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1463 days

 Date: 10/21/15 10:44   in : Psychology 

Why We Act the Way We Do I decided to examine my life using the cognitive perspective because I'm easily able to relate my choices in life, to the way cognitive thinking is applied, and under the umbrella of the cognitive perspective, stand Piaget's theories, directive therapy techni...

 

1467 days

 Date: 10/17/15 06:43   in : Psychology 

P.T.S.D Directed Forgetting of Trauma Cues in Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse With and Without Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Children that are in sexual abuse situations are smaller and not as powerful as their predator. In some cases these predators might be family...

 

1468 days

 Date: 10/16/15 14:16   in : Psychology 

Eating Dirorder and Body Image "Looks don't matter; beauty is only skin-deep." We hear these sayings everyday, and yet we live in a society that seems to contradict this very idea. If looks don't matter, then why does the media use airbrushing to hide any flaws that a person has? If...

 

1475 days

 Date: 10/09/15 04:54   in : Psychology 

Generalized Anxiety Disorder Background Anxiety is a normal part of daily life. When anxiety becomes overwhelming and troubling to one's life it can lead to Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD). According to Comer (2014) generalized anxiety disorder is characterized by persistent and ...

 

1467 days

 Date: 10/17/15 12:21   in : Psychology 

Book Report Book Report for I Never Promised You A Rose Garden I Never Promised You A Rose Garden, by Joanne Greenberg, is a partly autobiographical book about a young girl named Deborah. Deborah is lost in the complicated world of schizophrenia. The book offers the reader some...

 

1463 days

 Date: 10/22/15 02:04   in : Psychology 

The Pholosophy of Singer The Philosophy of Singer In “Famine, Affluence, and Morality,” Peter Singer makes a case for the universal application of a Judeo-Christian morality through his advocating of denying ones self for the sake of others. Ultimately, his claims hinge upon ...

 

1473 days

 Date: 10/11/15 19:25   in : Psychology 

Defense Mechanisms and Sigmund Freud Sigmund Freud is often considered to be the father of psychology. He's the mind behind the concept that every human has an id, ego, and superego. The id is a person's animalistic desires and wants in the world. The superego is the oppressor of the...

 

1473 days

 Date: 10/11/15 16:16   in : Psychology 

Love - Illusion or Reality? “Love can sometimes be magic. But magic can sometimes... just be an illusion,” Javan. One of the biggest questions lying at the root of human curiosity is whether love is real or merely an illusion. In our day-to-day lives, it can be very difficult to dra...

 

1471 days

 Date: 10/13/15 21:12   in : Psychology 

Othello William Shakespeare’s Othello is a tragic play regarding jealousy and its decomposing effects on the human psychology. The title character is a noble, highly ranked idealistic general. Due to jealousy, Othello transforms into a raging, uncontrollable murderer, in the desper...

 

Curing Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Studies in the Prevent INTRODUCTION Psychologists have been dreaming about the idea of a cure for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) for ages. Today, this vision is becoming more of a reality. The idea of intervention following a traumatic ...

 

1470 days

 Date: 10/14/15 14:57   in : Psychology 

Criticism of Shame Criticism of Shame Shame, published in 1983, a year before his most famous work The Satanic Verses, presents a fabulistic account in a country that disturbingly represents Pakistan. Critically, Shame is compared to Midnight’s Children because the of its resemb...

 

1471 days

 Date: 10/13/15 15:29   in : Psychology 

Is the human being rational or not 1. Introduction The neo-classical finance theory which is onset of Markowitz¡¯s portfolio selection theory(1952) is mostly based on the following assumptions: The investors¡¯ behavior are completely rational, the actions of all the investors a...

 

1477 days

 Date: 10/07/15 16:11   in : Psychology 

Deviance A person would be considered to be acting deviantly in societ... A person would be considered to be acting deviantly in society if they are violating what the significant social norm in that particular culture is. What causes humans to act certain ways is a disputed topic ...

 

1471 days

 Date: 10/13/15 09:40   in : Psychology 

The Responsibilty of Motherhood Motherhood change the woman's lives in the book something like beautiful. It causes the women to act responsible to the new life they now have to care for and to become protective of themselves and the child, because they no longer wish to live in pain...

 

1465 days

 Date: 10/19/15 13:38   in : Psychology 

Video Game Violence “Frank, Betty, you’re right on time. Please come in,” Glenna asked as she and her husband Chris greeted their long time friends at the door. “Dinner is about ready, please have a seat,” Glenna invited as she hustled to the kitchen. “Can I help at al...

 

1463 days

 Date: 10/21/15 06:42   in : Psychology 

Brief summary and review of Consilience In Consilience, Edward O. Wilson, holds the definition and context of the title. Defining the word consilience as the interconnections between areas of knowledge, Wilson shows the bridge of natural sciences to the social sciences and appeals t...

 

1458 days

 Date: 10/26/15 19:41   in : Psychology 

Catcher in the Rye Controversy Catcher in the Rye is without a doubt a controversial book. Many of the items contained may be seen as inappropriate or morally wrong to some people, but I do not think this a correct judgment of this literary masterpiece. Explained here will be the ...

 

1472 days

 Date: 10/13/15 01:49   in : Psychology 

Comparisons of Self Imaging Women and issues dealing with self-perception have gone hand in hand since the beginning of time. Many authors express their points of view about the self-perception of the female sex through various outlets, such as songs, poems, short stories, and even...

 

1469 days

 Date: 10/16/15 02:36   in : Psychology 

A Critical Review of Marlow’s lie to the Intended While I collected an abundance of research about the lie to the Intended, I was obviously not able to obtain everything ever written on the subject, and had certain restrictions during the research period as well. I had approximatel...

 

To what extent and in what ways did intellectual development The period 1880-1920 is noted for its extraordinary imagination and creativity in the arts and in human thought. Western society had began to question and abandon many cherished values and beliefs that had guided it ...

 

1458 days

 Date: 10/26/15 21:28   in : Psychology 

Stress Managment Stress is a part of life that everyone deals with at one time or another. Everyone has different levels of stress and different coping mechanisms. According to Trevor Powell in the book Free Yourself from Harmful Stress. Stress is a positive force that enables you to...

 

1470 days

 Date: 10/14/15 19:33   in : Psychology 

Holocaust Survivors The Psychological Affects of the Holocaust The Holocaust was a tragic point in history which many people believe never happened. Others who survived it thought it should never have been. Not only did this affect the people who lived through it, it also affected e...

 

1474 days

 Date: 10/11/15 03:15   in : Psychology 

affermative action Dhaval Patel EWRT 1A Affirmative Action Two words that can bring about emotionally charged debates on the validity of this policy. Is it a fair practice, as proponents argue, or simply a form of reverse discrimination? It is not always been easy to decide on t...

 

1468 days

 Date: 10/16/15 15:17   in : Psychology 

Evolutionary Perspective on Popular Culture Evolution and evolutionary theory are widely discussed and debated topics in today's society. When the topic of evolution is discussed, the conversation often includes: Darwin, his ideas about how species evolved over time and the implicati...

 

1471 days

 Date: 10/13/15 19:47   in : Psychology 

piaget INTRODUCTION Jean Piaget, a Swiss psychologist and early childhood educator, made significant distributions to early childhood education developmental psychology especially in the areas of the developments of children’s thought, cognition and language (Ornstein & Levine, 1...