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The Social Construction of Personhood Psychology Case Study
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An analytical definition of a person is that he has recognition, existence and legal capacity under law. This definition usually includes the rights of the person and the duties and corresponding penalties if they are violated. The normative view recognizes a person as a significant member of society that has sufficient intelligence. 
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Cultural Competence in Designing Health Programs and Any Instructional Design Process Psychology Essay
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The studies about tobacco use which, known to many, is a great risk to anybody’s health and a problem which is preventable. The issue regarding the smoking cessation is serious because the behaviours involve here have health or mental health implications and require long-term attention and it affects a large number of the population globally. 
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Social Identity through Creating the Beautiful Body Psychology Coursework
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The concept of mutilation in one culture may be a source of great status and class within another. In understanding beauty and the sacrifices that are made for representing what is.  beautiful, it can be seen that most cultures have supported alterations of the body in order to attain the essence of beauty as it is defined within the social construct, creating identity and status through those sacrifices.
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Koumpounophobia and Depression as an Illness Psychology Assignment
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One realized that stress impacts personal performance through diverting thoughts and abilities to other trivial matters other than focusing efforts towards identified goals. For instance, in terms of students like me, pursuing diverse academic programs, stressors could significantly reduce effective performance and lessen productive outputs.
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The Narcissistic Transference and The Psychoanalytic Treatment of Narcissistic Personality Disorders Psychology Coursework
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Transference embodies one of the principal concepts of psychoanalysis and psychodynamic psychotherapy. In order to work with the patient towards better mental health, analysts spotlight the patients’ transference by exploring the feelings induced by the patient and patient’s resistance towards saying everything.
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Forensic Psychology Psychology Case Study
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The author states that the sexual assault act committed by Fijnie was disclosed by a 3 years old child who claimed to have been molested by the defendant. The allegation was further scrutinized by the child’s therapist after laying a suspicious mind based on the child’s absentia in church care.
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Visual and Auditory Misperceptions Psychology Assignment
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The author states that top-down theories suggest that what is already in the mind (what people are thinking) greatly influences the way that something is perceived to that individual. This is part of a theory known as constructivism, which suggests that cognition is what shapes the world. These factors play an important role in recognition.
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Critical Psychology and the Mainstream Theories in Power Psychology Term Paper
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Critical psychology has a different view of mainstream psychology. They believe that mainstream psychology has a narrow field for human welfare. The critical psychologist talks about the broader view and more fundamentally sound methods for human well being and social justice. (Fox D, Prilleltensky I. & Austin S, 1997)
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Neurotransmitter Models of Depression and Friths Neuropsychological Theory of Schizophrenia Psychology Assignment
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Atypical antipsychotic agents had been developed to resolve the problematic cases that cannot be resolved by typical agents.  These issues include problems such as those related to efficacy, failure to improve negative symptoms and adverse effects caused by agents such as extrapyramidal symptoms (EPS) and tardive dyskinesia (CTD)
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Different Theories of Information Processing Psychology Assignment
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There are underlying similarities that link the two approaches rather strongly and suggest that, despite the details, the bases are strongly connected by fundamental principles of human development. The information processing approach focuses on explaining the changes in cognitive development through interactions with the world.
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A Model of Motivation Psychology Case Study
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To activate a particular higher-order need which then will channel human behavior, an individual must first satisfy the more basic needs in the hierarchy. These basic needs are primary drives such as the need for food, water, sleep, sex and others which put these lower-needs into the realm of physiological needs.
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The Positive and Negative Aspects of Fear Psychology Assignment
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People who put fear in other people try to convince them that harm would come to them or to the ones they are concerned about if they do not change their attitudes or behavior. Sometimes people also have the fear of the unknown that is they do not know what going to happen in the future and they start to fear it.
