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    The Effect of Population Density and Noise on Individuals

    * Describe the concepts of territoriality, privacy, and personal space. * Examine how the concepts of territoriality, privacy, and personal space have become increasingly important as populations become denser. * Clarify the effect nature (e.g., zoos, parks, gardens) has on individuals living in urban environments. * De

    Genetic screening

    Please help answer the following questions. What are the pros and cons of genetic screening? Would you want to have it done, if you had prevalence for a disease in your family? Why or why not?

    Health care ethics

    I need help with critical issue from the 21st century and argue the risk of adopting a stance of either ethical relativism or utilitarianism in regard to the chosen issue. Additionally, discuss how will, free will, and uninfluenced will would affect taking a stance on the chosen issue.

    Therapeutic Approaches: Word Association

    1. Pick three therapeutic approaches from the list below and use one word to describe the therapy (3 words total, one word for each of the three therapies). Explain why you used the word you picked to describe the therapy. Alexander Technique, Aromatherapy, Ayurveda, Biofeedback, Chinese Medicine, Chiropractic, Craniosacr

    Pain management

    What are the goals of programs in pain management? What do the studies show? Are these programs effective?

    Placebo effect

    Analyze the Placebo Effect. How does it work? Include a summary of Patient Characteristics, Situational Determinants and Social Norms in your response.

    Treatment options for Clinical Pain are included.

    Consider the following three cases of clinical pain: o Case 1: Various types of pain from a below-the-knee amputation resulting from diabetic neuropathy o Case 2: Acute pain from an abdominal hysterectomy o Case 3: Chronic headaches (non-migraine)  Comment on whether surgical, pharmaceutical, behavioral, and cognitiv

    Best and Worst Healthcare Systems

    I am being asked to compare the healthcare system and management options of the United States with any other country. I have to select one feature from each country's system that in your opinion is the most effective in providing comprehensive patient care. In addition, find one feature from each that is the least effective (

    Critical and creative thinking in obedience and compliance studies

    1. Have you ever changed a strongly held attitude? What caused the change for you? 2. Do you believe that you are free of prejudice? After reading this chapter, which of the many factors that cause prejudice do you think is most important to change? 3. How do Milgram's results - particularly the finding that the r

    Optimism and Health

    Find a peer reviewed article which discusses the effects of optimism on physical and psychological health. (You may need to find two articles in order to cover both the physical and psychological areas) Summarize the article (articles) and state your opinion on the validity of the study or studies.

    The benefits of music

    Why do you listen to music? Do any of these reasons include energization, relaxation, and mood alteration? How can music be used to alter arousal levels (either positively or negatively)?

    Coping styles and psychological preparation methods are discussed.

    This case study is assessed: "Gerry is a tall and lean 64-year-old male pacing the floor at the cardiologist's office. He has been experiencing severe chest tightness and shortness of breath for several days, but has not told his wife because her father recently passed away from a massive heart attack. She is still mournin

    Case study questions are included.

    This scenario is covered: Jennifer is a 29-year-old administrative assistant married to Antonio, an Italian engineer, whom Jennifer met four years earlier while on a business trip for her marketing company. The couple now lives in Nebraska, where Antonio works for the county's transportation department and Jennifer commutes a

    A model for the stages of counselling is given.

    In some ways counselling is a complex undertaking. But most counsellors tend to follow certain steps when engaging in counselling. This solution demonstrates how the "lion model" (Klug, 2001) is useful and easy to remember.

    Health and Health care - Community

    1. To what degree and in what ways does Psychology think about health and health care? 2. Can you give me several examples? Thanks. I prefer a long answer/explanation, rather than a brief one-sentence answer.