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A 6 page overview of bipolar disorder. A discussion of the physiological causes and possible treatments. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

Personality

  • 10 page paper

A 10 page paper discussing Sigmund Freud's and B.F. Skinner's theories of personality. The question is raised as to whether or not biology, or heredity, plays a part in the development of personalities. The theorists defined are of the opinion that all, or nearly all, of the individual's personality is formed and created by outside ...

This 7 page paper provides support for a thesis presented by a student. This model paper explores aggression in children but focuses primarily on cultural influences. It supports the assumption that aggression is affected by the social environment and social interaction. The caregivers who are the role models for children are given attention. ...

Carl Gustav Jung

  • 5 page paper

A 5 page paper. There are two sections in this paper. The first is a brief biography of Carl Gustav Jung. The second discusses one of his own personality characteristics and comments on how Maslow, Freud and Erikson would view this characteristic. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

A 3 page examination of how biology can affect behavior. This paper reviews genetic correlations for such behaviors as alcoholism, homosexuality, and criminal deviancy. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

Carl Jung/Autobiography

  • 10 page paper

A 10 page analysis of chapter 4 from Jung's autobiography Memories, Dreams Reflections (1965). Carl Jung refers to this account of his life as "personal myth." He states that he considers it irrelevant as to whether or not the stories he relates are "true," but that he is concerned only with whether or not ...

A 9 page overview of the life and work of one of the most influential psychoanalysts of the twentieth century. This paper traces Erikson’s life from birth to death, noting his major contributions in the theory of human development. Specific attention is paid to Erikson’s eight stages of human development. Bibliography ...

3 pages in length. The writer briefly discusses Skinner, Kuhn, Toulmin and Holton as they relate to the concept of theoretical approach. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

A 6 page paper. The writer describes this disorder, diagnostic criteria, factors that may lead to suffering from BPD, incidence and treatment. The essay then turns to biographies of Princess Diana that conclude she suffered from BPD. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

An 11 page paper discussing human behavior and their origins. Some believe that human behavior is merely due to biological make-up where others firmly believe it is environmental conditioning. There is much evidence that points to both biology and environment playing a role in thedevelopment of human behavior. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

7 pages in length. The prevalence of violent behavior in an elderly mental illness workplace presents a particularly challenging problem for caregivers where management is concerned; only through prevention, according to Caplan's theory, can this undesirable reality be maintained. Correspondingly, nonadherence to medication is one of the most important components to be aware ...

This 6 page paper discusses what stress is, how it affects the body, and how to manage it. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

A 5 page exploration of contemporary dating expectations among young adults. Reports the fictional outcome of a survey designed to assess the experiences and attitudes of college students in regard to the courtship process. Provides a particular emphasis on the concept of power in a relationship as well as the specifics of the ...

This 6 page paper is written in first person. Drawing on Alfred Adler's theories, it looks at how power plays out in an individual's life. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

A 5 page overview of Freudian theory. The first half of this paper is devoted to clarifying the interaction between the id, the ego, and the superego. The author provides a definition of each of these Freudian terms and details the interaction which occurs between each. In the second half of the paper ...

A 6 page paper Freud’s position on the use and value of religion. Freud held that religion could be used both as a justification for behavior and for restraints against it. He conceded that established religions’ moral teachings could be beneficial, but he also believed that individuals should find their own behavioral motivations ...

A 5 page essay disucssing Maslow's major points in this 1964 publicatoin. Maslow makes a strong case for the interdependence of science and relgion and explains how the two have been polarized. No additional sources cited.

This 6 page paper reviews Freud's life and beliefs and how religion has played a part in this Jewish psychoanalyst's theories. The role of Judaism in psychoanalysis is discussed as well as how science and religion coexist. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

because of their history and family patterns, their desire to shape their personal beliefs around structured religion, or negative personal components, like loneliness, confusion or a lack of a sense of belonging. This 5 page paper reflects on the nature of the relationship between the spiritual and metaphysical and personal characteristics and behaviors. ...

This essay delves into the reasons for why certain people are attracted to and like each other. These reasons can include religion, shared experiences and same interests/hobbies. The paper also examines some examples of people coming together and for what reasons. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

This 11 page paper examines several issues regarding memories from childhood traumas. False memory syndrome is discussed as are legal ramifications. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

10 pages. Sometimes a situation arises when a family member must be institutionalized for complete counseling and psychiatric counseling care. From an ethical and legal standpoint there can sometimes be problems such as when a child is abused while under the care of the caregiver. This paper reports on such ethics and ...

A 4 page paper that discusses two ethical issues and two legal issues about psychological testing. The paper also identified a court case that had a significant impact on psychological testing. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

A 4 page paper. Adolescence as a concept did not emerge until 1904. In ancient times, there were three categories, childhood, youth, and old age. Nobody looked on the teen years as a separate stage in life until G. Stanley Hall defined it and explained it in 1904. This essay discusses two main topics: ...

This 5 page report discusses one of Freud’s most famous or notorious case histories, that of the “Wolf-Man.” The case is categorized under the title of “From the History of an Infantile Neurosis.” It provides an essential insight to the development of Freud’s thought and it also captured the imagination of both those interested in psychoanalysis and the public ...

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