Neurotransmitter:This type of paper should be formatted as described here and co

Neurotransmitter:This type of paper should be formatted as described here and consist of two paragraphs. The first paragraph will be your will summary of the article itself, and the second will be your opinion and analysis of the article. Use the provided rubric to make sure you have included the required content in each paragraph.
Asks a research question or states a hypothesis or hypotheses
Identifies a research population
Describes a specific research method
Tests or measures something
Includes a section called “method” or “methodology.” This may only appear in the article, not the abstract.
Includes a section called “results.”
Words to look for as clues include: analysis, study, investigation, examination, experiment, numbers of people or objects analyzed, content analysis, or surveys.
Article summaries: primary source and properly citing in APA style.
Length: 1 page
Line spacing: Single space
Font size: 12 font
Margins: Use standard margins (1 inch)
Point New Roman Font
at the bottom of the page (using APA 7th edition formatting)

 

 

Neurotransmitter:This type of paper should be formatted as described here and co

Neurotransmitter:This type of paper should be formatted as described here and consist of two paragraphs. The first paragraph will be your will summary of the article itself, and the second will be your opinion and analysis of the article. Use the provided rubric to make sure you have included the required content in each paragraph.
Asks a research question or states a hypothesis or hypotheses
Identifies a research population
Describes a specific research method
Tests or measures something
Includes a section called “method” or “methodology.” This may only appear in the article, not the abstract.
Includes a section called “results.”
Words to look for as clues include: analysis, study, investigation, examination, experiment, numbers of people or objects analyzed, content analysis, or surveys.
Article summaries: primary source and properly citing in APA style.
Length: 1 page
Line spacing: Single space
Font size: 12 font
Margins: Use standard margins (1 inch)
Point New Roman Font
at the bottom of the page (using APA 7th edition formatting)

 

 

“RESEARCH STUDY ANALYSIS” Choose one of the articles below to analyze. Based on

“RESEARCH STUDY ANALYSIS”
Choose one of the articles below to analyze. Based on all you have learned throughout this course identify and critique the research design, sampling technique, threats to validity, measurements, and ethical issues in your chosen study.
Jewell, J. D., & Stark, K. D. (2003). Comparing the family environments of adolescents with conduct disorder or depression. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 12(1), 77-89.
Read here: Jewell_2003(1).pdf Jewell_2003(1).pdf – Alternative Formats
Lee, J. D., Nunes, E. V., Bailey, G. L., Brigham, G. S., Cohen, A. J., Fishman, M., … & May, J. (2016). NIDA Clinical Trials Network CTN-0051, extended-release naltrexone vs. buprenorphine for opioid treatment (X: BOT): study design and rationale. Contemporary Clinical Trials, 50, 253-264.
Read here: Lee_2016(1).pdf Lee_2016(1).pdf – Alternative Formats
McLoyd, V. C., & Smith, J. (2002). Physical discipline and behavior problems in African American, European American, and Hispanic children: Emotional support as a moderator. Journal of Marriage and Family, 64(1), 40-53.
Read here: McLoyd_2002(1).pdf McLoyd_2002(1).pdf – Alternative Formats
Mason, M. J., Brown, A., & Moore, M. (2019). The accuracy of young adult cannabis users’ perceptions of friends’ cannabis and alcohol use. Addictive Behaviors, 95, 28-34.
Read here: Mason_2019.pdf Mason_2019.pdf – Alternative Formats

 

 

