eek 1 – Webliography Assignment Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

eek 1 – Webliography Assignment
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
This assignment is worth up to 50 points and involves researching and writing an entry for the Webliography section of our course.
The assignment references the following TCOs:
TCO1 as it applies to cause-and-effect research in social psychology
TCO 3 as it applies to the effects of a psychological disorder.
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is an anxiety disorder that is caused by a personu2019s experiencing or observing an extremely psychologically troubling event involving real or threatened death or significant injury to self and/or others.
There are many situations and sometimes predisposing personal mental conditions that may trigger the development of PTSD
Your task in this assignment is to use the Internet to find and describe at least one
form of natural disaster
as a
of PTSD.
Among natural disasters are hurricanes, earthquakes, tornadoes and tsunamis.
You will be working with the independent variables of PTSD
Here is the basic causal proposition:
Xs (Causes of PTSD)—————-
Y (Development of PTSD)
Independent variables—————
Dependent variable
Using the Internet locate an article that includes a discussion of natural disasters as causes of PTSD;
Compose a summary of the contents of the article that includes the following information:
A general description of the contents of the article
A description of least two specific items from the article
Identification of the independent and dependent variable
Prepare your article for Webliography using one of the following processes:
write your descriptive text as a Word document that you copy and paste into Webliography
type your descriptive text straight into Webliography
To add your entry to Webliography, use this process:
click on Webliography in the gray/white bar in the blue space at the top of the course website u2013 it is the last component on the right side of the bar
click on u201cAdd New Entryu201d

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