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Abnormal Psychology

Gender specific differences

In your research, have you found that any of the gender-specific differences between males and females are also evident based on a person's sexual orientation?

Freud, Rogers, Eysenck, Skinner, and Bandura

Based on the coverage of Persons in Cultures, do you think Freud, Rogers, Eysenck, or Skinner would have developed the same theories they did if they had been raised in, e.g., an African or Asian culture rather than the US and/or Europe? Would Bandura have formulated the same theory, with a strong emphasis on self-efficacy?

Is Skinner applicable today?

In order to fully understand the modern day relevance of B.F. Skinner, summaries and research about his theories are presented.

The Bem Sex Role inventory

Provide information about the Bem Sex Role Inventory, created by Dr. Sandra Bem? How does Dr. Bem explain sexual identity and development? Is it a result of nature or nurture? Please provide examples.

Evidence-Based Practice and Psychodynamic

Name a psychological disorder and psychodynamic intervention. Was the intervention used effectively with the disorder and how this would inform a psychologist working with a client that may be exhibiting the disorder or treatment.

Population Density

Analyze how population density affects human beings. Evaluate and describe why noise acts as an environmental pollutant. What type of environment do you live in? How does your environment (e.g., urban, rural) affect you? Support your answer with citations and proper APA 6th ed. references.

Neurological processes

What are the neurological processes involved when behavioral changes result from changes in brain chemistry due to brain injury or illness? What happens in the nervous system to cause these changes? Please reply

Is Carl Jung relevant today?

1. What is the current social attitude towards Jung's theory of archetypes? 2. Is the consensus from the public in agreement that part of our personality is composed of opposing forces that strive for balance and transcendence, or do they disagree? 3. Why or why not?

Psychology: Skinner and free will

A dramatic implication of Skinner's approach to psychology is that people are seen not to have free will. Behavior is under control of the environment; feelings of self-control are illusory. Might there be counter-arguments to Skinner's position?

Test measure

What do aptitude tests measure? How are they different from achievement tests? Thanks!

Emotional Intelligence

Please provide 3 examples and and an explanation of emotional intelligence with theories and ideas around EL. Can you also provide a short example of a way that one can enhance emotional intelligence.

These two additional senses are the vestibular sense and the kinesthetic sense.

Some people might argue that humans have more than five senses. In fact, a large section of psychology believes that there are seven senses. These two additional senses are the vestibular sense and the kinesthetic sense. In your readings, did you find information about the vestibular sense and the kinesthetic sense? Ho

Senses of Smell and Taste

Are the senses of smell and taste connected in any way? If so, what are the neurological processes involved in this relationship? Please reply and provide reference if required

Integrative Approach is briefly overviewed.

Can you choose two theories to integrate and complete the following: -summarize your understanding of utilizing an integrative therapeutic model. -summarize the key points o ...there is moreshow problemCan you choose two theories to integrate and complete the following: -summarize your understanding of utilizing an i

Operant Conditioning

How would you use operant conditioning to change a bad habit such as biting fingernails or always arriving late to appointments? Compare and contrast reinforcers and punishment.

Scientific Inquiry

What is scientific inquiry and how can it be used in a kindergarten classroom?

Intelligent people

It was more difficult than I first realized to list just five characteristics exhibited by intelligent people. Intelligence covers a broad range of abilities, here are a few that I came up with. Intelligent people: 1. Have the ability to solve problems 2. Display open-mindedness and willingness to learn 3. Are well-read on a

Preschool Daily Schedule

Design a daily schedule for a full-day preschool classroom and explain your rationale for each time of the day. Include times for free-play as well as more structured activities.

Five characteristics intelligent people

Five characteristics that I feel are exhibited by intelligent people are: â?¢Musically inclined â?¢Curious â?¢High level of mathematical skills â?¢Organized â?¢Problem Solvers Chapter 9 of our textbook addresses about a British psychologist Charles Spearman who created new techniques in measuring intelligence. Hi

Common sense

"Common sense" often comes up in this discussion thread. I think we all have some ideas about what is and is not "common sense." However, I have often found that people describe this construct very differently. I encourage anyone who is interested (and looking for a way to participate substantively), to search the UoP library

A person exhibits intelligence statements

Same as this statement from classmate, please give your thought. Thanks! I believe a person exhibits intelligence when: 1. Solves life situations in a creative manner 2. Exhibits originality in the way of thinking 3. Is logic and coherent in the way he talks and acts 4. Has mathematical skills 5. Creative and Int

5 characteristics of intelligence

List of 5 characteristics of intelligence: - well read - knowledgeable in general - strong math skills - musically inclined - culturally informed I chose to go with the theory postulated by Cattell and Horn. This theory concerns crystallized and fluid intelligence. â??The abilities that make up crystallized

How is the motor system involved in taking an Implicit Association Test (IAT)?

How is the motor system involved in taking an Implicit Association Test (IAT)? Go to this website and take a couple of the tests: What is an Implicit Association Test? What is the theory behind it and how does it work? How can the functioning of the motor system be i