PSY 492 -Internet-Based Psychological Interventions
I NEED THIS ASSIGNMENT BACK ON DECEMBER 9TH AT 4PM. I AM HAVING ISSUES WITH THE MODULE AND THE MODULE IS CLOSING EARLY.
Post your response to the topic below with at least 300 words in the Discussion Area by the due date assigned. Cite information from at least one academic source, such as your textbook or an article from the Argosy Online Library, to support your statements. Use current APA standards to properly cite your source(s). Review and respond to your classmates’ posts through the end of the week, asking for clarification, suggesting a different perspective, and/or indicating how their responses illustrate development of their critical thinking skills.
With so many individuals using the Internet today, the psychology of the individual, the family, the community, and the society has changed. Some might argue that the traditional psychological theories cannot be applied and therefore psychology as an entire field needs to be revamped to incorporate the impact and the application of internet technology. As a student completing a bachelor’s degree in psychology, your future career will undoubtedly incorporate the use of the Internet in very new ways. Read the following article from the AUO Library:
Ritterband, L. M., Gonder-Frederick, L., Cox, D. J., Clifton, A. D., West, R. W., & Borowitz, S. M. (2003). Internet interventions: In review,
in use, and into the future. Professional Psychology: Research and
Practice, 34(5), 527-534.
Identify a problem area or psychological issue that could benefit from the use of an internet intervention. Now, using what you learned from the article, propose an internet intervention using the following guidelines:
- What problem area would the internet intervention address?
- Provide a general description of the proposed internet intervention.
- How would the effectiveness of the proposed intervention be tested?
- What are any legal and ethical issues related to the proposed intervention? Include the specific APA ethical standard(s) in your response.