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The Rorschach Inkblot Test : A 5 page paper that provides an overview of the elements of the Rorschach Inkblot Test, and reflects on issues like reliability and validity raised within the current literature. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Rorsch.wps

The Rorschach Technique / Quantitative And Qualitative Approaches : This 6 page paper considers the strengths and weaknesses of both quantitative and qualitative approaches to the Rorschach ink blot test and considers the theories of psychologists and researchers like Acklin and Exner as they have impacted the development of testing systems. This paper also provides a comparison between both types of evaluative systems, and considers whether the two types can be combined or if they are mutually exclusive. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Rrsch2.wps

Therapeutic Alliance : A 10 page paper that provides an overview of therapeutic alliance as it applies to psychotherapy and considers the ethical implications for practitioners. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Theralli.wps

Ethical Issues in Counseling : In 15 pages the author discusses that it is important for the counselor to leave behind personal bias and opinion when in a counseling session. "It is important to leave behind personal bias and opinion when counseling. From a Christian counseling perspective, it is important to help the client and not let personal opinion or bias or religious affiliation cloud judgement. It is never acceptable behavior to allow cultural, ethnic, or sexual bias to enter the counseling session. Although the Christian counselor is in great demand, he/she is at risk for placing his religious beliefs and moral standard on the client. Counseling is a field on which many individuals, both secular and Christian, rely. The counselor must be ready to face difficult situations in which he/she is in total disagreement with the client's lifestyle, religious beliefs, ethnicity, or culture, and still be able to do his/her job, and do it to the best of his/her ability." Bibliography lists 11 sources. Couneth.wps

Attention Deficit Disorder : 10 pages in length. The author discusses the history, definition, classification, etiology, treatment, and studies of Attention Deficit Disorder. Understanding ADD, and ADD versus LD are also topics. Bibliography lists 8 sources. ADD.wps

Attention Deficit Disorder / Treatment & Associated Difficulties : A 10 page paper that provides an overview of the current literature on ADD and considers the implications for educators. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Add3.wps

ADD -- Attention Deficit Disorder / Parent Interview, Observation, & Comments :
A 7 page research paper that includes an interview with a parent, observation of a child with ADD and comments based on research. A distinction is made between ADD and ADHD pursuant to DSM IV. This writer comments of the interview and observation as compared to the descriptions offered by researchers. This can be a difficult diagnosis and behaviors do not always fit within the parameters established. How this child's behaviors compare and contrast with the diagnosis is discussed. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Kork.wps

Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) as a Learning Disability : A 6 page paper discussing the cognitive aspects of ADD with little emphasis on the behavioral issues connected with the disorder. While there have been documented cases of abuse of the use of the ADD label on children who were only victims of poor teaching, also documented are cases of children whose disabilities prevented them from learning as much as they could have had their problems been diagnosed and treated early enough. The manner in which children with ADD learn is very different from standard ways, but that difference does not preclude ability. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Attdef.wps

Attention Deficit Disorder & Ritalin : A 6 page research paper examining Attention Deficit Disorder and the Use of Ritalin (Methylphenidate) in its Treatment. Bibliography lists six sources. Ritalin.wps

A.D.D. & Ritalin / Friend or Foe? : A 9 page overview of attention deficit disorder and the primary method of treatment, Ritalin. Examines the potential for misdiagnoses of attention deficit disorder and points out the downfalls of treating cases of misdiagnoses, and sometimes even true attention deficit disorder, with Ritalin. Bibliography lists eight sources. Ritalin2.wps

ADHD and Ritalin : An 11 page paper discussing the condition known as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and the use of Ritalin in treatment. ADHD is a very common problem today, thought he cause is of yet unknown. A section describing the condition is included followed by a section discussing Ritalin, which is the most common drug used for this condition. An additional section discussing the possible problems with Ritalin is also included. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Adhd2.wps

Ritalin as a Therapeutic Intervention for Treatment of Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder : A 12 page paper discussing the effectiveness of Ritalin in the treatment of Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Bibliography lists 13 sources. Rithyper.wps

Proposal For Researching The Effects of Ritalin On Children With ADHD :
A 6 page proposal for research into the effects of ritalin. Ritalin has been used for more than 25 years, apparently without long-lasting effects. Some researchers claim that it does indeed have long-term effects, though they are not fully understood. This paper proposes a longitudinal survey research lasting five years in order to formulate some valid conclusions about the long-term effects of ritalin. Bibliography lists 11 sources. Ritalin3.doc

The Sociology Of Attention Deficit Disorder : A 45 page research paper that discusses and analyzes the diagnosis of ADD and ADHD. The writer argues that ADHD is a very over-diagnosed condition that relieves children and parents of taking responsibility for the children's misdeeds. Significant data from research studies is offered to support the position. Additionally, the writer discusses why over-diagnosis and over-medication is a fact of our society. Bibliography lists 31 sources. Sclgyadd.wps

A.D.H.D. : An 8 page paper detailing attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Covered are its causes, characteristics, and assessment. Bibliography lists 16 sources. Adhd.wps

Causes Of Conduct Disorder / Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder : 6 pages in length. The incidence of conduct disorder, with particular focus upon Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), has a number of potential causes behind the affliction. The etiology of these disorders can stem from genetics, cultural implications, head injuries and symptoms of HIV. This paper will delve into these four causes of conduct disorder, paying specific attention to ADHD. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Conduct.wps

Coping with ADHD : A 10 page research paper on Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) which is the mostly frequently diagnosed childhood behavior disorder. Currently, 600,000 school-age children are on medication for ADHD whose symptoms can cause trouble both academically and socially. The writer’s main focus in this paper is on how it impacts the family and the early school years. Bibliography lists 9 sources. ADHDcope.wps

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in Adolescents : A 15 page paper that provides an overview of the major diagnostic, epidemiological and treatment processes for ADHD and predicators of outcomes for adolescents. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Hyperact.wps

Assessment and Diagnostic Issues / ADD, ADHD & LD : A 4 page paper that provides an overview of ADD [attention deficit disorder], ADHD [attention deficit hyperactivity disorder] with LD [learning disorder], emphasizing the assessment and diagnostic issues involved. Implications for the classroom are also discussed. Bibliography lists 6 sources. AssessADD.wps

Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Analyzed : This 8 page research paper examines the neurological malady known as Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and the treatment for adults and children. Specifically discussed is whether or not medications should be used in the workplace and classroom, and possible alternatives. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Hyper.wps

Children With Disabilities / Case Study : A 6 page essay that investigates the case of one 8 year old boy diagnosed with ADHD and the impact his disability has on the family. The paper reports the results of an interview and an observation and describes the unsatisfactory relationship with the school during the child's first two years in school. The situation did change, however, and this paper describes the current relationship between the family and the school. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Casedoc.wps

Adlerian Psychotherapy : A 10 page research paper which analyzes and summarizes Harold Mosak’s chapter in Current Psychotherapies on "Adlerian Psychotherapy." The writer discusses Alfred Adler’s contributions to psychoanalysis and offers a fictional example of Adlerian-based therapy. Quotations from the source. Adleria3.wps

Psychotherapy From An Adler Perspective : A 5 page paper discussing psychotherapy with emphasis on Alfred Adler’s methodology which involves the young. How does this particular method work? How well does it work? What problems does this method best address and why do people get better? These are areas in relationship to psychotherapy that are described. Also included is an analysis of how this method would work in a particular hypothetical situation. A bibliography lists 5 sources. Adler.wps

Adlerian & Person-Centered Therapy / A Comparison : A 6 page paper that provides an overview and comparison of Adlerian therapy and person-centered therapy. This paper demonstrates that these different approaches can be utilized to address different levels of personality disorders. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Adlerian.wps

Human Behavior Theories / Reasoning & Decision Making : This 40 page research paper is divided into two separate but related sections. The first section discusses a number of psychological theories that attempt to explain human behavior. Theories include: behaviorism, Gestalt, cognitive, social, and social learning theory. The second section discusses types of reasoning and decision making models including prospect theory, fuzzy-traced theory, utility theory and formal deductive logic and the Anticipatory Management Decision Process Model. Bibliography lists 43 sources. Behtheo.wps

Levels of Analysis : A 5 page paper discussing micro, macro, and molecular analysis levels and how they apply to the analysis involved in examining a specific behavior. The behavior illustrated is that of anorexia. Micro-analysis is defined as involving a very small or minute group, macro-analysis involving a larger group which may well entail a demographic study, and molecular analysis is given two possibilities in definition, one being simple physiological, or the more complicated organizational, issues. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Levana.wps

Behavioral Change Contract Instrument As A Tool In Counseling : A 30 page proposed behavioral change counseling dynamic through the introduction of an instrument in the commitment phase of the counseling process—which further acts as a contract between the counseling psychologist and the client in determining the initial and ongoing direction of treatment. The instrument would, therefore, offer a continuous means to not only provide the adolescent with eating disorder pathology an autonomous relationship with self within the behavioral change program, but recreate the program through a simple tool. The pros and cons of the tool are discussed in the discussion section of the proposal. Bibliography lists 30 sources. Bcci.wps

