Creating your flyer

– Organizational Psychology
Week 3 Flyer
This Assessment is worth 10% of your grade.
Due by the end of Week 3 at 11:59 pm, ET.
Completing this Assessment will help you to meet the following:
Course Outcomes
• Evaluate the dimensions of culture and climate in organizations and relate them to the employee experience in the workplace.
So far in this course we have covered a variety of dimensions of culture and climate in organizations and examined how they relate to the employee experience within the workplace. For this assessment, you will create a flyer through a website known as Piktochart. Imagine that this flyer is meant to be distributed in a workplace setting to inform employees about the factors that can affect them in the workplace.
Your flyer should contain three important dimensions relevant to workplace culture and climate in a specific type of organization. It is important to choose a specific type of workplace before creating your flyer. This will help you focus on what dimensions to select for your flyer and will give you direction as you write about your selected dimensions. Think about culture and climate as a whole and what it means within a specific type of workplace. For example, you might consider how the selected dimensions would impact the employee experience (satisfaction, morale, etc.) within a daycare center, an office, a hospital, or other sort of work environment. Pick the kind of workplace you work in now or where you one day hope to be employed,
The following two sections titled “Flyer Content” and “Creating Your Flyer” have more information on the content of your flyer and the steps for creating your flyer.
To get information and ideas for your flyer, you may utilize the course lectures, the Internet, and/or the Bryant & Stratton College Virtual Library.
Flyer Content
As noted in the previous section, your flyer will detail important dimensions relevant to culture and climate in a specific type of workplace. The intended audience for your flyer will be the professionals who work within the organization of your choice. Think about where you are employed currently or hope to work one day. Perhaps your flyer would be meant for other teachers in a daycare, for nurses, doctors, and staff at a hospital, for fellow employees at an office, etc. It will be helpful to take some notes on what you want to include in your flyer before you begin.
There are seven cultural dimensions noted in this week’s lecture. They are as follows:
1. Innovation
2. Aggressiveness
3. Outcome orientation
4. Stability
5. People orientation
6. Team orientation
7. Detail orientation
Your flyer should feature three of the seven dimensions relevant to workplace culture and climate and apply them to a specific type of workplace. For each selected dimension, please do the following in your own words:
• Provide a definition and a clear description of the dimension
• Relate the dimension to the specific type of workplace you have chosen to focus on and explain how it would impact employees and their experience (satisfaction, morale, motivation, performance, etc.) in that workplace
For example, if you choose to include the dimension of team orientation in your flyer, you would want to think about how having a workplace that is highly team-oriented impacts employees within the workplace. You would also want to consider how having a workplace that lacks team orientation (or that is low in this dimension) impacts employees. If you chose to focus on team orientation as one of your dimensions, you could try asking yourself the following questions as you complete your flyer:
• How would I define team-oriented culture?
o After you provide the definition, describe the dimension in more detail as a means of clarifying the information given in the definition.
 For example, think about how a team-oriented culture (or a culture lacking team orientation) impacts the climate and environment within the workplace as a whole.
• Explain how a team orientation relates to your selected workplace and how it impacts employee experience within your selected workplace.
o Again, here you want to focus on the workplace you selected, whether it is a hospital, a daycare, an office building, etc. Try to detail how having a highly team oriented culture or a culture that lacks team orientation might impact someone in the chosen workplace.
You can use the above questions and prompts to guide you through each of the three dimensions you decide to include in your flyer.
