SocPsy707 - Webinar

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Social Psychology - 707 - Webinar. This is an open source distance learning course free to download in the public domain.


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Disclaimer This material may be quoted for educational projects only – i.e., graduate students, clinical researchers, and post-doctorate professionals. All quotations here within are actually either direct or paraphrased quotes from personal interviews, public lectures, formal clinical research journals or mass media publications. So therefore, the use of any quotations here within is granted and understood that it may be used for educational purposes in: counseling practicums, social psychology research, supervised clinical psychiatry and psychotherapy. - Liberal Arts and Humanities -


Objectives A little more Philosophy A Welcomed Pursuit of the Equally Yoked Dyad Social Psychology The Successful Equally Yoked Relationship Religious Doctrine Obedience to God’s Word, “Be Ye Not…” Law and Justice Court Ordered: Couples Educational Workshops - Liberal Arts and Humanities - Webinar

Sexual Psychology:

Sexual Psychology ‘Sexual psychology’ is the study of the mental attitudes, beliefs, and feelings that influence and are influenced by participation in sexual foreplay, sexual performance, and sexual orgasm (in the equally yoked ). In the study of ‘ equally yoked ’ dyads, sexual psychologists have mainly been focused on such couples achieving mutual simultaneous orgasms. Therapists working in couples groups use application of the knowledge gained through the study of ‘ equally yoked dyads’ to promote healthy sexuality in ‘equally yoked’ couples and marriages.  - SocPsy777

Psychosocial Wellness:

Psychosocial Wellness Until recently, the fields of complimentary and alternative health have had few studies in healthy social behavior and/or pro-social behaviours conducted with ‘ equally yoked ’ dyads. Some new investigations statistics have yielded favorable results. (a) Pro-social behavior - behaviors that involve helping and cooperating . Dyadic researchers look at why some people help others to be ‘ equally yoked ’ as well as why they at times refuse to help or cooperate. Sexual perversions, criminal motives, and mental illness are a few reasons and is identified as the “ Antistander effect ” a social phenomenon familiar to the mainstream of integrative health professionals. (a,b,c) Much of the research amongst ‘ unequally yoked ’ dyads have revealed that ignorance, drugs, and poverty are a but a few factors in lack of helping or love. Other studies of mobs or rioting or refusing or failing to call the police for help – was associated with ‘ unequally yoked’ dyadic relationships. (c) - SocPsy500


CEs While CEs – by petition – is solely at the discretion of the attendees accrediting agency - Continuing Education credits earned by attending any of the classes on Equally Yoked Dyads – should accumulate 1.5 hours per class for SocPsy202-SocPsy404 for Social Psychologists, Psychiatric Social Workers, Mental Health Counselors and Psychosocial Health Professionals, Marriage, Family, and Child Psychologists, Marriage and Family Therapists. SocPsy505-707 CEs are solely at the discretion of the individual attendees accrediting agency. Webinar - SocPsy707

Final Examination:

Final Examination Project Proposal Field Research Study Project ( eMailed only ) Field Survey/or Clinical Interviews Define Population Size and Psychometric Tools Oral Presentation Report of Findings Feedback Total Points: 100 = A+ Webinar After completing the Webinar lecture, just do the examination, so it can be graded ASAP (Please note: being online – in attendance and participation – is added points ), and a print out of a certificate of completion should be made available.


Internship Field Project Proposal - Internship Write a field project proposal as an intern working within an organization, office, or agency. 1.) It must provide opportunity for in-agency interviews of couples for explicit data collection and analysis. 2.) It must allow for questions pertaining to ‘civil idenity’ with or without informing of ‘equally yoked’ status. 3.) It must not be restricted to pay or no pay. After approval-go do it-and turn in your results. Sample - SocPsy700 100 points


Externship Field Project Proposal - Externship If you are a professional working in the field Write a field project proposal for conducting within your own organization, office, or agency. 1.) In-agency interviews of couples for explicit data collection and analysis is to be conducted at your own discretion . 2.) A waiver for release of information concerning client’s ‘civil identities’ and any other related material may be an option. 3.) Payment or no pay to participating couples is optional. After approval-go do it-and turn in your results. Sample - SocPsy700 100 points

Doctorate Dissertation:

Doctorate Dissertation Topic ( & ©opyright) , (dedications and/or acknowlegements) Abstract (general summary) Table of Contents Introduction (& proposal) Key words (abbrev. definitions) Hypothesis, (or research aims/objectives) and ethical considerations Review of Literature Research materials and methodology Data collection Data analysis Findings Discussion Conclusion Recommendations Implications for further study References (bibliography) Appendices Tables Figures Artifacts (images) - Liberal Arts and Humanities - Outline Committee - Defense Draft


Thesis Graduate/Masters - Thesis Topics to put forth: equally-yoked dyads research studies, a project pertaining to a specific equallyokedtarian dyad, equallyokedtarians, equallyokedtarianism in general, etc. Format : Monograph - title page, abstract, table of contents, chapters, e.g., introduction – a thesis statement, literature review, methodology, results, discussion, and a bibliography (or a references section). - SocPsy700 Thesis committee - Liberal Arts and Humanities - Submit proposal for approval -


Dissertation Doctorate Dissertation* - Defense Report on a research project path or study concerning ‘ equally yoked ’ dyads, or an extended analysis of ‘equallyokedtarianism’ in general. Format : Explain the purpose of studying ‘ equally yoked ’ dyadic groups – use a multiple chapter format: ( a. ) an introduction-to the research topic, the methodology, ( & its scope and significance); ( b. ) a literature review, (of relevant literature on the research issue); ( c. ) a methodology chapter (explain how the research has been designed and why the research methods/population/data collection and analysis being used were chosen); ( d. ) a findings chapter (outline the findings of the research itself); ( e. ) an analysis and discussion chapter (Part1-analyze the findings and Part2-discuss them in the context of the literature review) ( f. ) a summary of the evidence (and if any hypothesis), and ( g. ) a conclusion (the significance of the findings for society). - Liberal Arts and Humanities - - SocPsy777 dissertation committee * or licentia Submit proposal for approval -

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