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Concepts in Psychology
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This 6 page paper provides an overview of specific psychological concepts in three separate sections. One talks about different types of psychologists inclusive of the Freudian psychologist and the object relations therapist. The second section compares the learning and psychodynamic approaches, and looks at positive and negative aspects of each and the third section looks at concepts in Kleinian theory. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Conditioning Theory: Examples from Everyday Life
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An 8 page discussion of conditioning theory. Outlines the theories of B.F. Skinner and provides examples from everyday life, examples such as that of a child learning appropriate table manners from his parents, to illustrate those theories. Explores terminology such as conditioned verses unconditioned stimuli and response, punishment, reward, instrumental, operant, etc. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Crowding / A Study of Freedman's Linear Aggression
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9 pages in length. Writer examines Freedman's Density-Intensity Theory which attempts to show that crowding is not necessarily a stress producing condition but that men and women react to it quite differently. Paper contains an extensive literature review documenting various pertinent studies. Traditional footnote style with numerous sources cited.
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Death and Dying : Stages and Phases
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A 5 page paper which examines various aspects of death as presented in the book “Death, Mourning, and Caring” by Robert Marrone. In this examination we discuss how our perceptions of death have changed through the years, and how we fear and ignore the reality of death more than we, as a society and people, did in the past. We discuss Marrone’s book in relationship to Elisabeth Kubler-Ross’ stages of dying, Marrone’s phases of mourning and other various aspects which illustrate the alterations we go through in regards to death, dying, and grieving. No additional cites provided.
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Depression: Analyzed From A Micro, Molecular And Macro Level
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6 pages in length. From environmental to social and cultural to chemical, divergent factors categorize depression as having separate indicators and consequences. The writer discusses how chemical imbalance, compulsive behavior and perpetual poverty might influence depression. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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Determinism And Indeterminism In Psychology
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6 pages in length. Is one's life and liberty truly determined or is it primarily the result of mankind’s free will? The writer discusses this issue by addressing humanistic and cognitive theories, as well as Roger Wolcott Sperry, Thomas More's "Utopia," Anthony Burgess' "A Clockwork Orange" and B.F. Skinner's "Walden 2." Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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Direct and Constructivist Theories Of Perception
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This 5 page paper outlines the direct and constructivist theories or perception, considering the similarities and differences and which, if any, may be seen as the superior hypothesis. The bibliography cites 7 sources.
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Donald Kiesler and Outcome Studies in Psychotherapy
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This 5 page report discusses the work of Donald Kiesler in psychotherapy research. Kiesler points out that work in personality theory that is derived from the variety of interpersonal circles inventories is supportive of many of the personality theories that drive integrative models of psychotherapy. He also referred to research that does not recognize the importance of such numerous factors as the “myth of uniformity.” Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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