Will there be much pain involved?
Learning Goal: I’m working on a psychology question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.There is a danger of tragedy and/or law suits in this case. What would you have done? There is a very old joke told about a patient who asks a doctor before a procedure: “Will I be able to play the piano after this?” It rather spoils the joke if the doctor asks: “Can you play the piano now?”I realize that all of you in this class have had some training in health care, or have studied health care systems, or have watched health care professionals practice their care. So, you won’t be surprised at the dictum – First do no harm. Now, in this chapter is the additional admonition – do so with compassion.We want to be treated with compassion when we need health care and so does everyone else. We want to know what the procedure entails; what is the recovery time? How long will I be off work? Will there be much pain involved? How much will this cost? These issues and many more are what may be covered in the reasonable patient disclosure.Most of us would personally like to have more information as the serious nature of the procedure increases. Think about this for yourself. What would you want to know?The items which the health care professional needs to be fully aware of are:Who is my patient?
How will this affect their life or their lifestyle?
What family or responsibility issues are involved?
Are their any residual consequences of this procedure?
second : Read the article titled: Smells like clean spirit: Nonconscious effects of scent on cognition and behavior (Holland, Hendricks, & Aarts, 2005) and answer the following questions. This assignment is due by _______________. Each answer should be (at minimum) an undergraduate-level paragraph in length.1) What are the design elements: (independent variable [IV], and dependent variable [DV]) and operational definitions for all three studies?2) What are the potential confounding variables?3) What are the strengths and weaknesses of the study designs?4) In what situations might smell influence your behavior?5) Could the activation of other senses (touch, taste, sound, sight) influence behavior and in what ways?6) What other ways could one measure cleaning-related behaviors (observationally and nonobservationally)?7) Evaluate each of the four validities that we covered in today’s lecture (Chapter 4) in terms of this article. How “valid” or strong are they? Smells Like Clean Spirit (Assignment 2).pdf (83.893 KB).
third: Part One: Pauli MurrayPlease watch the below video on Pauli Murrayhttps://youtu.be/L3u98p8PDlc1. Is Pauli Murray “Gender Nonconforming”? Explain your answer2. What is Pauli’s gender expression? What is Pauli’s gender identity?Part Two: Caster SemenyaPlease watch the below videos on Caster Semenyahttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eA0Eg62PAnYhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XeQYdyDsioY3. What is your initial reaction to Caster Semenya? What is Caster’s gender expression and gender identity?4. How should the sporting community interact with athletes who are intersex?Part Three: Gender DysphoriaPlease read the DSM diagnosis for Gender Dysphoria provided on blackboard5. Should Gender Dysphoria as outlined by the DSM be considered “disordered behavior”? Please refer to one part of the diagnostic criteria that you feel supports your argument.Part Four: Conversion TherapyPlease watch the below videohttps://youtu.be/CFRGARTeLng6. What is your cognitive and emotional reaction to Garrard and his mother?7. Could you say that conversion therapy is a profit driven movement? What evidence does the clip provide?8. What unique pain can occur for a person who has intersecting religious and LGBTQ identities?Part Five: Illinois and LGBTQ rightsPlease visit the following Wikipedia pagehttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGBT_rights_in_Illinois#Transgender_and_intersex_rights9. Please pick 3 aspects of LGBTQ rights and the state of Illinois that are notable to you. Why do these stick out as important? Fourth : Part One: Gender theories and Angela DavisPlease view the video on BB called “A Tangle of Pathology”Please read Parts I and II of Reflections on the Role of Black Women in the Community of Slaves1. What is the feminist critique of the Moynihan report?2. Was is possible for an enslaved family to live in traditional gender roles? Explain3. What is a gender schema? What are some gender schema’s enslaved African children might have developed?Part Two: Socialization in MediaPlease watch the videos in the BB folder.4. What are some stereotypes of Asian, Indigenous, and Latina women in media?5. Reflect on a book you read as a child. What were the messages about gender norms in this book?6. Apply the Bechdel test (page 206 in text) to a TV show or movie you watch this week. Report what you find and what this reveals about media socialization.Part Three: Gamer GatePlease watch the video and read the article in the BB folder7. What was #gamergate? How does this intersect with course material?8. What are the depictions of women in video games as outlined by the provided video? Why are these depictions problematic for youth of all genders? Attached Files: Reflections on Role of Black Women in Community of Slaves .pdf (2.098 MB).
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