PSYCH 635 WEEK 1 Explaining Learning Theory to Clients

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PSYCH 635 WEEK 1 Explaining Learning Theory to Clients

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PSYCH 635 WEEK 1 Explaining Learning Theory to Clients

PSYCH 635 WEEK 1 Explaining Learning Theory to Clients

Complete Parts 1 and 2 for this assignment.

Part 1

Watch the “Ethics vs. Psychological Research” video in the Week One Electronic Reserve Readings.

Part 2

Professional psychologists, in nonclinical fields, provide valuable consultation services to governmental, corporate, nonprofit agency, and individual clients. Many times this advice focuses on application of learning theory to educational or training tasks.

Select one of the following professional fields:

  • Environmental or evolutionary psychology
  • Forensic psychology
  • Health or sports psychology
  • Industrial/organizational or engineering psychology

Create a 5- to 7-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation with speaker notes for a client explaining psychological learning theory and how it can be applied in the workplace.

Address the following in your presentation:

  • How the basic tenants of theory influence the study of learning
  • How psychological learning theory can be applied in the workplace
  • Provide examples of how research methods are used to study the process of learning
  • Any American Psychological Association (APA) ethical guidelines or specific division ethical guidelines relevant to your presentation

Note. If you select industrial/organizational psychology, you might prepare a presentation for an audience of manufacturers on how learning theory can be used to design effective training programs for product assemblers on a moving assembly line.

Format your presentation consistent with APA guidelines.  Please reference at least two peer reviewed journal articles.

Submit your assignment for plagiarism review under the Center for Writing Excellence tab.  Please attach a copy  of your results.

Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your assignment.

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PSYCH 635 WEEK 1 Explaining Learning Theory to Clients