Behavior Modification Plan -Essay

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Behavior Modification Plan Paper

Format: Title page, Reference page, Double spaced, 4-6 pages in length, 12-point, 1-inch margins, Times New Roman font, and APA style (APA Manual, 6th edition).
Assignment Description: Utilize ?Steps of Behavior Change? on pages 105-112 of our Behavior Modification textbook. Use the five steps as an outline of the behavior plan. Each step should be underlined or put in bold font with a written summary following. Choose ONE of the three case studies below for which to create a behavior plan.
Your plan MUST include:
? 1 behavior to increase and the modes of reinforcement (pgs 13-64),
? 1 behavior to decrease and the mode of punishment (pgs 86-101), as well as at least
? 1 new behavior to learn and how you would model/teach the new behavior (pgs 65-85).
Make sure that you use reinforcers that are appropriate for the age/cognitive level of the case you are working. Be creative!
You should also include graphs to show baseline data and post-plan data and a contingency contract (these are attachments and do not count towards page total). Any graphs and the contingency contract should be explained and referenced within the content of your paper.


Data Analysis and Interpretation Presentation-Essay

using the article uploaded, please prepare 4 slides about the advantages and drawbacks associated with the statistical significance research method. Write speaker notes to elaborate.


Social media and evaluation frameworks and models-Research paper

Write a paper which offers a social media strategy for a specific social enterprise. The social media strategy should be tailored to the needs and requirements of the social enterprise.

One way of structuring the paper is as follows:
• Structured abstract
o Objective
o Methods
o Results
o Conclusions
• Introduction
o Purpose of the paper
o Structure of the paper
o (Research methodology)
• Background to the Social Enterprise/Charity
o Nature of the organisation
o Problems and challenges of the organisation
o The objectives of the social media strategy
o The budget available (if any)
o The constraints the social enterprise has to work within (eg. level of inhouse expertise)
• Literature Review
o Case studies of social media being used for social/environmental causes
o Relevant social media theoretical frameworks and models
o Relevant evaluation frameworks and models
o Other relevant theories
• Analysis
o Decide which frameworks and/or models will be used
o Apply the frameworks/models to the social enterprise in order to develop the social media strategy
• The social media strategy
o The aims and objectives
o The target audience
o The specific social media channels to be used
o The nature of the proposed activity
o The online/software tools which should be used
o The means by which the success of the social media strategy will be evaluated
• Conclusions
o Summary of the strategy and its likely overall effectiveness
o Likely implications for the social enterprise
• Recommendations
o Recommendations for the social enterprise
o Recommendations for further research in this area


Create and Analyze a Self-designed Fictitious Study -Essay

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Create and Analyze a Self-designed Fictitious Study
undertake an analysis based on a self-designed fictitious study that utilizes statistical methodologies. You will first develop a fictitious problem to examine – it can be anything. For example, maybe you want to look at whether scores on a standardized college placement test (like the SAT) are related to the level of income a person makes 10 years after college; Or, whether those who participate in a Leadership Training program rated as better managers compared to those who do not; Or, whether ones political affiliation is related to gender. These are just a few examples; be creative and think about what piques your interest. You might also address a problem that you may want to look at in future research for a dissertation. You will use either EXCEL or SPSS to conduct the analysis.

Your analysis report should include the following components:
1. Describe your research study.
2. State a hypothesis.
3. List and explain the variables you would collect in this study. There must be a minimum of three variables and two must meet the assumptions for a correlational analysis.
4. Create a fictitious data set that you will analyze. The data should have a minimum of 30 cases, but not more than 50 cases.
5. Conduct a descriptive data analysis that includes the following:

a) a measure of central tendency

b) a measure of dispersion

c) at least one graph

6. Briefly interpret the descriptive data analysis.
7. Conduct the appropriate statistical test that will answer your hypothesis. It must be a statistical test covered in this course such as regression analysis, single t-test, independent t-test, cross-tabulations, Chi-square, or One-Way ANOVA. Explain your justification for using the test based on the type of data and the level of measurement that the data lends to for the statistical analysis.
8. Report and interpret your findings. Use APA style and include a statement about whether you reject or fail to reject the null hypothesis.
9. Copy and paste your Excel or SPSS data output and place it in an appendix.


CO2: the main driver of global warming? Discuss various issues relevant to our environmental theme – essay

Requirement for argument essay:
Now that we have read and discussed various issues relevant to our environmental theme, you should be ready to write a paper in which your goal is to present a researched and mediated position. In this paper, your task is to write an argumentative paper in which you will research various perspective on an issue of your choice (it should be “environmental” in some way, related to something we have read or discussed in class), and then draw conclusions based on your research. This assignment is not simply a report; you must make a claim and support it, taking into consideration various points of view.

While the position you take on whatever issue you choose to write about will be your opinion, you must sufficiently argue that point of view. It is not of issue to me whether I think you are right or not, instead I will assess how skillfully you argue using a variety of sources. You should also address any possible refutations, giving “the other side of the argument” due consideration.

Note: Even though this is the longest paper of the semester, you’ll need to narrow your focus. Even in a 5-page paper, you simply can’t address a large, complex topic. (Global Warming, for example, is probably too large a thing to tackle in a handful of pages.) Remember, the smaller your focus, the more in depth you can be.

You must use at least five sources for your essay. These sources can be from American Earth or elsewhere. You are permitted to use visual sources (advertisements, etc., but if you choose to do this, you should still have at least four written sources.) If you use sources on the Internet or from texts we have not read, you must attach a photocopy of these materials to your essay (if the source is long, just photocopy the first page). You may not use a paper or portion of a paper that you have written for another course.

