Psychology

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  • Evolutionary Psychology: Evolution By Natural Selection

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    Evolutionary Psychology Evolutionary psychology is the psychological approach that emphasizes the significance of behavioral and mental adaptiveness based on the supposition that mental capabilities evolved over millions of years for particular adaptive aims (gerrig and zimbardo). Darwin’s theory of evolution by natural selection That is why; it is originated from evolutionary biology that underlies Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution by natural selection. Natural selection can be defined as process

  • Psychology Vs Altruism

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    Altruism is helping behavior focused only on the well-being of others. “In contrast to the perspective of evolutionary psychology, a social learning approach to altruism does not look to our genetic endowment to explain apparently altruistic behavior. Rather it suggests that we learn to be altruistic through our observations of our social environment and our understanding

  • Professional Psychology Case Study

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    Professional Psychology Specializations Clinical psychology is a field comprised of research-based practice, designed to continually help individuals and families with mental and behavioral health concerns (American Psychological Association, n.d.). The development within the field has called for separation amongst clinical focus. Professional psychologist may specialize in various focuses, such as school psychology, clinical psychology, and counseling psychology. School psychology is said

  • Jungian Psychology And Self-Intellectuality

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    Jung is known for his research of personality. His theories were made into it's own school of psychology; analytical psychology or Jungian psychology. "According to Jung the ego represents the conscious mind as it comprises the thoughts, memories, and emotions a person is aware of" (Peele & DeGrandpre, 1995). The theory emphasizes that the individual has two representations of oneself that are conscious and unconscious features that can be personal and collective simultaneously. The ego to Jung is

  • Psychological Approaches: Biological, Behavioral And Psychoodynamic Psychology

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    Psychological Approaches Psychology was founded back in 1879. Psychology is the study of the brain and how it behaves. The psychological approaches that are focused on in this report are biological, behavioral and psychodynamic psychology. This report states what each approach is about, evidence behind it, examples and theories/ideas associated. This also has real-life examples of people's lives. Overall, this report will teach you what biological, behavioral and psychodynamic psychology are. Biological

  • The Importance Of Child Development In Psychology

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    Child development in psychology is a very vast and important field of study. It is studying how us as human beings come to be, from the moment of our conception through our early years onwards to becoming adolescents and eventually a complete adult with regards to social emotional, cognitive, personality and biological evolvement. This by itself should be an indication of how important it is to study child development. considering we all were children once, we all passed through relatively similar

  • Theoretical Framework: The Origin Humanistic Psychology

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    Theoretical framework The Origin Humanistic Psychology According Riveros Aedo (2014), from ancient Greece sophists were concerned about the nature of the human being, the most prominent of these was Socrates in Athens highlighting his maieutic method, which consisted of the dialogue teacher-student, to show that the knowledge is already in the individual, and only need to extract and orient. In the Middle Ages, such was the influence of religion, that interest in the human being remained isolated

  • Take Home Case Study: Clinical Psychology Take-Home

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    PSYC442 Clinical Psychology Take-Home Final Assignment Case A patient, who is 23 years old senior student, has a complaint about not using the elevator. 6 years ago, he was stuck in the elevator for 3 hours. The elevator was broken down due to the power shortage and all people were recovered from the elevator, but he developed negative beliefs like all elevators are dangerous or all of them have technical problems and not safe. Also, he tried to use 2 times, but he did not achieve to utilize

  • Relationship Psychology: The Psychology Of Relationships

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    As you probably already know, the psychology of relationships represent a rather unique study of human behavior. In particular, it enables other people to focus in upon exactly why individuals choose to react in certain ways to specific conditions, other persons, or particular events and stimuli. Of noteworthy interest is the study of why lovers who care so much for each other, especially in the beginning, will eventually or even very suddenly start acting much differently, less romantically, and

  • Psychodynamic Psychology: Biological, Behavioral And Psychodynamic Psychology

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    Psychological Approaches Psychology was founded back in 1879. Psychology is the study of the brain and how it behaves. The psychological approaches that are focused on in this report are biological, behavioral and psychodynamic psychology. This report states what each approach is about, evidence behind it, examples and theories/ideas associated. This also has real-life examples of people's lives. Overall, this report will teach you what biological, behavioral and psychodynamic psychology are. Biological