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1477 days

 Date: 10/07/15 21:33   in : Psychology 

Scientology Scientology New Age Religion or Bizarre Cult? 1 Many people have heard of the revolutionary new religious practice called Scientology. However, the majority of people who have heard of it, have little knowledge of the principles and practices behind the religion. In fac...

 

1465 days

 Date: 10/20/15 01:37   in : Psychology 

Operating Definition of Organizational Behavior Operating Definition of Organizational Behavior In this paper I will discuss the definition of organizational behavior, and key elements, which constitutes the organizational behavior. The philosophy of organizational behavior on a ba...

 

1462 days

 Date: 10/22/15 12:55   in : Psychology 

The Concept of Greed Greed. It is one of the, if not the, most powerful forces on the planet. It manifests itself in all aspects of life, in all people living. It's a deadly sin, yet it cannot be stopped. So how would one outline and define such a powerful force? It's not as easy as ...

 

1466 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...

 

Mesmerism, Hypnotism And Spiritualism In Margaret Atwood’s Alias Grace 1. Dr. med Franz Anton Mesmer: (1734-1815), Austrian physician, known for inducing a trancelike state, called mesmerism, as a curative agent. Mesmer was born near Constance, Germany, and educated at the Unive...

 

1474 days

 Date: 10/10/15 08:53   in : Psychology 

The Attentional Blink Vision is arguably the most important sense for most human beings; and, as could be expected, several parts of the brain are involved in processing visual information (Bear, Connors, & Paradiso, 2001). As vision is the main provider of information about threats ...

 

1467 days

 Date: 10/17/15 18:55   in : Psychology 

Girls and STEM Research As one of PHS's high school counsellors, I see a tremendous amount of women that steer away from the science, technology, engineering, and Mathematics, (STEM) courses. It is extremely urgent that we start sparking interest in girls to find enjoyment in these c...

 

1459 days

 Date: 10/25/15 21:11   in : Psychology 

Physical Therapy Physical Therapy There are some jobs that are serious and some that are fun. There are some jobs that people will need motivation to go to that next level. The job that I chose has all those aspects. Physical therapy is a job where I could use my h...

 

1468 days

 Date: 10/16/15 11:27   in : Psychology 

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Introduction Nearly every child has moments of inattentiveness, restlessness, daydreaming or hyperactivity; but if a child exhibits these characteristics with great intensity and consistency then seriousness of the issues is suspected w...

 

1476 days

 Date: 10/08/15 08:46   in : Psychology 

The Great Mind of Rene Descartes Unlike earlier great thinkers, Rene Descartes was the first to view psychology as a form of science in its own way. Dissatisfied with what he was taught in school, he took a particular interest in studying psychology and its similarity to scientific p...

 

1465 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...

 

1470 days

 Date: 10/14/15 07:34   in : Psychology 

Ethics of Neuroprosthetics With the development of many disabilities that are physically and mentally debilitating, there has been an increase of research being done to help relieve the effects of these disabilities. One condition that has been looked into and researched is deafness ...

 

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 ...

 

1475 days

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

The Functions of Our Intelligence When intelligence is mentioned, people typically imagine books, high test scores, and Ivy league colleges. Similarly, others believe standardized test scores tell you how intelligent a person is, and your GPA is all that matters. However, intelligenc...

 

1468 days

 Date: 10/16/15 08:48   in : Psychology 

Color - Learning and Memory Abstract Ever wonder how we would function in a room painted all one color? In this study, we focused on the learning and memory capabilities of children in various elementary schools when placed in rooms painted in different color schemes. Our purpose was...

 

1474 days

 Date: 10/10/15 14:47   in : Psychology 

Ethics of Social Behavioral Research Abstract Social behavioral research can involve non-human animals and human subjects. Until 1960 social behavior was devoid of any concept regarding right and wrong method of conducting research. Subsequently code of ethics was developed for rese...

 

1467 days

 Date: 10/17/15 18:59   in : Psychology 

Why The President Should Study Psychology WHY THE PRESIDENT SHOULD STUDY PSYCHOLOGY Society is a relatively stable but complex system of parts; each part of the system contributes to the well being of the whole system. Society and culture largely determine the behavior of humans; ce...

 

1471 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...

 

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 ...

 

The Comprehensive Good - Contrasting Beliefs on Virtue While Classical Philosophy tangles with many questions, one could surmise from the readings that the universal goal of most (classical) philosophers was to answer the question "what is the best life?" A logical presumption would ...

 

1460 days

 Date: 10/24/15 09:17   in : Psychology 

The Downside of Marriage This document includes theories in regards to marriage in the modern age. Many young people today are no longer making the choice to marry. Young people today, especially woman, have more opportunities and getting married has become more a matter of persona...

 

1475 days

 Date: 10/09/15 13:04   in : Psychology 

Jainism Bhagwan Rishabhdevji The first of the 24 Tirthankars, Bhagwan Rishabhdevji was the opening for a long list of faultless souls. From his mother’s godly dreams before his birth to his achievements during his life, Rishabhdevji made everyone think. Born of Sri Nabhij...

 

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...

 

1475 days

 Date: 10/09/15 05:20   in : Psychology 

The Impact of Religion on Mental Health Abstract The purpose of this paper is to show the relation between religion and psychology. Religion is an essential part of this society. The thought of integrating faith and psychology use to be unthinkable. The two were viewed as separate en...

 

1463 days

 Date: 10/21/15 23:50   in : Psychology 

Arguments for the Bundle Theory I. Derek Parfit argues for the Bundle Theory, which states that we cannot explain the unit of consciousness through people, but rather as a series of mental states and events. Each one of these series constitutes a life, denying the existence of a pers...