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What are executive functioning skills?

What are executive functioning skills?
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How might the lack of age-appropriate executive functioning skills present in the classroom?
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What can you do as a teacher to help build students’ executive functioning skills?
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For purposes of this assignment, you can choose 3-5 skills on which to focus. Be sure to fully answer the question and consider the categories of the rubric in order to earn full points. You should use a minimum of three (3) sources and cite them in the paper and on a reference page using APA.

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A similarity higher than 20-23% will not be graded; it is an automatic zero.

Copy/paste the link to your search bar, and read and analyze the attached article below about the I/O Psychology issue in the workplace. Then, you will submit a 7-page content minimum paper (APA 7) with your analysis of the problems. The seven pages do not include the cover page or the reference page. You must include two additional sources. What would you consider some solutions that can be offered as a resolution in the workplace? Make sure to include your cover page and your reference page. Use Grammerly.com, and your SafeAssign has been activated. A similarity higher than 20-23% will not be graded; it is an automatic zero. NO pdf files accepted; I can not run a SafeAssign check; you will get an automatic “F.” No exceptions will be made.
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https://psycnet.apa.org/fulltext/2019-71052-001.pdf

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<o two scholarly journal articles are required (published within the last 5 years)

In each essay you will:
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? Answer the prompt with at least 500 words of content.
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? Be sure to use current APA formatting through the assignment.
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o A title page is not required, but a reference page is required.
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o Please use third person writing.
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? There should be at least three references in total.
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o Two scholarly journal articles are required (published within the last 5 years)
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o The Bible must also be included as a reference
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o Be sure to use in-text citations throughout the essay.
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? The in-text citations should match the references listed on the reference page and vice versa.
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Essay: Costa and McCrae: Review the section in Chapter 13 titled “In Search of the Big Five” and the article “Big Five Personality Factors and Facets as Predictors of Openness to Diversity” (Han & Pistole, 2017). Select one of the Five-Factors and discuss how this factor relates to an open attitude toward diversity as related to Costa and McCrae’s Five-Factor Model of Personality? Make sure to incorporate Han and Pistole (2017)’s discussion of openness to diversity in your essay.

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What i am looking for is 300 words citing some outside research and your opinion.

What makes people likely to get addicted to drugs and alcohol? What I am looking for is 300 words citing some outside research and your opinion.

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What are some of the positive and negative effects of marijuana use?

What are some of the positive and negative effects of marijuana use? 300 words and some outside research.

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Proposed materials and apparatus

Come up with a proposed research question and a hypothesis related to the topic of online self-directed learning. Pretend you tested it and write out the following:
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1. Proposed Methods (1 page)
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a. Proposed design of the study
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b. Proposed participants (sample) you would use
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c. Proposed materials and apparatus
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d. Description of procedure
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2. Proposed Results (1 page)
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a. What statistical analysis you will use to analyze your results
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b. Any supplemental analysis you might run if your hypothesis was not supported
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3. Proposed Discussion (1 page)
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a. Connecting your proposed results to past research
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b. Limitations of research
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c. Generalizability of findings
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Thank you!

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<write a brief essay (500-800 words) reflecting on what you have learned.

Locate the article “When do human beings begin? Scientific myths and scientific facts,” by Dianne Irving (found in the Jerry Falwell Library and the Resources section) and download a PDF copy of it.You can read it online or save a copy to your computer.
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Read the article, and identify two arguments for the position which states that life begins at conception, and identify two arguments for the position which states that life begins at a later point in development.
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Write a brief essay (500-800 words) reflecting on what you have learned. Identify which argument you believe has the greatest support from a scientific perspective. See the suggested outline provided below.
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Please note that while this issue does have significant moral and spiritual implications, this essay should focus on the scientific arguments outlined in the assigned article.

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Essay must be 400 words

Electronic devices have saturated our society, becoming a distraction that hinders our connections with others. For this assignment, imagine that you are a developmental expert asked to help individuals connect meaningfully with someone in a particular stage of life. Outline a response by writing an essay that includes these points:
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• Choose a life stage (i.e., infancy, early childhood, adolescence, older adulthood, etc.).
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• Using information from the “Developmental Psychology” chapter, describe the primary need(s) of individuals in that stage of life.
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• Suggest at least three activities that would facilitate a meaningful connection based on the need(s) you have described. Essay must be 400 words

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What are 5 things that you learned about it?

What mental health condition interested you most and why? What are 5 things that you learned about it? How is it most commonly treated? Explain.

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What kinds of societal consequences this type of egocentric behavior might have (think about the country or the world)?

Familiarize yourself with Piaget’s concept of egocentrism—the notion that an individual believes everyone else must think, see, hear, feel, and experience the world just as they do. Even as adults, many of our assumptions about those we work and live with result from egocentric tendencies. If we have particular opinions, values, or expectations, we often function as though others share those same notions. Not until we are met with disappointment or shock do we come to realize (if we even do) that just because we looked at something from a particular point of view, that not everyone did.
1. Recall experiences you have had with adults who believe the same thing. It may be someone else, or it may even be you!
2. What kinds of societal consequences this type of egocentric behavior might have (think about the country or the world)?