Existentialist Humanist Theory In Psychoanalysis : A case study is provided in this 11 page paper that uses the client centered therapeutic approach to psychoanalysis. Rogers and Maslow are discussed but primary focus is on the case itself. A personality assessment along with recommendations are made. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Humexist.wps

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: A 12 page paper that provides an overview of 5 empirical studies of PTSD and proposes a treatment protocol after discussing the results of the study. Bibliography lists 6 sources. PTSD.rtf

Posttraumatic Stress Syndrome / Treatment : This 9 page paper discusses different treatments being used for PSTD. The concept of trauma-related emotional disturbance has existed for more than a century but it was only in 1980 that it was given an official categorization in the nomenclature as posttraumatic stress disorder and recognized in the DSM. The most recent research suggests brain chemical interference and significant research is addressing this probability. Numerous treatments are discussed. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Psst.wps

Alcoholism & Post-Traumatic Stress : 10 pages, 16 sources, 2 tables. Excellent sample of a model APA (American Psychological Association) research paper. Includes abstract and all applicable sections. Specifically explored is the treatment of dually-diagnosed alcoholism patients with post-traumatic stress disorders. Apa.wps

Behavior Therapy Vs. Psychoanalysis : An 8 page paper that looks at the development and differences between behavior therapy and traditional psychoanalysis. The author determines that the progression from the psychoanalysis to behavior therapy is natural, and that the current use of behavior techniques is based on the necessary transition. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Behapsyc.wps

Left-Handedness And Accidents / A Non-Experimental Study : This 9 page paper provides a model for a non-experimental study in which the thesis is that left-handers have more accidents than do right-handers and the reasons for this propensity are environmental. A literature review supports the thesis. Sections include: abstract; introduction; literature review; results and discussion. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Leftyacci.wps

Clinical Depression & Wellness : A 7 page (plus FREE abstract) research paper on depression; its treatment, prevention, cures, etc; Writer uses DSM-III. Bibliography lists more than 6 sources. Depressi.wps

Depression : A 10 page definitional overview of depression, its causes, and treatment.Writer describes relevant terminology with frequent mention of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition (DSM-IV). Bibliography lists 5 sources. Depress3.wps

Depression : A 10 page research paper on the behavioral approach to treating situational clinical depression. Writer uses primary research project as well as 5 relevant sources cited in bibliography. Depress2.wps

Depression / ‘More Than Just Feeling Sad’ : An 18 page report that takes an in-depth look at the mental illness of depression and the treatments that are currently in use for this malady. The reports looks at demographics, current research, and the variety of manifestations that depresssion can take. Bibliography lists 17 sources. Depress.wps

African-American Women & Depression : An 8 page research paper that examines depression with the African-American community and specifically how it applies to African-American women. The writer offers an overview of this subject, but argues that there are factors that pertain to depression in African-Americans that simply don't apply to the white population. Bibliography lists 7 sources. aafdep.wps

Manic Depression/ Bipolar Disorder : A 15 page research paper detailing this particular form of depression-- and particularly its frequency in women. The writer describes the various forms the illness can take, causes, treatments, etc;. Bibliography lists 16 sources. Bipolar.wps

Bipolar Disorder # 2 : Bipolar disorder, formerly known as manic depressive psychosis, is described in this 12 page research report, possible causes and diagnosis are discussed, and official treatment guidelines as well as alternative treatments are considered. The difference between emotions and ordinary shifts of mood and the extreme states of several types of affective disorders is made clear, and the incidence of these in the general population is reviewed. Particular attention is given to the effect of antidepressants on persons with bipolar disorders. Bibliography lists 15 sources. Bipg.wps

Causes Of Bipolar Disorder : 6 pages in length. The causes of Bipolar Disorder, formerly called Manic-Depressive Illness, have long been a mystery. Recent research, however, suggests there are specific genetic factors that predispose an individual to the disorder. Additionally, environmental factors play a part in developing bipolar. Bibliography includes 10 references. Bipolar2.wps

The Biology of Bipolar Disorder : A 6 page overview of bipolar disorder. A discussion of the physiological causes and possible treatments. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Biobip.wps

Issues in Treating Bipolar Disorder in Children and Adolescents : A 9 page research paper that examines the issues and problems that surround this field of study by examining four recent research articles. All children have temper tantrums and episodes where their behavior tries their parents' patience. However, imagine one of these episodes lasting anywhere from one to three months and entailing truly bizarre behavior-chronic insomnia, recurrent compulsions (such as emptying all the closets and piling their contents in the middle of the room), plus anxiety that borders on panic. This is what it is like when a child has bipolar disorder. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Bipochil.wps

Suicide & Suicidal Tendencies / Aspects Of Personality ? : In this 15 page research paper, the writer attempts to determine whether suicidal tendencies are "built-in" to certain personalities or if they can be prevented altogether. An examination of literature, statistics, depressive disorders, etc.; is presented and it is ultimately concluded that there is always some treatable, underlying reason for an attempt to take one's own life. Bibliography lists approximately 8 sources. Suicide.wps

The Psychology Of Suicide : A 7 page paper dealing with the tragedy and psychological ramifications of suicide. The writer specifically discusses the mental state of the person contemplating suicide, who is most at risk, and some of the things that can be done about it. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Suicide3.wps

Exercise & Anxiety : An 8 page research paper exploring the relationship between exercise and anxiety. The writer begins by offering operational definitions, the results of a literature search and concludes with a summary and recommendations for further research. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Exercise.wps

AIDS and Suicide : A 12 page paper analyzing the social, cultural, and ethical issues relating to suicide among AIDS patients, as well as the populations at highest risk for developing the disease. It concludes that AIDS is now treatable, and an equal amount of attention in the form of counseling at both the high-risk and infected levels is the best solution to the depression engendered by the disease. Bibliography lists 5+ sources. Aidssui.wps

Dysthymia Diagnosis & Treatment : The disorder recently made known by the popular drug of choice, Prozac, is discussed in this 12 page paper. An overview is provided that lists symptoms of dysthymia as well as ways to diagnose or rule out the disorder. Treatment is discussed including specific data about medications used. Information about controversies surrounding drug treatment and the possible benefits of psychotherapy are touched on. Bibliography lists 15 sources. Dysdiag.wps

The Mind in Relation to the Brain Analyzed : This 10 page research paper examines the human mind and how it is related to the brain. Specifically discussed are the implications this connection has on the way psychiatric disorders are treated. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Mind.wps

Issues Affecting Healthcare For The Elderly : An 8 page discussion of the factors affecting health care for the elderly. Discusses the increasing life spans, the ever-improving medical technology, health rationing and managed care. Bibliography lists 11 sources. Hlthed.wps

Medication & Illness / Essential Contributors to Mental Impairment in Elderly? :
A 10 page paper discussing the intellect and cognitive abilities in the elderly illustrating that the main contributors to mental impairment can be directly traced to illness and prescribed medications. Other possibilities are also discussed within the literature review, such as the relationship surgery has to mental impairment. A large portion of the literature review discusses a study performed by Starr et al., which indicates the normal decline of mental impairment in healthy senior citizens 70 years of age and older. This is provided to better illustrate what normal cognitive loss may entail, thereby leaving room to better explain what the additional mental impairment can be attributed to. Findings illustrate that medication and illness rarely have any significant effect on mental impairment. Bibliography lists 12 sources. Eldermed.wps

Essays On Bereavement, Death, & Dying : 10 pages worth of short essays on writings related to death and dying. The first reflects on the writings of Volkhart and Michael and their discourse on bereavement. The second considers Waechter's reasoning concerning children and terminal illness. The final essay considers the impact of Moody's book about "near-death" experiences. The primary sources are cited. Dying2.wps

Alzheimer’s Disease, The Brain & Memory Loss : A 9 page research paper exploring the possible causes and the progression of symptoms of senile dementia, of which Alzheimer’s is the most widely occurring and best-known type. Current thinking is that the diagnosis and, therefore, the treatment of Alzheimer’s should be physiologically based since Alzheimer’s truly is a physiological disease rather than just a given of "old age." Bibliography lists 12 sources. Alzh.wps

The Effects Of Alzheimer’s Disease On Brain Structure : A 5 page research paper on the physical changes observed in the brain cells of Alzheimer’s Disease patients. Early in the century, pathologist Louis Alzheimer first discovered and described the neurofibrillary tangles and amyloid plaques consistent with the presence of the disease. For all the research into the causes of Alzheimer’s, microscopic examination at autopsy remains the definitive diagnosis tool. The paper presents descriptions of both neurofibrillary tangles and amyloid plaques along with popular theories of their formations and possible physiological treatments. As it is though, researchers only know the two conditions are part of the disease. Whether they are caused by Alzheimer’s or Alzheimer’s causes them is still unknown. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Alzbrain.wps

