A timeline that displays the development of abnormal psychology. Include five main milestones© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 9:43 am ad1c9bdddf
Abnormal Psychology slowly developed over many centuries; however, there were key events that helped shape its development. Throughout history people were striving to find rational explanations for psychological disturbances. Here are some important dates/events you should know:
1892- American Psychological Association was founded.
1896- The first psychological clinic was developed at the University of Pennsylvania which marked the birth of clinical psychology.
1906 - The Journal of Abnormal Psychology was ...
This solution provides important dates in the history of Abnormal Psychology. It includes 5 main milestones that are important for understanding the development of Abnormal Psychology.
Abnormal Psychology - Substance Abuse
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Imagine you are the head of a local, non-profit, substance abuse treatment facility and you have just received a grant that will allow you to expand the different types of treatment offered at your facility. You have the option of either hiring a psychoanalytic therapist, a cognitive behavioral therapist, or you can use the money to acquire more medication that can be used to treat your clients (i.e. methadone, suboxone, etc.).
Also, you can instead choose to donate the money to local agencies that provide aid in the form of food, clothing and shelter to the underprivileged members of the population in the area.
1) Based on the information presented, select how you will spend the grant money given to your agency. Use the scholarly research articles presented to defend your selection and explain why you feel your decision will be the most effective way to reduce the rate of substance abuse in the area.
2) After reviewing the chapter on "Research in Abnormal Psychology," describe a research design that you would use to provide evidence that your decision has been effective (i.e. describe a correlational study, an experiment, or an alternative method of investigation that will allow you to demonstrate how your decision has lowered the rate of substance abuse in the area).
Read: Coping Strategy Use Following Computerized Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Substance Use Disorders by Dawn E. Sugarman, Charla Nich and Kathleen M. Carroll.
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