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Appendix C PSY/202 Version 3 1 Associate Level Material Appendix C Psychotherapy Matrix Directions: Review Modules 34 and 36 of Psychology and Your Life . After reviewing the major classifications of psychological disorders, select three approaches to summarize. Include examples of the types of psychological disorders appropriate for each therapy. PSY/202 {Psychodynamic Therapy } {Behavioral Therapy } {Cognitive Therapy} Summary of Approach Therapy that seeks to bring unresolved past conflicts and unacceptable

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University of Phoenix - PSYCH - 220

Attachment Style and RelationshipsRobert Sternberg created a triangular of love theory based on three dimensionspassion, intimacy and commitment. These three dimensions best define what type ofrelationship you are in. Intimacy can be described as the c

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1Attachment Style and RelationshipsPSY 220July 15, 2012University of Phoenix2Attachment Style and RelationshipsPart IRobert Sternberg created a triangular of love theory based on three dimensions passion, intimacy andcommitment (Baumgardner & Cro

University of Phoenix - PSYCH - 220

Basic Concepts in Positive PsychologySubjective well-being is based on a persons ratings of life satisfaction and confident emotionalexperience. Subjective well-being or happiness reflects a persons own judgment of his or herquality of life and a relat

University of Phoenix - PSYCH - 220

1Exploring OptimismChari KelleyPSY 220August 25, 2012University of Phoenix2Exploring OptimismHopeful people tend to be optimistic (Baumgardner & Crothers, 2009 p. 198). Optimism looksat the more favorable side of things and it is belief that good

University of Phoenix - PSYCH - 220

1Human Virtues and Character StrengthsChari KelleyPSY 220July 28, 2012University of Phoenix2Human Virtues and Character Strengths3Wisdom refers to a more practical intelligence and good judgment based on learning lifeslessonsperhaps through hard

University of Phoenix - PSYCH - 220

Motivation and EmotionsThere are five approaches to motivation; instinct, drive reduction, arousal, incentive and thecognitive approach. When psychologists first attempted to explain motivation they started withinstincts. Instincts are natural patterns

University of Phoenix - PSYCH - 220

Normal Versus Abnormal BehaviorNormal to me is doing what I feel is comfortable and makes you happy. However walkingaround killing people is not normal, even if that makes you happy. When I say doing whatmakes you happy I mean as far as career, family

University of Phoenix - PSYCH - 220

Relationship CharacteristicsI have chosen to define my relationship with my 11 year old daughter. As she gets older itseems as if we are growing apart. She still trusts me, but she trusts me as a provider instead ofa friend. I want her to be able to sh

University of Phoenix - PSYCH - 220

Associate Level MaterialAppendix BSexual Response CyclesUse your own words to complete the table below with the experiences and changes in anatomy ofmales and females during the various sexual response phases.Stage of Mastersand JohnsonSexual Respo

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1Childhood Development and Sexual BehaviorChari KelleyPSY 265August 16, 2012University of Phoenix2Childhood Development and Sexual BehaviorIt has been said that we engage in sexual behaviors as young as 0-2 years old. Fetuses canactually express

University of Phoenix - PSYCH - 265

Critical Thinking and Sexual Decision MakingSkepticism plays a major role in critical thinking when making a sexual decision. I ampleased to say that I had the opportunity to take sex education in the 7 th grade. And Imust say that I learned a great de

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1Gender IdentityChari KelleyPSY 265July 22, 2012University of Phoenix2Gender IdentityGender identity starts at the moment of conception. When the sperm fertilizes the egg 23chromosomes from the male parent combine with 23 chromosomes from the fem

University of Phoenix - PSYCH - 265

1Historical and Scientific Perspectives on HomosexualityChari KelleyPSY 265August 5, 2012University of Phoenix2Historical and Scientific Perspectives on HomosexualityAs time has progressed so has the acceptance of homosexuality. In previous years

University of Phoenix - PSYCH - 265

Appendix BPSY/202 Version 3Associate Level MaterialAppendix BPiaget WorksheetDirections: Review Module 26 of Psychology and Your Life. Complete the matrix below and answer thequestions that follow.Cognitive StageAge RangeMajor CharacteristicsSen

