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Psychology of Adjusment
Keller-Schleeter, Vicky
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Braeden Diffendorfer on Monday February 15, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 1611 at Rochester Community and Technical College taught by Keller-Schleeter, Vicky in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 20 views. For similar materials see Psychology of Adjusment in Psychlogy at Rochester Community and Technical College.


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Date Created: 02/15/16
Psychology of Adjustment; Applying the Concepts Assignment 1; Chapters 1: Total 10 points Always use complete sentences, correct spelling, college level writing, etc., to complete your work. Submit your work in one document to D2L Brightspace by the due date. Chapter 1: Developing Sound Study Habits – 5 points Learning how to develop sound study habits is imperative for each college student. It is important to determine ahead of time specific times and days in which you will study and complete class assignments. Documenting these times serves as a reminder to you and increases the chances of your academic success. Reference: page 16; Figure 1.7. In this assignment, you will complete the Activity Schedule FOR ONE WEEK that corresponds to your specific courses, work schedule, family commitments, and other priority commitments. After you have created your Activity Schedule, use it to regulate your time more efficiently. This is an effective way to decide, in advance, when you are able to work on college course assignments. Keep in mind that this is a working schedule that may be adjusted weekly throughout the semester, if you choose. Submit to your instructor through D2L Brightspace Dropbox your Activity Schedule by the due date. Oxford Happiness Questionnaire – 5 points Take and score the Oxford Happiness Questionnaire (you can find this uploaded on D2L Brightspace). Answer the following questions: 1) What is your current level of happiness according to the questionnaire? (List the interpretation of score that you received.) 4.62 2) Read the summary statement on the questionnaire that relates to your level of happiness according to the score you received. In your opinion, does the summary statement adequately reflect your feelings of happiness? Why or why not? Expand on your answer. Yes I believe that I am somewhat happy or satisfied with life. Things such as the stress of high school finals and the start of two college classes are making me feel as though my level of happiness has not been as high as usual. 3) Think of 5 factors that are important to your own happiness. Rank these factors in order from 1 to 5 with 1 being the most important. 1- Support from family and friends 2- Good grades and education 3- Stable job and future career (CNA now and hopefully R.N) 4- Current financial situation (money to freely spend) 5- Easy transportation ( my own car) 4) Review pages 12-14 in your textbook. How do the 5 factors that you listed as being important to your personal happiness (question 3) correspond to the text information (i.e. “What is very important?” “What is somewhat important?” ‘What isn’t very important?”) The books list of things that contribute to happiness compared to mine was somewhat similar. Money was towards the bottom of the list for both along with family and work. However intelligence or grades were the opposite, I believe in intelligence because it can further expand your field of careers to create a better outcome. 5) Do you agree with the Oxford Happiness Questionnaire results? Why or why not? (In other words, how do you rank your current level of happiness?) If you are not satisfied with your level of happiness, what can you do to increase this level? I agree with the rating this questionnaire gave me. At the moment I do not feel as happy as the statement but I believe that is just school induced at the moment. I myself would rank myself around a 4 if I was given a scale 1 out of 6. Ways that I could increase my level of happiness is plan out my assignment or daily life more so that I allow enough space to be academically successful. Submit your answers for the Oxford Happiness Questionnaire questions 1-5 to your instructor through D2L Brightspace by the due date.


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