Additionally, you will be required to give a 8-10 minute individual presentation about your paper.

Planning and Drafting

When picking a topic to write about, think of what has interested you most throughout the semester. If there was a particularly reading or discussion we had, go from there and explore a certain issue further. Here are some examples of sufficiently narrow topics to get you thinking:

–The morality of ecotage or direct environmental action
–An argument for or against the right to patent life (think Monsanto seed patents as mentioned in Food Inc.)
–The government’s role in conservation (think Abbey’s ideas on National Parks)

This assignment, more than any other this semester, requires careful planning. To a large extent, the success of your paper will depend on how thoroughly and diligently you carry out the writing process. Below are some suggestions for getting started.

1. Restrict your topic to an area of the subject that you can handle in a short paper. State your topic in the form of a question and then decide whether or not you can answer it within the limited scope of your paper. If you tightly restrict your topic, you’ll find that you can construct a much more complete and satisfying paper.

2. Once you’ve focused your topic, collect your evidence from readings in our class and possible other sources, and formulate a preliminary thesis. As you write your draft or outline, test your thesis and, if necessary, modify it as you go.
As you can see, you need to complete several preliminary steps before you begin writing in earnest. Between composing your rough draft and your final paper, you’ll need to keep several additional things in mind.

1. Consider your readers. How much do your readers know about your topic? Are they interested in it? Do they have strong opinions about it? Do not assume that your readers have read the sources you have read.

2. Keep in mind your purpose (e.g., to persuade your readers to accept your position and perhaps to act on it).

3. Interweave your sources into your paper to substantiate your thesis. Be careful not to rely exclusively on one source. Verify the accuracy of your information and quotations. Miscues can undermine the credibility of your thesis.

In documenting your sources use the MLA format.

Be careful not to plagiarize. If you use exact words from a source, be sure to use quotation marks, in-text citations, and a Works Cited page. Also, check to see that you haven’t used too many quotations in the paper; paraphrase or summarize the information instead. If you are paraphrasing, you must cite this as well. Remember plagiarizing does not just mean using a direct quote with quotations or citations, you can plagiarize an idea.
Evaluation Criteria

Since this is your last out-of-class essay (except for the revision/reflection paper for the portfolio), you will want to demonstrate that you can employ the strategies and techniques we’ve talked about in the course. Some of them are listed below:

• a focused topic with a thesis that goes beyond the points made in the essays we read
• relevant, concrete details that support your thesis
• a logical pattern of organization; transitions form one idea to the next that guide your reader through your material; unified
• paragraphs, language and tone adapted to your subject, purpose, and audience.
• a variety of sentence types (not short, choppy sentences)
• accurate, well-documented use of sources (including paraphrasing and quoting)
• few or no errors in correctness that distract the reader

Revise one of your earlier assignments (1-5).As you think about which piece to revise, choose one that 1) allows you to focus on writing and 2) you can easily see ways of improving.

Important: Revision here means more than editing; it means, “re-seeing” the subject. You should include additional material, delete parts that don’t work, reorganize the piece, refine your opening and closing, improve your title, etc.—in other words, you need to do a significant amount of rewriting.

Planning and Drafting
As you begin, look over earlier drafts of your chosen piece (and any accompanying process materials) as well as feedback you received (both from peers and instructor), asking yourself the following questions:
• Which areas need the most improvement?
• Where have I changed my mind about anything I wrote earlier, and how can I incorporate that changed thinking?
• Where can I offer additional development or clarification?
• What doesn’t seem to belong?
• Can I see a better way to arrange the ideas in my new version?
• What other issues do I need to address to make this piece more effective?

The piece you submit here should clearly be more successful in achieving its purpose and reaching its intended audience than the earlier version.

With your new-and-improved draft, include any new process materials you generate during revision. I will reference your original graded paper and my comments when evaluating your revision.
Teacher’s suggestion:

What I found most interesting about your paper is the reason why CO2 is peddled as the main, if not sole agent in climate change. It makes it easy to dismiss the science as incomplete, though there is general consensus. Some places in your paper still feel a bit unorganibased on what you know about Hamlet, discuss 4 realities of modern American life that would deeply depress him/ drive him which, Act and Scene it would relate to. examples: entertainment now in days..what would he think of Jersey Shore or even Britney Spears? Etc

If you have any questinon please feel free to contact me.

Research paper about Whahington Trust Bancorp

This is a research paper about Whahington Trust Bancorp. I uploaded
the assignment; please make sure you answer all the details she is
asking for. If you follow what the professor is asking for it should
be an (A+++) paper.
Most of the information you need you will find it in this web site…… If you think you need to use more than one source
that’s fine.
The professor wants ratio evaluations as to why there is a difference
in ratios between the bank and its peer group. It is important to
focus on the risk associated with bank management and write about what
the ratios signify. When evaluating ratios you should also explain the
ROA and ROE.

The effects of Hurricane Sandy-Essay

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Please describe the effects of hurricane sandy. Not the actual hurricne but what it has done to impact people in the northeastern part of the united states.

what are the policies and procedures of micro finance/micro credit banks and are they effective-Research paper

: Research Proposal Academic Level:Undergraduate

Order Instructions:
format for research proposal
contents of the research proposal
research statement/problem
literature review
imp definitions/concepts
theoretical framework
methods and methodology/justification
limitation of research

i will provide the literature reviews. and the writer needs to call me so i can further explain the details.