MAJOR INSTRUCTIONAL AREAS
Foundations of Ethics
Competing Theories of Ethics
Critical Thinking and Ethics
Personal Code of Ethics
Apply key concepts of ethical perspectives.
Critically examine the key...
17. Describe how positive psychology represents a novel trend in psychological theory and
18. Discuss the growth of psychology and the most common work settings for contemporary
19. List and describe seven major research areas in psychology.
20. List and...
articulate complex ideas. In her essay "Art Therapy: Problems of Definition," Ulman (1975/1996) compares and contrasts Naumburg's "art psychotherapy" and Kramer's "art as therapy" models so clearly that it continues to be the definitive presentation of this core theoretical continuum. The last of...
perspective. 4. Identify and discuss three social changes especially important to the development of sociology. 5. Discuss the importance of theory in sociology. 6. Summarize the main assumptions of the three majortheoretical approaches in sociology. 7. Discuss the advantages of the scientific approach to...
Raad, and Lewis Goldberg (1992) to reconcile Costa and McCrae’s (1985) list of fivemajor traits in general with Jerry Wiggins’s (1979) list of interpersonal traits in particular.
* Prelude: The Trait Approach as a Fourth MajorTheoreticalPerspective in Personality Psychology
* So far in...
education establishes its foundation on multiple disciplines including psychology, sociology, philosophy, political sciences, and history (Peters & Jarvis, 1991). From a theoreticalperspective, adult learning theory can serve as a foundation of HRD because the study of adult learning can be viewed to be...
very specific treatment attitude, many use what is referred to as an extensive approach. This involves drawing on different theoretical methods to make up the best treatment plan for each individual client.
Some of the majortheoreticalperspectives within clinical psychology include...
psychology. In the current review of literature, the salience of both theories is analyzed through the evaluation of contemporary studies on the two theories. These studies focused on empirical rather than merely theoretical research. Upon evaluating these sources, it becomes clear that both...
. Compare and contrast the nature of the information given and the credibility of the sources.
Students can do informal research by joining a chat group and recording the types of questions and comments made by participants. What were the major themes of the discussions? How many unfounded...
. Compare and contrast the ‘planned’ and ‘emergent’ approaches to effecting organizational change.
Intervention: Design and Evaluation
1. Compare and contrast the relative advantages and disadvantages of two methods of data collection, as used for ‘diagnosis’ of an organization’s need for an...
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SOC 240 Introduction to Social Psychology: Perspectives on Individual Behavior (5) I&S
Majortheoreticalperspectives on individual behavior in social settings. Social cognition, behaviorism, symbolic interaction, and attitudes. Ways people develop as social...
theory and what are the majortheoreticalperspectives?
116) Compare and contrast the five subfields of the social sciences. Identify the focus of each and in what aspects they are similar.
Diff: 3 Type: ES Page Ref: 5-6
Objective: 2. What is science, and where does...
assumptions, stressing different empirical problems, and using different strategies to discover information. Figure 1.16 compares the main theoreticalperspectives in terms of how they view important developmental issues in children’s development.
Review and Reflect: Learning Goal 3
3 Describe the...
1990s. As Castle (2002) argued that migration, development and
international relations were closely connected as migration was a major factor of
transformation for both sending and receiving countries for different types of
migrants (Castle, 2002). With this perspective, this study...
, learning, cognitive, self-regulation, and organismic
Course Objectives: Students who successfully complete this course will be able to:
identify the goals of personality psychology.
review personality assessment techniques.
compare and contrast diverse theoreticalperspectives...
1.1 Contrast the field of psychology with other scientific fields.
1.2 Differentiate the majorperspectives in the field of psychology.
1.3 Describe the steps of the scientific method as it applies to the field of psychology.