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The Importance of Mathematics in Plato Philosophy Psychology Coursework
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Platonism is any view that, in essence, takes abstract entities as real entities, and not, as many in the time before the 20th century would say, imaginary. Mathematical objects are eternal and unchanging, and the mathematical principles we derive cannot be any different. Mathematics expresses the truth and structure of worldly phenomenon;
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Personal Model of Crisis or Time-limited Counselling Psychology Case Study
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Clients come to the counsellor or get referred based on a variety of reasons. It could be due to a range of misdemeanours in school, marital concerns, developmental disorder, and the like. However, there are events in one’s life that need immediate attention given the severity of the situation experienced. 
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Understanding Facial Expressions Psychology Case Study
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In a 1995 study, Essa and Pentland attempted to develop new and more accurate “representations for facial expressions by building a video database of facial expressions and then probabilistically characterizing the facial muscle activation associated with each expression using a detailed physical model of the skin and muscles”. 
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Grief, Mourning and Bereavement Psychology Case Study
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Mark should be assisted in accepting the reality of Matt’s death to stop him from denying the fact of the loss. Mark continues to retain attachment with Matt by continuing the house that Matt started to build. This would forever put Matt in Mark’s memory and deny him the acceptance of reality. He still exhibits prolonged denial or delayed emotional response.
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Issues in Psychotherapy with Military Families Psychology Essay
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The video discussed male service members and how to approach them for psychotherapy. Ballenger pointed out that men do not seek psychotherapy unless they are coerced to do so by their spouses or some other influence outside the military. Male service members are not taught to show emotional difficulties, weakness or dependence. Instead, they are to show independent action but in helping others.
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Psychology for Health and Human Services Psychology Assignment
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The author states that happiness seems to be a changing emotion. Sometimes we see it in other people, and sometimes we do not; others often manifest with greater feelings and happiness and others do not. Happiness is also felt differently by different people. Some feel happy just by experiencing simple and inexpensive things.
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Analysis of Psychology Case Psychology Assignment
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When Amanda was forced to face stress, maybe from her workplace, or from some personal matters, she was forced to undergo mood disorder or depression. As pointed out earlier, while diagnosing and providing treatment, the biopsychosocial model deals with different aspects of the human body, mind and external factors. 
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Psychology: Stress Management Psychology Essay
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The level of stress depends on the workers’ attitude also. An immediate change in the workplace, a demanding boss, and a change in the nature of works can constitute job stress. Whatever may be the level of stress, whoever is the stressed person, whichever is the stressing situation there are possible strategies to tackle them.
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Motivation Concepts Table and Analysis Psychology Coursework
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O'Neal (2008) further stated that "In the absence of solid relational rewards, premium pay is a necessity. However, pay alone cannot sustain a competitive advantage." This is true in the present day where competition is the watchword of every company. In reality, relational rewards concentrate on learning and developing and the work environment.
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Comparison of Professional Counselling and Helping Relationships Psychology Coursework
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Man is a social animal. In a society, we achieve our objectives by taking from others what we need and offering them what we have. In order to achieve our objectives, both materialistic and otherwise, we interact with each other and this interaction lays the basis of human relationships. We are linked to each other with a chain of relations.
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Sociocultural Psychology: On Child-Rearing Practices Psychology Assignment
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The author states that a sociocultural perspective is a modern tool used to examine the processes and factors involved in the child’s mental and psychological development. It posits that society and culture influence the child’s growth and progress. The practices of child-rearing show how the environment shapes the character and habit of the individual.
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Metaphor of Visual Attention and Classical Conditioning Learning Psychology Assignment
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There are several factors that can influence the extent to which classical conditioning will take place in various situations. As several scholars expected, the investigation of classical conditioning can become rather complicated through the inclusion of these various factors, and learning scholars have studied a great deal of it over the years. 
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The Effect of Divorce on Family Psychology Case Study
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The separation between two spouses puts a very negative impact on both genders. The problems, which arise for most of the divorced men, include emotional adjustment problems, loss of intimacy, depression, and social stress. “Men are usually confronted with greater emotional adjustment problems than women”. 
