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Cognitive Psychology Theories and Theorists

Empirical Support for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) has some of the best empirical support of any theory in psychology. But what seems to be missing from this approach? Why are other theories also needed? Use scholarly sources to support your answer. Cite your source using an APA format

Why behavioral and cognitive therapy are different

Identify and Define Five Concepts of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapy that you feel adds dimensions to psychotherapy not considered by these four psychotherapies, 1) Albert Ellis, Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy 2) Carl Rogers, Client Centered Therapy 3) Psychoanalytic therapy 4) Adlerian psychotherapy. Discuss your Five Co

Altruism, Social Responsibility, Codependency

Perform an anonymous act of kindness. Address the following: - Compare the respective roles of altruism, personal and professional social responsibility, and codependency. - How does altruism apply to psychology or psychological principles? - How does altruism improve the human condition? Are there limits to altruism? - W

Teen Suicide and Depression

Suicide and depression... This is a short assignment 500 words or so. The text for this class is... Thompson, R. A. (2006). Nurturing future generations: Promoting resilience in children and adolescents through social, emotional and cognitive skills. New York, NY: Routledge. Any suggestions would be appreciated!

Information About the Future of Psychology

Please provide information about the following: -Demonstrate an understanding of relevant theories. -Include examples to support major points. -Explain which theories you like and why you like them. -Explain which theories you dislike and why you dislike them. -Explain how you arrived at your conclusions. -Explain how th

Psychoanalytic Psychotherapies and Adlerian psychotherapy

Compare and contrast psychoanalytic psychotherapies and Adlerian psychotherapy. How are they the same? How are they different? What kinds of multicultural considerations should you make when utilizing these theories? Which one appeals to you more if you were thinking about incorporating these into your own practice? Use scholarl

CBT and Anxiety Disorders

Of all the varieties of anxiety disorders, which from your perspective seems to be the most difficult to treat?

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: Goal Setting

What is your thoughts about strategies to identify and challenge problem cognitions in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)? Do the techniques seem to be a good match with your preferences?

Sexual and Multicultural Issues

2 contemporary issues to discuss: Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender issues and Multicultural or diversity issues - Definitions of the issues - Populations most affected by the issues I need one slide about definition the issue and one slide about population affected the most.

Interview with Practitioners: Prison & Clinical Psychologists

Interview two helping service professionals from two different settings, such as a school, hospital, or prison. Ensure that at least one of the interviewees is a clinical psychologist. Provide the name and work environment of the two professionals you interviewed. Ask the following questions to each of your interviewees:

Co-existing Treatments for Affective Disorders

Select one of the following disorders: - Depressive disorder - Generalized anxiety disorder - Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder - Obsessive-compulsive disorder Compare and contrast the major approaches to clinical psychology—psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, humanistic, and family systems—in relation to the

Kohlberg and Gilligan moral development theory

Lawrence Kohlberg and Carol Gilligan both formulated theories of moral development in the 20th century that have become highly influential and the source of research and application in ethics, education and psychology. I can see the important aspects of each theory. 1) Without being gender bias. Which theory do you favor? Ex

Evidence to Support Multiple Intelligence

- What is multiple intelligences (200 words) - What are two points that support the foundation of multiple intelligences (200 words) - 400 words - No references needed

Social Learning Theory: Comprehensive Overview

Social Learning Theory Describe the historical development of the theory. Evaluate the intellectual and historical evolution of this theory and discuss how your discipline adopted and incorporated this theory. You may need to discuss the historical evolution of your discipline and how this theory fits in. What are the major as

Discussion 5.1

Read the Theories in Action: Existential Therapy below, and imagine this client came into your counselling practice. 1. Discuss the various assessment tools you would use to tap into the issues she presented. Explain why you selected these assessment tools. 2. Identify what other questions you might ask her in order to expl

Cognitive Development in Early Childhood

Hi Jason, I included an attachment. Could you please assess or evaluate my paper for each criteria listed on the left-hand side of the rubric (Please open the attachment). The explanations to the right define the different levels of achievement that are possible for each criteria. • In the rubric, place an "X" in the level

Conducting a Weekly Group Counselling Session

Mrs. Washington is conducting her weekly group counselling session for single young adults. Karen, a lonely young professional woman, talks about feeling abandoned by her boyfriend. The other group members listen patiently and respond empathically. The counsellor allows Karen to talk at length, sensing Karen's need to express he

Operant conditioning and multiple intelligence

Part I I need help applying the principles of operant conditioning to modify an existing behavior. Target a behavior to be modified either an undesirable behavior that you would like to eliminate or a behavior that you would like to strengthen. Be sure to include references • Generate a plausible explanation for why the prob

Albert Bandura

Discuss the contributions that Albert Bandura made to the field of learning and cognition

"Theory and Theories"

Identify two key theories in psychology. Identify the theorist(s) and sources of the theories (key articles or books) in psychology. Describe the basic tenets of these theories. Analyze the relationship between the two theories that you have found. (John Bowlby and Erik Erikson theories) Explain why th

Intelligence Testing and Cut-off Scores

Use the Virginia v. Atkins ruling in which the Supreme Court has determined that it is unconstitutional to execute an individual who has an intellectual disability. In its decision the court stipulated that one criterion is an IQ score below 70. Consider the use of this "cut-off" score in formulating this type of decision. Remem

The differences between psychodynamic and humanistic psychological theories

Compare and contrast psychodynamic and humanistic/existential psychological theories. Address the following: Describe the role of personality in affecting situational behavior. Examine the personality characteristics attributed to each theory in your approach. Explain the interpersonal relational aspects associated with the

Intrinsic versus Extrinsic Motivation

Is there a way to increase interest in learning technologies from the perspective of a technophobic online student and teacher when dealing with online education ?

Skinner's pros and cons

This posting briefly outlines both the strengths and limitations of Skinner's theory. 500 words of notes and references are delivered.

Co-parenting conflict resolution

This solution briefly locates an article concerning conflict resolution and peacemaking. In the analysis, it describes the elements of conflict resolution and peacemaking. 700 words of notes and a reference are provided.

Child abuse interventions

This posting briefly discusses the implications of one's strategy in terms of intervention and prevention. 500 words of notes and article references are integrated.

Motivation and Online Learning

How do you self-motivate to excel, rather than be mediocre, in an online learning environment when performance is all on you? Do you think it is different when in a traditional classroom setting?