02 Feb For this assignment , my week 3 assignment is needed to create a plater. Wk5 instructions attached Poster guidelines link : https://content.bridgepointeducation.com
For this assignment , my week 3 assignment is needed to create a plater.
Wk5 instructions attached
Poster guidelines link : https://content.bridgepointeducation.com/curriculum/file/facebe70-73ce-454f-b319-b775eb610134/1/PSY699%20Poster%20Submission%20Guidelines.pdf
Poster guidelines attached
Wk3 information for poster attached
additional info + poster example attached
This is a graded discussion: 10 points possible
due Feb 2 at 1:59am
Week 5 – Interactive Assignment 11
Your initial discussion thread is due on Day 3 (Thursday) and you have until Day 7 (Monday) to respond to your
classmates. Your grade will reflect both the quality of your initial post and the depth of your responses. Refer to
the Discussion Forum Grading Rubric under the Settings icon above for guidance on how your discussion will
Virtual Poster Conference
Poster presentations at conferences are effective methods of communicating research findings. The discussion of the research being presented is a key element in poster conferences. During professional conferences, poster presenters speak with other psychology professionals providing insights into the information offered within the poster as well as explaining key elements of the research findings. See the PSY699 Poster submission guidelines (https://content.bridgepointeducation.com/curriculum/file/facebe70-73ce-454f-b319- b775eb610134/1/PSY699%20Poster%20Submission%20Guidelines.pdf) for templates and guidelines to aid in the creation of your poster.
For this week’s discussion, you will be submitting a link to your Folio account where your colleagues will find your poster presentation along with a brief detailed explanation of the materials included in it. Poster presentations are typically informal affairs with limited time for presenters to provide extra information. In keeping with this, your explanations of the materials will be limited to specific parameters. To explain the research presented in your poster, you will be creating a 3- to 5-minute screencast video. You may use any screencast software to create this video. (For further assistance with specific free-use screencast software please see the Quick-Start Guide for Screencast-O-Matic (https://content.bridgepointeducation.com/curriculum/file/a33dfc76-87aa-47a1-83b5- f93a83f38071/1/Screencastomatic_Quick-Start_Guide.pdf) ) Within the screencast video, you will create a voice over that will point out unusual, unique, and important aspects of the
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research presented in the poster. Be certain to visually indicate the specific sections or headers where the elements are located to guide your viewers through the materials. The link to the screencast will be attached to the poster page within your Folio project so that your colleagues may interact with your insights into the materials.
Include the link to your Folio project with your completed poster and screencast link in your initial post prior to Day 3.
Note to Students: This assignment requires that you produce a visual presentation, supply a spoken audio narrative, and to listen the audio narrative of others. Note you are also asked to provide a transcript of your presentation. If you have a documented disability accommodation that might interfere with your ability to complete this assignment you may contact your instructor to develop a comparable alternative assignment. If you have other issues that you feel may be a barrier to your ability to complete this course or this assignment please contact the Office of Access and Wellness at: [email protected] (mailto:[email protected]) .
Guided Response: Review several of your colleagues’ posts and respond to at least two of your peers by 11:59 p.m. on Day 7 of the week. You are encouraged to post your required replies earlier in the week to promote more meaningful interactive discourse in this discussion.
After reviewing your colleague’s poster and accompanying video, what are your initial impressions of the research conducted? Were you surprised by the research and/or its components? Was the research conducted in a manner appropriate to the study undertaken? What ideas for further research on this topic might you offer to your colleague? Are there specific aspects of the research that you find questionable? If so, what are they, and how might you respectfully suggest you colleague address these issues? Evaluate the impact participating in this virtual conference presentation may have on your future work settings and/or doctoral program and comment on the following questions.
How was this virtual conference professionally relevant? What elements of the process were most difficult for you, and why? What potential positive outcomes do you anticipate coming out of this process that could potentially be applied to your work or further education?
Continue to monitor the discussion forum until 5:00 p.m. Mountain Standard Time (MST)
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on Day 7 of the week and respond to anyone who replies to your initial post.
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(https://uagc.instructure.com/courses/126929/users/194962)Megan Arteaga (https://uagc.instructure.com/courses/126929/users/194962) Yesterday
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I'm sorry, but I'm having some technical issues. The transcript used for my video is on top, and the video presentation is on the bottom.
(https://uagc.instructure.com/courses/126929/users/266156)Adam Henning (https://uagc.instructure.com/courses/126929/users/266156) 10:50am
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Hello Classmates and Dr. Hoke,
I had great difficulty trying to access folio yesterday and today as well due to technical issues on the websites part. Hopefully the way I am presenting this assignment will be suitable.
