Explain the differences among trace, delay, simultaneous, and backward procedures.
1. What defense mechanisms have you noticed in the people around you? 2. What do you see as the advantages and disadvantages of these defense mechanisms? Summary table of Defense Mechanisms: Denial Refusing to acknowledge a painful or threatening reality: Ray, who is told that he has terminal cancer, believes instead t
This posting briefly explores it in terms of classical Jungian concepts (i.e. self, shadow, archetypes, individuation).
You are the Director of Human Resources for a prosperous Travel Agency "Destination Adventure!" The company has been so successful that in the past two years the number of employees within your company has tripled and many of the company policies need to be changed. After a recent review you've discovered one of those is the com
Compare and contrast the following Security Threat Groups (STG) (Gangs): The Aryan Brotherhood, The Ku Klux Klan, The Folks, The Nation of Islam, and MS 13. Be sure to identify: Where each gang originated and who its founder was What its basic beliefs are The prisons where it is the strongest (geographically) The pri
Please post one or two paragraph to answer the questions, thank you. Are you in favor of or against the death penalty? Then state where you stand and why. Can you identify one factually proven case in which an innocent individual was executed? Why or why not? If yes, please identify who was proven to have been wrongfully
Help with this project is given: On the syllabus, I provided the following brief bit of guidance: "The goal of each Intervention Proposal is to give you an opportunity to thoughtfully create - and describe in detail - some sort of intervention that you think might actually help solve some real-world problem or otherwise imp
1. Discuss how correctional facilities classify inmates. 2. Gangs, drugs, and racism are the three main problems facing juvenile corrections today. Do you believe theses issues are in decline? Why or why not? What do you think should be done to reduce or eliminate these problems?
Trait and factor theory has been used consistently since 1909 and a great deal of research has been conducted to prove its worth. Why do you think the theory has held its ground for such a long time? A response thorough yet concise, reflecting a minimum of 70 words to a maximum of 150 words would be much appreciated! It wo
Can you explain the: 1- School of Thought on Biological Theory (and what factors influence personality development in this theory) 2 - Also, the Principles of Biological heory 3 - Time frame 4- Influences (historic happenings, other ideas, etc.)
What changes do you think have been made by prison administrations in order to avoid another Attica-type prison riot?
What changes do you think have been made by prison administrations in order to avoid another Attica-type prison riot? Compare and contrast the policies of Attica to typical prison policies today.
1. what is V Axes Diagnostic. The V Axes diagnostic system is used throughout the mental health system to provide an accurate, objective review of the evaluation completed by a licensed clinician. When complete, as you can see from our text, the V Axes diagnosis provides a complete picture of the client/patient. Identif
What is the essential difference between an "absolute threshold" and a "difference threshold?" Are there any similarities? Explain your answer.
Please answer the question below by posting two to three paragraphs. Thank you. How has probation in this country developed to where it is today?
Please post at least two to three paragraphs for these questions. Thank you. Take a virtual tour through Florida's state prisons on MyFlorida.com's Department of Corrections Web page. Then click on the link at the bottom of the page, "Misconceptions About Florida Prisons." Next, take a virtual tour of Georgia prisons. Be s
Using text, the Library, and the Internet for research pick out two perspectives of psychology and determine if one "school" of thought led to the other (Evolution) or if they conflicted (Revolution), leading to a clash of ideas that led to an eventual shift in psychological thought. These perspectives of psychology include: Beh
1. Describe five schools of thought in psychology. 2. Name one or two individuals who created or furthered this way of thinking in psychology, and one key idea from each school of thought. 3. Also name the time period it began.
What are the advantages of denial, displacement and reaction formation as defense mechanisms? What are the disadvantages of each?
Identify two of the following challenges in Multicultural counseling. Explain the challenges and discuss why each is a vital consideration in the process of the identification and treatment of mental health issues such as: a. Social Class b. Gender c. Sexual Orientation d. Religion/Spiritual B
1. What are the main differences in the mission of a jail and a prison? Compare and contrast them. Which would you say has the larger suicide problem, a jail or a prison, and why? 2. Super-Max prisons are for inmates who are unmanageable in the general inmate population. Searching the Internet, identify three offenders, t
Difference between Formal vs. Informal Counseling. A survey of mental health and includes diagnosis, counseling and effectiveness of counseling. Discuss differentiation of formal (professional) from informal (non-professional) counseling. Why is this differentiation essential?
Carl Rogers, a well known humanist, emphasizes the self. Theorists in psychology report that there is the self that you would like to be, the self that you think you are, and the self that you actually are. More specifically, the self is believed to have the following three entities: the ideal self, your self-image, and the true
1. Compare and contrast boot camps and diversion centers (not jails). Also describe the differences in an adult diversion center, detention center, and a halfway or transitional house. 2. Compare and contrast federal, state, and local prisons. What is the role of the private prison?
What is the trend? Do you think probation and parole officers should be armed? Why or why not? One or two paragraphs please.
Please post one paragraph per question. Thank you. 1. What is the difference between a probation officer and a parole officer? Compare and contrast the two. If you were going to be one or the other, which would you choose and why? 2. What is the most important mission of a probation officer? Listed in order of importanc
This posting lists terminology that is commonly used in the profession. It lists at least five terms, acronyms, or KSAOs.
Why do you think the risk of death is so high for people who have recently lost a spouse? Why might remarriage lower the risk? In what ways do people face the prospect of their own death?
Help with a journal article summary is given.
Describe the cognitive perspective of interpersonal interactions. Explain how this would assist one with his or her interpersonal interactions at his or her workplace.
Original student questions: 1.Why is it important for psychologists to have an understanding of the structure of the nervous system, neural conduction, and synaptic transmission? Provide two reasons for each of the three topics. 2.I need to do a reflection journal can you assist me in this. My journal should be as part o