Theories of Piaget, Erikson, and Kohlberg?
10)Answer each question in a minimum of 100 words each. Use correct spelling and grammar. Cite sources as necessary. 1.What are the social tasks and challenges of adolescence? How do these relate to the theories of Piaget, Erikson, and Kohlberg? 2.How are traits used to describe personality? Which traits seem to provide the most useful information about personality variation? 3. What are the three main eating disorders? How do biological, psychosocial, and social-cultural influences make people more vulnerable to these disorders? 4.In your own words, explain how psychologists define motivation, and the perspectives from which they view motivated behavior.
10)Answer each question in a minimum of 100 words each. Use correct spelling and grammar. Cite sources as necessary. 1.Elizabeth Kübler-Ross suggested five stages of grief. Does everyone experience these stages in the same way? 2.Is the personality you display in social media different from the personality you display in person? Please explain. 3.In your own words, explain how psychologists define motivation, and the perspectives from which they view motivated behavior 4.Describe how people communicate nonverbally. Is nonverbal the same in all cultures? Give an example of how gestures and facial expressions mean different things in different cultures.
1)In the class presentation, there were 7 ways that social media can be used when setting up, conducting and completing a human participant research project. Recruitment was one of those research tasks, name the other 6 tasks? Fill in the blanks below. (2): Short Essay question : “Task cultures versus people cultures” and “personal worldview” were described in the assigned reading. How these concepts are related? In your answer, provide a real-life example either from your own experience or explore how it is important to understand the difference between task cultures and people cultures when dealing with people.
What are 2 virtues that you believe are important to living a flourishing or successful life in either Aristotle’s sense? Explain what goods in human life these virtues enable their possessor to fulfill.Provide examples of characteristic behavior that manifests these virtues, and contrast that with behavior that displays a lack of virtue.Do your examples confirm Aristotle’s view that a virtue is a mean between extremes of excess and defect?If so, explain what those extremes are; if not, explain why.Refer to this week’s readings and media to illustrate and support your claims. Aristotle. (1931). Nicomachean ethics (W. D. Ross, Trans.). Retrieved from http://classics.mit.edu/Aristotle/nicomachaen.html Aristotle provides the classic framework for virtue ethics by identifying “happiness” or “living well” as the purpose of human life, giving an account of what that means, and explicating the virtues as those characteristics necessary to live well.
Our concept of old age is changing. Previously older adults were either taken into their children’s homes or placed in a nursing home. Today, older adults are opting to stay in their homes with help, living in adult communities, or living in assisted living facilities. What effects do these changes have on older people? How do you think these changes have affected our concept of aging and growing old?