As you learned in this unit, work settings are strongly linked to social interactions, perceptions, and decision-making. For this assignment, you will compose a reflection paper in which you will consider how topics studied in social psychology influence these concepts in the real world.
To complete your paper, first, choose one of the these topics you previously learned about in this course; either Physiological Arousal and Misattribution, Fundamental Attribution Error, or Cognitive Dissonance. Then, address the following points.
Â§ Define your chosen topic as it was presented in the prior unit.
Â§ Describe how your topic could be applied in a work setting. In your description, be sure to mention the similarities and the differences you would expect in applying your topic to the real world.
Â§ Would your chosen topic be perceived as beneficial or detrimental if you were in the role of employee? Why?
Â§ How would your perspective on the topic change if you were in a nonpaid position, such as a volunteer or intern?
Â§ Think about the concepts of behavioral economics. What is a rational course of action to protect (if a detriment) or promote (if a benefit) yourself, as an individual employee? How does this compare to actions that protect or promote the company at large? How could you balance the two?
Your response should be at least two pages in length. You must use at least one source as a reference in your paper. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations. Please format your paper and all citations in accordance with APA guidelines.
The purpose of this paper is for you to take a reflective look at your style: are you a leader at the bedside? what is your current style? You may use any reading/reference/article of your choice. As you review the Barrett tool, evaluate yourself on how you can lead at the bedside. (Barrett tool is not for analysis, it is simply a blush review of how you could manage change – look at the words and sections!)
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