Alzheimer's Disease and Memory Loss : A good 6 page overview of the various forms of memory loss including dementia, Alzheimer's, and so forth. Alzheimer's is specifically compared to Vascular Dementia and a thorough discussion of symptoms, treatment, research, etc; is provided. Bibliography lists 12 comprehensive sources. Memorylo.wps

Sensory Changes and The Elderly : A 9 page paper that discusses the changes that many elderly go through in regards to perceptions of the 5 basic senses, and the impact this has on the elderly as well as nursing care providers. Though sensory perception deficits vary greatly from patient to patient, there are a number of deficits common in the continually increasing elderly population as a whole. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Sensory.wps

Indicated Causes and Symptoms of Senile Dementia : A 6 page research paper exploring the possible causes (no one knows for sure yet) and the progression of symptoms of senile dementia, of which Alzheimer’s is the most widely occurring and best-known type. Bibliography lists 8 references. Senile.wps

Caregiving And The Elderly : A 5 page paper that considers the impacts of family care giving on the elderly, with a specific look at the emergence of problems relative to Alzheimer's disease. The basis for this paper is the review of information found in psychology journal articles and the difficulties presented within the realm of family psychodynamics. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Elderly3.wps

Care for the Elderly / At Home vs. Nursing Home : An 8 page overview of health care options for the elderly. Evaluates the need for long-term care and the factors which went into creating this need and identifies home health care as being advantageous in many respects over health care provided in residential nursing homes. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Eldrcare.wps

Geriatric Health Care Administration : A 5 page paper discussing a career in geriatric health care administration. The subjects addressed include a general discussion of the career possibilities, the levels of positions, whether they be a head administrator or an assistant, the job environment, and the level of education required for such a position. Also included is a description of the possible earnings, and an illustration of the outlook for such a profession. Overall this is a job industry that appears to be incredibly stable and necessary in our society that is seeing, and will continue to see, a rise in the elderly population. Bibliography lists 3 sources. RAgeriat.wps

Grief Therapy For Those Whose Loved Ones Are Dying : A 5 page paper describing the process of grief and grief therapy. The writer describes the therapeutic techniques of grief, the stages of grief, and the unique experiences of those facing death. Specifically emphasized are the various theoretical frameworks offered for counseling with an individual anticipating a major loss such as a terminal illness of his/her own or a loved one. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Griefpap.wps

Grief Therapy For Those Whose Loved Ones Have Passed : A 5 page paper on the process of grief therapy and specifically identifying the unique experiences an individual has who confronts the loss of a loved one as well as the particular therapeutic challenges presented by this kind of loss. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Griefpa2.wps

Carl Rogers vs. Gestalt / Comparing Therapeutic Approaches : In this 9 page analysis of A Carl Rogers Reader, A Gestalt Approach, and Eyewitness to Therapy, the writer explains key elements in each therapeutic model and offers examples of how each type therapist reactions. No bibliography. Rogerian.wps

Gestalt Theory / Meaning & Context Through Perception : This 3 page essay discusses Gestalt Theory and the question that if images are perceived as a pattern or a whole rather than the sum of various components, who or what defines the perception received by the individual? If such images are perceived contextually, what defines "context?" Bibliography lists 3 sources. Gesttheo.wps

Music Therapy / Benefits, Demographics : A 9 page research paper on the age groups and other demographics who have experienced the medical and psychological benefits of music therapy. The writer presents the benefits of music therapy in terms of case studies and a discussion of various treatment programs. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Musicben.wps

Music Therapy in Stress Reduction : A 6 page paper discussing how music helps reduce stress. Introduction describes some of the history, as well as common facts, relating to music and its therapeutic ability. A review of current research is offered in order to evaluate which type of stress is most benefited by music therapy. Research involves the elderly, the young, and individuals suffering from stress as a result of pain. Ideas are provided which address the question of why music therapy works. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Muscther.wps

Alcoholic Intervention : A 9 page psychology paper on how to intervene to help an alcoholic. The writer describes the types of treatment interventions, the family dynamic, and the role of the family. Cognitive and behavioral techniques are highlighted. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Alcohi.wps

Cerebral Palsy : A 6 page paper that provides an overview of cerebral palsy including: etiology, incidence, causes, treatment and prognosis. Emphasizes physical therapy as a treatment program. Bibliography lists 3 sources. CP.wps

Epilepsy : A 10 page paper discussing seizure disorders, causes, incidence, diagnosis and treatment . Bibliography lists 14 sources. Epipap.wps

Multiple Sclerosis : 10 pages on Multiple Sclerosis. The write defines the disease, its onset, symptoms, unpredictable course, difficult clinical diagnosis, treatment, etc; Bibliography lists 8+ sources. FREE pie Chart included in Appendix section to illustrate the frequency of several types of MS. Bibliography lists 8+ comprehensive sources. Multipsc.wps

Multiple Sclerosis # 2 : A 5 page paper that discusses the origins of the disease, the physiological effects, treatment options and physical therapy for the symptoms of MS. This paper supports the theory that physical therapy benefits the sufferers of MS by promoting increased mobility and physical stamina. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Ms.wps

Multiple Sclerosis # 3 : A 5 page exploratory paper about this crippling disease. Topics covered include: incidnce, symptoms, etiology, prognosis, and treatment. Bibliography lists 5 sources. MS2.wps

Drug Abstinence / Does It Work ? : A 7 page research paper evaluatively assessing whether or not drug abstinence programs can work for addicted people. Psychological factors determining how effective such programs will be are discussed throughout. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Drugabst.wps

Incest & The Trauma of Its Survivors : A 12 page analytical look at trauma, memory suppression, etc; and the roles that they play for survivors of incest (specifically referring to those who were abused as children). The writer examines various case studies, statistics, and provides some psychological insight into how the problem could conceivably be curtailed in the future. Bibliography lists 10+ sources. Incest.wps

Psychology of Addiction : A 9 page research paper discussing the problem of addiction, its causes, process & development, treatment etc; Bibliography contains 6 sources. Addict.wps

Psychology of Addiction # 2 : 8 pages of notes in brief essay format on the psychological causes and implications of addiction with mention of its evolution among the adolescent population. No bibliography available. Adoldrug.wps

Psychosocial Motivators of Drug Use : A 10 page look at the most important psychosocial reasons why people turn to drugs. The writer is concerned with making the point that the stereotypical image of an underprivileged, ethnic minority abusing drugs is hardly a realistic one. Depression, peer pressure, and high society acceptance are among the major factors examined. From a psychological standpoint, the role of education in preventing drug use & abuse is stressed. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Motidrug.wps

Quitting Chewing Tobacco / A Behavior Modification : 6 page discussion and review of writer's brief abstinence period from chewing tobacco. Discusses moods, attitudes, the struggle to withdraw etc; Written in the first [person .. Relevant to subjects such as the psychology of addiction. 3 sources listed in bibliography to support ideas discussed. Chewtobc.wps (psychology of add)

Stress & Its Effects on Fertility : 8 pages in length. Primarily a research paper on infertility and the significant role that stress plays in creating it. Various measures for reducing stress and increasing fertility are examined as are numerous case studies and relevant statistical data. Treatment methods are analyzed in great scientific detail. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Infertil.wps

The Self & Modern Psychoanalysis / Freud vs. Lacan : An 8 page paper that demonstrates the impacts of the conceptualization of the self on modern psychoanalysis. The writer suggests that the development of the self by theorists like Freud and Lacan have implications for society as well as the individual. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Flacan.wps

Study In Sleep Psychotherapy / Rapid Eye Movement : This 4 page paper specifically examines Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)-- a process which maintains that someone can remove the pain of traumatic memories from a patient's mind by moving their eyes from side to side. Promising case examples are discussed. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Rapideye.wps

Psychotherapy and Sex Therapy / Contributions : A 5 page paper discussing the contributions of specific theorists and practitioners in the field of sex therapy. Freud, Helen Singer Kaplan, Masters and Johnson plus the SAR process are discussed. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Psychsex.wps

A Comparison Of Family Therapies / Ericksonian And Brief Family Therapy : A 10 page research paper comparing two forms of family therapy: Ericksonian hypno-therapy and brief family therapy. Detailed analysis are presented concerning the use of hypnosis in Ericksonian therapy and the traditionally short time span associated with brief family therapy. Specific techniques and outcomes are detailed when using these therapeutic approaches. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Famthe2.wps

Pychoneuroimmunology / Psychology & The Immune System : A 12 page research paper explaining and investigating the field of psychoneuroimmunology, the study of the inter-relationships between the central nervous system and the immune system. Introduced in the 1970s as a new field of study, many advances have been made in the field in terms of the effect of psychological factors on the immune system. Research has focused on numerous diseases, including those in the autoimmune category. The field of psychoneuroimmunology is still in its infancy, however, sufficient evidence exists to indicate that there is a very definite interrelationship between and among the central nervous system, the brain, psychological factors and the immune system. This is an exciting field with the potential to offer dramatic advances in the control of certain illnesses. This research paper offers a comprehensive overview of the field. Bibliography lists 12 sources. Psycneur.wps