“RESEARCH STUDY ANALYSIS” Choose one of the articles below to analyze. Based on

“RESEARCH STUDY ANALYSIS”
Choose one of the articles below to analyze. Based on all you have learned throughout this course identify and critique the research design, sampling technique, threats to validity, measurements, and ethical issues in your chosen study.
Jewell, J. D., & Stark, K. D. (2003). Comparing the family environments of adolescents with conduct disorder or depression. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 12(1), 77-89.
Read here: Jewell_2003(1).pdf Jewell_2003(1).pdf – Alternative Formats
Lee, J. D., Nunes, E. V., Bailey, G. L., Brigham, G. S., Cohen, A. J., Fishman, M., … & May, J. (2016). NIDA Clinical Trials Network CTN-0051, extended-release naltrexone vs. buprenorphine for opioid treatment (X: BOT): study design and rationale. Contemporary Clinical Trials, 50, 253-264.
Read here: Lee_2016(1).pdf Lee_2016(1).pdf – Alternative Formats
McLoyd, V. C., & Smith, J. (2002). Physical discipline and behavior problems in African American, European American, and Hispanic children: Emotional support as a moderator. Journal of Marriage and Family, 64(1), 40-53.
Read here: McLoyd_2002(1).pdf McLoyd_2002(1).pdf – Alternative Formats
Mason, M. J., Brown, A., & Moore, M. (2019). The accuracy of young adult cannabis users’ perceptions of friends’ cannabis and alcohol use. Addictive Behaviors, 95, 28-34.
Read here: Mason_2019.pdf Mason_2019.pdf – Alternative Formats

 

 

“RESEARCH STUDY ANALYSIS” Choose one of the articles below to analyze. Based on

“RESEARCH STUDY ANALYSIS”
Choose one of the articles below to analyze. Based on all you have learned throughout this course identify and critique the research design, sampling technique, threats to validity, measurements, and ethical issues in your chosen study.
Jewell, J. D., & Stark, K. D. (2003). Comparing the family environments of adolescents with conduct disorder or depression. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 12(1), 77-89.
Read here: Jewell_2003(1).pdf Jewell_2003(1).pdf – Alternative Formats
Lee, J. D., Nunes, E. V., Bailey, G. L., Brigham, G. S., Cohen, A. J., Fishman, M., … & May, J. (2016). NIDA Clinical Trials Network CTN-0051, extended-release naltrexone vs. buprenorphine for opioid treatment (X: BOT): study design and rationale. Contemporary Clinical Trials, 50, 253-264.
Read here: Lee_2016(1).pdf Lee_2016(1).pdf – Alternative Formats
McLoyd, V. C., & Smith, J. (2002). Physical discipline and behavior problems in African American, European American, and Hispanic children: Emotional support as a moderator. Journal of Marriage and Family, 64(1), 40-53.
Read here: McLoyd_2002(1).pdf McLoyd_2002(1).pdf – Alternative Formats
Mason, M. J., Brown, A., & Moore, M. (2019). The accuracy of young adult cannabis users’ perceptions of friends’ cannabis and alcohol use. Addictive Behaviors, 95, 28-34.
Read here: Mason_2019.pdf Mason_2019.pdf – Alternative Formats

 

 

“RESEARCH STUDY ANALYSIS” Choose one of the articles below to analyze. Based on

“RESEARCH STUDY ANALYSIS”
Choose one of the articles below to analyze. Based on all you have learned throughout this course identify and critique the research design, sampling technique, threats to validity, measurements, and ethical issues in your chosen study.
Jewell, J. D., & Stark, K. D. (2003). Comparing the family environments of adolescents with conduct disorder or depression. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 12(1), 77-89.
Read here: Jewell_2003(1).pdf Jewell_2003(1).pdf – Alternative Formats
Lee, J. D., Nunes, E. V., Bailey, G. L., Brigham, G. S., Cohen, A. J., Fishman, M., … & May, J. (2016). NIDA Clinical Trials Network CTN-0051, extended-release naltrexone vs. buprenorphine for opioid treatment (X: BOT): study design and rationale. Contemporary Clinical Trials, 50, 253-264.
Read here: Lee_2016(1).pdf Lee_2016(1).pdf – Alternative Formats
McLoyd, V. C., & Smith, J. (2002). Physical discipline and behavior problems in African American, European American, and Hispanic children: Emotional support as a moderator. Journal of Marriage and Family, 64(1), 40-53.
Read here: McLoyd_2002(1).pdf McLoyd_2002(1).pdf – Alternative Formats
Mason, M. J., Brown, A., & Moore, M. (2019). The accuracy of young adult cannabis users’ perceptions of friends’ cannabis and alcohol use. Addictive Behaviors, 95, 28-34.
Read here: Mason_2019.pdf Mason_2019.pdf – Alternative Formats

