1. What are cultural bound syndromes and give examples?
This question is for a Multicultural psychology class. Please discuss: 1. Independent vs. Interdependent Concepts of Self Thank you very much. Your help is much appreciated.
Suppose you are the therapist who is working with a family who is adopting a 5 year old (female) child who was physically abused in her family of origin. She has no conscious memory of the abuse because she was removed from the family at age 19 months of age. She has had temper tantrums ever since she came into the foster care
What are the differences between experimental methods designs and descriptive methods designs?
Academic honesty is highly valued at the University of Phoenix. There are several ethical implications when it comes to one's written work. One of the key components of every written paper at the University will be proper citation and referencing of sources. Improperly documenting these sources of information could constitute
This assignment involves the story of Phineas Gage, whose name appears in virtually every general psychology textbook. After a heavy metal rod was blown through his temporal lobe, Phineas experienced dramatic mental change. The study of the trauma and its physiological effects provided the first documented evidence of how brai
Please provide an internet article regarding Marriage and Family Therapy (focusing on Troubled Families) as a new and growing treatment modality. Please summarize the article and site the source.
Explain the interaction between hormones and behavior and how this interaction affects the determination of gender identity. Also evaluate biological psychology and environmental influences on sexual differentiation and gender identity. Based on your evaluation, determine which has the greater influence. I need help getting s
Discuss the use of the diagnostic criteria of the V-Axes and cite specific instances in which it is used.
Within your place of work as well as utilizing outside research, what are some effective techniques of appraising performance? Do you think your workplace employs good performance appraisal techniques? If yes please describe them and if not please critique these appraisal techniques.
What is survey research? What are some different types of survey-research designs? What are the strengths and what are the drawbacks associated with these designs?
To what extent do you agree with drive reduction theory as an explanation of motivation for human behavior? Provide examples of the parts of your daily routine that fit with this theory. Please remember to support your points with APA approved reference sources (text, articles, etc.)!
Discuss ONE of the research methods used to study brain functions. Choose either Experimental Ablation, Recording and Stimulating Neural Activity, Neurochemical Methods, or Genetic Methods. Describe the research technique. Discuss the scientific and theological implications of the research. from a Christian perspective I
In early April, Carl Robins, the new campus recruiter for ABC, Inc., successfully recruited several new hires in spite of having been at his new job for only six months; this was his first recruitment effort. He hired 15 new trainees to work for Monica Carrolls, the Operations Supervisor. He scheduled a new hire orientation t
The reasons why we dream have continually been a bit of a mystery. Do you agree with Freud's explanation of dreaming? Why or why not?
Josh and Jane enter a crowded party hosted by a casual acquaintance. Overwhelmed by all the sights, sounds, and smells, they start to size up the room, noting jocks by the bar and nerds standing outside. QUESTIONS: What are the perceptual processes involved in these various types of perceptual interpretations? In wh
I need help with a comparison and contrast of the APA , American Psychological Ass.and the ACA, American Counseling Ass.codes of ethics with a summary of the five principles for the ethics code for the APA
As part of your responsibilities with the Department of Community Health and Corrections, you spend some time each week seeing outpatient clients at a community health clinic. You have already met with Gary R. on a couple of occasions. Gary has exhibited psychotic symptoms, as he appears to hear voices and has said things abou
What methods were used to conduct research concerning the localization of behavior/brain relationships? Which method do you feel is the most effective? Why?
It is common for individuals in stressful careers to burnout. What are some occupations that typically fall into this category? What are some stress management strategies that can help reduce the prevalence of burnout among employees in those careers?
Psychologists use critical thinking and scientific evidence to meet the goals of psychology. Knowing this, what other areas could psychologists work in besides therapy? What skills do psychologists possess to support those other areas? Consider searching the American Psychological Association's Web site at for a comprehensive li
Describe the figure and legal aspect and deinstitutionation of America Mental Health System. Please provide information on: Dorothea Dix, and what is the legal aspects/support services on community mental health acts of 1963.
1. The history of Buffalo State Hospital Asylums and what treatment practices and what type of client they served. How many years of operations were they in? 2. The history of Danvers State Insane Asylum Hospital Asylums and what treatment practices and what type of client they served. How many years of operations were the
The theory or concept of Nature vs. Nurture always seems to fascinate me or peek my interest. I find it amazing just how much psychology has evolved in such a short period of time. Psychologists are interested in the gene factor of behavior because it has been proven to be relevant to why people behave the way they do. Some psy
I selected four women in psychology. For each woman selected develop a paragraph describing the individual's contributions to the history of psychology. Women in Psychology select five individuals from this list (1) Margaret Floy Washburn (2) Anna Freud (3) Karen Horney (4) Mary Calkins
For this discussion I need to review various individuals who made significant contributions to the field of neurology. Select one of the individuals from the grid below. Research the individual's contributions to the field of neurology. Then create a post exploring the individual's biography and contributions to the field. I
How would you answer these questions? 1. Why were lobotomies considered a major method of treatment? Discuss ideas about the advantages or disadvantages of lobotomies 2.Define neurological psychology and explore your course goals and personal learning objectives.
Part I: Theories of Emotion Summarize the four major theories of emotion. Identify which theory of emotion you think is the most valid. What makes this theory more valid to you than the others? Identify which theory of emotion you think is least valid. What makes this theory less valid? Part II: Thinking, Intelligence,
Four people are each striving toward the same end, but are motivated by different means. Ella, Marcelo, and Masoko all want to obtain a promotion at their place of employment. Assume the following: Ella's motivation can be accounted for by a biological theory of motivation. Marcelo's motivation can be accounted for by a ps
What problems might be involved in attempting to utilize attitude measures to predict specific behavior? Support your answer in detail. Provide sources.