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Critical Thinking Autobiography Psychology Coursework
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When I explained the matter to the authority, it was readily made available and explosive situation was diffused amicably. Thus one can conclude that modules of critical thinking become highly crucial factors in the contemporary environment of the technology-driven business and multicultural society.
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Understanding Child Psychology Psychology Coursework
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Based on the attachment theory of Bowlby, during the early stages of development attachment and bond are created based on the time spent with the child. (Miggett, 2006) As Amy's mother was working ever since she was born, Amy has developed a deep attachment with her grandmother, as she spent the most time with her in her infancy.
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Stereotyping: Social Psychology Psychology Article
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Even though the producers and writers of children's animation may have good intentions, but their efforts are failing as stereotypes are continuously surfacing. Therefore, filmmakers also need to be made aware of the impact racial stereotyping has on children and how to take appropriate measures to overcome it.
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Cognitive Development in Childhood Psychology Assignment
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The paper looks carefully into the relevance of cognitive development during this age upon the development of other areas and skills of the child. Cognition is a term referring to the mental processes of thought of a human being. Such processes include memory, visual processing, problem-solving, decision making, and above all, language.
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Arguments for Ethical Egoism Psychology Case Study
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Arguments for ethical egoism may be pursued in these lines: The conflicts that arise when each individual seeks his own ends can be resolved only if everyone voluntarily gives up some of their wishes. This implies that by allowing others to pursue their best interest, one’s self-interest is often best pursued so that liberty is equal.
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The Experiences of Boys and Girls in the Context of a Romantic Relationship Psychology Case Study
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Studies on romance include the studies of social scientists who unearthed evidence of physiological responses manifested by heightened hormones in new romances. Who usually experience the stirrings of first romances have become popular subjects/ participants in some researches on conceptualizations/ expectations in romantic relationships
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Threat of Gambling Addiction Psychology Coursework
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Proximity and opportunity appear to be important here since there are fewer casinos in the U.K than in the U.S. Availability to the activity, then, must be considered when studying addictive habits in different cultures, and a close eye should be kept on an alarming rise in gambling habits as online gambling sites proliferate.
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An Evaluation of the Role That the Principles of Behaviour Therapy Have to Play in Clinical Hypnosis Psychology Article
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Hypnotherapy could be a valuable adjunct to some modes of behavioral therapy. Deepening the relaxation or making the images more vivid does not affect the outcome. The role that behavior therapy has in clinical hypnosis is that it provides the various methods of therapy which when combined with hypnosis forms an effective form of psychotherapy. 
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Forensic Mental Health Psychology Coursework
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Banks, Pandiani and Boyd (2009) further the research of Cummins and focused on how the criminal justify system either criminalized or diverted adults who had a mental health disorder. What they found was that within the mentally ill population, in the age group of 18-24, there were more incarcerations than in the general population.
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Freuds The Future of an Illusion Psychology Book Report/Review
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The author states that there is nothing wrong with the perpetuation of that illusion, if illusion simply refers to, as Freud said, wishes of the helpless child. After all, that is precisely the object of religion: to seek the love and help of an omnipotent and omniscient Supreme Being, both feared and admired.
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The Discourses of Psychology and History Psychology Essay
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The method of gathering information, in this case, will not be coming under scrutiny since it is merely examining what was written; the analysis, in this case, will be the only thing held up to scrutiny as in a paper written for a history class.  We can see that while psychology and history have seemingly differing methods of discourse, they are not so different as to not have any overlaps.
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Physiological Factors While Dealing With Health Issues Psychology Report
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Physiology is the science of life and the study of how living things work. It is the basis of the biomedical sciences, and is characteristically analytical, experimental, investigative and quantitative (Merrill, 2008). In the twenty-first century, the challenge for the physiologist is to study the mechanisms of life integratively, from the molecular to the organ system levels.
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Do Violent Video Games Affect Behaviour Psychology Assignment
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The author states that video games are all kinds that are famous between children and adolescents on the basis of their usage of enhanced technology and diversity. People have shown interest in all kinds of video games and violent games are one of them. The parents stop their children to stay away from all kinds of violence.
