Use your textbook Essentials of Psychology (eBook) to complete your Case Study.

Use your textbook Essentials of Psychology (eBook) to complete your Case Study. Read the following case studies in your textbook and answer the questions in your text: Case Study 1: “The Woman Who Dreams of Stress,” after Module 14. Case Study 2: “John Buckingham, the New Guy on the Job,” after Module 43 The answers to both Case Study 1 and Case Study 2 written in complete sentences Format your paper using a standard font, such as Times New Roman, 12 point, double-spaced. Set the margins at a standard 1 inch on all sides. Since you’ve given your information on the cover sheet, no header is necessary.For the body of your paper, make a clear distinction when you’re answering the questions about Case Study 1 and answer questions 1–5 in complete sentences. Then move on to Case Study 2 and continue in the same format. For clarity, please include each question from the case study prior to your response. For each questin, your answer will be about a paragraph long.
Case study 1: The Women who dreams of stress (1)Arlene is worried that her recent dream experiences indicate that something is wrong with her. If you were Arlene’s friend and wanted to reassure her, how would you help her to understand the normal experience of sleep and dreams?(2)Which theory of dreaming seems to best explain Arlene’s disturbing dreams, and why?(3)How might meditation help Arlene?(4)If you were Arlene’s health care provider, how would you advise her to overcome her insomnia?(5)What are some effects on Arlene of her high caffeine intake? What would happen if she just suddenly stopped drinking coffee and energy drinks? How would you advise her to modify her caffeine use? Case Study 2: “John Buckingham, the New Guy on the Job,”(1)What does the behavior of John’s co-workers toward John suggest about their attributions for his initial manner of dress? (2)Describe the kinds of biases that might have affected John’s co-workers as they formed impressions of him on his first day. Could they have been using a faulty schema to understand him? Is there evidence of the halo effect? (3)Explain why John changed his manner of dress so soon after starting his new job. What processes were likely involved in his decision to do so? (4)John’s co-workers seemed very hesitant to“warm up” to John. How would you explain to John their initial reluctance to like him very much? (5)If you were the human resources director for this company, what strategies could you employ to prevent experiences like John’s? How would you justify the implementation of these strategies to the company president?

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