Graduate Level Psychology Ethics
Graduate Level Psychology Ethics
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Each question requires a 100-word response that should include appropriate citations and an APA-style outline.
- How would you explain a dual relationship to someone who has never heard of it before? Which kind of dual relationships are forbidden for psychologists according to the APA Ethics Code? Are you in favor of the restrictions? Can you explain why or why not?
- Is there any circumstance in which a therapist having a romantic or sexual relationship with a patient would be ethically acceptable?
- Thirdly, what further difficulties do you foresee in delivering mental health care to a predominantly rural population?
- What would happen to a psychologist if they didn’t get informed permission from their patients?
- Specify the ways in which you want to put your new knowledge to use in your professional and personal life.
- Explain what you don’t understand and what you’d like to find out more about in point number six.
Some governmental systems claim that it is necessary for citizens to give up many of their rights for the benefit of the whole of their society. They conclude that the government can effectively act as the “equalizer” in making sure that all citizens are treated well. Do you agree or disagree? Explain and discuss. Graduate Level Psychology Ethics
Does a business have a right to set its own prices, regardless of the relationship to the cost of the product?
Can you name some absolute rights that you believe all people have? Can you then offer some duties which are created by those rights. (For example: A person may have the right to life and that may create a duty on your part not to take their life.)
Does a person have a right to work harder than another person, and, therefore, earn more than that person? Does that mean that they then have the right to keep the property that they have earned from their labor?
What is informed consent and HIPAA? Is the purpose of consent to benefit the individual or to promote autonomous choice? Do the ethics of research also require informed consent? When can a healthcare provider and or researcher withhold information from a patient/subject? When it is clinically customary? When ca the provider claim therapeutic consent? When the research or treatment can do no harm to the patient/subject?
When there is randomization, placebo, trivial risk and or deception, and or the fact that medical records will be searched to gain research information beyond what is needed for routine use? In what ways does a medical/research/health care insinuation and administrators enforce these guideline? Graduate Level Psychology Ethics
Complete both Part A and Part B below.
- For the each of following research questions (note there are two), create one null hypothesis, one directional research hypothesis, and one non-directional research hypothesis.
- What are the effects of attention on out-of-seat classroom behavior? (create 3 hypotheses)
- What is the relationship between the quality of a marriage and the quality of the spouses’ relationships with their siblings? (create 3 hypotheses)
- Provide one research hypothesis and an equation for each of the following topics:
- The amount of money spent on food among undergraduate students and undergraduate student-athletes.
- The effects of Drug A and Drug B on a disease.
- The time to complete a task in Method 1 and Method 2.
- Why does the null hypothesis presume no relationship between variables?
- Create a research hypothesis tested using a one-tailed test and a research hypothesis tested using a two-tailed test.
- What does the critical value represent?
- Given the following information, would your decision be to reject or fail to reject the null hypothesis? Setting the level of significance at .05 for decision making, provide an explanation for your conclusion.
- The null hypothesis that there is no relationship between the type of music a person listens to and his crime rate (p < .05).
- The null hypothesis that there is no relationship between the amount of coffee consumption and GPA (p = .62).
- The null hypothesis that there is no relationship between the number of hours worked and level of job satisfaction (p = .51).
- Why is it harder to find a significant outcome (all other things being equal) when the research hypothesis is being tested at the .01 rather than the .05 level of significance?
- Why should we think in terms of “failing to reject” the null rather than just accepting it? Graduate Level Psychology Ethics
- When is it appropriate to use the one-sample z test?
Answer the following questions in at least 90 words. Be specific and provide examples when relevant.
Cite any sources consistent with APA guidelines.
|The average raw math achievement score for third graders at a Smith elementary school is 137. There are 100 third graders at Smith Elementary school. Third graders statewide score an average of 124 with a standard deviation of 7. Are the Smith third graders better at math than third graders throughout the state? Perform the correct statistical test, applying the eight steps of the hypothesis testing process as demonstrated on pp. 188–193 of Statistics for People Who (Think They) Hate Statistics.||Graduate Level Psychology Ethics|
|What is a research question that you would like to answer? Write the null and research hypotheses. Would you use a one- or two-tailed test? Why?|
|What do we mean when we say that a statistical result is significant? What is the difference between a statistically significant and a meaningful result? Why is statistical significance important?||Graduate Level Psychology Ethics|
|Describe a Type I error for the previous study that compares third graders’ math achievement. Describe a Type II error for that study.||Graduate Level Psychology Ethics|