Below is a case we are looking at in my study group and these are the questions we were asked to be able to answer. I am looking for a different perspective then my own. *Describe Donnaâ??s traits based on the information provided in the case study. *Apply the Five-Factor Model to assess Donna, including the OCEAN acronym.
The Rorschach assessment would be chosen over other personality assessments to solicit free responses to a fixed set of stimuli such as inkblots.
The circumstances in which the Rorschach assessment would be used is when it is desired to investigate a person's personality as a whole--the emotional, motivational, interpersonal, and attitudinal characteristics of an individual. It can be used to specifically obtain information for diagnostic purposes as a way of identifying
Please help with the following problem. Provide at least 300 words in the solution. Explain how defense mechanisms relate to anxiety. Select one primitive and immature defense mechanism and one mature defense mechanism. Describe each of these mechanisms. Indicate why people might use each mechanism.
Discuss the potential gender bias in the diagnosis of personality disorders. What are some ways to manage this bias when making a diagnosis? Provide the rationale for your response based on scientific evidence from a professional literature.
Discuss at least 2 specific theories of personality that can help to explain how culture, ethnicity and race may influence behavior and why a psychologist needs to take these factors into account. Response is 704 plus 2 references.
Compare and contrast theoretical views on personality based on gender differences in early adulthood. Integrate the Zucker, Ostrove, and Stewart article into your discussion.
Can you help me with the following question? Explain the main differences between objectively scored personality tests and projective tests. Describe a situation in which you would use each kind of test and why.
Unethical Research Studies Many people believe the participants in the Tuskegee syphilis study were infected with syphilis by the investigators. Although the records indicate the infected men had contracted syphilis prior to entering the study, they were treated unethically in other ways. One unethical act was the fact they we
1) How would Alfred Adler view the behavior of Bellla? 2) What are Adler's primary theories/concepts about personality that would apply to Bella? 3) Why is Adler's approach accurate at explaining Bella? 4) How would Adler's theories of personality be used to analyze Bella? 5) How would a psychologists, such as Adler
Looking for information on Karen Horney Psychonalytic Social theory verse Freud Psychonalysis.
Back in the 1970â??s two research teams (Paul Costa and Robert McCrae (National Institutes of Health), and Warren Norman ( University of Michigan)/Lewis Goldberg ( University of Oregon)) discovered that most human personality traits can be boiled down to five broad dimensions of personality, regardless of language or cultu
Jenni is a 38 year old woman of Middle Eastern heritage. She is meticulously dressed, color coordinated and carefully groomed. She has lived in this country most of her life. Jenni is married with 3 children, ages 17, 14 and 10. Jenni is open and disclosive during your initial session. She hands you a neat and orderly list of
-Select one personality theory that has influenced your beliefs and assumptions about people -Explain how your selected theory influences your understanding of the personalities and behaviors of people in society and in the workplace -Explain how your selected theory influences your role in society and in the workplace, along
Can you help me with the following: Examine systematic influences on personality development by exploring the following personal factors: Abuse Cognitive Abilities (One or two more subtopics need to be listed) *This section will need three or four sentences introducing the influence of personal factors. Please use
How would a therapist explain in lay terms to his or her clients the purpose of personality assessment? What would be some of the challenges in explaining the test instructions and what questions might the clients ask the therapist. What or how might the therapist address, within the limits of the tests, standardized administr
Give an analysis of one of the personality tests (MMPI-2, NEO PI-R, or BSI) relative to its potential bias against or for a particular culture, diversity group, or special needs population. What can a therapist do to counter this potential bias?
Do you believe an individual has a choice in constructing their personality? Why or why not? Please help me with between 200 and 300 words because I am having a lot of trouble. Please include references in the solution.
Compare (similarities and differences) objective and projective assessment tests. What is the rationale for using one type of assessment test over the other.
-Discuss three personality characteristics -Explain how these characteristics were developed using the following life experiences: early development, family and social relationships, educational background Assess how these characteristics have influenced your social and occupational choices.
1-What are the differences among prejudice, stereotype, acculturation (phases of acculturation), and discrimination? What are some questions you could use to determine the individualâ??s degree of acculturation? 2-What are the similarities and differences among self, identity, and personality? What do you believe to be the
From the recent research, it turns out that the "Type A personality style" can be broken down into 2 distinct groups - hostile and non-hostile Type As. Which group suffers the greater incidence of cardiovascular disease?
Does the environment play a vital part of what we as a people become?
Rick is the CEO of a small company. He shows up every day to the office in an Armani suit and tie and is very professional with his staff. Meetings are also held in a professional atmosphere where the time is planned carefully and only professional matters are discussed. His employees respect him and he is considered a fair b
Describe biological factors that could have a hand in the formation of personality.
1.What does Jung mean by "personality type"? 2. How is this concept different from the personality type concept that comes from Freudian theory? Use specific examples.
I need a overview of strengths and limitations of Allport's Psychology of the Individual Theory. I just need to make sure I am understanding what this theory really means.
To what extent do gender stereotypes (as opposed to one's mere gender) influence the development of personality
Question: To what extent do gender stereotypes influence the development of personality? To answer the question above, please use the information below: Gender impacts personality development early in life. From about age 2 to age 6 children begin to become aware of their gender and the behaviors and play styles that ar
What are some key personality features that define you What key concepts or "constructs" are used to explain your personality Are your personality features consistent or do they change according to the situation
How does gender impact personality development? Remember to cite to support for your response.
How do changing views on corporal punishment impact personality development, particularly as it relates to Skinner's Theory of Operant Conditioning?