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University of Florida - PHY - 2049
Physics II2009 Get Fuzzy: Jan 20, 2009 HITT QuizTwo identical conducting spheres A and B carry equal charge. They are separated by a distance much larger than their diameters. A third identical conducting sphere C is uncharged. Sphere C
University of Florida - PHY - 2049
PHY 2049: Physics IIHopefully all homework problems have been solved. Please see me immediately after the class if there is still an issue. Tea and Cookies: We meet on Wednesdays at 4:00PM for tea and cookies in room 2165. quizThe
University of Florida - PHY - 2049
University of Florida - PHY - 2049
Chapter 25In the last lecture:Capacitance-IIwe calculated the capacitance C of a system of two isolated conductors.We also calculated the capacitance for some simple geometries.In this chapter we will cover the following topics: -Methods of c
University of Florida - PHY - 2049
If the areas are A1 and A-A1.o C = [ A 2 + A1 ( - 2 ] dC123 2.4 \muF, q = 28.8 \muC C2 C24 = 12 \muF C1234 = 3 \muF q =36 \muCChapter 26Current and ResistanceJIn this chapter we will introduce the following new concepts: r -Electric curre
Wisc La Crosse - CS - 220
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BabyFace BookOverviewYou have recently received a large infusion of venture capital from a private investor for your &quot;big idea&quot; of constructing a web site that supports `social networking'. The funding, however, is dependent on your ability to prov
Wisc La Crosse - CS - 220
Sorting and SearchingBackgroundMost publishing companies have sophisticated software programs to spell and grammar check their documents. You are to create a program to spell check text files that we will henceforward call source files. A dictionar
Wisc La Crosse - CS - 220
Preliminary Matter. This text of Melville's Moby-Dick is based on the Hendricks House edition.It was prepared by Professor Eugene F. Irey at the University of Colorado.Any subsequent copies of this data must include this notice and any publica
Wisc La Crosse - CS - 220
Sort and search6/8/09Where did I leave my subtitle style Click to edit Master keys anyway?1SortingSearching and sorting are two of the most used and most studied types of algorithms in computing In the early 70's approximately 80% of comput
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 002
Last Updated by skg 01/26/09Psychology 460 (Counseling &amp; Interviewing) Spring, 2008 Lecture (#12054): Tuesdays and Thursdays 12:30 1:45 pm in Sierra Hall 342Course Website Address: http:/www.csun.edu/%7Ehcpsy002/Psy460.htm Professor: Sheila K.
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 460
Last Updated by skg 01/26/09Psychology 460 (Counseling &amp; Interviewing) Spring, 2008 Lecture (#12054): Tuesdays and Thursdays 12:30 1:45 pm in Sierra Hall 342Course Website Address: http:/www.csun.edu/%7Ehcpsy002/Psy460.htm Professor: Sheila K.
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 002
Overview Psychology 460 Counseling &amp; InterviewingSheila. K. Grant, Ph.D.Intro: The Effective Counselor Intro: Counseling for the Counselor Intro: The Counselors Values Intro: Multicultural Counseling Intro: Issues Faced By Beginning Therapists Intr
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 460
Overview Psychology 460 Counseling &amp; InterviewingSheila. K. Grant, Ph.D.Intro: The Effective Counselor Intro: Counseling for the Counselor Intro: The Counselors Values Intro: Multicultural Counseling Intro: Issues Faced By Beginning Therapists Intr
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 460
Behavior Therapy (Chapter 9)BEHAVIORAL THERAPYPsychology 460 Counseling and Interviewing Sheila K. Grant, Ph.D.1A set of clinical procedures relying on experimental findings of psychological researchBased on principles of learning that are
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 460
Psychology 460 Counseling &amp; InterviewingCognitive-Behavior Therapy (Chapter 10)Albert Ellis Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) Aaron Beck's Cognitive Therapy Donald Meichenbaum's Cognitive Behavior ModificationSheila K. Grant, Ph.D.ATTRI
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 460
Personal Philosophy and Theory of ChangeThere are a multitude of philosophies about human nature and the nature of change. To examine yours, consider. . .1. What is the nature of human existence? Are we born into a world that is largely predetermin
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 460
Psychology 460 Counseling &amp; InterviewingGroup Task #1It is important to know how we view the world in counseling and psychotherapy because of the way our views impact our counseling/therapy style. Get in pairs or triads and answer some of the ques
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 460
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 460
Psychology 460 Counseling &amp; InterviewingGroup Task #2Introduction So far we have been discussing things a counselor is and is not, what we would want in a counselor/therapist, etc. Now let's concentrate on ourselves and what we bring to the counse
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 002
ACTIVE LISTENINGActive listening entails accepting the feelings expressed whether or not they appear justified. We often resist a solution made for us; we would rather find our own solution. You don't need to talk the person out of painful feelings
