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Course Project Tutor.com Submission This week, you will create your full-length

Course Project Tutor.com Submission
This week, you will create your full-length draft of your Course Project. You should review the requirements of your Course Project Instructions Download Course Project Instructionsbefore you complete your draft.

You should be using APA format for your paper.

Keep your thesis statement/main topic in mind. Be sure that each topic focuses on each sub-topic you defined in your thesis. Each sentence should be connected to the main point of your thesis. Integrate your sources using in-text citations as you write. Follow the tutorial in the video, In-text citations made easy: APA 7th edition format (Links to an external site.) available in the Carrington Library.

Lastly, you need to create a reference page for the sources you used in your text. To create a reference page, watch the tutorial in the video APA Format 7th Edition: Reference Page Tutorial (Websites, Journals, Magazines, Newspaper Articles) (Links to an external site.) available in the Carrington Library.

With your work complete, it is time to proof-read. Use spell-check and reread your work to check for writing errors.

Now, you are going to submit to Tutor.com using the Tutoring tab to your left. Be sure to choose “Submit paper for Review” Submit paper for review.JPG

You will earn credit for this assignment by completing a full draft of the Course Project, submitting the draft to Tutor.com and uploading the feedback provided by Tutor.com to this assignment. You must upload the feedback to earn credit.

This assignment will be graded using the Course Project Tutor.com Submission Rubric.

Facts, quotes, ideas, etc. that are borrowed from a resource or resources other than personal experiences must be cited in proper APA format in your response. You can access Citation and Writing Assistance: Writing Papers at Carrington (Links to an external site.) for information about sources and APA format and read about Avoid Plagiarism (Links to an external site.) in the Carrington College Library. It is often helpful to submit your work to Tutor.comin the Tutoring tab for assistance with writing.
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Multiple Baseline Designs This week, practice identifying multiple baseline des

Multiple Baseline Designs
This week, practice identifying multiple baseline design studies and analyzing the conclusions of made in the study. Choose one of the following choices to respond to. You do not need to respond to all of them.

Review the Welsh et al. (2018) article, “Teaching a Perspective-Taking Component Skill to Children With Autism in the Natural Environment.” Briefly describe the design that was used. Review the graphs and give a visual analysis (trend, level, variability). Was a functional relationship demonstrated? Why or why not? What recommendations would you make to improve the design?
Review the Hansard and Kazemi (2018) article, “Evaluation of Video Self-Instruction for Implementing Paired-Stimulus Preference Assessments.” Briefly describe the design that was used. Review the graphs and give a visual analysis (trend, level, variability). Was a functional relationship demonstrated? Why or why not? What recommendations would you make to improve the design?
Identify an article of your choice using a multiple baseline design. Review the graphs and give a visual analysis (tend, level, variability). Was a functional relationship demonstrated? Why or why not? What recommendations would you make to improve the design?
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Project idea be based on Mnemonics for memory use examples like the link tree, m

Project idea be based on Mnemonics for memory use examples like the link tree, method of loci
** also can you give me an reference page ** thank you
Instructions :
For a final project, you will submit a review paper. The topic of this paper is up to you, as long as it has to do with the psychology of learning and/or memory in some capacity. This should be written in APA-style. Papers should be approximately 5 pages, 12-pt. font, double-spaced, with appropriate citations.
You will upload your paper in the Assignments tab in Canvas. Late papers cannot be accepted.
Additional Guidance:
The purpose of this paper is for you to identify a topic in learning and memory that you find interesting, and investigate it. A review paper should describe the main themes of a particular body of research, and the studies relevant to those themes. Review papers may cover a very broad literature (e.g. retrieval induced forgetting has hundreds of papers), or a relatively narrow topic (e.g. HSAMs – people with Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory, who can remember every single day of their lives – are relatively rare, so there aren’t that many papers written about them). You should choose a topic that can be covered adequately in 5-pages, so a relatively tight focus. Steps to writing a review paper:
1. Identify the general topic you want to write about. This should be specific enough that you can address it in 5-pages. For example, eyewitness memory, the testing effect, social contagion of memory, highly superior autobiographical memory (HSAMs), or something like overgeneralized memory and depression are good-sized topics. Recognition in general, retrieval, false memories, autobiographical memory in general, or mental illness and its impact on memory are too broad; there is no way you could fit those entire topics into a 5-page paper. A good strategy would be to identify a topic you think might work, then use PsycINFO and Google Scholar to get a sense of what the literature looks like. Look at titles and abstracts (usually scanning 10-20 abstracts will give you a good sense of a field). If you need help narrowing your topic, consult with one of the TAs or the instructor. Here, we will be looking to see that your topic is of an appropriate scope, and is reasonably focused. Tell us what the paper is about in the introductory paragraph.
2. Select your sources. For a paper of this length, 3-5 sources is a reasonable number. We are not counting citations; we are evaluating how adequately you use sources to talk about your topic. For example, are the sources selected relevant to your topic, do they come from quality sources (i.e. peer-reviewed journals), do you use them to build a clear story or do you just list them, and do you describe the studies in adequate detail – i.e. 1.) the experimental design 2.) results, and 3.) implications for the theory. I will post a paper that gives guidance for how to read cognitive psychology articles if you don’t have a lot of experience doing so.
3. Outline your argument. Have a good roadmap for what you want to address in the paper. You do NOT need to submit the outline with your paper. It is for your own benefit, to help keep the paper from rambling.
4. Write a first draft, then revise it, then revise it again, and so on. A first draft is almost always bad. That’s ok, it is expected to be. Becoming a good writer is about multiple revisions. We will be evaluating papers for clarity and concision. Be efficient with your language – clear and simple wins the day.
Based on this guidance, we will be evaluating papers based on the following qualities:
1. Is the topic appropriate in scope?
2. Are the sources selected adequate to address the topic?
3. Are the sources of good quality (i.e. from peer-reviewed journals)?
4. Are any studies cited described in appropriate detail?
a. Experimental design (or other design, if not an experiment)
b. Results
c. Implications (tell us what these results tell us; i.e. so what?)
5. Is the paper written clearly?
The most important thing is it should be interesting!
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This is the instructions for the paper. I will also attach my draft paper and d

This is the instructions for the paper. I will also attach my draft paper and discussion post about this topic. I think I answered everything just need help putting it all together and what’s missing.

