Required Resources Week 2 Required Text

Required Resources Week 2 Required Text

Read from the course text, Applied project: Capstone in psychology:

a. Chapter 3: Between and Within Groups Research Designs

b. Chapter 6: Survey and Questionnaire Research

Book

American Psychiatric Association. (2013). The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. (5th ed.). Washington, D.C.: American Psychiatric Publishing.

· This is the manual of psychiatric diagnostic criteria used by mental health professionals.

Articles

Bauer, R.M. (2007). Evidence-based practice in psychology: Implications for research and research training. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 63(7), 685–694. Retrieved from the EBSCOhost database.

· This article discusses the implications of evidence-based practice (EBP) for research and research training in clinical psychology. Bauer argues that EBP provides a useful framework for addressing some heretofore ignored problems in clinical research

Brendtro, L.K., Mitchell, M.L., & Doncaster, J. (2011). Practice-based evidence: Back to the future Reclaiming Children and Youth, 19(4), 5-7. Retrieved from the ProQuest database. 

· This article discusses perspectives on potential flaws associated with promoting specific treatment models as evidence-based and then making policies based on “shaky science.”

Dozois, D.J.A. (2013). Psychological treatments: Putting evidence into practice and practice into evidence. Canadian Psychology, 54(1), 1-11. Retrieved from the ProQuest database.

· This article argues that it is crucial to make practice evidence-based and make evidence practice-based. Current issues and opportunities with respect to evidence-based practice are discussed. Strategies for closing the gap between research and practice are offered.

Halter, M.J., Rolin-Kenny, D., Dzurec, L.C. (2013). An overview of the DSM-5: Changes, controversy, and implications for psychiatric nursing. Journal of Psychosocial Nursing & Mental Health Services, 51(4), 30-9. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.3928/02793695-20130226-02. Retrieved from the ProQuest database.

· This article provides a general overview of the DSM-5, highlighting major aspects of the revision in comparison to the DSM-IV-TR. The authors highlight some of the controversies accompanying the diagnostic changes in the DSM-5.

Recommended Resources Articles

Horner, J., & Minifie, F. D. (2011). Research ethics I: Responsible conduct of research (RCR)—Historical and contemporary issues pertaining to human and animal experimentation. [Supplemental material]. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 54(1), S303–S329. Retrieved from the EBSCOhost database.

· This article provides a historical overview of the evolution of Responsible Conduct of Research in the United States in the context of evolution of human and animal experimentation. Controversies, successes and present challenges by are highlighted through real-world examples of the work of scientists, ethicists and legal scholars.

Horner, J., & Minifie, F. D. (2011). Research ethics II: Mentoring, collaboration, peer review, and data management and ownership. [Supplemental material]. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 54(1), S330–S345. Retrieved from the EBSCOhost database.

· In this article, the authors discuss the Office of Research Integrity’s (1992) definitions of mentor and trainee responsibilities, collaborative science, peer review and, data acquisition, management, sharing, and ownership.

Horner, J., & Minifie, F. D. (2011). Research ethics III: Publication practices and authorship, conflicts of interest, and research misconduct. [Supplemental material]. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 54(1), S346–S362. Retrieved from the EBSCOhost database.

· In this article, the authors provide readers with the Office of Research Integrity’s (1992) definitions of: domain-publication practices and responsible authorship, conflicts of interest and commitment, research misconduct, controversies, successes and present challenges by are highlighted through real-world examples of the work of scientists, ethicists and legal scholars.

Warren, B.J. (2013). How culture is assessed in the DSM-5. Journal of Psychosocial Nursing & Mental Health Services, 51(4), 40-5. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.3928/02793695-20130226-04. Retrieved from the ProQuest database.

· This article provides insights into the integrations of cultural aspects in the new DSM-5 diagnostic tool.

Multimedia

Sussman, A. (Producer). (2010). Into the mind: Mind control [Video file]. Retrieved from the Films On Demand database.

· This video provides an illustrated history of some of the most notorious psychology experiments ever conducted in science’s attempt to explore behavior, brainwashing and free will.

 


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