University of Phoenix - PSYCH - 265

The Sperm and the EggFrom the day Bobby and Whitney meet it was love at first sight. This was a day Bobby and Whitneywere looking forward to, the day of fertilization. Whitneys chance of being fertilized was about 1 in 500million. Their first date happ

University of Phoenix - PSYCH - 202

1Goal SelectionChari KelleyPSY 220July 22, 2012University of Phoenix2Goal SelectionA well matched goal that I have pursued would have to be getting a college degree. I havebeen chasing this goal since 2008. During that time I have ventured off to

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1Optimism and HealthChari KelleyPSY 265August 26, 2012University of Phoenix2Optimism and HealthThe article that I chose is, Comparative Risk and Perceived Control: Implications forPsychological and Physical Well-Being Among Older Adults. This art

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1Paradox of AffluenceChari KelleyPSY 220August 5, 2012University of Phoenix2Paradox of AffluenceWhen researchers refer to the paradox of affluence they are referring to how America hasbecame more interested with material possessions then with fam

Texas A&M - COMM - 100

15 Questions1. Tell me about yourself.I am currently a student at Cy-Fair high school. Im a very optimistic and cooperativeperson who is willing to make a positive impact on others.2. What are your strengths?Because of my knowledge and experience, I

Texas A&M - COMM - 100

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Texas A&M - COMM - 100

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Texas A&M - ENGL - 100

Dat LeMs ColwellEnglish VI 6thSeptember 1, 2011Characterization of Miss BrillIn the short and emotional story "Miss Brill" by Katherine Mansfield, the characterization as well assymbolism elements were used to represent the theme of loneliness. The

Texas A&M - ENGL - 100

Dat LeMs ColwellEnglish IV 6thSeptember 22, 2011Setting analysis of Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?In the suspenseful short story, Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been? by JoyceCarol Oates, the setting provides evidence of the authors

Texas A&M - ENGL - 100

Point of ViewThe Catcher in the Rye, published in 1951, by J.D. Salinger is a very profound novel. Theauthor uses first person narration to tell the story, Where I want to start telling is the day I leftPency Prep. (Salinger 2)By using first person na

Texas A&M - ENGL - 100

SettingIn the beginning of chapter II, Holden Caulfield, the main character of the story, mentionedthat he's seventeen now and was sixteen "last year around Christmas" when he left Pencey Prepand bummed around the New York city for three days. It sugge

Texas A&M - ENGL - 100

ThemeIn the compassionate novel The Catcher In The Rye by J.D Salinger, the protagonistHolden Caulfield views his surroundings with contempt and hypocrisy in order to avoid thecorruption of adulthood.From being lonely, isolated to being suspended from

Texas A&M - MATH - 141

1c Kathryn Bollinger, August 28, 20111.5 - Method of Least SquaresIdea : You have collected or been given a set of data and you want to nd the line that best tsthe data. A way to nd this line is the Method of Least Squares.Find the best-tting line to

Texas A&M - MATH - 141

1c Kathryn Bollinger, August 28, 20112.1 - Systems of Linear EquationsThe solution of an equation is the value(s) of the variable(s) that make the equation true.Ex: For the equation x + 2y 3z = 8,(a) Find a general solution if x = a and y = b.(b) Fi

Texas A&M - MATH - 141

1c Kathryn Bollinger, May 30, 20112.4 - MatricesMatrix Algebra Equality: Two matrices are equal if they are the same size and their corresponding entriesare equal.Ex: Find x, y and z if1437=1 (x 2)y yz Addition/Subtraction: Two matrices are ad

Texas A&M - MATH - 141

1c Kathryn Bollinger, May 30, 20112.5 - Multiplication of MatricesEx: Let A =1234and B = 1025Find AB .Find BA.What do you notice about the order in which you multiply?Ex: Let A =Find AB .Find BA.1234and B =abcdef2c Kathryn Bollinger,

Texas A&M - MATH - 141

1c Kathryn Bollinger, May 30, 20112.6 - The Inverse of a Square MatrixThe inverse of a square matrix is similar to the reciprocal of a real number. The reciprocal of a real1number, a, is a = a1 and has the property that aa1 = a1 a = 1 (the multiplica

