1) Resources: pp. 388–392 of Psychology and Your Life Write a 200- to 300-word summary in which you compare normal and abnormal behavior. Complete the following in your summary: • Define normal behavior in your own words. • Explain two definitions of abnormal behavior. • Compare the differences between the psychoanalytic, behavioral, and cognitive perspectives on abnormality. 2) Resource:

Take no more than three sentences to answer the following questions (15 pts): What is the primary Freudian influence in reading Figure 33.2? Describe the difference between expressionism and abstract expressionism. Explain how Dada might be reflective of the change in society as a result of science opposed to psychology. What is one primary similarity and one primary difference between the dance of Martha Graham and Merce Cunningham?
April 23, 2018
Elevator speech (8%). You will give a memorized 1-minute speech advocating for your policy position. You should choose the target audience you feel will be most appropriate given your advocacy plan (e.g., a legislator or legislative committee; a community group; a lay person who you want to persuade to take action).
April 23, 2018

1) Resources: pp. 388–392 of Psychology and Your Life Write a 200- to 300-word summary in which you compare normal and abnormal

behavior. Complete the following in your summary: • Define normal behavior in your own words. • Explain two definitions of abnormal behavior. • Compare the differences between the psychoanalytic, behavioral, and cognitive perspectives on abnormality. 2) Resource:

Appendix Cand Modules 34 & 36 of Psychology and Your Life Complete the Psychotherapy Matrix. • (Requirement: Please be sure to write a minimum of 150+ words for the summary of each approach) 3) Read the article provided by your instructor from the Opposing Viewpoint Resource Center in the University Library. Write a 350- to 500-word response to the following: Focusing on the actions, not the abuse, select one person involved in this case(Assistant Coach/Athletic Director/State Attorney General/School President,

etc.) and discuss the following: • What were the actions taken by the person you chose? • What was the impact of those actions? • If you had held the same position, what action would you have taken? • How did your moral reasoning impact your decision

 

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