As you create your flyer, your ideas and information need to be clearly detailed and explained. Some of your information can be conveyed through bullet points, so long as they provide adequate detail.
Creating Your Flyer
To create your flyer, follow these steps:
1. Go to the Piktochart website, using the following weblink: Piktochart.
2. Click on “sign up” in the top right corner or “start for free” towards the center of the screen.
3. You can then create a free account with your email address, Facebook profile, or Google account. You can choose whichever of these options you are most comfortable with.
4. Once your account is set up, you can access and utilize available templates for creating flyers. Pick the template that you find most appealing and eye-catching.
o After your account is set up, you can also access the available flyer templates using the following weblink: Flyer Templates.
5. As you use your selected template, you will be able to type into and edit existing textboxes and images and add new images and textboxes as you need.
6. When your flyer is complete, click “download” towards the top right of the screen. This will allow you to save a PNG file which you can then upload to Blackboard for grading.
7. Towards the top right of the screen you will also see the option to save your flyer. If you ever need to return to continue working on the flyer you started and saved previously, you can use the following weblink when logged into Piktochart: Piktochart Dashboard.
8. As you work on your flyer, you will see an option for getting help towards the bottom right of the screen and a tour option towards the bottom left. Both of these links will answer many of the questions you might have as you create your flyer.
Make sure that your flyer is easy to read and understand. It must address all of the questions/prompts in the “flyer content” section above. You should strategically use bullets, images, different font types, sizes, and colors, etc. to help you to make your points more clearly.
Upload your completed flyer PNG file to Blackboard for grading.
PSYC310 – Flyer Grading Rubric
Criteria Exceeds Expectations Meets Expectations Needs Improvement Points
70 points 63 – 70 points
The flyer contains three dimensions relevant to culture and climate for a specific type of workplace. In the flyer, dimensions are thoroughly defined and related to the workplace. It is clear how the dimensions chosen impact workers’ experiences in the workplace. 42 – 62 points
The flyer contains three dimensions relevant to culture and climate in organizations. However, it may not be clear how the chosen dimensions relate to a specific type of workplace. In the flyer, dimensions are briefly defined and a surface-level explanation is provided to relate them to the workplace and to employee experience. Parts of the flyer are lacking in clarity and/or detail. 0 – 41 points
The flyer contains less than three dimensions relevant to culture and climate in organizations. It may not be clear how the chosen dimensions relate to a specific type of workplace. The dimensions are inadequately defined, not tied to the workplace, and/or not related to employee experience in the workplace.
10 points 9 – 10 points
Presentation of information is logical, flows well, and is easy to follow. Flyer is aesthetically pleasing. Appropriate images, font types, sizes, and colors, bullet points, etc. are utilized to enhance the flyer. Information is presented in bullet-point form and/or complete sentences as appropriate. 6 – 8 points
Presentation of information is largely logical and mostly flows. Flyer formatting is done in a plain or basic manner. Images, font types, sizes, and colors, bullet points, etc. enhance the flyer, though they are cluttered, sparse, or difficult to understand at times. 0 – 5 points
Presentation of information is illogical, does not flow, and is difficult to follow. Flyer is not formatted to be aesthetically pleasing. No images, variations in font types, sizes, and colors, bullet points, etc. are included, or they are inappropriate/irrelevant to the presentation.
20 points 18 – 20 points
Flyer contains minimal errors (1-2) in grammar, spelling, and punctuation. Errors do not distract the reader/viewer or cloud meaning of the information. 12 – 17 points
Flyer contains a few errors (3-4) in grammar, spelling, and punctuation. At times, errors distract reader/viewer and/or cloud meaning of the information. 0 – 11 points
Flyer contains several (5 or more) errors in grammar, spelling, and punctuation. Writing in flyer is unclear or confusing.
Instructor Comments: Total Points:

You will be able to check your originality score from

For chapter 5, answer the following and submit as text for this activity (do not upload a document; complete only as text submission directly to the activity). Make sure you provide BOTH an APA formatted in-text citation and a corresponding reference (just include the reference at the bottom of your text)
In 150 to 200 words, answer the following question: Is punishment effective—does it work in decreasing/suppressing a person’s future behavior? Why, or why not?
In 150 to 200 words, explain how both of the following statements can be true: Extrinsic rewards can have positive effects on motivation and behavior AND extrinsic rewards can have negative effects on motivation and behavior.
In 150 to 200 words, describe how self-determination theory explains how external events (e.g., rewards, praise) sometimes produce positive effects on motivation but other times produce negative effects.
Keep in mind, you may not copy and paste. You will be able to check your originality score from Make sure you check it and if necessary, resubmit by the due date. Plagiarism will result in a zero. If it occurs more than once, you will be disciplined. If you have any questions about this, please ask the GTA or me.

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TASK: Your task is to:
(1) Go to WSU Libraries at:
(2) Click the Databases button under SearchIT.
(3) It should take you to an A-to-Z list of all databases WSU subscribes to. You are searching for APA PsycInfo
(ProQuest) under A. A direct link to the A listing is provided here: Be
advised as websites change often, this may not work. If it does not work, search from the main Libraries page.
Note that a link to APA PsycInfo (ProQuest) cannot be provided directly as it requires you to access the site from
your WSU VPN. These links/instructions should point you in the right direction at least.
(4) Using APA PsycInfo (ProQuest), find at least three peer-reviewed articles examining your myth. You should use
relevant keywords to search for these articles. These articles must CLEARLY connect to your myth topic of
choice. In other words, be certain that the articles you choose make sense for your topic. If, as your conducting
your search, you find that your first myth choice isn’t working for you for whatever reason, you may move on to
your alternate choice.
(5) Be sure that the date range on your search includes only articles published in 2010 or more recently.
(6) Read each article.
(7) For each article, provide me with an annotated bibliography.
(8) Each bibliography should begin with the reference. This will include the authors of the article, the year the article
was published, the title of the article, the journal in which the article appears, the volume number the article
appears in, and its page numbers. Use the guidelines below for proper reference format.
(9) The annotated bibliography should consist of a brief, 200 to 250-word summary of the article with an explanation
for why it is appropriate for/pertains to your myth. The summary should include a sentence introducing the study,
a sentence or two explaining the method, and a sentence or two explaining what the authors found/concluded.
Finally, include one to two sentences explaining how the study pertains to your myth and/or how the study helps
to inform your understanding of the myth.
(10) Be sure the assignment is formatted properly. You should write your annotated bibliography in Word
using 12-point Times New Roman with 1” margins, single-spaced. Include your name at the top of the document
then continue to the bibliographies. Number the entries. You’ll be reviewing three articles so there should be three
entries. Begin with the reference then beginning on a new line, write the bibliography according to the
instructions above.
(11) Submit your annotated bibliography by the due date/time (specified in the course schedule) in Canvas.
You can find the submission link by going to ASSIGNMENTS | Annotated Bibliography. Upload your
document as an attachment. Be sure to click on Submit.

Review of Literature

Review and summarize each article, then compare and contrast the outcomes and articles, describe lessons learned in each article

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Reflect on the Milgram experiment. What sorts of effects might the experiment have had on participants? What do we gain from this experiment in understanding human behavior? How might these findings help us to understand other cultural situations and events?
In the miligram experiment people were passing off fake shocks to other people being unaware they were giving these ‘shocks’ to their partners before arriving. The shock intensities could have been fatal given if they were real electrical shocks. This experiment was used to measure obedience in distance of instruction. When the instructor telling them how high to shock was in the room they would do exactly what they said but when over the phone away from the room they would do slightly lower voltage shocks (McLeod, 2017). “While many of the subjects became extremely agitated, distraught, and angry at the experimenter, they nevertheless continued to follow orders all the way to the end” (Cherry, 2022). Many people became angry, stressed, agitated, distraught and more but continued following orders because the person ordering them to was right there and they believed they had to continue because of this. So there are overall negative affects on participants in this experiment. From this experiment we gain knowledge of disobediance and obediance in people. Which is shown through when the experimenter leaves the room and gives instructions the ‘teacher’ of the experiment send lower voltage shocks to the ‘learner’ of the experiment. But when the experimenter is in the room giving instructions the ‘teacher’ will send the exact voltage they are told to, to the ‘learner’ as they are being more closely watched (McLeod, 2017). These findings help us to understand other cultural situations and events based on how people are willing to hurt others and based on how people tend to listen. For example, on genocides, many troops follow orders out of fear but it is possible some do not follow orders when leader is not around. They also may go behind the leaders back and assist people captured to escape when the leader is not around.,of%20authority%20figure%20affects%20obedience.
Why Was the Milgram Experiment so Controversial?The Milgram experiment was an infamous study that looked at obedience to authority. Learn what it revealed and the moral questions it raised.

REQUIREMENTS: 1. 4-6 pages NOT including title or reference pages 2. APA format

1. 4-6 pages NOT including title or reference pages
2. APA format – go to OWL Purdue Online Writing Lab
3. 3 or more references (peer reviewed articles)
**Final Paper Due May 5th
Library: The NJCU Library provides multiple links and resources to increase the efficiency of your literature searches and APA-style formatting. Please contact the library staff for further information.
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Readings Read the following: Carlson, N. R. (2014). Foundations of behavioral ne

Read the following:
Carlson, N. R. (2014). Foundations of behavioral neuroscience (9th ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson. ISBN: 9780205940240.
Chapter 9, “Reproductive Behavior,” pages 217–243, in your course text.
Moreno, J. A., Arango Lasprilla, J. C., Gan, C., & McKerral, M. (2013). Sexuality after traumatic brain injury: A critical review. NeuroRehabilitation, 32(1), 69–85.
Kelly, G., & Simpson, G. (2011). Remediating serious inappropriate sexual behavior in a male with severe acquired brain injury. Sexuality & Disability, 29(4), 313–327.
Sinclair, D., Purves-Tyson, T. D., Allen, K. M., & Weickert, C. S. (2014). Impacts of stress and sex hormones on dopamine neurotransmission in the adolescent brain. Psychopharmacology, 231(8), 1581–1599.
Biology of Sexual Orientation
Most researchers in the area of human sexuality believe that human sexual orientation is largely biologically determined and not a matter of choice. Describe the biological (anatomical, physiological, genetic, chemical) correlates of sexual orientation. Apply this information to how the general public could be educated about the role of biology in education about sexual orientation. Make sure to support your ideas using the textbook and at least one other recent scholarly source. Reference your sources in standard APA format.