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 460
ACTIVE LISTENINGActive listening entails accepting the feelings expressed whether or not they appear justified. We often resist a solution made for us; we would rather find our own solution. You don't need to talk the person out of painful feelings
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 460
CORE CONDITIONS / BASIC SKILLSCore Conditions Genuineness or Congruence: The counselor's responses are sincere and appropriate. Empathy: The counselor understands the client's feeling and experiences within the client's frame of reference and commun
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 460
Psychology 460 Counseling &amp; InterviewingGroup Task #3Exercise in Nonverbal AttendingIntroduction Research shows that 70% of communication comes from nonverbal and paraverbal communication. It is useful to watch others' nonverbal behavior in couns
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 460
EMPATHYDefinition: The counselor understands the client's feeling and experiences within the client's frame of reference and communicates that understanding without judgment. Empathy is the ability to understand the feelings, attitudes, roles and pe
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 460
Empathic Response LeadsKind of feeling. Sort of a feeling that. Sort of saying. . . . Sort of hear you saying. As I get it, you felt that. As I get it, you're saying. I'm picking up that you. If I'm hearing you correctly. To me it's almost like you'
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 460
Psychology 460 Counseling &amp; InterviewingGroup Task #4Instructions Break into groups of . Discuss and answer the following questions.1. What is empathy? How is it different from sympathy?2. A person can have empathy in some situations, but not
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 460
PARAPHRASINGParaphrasing occurs when the counselor states what the client has just said, using fewer words but without changing the meaning of what the client said. When utilizing this skill, you attempt to feed back the essence of what the person h
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 460
PROBESProbes are intended to solicit additional information about the client's thoughts, feelings or behaviors. Probes take two forms. Open-ended questions begin with &quot;what&quot;, &quot;how&quot;, &quot;when&quot;, &quot;where&quot;, or &quot;who&quot;. Open-ended questions are intended to gat
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 460
Psychology 460 Counseling &amp; Interviewing GROUP TASK #5 Probes and Paraphrases Instructions: The skills of probes and paraphrases will be demonstrated first. After the demonstration, break into groups of three. Assign each group member to either be a
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 460
SUMMARIZATIONIn a summarization, the counselor combines two or more of the client's thoughts, feelings or behaviors into a general theme. Summarization is usually used as a skill during choice points of a counseling interview in which the counselor
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 460
REFLECTION When a counselor uses reflection, s/he accurately describes the client's affective state from either verbal or nonverbal cues. By listening for and responding to the feelings of the client rather than the content of their statement you arc
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 460
Psychology 460 Counseling &amp; Interviewing GROUP TASK #6 Reflection and Summarization Instructions: The skills of reflection and summarization will be demonstrated first. After the demonstration, break into groups of three. Assign each group member to
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 460
CLARIFICATION When using clarification, the counselor has the client clarify vague or ambiguous thoughts, feelings or behaviors by asking the client to restate what s/he has just said or by stating to the client what the counselor has understood the
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 460
Psychology 460 Counseling &amp; Interviewing GROUP TASK #7 Clarification and Confrontation Instructions: The skills of clarification and confrontation will be demonstrated first. After the demonstration, break into groups of three. Assign each group memb
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 460
SELF-DISCLOSUREWhen using self-disclosure, the counselor briefly and appropriately discloses information about him/herself in a facilitative manner. The purpose of self-disclosure is to enhance the relationship between counselor and client. Self-dis
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 460
Psychology 460 Counseling &amp; Interviewing GROUP TASK #8 Self-disclosure and Immediacy Instructions: The skills of self-disclosure and immediacy will be demonstrated first. After the demonstration, break into groups of three. Assign each group member t
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 460
Psychology 460 Counseling &amp; Interviewing GROUP TASK #10 Group Roles Instructions: Break into groups of eight. Read the following paragraph and complete the exercise. A large luxury ocean liner is sinking. Two of the life boats were damaged in an expl
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 460
