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Papers On History Of Psychology /Psychology Theorists & Theories
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Carl Rogers' Humanistic Approach
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A 10 page research paper on Carl Rogers and his humanistic approach. The writer traces the development of Rogers' theories from the 1960's through the 80's when he finally began to construct more concrete theories about human nature and cultures. The writer stresses that one of the broad dimensions of Rogers' humanistic approach is his emphasis on becoming--on change rather than on a person's present identity. Ultimately, the humanistic aspect of Rogers' later work is regarded as one of his inherently most important contributions. Bibliography lists approximately 15 sources.
Filename: Rogercar.wps

Cataclysmic Events in Twentieth Century History / Freud & Primo Levi
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A 5 page paper that provides an overview of the arguments of Freud and Primo Levi about the impact of cataclysmic events in the history of the 20th century, and demonstrates the possible implications and lessons for modern civilization, including predictions for the future.
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Child Development and Religious Beliefs
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This 5 page paper considers the specifics of child development presented by Piaget and Kolhberg and assesses the following question: at what point is a child's understanding of him or herself and the world he or she is in sufficient so that he or she can make a competent decision to accept Christ into his or her life. This paper integrates a review of some of the central premises, as well as the outcomes of interviews with four children, ages 3, 6, 9 and 12 years of age. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: MHChiChr.rtf

Child Development Theories
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A 5 page paper discussing the grand and notable dichotomy in much of the psychological research surrounding child development. It would seem that many psychological researchers would fully discount any correlation between practical experience and empirical research. Increasingly, early theorists such as Rotter, Piaget, Montessori and Winnicott are being supported by the same empirical method that earlier condemned many of their theories as being invalid. The use of child development theories requires application of common sense as much as it does the empirical method, as this paper argues. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: KSChldDev.wps

Clever Hans And Little Hans
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5 pages in length. Science has long been based upon the fundamentals of fact; without appropriate evidence, a claim cannot be considered as scientifically proven. While theory is, indeed, a significant component of science, the substantiation factor must be based upon something much more concrete. This particular point has become the focus of attention between two historically famous incidence, both concerning a horse. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: TLChans.wps

Clinical Interventions And Psychological Therapy
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20 pages in length. Psychology as a discipline has come to be an essential element in the overall aspect of human life. Without its influential element, myriad individuals would not be able to properly function within their world. The practice of psychology has proven to be more than merely a treatment for the affluent or the crazy; rather, it has been embraced by mainstream society as a means by which people are able to work out various psychological situations. No longer is such treatment considered taboo in a world where mental imbalance is quite prevalent. The writer discusses various psychological treatment theories from Carl Rogers to Gerard Egan. Bibliography lists 19 sources.
Filename: TLCpsyth.wps

Comparing Sigmund Freud and Alfred Adler
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This 8 page report discusses two of the most noted pioneers in the fields of psychoanalytic psychology. Sigmund Freud’s influence throughout the past century has served to shape a great deal of the attitudes and beliefs of Western society. But it is important to understand that Freud was not alone in his contribution to the realm of psychology and understanding the development of the human personality and spirit, as well as how people interact with one another. Alfred Adler (1870–1937) also proposed theories and ideas that have been incorporated in the mainstream of present-day theory and practice of psychology and psychopathology. This paper compares their points of view regarding a number of issues. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: BWsigalf.wps

Comparing the “Oedipus Complex” with the “Electra Complex”
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This 6 page report discusses the idea that a child is fascinated, obsessed even, with the parent of the opposite sex has served as a literary and psychological debate since, literally, ancient times. Freud saw this as a universal part of childhood development, which in most children is resolved during late childhood. For Freud, the beginnings of the Oedipus complex are the same for males and females. They love their mother because she satisfies their needs, and they hate their father because he competes for the mother's attention and love. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: BWdadma.wps


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