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How do psychological tests differ; what are the different types? How are they used, in what settings are they used, and by whom are they used? What are limitations of tests? How might testing be misused? What are the legal and ethical issues related to testing?

How do psychological tests differ; what are the different types? How are they used, in what settings are they used, and by whom are they used? What are limitations of tests? How might testing be misused? What are the legal and ethical issues related to testing?

Utilizing Carl Rogers’s principle of self-concept. address the following: Briefly summarize Rogers’s major concepts of the self, self-actualization, and unconditional positive regard. What research design(s) did Rogers use in his studies? Did Carl Rogers conduct his research ethically? Why or why not?

Utilizing Carl Rogers’s principle of self-concept. address the following: Briefly summarize Rogers’s major concepts of the self, self-actualization, and unconditional positive regard. What research design(s) did Rogers use in his studies? Did Carl Rogers conduct his research ethically? Why or why not?

Many people think of mental health when they think about psychology, but it goes far beyond that. Before composing your initial discussion post, read Chapter 1 and think of how it relates to something in everyday life. Choose something in the chapter that relates to your own life, something you have observed, or even a newsworthy topic, and explain how the chapter material applies.

Many people think of mental health when they think about psychology, but it goes far beyond that. Before composing your initial discussion post, read Chapter 1 and think of how it relates to something in everyday life. Choose something in the chapter that relates to your own life, something you have observed, or even a …

Review the following theories that we have covered in class: Psychoanalytic Therapy Adlerian Therapy Existential Therapy Person-Centered Therapy Gestalt Therapy Behavior Therapy Cognitive Behavior Therapy Reality Therapy Feminist Therapy Postmodern Approaches Family Systems Therapy Now answer these questions: What are your basic assumptions about human nature? Which approach to therapy is closest to your beliefs about human nature?

Review the following theories that we have covered in class: Psychoanalytic Therapy Adlerian Therapy Existential Therapy Person-Centered Therapy Gestalt Therapy Behavior Therapy Cognitive Behavior Therapy Reality Therapy Feminist Therapy Postmodern Approaches Family Systems Therapy Now answer these questions: What are your basic assumptions about human nature? Which approach to therapy is closest to your beliefs …

CASE STUDY You are caring for a 59-year-old African American male who is a non-smoker and a non-drinker. You are caring for a 59-year-old African American male who is a non-smoker and a non-drinker. The individual has a healthy weight for his height. On weekends, he coaches a youth baseball team in his community and enjoys eating hot dogs and nachos with the children after games. He has been monitoring his blood pressure at the community center and noted that the highest reading was 168/92 mm Hg. He is pleased with this number, as the results were “lower than previous readings.” However, his healthcare provider is still concerned. She informed him about the dietary choices he was making and reminded him to limit his sodium intake. She also renewed the individual’s prescription for a thiazide diuretic and added an ACE inhibitor to his treatment regime. Please answer the following prompts in your analysis of the case: Speculate how the individual’s ethnicity contributes to his hypertension. Discuss other determinants of health that contribute to the prevalence of hypertensive disease in this population. Discuss the significance of an elevated systolic pressure, even in the absence of diastolic hypertension, detailing the pathophysiology behind elevation in blood pressure and the ultimate development of hypertension. Identify if this individual is at risk for developing heart failure. If so, what type of heart failure would he be most at risk of developing? Briefly discuss the mechanism of action of the two classes of drugs this individual was prescribed for the management of his hypertension.

CASE STUDY You are caring for a 59-year-old African American male who is a non-smoker and a non-drinker. You are caring for a 59-year-old African American male who is a non-smoker and a non-drinker. The individual has a healthy weight for his height. On weekends, he coaches a youth baseball team in his community and …

SJ is a sixteen-month-old boy who is brought to the clinic with a one-day history of tugging at his right ear and crying and a two-day history of decreased appetite, decreased playfulness, and difficulty sleeping. His mother has documented a fever, so she has been giving him 5 mL of ibuprofen every twelve hours. He was diagnosed with acute otitis media (AOM) at the age of four months; he has had the same diagnosis three times since. On physical exam, his vital signs are normal with the exception of a temperature of 102°F. His weight is 10 kg. Both tympanic membranes (TMs) are erythematous, with the right one more than the left one. The right TM is bulging with limited mobility, copious cerumen, and purulent fluid behind the TM. The left TM appears normal. The right TM landmarks are difficult to visualize. Answer the following questions: Of the information provided, what data support the diagnosis of AOM and what would be inconclusive? How would you distinguish AOM and otitis media with effusion (OME)? What treatment would you suggest? What types of cautions or instructions would you provide to his mother?

SJ is a sixteen-month-old boy who is brought to the clinic with a one-day history of tugging at his right ear and crying and a two-day history of decreased appetite, decreased playfulness, and difficulty sleeping. His mother has documented a fever, so she has been giving him 5 mL of ibuprofen every twelve hours. He …

Mr Garcia is a 67 year old Hispanic male complaining of leg pain. The pain is worse when walking and has lasted several days. He has a history of hyperlipidemia, hypertension, and DM2. His lower extremity exam reveals: slightly bluish color, visible varicosities, +1 edema ending just above the ankles, capillary refill brisk, skin temperature warm and peripheral pulses strong. What are the multiple differential diagnoses? What is the most likely cause of his symptoms? What would your plan of care be?

Mr Garcia is a 67 year old Hispanic male complaining of leg pain. The pain is worse when walking and has lasted several days. He has a history of hyperlipidemia, hypertension, and DM2. His lower extremity exam reveals: slightly bluish color, visible varicosities, +1 edema ending just above the ankles, capillary refill brisk, skin temperature …

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