Review of exposure therapy as a treatment on social anxiety

Critical review 3000 words on exposure therapy as a treatment for social anxiety. I would like virtual reality incorporated into it and for the paper to support exposure as the best treatment

Critically evaluate the key legal features of the national energy law and policy in a the UK and another country of your choice, and state which elements of this legislation are more effective

Note the key energy legislation you have chosen in your introduction and ensure you discuss the other countries you plan to choose

Can choose countries: China, Japan, Russia, USA, Denmark, France, Germany to compare (Pick one to compare to UK)

2,500 word limit – including footnotes but excluding the bibliography.

Contrast the methods for the selection of judges in Texas with those used in the United States

Contrast the methods for the selection of judges in Texas with those used in the United States. Which methods support the most equitable system of justice and why?​

There must be a minimum of 3 paragraphs and include APA in-text citations and a Work Cited Page with a minimum of 2 sources per essay.

What were Addie’s initial symptoms and what did they possibly indicate.

Write a one page 12 point single spaced report on:

  • What were Addie’s initial symptoms and what did they possibly indicate.
  • Explain how Addie contracted the initial infection and where it moved to next.
  • What is community associated MRSA.
  • What are characteristics of the microbe and that infected her after ECMO and how did they help the microbe cause disease .
  • Name two precautions, in general, that can be taken to avoid antibiotic resistance.

Hunting the nightmare bacteria

methods used to allocate the integrated marketing communications

Discuss the methods used to allocate the integrated marketing communications budget and how to measure its success by using marketing metrics. Support your essay with scientific references and examples. DO NOT COPY and PASTE from websites or essays of other students

Followership,” of Leadership: Theory and Practice.

Read Case 12.1 in Ch. 12, “Followership,” of Leadership: Theory and Practice.


Provide a detailed response to questions 3, 4, 5, and 6 presented at the end of the case.


Format your answers according to APA guidelines using the APA Paper Template.

Include APA-formatted in-text citations, a title page, and a references page.

Submit your paper.



CASE STUDIES The following three case studies (Cases 12.1, 12.2, and 12.3) present followership in three different contexts. The first case, Bluebird Care, describes a home health care agency and the unique ways followers contribute to the work of the agency. The second case, Olympic Rowers, discusses a renowned rowing team and the way the followers worked together to create cohesiveness and a magical outcome. The last case, Penn State Sexual Abuse Scandal, examines the role of followership in the circumstances that brought down a well-regarded collegiate football program and the university’s leadership. At the end of each case, there are questions that will help you to analyze the case utilizing the principles of followership discussed in the chapter.p.318

CASE  12.1

Bluebird CareRobin Martin started Bluebird Care, an in-home health care agency, 20 years ago with a staff of 2 and 5 clients. The agency has grown to a staff of 25 serving 50 clients.

Robin started in elder care as an aide at a reputable assisted living facility. She liked caring for patients and was good at it. When she began running Bluebird Care, Robin knew all her staff members and their clients. But as the demand for in-home health care has increased, Bluebird Care has grown as well—hiring more staff and expanding its service area. For Robin, this means less time with the company’s clients and more time managing her growing agency. She admits she feels as if she is losing her connections with her clients and staff.

When asked to describe a time when the agency was really running smoothly, Robin talks about when Bluebird Care had just 10 employees. “This was a good time for us. Everyone did what they were assigned and did not complain. No one called in sick; they were very dependable. But, it was different then because we all lived in the same area and I would see each of our employees every week. On Tuesdays they had to hand in their time sheets, and every other Thursday they stopped to pick up their paycheck. I enjoyed this.”

Because the agency’s service area is much larger now, encompassing many of the city’s suburbs, Robin seldom sees her employees. Time sheets are emailed in by employees, and paychecks are sent through the mail or directly deposited into employees’ bank accounts. Robin says, “Because they never see us, the staff feels like they can do what they want, and management has nothing to say about it. It’s not the same as when we were smaller.”

There is a core of agency staff that Robin does interact with nearly every day. Terry, a staff member who has been with Robin since the beginning, is Robin’s go-to person. “I trust her,” Robin says. “When she says, ‘Robin—we need to do it this way,’ I do what she says. She is always right.” Terry is very positive and promotive of the agency and complimentary of Robin. When other staff members challenge the rules or procedures of the agency, Terry is the person to whom Robin goes to for advice. But, Terry also challenges Robin to make Bluebird Care the best agency it can be.

Terry is a direct contrast to Belinda, another employee. A five-year staff member, Belinda is dogmatic and doesn’t like change, yet frequently challenges Robin and the rules of the agency. Robin describes Belinda as “a bully” and not a team player. For example, Belinda and Robin had a conflict about a rule in the agency’s procedural manual that requires staff to work every other weekend. Belinda argued that it was unfair to force staff members to work every other weekend and that other similar agencies don’t have such policies. To prove her point, Belinda obtained a competing agency’s manual that supported her position and showed it to Robin.