Transcript-what are the potential benifits of knowing the differences between schizoaffective disorder and schizophrenia?'.pdf (https://uagc.instructure.com/users/266156/files/21141035? wrap=1&verifier=JLEJtHBQmBuhBlvKkd8Qf96F8XzL3MaYR652uoZK) (https://uagc.instructure.com/users/266156/files/21141035/download? verifier=JLEJtHBQmBuhBlvKkd8Qf96F8XzL3MaYR652uoZK&download_frd=1)
(https://uagc.instructure.com/courses/126929/users/329250)Rachael Herman (she/her/hers) (https://uagc.instructure.com/courses/126929/users/329250) 11:16am
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Here is my transcript, along with my power point that has recorded audio within.
Accessibility The accessibility of art is that anyone can make art, any time, anywhere. The limits are ones own imagination. Within some communities there can be little access to healthcare. Due to location or lack of funding there can be places that do not offer therapy to the people who live there. Art therapy is a way to bring therapy to those of whom who may not have access to therapy. This can be key in ensuring that those who need it find care. Art therapy can be remote, can be done independently, and
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who need it find care. Art therapy can be remote, can be done independently, and can have lasting effects. Where one community may not have a therapists office, but they may have a community of creators who are happy to be supportive. Sometimes we just need to not feel alone. Self Exploration With art therapy one can create something new. Art can be made in so many different ways, insulations, paintings, sculpting, and dance are some of the ways that art can be expressed. Making art can be therapeutic and allow the person to express and work through things that maybe they did not have the words for. It can aid in boosting self esteem and confidence. Art bring folks together forming a community of like minded individuals who can help support and encourage one another in their chosen medium. This can foster a social identity and bring in a feeling of belongingness. It also can help with self awareness and self discovery to understand more of who we are as individuals and what we want out of situations that we encounter. Healing Art therapy can healing and a way for those of whom who need it to work through their trauma and express themselves. It has been shown that art therapy can work as pain management, help reduce stress levels, and even help with developing of motor skills. Art can help forge new pathways in the brain improving memory and cognition. They can work through difficult situations with their art finding new ways to express themselves and understand what is bothering them. The physical representation of their experiences can help with feelings of needing to be seen, heard, and understood. Offering new ways to find support and to be supportive of others.
Thank you for your time,
(https://uagc.instructure.com/courses/126929/users/329250)Rachael Herman (she/her/hers) (https://uagc.instructure.com/courses/126929/users/329250)
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Here is the voice audio if needed
(https://uagc.instructure.com/courses/126929/users/2031)Mary Hoke (https://uagc.instructure.com/courses/126929/users/2031) 2:18pm
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Hi Rachael –
Very good work on the Interactive Assignment! This is an area that has received significant focus and research. Would you consider making a presentation in the future to a professional group…I think it would be of interest.
(https://uagc.instructure.com/courses/126929/users/302694)Yolanda Dorsey (https://uagc.instructure.com/courses/126929/users/302694) 4:16pm
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The Efficacy of Art Therapy in Treating Depression and Anxiety in Adolescents
The study entails a study on art therapy as an intervention medium for such young adults dealing with depression and anxiety. Expressive therapy, in part, is referred to as art therapy, which has received proper attention over this kind of relief for the achievement of the best mental health conditions among teenagers living with these issues. Using a mixed-methods approach, this research also includes quantitative and qualitative approaches to consider art therapy from a wholesome perspective. The preliminary results also recommend positive accomplishments and refer to the possible benefit of art therapy as one good treatment instrument set to deal with the psychological concerns of adolescents (Wang & Xiao, 2021). The approach, which is rooted in creative expression among participants, not only offers a stage to unburden feelings. It also helps develop an outlined interpretation of the indirect manners through art therapy toward the mental state of developmental youth. However, further investigation and verification of these results might affect the conformity of art therapy to the main cognitive techniques for this highly susceptible population group.
Adolescence, a pivotal developmental phase, often witnesses heightened susceptibility to mental health concerns like depression and anxiety. The study explores the potential of art therapy in alleviating symptoms and nurturing emotional well-being among adolescents. Art therapy, employing creative methods to encourage self-expression and contemplation, emerges as a promising intervention. The exploration of its efficacy could unveil valuable insights into addressing the unique challenges faced by this demographic. This therapeutic approach may prove instrumental in promoting mental health by allowing adolescents to communicate their emotions through artistic channels (Harpazi et al., 2020). The study aspires to contribute to the broader understanding of effective interventions for adolescent mental well-being, acknowledging the significance of tailored approaches during this critical life stage.
