PSY 110 ENTIRE COURSE

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PSY 110 Week 1 Individual Assignment Self Check-In Worksheet
 
The purpose of this assignment is for you to apply what you learned in this week's activities and readings. Reflect on the results from the activities you completed this week and on how to improve your academic and life skills.
 
Complete the Self Check-In Worksheet.
 
Submit your assignment.
 
Self Check-In Worksheet.
 
Write a 50- to 75-word response to each of the following questions:
  1. After completing the Self-Awareness Checklist Activity in McGraw-Hill Connect®, what did you learn about your own personal happiness? What are some ways you can increase your happiness? Why is your happiness important
  1. After completing the Wheel of Life Activity in McGraw-Hill Connect®, which area(s) of your life did you find that you want or need to spend more time? Explain.
  1. What do your results on the How Self-Conscious Are You? Activity in McGraw-Hill Connect® tell you about your level of self-consciousness? Would you like to become more self-conscious, less self-conscious, or remain about the same? Why? How do you think you could enjoy the benefits of self-consciousness without falling victim to anxiety?
  1. After completing the Personality Self-Portrait Activity in McGraw-Hill Connect®, which one trait from the list of personality traits do you wish you had? Why? Which trait do you have that you think others might wish they had? Why? Explain.
  1. After completing the Discover Your Multiple Intelligences Activity in McGraw-Hill Connect®, which two intelligences did you score highest in? Which of the intelligences in which you scored lower would you be interested in learning more about?
 
 
PSY 110 Week 2 Individual Assignment Homework
 
The purpose of this assignment is for you to apply what you learned in this week's activities and readings. Reflect on the results from the activities you completed this week and on how to improve your academic and life skills.
Complete the Week 2 Homework in the McGraw-Hill Connect® Week 2 Activities and Assignments folder.
 
 
 
PSY 110 Week 3 Individual Assignment Stress and Goal Setting Worksheet
 
The purpose of this assignment is for you to apply what you learned in this week's activities and readings. Reflect on the results from the activities you completed this week and on how to improve your academic and life skills.
Complete the Stress and Goal Setting Worksheet.
Submit your assignment.
 
Stress and Goal Setting Worksheet

Part 1: Stress

Write a 50- to 75-word response to each of the following questions:
  1. After completing the How Stressed Are You? Activity in McGraw-Hill Connect®, what was your score? Do you think your score reflects the level of stress you feel? If not, do you feel more or less stressed than the results indicate? What are some symptoms that might indicate that you are feeling stress? Explain.
  1. Change is a normal part of life, and it can also be a cause of stress. What are some changes happening in your life right now that might be causing stress for you? What can you do to reduce the amount of stress you are feeling?

Part 2: Goal Setting

  1. Use the tables below to write two SMART personal goals for your performance in PSY/110: one long-term goal and one short-term goal. Examples are provided. Remember that a long-term goal is something you want to achieve in the long run, such as earning a degree. Short-term goals help break down the long-term goal into manageable steps.
Long Term Personal Goal Example
Specific I want to lose weight.
Measurable 15 lbs.
Achievable I can adjust my eating habits and increase my exercise levels.
Realistic 5 lbs. a month seems like a realistic rate of weight loss.
Time-Based I want to lose the weight in 3 months.
SMART Goal Statement My goal is to lose 5 lbs. a month over the next 3 months by adjusting my eating habits and walking for 20 minutes every evening.
Long-Term Personal Goal
Specific
Measurable
Achievable
Realistic
Time-Based
SMART Goal Statement
Short-Term Personal Goal Example
Specific I want to eat healthier by reducing the sugar in my diet.
Measurable My nutrition app will track my progress.
Achievable I will go through my pantry to replace junk food with healthier options.
Realistic Removing the option to choose junk food will reduce my sugar intake.
Time-Based 2 weeks
SMART Goal Statement My goal is to clear out my pantry of junk food to change my eating habits and reduce the amount of sugar from my diet over the next 2 weeks.
Short-Term Personal Goal
Specific
Measurable
Achievable
Realistic
Time-Based
SMART Goal Statement
  1. Write 50 to 75 words about some of the barriers that could get in the way of achieving your goals, and how you will overcome these barriers.
 
