Psychology Case Study Essays and Term Papers

  • Psychology Case Study Analysis

    assessment, orientation, rehabilitation, and maintenance. Participants had to successfully complete each phase before moving on to the next. In order to study the participants methodically, an initial interview was given about their history with domestic violence. Nine follow up research instruments were given...

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    Michael K. Rasmussen and Aileen M. Pidgeon Department of Psychology, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Bond University Self Esteem and Social Anxiety The study searched measures of self- esteem and social anxiety using...

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  • Case Study Abnormal Psychology

    Case Study Name: Institution: Date: Case Study Abnormal behavior relates to the influence of psychological factors, biological factors as well as the social factors referring to inadequate relationships. In the face of diverse definition, abnormal behavior refers to the deviating from...

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  • Case Studies in Abnormal Psychology

    Case #1: Abby Thurmond is clearly suffering from Bulimia Nervosa. She seemingly meets all the criteria and is a prime candidate for the disease. Being from an urban area, such as Miami, has put her at a higher risk. The social learning and cultural ideas she is constantly exposed to may have played...

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  • Psychology Case Studies

    researching this idea was Roger Sperry. He made many discoveries using animals as the subjects. Researchers developed three different types of tests to study how the brain works when separated. One of the tests examines visual abilities. Another test was designed for tactile stimulation or touch. The third...

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  • Psychology Case Study: Autism

    was writing a book. Well, the book has been out for a year now and is very successful; a third print was done a month ago. It is called “Gut And Psychology Syndrome. Natural treatment for autism, ADHD, ADD, dyslexia, dyspraxia, depression and schizophrenia” (www.MedInform.co.uk). The book describes in...

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  • Case Study for Psychology

    Case Study for Michael Christy Bosley Axia College of University of Phoenix PSY210 Jennifer Doran March 16, 2008 Case Study for Michael The causes for Michael’s stress seems to be the fact that his divorce just became finalized, he wanted custody of his children but his work schedule can...

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  • Psychology Case Study

    that they have poor skills in intra- and interpersonal competencies. Sammy’s case is a good example and I am going to investigate it by identifying his problems and proposing solutions for him. Problem In Sammy’s case, I can see that Sammy has many problems and I am going to divide these problems...

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  • Industrial Psychology Case Study

    1. The theory of motivation that I feel best explains Simpson's recent behavior is the Goal setting theory. While his case has characteristics of other theories as well, this seems to be the theory that best explains it. This theory focuses on the idea that conscious ideas regulate a person's actions...

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  • Case Studies in Psychology

    Case Study A: Anna. O Bertha Pappenheim, who was given the pseudonym, "Anna O.," is a perfect example of a case study dealing with somatoform disorder. Specifically, she suffered from conversion disorder, which is a set of "neurological symptoms such as weakness, sensory disturbance and attacks...

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  • Psychology and Case Study Methods

    Final Project: Introduction to Psychology Kaplan University PS124-14   The correlational method suggests that there is a relationship between two variables. The correlational method seems to be the rational method to use in the investigation of the relationship between alcohol and violence. ...

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  • Case Study in Abnormal Psychology

     Case Study in Abnormal Psychology Abnormal Psychology/410 April 7, 2011 Nichelle J. Gause Case Study in Abnormal Psychology The study of any case in Abnormal Psychology views multiple aspects of self-concept and various behaviors and is the foundation of defining normal and abnormal...

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  • Psychology Case Studies

    Observation 1 Date:09/22/13 Location: Home Case Description: Over the course of two days my 1 year old niece has been watching my sister grab fruit snacks from the cupboard. After seeing where my sister is getting these fruit snacks from my niece decided it was okay for her to get some. So my...

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  • case study on psychology

    lives in Ijok’s Felda which is located in Selama, Perak. En Ridzuan is the seventh among the rest of 10 siblings in his family. Before he further his study in in this local university, he experienced to be a temporary teacher for two months at SK DESA JASMIN in Bandar Bharu NIlai, Negeri Sembilan. He taught...

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  • Psychology Case Study

    Sack’s Sentence Completion Test NAME: AGE: SEX: CIVIL STATUS: BIRHTDAY: BIRTHPLACE: OCCUPATION: INSTRUCTIONS: The following are sixty partly completed sentences. Read each one and finish it by writing the first thing that comes to your mind. Work as quickly as you can. If you cannot...

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  • Ethics in Psychology Case Study

    PSY430 Ethics in Psychology Case Study Joe, a 35-year-old, male mental-health counselor, received a client referral, 35year-old Jill, from a community-counseling clinic. He began providing counseling services to her. Jill's problem was that she was unsatisfied with her current job as a bank teller and...

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  • Psychology Case Studies

    interest to psychology for many years. One scientist that took an interest in the study of sleep and dreaming was Eugene Aserinsky. During an early experiment of his, Aserinsky observed periods of active eye movements that he theorized might be associated with dreaming. He conducted a study to test his...

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  • Child Psychology Case Study 2

    PSYC111 Dr. J. L. Taylor Case Study 2 I would begin to reassure Melindah and Jermain about their concerns for a healthy baby by explaining that their worries about the new child’s...

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  • Singapore Elementary School Psychology Case Study

    Background This case study revolves around John. He is a capable 11 year old pupil who is an above average ability boy. However, he almost did not make it into the standard stream in his school. His results were badly affected due to his frequent inattention in class as well as his incomplete homework...

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  • Borgata Case Study Industrial Orgnizational Psychology

    Industrial/Organizational Psychology Mod 2 Critical Thinking As former Director of Marketing for Monster.com, I am very familiar with the benefits and pitfalls of high-volume/high-quality recruiting. If I were conducting the extensive recruitment that the Borgata required, I would have done exactly...

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