Psychology 460 Counseling &amp; Interviewing GROUP TASK #11 Counselor-Client Expectations Instructions: Break into groups of eight. Write down as many &quot;realistic&quot; expectations and as many &quot;unrealistic&quot; expectations clients have about counseling as you ca
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 460
Psychology 460 - Sample Transcript Ir: Interviewer Ie: Interviewee Ir1: You feel a little depressed? Can you tell me a little bit more about that?Ie2: Well, Ive been having problems with my boyfriend lately. Um, hes been kinda mad at me because Ive
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 370
PSY 370 - Fall 2008 Order of CLASS PRESENTATION [Time: 6-7 minutes each]Date / DayNameShiina,Kie Gale,Louis Daniel Carrillo,Jasmin Reyes,Candy Pagtakhan Del Rio, Cesar Krivulin,Alexsander Arkadyevich Srmabuyukyan,Margarita Allensworth, Lisa Shap
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 370
Item # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40ResponseJoy Total Contentment Total Vigor Total Affect Total Positive Total Anxiety Total Depression Total Guilt Total Hostility
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 370
Areas Of Life Health Self-Esteem Goals and Values Money Work Play Learning Creativity Helping Love Friends Children Relatives Home Neighborhood CommunityImportanceSatisfactionWeighted SatisfactionReference 0 Dissatisfaction Neutral 0 values:
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 370
STUDENT SELF-CONCEPT INVENTORY (SSCI)Reverse Score (select items ONLY) Do NOT Response Alter Nor Enter (Enter In This Anything in This Item # Column ONLY!) Column 1 2 8 0 3 8 0 4 5 8 0 6 7 8 0 8 9 10 11 8 0 12 8 0 13 14 8 0 15 16 17 18 8 0 19 20 8 0
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 370
Culkture-Free Self-Esteem (CSFEI) Scoring SheetItem # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 Responses Subscales General Self-Esteem Social Self-Esteem Personal Self-Esteem Lie
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 370
CROSSCULTURAL ADAPTABILITY INVENTORY (CCAI)Reverse Score (select items ONLY) Response Do NOT Alter Nor Enter (Enter In This Anything in Column This Column Response Values ONLY!) 6 = Definitely True (DT)
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 370
BEM SEX ROLE INVENTORY (BSRI)Response (Enter In This Gender Role Column ONLY!)Item #ScoreRESULTS Type the values to the left in the two lines below (IGNORE THE 0) 0 5 Total Your Results Below: not undifferentiated no
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Item # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33Response (A lot = 3; A little = 2; Not at all = 1)Scale 1 Total Scale 2 Total Scale 3 Total Problem Solving (Scale 1 Total)Seeking Social Support (S
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 370
PROBLEM SOLVING INVENTORY (PSI)Reverse Score (select items ONLY) Do NOT Alter Nor Enter Anything in This Subscales Scores Column 0 Problem Solving Confidence 0 0 Approach Avoidance Style 0 0 Personal Control 0 0Item number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 370
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Item # on TF Responses on Form TF (a, b, c) Converted Scores for T Converted Scores for F 1 2 3 4 5 6 0 0 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 0 0 16 17 18 19 20 21 0 0 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 0 29 30 0 0 31 32 0 0 33 34 0 0 35 36 0 0 37 38 0 0 39 40 41 0 0 42 43 0
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 370
Item # on TF Responses on Form TF (a, b, c) Converted Scores for T Converted Scores for F 1 2 3 4 5 6 0 0 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 0 0 16 17 18 19 20 21 0 0 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 0 0 29 30 0 0 31 32 0 0 33 34 0 0 35 36 0 0 37 38 0 0 39 40 41 0 0 42 43
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Item # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20ResponsesReverse ScoresEthnic Identity (EI) Ethnic Identity Achievement (EIA) Affirmation and Belonging (AB) Ethnic Behaviors (EB) Other-Group Orientation (OGO)5 5 50 0 0500 0 0
CSU Northridge - HCPSY - 370
Item # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42ResponseReverse Score Factor 1 Institutional Responsiveness Factor 2 Student Ralations Factor 3 Student's Cultural Integrat
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Number Response Reverse Scores Discrimination Index Scores 1 6 0 General Cognitive Attitudes 2 6 0 Affective Attitudes Towards Race 3 6 0 Attitudes Towards Women' Equality 4 5 6 7 6 0 8 9 6 0 10 6 0 11 12 13 6 0 14 15 6 0 16 6 0 17 18 6 0 19 6 0 20 2
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Item Your Response Reverse Scores Factor 1 Spirituality 2 Improvisation 4 Orality 5 Present Orientation 6 aRHYTHMIA 7 9 11 12 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 25 26 27 29 30 31 0 0 34 35 36 38 39 43 44 0 0 45 46 47 48 52 54 59 60 61 62 63 64 67 68 70 72 80 81 82
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Item Response Reverse Score 1 2 3 6 0 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 6 0 11 12 13 14 6 0Scale Intrinsic Extrinsic Personal Extrinsic Social Total Intrinsic Total ExtrinsicTotal 0 0 0 0 0
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Effects of Preferences in Work SituationsExtraversion Like variety and action Often impatient with long, slow jobs Are interested in the activities of their work and in how other people do it Often act quickly, sometimes without thinking When workin