PSY 332 UMUC Week 6 Behavior and Character Discussion.
Freud’s concept of the Id, Ego, and Superego involves very distinct forces that guide individuals throughout life.
Briefly define each and give an example of how they influence thinking and behavior. Is there anything that can strengthen or weaken one of them? If so, what would be the repercussions?
Lastly, what is your opinion of this concept? Is he missing anything? Does this provide a good platform for understanding motivation and personality?
What are the most and least effective pick-up lines you have ever heard or tried? How do they fit with exiting research on this topic? Write an essay of 200-400 words addressing these questions and give at least two examples to support your conclusions. Remember to post responses (75-100 words each) to at least two of your classmates.
Find a newspaper or scholarly article where a health care organization or a provider was found guiltyof malpractice, criminal negligence, false credentials, failure to treat or patient abandonment. Provide specific details of the case. Discuss with your colleagues: 1. Which critical health care error does the article address? 2. Explain the setting and details using your own words. 3. Drawing from your readings and experience to date, what do you assess are factors leading up to the error? Touch on duties and standard of care. Peers are expected to demonstrate critical thinking in their questions related to the classmates’ descriptions. See Discussion Expectations and Grading for rules on discussions.
Assigned reading materials:
- Credentialing and Privileges-http://ctel.org/expertise/credentialing-and-privileging/
- Summary of Credentialing and Privileges- http://www.hcca-info.org/Portals/0/PDFs/Resources/Conference_Handouts/Compliance_Institute/2013/Tuesday/600/607print1.pdf
- A Short Overview of Medical Malpractice http://malpractice.laws.com/medical-malpractice-law/medical-malpractice-overview
- Medical negligence: Criminal prosecution of medical professionals, importance of medical evidence: Some guidelines for medical practitioners- https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2779964/