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Identity: Youth And Crisis By Erik Erikson
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A 6 page paper that provides an overview of Identity Youth and Crisis by Erik Erikson. Everyone in the field is aware of Erikson's 8 stages of psychosocial development but what they may not know is that Erikson's original work pointed to different elements of some stages that demonstrated how the all components are all people for their lifetimes. The writer highlights Erikson's themes and explanations contained in this book. The last few sentences discuss the value of the book. 1 table included. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: PGerik6.msw

Jung and Freud on Introversion and Extroversion
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A 5 page paper which examines the basics of the personality theories of Jung and Freud and discusses their ideas in relationship to introversion and extroversion. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: RAint-int.wps

Jung's Theories as They Pertain to the Dreams of the Mentally Ill
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This 25 page paper evaluates Carl Jung's theories, particularly as they pertain to the mentally ill and to the nature of dreams. His concept of the collective unconscious is explored in depth. The meaning and purpose of dreams are ultimately discussed as they manifest in schizophrenics and the depressed. Information on Jung's personal life is included as appropriate. Annotated bibliography lists 20 sources.
Filename: SA139Jng.rtf

Lecture On Sigmund Freud
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This 7 page essay presents a tutorial on giving a lecture centered on Sigmund Freud to a group of older Jewish women.
Filename: KTfrdlec.wps

Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs in Business
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A 5 page paper discussing application of Abraham Maslow's humanistic psychology to the needs of business. Maslow's theories may be overstated in the belief that people are intrinsically good and intrinsically motivated to improve themselves and their stations, but they have been found to be overwhelmingly useful in organizational management and employee motivation enhancement. Successful application in business depends on moving from one level to the next, however. As Maslow states, the qualities of any level cease to be motivational once the individual achieves and sustains that level. Includes one chart. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: KSMaslowHier.wps

Max Wertheimer's 'Productive Thinking'
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This 5 page paper considers this seminal work, published two years after the death of its' author. The writer clearly explains the theories and ideas put forward in the book, and uses analogies to bring them into an easily understood context. The bibliography cites 2 sources.
Filename: TEwerthe.rtf

Mental Health Perspectives
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This 6 page paper explores the question of whether or not society will ever change its views on mental health by examining the changes of the past. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: KTmenhlt.wps

Nature of the Judicial Process
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A 5 page paper which reviews the book, “Nature of the Judicial Process” by Benjamin N. Cardozo. In this book the author, who was a judge himself, illustrates many of the realities that many people do not even know exist in regards to the legal system. Cardozo illustrates how judges are unique in many ways and also illustrates how they must be open to change, while educating themselves about their individual inclinations and opinions. No additional sources cited.
Filename: RAjudic.wps


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