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Depressive Disorders and Bipolar & Related Disorders/ DB 3

I’m working on a Psychology exercise and need support.

Primary Task Response: Within the Discussion Board area, write 400–600 words that respond to the following questions with your thoughts, ideas, and comments. This will be the foundation for future discussions by your classmates. Be substantive and clear, and use examples to reinforce your ideas:

Select 1 of the following disorders:

  • Major depressive disorder
  • Persistent depressive disorder
  • Disruptive mood dysregulation disorder
  • Premenstrual dysphoric disorder

Focus the discussion on the following:

  • What are some of the symptoms?
  • What would this disorder look like in person? Make sure you relate this back to the DSM criteria.
  • Based on your research, do you think the media has portrayed the disorder you selected in an unbiased manner or is it sensationalized? Support your answer.
  • Discuss 1 effective treatment approach for the disorder you selected. Support your answer with research.

You may also research the psychological disorders, by reviewing an electronic version of the DSM-5 in CTU’s library. For more information on accessing the DSM-5 in the library please review How to Access DSM-5 and/or watch this video.

Behavior Support Strategies

I don’t understand this Sociology question and need help to study.……

Read the following handouts, Six principles of behavior management and Finding the causes of misbehavior. Discuss the significance of negative consequences and positive reinforcement when seeking to improve the behaviors and attitudes of children in the childcare setting. Using the weekly readings and other credible resources as a guide, identify and evaluate three strategies for creating a positive behavior support plan. Be sure to support your strategies with information from your text and at least one other resource.

Technical Style Edit and Justification Memo

I’m studying for my English class and need an explanation.


Scenario: You work in the claims department for The Acme Company. The company recently lost thousands of dollars from reimbursing customers with fraudulent product claims. In response, Acme’s CFO developed a verification process for all new claims that you are responsible for implementing.

Your colleague Willow Bay drafted the below letter to explain this verification process to customers. However, you believe its style and tone could be improved for professionalism.

Instructions: You have two tasks:

  1. Edit the letter for style and tone. Use the Track Changes feature in MS-Word so your audience can clearly see your suggested edits.
  2. Once you’ve edited the letter, write a brief memo to Willow (200–250 words) that summarizes your major editorial suggestions. Focus on justifying your 2–3 primary style improvements. Your goal is to persuade Willow to accept all your style suggestions, so support your recommendations by citing the suggested principles in your textbook.

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more than 200 words Discussion

I don’t know how to handle this Sociology question and need guidance.

Your answer should be from a sociological point of view, not your personal opinion. I am grading for understanding.

Why do some corporations choose to set up factories in places like Mexico, Bangladesh, or Indonesia? How do corporations benefit from taking their factories outside of first world industrialized nations? Why might the workers continue working at the factories despite the challenges they face? The short clip below is a clip from the film Maquilapolis: City of Factories (the entire documentary is uploaded on Youtube if any one is interested). The filmmaker gave women in Tijuana cameras to document their lives working at factories that make electronic products like Sony, Panasonic, Sanyo etc.

Involving Fathers

I’m stuck on a Sociology question and need an explanation.…

Read the article Fathers’ role in children’s academic achievement and early literacy. Develop a learning activity that supports the involvement of fathers in the childcare setting. The activity can take place before, during, or after normal childcare hours. Identify how fathers will be encouraged to attend, and discuss the role of the father in supporting the child’s academic achievements. Consider activities that would interest fathers, review the four barriers to getting men involved in preschool programs (Gonzales-Mena, 2014, p. 73-75), and review research supporting the involvement of fathers in supporting a child’s academic achievement (article by Gadsden & Ray). In the father’s absence, encourage the involvement of another significant family member (grandparent, uncle, and so forth).

its an annotated bibliographies , There is an example

I’m studying for my English class and need an explanation.

Length: about 900-1,500 words (about 3-5 pages)

Conferences: Wednesday, January 15

Peer Response: Wednesday, January 22

Creating an annotated bibliography gives you the chance to explore what kinds of sources are out there relating to a particular topic. (See the attached document for an example of what an annotated bibliography looks like, and what it’s supposed to do.)

Look for any sources you can find relating to your topic. (Your topic should somehow relate to the Mared and Karen case. What information can you research and contribute to our conversation about this case, in order to help us understand the case a little more clearly? The possible perpetrators? The culture of Morgantown in the late 1960s/early 1970s? The treatment of women in Morgantown during this period? Anything else you can contribute to the conversation?)

In your annotated bibliography, you should cite any of the sources that you find, in alphabetical order. (You can cite your sources using either MLA format, or you can use the specific citation format that is used in your major.) After each citation, you should provide a brief summary of the source, as well as why you think that particular source could be useful for your research. You should also provide a brief preface at the beginning of your annotated bibliography that explains the tentative topic that you’re thinking of researching.