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5 pages in length. The field of psychology is comprised of many subcategories in order to address various and distinct aspects in a more appropriate way. Forensic psychology is somewhat different from other sectors of the field by virtue of its intrinsic connection to the criminal justice system, an alliance that provides for better understanding of "the vast psychological perspectives" (Diviny et al, 2000) inherent to the law. More than that, however, is the fact that forensic psychology deals in myriad aspects of the legal component, not the least of which include helping to set policy and create laws, determining offender competency, establishing a defendant's mental condition at the time when the crime was committed, criminal profiling, attorney consultation for jury selection, treating mentally unstable offenders, acting as expert witness in court and "analyzing a criminal's mind and intent" (Diviny et al, 2000). Bibliography lists 5 sources.
11 pages in length. The fundamental composition of psychology encompasses such a vast array of components to address a specific situation that it is sometimes necessary to borrow from more than one application in order to realize holistic healing. At the same time, however, there are systems that already incorporate holism as a way in which to delve deeply within the human mind and fully achieve the desired objective, with humanistic and psychodynamic therapies occupying the top of the list. While Freud and Jung are directly related to the concept of psychodynamic psychology, Rogerian and Gestalt therapies represent two of the approaches most associated with humanistic psychology. Bibliography lists 13 sources.
6 pages in length. Establishing a personality theory that challenges those already in existence by such famous industry names as Freud, Ellis, Beck and Rodgers must incorporate a significant understanding of just how the field of psychology effectively encourages more than merely one approach. The practice of psychology, which stems from a portion of philosophy that addresses the issue of behaviorism, evolved into a significant discipline of its own. The writer discusses that through experiential introspection, psychology eventually came to represent the very essence of mental performance and, therefore, personality theory. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
This 3 page paper provides an overview of responses to a range of questions in the field of psychology. This paper is in two parts and answers the following:1. What are the advantages of classifying mental disorders into types and maintaining such taxonomy for clinical reference? Explain your answer. What are the disadvantages of classifying mental disorders into types and maintaining such taxonomy for clinical reference? Explain your answer. What is mesmerism and hypnosis? How would you evaluate mesmerism and hypnosis as techniques for use in treating mental disorders? Explain your answer. 2.What is evolution theory? How did the formulation of evolution theory impact the development of psychology as a formal discipline? What is the scientific method? How was the scientific method used in the early years of formal psychology? Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Industrial/organizational psychology is a huge subfield that began in the late 1880s. This essay reports the evolution of the subfield, including some of the major theorists. It also discusses why I/O should be considered a science and the influence it has had with an example. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
This is a 5 page paper discussing psychology and human nature over history. The development of psychology and the study of human nature evolved over two thousand years of philosophical theory. During the period of enlightenment scientific thought was beginning to be examined toward the field of the human mind in what was later termed the field of psychology. David Hume in the 1700s and his studies into human nature as a combination of sentimentalism and intellectualism were later revisited and refined by James and Wendt in the 1800s and discussed in relation to human will and conscious thought over actions by Dewey in the 1900s. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
This 10 page paper explains and discusses several neo-analysis theories and responds to questions about them. The EP neo-analytic theory of child development from birth to age 2; how Melanie Klein’s theory differed; self-psychology; Jungian typologies and writer’s type; preferred theory (Jung) and why; what ‘acting as if’ is; why Adlerians use early recollections; social interest according to Adler; Adler’s birth order; Individual psychology and diversity. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
A 4 page paper that summarizes and analyses an environmental event and how environmental psychology is reflected in the article. The article is “The Flood” by David Goodman. It is about the flood in Vermont in 2011. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
This 4 page paper responds to three questions: changes in family structure; populations most affected by these changes; effect of these changes on psychology. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
A 4 page essay/research paper that addresses questions that illustrate the usefulness of psychology as an environmental science. Bibliography lists 1 sources.
This 11 page paper provides an overview of the Jungian archetypes and considers the role that that they play in personality psychology. This paper considers the implications of those archetypes and the creation of type-based personality assessments. There are 6 sources cited.
This 7-page paper studies the effectiveness of fire alarm systems based on human psychology. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
A 4 page paper that traces the history of abnormal psychology. Examples are given from Biblical times and Ancient Greeks and the first lab and clinic in modern times. The essay comments on the three models: biological/medical, socio-cultural, and psychosocial. Bibliography lists 3 sources. PG701058.doc
This 8 page paper looks at the life and work of the psychologist Carl Rogers. The paper starts by looking at biographical information with an emphasis on the way his career developed. The paper then goes on to explain his main contributions towards clinical psychology, including the client centered approach. The bibliography cites 7 sources.
A 3 page paper that discusses major contributors to each of the four clinical psychology perspectives or models. The early leaders are identified and a brief explanation of the model is provided. At the end of the paper, the writer comments about the efficacy of personality testing in the workplace. Bibliography lists 1 source.
A 3 page paper. There are two parts in this paper. The first part explains the biopsychosocial model in clinical psychology. The second part discusses the differences in discussing a problem with an acquaintance, a friend, and a psychotherapist. Bibliography lists 1 source.
This 3 page research paper/essay focuses on the psychology of Mormon women by using the issue of abortion as an example of their deep Christian faith and dedication to moral standards. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
This is a 3 page paper that provides an overview of multiculturalism in psychology. The guidelines of the APA and AMCD are compared and contrasted. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
A 3 page paper that reports some of the ideas from two books: The Psychology of Terrorism and Bin Laden: The Man Who Declared War on America. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
A 5 page paper that begins with definitions of language and lexicon. The paper then discusses the key features of language, the four levels of language structure, and the role of language processing in cognitive psychology. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
This is a 7 page paper that provides an overview of social psychology. Various famous experiments such as Milgram and Zimbardo are examined in depth. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
A 3 page research paper that has 2 parts. The first part concerns the influence of media on global society and cross-cultural studies. The second half of the paper concerns what the student has learned from participating in a class on Cross-Cultural Psychology and her plans for the future. Bibliography lists 1 source.
A 5 page research paper that analyzes a literature review by Cuhadar and Dayton (2011) titled "The Social Psychology of Identity and Inter-group Conflict: From Theory to Practice." The writer offers summation, which relates content, methodology and results and then discusses analyzes the article's quality as a whole. Only the primary source is cited.
This 22 page paper provides an overview of the views of Carl Rogers, especially in regards to his humanistic psychology and his person-centered and client-centered approaches. There are 30 sources cited.
This 4 page paper provides an overview of two questions in psychology, one regarding Milgram's obedience experiments and the other relating to the "foot-in-the-door" phenomenon used by cults in recruiting members. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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