Essay 1. What adult (parental) behaviors are consistent with a preformation

Essay 1. What adult (parental) behaviors are consistent with a preformationist approach to child development? How do these contribute to dysfunctional growth, maturation, and psychology? By logical extension, and to the extent that preformationism is an attitude that can also be projected toward other adults, what practices, ideas, or beliefs during the enslavement of African peoples in the Americas qualify as preformationist thinking and actions? Why?
Essay 2. Compare and contrast Kurt Goldstein’s work on motivational factors and Abraham Maslow’s co-opted and revised rendition as a “pyramid of needs.” A distinguishing difference to be elaborated upon is the fact that Goldstein’s original work places “self-actualization” as a universal, organismic (biological) tendency driving all other needs, whereas Maslow’s revision locates it on top of a pyramid. In your answer, explain Goldstein’s thinking on why motivational factors should not be strictly hierarchical. Finally, draw a parallel between Goldstein’s work and S. Freud’s original description and stratification of “personality” – look for commonalities and differences.
a) Font: Times Roman, size 12 or smaller.
b) A minimum of 500 words per each essay of actual content excluding quotes (don’t use them at all) and in-text citations; 1.5* spacing between lines with no extra spaces between paragraphs. Abstracts are not required for essays but do make a reference to the numbered question you are answering.
c) Always! Paraphrase rather than quote. Quotes do not count in an estimation of a final word count anyway.


For this assignment, you will develop a mind map reflecting the content of your 6 research articles. Your map should identify each research study along with central concepts, findings, methods, populations, and theories (for a nice clickable overview of theories, go to Simply Psychology:Theories (Links to an external site.) and see the theories tab on the top). Feel free to add additional branches as you find helpful.
Visit this link to view a sample of a map that you can copy and then adapt to your literature: Sample Mind Map. (Links to an external site.)
You may use (Links to an external site.) to make your own map (watch the introduction below), using the above map as a starting point. Alternatively, you can use your own tool or paper map.
Attach your map as a pdf or picture file in this assignment.
Supplemental Materials:
Coggle Introduction (Links to an external site.)
This brief video [1:30] introduces Coggle, a simple, free web application for creating beautiful informative diagrams.
Simply Psychology (Links to an external site.)
This website provides information on a broad range of psychology topics, including cognitive psychology, developmental psychology, abnormal psychology, perspectives in psychology, social psychology, research methods, and statistics.
Sample Coggle Map (Links to an external site.)
This visual provides an example of a Coggle map created for this assignment. Students can use this map as a guide as they begin creating their own mind maps.


Researchers in psychology often use experimental designs to learn about behavior and other topics in the field. Experiments offer important benefits, such as control over extraneous variables, allowing researchers to determine how experimental factors affect behavior. There is a variety of experimental designs, and this assignment will help you to understand their features and limitations.
For this Assignment, you will write a 3–5 page paper on experimental research designs. Using the PG Library, you will also find and summarize a research article about a study employing an experimental design.
Be sure to address the following in your paper:
Part 1. Describe Experimental Designs
Describe major features and the role of error in between-subjects designs, including the following designs:
Single-factor randomized group designs
Randomized multi-group designs
Matched-group designs
Describe major features of and the role of error in within-subjects design.
Explain when it would be appropriate to use a within-subjects design.
Describe major features of and the role of error in single-subject designs.
Part 2. Summarize a Research Article Employing an Experimental Design
Using the PG Library, identify a research article in a peer-reviewed journal. Summarize the article, focusing on the design. Be sure to address the following:
Summarize the research topic and question.
Identify the specific experimental design the researchers applied.
Summarize the methodology, including participants, measures, and basic procedures.
Summarize the major findings of the study.
Research Design and Methods : A Process Approach 11th (2022)
Kenneth Bordens and Bruce Barrington Abbott