Robin, who does not like confrontation, was frustrated by Belinda’s aggressive conflict style. Robin brought up the issue about weekends with Terry, and Terry supported her and the way the policy was written. In the end, Belinda did not get the policy changed, but both Belinda and Robin are sure there will be more conflicts to come.

Two other key staff members are Robin’s son, Caleb, who hires and trains most of the employees, and her son-in-law, James, who answers the phone and does scheduling. Robin says as a manager James does his work in a quiet, respectful manner and seldom causes problems. In addition to handling all the hiring and training, Robin relies on Caleb to troubleshoot issues regarding client services. For both James and Caleb, the job can become stressful because it is their phones that ring when a staff member doesn’t show up to a client’s for work and they have to find someone to fill in.

Caleb also says he is working hard to instill a sense of cohesiveness among the agency’s far-flung staff and to reduce turnover with their millennial-age staff members. Caleb says while the agency’s growth is seen as positive, he worries that the caring philosophy his mother started the agency with is becoming lost.


  1. Using the roles identified in Chaleff’s follower typology ( Figure 12.4 ), what roles do Terry, Belinda, Caleb, and James play at the agency?
  2. Using the “reversing the lens” framework ( Figure 12.6 ), explain how Caleb and James’s characteristics contribute to the followership outcomes at Bluebird Care.
  3. Terry and Robin have a unique relationship in that they both engage in leading and following. How do you think each of them views leadership and followership? Discuss.
  4. If you were an organizational consultant, what would you suggest to Robin that could strengthen Bluebird Care? If you were a followership coach, how would you advise Robin?



(#3) Figure 12.4

Chaleff Follower Typology

SOURCE: Adapted from “Creating new ways of following” by I. Chaleff, in R. E. Riggio, I. Chaleff, and J. Lipman-Blumen (Eds.), The Art of Followership: How Great Followers Create Great Leaders and Organizations (p. 71), 2008; permission conveyed through Copyright Clearance Center, Inc. Republished with permission of John Wiley & Sons.

  1. Resource (lower left quadrant), which exhibits low support and low challenge. This is the person who does just enough to get by.
  2. Individualist (lower right quadrant), which demonstrates low support and high challenge. Often marginalized by others, the individualist speaks up and lets the leader know where she or he stands.
  3. Implementer (upper left quadrant), which acts with high support and low challenge. Often valued by the leader, implementers are supportive and get the work done but, on the downside, fail to challenge the leader’s goals and values.
  4. Partner (upper right quadrant), which shows high support and high challenge. This style of follower takes responsibility for him- or herself and the leader and fully supports the leader, but is always willing to challenge the leader when necessary.

The Kellerman Typology

Kellerman’s (2008) typology of followers was developed from her experience as a political scientist and her observations about followers in different historical contexts. Kellerman argues that the importance of leaders tends to be overestimated because they generally have more power, authority, and influence, while the importance of followers is underestimated. From her perspective, followers are subordinates who are “unleaders,” by which she means they have little power, no position of authority, and no special influence.


(4). Figure 12.6

Reversing the LensSOURCE: From “Followership Theory: A Review and Research Agenda,” by M. Uhl-Bien, R. R. Riggio, R. B. Lowe, and M. K. Carsten, The Leadership Quarterly, 25, p. 98. Copyright 2014 by Elsevier. Reprinted with permission.

A hypothetical example of how the reversing the lens framework might work is the research a team is doing on employees and followership in a small, nonprofit organization. In this situation, researchers might be interested in how followers’ personality traits (e.g., introversion–extraversion, dogmatism) relate to how they act at work—that is, their style and work behavior. Researchers might also examine how employees’ behavior affects their supervisor’s leadership behavior or how the follower–leader relationship affects organizational outcomes. These are just a sample of the research questions that could be addressed. However, notice that the overriding purpose and theme of the study is the impact of followers on the followership process.

The Leadership Co-Created Process

A second theoretical approach, the leadership co-created process, is shown in Figure 12.7. The name of this approach almost seems like a misnomer because it implies that it is about leadership rather than followership. However, that is not the case. The leadership co-created process framework conceptualizes followership as a give-and-take process where one individual’s following behaviors interact with another individual’s leading behaviors to create leadership and its resulting outcomes. This approach does not frame followership as role-based or as a lower rung on a hierarchical ladder; rather, it highlights how leadership is co-created through the combined act of leading and following.


1.  You are given a nucleic acid sample with the following sequence:

AUGAAAGACCAGCGCUGA.  Is the sample RNA or DNA and how do you know?

