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    Behavior modification techniques

    What specific behavioral techniques can psychotherapists use to help clients change unwanted behaviors (i.e., exposure therapy, systematic desensitization, behavioral self-monitoring, and skills training)? Provide an example and explanation to the specific behavioral techniques psychotherapists use to help clients change unwant

    MMPI and challenges for time

    Can anyone speak about the average time to complete the MMPI and challenges for time duration? I do know it has 500 questions

    "Do No Harm" in Personality Testing

    As a psychologist (allow me to be clear, I am Not) a lot of what I have read seams the ethical mandate is to "Do No Harm". I'm trying to write a 4 page about the unintended harm and violating the ethical standards that can be unintentional when doing personality assessments.

    Trait Theory and Behaviorists

    I have found trait theory has been hugely influential in the personality assessment field. Any thoughts on what the behaviorists would say about traits? Just trying to understand both sides.

    Challenging the adolescent's belief system

    Have anyone considered why in a clinical setting you do not want to challenge an adolescent's belief system?To them is it just one more adult that doesn't understand? The only risk (and I do not mean to minimize this) is that of risk taking. The problem is that teens think they are invincible and cannot be hurt - this could lead

    Humanist approach: Emphasis on personal growth

    1) The humanist approach to personality emphasizes personal growth, resilience, and the achievement of human potential. What does this sentence mean? 2) Who are the major contributors to this approach?

    College Degree Plan

    What is good plan for a student in college to complete their degree program? Discuss briefly how that student should go about that plan. The student has eight hour job and goes to school, family, household chores, social life. How much time do they need to study? Briefly analyze and discuss how this student strengths

    A Discussion on Belief Perserverance

    Belief perseverance can be described as being the phenomenon in which individuals or groups believe in their theories despite the existence of contrary evidence (Bonabeau, 2009). When analyzing the erroneous research on vaccination scenarios, it is believed that this phenomenon did occur. As a psychology professional, there are

    Foundations of Professional Psychology

    1) Why is it important for professionals to have effective writing and communications skills. 2) If a student creates for their personal reference a correctly formatted APA style template for a psychology paper that they can use for their projects and assignments throughout college as well as for any future APA style publica

    Significant Aspects of Humanistic Motivation

    What is the single most significant aspect of humanistic motivation that differentiates it unambiguously from motives derived through Maslow's hierarchy and through behaviorally learned motivation? How can motivation be augmented without relying on increased rewards or reduced discomforts? Why? [At least 350 words + 3 references

    Normative and Informational Social Influence

    Explain how both normative and informational social influence worked to convince Stanley Milgram's (1974) participants to deliver powerful shocks to a hapless learner. How did replications of the original study demonstrate the role of normative and informational influence?

    Positivist or Classical theory

    Which of the two philosophies (classical or positivist) do you believe explains criminal behavior in a much more complete manner? Why? Support your answer with academic or real life criminal justice examples to accentuate your point.

    Clinical Psychology Safety

    Clinical Psychologists strive to be aware of the possible effect of their own physical and mental health on their ability to help those with whom they work." Should clinicians guard their own safety and well-being, why or why not?

    Self-Effacement and Self-Aggrandizement

    In our very individualistic culture, is it not a contradiction that self-effacement is seen as more positive, and self-aggrandizement or high self-esteem (over-confidence) as more negative?

    The Empowerment Process: Integrating Theory and Practice

    Hi Mark, Please note and read the following instructions, then answer the questions that follow below. This requires to reflect on the use of empowerment with a coalition's participant focus. Empowerment is typically considered to be a technique for managing individuals. However, empowerment allows individuals and groups t

    Empirical Research Articles from Positive Psychology Journal

    Ass Select a topic of your choice related to Positive Psychology. Find 2 empirical research articles (from full-text empirical research journals) from the positive psychology literature on this topic. "Empirical Research Articles" and "Empirical Research Articles from Positive Psychology Journal. These articles can be u

    Positive Psychology

    1.) A description of the field of positive psychology. 2.) Give a critique of positive psychology. 3.) What does the research suggest on the value of this developing field. 4.) How you would apply what you have learned about positive psychology to enhance your happiness and positive outlook on life?

    Describe how a person can maximize the chance of being happy

    A relatively new movement in psychology is positive psychology. Use these concepts and describe how a person can maximize the chance of being happy. Are we responsible for our own happiness? (At least 200 words with a credible reference, personal opinion mixed in is fine)

    Positive Psychology and the Concept of Happiness

    A majority of abnormal psychology focuses on negative mental health conditions; however, there is some research dedicated to positive mental health. One statement that comes to mind is "You are responsible for your own happiness." How do you feel about this statement? Do you believe that it is true?

    Aspects of Positive Psychology

    A developing field in psychology is called Positive Psychology. It is exploring ways to help people become happier and productive in life. Describe the field of positive psychology and provide your critique of this particular field. What does the research suggest on the value of this developing field? Apply what you have learne

    The Field of Positive Psychology

    A developing field in psychology is called Positive Psychology. It is exploring ways to help people become happier and productive in life. Describe the field of positive psychology and provide your critique of this particular field. What does the research suggest on the value of this developing field? Apply what you have learne

    Positive psychology

    The extent to which focusing on human strengths and virtues can lead to improvement in well being and psychological functioning. Discuss and critically analyze.

    Positive Psychology Outline

    Include a thorough and comprehensive description of Positive Psychology including a critical analysis. Finally, provide your understanding of how Positive Psychology can be integrated with recent developments in personality traits and theory.