PSY 110 Week 4 Individual Assignment Self-Esteem and Positive Thinking Worksheet
 
The purpose of this assignment is for you to apply what you learned in this week's activities and readings. Reflect on the results from the activities you completed this week and on how to improve your academic and life skills.
Complete the Self-Esteem and Positive Thinking Worksheet.
Submit your assignment.
 
Self-Esteem and Positive Thinking Worksheet
Write a 50- to 75-word response to each of the following questions:
  1. After completing the Test Your Self-Esteem Activity in McGraw-Hill Connect®, what does your score say about your level of self-esteem? Is it high or low? Look back at the effects of high and low self-esteem described on p.128 in Ch. 4 of Psychology of Success. Which of the behaviors do you exhibit? Give examples.
  1. After completing the Social Support and Self-Esteem Activity in McGraw-Hill Connect®, do you feel that you have emotional and instrumental support whenever you need it? Why or why not? If not, what could you do to build your social support network? Review p. 143 in Ch. 4 of Psychology of Success for ideas.
  1. What did completing the Are You a Positive Thinker? Activity in McGraw-Hill Connect® reveal about your ability to think positively? Explain. What can you do to improve your positive thinking? Review p. 189 in Ch. 5 of Psychology of Success for ideas.
  1. After completing this week’s activities in McGraw-Hill Connect®, which do you believe is more valuable: self-esteem or self-acceptance? Why? Remember, self-esteem is confidence in and respect for yourself and self-acceptance means recognizing and accepting what is true about yourself.
 
PSY 110 Week 5 Individual Assignment Vision Board Worksheet
 
The purpose of this assignment is for you to apply what you learned in this week's activities and readings. Reflect on the results from the activities you completed this week and on how to improve your academic and life skills.
Complete the Vision Board Worksheet.
Submit your assignment. 
 
Vision Board Worksheet

Part 1

For this portion of the assignment, you will be creating a vision board. A vision board is a collage of images, pictures and affirmations of one's dreams, desires, and goals designed to serve as a source of inspiration and motivation. A vision board uses the law of attraction to attain your goals.
Complete the following steps to create your vision board:
  1. Write down your goals and priorities for the next 4 years.
  2. Create a large poster for your vision board, and divide it into nine sections.
  3. Label each section as follows: Prosperity, Aspiration, Time Management, Family, Motivators, Goals, Skills/Knowledge, Career/Life Path, Helpful People. Each of these sections represent a factor related to your ability to achieve your vision.

  1. Write your goals and ideas onto the poster in their associated sections. For example, a possible goal that would land in the Career/Life Path section could be, Land My Dream Job. For each goal, think about and write down how the other sections of the vision board are related to your path to reaching that goal. Consider why you are motivated to achieve the goal, what skills and knowledge you will need to achieve the goal, how much time you will need to reach the goal, and who might be able to help you achieve the goal.
  2. Find words and images that represent your goals in magazines, online, or in newspapers.
  3. Print or cut out your words and images, and sort them based on which section of your vision board they belong.
  4. Edit and place your words and images on your vision board.
  5. Add any of your own words or drawings that you think add value to each section that you did not find in Step 4.
  6. Display your vision board in a place where you can see it each day.
Take a picture of your completed vision board to submit with this worksheet.

Part 2

Respond to each of the following questions:
  1. Write 75 to 90 words describing three or four words or pictures you included on your vision board. Why did you select each of these items?
  1. Write 75 to 90 words about the steps you can now take to achieve the goals on your vision board. List the intrinsic and extrinsic factors motivating you to achieve what is represented on your vison board. Remember intrinsic motivation is motivation that comes from inside, while extrinsic motivation is motivation that comes from the outside. Both of these types of motivation are described on p. 271 in Ch. 7 of Psychology of Success.
  1. Write 50 to 75 words about what motivates you in your academic life. Are these motivators different from what motivates you in your personal life? Why or why not?
 
 

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