METHODS AND MATERIALS
In the study, a diverse group of adolescents aged 13 to 18, diagnosed with varying degrees of depression and anxiety, participated. The research utilized a quasi-
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degrees of depression and anxiety, participated. The research utilized a quasi- experimental design, randomly assigning participants to either an art therapy intervention group or a control group receiving traditional therapeutic methods. The art therapy sessions involved guided art activities specifically designed to promote emotional expression and exploration. The approach aimed to assess the effect of art treatment on adolescents dealing with depression and anxiety (Belski et al., 2022). The study's design allows for a comparative analysis between the art therapy intervention and traditional therapeutic methods. It provides valuable insights into the efficacy of creative interventions in addressing mental health challenges among adolescents.
The quantitative data analysis conducted on the study's participants highlighted noteworthy enhancements in self-reported measures of depression and anxiety symptoms within the art therapy process, as opposed to the chosen participants. Statistical significance underscores the reliability of these improvements. Moreover, a qualitative exploration of participants' reflections and artwork shed light on a favorable influence on emotional expression and coping mechanisms. The dual approach, combining quantitative and qualitative methods, strengthens the overall findings. The art therapy group's positive outcomes suggest that engaging in artistic activities can contribute meaningfully to mental well-being. The study's implications extend beyond numbers, emphasizing the profound impact of art therapy on individuals' emotional experiences and coping strategies. These results encourage further exploration of the therapeutic potential embedded in creative interventions for mental health.
The study's positive consequences underscore the likelihood of art therapy as a valued tool in aiding adolescents grappling with depression and anxiety. The distinctive benefits stem from the creative and non-verbal aspects inherent in art therapy, offering an unconventional channel for self-expression. The mode enables individuals to navigate and comprehend intricate emotions that might be arduous to convey verbally. The findings advocate for the incorporation of art therapy within mental health interventions tailored for adolescents. The approach acknowledges the nuanced needs of this demographic and underscores the significance of diverse therapeutic methods. Integrating art therapy into existing frameworks could enhance
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The Efficacy of Art Therapy in Treating Depression and Anxiety Week 5 PSY 699.pptx
therapeutic methods. Integrating art therapy into existing frameworks could enhance the overall efficacy of interventions. The aim is to address the emotional challenges prevalent in adolescents dealing with depression and anxiety.
The study provides evidence supporting the efficacy of art therapy as a valuable and innovative approach to treating depression and anxiety in adolescents. The combination of quantitative and qualitative data contributes to a comprehensive understanding of the positive impact of art therapy on emotional well-being. Further research and larger-scale training are recommended to validate the findings and promote the integration of art therapy into mainstream mental health interventions for adolescents.
Harpazi, S., Regev, D., Snir, S., & Raubach-Kaspy, R. (2020). Perceptions of art therapy in adolescent clients treated within the school system. Frontiers in Psychology, 11, 518304.
Wang, C., & Xiao, R. (2021). Music and art therapy combined with cognitive behavioral therapy to treat adolescent anorexia patients. American Journal of Translational Research, 13(6), 6534.
Belski, N., Abdul-Rahman, Z., Youn, E., Balasundaram, V., & Diep, D. (2022). The effectiveness of musical therapy in improving depression and anxiety symptoms among children and adolescents–a systematic review. Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 27(4), 369-377.
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(https://uagc.instructure.com/courses/126929/users/37852)Madinah Montgomery (https://uagc.instructure.com/courses/126929/users/37852) 5:42pm
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Understanding the psychological consequences and trauma-informed Art theraphy approach
Childhood Trauma is a significant public health concern with far-reaching effects on adult mental health. This study investigates the long-term consequences of childhood trauma and explores potential interventions to mitigate its impact.
The correlation between childhood trauma and adult mental health The study revealed a significant correlation between experiences of trauma and adverse adult mental health outcomes including higher rates of depression anxiety and post- traumatic stress symptoms.
childhood trauma, including abuse, neglect, and household dysfunction, can have profound and lasting effects on an individual's mental health and well-being. this poster aims to explore the various ways in which childhood trauma can impact adult mental health drawing on psychological research and theories.
childhood trauma encompassing experiences such as abuse neglect and family dysfunction has profound and enduring effects on individuals as they transition into adulthood.
Research findings are summarized from recent psychological studies and meta-
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analyses that examine the link between childhood trauma and adult mental health outcomes. an overview of evidence-based intervention strategies aimed at addressing the psychological impact of childhood trauma such as trauma-focused therapy cognitive behavioral interventions and mindfulness-based approaches.
Visual Elements Methodology Participants: A diverse sample of adults Measures: Established scales for trauma exposure, mental health symptoms, and resilience factors Analysis: Correlation and regression analysis to assess the association between childhood trauma and adult mental health.
To examine the relationship between childhood trauma and adult mental health outcomes, identifying underlying mechanisms and potential interventions
The study provided robust evidence of a significant association between childhood trauma and adverse mental health outcomes in adulthood including increased rates of psychological distress, mood disorders and trauma-related symptoms.
