Outline and critically discuss Locke’s theory of personal identity. John Locke laid down the systematic groundwork of personal identity in the study of modern philosophy. Locke highlights his approach to the problem of personal identity in Chapter XXVII of the book II in An Essay concerning Human Understanding. This paper will explore the features that […]
Summarizes work on techniques of assertiveness training, setting goals, creating social network, sexuality.
Types, symptoms, diagnosis, causes, role of parents, traumas, assessment tools, medical & psychological treatments.
Demographics, theories on causes, psychoactive aspects, types, diagnosis, socioeconomic issues.
Covers the importance of play in the development of young children.
A detailed account of the phenomenon of teenage suicide and how to tackle the situation.
Influence of development of scientific methods & discoveries on shaping of theoretical, conceptual & ethical bases of psychology.
Analyzes the thought of Erich Fromm, who examined the psychological problems of freedom and the apparent desire of many individuals to relinquish their autonomy to an external leader or force.
A discussion of the theories of emotional intelligence and Goleman’s book of the same name.
This paper evaluates the paranormal phenomena of “people being able to read minds” or as it is more scientific called: “Extra sensory perception” (ESP), “precognition,” “controlled remote viewing” and “anomalous cognition.”
Purpose of psychoanalysis, basic theories, dream interpretation, focusing on his analysis of a dream of Leonardo da Vinci.
Theory, techniques, types, applications, examples of positive images used to promote healing, relaxation, cognitive restructuring and patient-therapist relationship.
An in-depth analysis of whether trauma in childhood may lead to the development of BPD.
Examines perpetrator’s predisposition to rape. Types (power, anger, sadistic), biogenetic & psychosocial forces, alcohol, role of perceptions & cognitions.
Diagnostic features (fear, mistrust, powerlessness, impulsivity, unstable self-image), treatment alternatives, childhood trauma, relationship with therapist.
Describes different stages of development that encourage and develop the reading ability in children.
An analysis of different methods of play therapy and their successes and failures when dealing with children.
A discussion of the novel depicting the pain and suffering of schizophrenia.
A discussion on Piaget’s and Bandura’s child development theories.
A paper which discusses to what extent one’s personality is influenced by one’s parents in early childhood.
This paper examines the physical and psychological affects that stress has on people’s lives.
Examining the history, diagnostic criteria, prevalence, types, effect on others, therapy and drugs.
This paper is an examination of psychological studies on the benefits and detriments of working teens.
This paper details the many ways in which a person can learn how to adapt rationally, emotionally, and to use behavioral tools for personal situations in this discussion of Albert Ellis’ book, A Guide to Rational Living.
A description of this drug and the disorder it is prescribed for – Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
Examines causes & effects of this obstacle to conditioning as factor in behavioral experimentation with animals & human learning.
This paper deals with a child’s ability to communicate without words. The author traces the development of the child through the first 44 months of life. `The earliest efforts of children to communicate are entirely nonverbal. At the beginning of the first two years of life, the child is unable to use language to express […]
A paper which studies learning styles, the right/left hemispheres of the brain and how these affect the higher order visual processing.
This paper looks at stress on the job, accidents that may occur as a result, and means of reducing pressures and increasing productivity.
Review of literature on psychology & physiology of clumsiness. Motor skills, feedback, coordination and treatment.
This paper illustrates the various theories of Gordon Allport and how they apply to Denis Rodman’s personality.
This paper provides an in-depth look at the disease anorexia nervosa, and the psychology behind the condition.
A discussion of the “Family Systems” theory and its use in multicultural counseling approaches.
This paper is an extensive review of Brief therapy (“Solution-Focused Brief Therapy”), which uses practical strategies to help clients make significant positive changes in their lives in a relatively short period of time.
A discussion of the ethics involved in aiding the poor at the expense of others, with reference to Garrett Hardin’s essay entitled Lifeboat Ethics: The Case of the Poor.
Examines studies on negative effects of stress on mind & body. Depression, heart problems, anxiety, anger, hormones; treatments.
Definition, psychiatric criteria, antecedents, diagnosis, types of disorders (panic, agoraphobia, obsession-compulsion), case studies, empirical referents.
This paper presents an argument against breast implants for teenagers.
This paper presents an in depth look at the authoritarian personality types and its defining characteristics. The author examines characteristics such as persuasion, the use of threat, cynicism and obsession with power. Includes details about genetics and environmental influences. “The contempt-respect dichotomy that is the essence of authoritarianism is difficult to observe “it is not […]
A detailed description of the ways that acute head trauma affects the brain.
A discussion on a study, conducted over the telephone consisting of a 20-minute interview with five participants on the ways in which men and women arrive at decisions about what is morally right and wrong.
Does the amount a child reads affect his writing ability at high school and college age?
Depressive disorder. Discussed in terms of symptoms, causes, medical & psychological treatments and diagnosis.
A paper which questions whether stress affects the memory of both genders equally.
Incidence, problems with data, schizophrenia, use & types of student mental health programs.
This paper examines the long-term effects of divorce on adults, children and families.