Texas A&M - MATH - 141

1c Kathryn Bollinger, June 6, 20113.1 - Graphing Systems of Linear Inequalities in Two VariablesRecall : An equation of a line can be expressed as ax + by + c = 0.A linear inequality can be expressed as:ax + by + c < 0ax + by + c > 0ax + by + c 0a

Texas A&M - MATH - 141

c Kathryn Bollinger, June 6, 201113.2 - Linear Programming (LP) ProblemsA linear programming problem consists of a linear objective function to be maximized orminimized subject to certain constraints, in the form of linear equations or inequalities.S

Texas A&M - MATH - 141

1c Kathryn Bollinger, June 7, 20113.3 - Graphical Solution of Linear Programming ProblemsEx 1: Solve the following LP problem.OBJ: Max P = 4x + 3ySUBJECT TO: 2x + y 102x + 3y 18x 0, y 0In order to nd a solution, we need to nd all the point(s), (x,

Texas A&M - MATH - 141

c Kathryn Bollinger, October 4, 201116.1 - Sets and Set OperationsSet Terminology and NotationSet: a well-dened collection of objectsElements: objects in a setNotationRoster Notation: all elements are listed (like names on a roster)Ex: F = cfw_1,

Texas A&M - MATH - 141

1c Kathryn Bollinger, June 10, 20116.2 - The Number of Elements in a Finite Setn(A) denotes the number of elements in set AEx: A = cfw_0, 1, 5, 7B = cfw_0, 1, 2, . . . , 15C = cfw_If A and B are disjoint sets, then n(A B ) = n(A) + n(B ).Ex: A = c

Texas A&M - MATH - 141

c Kathryn Bollinger, June 7, 201116.3 - The Multiplication PrincipleMultiplication Principle: Suppose there are n tasks (T1 , T2 , . . . , Tn ) that can each be performedin N1 , N2 , . . . , Nn ways, respectively. Then, the number of ways of performin

Texas A&M - MATH - 141

1c Kathryn Bollinger, June 9, 20116.4 - Permutations and CombinationsPermutationsArranging objects in a DEFINITE ORDER!Ex: Find the number of permutations of the set A = cfw_7, 8, 9 and list them.Ex: Find the number of ways a group of ve people can

Texas A&M - MATH - 141

1c Kathryn Bollinger, June 9, 20117.1 - Experiments, Sample Spaces, and EventsExperiment: an activity with observable resultsOutcomes: the results of an experimentExamples of Experiments: Tossing a coin and recording the side landing up. Rolling a

Texas A&M - MATH - 141

1c Kathryn Bollinger, June 17, 20117.2 - Denition of Probabilitymif in n trials of an experiment, E occurs m times.nIf the relative frequency of event E approaches a certain value as the number of trials in theexperiment becomes larger, then we obt

Texas A&M - MATH - 141

c Kathryn Bollinger, June 17, 201117.3 - Rules of ProbabilityLet S be a sample space of an experiment and suppose E and F are events of the experiment.Then,1. 0 P (E ) 1 for any E2. P (S ) = 13. If E and F are mutually exclusive, then P (E F ) = P

Texas A&M - MATH - 141

c Kathryn Bollinger, June 21, 201118.1 - Distributions of Random VariablesRandom Variable (X ): a rule that assigns a number to each outcome of a chance experimentEx: Toss a fair coin two times. Let the random variable X denote the number of heads tha

Texas A&M - MATH - 141

1c Kathryn Bollinger, June 21, 20118.2 - Expected ValueThe average (mean) of n numbers x1 , x2 , . . . , xn is given byx=x1 + x2 + + xnnEx: A survey was conducted among 58 households to nd data concerning the number of TVs perhousehold.Number of

Texas A&M - MATH - 141

1c Kathryn Bollinger, October 14, 20118.3 - Variance and Standard Deviation0.50.50.250.25123456123456Variance: a measure of the degree of dispersion, or spread, of a probability distribution about itsmeanGiven the probability distribu

Texas A&M - MATH - 141

c Kathryn Bollinger, June 22, 201118.4 - The Binomial DistributionEx: You are given a multiple choice quiz with 3 questions, each having answer choices (a) - (e).If you randomly guess on each question, what is the probability that you answer exactly 2

