Choose a character from a television show or movie and describe their use of defense mechanisms,..

Question 1(4): Choose a character from a television show or movie and describe their use of defense mechanisms, as defined by Freud. Provide at least three specific examples of how this character has used three different defense mechanisms. 300-400 words and provide 1 source
Questions 2(5): Find one peer-reviewed research study (not in the textbook) that either supports or challenges Roger’s assumption about parents use of (un)conditional positive regard. Describe the findings of the study. Does this finding make sense to you? What do you think about Roger’s assumption? As a parent, do you think this is something you would/could do? 300-400 words and provide 1 source
Question 3(6): Watch the following film: Attachment Theory. Films Media Group, 2013. Describe two things that you learned from this film. Do you think attachment theory has implications for personality development? Why or why not? 300-400 words and provide 1 source
Question 4(7): Research the concept of attributional complexity. Using at least one source (be sure to cite it properly), explain the concept of attributional complexity and how it relates to prejudice and racism. How might this concept be used to reduce racial/cultural tensions? 300-400 words and provide 1 source
Question 5(8): If you were given the chance to meet one of the theorists that we studied this term, who would it be? Why would you choose that particular person? Write 3 questions that you would ask him/her? 300-400 words and provide 1 source Document Preview:

Question 1(4): Choose a character from a television show or movie and describe their use of defense mechanisms, as defined by Freud. Provide at least three specific examples of how this character has used three different defense mechanisms. 300-400 words and provide 1 source Questions 2(5): Find one peer-reviewed research study (not in the textbook) that either supports or challenges Roger’s assumption about parents use of (un)conditional positive regard. Describe the findings of the study. Does this finding make sense to you? What do you think about Roger’s assumption? As a parent, do you think this is something you would/could do? 300-400 words and provide 1 source Question 3(6): Watch the following film: Attachment Theory. Films Media Group, 2013. Describe two things that you learned from this film. Do you think attachment theory has implications for personality development? Why or why not? 300-400 words and provide 1 source Question 4(7): Research the concept of attributional complexity. Using at least one source (be sure to cite it properly), explain the concept of attributional complexity and how it relates to prejudice and racism. How might this concept be used to reduce racial/cultural tensions? 300-400 words and provide 1 source Question 5(8): If you were given the chance to meet one of the theorists that we studied this term, who would it be? Why would you choose that particular person? Write 3 questions that you would ask him/her? 300-400 words and provide 1 source Transcript to the film Attachment Theory I love being a mom, absolutely love it. I find it rewarding and challenging. And they give so much love and you give so much love to them. Really emotional, tired, happy, just really overwhelmed. And the kids are hilarious. And they’re wonderful. I never expected them to be as funny as they are. What have you got? To be as funny and as exciting, but there’s an element of you always feel a bit guilty as a parent that you’re not quite…

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