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Axline's Dibs And Rogerian Theory
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This 5 page paper explores the book, Dibs: In Search Of Self by Virginia Axline in terms of Rogerian and Gestalt theory. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Behaviorist Learning Theories
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An 8 page paper. Three of the four major initiators of behavioristic theory are discussed: Pavlov; Thorndike and Watson. These were the early theorists who demonstrated that conditioning can change or evoke a specific response. The theories are described, compared and contrasted. Short examples of how these are used in the classroom are offered. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Bicci and Turner
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A 5 page paper which compares and contrasts the painting “The Assumption of the Virgin,” by Neri di Bicci, with “Mercury and Argus,” by J.M.W. Turner. these individual works have much that contrasts one another. They are from different art periods in history, the style is completely different, the use of color is different, and the subject matter is different. But within these differences the similarities also exist. These similarities include the innate pull these magnificent works have on the human spirit. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Brief Therapy
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A 6 page research paper that examines three forms of brief psychological therapy. The writer examines these methods for accomplishing successful outcomes in brief therapy, and the implications of these therapeutic techniques toward the values and limitations of brief therapy. These therapeutic approaches are strategic solution-focused therapy, cognitive/behavioral therapy, and psychodynamic therapy. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Carl G. Jung
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This 15 page research paper explores several aspects of Jung's life beginning with his association with Freud and ending with the contributions Jung made to the field of psychology. The nature of the relationship between Freud and Jung is discussed as is the reasons for the breakup of these two men. Both the publicized alleged reasons and the hidden reasons that can be surmised form their correspondence with each other. Jung's contributions are reported, including his focus on the spiritual, the collective unconscious and archetypes. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
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Carl G. Jung
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This 15 page research paper explores several aspects of Jung's life beginning with his association with Freud and ending with the contributions Jung made to the field of psychology. The nature of the relationship between Freud and Jung is discussed as is the reasons for the breakup of these two men. Both the publicized alleged reasons and the hidden reasons that can be surmised form their correspondence with each other. Jung's contributions are reported, including his focus on the spiritual, the collective unconscious and archetypes. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
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Carl Gustav Jung -- A Life Shaped by Women
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Carl Gustav Jung -- A Life Shaped by Women: This 37-page essay details the life experiences of psychoanalyst, Carl Jung and the four women who left lasting impressions on this brilliant, often-tortured man and his work. Beginning with his mother, Emilie and recounting his marriage, one acknowledged mistress and one pivotal affair, Jung is shown to have had significant female influences that helped shape his critically acclaimed precepts. Yet, irrespective of his numerous infidelities, to many his ideology offers the promise of wholeness and meaning in a cosmic universe where -- perhaps -- only the mere prospect of salvation exists. Additionally, his relationship to mentor, Sigmund Freud is explored. Bibliography lists 15 sources. SNFemjun.doc
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Carl Jung & Psychoanalytic Psychology
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A well-written 20 page paper on the theorist Carl Jung and his psychodynamic school of psychoanalytic psychology. The paper outlines Jung's theory, and the fundamental causes/reasons for it. A very thorough explication of Jungian psychology follows including a discussion of how profoundly different the theories of Jung were from those of S. Freud and others. Bibliography lists more than 6 sources.
Filename: Jung.wps


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