2.  The three- letter mRNA nucleotide sequence that specifies an amino acid is called a _______.

3. Describe what would happen if AAA in the question 1 nucleic acid sequence is changed to AAG. Name the type of mutation and describe its effect on the primary structure (amino acid sequence) of the polypeptide ______________________

4.  Describe what would happen if GAC in the question 1 nucleic acid sequence is changed to GAG. Name the type of mutation and describe its effect on the primary structure (amino acid sequence) of the polypeptide ______________________

Types and effects of DNA mutations are described in Course Module 2 Commentary. A Genetic Decoder Table is posted in Week 2 topic Key Concept: DNA, RNA & the Genetic Code

Part B. Short answers

Answer the questions below as completely and as thoroughly as possible and where appropriate include a specific example to illustrate. Answer the questions in essay form (not as an outline or bullets) using complete sentences. You may use a diagram or table to supplement your answers, but a diagram or table alone without appropriate discussion will not be adequate for full credit. Reminder: All answers must be written in your own words and include complete and accurate citations for the sources you used to answer the question or that support your answer. 

5. What role do the existing strands of DNA play during the synthesis of the new DNA strands? Use the following sequence of double stranded DNA to illustrate how the existing and new strands are related after replication of the molecule (label which are the new and old strands).



6. RNA is synthesized on a DNA template in a process called ______ which utilizes the enzyme ______. Describe the events and molecules involved in this process. Use the DNA molecule in question 5 to illustrate and show the RNA product. [Hint: The template strand for transcription: 3ʹ-TACCCGAGGTTAGCCGACATC-5ʹ

7. Proteins are synthesized using mRNA as a template in a process called _____. Show the amino acid sequence for the mRNA sequence you determined in question 6.

8. Describe at least three functions of cell membranes.

9. In a table compare general structural similarities between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells related to the following patterns of organization: genetic organization, compartmentation, protein synthesis, and cell motility.

10. Name the four major classes of cellular organic macromolecules and their subunits. Describe the function of each of the four types of biologic macromolecules.

The Effects Of Drugs On A Man’s Reproductive System

There has been a lot of research on how teratogens cause genetic and congenital birth defects in babies. What are Teratogens?  They are anything that will interfere with the growth or development of a fetus. You will find article after article about the effects of women smoking, taking drugs, and drinking alcohol on developing babies.  But what happens if a man smokes, takes drugs, or drinks alcohol?  Can this harm a developing fetus?


  1. Write at least 200 words on this topic.
  2. Save and name your assignment “Week 1 Research Assignment”, then save on your computer.  This document will then be uploaded by clicking on “Browse my Computer”.
  3. Make sure to cite your sources in your assignment

Reflective Journal: Design and Analysis

 Reflective Journal: Design and Analysis


During your course of study in the M.Ed. program you have examined the importance of designing content that is aligned with organizational standards and organizational structure.

In this journal, you will reflect on these Master’s of Education program learning outcomes:

• Design: Construct theory-based instructional content in accordance with organizational requirements and regulatory standards.• Analysis: Analyze organizational structure, curricula, policies, procedures, standards, and assessment strategies of educational organizations, and determine effective means of compliance or innovation, problem solving, communication, and community building.


Write a 1–2 page paper in which you:

• Reflect on how you have grown in your ability to design instruction to align with a particular organizational structure.• Examine how your coursework in the M.Ed. program and your work experience have helped you to grow in the areas of design and analysis and how you have used or will use these competencies in your current or future position.• Attach one to three pieces of evidence or artifacts from your work environment to demonstrate your competencies in the areas of design and analysis (e.g., workshop documents of a presentation prepared and delivered to colleagues, documentation to show improved student scores or trainee performance, pictures of you using a pertinent form of technology in the classroom, and so on).• If you do not have any workplace artifacts, reflect upon your strengths and weakness for achieving the identified standard. Determine the main ways in which you might implement the standard and analyze the means by which you would assess the effectiveness of its implementation. (This will become your artifact submission.)

Note: When incorporating information from the workplace, be sure to remove all identifying information such as the name of the organization, the names of individual affiliates, and sensitive or proprietary information. Check with your supervisor before you share information from your workplace.

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Cooper Green Hospital and the Community Care Plan

Read Case 14: Cooper Green Hospital and the Community Care Plan. Answers the following questions.

Why do you think the components of this system are underutilized? (Please note that this is not just a problem of poor marketing and communication.)

What would you do to increase the utilization of these services and attract a greater mix of paying patients? State at least four steps or actions you would take for this.

Support your responses with examples in a 2-4 page APA formatted Word Document. Include an introduction and conclusion. Cite any sources in APA format.