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Causes of Aggression
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This 15 page paper examines the causes of aggression, from pack behaviour and social influences, the use of drugs or alcohol and the physical effect on the brain to the role of a patriarchal society and aggression against women. The bibliography cites 17 sources.
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Changing Definitions and the Concepts of the Future of the Family
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This 5 page paper provides an overview of the concept of the family, related primarily from a psychology perspective, and considers the nature of emerging family relationships and the transition of the family unit. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Charles Spearman: Biography
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7 pages in length. Charles Spearman holds a unique place in the history of psychology; indeed, it is because of his scientific contributions that humanity has been better equipped to establish various procedures for calculating intelligence levels. Being such an influential figure in the testing enterprise, it can be argued that Spearman was instrumental in commencing an entirely divergent look at the aspects of intelligence from what ideals had demonstrated prior to his contributions. The writer discusses both personal and professional contributions of Charles Spearman. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Chekov: "Lady with a Lapdog" (1889)
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(5 pp ) Chekov's own reflection about this story was that "love -even the adulterous type-operates as a force for good." This discussion will examine the story to document the author's statement.
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Child Abuse
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This 12 page paper examines the problem of child abuse and its cyclic nature. The writer considers the evidence of the causes and influencing factors in the occurrence of abuse and the relevant of any repeating patterns. After this the writer examines the ways that this may be prevented or treated where it occurs. Included in the paper are issues such as poverty and devaluation of human life. The paper ends by considering the role of intervention, comparing a typical US case with the equivalent case in the UK. The emphasis on prosecution and treatment are considered as well as the attitudes of separation or maintaining the family unit. The bibliography cites 15 sources.
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Child Abuse and the Parent-Child Relationship
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This 12 page report discusses several different articles addressing issues associated with child abuse. The number of abused and neglected children in the United States has risen to more than three million (reported) cases each year and more than 1,000 U.S. children die each year at the hands of their parents or caregivers. It is a social problem with far-reaching consequences that constantly reduce the health, morale, and virtually all other components of well-being for countless individuals. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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Children and Divorce
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A 6 page discussion of the impacts of divorce on school-age children. Observes that the impacts of divorce on school-age children are negative overall. The degree of this impact, however, is largely dependent on a number of factors such as the degree of conflict which exists prior to and after the divorce, the custody arrangements, the degree to which the estranged parent stays involved with the children, and the age a child is when divorce occurs. Concludes, however, that children are tremendously flexible in regard to their ability to adjust. With proper awareness from educators and parents children of divorce can recover and even learn to excel in their academic and personal pursuits.
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Children and Divorce: The Advantages of Group Therapy
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A 9 page overview of the many impacts divorces inflicts on children. Emphasizes that group therapy can go a long way toward resolving these impacts and in optimizing child welfare. Concludes, however, that group therapy, however, is just as dependent on outside factors as is any other type of behavioral therapy. The variation in effectiveness is largely dependent on a number of factors such as the degree of conflict which exists prior to and after the divorce, the custody arrangements, the degree to which the estranged parent stays involved with the children, and the age a child is when divorce occurs. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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