Hyperhidrosis / Overview of Treatments : A 10 page research paper on the medical and psychological effects of persons with hyperhidrosis and current treatments for the condition. The writer focuses on surgery, a proven method of treatment, but presents up to date medicinal treatments currently studied and tested. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Hyprhidr.wps

Tourette's Syndrome : A 10 page research paper on Tourette's Syndrome. The writer examines Tourette's frequency, symptoms, associated behaviors, genetic issues, etc; It is pointed out that children with Tourette's are usually very intelligent-- and some of the social problems they endure are explained. A number of characteristics unique to Tourette's are examined. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Tourett2.wps

When Personal Bias in Counseling is a Good Thing : A 5 page paper discussing it is impossible to avoid personal bias or personal values in a counseling setting and why that is not necessarily a bad thing, as long as the counselor does not project his or her biases onto their client. Bibliography lists five sources. Pbias.doc

Why Women Drink : A 10 page discussion of the socio-psychological factors that cause women to drink. An extensive review of the literature is included and bibliography lists 14 sources. Alcywomn.wps

Cognitive, Behavioral, & Personality Psychology
(Also Developmental Psychology)

(*Some topics may be scattered among various other psych sections-- look carefully !)

Cognitive Psychology : A 5 page essay that presents an overview of various aspects of cognitive psychology. The overview includes a brief explanation of cognitive psychology and numerous studies investigating different aspects, such as memory and cognitive-behavior therapy. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Psycog.wps

Birth Order : A 7 page paper that addresses the social studies of the effects of birth order in behavior. The paper talks about what Birth Order theory is and what some of the differing opinions on Birth order are. The writer also discusses some of the research studies that have been done in birth order and what the findings were. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Birthord..wps

Developmental Psychology & Prenatal Development : A 10 page paper that provides an overview of literature regarding the impacts and outcomes of prenatal development, with specific concentration on the development of maternal stressors and behaviors. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Predev.wps

Personality & Emotional Health : An 18 page paper that considers different personality types and personality typing as it impacts mental health. This paper uses the current literature to support the hypothesis that understanding personality types can assist in better mental health. Bibliography lists 12 sources. Pershea.wps

Dealing with Difficult Personalities : A 6 page analysis of the Florence Littauer book, How to Get Along with Difficult People that gives a comprehensive overview of this work. Littauer uses the four personality classifications described by Hippocrates and applies to them recognizable modern characters that one might meet at church. Although written as a popular work, the writer argues that recent research tends to substantiate Littauer's categories and observations. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Diffpers.wps

The Metaphysical and Spiritual Aspects of Personality : A 5 page paper that provides a concise overview of the metaphysical and spiritual components of personality and then considers their implications in terms of psychological theory. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Mspyc.wps

Sixteen Personality Factor Questionnaire : This 15 page paper investigates the Sixteen Personality Factor Questionnaire, also called the 16PF. The essay provides: a general overview of the assessment, tables displaying and describing the primary and global factors, the development of the 16PF, changes in the latest revision, utility of the Questionnaire, how it is structured, and a critical analysis of the instrument. Bibliography lists 8 sources. 16perfac.wps

Personality : 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 influences. They believe that the environment is the shaper of personality, not genetics or biology. A discussion of each individual theorist is included, followed by a section analyzing the two theorists and their beliefs in regards to personality and environment. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Personfr.wps

Personality Development / Freud, Horney, Piaget & Maslow : A 9 page paper comparing and contrasting the theories of these four theorists. Although Piaget is more a learning theorist than a personality development theorist, aspects of personality development can extrapolated can be made from his work. One illustration is provided. Bibliography lists 9 sources. 4theoris.wps

Piaget : In 5 pages, the writer discusses some of the theories of Piaget that relate to adolescence. Jean Piaget was a psychologist that formulated many common theories pertaining to children and their learning. A great deal of his work dealt with the adolescent. Those theories have practical value for one's understanding of adolescence. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Piaget5.wps

Personality Theory : This 7 page paper explores general ideas about personality theory including current perspectives. It also offers a description of Erikson's eight ages of man as found in his Childhood and Society, each stage is dependent on the one before it. This is an example of the psychoanalytic perspective of personality theory. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Person.wps

Discussion Of Freud's Personality Theory : A 5 page paper in which the writer discusses Freud's Id, Ego, and Super-ego. The paper also raises the question of sexual bias and in psychoanalytical fields and posits that Freud became convinced later in life that his theories would better serve a cultural discussion rather than an actual application of his theory. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Freudthe.wps

Thoughts on Personality Development : A 5 page paper discussing possibilities of personality development not always addressed. As example, a common premise of the 20th century is that children are born inherently good but learn such qualities as dishonesty and aggression from the influences of the evil and corrupt society around them. The thinking person might ask why society is corrupt if everyone born is inherently good? Other topics are viral and chemical causes of mental illness, and the psychological problems faced by adults who were abused as children. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Devpers.wps

Pervasive Developmental Disorders (PDD) : This is a 6 page analytical research study that examines aspects of PPD (pervasive developmental disorder) pursuant to a discussion on the efficability of a study to determine the significance in the amount of misdiagnosed autistic adults and the likelyhood of endangerment in subsequent treatment. Bibliography lists 13 sources. Pdd.wps

Freud And Erikson / Personality Theory : A 5 page paper discussing personality theory according to Freud and Erikson. the major points of each are discussed, including Freud's Id, ego and superego and Erikson's stages. Bibliography lists 6 sources. F&E.wps

Erikson's Stages Of Development : A 10 page paper that discusses the eight stages of development according to Erikson. Each stage is discussed identifying the primary goal for each. Identity crises, identity closure and identity redefinition are discussed. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Erikstag.wps

Borderline Personality Disorder : A 5 page research paper that gives a comprehensive overview of this frequently diagnosed personality disorder. Since it first appeared as an officially recognized personality disorder in DSM-III, 20% of all psychiatric patients have received this diagnosis. The writer demonstrates that there is a strong correlation between a history of childhood abuse and BPD. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Borpers.wps

The Addictive Personality: A 3 page paper discussing the book by Craig Nakken (Hazelden Foundation, 1996). The paper briefly discusses the compulsive personality and the addictive process, which is characterized by beginning as a dependency. That dependency turns into a crutch, and addiction follows if the crutch breaks. The individual often will assign blame for personal failure to his dependency, relieving himself of any personal responsibility. Bibliography lists 1 source. Addpers.wps

Antisocial Personality Disorder : A 6 page paper discussing different aspects of antisocial personality disorder. This disorder is confused with psychopathy and has been variously referred to as the psychopathic or sociopathic personality. Antisocial behaviors are not the same thing as this disorder either. An explanation of the disorder, the confusions regarding diagnosis and treatment programs are discussed. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Aspd.wps

Personality Theory & The Impact on the Family / A Case Study : A 5 page paper that reflects the impact of personality differences on family structure by presenting a single case study. This paper reflects a number of personality theories, including Maslow’s self-actualized personality, Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, Kelly’s theory of personality, and Gray’s theory of anxiety. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Persth.wps

Religion, Values & Peak Experiences : 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. Maslorel.wps

Cognition In Infancy vs. The Elderly : An 11 page paper discussing cognitive processes in infants and the elderly. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Cogabil.wps

Cognition in Learning Theories : A 5 page research paper on theories of thinking in learning and motivation . The writer details ideas of Albert Bandura, Martin Seligman, and Jean Piaget. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Bandura2.wps

Mechanisms Of Change—Cognitive Patterns : A 5 page paper discussing appropriate theories for mechanism of change. Piaget proposed adaptation and equilibration as two major mechanisms for cognitive change. Karmiloff-Smith proposed representational redescription, and others have proposed connectionist back-propagation as the mechanism. Still others have proposed a variety of learning mechanisms. From the beginning we were told that newborns were sponges, blank slates on which to write the lessons of life and who were, after reaching appropriate developmental age, eager to soak in as much information about their world as possible. It was only later that the theory of some form of innate knowledge, of collective memory, came about. This paper recommends Piaget’s concepts as being of more use as mechanism for cognitive change. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Cogpatt.wps

Learning and Memory / The Biology and the Culture : A 5 page overview of the phenomena of learning and memory. Provides a detailed physiological review of how each occurs and supplements that view with a discussion of the cultural and belief components which come into play. Bibliography lists 20 sources. PPLearn.wps

