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1491 days

 Date: 10/19/15 01:31   in : Psychology 

John Locke and Politics Introduction The assignment is based on the whole character sketch of John Locke and what he felt about almost everything in the spheres of Politics. He was the founder of utilitarianism and that is one of the most important in a democracy. He is one of the fe...

 

1491 days

 Date: 10/19/15 23:21   in : Psychology 

Significance In order for something to spark my curiosity, it has to be by a significant event, usually over time. Many people question my love of neuroscience, because of my other traits. They think I can publicly speak so well, that I’m so well versed in politics, or clever about...

 

1499 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...

 

1497 days

 Date: 10/13/15 12:06   in : Psychology 

Putting an End to Animal Suffering Animal mistreatment in the pharmaceutical industry has gone too far, causing the deaths of many animals. Animals in every way are mistreated and Americans should put a stop to it. Animals to an extent are just like humans; they have feelings and fam...

 

1497 days

 Date: 10/13/15 12:37   in : Psychology 

Becoming a pshychologist I have always wondered about human behavior. Why does this person scream when he is angry? Why does that person cry? Whenever I see someone who looks confused or discouraged, I sometimes wonder what the disturbance is and if there is anything I could do t...

 

1484 days

 Date: 10/26/15 10:51   in : Psychology 

Art in Classical Greece Art and architecture flourished during the period of Classical Greece. Many new art forms and ideas were developed during this wonderful time. Greek paintings became more realistic in depth and perc...

 

1500 days

 Date: 10/10/15 03:40   in : Psychology 

A Modern, Brave New World A Modern, Brave New World To predict the future of a society can be an impossible feat, however Huxley’s Brave New World and his insightful predictions of the future are astonishingly accurate in several areas of our own society; his predictions in reg...

 

1489 days

 Date: 10/21/15 03:07   in : Psychology 

America And The Silicone Epidemic America and the Silicone Epidemic Turn on the television, or pick up almost any magazine, and you’ll be bombarded by images of slim, sexy, voluptuous, models, with flawless complexion and perfect hair. “So what’s the problem with that”, you...

 

1494 days

 Date: 10/16/15 04:46   in : Psychology 

Comfort Women of World War II COMFORT WOMEN: Mass controversy has arisen over whether or not the Japanese military instituted sexual slavery for its troops during the World War II. Did sexual slavery exist, and should the female victims be compensated for the crimes committed aga...

 

1502 days

 Date: 10/08/15 09:47   in : Psychology 

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Abstract Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) affects many children and their families in the United States. ASD presents with a wide range of symptoms, and the severity of each can differ from child to child. Diagnosing a child with ASD is not the simplest o...

 

1493 days

 Date: 10/18/15 01:29   in : Psychology 

Humanism in Education There are many theories in education that have been drawn from psychology some of these have to do with teaching and others with learning. Humanism is one theory that has been used in both teaching and learning. Humanism is a belief that that individuals control...

 

1500 days

 Date: 10/10/15 20:57   in : Psychology 

Aggressive behaviour in siamese fighting fish Abstract The present study looks at the aggressive behavior of male Siamese fighting fish (Betta splendens). These fish show four types of aggressive behavior: fin flare, gill flare, charging, and biting to visual stimuli. The first ...

 

1489 days

 Date: 10/21/15 15:14   in : Psychology 

Observation: Female Toddler Today I'm using my husband's granddaughter for my observation paper. She is a rambunctious little thing and she is adorable as they come. I had the pleasure of having her with me for about 4 days. She got into everything! She is very spoiled and doesn't li...

 

Advantages and Disadvantages of Employing Part-time and Temp List and justify the advantages and disadvantages to an organisation of employing part-time and temporary workers Introduction In this essay I will be discussing what, if any, are the advantages and disadvantages of...

 

1492 days

 Date: 10/18/15 20:10   in : Psychology 

Violent VIdeo Games Is it live or is it Nintendo? Many years ago children indulged in the simplest forms of entertainment. They derived fun and excitement by playing with such things as jump ropes, bicycles, and swing sets. Now, as time and technology have advanced, our children h...

 

The Writings Of American History From The Puritans To The Present Contemporary American historians write about almost everything that has affected nearly everybody. They write about agriculture, housework, illness, leisure, banking systems, sever systems, etc. Their new history tou...

 

1502 days

 Date: 10/08/15 09:04   in : Psychology 

Erik Erikson Erik Erikson Today, the American psychoanalyst, Erik Erikson is best known as the “Architect of Identity”, and the “Father of Psychosocial Development”. Erikson is a Freudian ego-psychologist, meaning that he accepts Freud’s ideas as basically correct, alth...

 

1494 days

 Date: 10/16/15 17:27   in : Psychology 

College of Choice I am not the most informed individual on colleges in general. I realize that it is an extremely significant factor in my future. I know that if I am to pursue a reasonably acceptable life of success, then this is the undisputed path upon which I must journey. I u...

 

1493 days

 Date: 10/17/15 08:56   in : Psychology 

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: Children and Trauma Most children suffering with trauma are in immediate need of good psychological care. Fortunately, due to years of research and in-depth case studies, many helpful treatments are available to assist the psychiatrist or therapist and t...

 

1496 days

 Date: 10/14/15 08:41   in : Psychology 

Qualitative and Quantitative Research A strong debate within the field of psychology, and that of the social sciences more generally, has existed almost as long as the field itself; qualitative versus quantitative research methods. Research is presented as distinctly qualitative or q...

 

1504 days

 Date: 10/06/15 02:51   in : Psychology 

nursing leadership For decades researchers have tried to define the characteristics of leaders and to determine a blueprint for producing effective leaders. Often the success of organizations and companies has been attributed to a particular leader or the leadership style in which th...

 

1488 days

 Date: 10/22/15 14:46   in : Psychology 

Piaget's Theory of Cognitive Development "[Jean Piaget] is one of the most influential of living thinkers. His ideas about the development of cognition in children are affecting research, preschool programs, methods of parenting, curriculum planning, and many other areas of psycholo...

 

1504 days

 Date: 10/06/15 09:25   in : Psychology 

Freud and Civilization Freud and Civilization Born Sigismund Schlomo Freud on May 6, 1856 no one could have known that the child would grow to become one the most influential figures of the twentieth century. Freud was born in the town of Freiberg once apart of Austria but now l...

 

1499 days

 Date: 10/11/15 01:37   in : Psychology 

Science and Technology in Brave New World In the 1930's, Aldous Huxley wrote his novel “Brave New World." It was in this time, when the world made the first steps towards huge scientific and technological advances. These advances were not only seen as evidence for progress, but what ...

 

1497 days

 Date: 10/13/15 19:07   in : Psychology 

The Art of Employee Negotiation Let's face it, we negotiate every day and everyone is a negotiator. Life is an endless series of interactions requiring some sort of negotiation along the way. We are confronted on a daily basis with countless situations. We are called on to negotiate,...