Texas A&M - MATH - 141

1c Kathryn Bollinger, June 28, 2011Chapter 5 - Finance5.1 - Compound InterestSimple Interest: Interest earned on the original investment amount onlyIf P dollars (called the principal or present value) earns interest at a simple interest rate of r per

Texas A&M - MATH - 141

1c Kathryn Bollinger, June 22, 20117.5/7.6 - Conditional Probability, Bayes Theorem, and Independent EventsIdea: You have prior information regarding the occurrence of a particular event of an experiment.Hence, the probability of another event occurri

Texas A&M - MATH - 141

1c Kathryn Bollinger, November 15, 20118.5 / 8.6 - The Normal Distribution & ApplicationsFinite discrete random variables take on a nite number of values and, thus, their probabilities canbe written in the form of a table and viewed in a probability h

Texas A&M - MATH - 141

1c Kathryn Bollinger, August 28, 20112.2/2.3 - Solving Systems of Linear EquationsA Brief Introduction to MatricesMatrices are used to organize data eciently and will help us to solve systems of linear equations.Matrices are usually denoted by a capi

Texas A&M - MATH - 141

1c Kathryn Bollinger, October 20, 20097.4: Using Counting Techniques in ProbabilityLet E be any event of a uniform sample space S . Then,P (E ) =n(E )Number of Outcomes in E=n(S )Number of Outcomes in S*It is sometimes necessary to use counting

Texas A&M - MATH - 141

Solve the following system:3x + 2 y = 1 7 x 2 y = 1Using matrices (with augmented matrix in [A]) and matrix commands on the calculatorunder MATRIX MATH , we have the following:213 7 2 11 / 3R1 R1 1 2 / 3 1 / 3 7 2 1 7 R1 + R2 R21 2 / 3 1 / 3

Davenport - FINC - 215

Week 5 Problem Solutions Excel:Chapter 17:Problem 1:Number of shares owned:Shares per Option Contract:Purchase price of stock:Option Premium:Option Strike Price Purchased:Selling price of stock:Number of options sold:40010066.3857057.382G

Davenport - FINC - 212

PROBLEM 11-12 TEMPLATESimonsen Village Balance Sheet Governmental Funds As of December 31, 2006Fund Assets Cash Real estate taxes receivable, net State grants receivable Due from other funds Total assets Liabilities and fund balances Liabilities: Accoun

Davenport - FINC - 212

A Partial balance sheet and income statement for King Corporation follow:King CorporationPartial Balance Sheet31-Dec-07AssetsCurrent AssetsCashMarketable securitiesTrade receivables, less allowance of $6,000Inventories, LIFOPrepaid Expenses$33,

Harvard - FINC - 320

14-1 Suppose a hedge fund provides that the management fees are 1 percent of the total assetsplus 20 percent of the profits annually. The gross returns are show below20082009201020112012End of year125,000,000????assetsGross return12%-3%18

Harvard - FINC - 320

3.3-The Ethical Responsibilities Required of you as a ManagerWhat does a successful manager need to know about ethics and value?Big Picture: Managers need to be aware of what constitutes ethics, values, the fourapproaches to ethical dilemmas, and how o

Davenport - FINC - 222

Calculate the convexity of ABC bond.CompanyYearCouponPriceYTMABC4109810.63DEF898711.53GHI221110210.76JKL28109011.17

Davenport - FINC - 403

Best Buy Co., Inc.s consolidated balance sheets from its 2009 annual report arepresented in Exhibit 5-3.Requireda. Using the balance sheets, prepare a vertical common-size analysis for 2009 and 2008.Use total assets as a base.b. Using the balance she

Davenport - FINC - 403

Assume the following facts for the current year:Net income .$200,000Common dividends .$ 20,000Preferred dividends (The preferred stock is not convertible.) $ 10,000Common shares outstanding on January 1 .20,000 sharesCommon stock issued on July 1 .5,

Davenport - FINC - 403

Anne Elizabeth Corporation is engaged in the business of making toys. A high percentageof its products are sold to consumers during November and December. Therefore,retailers need to have the toys in stock prior to November. The corporation produces on

Davenport - FINC - 403

The following data relate to inventory for the year ended December 31, 2009. A physicalinventory on December 31, 2009, indicates that 600 units are on hand and that they camefrom the July 1 purchase..:.RequiredCompute the cost of goods sold for the y