Precategorical & Categorical Distinctions in Memory / Examining Iconic and Echoic Store : Many theories have been proposed to explain the cognitive development of the human mind and the distinctions between the stages of development as well as the types of processing and modes of perception. In recent years, a number of researchers have considered the distinction memory as a component of cognition, and have made distinct delineations between iconic and echoic (or auditory sensory) store and their relationship to precategorical and categorical stages in development. This 5 page paper supports the contention that auditory sensory store (echoic) is precategorical and considers the implication of this theory. In addition, the researcher also provides an overview of studies that could be conducted to evaluate this theory and to assist in clarifying this issue. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Predist.wps

Triggers for Proactive Interference in Memory : Proactive interference during memory recall has been recognized as one of the most prevalent causes of forgetting and the importance of this process in determining memory and cognition has been the focus of considerable research. This 10 page paper reflects the specific components of the process of proactive interference and considers the implications for memory and cognition. In addition, this paper proposes an experiment and evaluations to demonstrate the link between specific triggers and the process of proactive interference for a subject population. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Proint.wps

How Learning Takes Place : A 6 page research paper which examines some of the current theories on how knowledge is acquired. The writer looks specifically at two different theories regarding "learning styles" and provides analysis. The writer’s own personal analysis of how the learning process takes place is also presented. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Learnhow.wps

Knowledge of Results & Transfer of Learning : A 12 page research paper that investigates knowledge of results, transfer of learning and the relationship between the two. The paper begins with a very brief synopsis of a journal article that investigated the relationship between frequency of knowledge of results and transfer of learning in conjunctive and disjunctive tasks. The writer then traces the progress of knowledge regarding transfer of learning since 1901 and feedback in the form of knowledge of results since 1955. Bibliography lists 12 sources. Knoreslt.wps

Theories Of Albert Bandura : Bandura’s concepts are compared with other theorists’ such as Lawler and Piaget in this 11 page analysis. Bandura's premise that self-efficacy expectations are the most important influences on motivation is highlighted. All theories are discussed as related to the nursing profession and the key elements of individualism, environment, society and health are discussed in relationship to nursing and Bandura's theories. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Bandura3.Rtf

School-Based Intelligence Testing in Children : 10 pages in length. Educators, psychologists, parents and even children have long known there was "something" not quite right about standardized intelligence tests. They do seem to be ingrained in our society, but their value has been questioned for more than 20 years. Since 1990, the concept of emotional intelligence has been increasingly used to explain the successes of those whose intelligence test results indicated would not perform well. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Testing.wps

Intelligence - What Measure of Genetics, Culture, and Environment? : This 5 page report discusses the aspects of the debate as to which most contributes to the development of intelligence. The question is explored as to which of the three factors has the greatest impact. The writer is obviously predisposed toward genetics serving as the greatest contributing factor. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Intelgce.wps

The Neurobiological Process of Reading, Memory & Cognition : A 7 page paper that provides an overview of the physiological processes of reading, memory and comprehension, with a focus on the elements of brain function. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Neurobio.wps

Assisting In The Cognitive Development Of Special Needs Children: A 12+ page paper that uses the principles of cognitive psychology to teach special needs children the difference between fruits and vegetables. The writer suggests that instructors familiarize themselves with the fundamentals of cognitive development of special needs children and with their various impairments, using this information to develop lessons plans and long-term goals for each child. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Cogpsych.wps

Vygotsky's Zone of Proximal Development & The Reggio Emilia : Lev Vygotsky proposed the zone of proximal development as a means of understanding the progression of cognitive development in children and the necessity for interactive communication and curriculum to move children through necessary developmental stages. This 8 page paper examines the basic premises of Lev Vygotsky's theory regarding the zone of proximal development, and then applies this to the development of curriculum at the Reggio Emilia schools in Italy. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Vygotsky.wps

Memory / Mnemonic Techniques : This 5 page paper discusses techniques for improving one's memory. Specific examples of mnemonic techniques are offered. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Memorym.wps

Is There A Flashbulb Memory Mechanism? : A 10 page research paper that investigates the existence of 'flashbulb memory.' Topics include the definition of this kind of memory, mechanisms underlying it, research conducted and whether or not this is a good name for the events it is describing. This writer concludes that whatever one calls it, individuals have memories such as those described as "flashbulb memories." Bibliography lists 8 sources. Flashmem.wps

Previous Learning Experiences / Mezirow & Freire : A 3 page essay that requires the writer to relate their own learning experiences to Mezirow's and Freire's theories of adult learning. Examples are provided. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Mexfre.wps

Knowles’ Andragogical Assumptions : A 3 page essay discussing the four assumptions of adult learners offered by Knowles. The writer discusses the importance of each in their own learning experience. Bibliography lists 1 source. Knowles.wps

Psychological Theory Of Learning : This 3 page essay explores how three specific learning theories: behaviorist, social and humanist, affect personal learning experiences. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Adulearn.wps

Migraine Headaches / Neurological Manifestations : An 8 page paper detailing the neurological symptoms associated with migraine headaches and their believed causes. Details the methodology and results of an online literature search for sources pertinent to migraine headaches. Bibliography lists six sources. Migrain.wps

The Physiology & Neurology Of Sleep : A 6 page overview of the cycles of sleep and its neurological and physiological components. Discusses the importance of optimizing sleep for ensuring better academic performance. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Sleepneu.wps

Sleep Deprivation : A 9 page paper examining the growing trend in the United States that leads to many people suffering from sleep deprivation. A description of the condition is included, which illustrates the various problems associated with this condition. The main reasons people suffer from sleep deprivation today are primarily due to voluntary behavior patterns. Naps are described as a temporary solution to the problem. Essentially, however, nothing can truly replace the much needed full night’s sleep. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Sleepdep.wps

A Neurological Basis for Aggression : A 7 page research paper which summarizes three scientific journal articles pertaining to neurological processes in the brain and aggression. The writer specifically addresses the role of serotonin, a neurotransmitter, and how low levels of this chemical in the brain have been linked to aggressive behavior. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Neuroagg.wps

Neurobiology of Depression / Causes and Treatment : A 10 page in-depth research paper investigating the debilitating disorder of depression which affects a large portion of the population. The focus of the paper is neurobiology and neurobiological advances in the study of depression which are discussed with examples. A comprehensive investigation into the neurobiologic relationships is offered. The serotonin hypothesis is also discussed in depth with numerous research citations. Why psychotropic drugs work is explained along with new research being conducted. Bibliography lists 16 sources. Neurob.wps

Depression / Psychotherapeutic Treatment : A 5 page research paper investigating the effects of drug therapy compared to psychotherapeutic intervention. Despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary, physicians continue to treat depression with mediations rather than referring their patients to therapy. Numerous research studies have consistently revealed that specific models of therapeutic interventions are more effective in treating depression. Cognitive behavioral interventions have been the most successful in treating this condition that affects more than 50% of the population at some point in their lives. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Deptreat.wps

The Atkinson-Shiffrin Model For Memory : A 7 page research paper in which the writer provides an overview of this model for memory, also known as the modal model, and demonstrates its efficacy in light of existing research providing other memory systems. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Shiffrin.wps

Amnesia / Types & Causes : A 12 page paper describing the different types of amnesia and brain conditions that cause the condition. A section describing the how the brain and memory work. Separate sections illustrating different causes are included. These sections consist of Alzheimer’s, alcoholism, brain injuries, a nd traumatic experiences. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Amnesia3.wps

The Role Of Mossy Fibers In Memory : A 7 page paper outlining the role of mossy fibers in information transmittal and in memory. Provides specific information about ultrastructural changes which can occur as a result of stress or of exposure to chemicals. Bibliography lists 15 sources. Mossyf.wps

Variables Impacting The Ability To Learn : A comprehensive 8 page research paper in which the writer focuses upon the variables that affect learning including : self-concept, achievement needs, social aspects, peer influence, locus of control and motivation. Paper emphasizes different motivational factors. Bibliography lists 11 references. Psylearn.wps

Importance Of Learning Environments : The topic is addressed in a 12 page paper that looks at literature on the subject, particularly as it pertains to learning and cognition. Several issues are addressed including special education and experimental learning. A paradigm shift at the higher education level is noted as it pertains to the learning environment. Bibliography lists 12 sources. Leaenv.wps

Learning & Skill Automation : A 6 page paper discussing what is involved in learning and the automation of skills. Analyzes how we learn, how certain skills can become automatic and the pros and cons of automated skills. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Learnaut.wps

The Stroop Effect Phenomenon As A Measure Of Cognitive Functioning Of Bilingual Subjects : This 5 page research paper investigates the Stroop Effect Phenomenon, what it is, its effects and some of the many research studies conducted examining the effect under different conditions. Attention is paid to bilingual speakers and the Stroop effect. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Stroop.wps

Comparison Of Existenialists / Humanists On Learning Development : An 8 page paper that compares the learning theories of Carl Rogers, Viktor Frankl and Erik Erikson in relationship to the questions: nature v. nurture, common human motivations, emotions expressed, developmental processes, and the roles of gender, personality and parents in learning experiences. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Edpsy.wps

