Critique Of Lin Article Essays and Term Papers

  • Lincritique1

    Lin Article Critique: Part One Emily K. Whaley Liberty University Lin Article Critique: Part One Article Summary Lin, W-F., Mack, D., Enright, R.D., Krahn, D., and Baskin, W. (2004) report their research study on the effectiveness...

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  • Lin Review

    Lin Article Critique Liberty University Lin Article Critique Article Summary Researchers believed that they could help people change their lives for the positive so they began working with clients to empower them to learn how to forgive. They did this by gathering test subjects to prove their...

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  • Lin Article Critique: Part 1

    Lin Article Critique: Part 1 Title and Introduction Bonnie J Thomas-Willey Liberty University Coun 503-D10 LUO Research and Program Evaluation  Lin Article Critique: Part 1 Title and Introduction Summary Lin, Mack, Enright, and Baskin (2004) state that prior to the writing of this article...

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  • Lin Article

    Lin Article Critique 1 Rebecca Elkins Liberty University Research Methods 503-D14 Dr. Heckler Lin Article Critique 1 Article Summary The article Effects of Forgiveness Therapy on Anger, Mood and Vulnerability to substance Use Among Impatient Substance-Dependent Clients written by Lin, Enright...

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  • Lin Article Critique

    Lin Article Critique Pt.2 Keara Goode Liberty University Online COUN-503 Dr. K. Beard 2-17-13 The purpose of this article is to critique the title and introduction of the Wei-Len Lin (2004) article titled “Effects of Forgiveness Therapy on Anger, Mood, and Vulnerability to Substance Use Among...

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  • Lin Article

    Lin Article Critique: Part 1 Liberty University Lin Article Critique: Part 1 The article focuses on the research conducted regarding whether forgiveness therapy has an effect on anger, mood, and vulnerability. The research was conducted on inpatient clients that were dependent on alcohol...

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  • Lin Article

    Lin Critique-Part I Lin’s article had such a profound effect upon me for personal family reasons. The article stated how anger and related emotions have been identified as triggers in substance use. According to Lin, the levels of anger...

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  • Research Article Critique Lin Ii

    Lin Article Critique: Part Two April 21 2011 METHODOLOGY Critique of Population and Sampling Lin’s article titled Effects of Forgiveness Therapy on Anger, Mood and Vulnerability to Substance Use Among Inpatient Substance-Dependent Clients states that after recruiting...

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  • Graded Lin Article Critique - Part 3

    Assessment of Lin Article-Part Three XXXXXXX M. XXXXXXX Liberty University Assessment of Lin Article-Part Three Elements covered in this graduate student’s first critique of Effects of Forgiveness Therapy on Anger, Mood, and Vulnerability to Substance Use Among Inpatient Substance-Dependent Clients (Lin, Mack...

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  • Article Critique 3

    Lin Article Critique: Part 1 Safiya Hunter Liberty University Summary The Lin article discusses how people’s emotions and anger can be linked to substance abuse. Helping people deal with their anger issues tends to be the focus of many programs. Lin’s article focuses on alcohol users and how...

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  • Lin Article Ciritque Part 1

    Summary Authors Lin, Enright, Krahn, Mack, and Baskin (2004) begin their study by discussing the increased level of anger and violence amongst substance abusers verses those of the general population. The authors cite, “anger that evokes anxiety drives the alcoholic to drink in order to anesthetize...

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  • Lin Article Critique: Part 1

    Lin Article Critique: Part 1 Title and Introduction Liberty University Lin Article Critique: Part 1 Title & Introduction In the article Effects of forgiveness therapy on anger, mood, and vulnerability to substance use among inpatient substance-dependent clients (Lin...

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  • Lin Article Critique 2

    Lin Article Critique Part 2 Liberty University Dr. Hinson Lin Article Critique Population and Sampling Critique In the article, Effects of Forgiveness Therapy on Anger, Mood, and Vulnerability to Substance Use among Inpatient Substance-Dependent Clients, forty- three participants were...

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  • lin Article Critique part 2

    Lin Article Critique Title and Introduction Part 1 Lin Summary of Article Critique This article discusses the potential benefits of forgiveness therapy. The authors of this research show interest in forgiveness therapy for inpatient substance-dependent clients. The authors are examining if forgiveness...

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  • Lin Article Critique

    Lin Article Critique: Part II Liberty University February 15, 2012 Evaluating Research in Academic Journals by F.Pyrczak (2008) is used to critique the article, Effects of Forgiveness Therapy on Anger, Mood, and Vulnerability to substance Use among Inpatient Substance-Dependent...

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  • Lin Critque

    Critique of Population and Sampling, Procedures and Measurements Population and Sampling As defined by Pyrczak (2013), this article contains a section that follow the introduction that discusses the population and sampling for this study. In this article the authors chose...

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  • John

    frustration. The Effects of Forgiveness Therapy on Anger, Mood, and Vulnerability to Substance Use Among Inpatient Substance-Dependent Clients by Wei-Fen Lin Researchers have developed studies to identify triggers to anger and frustration in Substance Abuse users and alcohol dependent users. The concept...

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  • Critique

    journal uses expectancy theory, which relies on extrinsic aspects, to analyze the relationship with leadership and motivation in the workplace. The article firstly compares the differences between leaders and managers and focuses on how important leadership in the workplace. They also outline a formula...

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  • Affective Dynamics of Leadership

    Affective Dynamics of Leadership In this paper I will critique the experiment of the affective dynamics of leadership: an experimental test of affect control theory. I will describe the independent and dependent variables used in the study as well as provide information as it relates to the sampling...

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  • Lin Article Crititque Part 2

    Lin Article Critique: Part 2 Shemia Garner Liberty University Population and Sampling The population for this study was chosen based on random sampling. Each of the forty three potential participants were referred for this study on the basis of their therapist’s opinion. In my opinion the generalizability...

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