Introduction: The Four Lenses

Using the resources from this course, identify the characteristics of each of the four liberal arts lenses, the types of evidence they use, and the similarities and differences among them.
Identify the key characteristics of each of the four lenses: social science, natural science, history, and the humanities.
Be sure to include relevant points that help explain the characteristics.
Identify the types of evidence used when looking through each lens.
Determine similarities and differences among the lenses, based on the characteristics you have identified.
Researching Your Topic

For the topic Climate Change, determine what you know, what you want to know, and what you have learned about the topic from the provided resources in the library guide. You will need to use each of the four lenses in your responses.
Know (K): Draw on previous and personal experiences to provide information about what you already know about your topic in relation to each lens.
Want to know (W): Determine what you want to know about your topic in relation to the lenses.
Be sure to phrase this information in the form of questions.
What keywords would be helpful in exploring your topic?
Learned (L): Answer the questions you posed about your topic using the provided resources in the library guide. If they are not answered by the resources, explain what steps you will take to answer them.
Applying the Lenses to Your Topic

Use two lens (social science and natural science) you applied when researching your topic, and examine the topic in greater detail.
Topic and first lens: Examine your topic through your first lens.
Be sure to identify the lens you selected.
Write about what you learned in your examination. Use details and examples relevant to that lens from the resources in the library guide and the course.
Topic and second lens: Examine your topic through your second lens.
Be sure to identify the lens you selected.
Write about what you learned in your examination. Use details and examples relevant to that lens from the resources in the library guide and the course.
Similarities and differences: Explain the similarities and differences in how the lenses relate to your topic.
Focus on the view you get when looking at your topic through both lenses.
Further exploration: Determine the next steps for further exploration of the topic you have chosen.
Determine questions to ask for further exploration of this topic. Would you continue to explore through the lenses you’ve chosen, or take another approach?
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Define self-disclosure and explain the potential ramifications of deciding to se

Define self-disclosure and explain the potential ramifications of deciding to self-disclose with a client. Use an example from field experience or professional life that illustrates the positive or negative effects of self-disclosure. Reflect on a client interaction in field experience or in professional life when you demonstrated cultural competence—namely, an awareness of your own biases, a humble and inquisitive disposition relating to cultures other than your own, or an approach that took into account the client’s cultural values and beliefs.
Describe the importance of cultural competence in client interactions. Use an example from field experience or professional life that illustrates how cultural competence is demonstrated in practice.

Use the Learning Resources to support your Assignment. Make sure to provide APA citations and a reference list Below
Imboden, R. (2020). Exploring the relationship between ethics stress and burnout Links to an external site.. Journal of Social Work Values & Ethics, 17(1), 14–16.
Moody, K. J., Pomerantz, A. M., Ro, E., & Segrist, D. J. (2021). “Me too, a long time ago”: Therapist self-disclosure of past or present psychological problems similar to those of the client Links to an external site.. Practice Innovations, 6(3), 181–188. https://doi.org/10.1037/pri0000151
Reamer, F. G. (2016, February). Eye on ethics: The complexities of client privacy, confidentiality, and privileged communication Links to an external site.. Social Work Today. https://www.socialworktoday.com/news/eoe_0216.shtml
Reamer, F. G. (2020, April). Eye on ethics: Tele-social work in a COVID-19 world: An ethics primer Links to an external site.. Social Work Today. https://www.socialworktoday.com/news/eoe_0420.shtml
Szczygiel, P. (2020). In the field – to self-disclose or not to self-disclose: That question is too simple Links to an external site.. The New Social Worker. https://www.socialworker.com/feature-articles/practice/field-to-self-disclose-or-not-to-self-disclose-that-question-is-too-simple/
National Association of Social Workers. (2021). Code of ethics of the National Association of Social Workers Links to an external site.. https://www.socialworkers.org/About/Ethics/Code-of-Ethics/Code-of-Ethics-English
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For this assignment, you will write a maximum three pages, double-spaced, Times

For this assignment, you will write a maximum three pages, double-spaced, Times New Roman, Size 12 answering one of the following question.

1) Why have many ethnic groups seeking independence based on their right to self-determination been unable to achieve their goals?

In the paper, I want you to do (and will grade you on how well you do) the following:
• Develop a clear argument.
• Consider and evaluate potential counter-arguments.
• Connect these arguments and counter-arguments to course content, especially slides and readings.
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In your post, evaluate the legal and ethical practices to prevent fraud and abus

In your post, evaluate the legal and ethical practices to prevent fraud and abuse. How does fraud and abuse impact the costs of healthcare? What types of policies and procedures should be in place to prevent fraud and abuse?
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Research Validity This week, share your thoughts on internal, external, and soc

Research Validity
This week, share your thoughts on internal, external, and social validity. All three are extremely important to research and ensuring a sound study. Choose one of the following choices to respond to. You do not need to respond to both of them.

Discuss the importance of internal, external, and social validity in behavioral research. Be sure to address each type of validity and provide examples.
Select an article relating to your topic and evaluate the study’s external, internal, and social validity. For each type of validity, discuss what they did well and what could be improved.
Response Guidelines
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