Nurture Versus Nature : This 5 page report discusses "nurture vs. nature" controversy in human development. This writer supports the idea that nature and genetic determinism plays a far greater role in human development that science is even aware of today and which will prove to be essential in the development of future abilities and methods of nurturing. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Natuvnurt.wps

Proposal / Cognitive Abilities Of Twins And Siblings : This 12 page paper discusses the value of research on twins, especially in the nature versus nurture dilemma. A literature review provides studies relative to this question. The proposal section includes a proposed participant base, proposed methodology for the study and what is expected to be gained from this study of identical and fraternal twins and their older adopted or biological siblings. Paper includes a questionnaire to be used with teachers and parents. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Twins.wps

Can Hypnosis Help Victims of Stage Fright? : A 5 page paper discussing stage fright and the possible help that hypnosis may offer to those who suffer from this problem. While stage fright is a common problem of all performers it does, at times, present a real stumbling block for some, threatening to seriously impair their performance. Hypnosis has been proven to help many different people who suffer from various problems and there is realistically no reason why it would not help in the case of stage fright. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Stagef.wps

IQ Subtests and the WAIS-R : A 12 page paper that provides documentation in regards to reactions to the use of subtest data in conjunction with test results for determining IQs. This paper considers the impact of the subtests on the process of intelligence assessment as a whole and also considers the Block Design of the WAIS-R and its validity in comparison with other tests of spatial relationships. Extensive bibliography included. Iqtest.wps

Insects As Intelligent Animals With The Ability to Learn : A 10 page paper describing the intelligence and learning capabilities of insects. Emphasis is put on social insects. Studies are described that support the statements of an insect’s abilities. The main insect in focus is the ant as it is the most thoroughly studied. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Insects.wps

Retrospective & Perspective Memory In Rats : A 10 page examination of the phenomena of memory and how it is evidenced in rats. Emphasizes the role experimental design can have on the results and conclusions of an experiment. Bibliography lists 22 sources. Memorat.wps

Gorillas Learning Sign Language / Is it Feasible? : A 6 page paper on the possibility that gorillas can learn sign language for communicating. Koko the gorilla is the main subject behind the theory that gorillas can learn to sign. While other primates have been studied the main subject of concern is the gorilla. It is maintained that gorillas do learn and comprehend sign language. A bibliography including 10 references follows. Gsigning.wps

Self-Recognition in Chimpanzees and Gorillas : A 10 page comparative paper that discusses the differences relative to self-recognition in chimpanzee and gorilla population. Gallup, Povinelli and Patterson, as well as many other prominent researchers, have recognized a marked difference in the cognition of these two primate species in relation to their abilities to self-recognize in the presence of mirror images. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Chimps.wps

Emotional Intelligence & Nonverbal Communication : A 6 page paper that provides an evaluative overview of the elements of emotional intelligence and their correlates to nonverbal communication. This paper argues the elements of Dan Goleman’s premises on emotional intelligence and their developmental impact and considers the nature of emotional expression as it impacts nonverbal actions. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Emiq.wps

Object Recognition / Theories and Empirical Concepts : A 5 page paper that considers the role that object recognition plays in cognitive psychology. This paper utilizes research to demonstrate empirical support for the importance of object recognition as an determinant of memory. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Objectre.wps

Self Concept As It Relates To Self Improvement & Mastery : An 8 page paper discussing self concept as a factor in success or failure. Includes summaries of scientific studies which show self concept to be more important, in some cases, than actual preparedness. Includes criteria for goal setting and discusses self improvement and mastery as they relate to self concept. Bibliography lists six sources. Self.doc

The Anatomy Of Disgust : A 14 page paper looking at William I. Miller’s exhaustive analysis of the place of the faculty of disgust in our lives. He looks at what disgusts us, why it does so, and concludes by showing how difficult it is to get over something so deeply embedded in our psyches. No additional sources cited. Adisgust.wps

Can a Computer Tell a Lie ? : A 10 page paper that postulates that under modern technology, a computer cannot tell a lie. The writer uses intelligent references and humor to explain why today's computer cannot lie because it cannot yet "think"--using an analogy to Descartes' "I think, therefore I am." To prove the technological thesis, the paper discusses thoughts about the human brain, digital "thinking," digital v. neural nets, and how SW programs are helping humans think in their creative endeavors. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Ai.wps

Computer Intelligence vs. Human Intelligence : A 3 page essay in which the writer analyzes a specific journal article which explains the disparities that exist between human and computer "intelligence." It is posited that although they may be able to execute certain functions with much greater speed, computer intelligence still can not match or replicate true human intelligence. No Bibliography. Intelcom.wps

Intelligence is Not A Transfixed Trait : In this 5 page essay, the writer analytically discusses the work of several key theorists in the area of intelligence and comes to the conclusion that intelligence is not necessarily pre-determined at birth but that it can indeed be improved with experience. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Intellig.wps

Howard Gardner and Multiple Intelligences : A 10 page paper that outlines Gardner's eight intelligences and considers their application. This paper supports Gardner's contention of eight distinct intelligences and demonstrates the way in which each is developed through biological and environmental impacts. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Gardner.wps

Multiple Intelligences : A 10 page paper that looks at the different intelligences as defined by Howard Gardner. Originally, Gardner defined 7 different intelligences but in the mid-1990s, he added an 8th. Each intelligence is explained. Also included is Gardner's perception of the myths of multiple intelligences versus the reality as he intended. Application examples are provided. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Multint.wps

Inhibitors / Organization & Retrieval : An 8 page analysis of current research on inhibitors in the area of organization and retrieval in psychological processes. The writer provides a search of the literature preceding and explains several studies on inhibitors as they relate to the study of long-term memory. Bibliography lists more than a dozen sources. Ltmemry.doc

Motor Skills Development / Theories : This 6 page research paper investigates different theories of human motor skills development. A review of the literature offers a consistent view of the sequence in which these skills are developed along with the caution that not all children develop the same skills at the same age. Four different theorists are offered. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Motor.wps

Kephart & Perceptual Motor Development / Developmental Problems : A 5 page paper that considers New Kephart's perspectives on perceptual motor development and its impact on issues ranging from non-achiever problems to developmental evaluations. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Kephart.wps

Rudolf Arnheim / Perception : A 5 page research paper on the works and theories of Rudolf Arnheim. The writer makes a comparison to opposing views, and theorizes that Arnheim’s Gestalt views have a measure of accuracy throughout artistic time. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Rarnheim.wps

Long-Term Motor Memory Analyzed : This 12 page research paper examines the cognitive psychology topic known as long-term motor memory. Specifically provided is an explanation of the concept, its importance in the understanding of cognitive psychology, and procedures as considered by research journals in relation to long-term motor memory so that conclusions may be drawn as well as implications for future research. Bibliography lists 18 sources. Motormem.rtf

The Effects of Knowledge of Results Paradigm in Motor Learning : A 12 page paper that provides a substantive overview of the current literature as it relates to the issue of motor learning, the process of cognitive motor development and the impact of knowledge of results. Bibliography lists 12 sources. Motors2.wps

Modeling, Motor Learning & Long - Term Motor Memory : A 12 page paper that provides a substantive overview of the impacts of modeling in the development of motor learning and in the maintenance of long-term motor memory. Bibliography lists 12+ sources. Motlear.wps

How Environments Can Enhance Or Inhibit One’s Sense of Independence :
10 pages in length. The author discusses the problems disabled persons have and their relationship to the ADA. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Envidisa.wps

The Psychology Of Color : A 5 page research paper into the latest findings on the use of color and the associations between color and emotion. Research has shown that color can effectively be used as a learning tool and also that use of color can affect the quality of a work environment. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Psycolor.wps

Habituation and Dishabituation : 8 pages in length. Individuals have varying abilities to assess the degree of variation between either related or unrelated events. Habituation is the technical psychological equivalent of "get used to it," and is important in industrial applications involving environmental noise and chemical odors. Some workers do indeed "get used to it" more quickly than others, while some are affected to the point of illness. The underlying difference may be no more than personality type, a point that could be effectively and economically important to industrial manufacturers and affect worker placement according to personality type. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Habitua.wps

Habituation and Dishabituation #2 : 6 pages in length. Observed behavior can result from habituated responses. Habituation is the technical psychological equivalent of "get used to it," and then exhibit a resulting change in behavior. Many researchers directly apply the results of animal studies to human behavior, but at least one cautions against doing so. The underlying difference may be no more than personality type, a point that could be effectively and economically important to industrial manufacturers and affect worker placement according to personality type. Bibliography lists 15 sources. Habit2.wps

A Critical Analysis of Cognitive Dissonance Theory : An 8 page paper that provides an analytical overview of the principles of Festinger’s Cognitive Dissonance Theory, and also critiques the theory based on the criteria for theories and the current debates regarding its applicability. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Cogdiss2.wps