 

 

“RESEARCH STUDY ANALYSIS” Choose one of the articles below to analyze. Based on

“RESEARCH STUDY ANALYSIS”
Choose one of the articles below to analyze. Based on all you have learned throughout this course identify and critique the research design, sampling technique, threats to validity, measurements, and ethical issues in your chosen study.
Jewell, J. D., & Stark, K. D. (2003). Comparing the family environments of adolescents with conduct disorder or depression. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 12(1), 77-89.
Read here: Jewell_2003(1).pdf Jewell_2003(1).pdf – Alternative Formats
Lee, J. D., Nunes, E. V., Bailey, G. L., Brigham, G. S., Cohen, A. J., Fishman, M., … & May, J. (2016). NIDA Clinical Trials Network CTN-0051, extended-release naltrexone vs. buprenorphine for opioid treatment (X: BOT): study design and rationale. Contemporary Clinical Trials, 50, 253-264.
Read here: Lee_2016(1).pdf Lee_2016(1).pdf – Alternative Formats
McLoyd, V. C., & Smith, J. (2002). Physical discipline and behavior problems in African American, European American, and Hispanic children: Emotional support as a moderator. Journal of Marriage and Family, 64(1), 40-53.
Read here: McLoyd_2002(1).pdf McLoyd_2002(1).pdf – Alternative Formats
Mason, M. J., Brown, A., & Moore, M. (2019). The accuracy of young adult cannabis users’ perceptions of friends’ cannabis and alcohol use. Addictive Behaviors, 95, 28-34.
Read here: Mason_2019.pdf Mason_2019.pdf – Alternative Formats

 

 

Consider the following scenario, in which you presume the role of a clinician: Y

Consider the following scenario, in which you presume the role of a clinician: You have recently met with Johnny and his family. Johnny is 7 years old and in the first grade. He has trouble sitting still, often loses things, will climb under and over the classroom desks, and will leap out of line in the hallways. He has an affinity for math, but he makes careless mistakes on previously mastered concepts. Other children in the classroom have complained about Johnny being too bossy or loud and tend to avoid sitting next to him or inviting him to play.
Your evaluation has determined that Johnny meets the criteria for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Johnny’s parents are coming to your office tomorrow to discuss the results of your evaluation.
Prepare a written report of what you will tell Johnny’s parents about attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Be sure to cover the symptoms that Johnny meets from the DSM-5 Checklist.
Discuss symptoms of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder in light of normal development in the following domains: language, cognition, emotion, and social. In other words, what is noticeably different in children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder versus what you might see in their same-age peers? Speak briefly to the controversy regarding these differences.
Summarize the research evidence on the effectiveness of different approaches to treatment, based on your textbook reading and at least one peer-reviewed journal article. Include your final treatment recommendation to Johnny’s parents.
Consider how you might answer if the parents ask, “How did our child end up with this disorder? What did we do wrong? Is there any hope for him?”
To close your paper, based on what you have reviewed in your textbook as a whole regarding disorders in childhood, make a comment about how you could be an advocate for social change for children struggling with these disorders.
Sources:
Comer, R. J., & Comer, J. S. (2019). Fundamentals of abnormal psychology (9th ed.). Worth. (Chapter 14 & 15)
National Institute of Mental Health. (2016). Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Retrieved from http://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/topics/attention-deficit-hyperactivity-disorder-adhd/index.shtml
King, W. (Producer). (2005). ADHD: What it is, what it isn’t [Video file]. Retrieved from http://search.alexanderstreet.com.ezp.waldenulibrary.org/ctiv/view/work/1779118

