Ethics in Psychology
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Ethics
A system of principles that inform moral behavior
Can be informed by difference sources:
Religion
Culture
Laws
Intuition
Being ethical is not the same as being lawful.
Pu
Introduction to
Counseling Psychology
Dyad Work
Introduce yourself to your
Ask your partner about:
partner
How they grew up
Their relationship with family members
Their relationships with friends
Mental status exam-client intake info
Baggy clothes- self harm, insecure, eating disorder
"snapshot" of client
Dream Interpretation
Most psychologists dont know why we have dreams
Stages
Personality A
The
Psychodynamic
Approach
Goals for Todays Class
Understand the followings of psychoanalytic and
psychodynamic theories
Important figure Sigmund Freud
Theoretical assumptions
Key concepts
Therapy
Under the Surface
Microskills in
Counseling
Working Alliance
Good working alliance is the best indicator of positive
outcome in counseling (Bordin, 1979)
Bond, Goals, and Tasks
Empathic understandi
Establishing Trust and
Credibility
What do you do to create trust and
credibility in new relationships?
What works?
What does not work?
How do you know it is not working?
What things do you do to repa
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Assignment #2
3.2.1. a) In a grouped frequency distribution, we are unable to determine the exact
the exact frequency of a given score in the data.
b) The loss of knowing the
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Assignment #3
4.2.1 The difference between a percentile rank and an ordinary percentage is that
an ordinary percentage can be used to show how many answers are correct
while a
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Assignment #5
6.2.1 A) median: 4.5
B) It would be difficult to estimate the median of this new data set because
replacing one of the 4s with a 5 would allow for four 5s in the
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Assignment #6
7.1.1 A) Distribution A will show more variability
B) Distribution A will show more variability
7.2.2 A) When calculating the range, the inverse relationship of
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Assignment #1
2.2.2 a) O
b) U
c) O
d) U
e) O
f) O
g) U
h) U
2.2.4. If a researcher wants to measure a students enthusiasm for the acquisition
of knowledge, they could define t
PSQF:1075 Educational Psychology and Measurement
Week Date
Topic
Assigned Reading
1
August 23rd & Introduction to the Course
Chapter 1
25th
Learning, Teaching and Educational
(quizzes each
Psychology:
Chapter 2 Review
(Beginning until page 56)
Educational Psychology
Bailey Banks, Matt DeZwarte, Maty Doll, Zachary Meyer, Sam Grubisich, Lauren Jacobson, Kylee Zoske
What Is Development?
Development ca
Elementary Statistics
Answers to Homework #1
1.
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
D
U
U
C
C
D
2.
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
I
O
R
N
R
O
3.
Tune recognition is probably an "invalid" way to measure musical
ability(Garbage in -
Elementary Statistics
Answers to Homework (Sections 3 and 4)
The scores for boys and girls from a 3rd grade class on an English
composition test are given below. Use this information to answer
questio
Elementary Statistics
Answers to Homework #5
1.
2
X = 20, SX = 3, SX = 9
Y = bX = 7(20) = 140
a.
Y = 7X
SY = b SX = 7 (3) = 21
2
2
SY = b2 SX = 72 (9) = 441
Y = bX + c = 1(20) + 5 = 25
b.
Y = X + 5
SY
Elementary Statistics
Answers to Homework for Section 14
1.
a) - b) - c) + d) 0 e) + f) +
2.
a)
20
18
16
14
Job Quality
12
10
8
6
4
2
0
0
5
10
15
20
25
Years of Education
b)
Education (X)
Sum
Quality
Elementary Statistics 7P:143, 22S:102
Answers to Homework for Sections 11, 12 and 13
1.
(a) 0; (b) ; (c) ; (d) 0
2.
First calculate X cv = 1.65(2) + 100 =103.3. Then
calculate = Prob( Z < ( X cv - tru
Section 15 Homework Answers
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'
1. a. Z r = 0.693, b. Z r = 0.310, c. r = 0.640, d. Z = 0.973, e. = -0.910
2. (1) Ho: = 0, HA: > 0.
(2) = .05
(3) Z(CR) Z > 1.65
(.662 .000)
(4) Zobs =
= 1.99
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Answers for Section 16
Regression
1. Plot the following regression lines:
a) Y = -3X + 4
b) Y = .5X - 2
c) Y = -2X +1
2a. Given n = 9,
XY = 1,606 , X = 108 ,
Y = 123, X
2
= 1,522 , X = 12, and
Y = 1