Cognitive Dissonance / Applied To Those Who Saved The Jews : In 6 pages the author discusses the concept of cognitive dissonance as it applies to those who saved the Jews from the Holocaust. It is posited that cognitive dissonance makes a person want to right a wrong in order to change a distasteful situation. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Cogdiss.wps

Cognitive-Based vs. Behaviorally-Based Behavior : A 5 page argument that as people age behaviors become cognitively-based (on interpretation by the individual) rather than behaviorally based (by emulating others such as parents, etc.). Bibliography lists 4 sources. Aggress.wps

Cognitive Communication Theory / Applied To The Individual : A 4 page essay discussing how cognitive communication theory can be observed in everyday life of an individual. Cognitive communication, also referred to as constructivist theory, has recently been emphasized in mass media, especially in films but these same precepts are also true in everyday life. Communication requires cognitive processing just as it requires the perceiver to construct meaning. No additional sources cited. Cogtheo.wps

Behavior Modeling : This 6 page research paper reviews the literature on the behavior modeling training model. The writer describes and explains the model and the inherent steps in training, reports research studies, discusses challenges for the 1990s and concludes with conclusions about this model of training. Bibliography lists 5 sources. BehMod.wps

Sources Of Aggression : A 25 page examination of ten studies that pertain to current research on aggression. Starting from the premise that aggression has a positive correlation with high testosterone levels, the writer shows where the relevant data supports and contradicts this hypothesis before arriving at the conclusion that aggression has a variety of causes with the most important being environmental trauma in childhood. Bibliography includes 17 sources. Aggsourc.wps

Rent and Quasi-Rent Seeking Behavior: This 3 page essay discusses issues inherent to rent-seeking, its desired results, and quasi-rent seeking behaviors. Rent seeking behavior can best be described as "the expenditure of resources in order to bring about an uncompensated transfer of goods or services from another person or persons to one's self as the result of a "favorable" decision on some public policy. " Bibliography lists 3 sources. BWrent.rtf

Group Methods in Behavior Modification / Changing Racist Behaviors of Public Servants : The problem of racism and the use of racial slurs by public servants has gained considerable representation in recent years, as public servants from police officers to the governors of a number of states have been reprimanded for their inappropriate behaviors. This 12 page paper considers the problem of the use of racial slurs by police officers in a suburban community and applies a group behavior method presented by Sheldon Rose, as a means of addressing the problem in a police department. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Racebeh.wps

The Insanity Defense : An 8 page paper that provides an overview of the insanity defense from a psychological perspective. The writer suggests that while there are considerable arguments against the veracity of the insanity defense, it remains a necessary part of the legal system in supporting the needs of the mentally ill. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Insanity.wps

The Use of the Polygraph : A 7 page paper in which the writer discusses the polygraph and its uses. Controversy over the subject is expounded upon. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Polygrap.wps

The Tarot and Jung's Archetypes : A 22 page research essay that explores the similarities between the symbolisms found in the Tarot and in Jung's Collective Unconscious Archetypes. The essay is divided into three major sections: an explanation of Jung's Archetypes; a description and explanation of the Tarot cards; and the relationships between the two. Synchronicity is discussed both in terms of Jung's psychology and the use of the Tarot cards. An example illustrating the archetypes found in the Tarot cards is given, interpreting two of the cards. Bibliography lists 8 sources. TaroJung.rtf

Personal Influences / The Metaphysical & Spiritual : Individuals pursue knowledge of the spiritual and metaphysical for many different reasons: 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. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Metaspir.wps

Zagzebski’s "Virtues of Mind": A 6 page paper on Linda Zagzebski’s "Virtues of the Mind: An Inquiry into the Nature of Virtue and the Ethical Foundations of Knowledge," which argues that Zagzebski's theory is valid and based on an inclusive study of why people act on knowledge, and where knowledge is based. The paper posulates that her intent is to not seek to rewrite the current theories, but to combine them. Theories used for the basis of her thesis include: epistemology (virtue), and philosophical and psychological bases of knowledge. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Zagzebsk.wps

The Precepts of Behaviorism : In this 6 page research paper, the writer explores the precepts of Behaviorism briefly tracing major contributors from Pavlov to Skinner. The effect this theoretical concept has had on learning is the focus. How the individual is perceived within the Behavioristic theory is also discussed. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Behavior.wps

Historical Evolution Of Behaviorism Analyzed : This 8 page research paper charts the evolution of the behaviorist school of psychology from its beginnings to its present-day incarnations. Specifically discussed are the psychologists who had a major impact on the development of behaviorism, and its changes through the years. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Behaviorhe.wps

Conditioning / Reinforcement : 5 pages in which the writer defines various kinds of reinforcement (positive, negative,scheduled etc;) and presents personal examples of each. All terms are well-defined. No Bibliography. Reinfrct.wps

Deviance as a Catalyst for Social Change : This 8 page paper analyzes some of the functions of deviance and how the violation of norms actually contributes to social order. Bibliography cites 7 sources. Deviance.wps

Cognitive Psychology and the Transference of Knowledge During Problem Solving :
A 6 page paper that discusses the process and mechanisms involved in tranfering knowledge from on situation to another in problem solving. This paper considers the computer metaphor model suggested by a number of theorists as the basis for considering knowledge transfer. Also presented are the concepts of encoding and problem solving as reviewed by Siegler. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Cogpsy.wps

Cognitive Behavior Therapy & EBD Students : A 10 page research paper that investigates emotionally and behaviorally disturbed students and interventions shown to be effective. One such intervention is cognitive behavior therapy which is explained. An example is used for clarity with an illustration. Bibliography lists 12 sources. EBD.wps

Cognition and Emotions : This 8 page paper develops the view that cognition and emotion play equally important roles in the development of consciousness. Though it has been proposed by psychologist like Ellis that cognition must come before emotion, there is also opposition to Ellis' premise. By looking at the cognitive theories of psychologist's like Piaget, and considering the premises set by other psychologists, it is possible to determine that the most effective argument for the development of consciousness incorporates primary consideration for both emotion and cognition. Cogemot.wps

Gender Differences & Helping Behaviors / An Overview of Current Research : A 6 page paper that provides an overview of the current research regarding helping behaviors and gender differences. Helping behaviors are interactions that result from the perceived need of another person and the directive towards assistance, either based on emotional or social determinants.Bibliography lists 5 sources. Helpgend.wps

Encoding Specificity : An 8 page paper that presents the experimental findings of two studies on encoding specificity, then designs a third experimental proposal. The experiment proposed looks at the impact of age on encoding specificity and attempts to disprove Salthouse's belief that there is a direct correlation between age-memory decreases and limited encoding specificity. The thesis of this experiment suggests that other factors, including an abundance of prior knowledge, is the cause of what appears to be an age-bias. Encoding.wps

Mind Body Dualism : A 5 page paper that considers the writings of Fodor, Smart and Cornman in defense of mind-body dualism. In their writings on materialism, each independently finds support for some division between the mind and body. These three theorists support the belief that the non-physical mind can effect physical situations. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Mindbody2.wps

The Mind-Body Problem : A 10 page paper that presents the arguments relative to the mind-body problems and then makes an individual determination about the significance of Cartesian Dualism as it relates to other basic premises. This paper considers the importance of both monism and dualism in the determination of the most applicable concept in regards to the mind-body problem, and uses both of the concept areas to create an argument is support of Cartesian Dualism. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Mindbody.wps

Prevalence Of Psycho-Social Determinants In Sexual Motivation & BehaviorA 15 page paper that considers the topic of human sexual motivation and uses relevant research to support the fact that gender-based perceptions of the prevalence of biological determinants for sexual motivation for men has been exaggerated in the past. Bibliography lists 15 sources. Sexmot.wps

Blind Taste Tests & Flavor Perception : This 5 page paper explores how an individual's sensory perception influences blind taste tests. The writer is concerned with various psychological factors and how they may or may not impact the validity of relevant studies. Bibliography lists approximately 10 sources. Tastest.wps

Perception / Is Seeing, Believing? : A 5 page research paper on the intricacies of perception and how they affect what we believe about reality. The writer reviews some of the current thinking on this subject and relates it to how sometimes what we see is affected by what we believe; just as other times, what we believe can literally affect what we perceive we see. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Percepti.wps

Psychological Testing Of Job Candidates : A 5 page paper that discusses two specific aspects of psychological testing: managed care organizations and job application processes. The debate concerning the trend toward shorter tests in MCOs is discussed from each side. The benefits of testing job applicants is also discussed. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Psyctest.wps

Mythology & The Mythopoetic Mind : A 4 page paper discussing the existence of the mythopoetic mind as defined by Mircea Eliade. To Eliade, all mythology was created as a bridge from the human to the divine. Mythology, in his belief, was sacred history, and no matter what the culture, myths provided answers to the deep philosophical questions of who we are, why we are here, and what perspective, based on sociology and culture, defined existence Bibliography lists 3 sources. Mythpt.rtf