 

 

Consider the following scenario, in which you presume the role of a clinician: Y

Consider the following scenario, in which you presume the role of a clinician: You have recently met with Johnny and his family. Johnny is 7 years old and in the first grade. He has trouble sitting still, often loses things, will climb under and over the classroom desks, and will leap out of line in the hallways. He has an affinity for math, but he makes careless mistakes on previously mastered concepts. Other children in the classroom have complained about Johnny being too bossy or loud and tend to avoid sitting next to him or inviting him to play.
Your evaluation has determined that Johnny meets the criteria for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Johnny’s parents are coming to your office tomorrow to discuss the results of your evaluation.
Prepare a written report of what you will tell Johnny’s parents about attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Be sure to cover the symptoms that Johnny meets from the DSM-5 Checklist.
Discuss symptoms of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder in light of normal development in the following domains: language, cognition, emotion, and social. In other words, what is noticeably different in children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder versus what you might see in their same-age peers? Speak briefly to the controversy regarding these differences.
Summarize the research evidence on the effectiveness of different approaches to treatment, based on your textbook reading and at least one peer-reviewed journal article. Include your final treatment recommendation to Johnny’s parents.
Consider how you might answer if the parents ask, “How did our child end up with this disorder? What did we do wrong? Is there any hope for him?”
To close your paper, based on what you have reviewed in your textbook as a whole regarding disorders in childhood, make a comment about how you could be an advocate for social change for children struggling with these disorders.
Sources:
Comer, R. J., & Comer, J. S. (2019). Fundamentals of abnormal psychology (9th ed.). Worth. (Chapter 14 & 15)
National Institute of Mental Health. (2016). Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Retrieved from http://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/topics/attention-deficit-hyperactivity-disorder-adhd/index.shtml
King, W. (Producer). (2005). ADHD: What it is, what it isn’t [Video file]. Retrieved from http://search.alexanderstreet.com.ezp.waldenulibrary.org/ctiv/view/work/1779118

 

 

Consider the following scenario, in which you presume the role of a clinician: Y

Consider the following scenario, in which you presume the role of a clinician: You have recently met with Johnny and his family. Johnny is 7 years old and in the first grade. He has trouble sitting still, often loses things, will climb under and over the classroom desks, and will leap out of line in the hallways. He has an affinity for math, but he makes careless mistakes on previously mastered concepts. Other children in the classroom have complained about Johnny being too bossy or loud and tend to avoid sitting next to him or inviting him to play.
Your evaluation has determined that Johnny meets the criteria for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Johnny’s parents are coming to your office tomorrow to discuss the results of your evaluation.
Prepare a written report of what you will tell Johnny’s parents about attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Be sure to cover the symptoms that Johnny meets from the DSM-5 Checklist.
Discuss symptoms of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder in light of normal development in the following domains: language, cognition, emotion, and social. In other words, what is noticeably different in children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder versus what you might see in their same-age peers? Speak briefly to the controversy regarding these differences.
Summarize the research evidence on the effectiveness of different approaches to treatment, based on your textbook reading and at least one peer-reviewed journal article. Include your final treatment recommendation to Johnny’s parents.
Consider how you might answer if the parents ask, “How did our child end up with this disorder? What did we do wrong? Is there any hope for him?”
To close your paper, based on what you have reviewed in your textbook as a whole regarding disorders in childhood, make a comment about how you could be an advocate for social change for children struggling with these disorders.
Sources:
Comer, R. J., & Comer, J. S. (2019). Fundamentals of abnormal psychology (9th ed.). Worth. (Chapter 14 & 15)
National Institute of Mental Health. (2016). Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Retrieved from http://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/topics/attention-deficit-hyperactivity-disorder-adhd/index.shtml
King, W. (Producer). (2005). ADHD: What it is, what it isn’t [Video file]. Retrieved from http://search.alexanderstreet.com.ezp.waldenulibrary.org/ctiv/view/work/1779118