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Abnormal Psychology

A Clockwork Orange (film) is examined in terms of Freudian theory.

Please help with these problems about abnormal psychology. Provide at least 200 words. 1) Based on Freud's Psychosexual stages, what stage is he fixated on? Explain 2) If you had to diagnose Alex with a personality disorder based on his behaviors and beliefs, which one would you choose? Explain.

identical and fraternal twins

What are ways that behavior genetics uses twin studies to understand the effects of hereditary and the environment? response is 596 words plus references


How is the field of psychology similar to other sciences? How is it different? Do you believe that psychology should be classified as a science? What are the advantages and disadvantages to being classified as a science? response is 478 words plus a reference

Case conceptualization

In a counseling setting, what are some of the factors or variables that would be most pertinent or helpful in working up a case conceptualization? How does one's level of cultural competence influence the conceptualization of the client? What multicultural counseling variables are salient with the population of clients being se

Social and trait theory

Describe and contrast how social learning approach and trait theory explain personality differences between individuals. Also, discuss some examples of research relevant to these 2 approaches that show how differences in personality may influence behavior in the workplace. response is 531 words

Skinner & Behavioral Analysis

Create an outline that would get you started on a 10 page research paper regarding "Skinner & Behavioral Analysis". Include the ideas and important points needed for this topic.

Specific theory and integrative theory

Discuss advantages and disadvantages of practicing within a specific theory as opposed to developing an integrative approach containing several therapies. (response is 283 words plus a reference)


I am doing a 1300 word survey paper on unemployment in the state of California. Please help me with the qestions listed below. Explain the purpose of the survey. Discuss the preliminary design issues you experienced in creating the survey. Describe the specific instructions for administering, scoring, and interpreting you

Discussing Behavioral Issues in the Classroom

Jarrod is an 11-year-old Caucasian male in a 5th-6th grade combination classroom in your district. Your school serves a predominantly middle to upper middle-class suburban neighborhood. Jarrod is healthy, well-nourished with a history of good attendance. Jarrod's family moved to your district prior to his 3rd grade year. His sch

Article related to a social issue

PLease find and read an article related to a social issue of your choice (e.g., education, healthcare, the economy, etc.) read it and please write two paragraphs summary of something that you learned or found interesting. Please provide reference (e.g., link, pdf, or full reference if gotten from paper media).

Counseling techniques and spirituality summary help is given.

I need some help with some this assignment. 1. Develop a brief summary of the article in your own words. Do not copy and paste from the journal article--this is plagiarism! Simply provide a brief description in your own words of the topic under consideration in the article. If the article describes a research study, includ

Reliability and Validity

Internal Consistency Split-half Test/retest Parallel and alternate forms Face validity Content validity Criterion related Construct For each test listed above describe the test's application and under what conditions these types of reliability would be used as well as when it would be inappropriate. Also, describe each

Counseling and Confidentiality

Please help me answer these question below along with references 1. Purpose or positive benefit for confidentiality 2. The future for the Confidentiality 3. Purpose or positive benefit for dual relationships

Introduction to Longitudinal Data Analysis

Please help me with some insight into this assignment. Assume that you have been given grant money to conduct a longitudinal study in the research area of choice. YOU WILL REPORT: a) the hypotheses you would want to examine b) how you would set up the design? c) what statistical tests you would use to analyze the da

Trends in modern-day American society

Would you help me to answer these questions? 1. What are the major trends in modern-day American society? 2. How has the American family changed in the last fifty years? 3. Why is it important to understand cultural diversity in the field of clinical psychology?

Test bias

What are some examples of possible test bias? How can test bias negatively affect test results? Can someone help me with the above questions. I think some examples could be An example of systemic variations are; creating a test or survey that is deemed favorable toward a particular group. The test bias negatively affects

Alfred Adler and Bella Swan summary

1) What are Adler's primary theories/concepts about personality? 2) Using these theories/concepts of personality to analyze Bella Swan's personality, what are 6-7 examples from the Twilight films (not books) that illustrate these theories/concepts.

What are the specific methods you would use to conduct a study?

Please help with the following problem. Provide at least 200 words in the solution. Complete the design and methods section, including how you would analyze a data state: What are the specific methods you would use to conduct a study? How would the data be obtained? How would the data be analyzed? What statistical tool

Factors Researchers Can Control in a Study

The word "control" is a key concept for psychological researchers. Discuss three factors that a researcher can control when designing a valid study and three factors that a researcher can control to limit the effects that extraneous variables can have on the results of a study. 150 words

Mental disorders and abnormal behavior

1) Do you feel that societal pressures increased the development of mental disorders among adolescents? 2) Why is it more difficult to identify abnormal behavior among children than among adults?