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Predict and reporting individuals ability to cope with daily cognitive tasks using hierarchical regression. Must have worked in area of psychology or have a degree in psychology Must be familiar with professional psychological research (APA referencing) Must have used Qualtrics and spss to write a professional paper before The project is checked for originality and correct use of reference and English language.
Your task is to come up with short, engaging questions for a youth summit. Think of future leaders of the world getting together around a table. I'm looking for real-life and contemporary issues that kids can vote on or choose from multiple choice, etc. However, must be age appropriate. I am looking for positive ideas for kids to contribute to global citizenship. UPDATE: I am looking for prompts to get kids to work together on short team-building and critical thinking exercises. Example would be a real-life problem that needs to be addressed/solved in the world. The prompt would give the kids a few minutes to work together on developing a solution, voting on an issues, short activities such as drawing something on notepads, etc. This will be for organized youth groups. If you understand this and can give me some good examples, I will need 100-300 questions plus other work. Good gig for the right person. Thanks.
Hung is a 46 year old Vietnamese man who has come to see a counsellor in the local community health centre, about his self-described inability to understand his 19-year old twin son and daughter. Widowed five years ago, Hung believed he was coping well until his children went to university and, in his words, ‘became different people with different values’. When Hung’s wife became ill and subsequently died, Hung believed his family became even closer as they supported each other. He remembers how the twins seemed content to stay at home with him, studying and relaxing together. This lasted until they were accepted at different universities, and for the first time the family unit was split. Although both children still live at home, they are constantly out with their new-found university friends. According to Hung, many of these friends have different cultural and moral values to those of his family, and he fears his children are adopting these values more and more. This is causing him to impose stricter rules, but the children are increasingly ignoring his requests and subsequent demands. He feels alone and helpless to deal with this latest change in his life, and is finding it increasingly difficult to concentrate at work. Recently his employer noticed his lack of focus, and suggested Hung ‘do something about it’ before he makes a major mistake at work. His employer is supportive, but does not understand the family-related distress Hung feels over the changes in his almost-adult children. Hung acknowledges that his normal method of coping is to just get on with things, but this is no longer working and he does not know how to deal with the increasing feelings of lack of control. He also describes difficulty getting to sleep, and a loss of interest in food now that the children are rarely home for the evening meal. Please let me know in the description which modalities will be applicable so that i know the expertise you hold in the field
Lecturer / Teacher / Creative writer wanted to help set up verbal quiz questions for students
I am creating a simple experiment for a pilot study I'm running for grad school, and need help programming it to run properly. Basically, I have a series of videos to be presented over several trials. Here's what one trial would look like: A video plays, then an image is shown (a question to be answered); the participant will answer with a key press. Depending on whether the participant correctly answers the question, I need the program to present them with one of two images (correct--you got it right! or incorrect--nope, here's the right answer ). Then, on to the next trial. Following these trials, I have a different series of images (more questions to be answered) that participants will also answer with a key press. I would like to record the participants' reaction time to all questions and of course, record their responses. The software I'm using is a program called PsychoPy, which uses Python. I have all the stimuli made for the study (all the images and videos), but need help getting it to run as I've described. I'm sure an experienced Python user could figure it out quickly!
We are designing an experiment for 50 respondents and would like to receive your feedback on project design.
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