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Youth Aggression and Violence: A Psychological Approach Psychology Assignment
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As authorities are fast to propose retribution as a form of punishment for the control of juvenile delinquency, even though many studies show that imprisoning young offenders, especially in an adult facility, can lead to the development of a serious criminal career and to further victimization, this would not be an advised method of ‘treating’ Bradley (Onwudiwe, 2004). 
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Learning and Memory Process Psychology Assignment
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The incentive or reward would increase the pace at which a task would be done by him/her. At the same time, the respondent feels that this is a selfish attitude. This motivation seems to be in conflict with the interviewee’s desire to look forward to the future in a positive mental frame as he has seen his mother do.
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Weight Control as a Key to Self Improvement Psychology Thesis
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As a result of this research, it is my intention to set a program for myself to systematically lose weight. This will include increasing my activity level through regular exercise, eating sensibly (that is, making sure I choose healthy and balanced meals), and finding inner peace by enrolling in a yoga class. 
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Cognitive Psychology And Its Implications Psychology Case Study
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Since children are the future builders of a nation, the deprivations and miseries faced by them may lead them towards mental retardation, crimes, perversion, and total deterioration. Researches prove the very fact that inadequate and improper resources are a serious hurdle in children's mental growth and neurocognitive development.
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Maternal Employment and Child Well-Being Psychology Literature review
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Based on the study undertaken by different authors and academic groups, there is a significant relationship between maternal employment and child development. There are studies that present a negative side on the basis of the need of the children for primary care during the early part of life and formative years. 
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Key Concepts of Counseling Psychology Psychology Assignment
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The clients who could be empowered to have good success in every area of their life would be those who are able to recognize that the power lies within them to improve their lot in life. Those individuals with the ability to learn new ideas and ways of thinking and adopt them as their own can be helped from adopting the principles of this theory. 
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Counseling and Methadone in Treatment of Substance Abuse Psychology Term Paper
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One of the drawbacks of counseling is that the effectiveness of intervention mainly depends upon the willingness of the patient. The unwilling or uncooperative patients will not be able to draw benefit from counseling, the simple reason being that a fair amount of effort is needed at the patient’s end to be successful in the treatment.
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Suicidal Behaviour: Nature, Nurture and Genetic Factors Psychology Term Paper
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There are many factors that can increase the risk of suicide in an individual or can trigger suicidal behavior. The vulnerability of suicidal behavior involves interactions between genetic factors, personality traits, and environmental factors. Adverse childhood experiences and sexual abuse in parent and child increases the risk of suicidal acts.  
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The Image of Fetish Psychology Essay
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The couple appears to be bare from mid-chest to head, and Crane leaves it to the viewer’s imagination as to what is below the sand line in the hole. The young woman, blonde, innocent with the look of a debutante, his head slightly bent, and what can perhaps be described as a look of mild distress (or is it lust, you be the judge).
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Special Emphasis: Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy Psychology Term Paper
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The client who is more likely to recover using REBT is the one whose rational abilities are subject to a positive influence from the power of suggestion and there is a desire and will to improve oneself. The client needs to be relatively free of any neurological pathology which needs intervention with drugs.
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Cognitive Behavior Therapy and the Humanistic Approach Psychology Report
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A comparison of these two approaches shows that the Cognitive Behavior approach is a short term therapy that focuses upon adjusting the thought patterns of the patients, however, the humanistic approach is more long term and is geared towards improving the inner well being of the patients on a long term basis. While the Cognitive approach offers a more structured approach.
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Organizational Analysis from the Perspectives of Organizational Learning, Psychodynamics, and Complexity Theories Psychology Essay
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Each individual is a unique package. Each package has its own belief system, family background, experiences, perceptions, etc.  Now picture an assortment of packages under a wonderfully-decorated Christmas tree. They are bound to be clustered with some standing out and some, subtly existing under more attractive packages.   
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