The Effects of Music in the Workplace / Research Experiment : A 14 page research experiment supporting the theory that there are a number of positive benefits derived from playing music in work environments. These benefits, which are physiological, psychological and cognitive, promote increased employee satisfaction, increased understanding of information provided, decreased stress and increased productivity. A study of workers in a hardware distribution center is the central focus of this research document. Bibliography lists 16 sources. Musicwor.wps

Caffeine And Behavior : An 11 page paper that discusses the impacts of caffeine on behavior, based on physiological changes caused by the drug. This paper considers physiological changes relative to neurotransmissions that impact behavioral considerations presented in a number of supporting studies. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Caffeine.wps

Key Concepts in "The Neurotic Personality of Our Time" : A 4 page analysis of the book by Karen Horney that examines specifically Horney’s theories which pertain to how the neurotic personality often craves affection while simultaneously is able to give affection in return . No additional sources cited. Neurotic.wps

The Enneagram : 50 pages in length. A comprehensive, analytical body of graduate level research / model thesis. Subject explored is The Enneagram; a controversial; personality test. Contains a comprehensive literature review building upto supporting evidence through analysis of early theories posited by Freud, Jung, Adler, and others. Bibliography lists more than 30 sources. Ennegra.wps

Evolution of Intelligence & Visual / Auditory Development : A 15 page research paper on language development in humans, auditory speech integration, visual audition, etc; A number of research studies and pertinent issues are analyzed in great detail. Bibliography lists 12+ sources. Visulaud.wps

Visual Memory : A 6 page paper that investigates the subject of remembering what one sees -- what factors play a role in one person remembering accurately and another not remembering. The writer reports studies and discusses different issues such as mood, hormones, aging and types of memory that are affected. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Vismem.wps

George Berkeley & Perception : A 5 page paper that explores Berkeley's theory that nothing can exist outside of perception. This paper demonstrates that Berkeley's contention is based in his understanding of perception as the only means by which a person can determine the characteristics of an object. Because perception is the only means for determining an object, then perception must also be the only way to determine existence. One primary source cited. Berkeley.wps

Perceptual Psychology / Visual Audition & Other Sensory Interactions : A 10 page research paper on the senses and the information they provide as important objects of psychological study. The writer is particularly concerned with general perception, vision & touch,etc; Bibliography lists 5 sources. Senseper.wps

Piaget's Theories of Development : A 12 page research paper on the theories of Dr. Jean Piaget and his work in perceptual, cognitive, and intellectual development. Piaget's formulas for explaining the various stages of development are explained and illustrative examples are provided. The work of subsequent researchers who built upon his ideas is studied in an attempt to evaluate several Piaget-born concepts such as his proposed model of IQ testing.... Bibliography lists 20+ sources. Piaget.wps

Psychology & Stress In The Workplace : This 9 page report looks at the applicability of various psychological tests (i.e., The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) as a framework for identifying the most likely sources of stress for diverse personality types in workplace settings. The M.B.T.I. is explained in great detail and then applied to a specific workplace example. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Psychlib.wps

Suicide & Suicidal Tendencies / Aspects Of Personality ? : In this 15 page research paper, the writer attempts to determine whether suicidal tendencies are "built-in" to certain personalities or if they can be prevented altogether. An examination of literature, statistics, depressive disorders, etc.; is presented and it is ultimately concluded that there is always some treatable, underlying reason for an attempt to take one's own life. Bibliography lists approximately 8 sources. Suicide.wps

Understanding Adult Personality : Erich Fromm, humanist and existential psychologist, observed first-hand the neuroses of adult human behavior. In this 8 page research paper, the writer details through the use of examples-- how Fromm had a more general understanding of the adult personality than did his contemporaries. Theories of character, social development, etc;-- are discussed. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Fromm.wps

Adlerian & Person-Centered Therapy / A Comparison : A 6 page paper that provides an overview and comparison of Adlerian therapy and person-centered therapy. This paper demonstrates that these different approaches can be utilized to address different levels of personality disorders. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Adlerian.wps

Behavioral Psychology / Theories, Techniques, & Application : 12 pages worth of essays on Cognitive/Behavioral Psychology. Topics defined and explored include the use of different approaches to "organizing" human behavior, the application social theory, criticisms of behavior modification techniques, etc; No Bibliography. Psycessa.wps

Human Behavior in Managerial Accounting : A 17 page paper on the effects that human behavior has upon a managerial accounting system. The writer includes some basic accounting principles, and discusses how they are, and could be, effected by human behavior. Bibliography lists 11 sources. Humanb.wps

Defense Mechanisms : The concept of defense mechanisms are and how we use them are discussed in this 10 page research paper. The writer explains defense mechanisms, then identifies and describes, with examples several of those used often. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Defensem.wps

Dental Phobia : In 6 pages the author discusses the condition commonly known as dental phobia. There are many phobias experienced by people. Some are afraid of heights. Others are afraid of closed-in spaces. One big phobia among today's population is dental phobia. Yes, that's right. The fear of dentists and/or dental procedures is a really big one. In fact, a surprising number of people have dental phobia. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Phobdent2.wps

Dental Hygiene And Phobia : There are many people who, for different reasons, have a very real and often debilitating fear of dentists. The fear of pain or the use of a needle, an aversion to the sights, sounds or smells that are encountered in a dentist's office or a cultural background that lends no importance to dental health - all of these could keep a person away from the dentist. The solution accepted by most professionals is an emphasis on preventative measures. Better dental care and early intervention will decrease the probability of painful, complicated or intrusive measures and possibly reduce the mount of trauma associated with the visit. This 10 page paper looks at phobia in terms of dentistry and the best strategy for an effective influence on dental phobia - education about and strict adherence to preventative measures such as using fluoride, efficient personal dental care, regular visits to the dentist and attention to the diet. Bibliography lists 15 sources. Dentphob.wps

Dealing With Anger : A 5 page paper examining why anger occurs and the various methodologies for coping. The works of numerous authors and theorists are discussed to support points made. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Angerdea.wps

Anger & Aggression : This 12 page paper looks at anger and aggression, its manifestations and the impact of punishment and reinforcement on behavior. Media is explored as being a reinforcer of aggression. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Angagg.wps

The Psychology Of Creativity : A 7 page paper on what creativity is and what are the psychological ramifications of it. Discussed in the paper are different uses for creativity, different ways of finding creativity, and learning to increase creativity through visualization. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Creatvty.wps

Creative Thought : A 5 page paper comparing and contrasting Jacob Bronowski's "The Nature of Scientific Reasoning" and Northrop Frye's "The Motive for Metaphor." Both of these essays deal with creative thought in one way or another. They both examine, in their own way, how creativity is essentially a tremendous part of all human thought, creation, and discovery. The mind is naturally a curious organ that searches for different or unique ways of examining or describing life and reality as we know it and both authors address this concept while addressing different subjects of examination. No additional sources cited. Createt.wps

Token Economy / Designing & Implementing : A 12 page paper that provides an overview of the major components of creating a token economy to shape the behaviors of people who are mentally unstable. In essence, a token economy is a reward system by which individuals receive compensation (tokens) for positive behaviors and compliance with outlined expectations, and lose compensation for negative behaviors or non-compliance. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Tokenec.wps

Analysis Of Motivation : A 3 page paper that selects an opinion on motivation, considers the extent to which the writer agrees of disagrees with this opinion, and supports the reasoning with observational examples. It has been posited that there are essentially two forces that drive people into action: self-interest and fear. This is an overly simplistic perspective on motivation and suggests that man's actions are inherently based in negative elements, either selfishness or a general sense of impending doom. In reality, there are a number of other factors that support the motivation of individuals that can not be categorically determined within the scope of these two basic forces. No bibliography. Motivate.wps

Psychology Case Analysis From a Cognitive Behavioral Perspective Analyzed :
This 5 page research paper analyzes the case of a 21-year-old male college student from a highly-competitive family who is experiencing physical and psychological distress as a result of unrealistic expectations. Specifically discussed is the cognitive-behavioral approach to the patient’s case, recommended technique, list of goals recommended to assist patient, and expected results of therapy. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Psycase.wps

Human Behavior / A Result of Genetic Make-up & Environmental Influences : 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. Makeup.wps

Social Cognition / Thinking Style : A 5 page essay describing the social cognition, critical versus creative thinking and information processes of a fictional 14-year-old boy as a means of discussing these psychological processes. No bibliography. Cognit.wps

Individualism & Parental Separation : A 5 page essay which shows how role differentiation in the upbringing of girls and boys creates a disadvantage for women in the psychological area of individualism. Focusing on both a funneled view of separation events and a global perspective, the writer argues that role differentiation has created a problematic world for women in regards to individualization. No additional sources cited. Parsep.wps

Pegg A. Wright’s "A Psychobiological Approach to Shamanic Altered States of Consciousness" : A 5 page paper discussing this article published in 1994 in ReVision Journal – "Insight Into the Social Sciences." No additional sources cited. Drugart.wps

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