Cai, J., Li, J., Liu, D., Gao, S., Zhao, Y., Zhang, J., & Liu, Q. (2023). Long-term effects of childhood trauma subtypes on adult brain function. Brain & Behavior, 13(5), 1–9. https://doi.org/10.1002/brb3.2981
Yao, K., Chen, P., Zhou, H., Ruan, J., Chen, D., Yang, X., & Zhou, Y. (2023). The effect of childhood trauma on suicide risk: the chain mediating effects of resilience and mental distress. BMC Psychiatry, 23(1), 1–10. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12888- 023-05348-w
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(https://uagc.instructure.com/courses/126929/users/338520)Kenneth Brown III (https://uagc.instructure.com/courses/126929/users/338520) 10:26pm
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Please see the following link for access to my project in folio, which contains my poster presentation with audio, transcript, and my poster by itself.
Below is my transcript for ease of reading.
PSY 699 Poster Transcript:
Ladies and gentlemen and fellow enthusiasts of sports science, I am honored to stand before you today to present my research on a topic that sits at the intersection of physical prowess and mental fortitude – "Mind Over Matter: Exploring the Impact of Sports Psychological Intervention on Athletic Rehabilitation." My name is Kenny
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Brown, and I am excited to share with you the insights from my exploration into the critical role of sports psychologists in guiding athletes through the mental hurdles associated with injuries during rehabilitation.
In the dynamic world of competitive sports, athletes are no strangers to the challenges posed by injuries. While medical advancements have propelled the physical recovery process, the psychological aspects of rehabilitation and the triumphant return to sport remain an underexplored terrain. Today I share with you the insights learned from my exploration into the critical role of sports psychologists in guiding athletes through the mental hurdles after injury.
Our primary objective was clear – to investigate how the interventions and strategies employed by sports psychologists influence the psychological readiness and triumphant return to sport after injury among athletes. Employing a mixed-methods approach, we combined qualitative interviews with quantitative measures to comprehensively assess the impact of psychological sports interventions.
Preliminary findings, as depicted in Graph 1, showcase the results of a confidence rating scale assessing how patients felt returning to sport after injury. The red identifiers represent those who did not receive psychological intervention, while the blue identifiers represent those who did. Notably, at three, six, and nine months, those who received psychological intervention consistently demonstrated higher confidence ratings during rehabilitation, highlighting the positive impact of psychological support.
Graph 2 delves into the pre and post opinions on the use of psychological intervention after experiencing it. The red identifiers represent pre-opinions, while the blue identifiers represent post-opinions. The data indicates a substantial increase in individuals expressing support for psychological intervention, with a concurrent decrease in the indifferent and against categories. This shift underscores the evolving perceptions and appreciation for the value that sports psychological support adds to the rehabilitation process.
Our qualitative data provide rich narratives, emphasizing the importance of personalized strategies in addressing individual athletes' psychological challenges during recovery. Themes of resilience, motivation, and coping mechanisms emerge as critical factors in successful rehabilitation. On the quantitative front, positive correlations between athletes receiving psychological support and enhanced
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correlations between athletes receiving psychological support and enhanced psychological readiness are evident, translating into improved performance outcomes upon returning to sports.
In conclusion, my study, conducted under the guidance of the University of Arizona Global Campus, underscores the significance of integrating sports psychological interventions into the rehabilitation process. Tailored approaches that consider the unique psychological profiles of athletes are essential. By addressing mental hurdles alongside physical recovery, sports psychologists play a pivotal role in fostering resilience and readiness, ultimately contributing to successful comebacks post-injury.
The implications of this research extend beyond the realm of competitive sports. The interplay between sports psychology and rehabilitation informs practices in broader healthcare contexts, emphasizing the holistic nature of recovery. Professionals in sports medicine, psychology, and rehabilitation, within the University of Arizona Global Campus community and beyond, can draw upon these findings to optimize support systems for individuals undergoing physical and psychological challenges.
In essence, "Mind Over Matter" encapsulates the essence of my research – the profound impact of mental fortitude on the triumphant return to sport after injury. Thank you for your attention, and I welcome any questions or discussions on this critical and timely topic.
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What is the professional significance of conference presentations?
Conference presentations have great professional significance because such a presentation enables researchers to share their research results, ideas and innovations with colleagues and experts who work in the same field. These types of presentations help with networking, collaboration and exposure to different ideas. They support professional development through increased presentation and communication skills, improved engagement with the latest research projects, as well as heightened visibility among academics and professionals.
What aspects of the proposal process were most challenging for you, and why?
Writing the abstract according to the word limit and at the same time ensuring clarity and completeness was one of my biggest challenges during proposal writing. The need to find the right balance between brevity and necessary details demanded much thought. Moreover, a limitation was to reduce an in-depth research plan into an abstract that had fewer words than the study itself.
How would you describe the positive outcomes that may result from this proce