The populations our group researched were the transition of children back to their homes after being removed due to abuse or neglect and the elderly transition into a nursing home. The special population that was of the most interest was the transition of children back to their
Special Populations – Homeless Families
February 13, 2013
Adam Beer, LMFT
Special Populations – Homeless Families
For the last two years this writer has worked with homeless families and has come to be very passionate about this population. The changes that can h
The study of the way people think and behave is called psychology. The
field of psychology has a number of sub-disciplines devoted to the study of the
different levels and contexts of human thought and behavior. Social psychology,
for example, deals with human thou
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Child Psychology, study of children's behavior-including physical, cognitive, motor, linguistic, perceptual, social, and emotional characteristics-from birth through adolescence. Child psychologists attempt to explain the similarities and differences among children and to
The mind-body connection is a very powerful one. For everything you think in your mind, your body has a reaction, regardless of whether it is real or imagined. For example, have you ever had a bad dream? Usually, you will wake up and your heart is racing, you are sweating and very agitated, even tho
The first chapter of our Industrial/Organizational psychology text book serves as an introduction to the world of I/O psych. This chapter clearly explained how I/O psych is a branch of psychology which clearly shows the application of the principles of psychology to the workplace. Any in
Faculty of Management
"Differences between Japan & Germany"
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Taking Professional Wrestling to the Mat
A Look at the Appeal and Potential Effects
of Professional Wrestling on Children
Jim Waxmonsky, M.D.
Eugene V. Beresin, M.D.
Professional wrestling (PW) has gained a firm foothold in American cult
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Prominent Women in American Psychology 'The chief distinction in the intellectual powers of the two sexes is shown by man's attaining to a higher eminence, in whatever he takes up, than can woman (Darwin).' Darwin's professional assumption of the intelligence of women greatly exemplified the definin
As an accounting major, Industrial and Organizational psychology is particularly interesting and necessary to me. Accounting majors same as all the other majors in the business field are required to take plenty of management classes. They uncovered many interesting approaches and theories of I/O psy
With the number of educational psychologists rising today, they are finding more and more ways to help out the students in our schools now. Many projects are being done, experiments being made, research being conducted, and tests being run so that educational psychologists can help fix problems that
THE PSYCHOLOGY OF LEADERSHIP
We hear a lot of praise for emotionally intelligent, even humble leaders. But change is scary, and you sometimes need scary leaders to steer you through. Those with bold political intelligence can creatively push followers to overperform.
Since when has being a diffi
What Is Science?
In order to consider whether psychology is a science, we must first define our terms.
Science's goal is to create reasonable explanations (theories) to describe reality – theories that rely, not on feelings or passions, but on evidence. A scientific theory reflects reality to th
To investigate the broad topic of professional ethics.
Study Logistics and Methodologies:
In an attempt to be fully comprehensive- we have decided to study a number of sub-topics under the broad heading of professional ethics. This paper will be separate
Biology psychology is the study of how the structure, evolution, growth, and chemsitry of living things control, define and affect human behavoir.
Biopsychology includes neuropsychology (your actual brain functioning and structure); and also the effects of hormones, drugs, diet etc on h
The Psychology of Human Misjudgment by Charles T. Munger
Selections from three of Charlie Munger's talks, combined into one talk never made, after revisions by Charlie in 2005 that included considerable new material. The three talks were: (1) The Bray Lecture at the Caltech Faculty Club, February
Single Professional Women: A Global Phenomenon Challenges and Opportunities By Linda Berg-Crossi, Anne-Marie Scholz, JoAnne Long, Ewa Grzeszcyk, Anjali Roy Abstract This paper presents the globalization of elite single professional women (SPW) as the first new global sociological phenomenon of the t
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On the Social Psychology of Agency
Relationships: Lay Theories of Motivation
Overemphasize Extrinsic Incentives
Three laboratory studies and one field study show that people