
Please watch the link below and answer the question https://www.ted.com/talks/lisa_feldman_barrett_you_aren_t_at_the_mercy_of_your_emotions_your_brain_creates_them -you have been taught all of your life that emotions like anger, sadness, joy, surprise, and disgust are universal. They live lives of their own in our minds. How does this video change your thinking on that? Or how does it not change your thinking?-Dr? Feldman Barretts argument that one is responsible and in control of their emotions seems really great for regulating our reactions everyday inconveniences, but how well do you think taking responsibility of and controlling our emotions could deal with much more intense emotional reactions for situations that we cant control? For example, many Americans live in a world where they experience voting suppression. How could regulating ones emotions lead to positive change in such a circumstance?
NPSP shows the spectrum of normalcy for the 14 personality traits identified within that book. The traits: Leisurely, Self Sacrificing, Aggressive, Serious correspond with which PDs (on that page)? These PDs are no longer recognized by the DSM. Do some digging. See if you can find any information on them on the internet (cite your source), the older version of the DSMs had a few of these listed in the index so maybe try there. When you find that information use it the same way you did in the previous discussions to compare the personality traits to the actual disorders. Discuss where normalcy stops and pathologies begin. Do any of these PDs sound similar to the ones we are studying? Also do you think these PDs should be resurrected, why or why not?
1. Have you kept up with professional literature that describes best and evidence-based practices? Provide an example. Why is this necessary in the counselling field?2. What are your thoughts or plans regarding employment upon the conclusion of the practicum?3. Have you experienced any disillusionment about the counselling profession as a result of your practicum experience?Each question must be 150-200 words and have a cite in the answer must look like this.Question Answer Question Answer