Psychology

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  • Importance Of Counselling

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    4.3.1 The managers’ perspective All the managers agreed that there is a need for counselling in school as students are more vulnerable in today’s society. Because of lack of family quality time with parents and the internet, according to them students are constantly prone to behavioural, emotional and academic problems. Manager: The school wanted someone who can deal with behavioural problems and also reduce absenteeism and specially drop out. Being a private school if the population is decreased

  • The Importance Of Memory

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    “A strange thing is memory, and hope one looks backward, and the other forward one is of today, the other of tomorrow. Memory is history recorded in our brain, memory is a painter, it paints pictures of the past and of the day” (Moses). Memory has changed and is not what it used to be. It was thought to be anchored in certain places, “to be lodged in particular containers (monuments, texts, geographical locations), and to belong to the (national, familial, social) communities it helped to acquire

  • The Importance Of Public Speaking

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    What is Public Speaking? What is your mental picture when you think about “public speaking?” The President of the United States delivering an inaugural address? A sales representative seeking to persuade clients in a board room? Your minister, priest, or rabbi presenting a sermon at a worship service? Your professor lecturing? A dramatic courtroom scene, probably from Law & Order? Politicians debating before an election? All of these and more are instances of public speaking. Be assured that public

  • The Pros And Cons Of Permissive Parenting

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    Among the various jobs that anyone can choose from , parenting shall always be the hardest yet the most important . Once you are in you must be up to responsibility. From Diana Baumrind's point of view , a clinical and developmental psychologist researcher , parenting is subdivided to three styles Authoritarian (Too Hard) , Authoritative (Just Right) and Permissive (Too Soft) . However ,we can't generalize those definitions as this classification doesn't necessarily fit all cases, as everything

  • How Does Technology Affect Children

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    Technology serves a vital purpose in today’s society. It is used everywhere, from households to hospitals, and even in classrooms. Because of technology’s prevalent influence, it was inevitable for children to also be exposed to it. Kids are using technology to complete homework assignments, to play games, and to interact with friends or family. It is easy to sit back and not give technology a second thought because nowadays the world cannot be pictured without it. But just because something holds

  • Essay About Self Doubt

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    If you are following your dream, at some point you will have to face a time when everything will seem to you like a ritual. After some time, the honeymoon period will get over. In fact, at those times you will doubt yourself, and you will ask silly questions. Especially, similar to, am I doing the right thing or is it worthy of my life? In fact, self-doubt is something that will never leave your side no matter how much you had progressed. Self-doubts play a critical part when it comes to building

  • Racism In Native Son

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    From a young age, members in society are impressionable on those around them in their attempts to conform to the ever-expanding set of social norms their peers follow and enforce. The characters in the book Native Son by Richard Wright are no different. In this story, a young black man, Bigger Thomas, navigates through Chicago in the 1930s, during a time of severe segregation and discrimination against African-Americans, to the point where they have almost no freedom at all. To support his family

  • The Importance Of Dreams

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    Colin Powell "A dream doesn't become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination, and hard work." To me, Dreams are something everyone has, strives for and tries hard to achieve. You use your imagination and life experience to decide who you are, what you desire to achieve. Reality is something that you can't control. Every decision you make affects your reality, sometimes good, sometimes merciless. Don't mind the pictures in the background they are me from a young age growing and changing

  • Importance Of Positive Reinforcement

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    Positive Reinforcement Reinforcement is a motivation which depends upon a performance and increases the chance of a performance being frequent. Positive reinforcement can increase the chance of not only necessary behavior but also unwanted behavior. For example, if a student complaints in order to get attention and is successful in getting it, the attention helps as positive reinforcement which increases the possibility that the student will remain to complain. Positive reinforcement is one of the

  • Compare And Contrast Existential Therapy And Family Systems Therapy

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    The British Association for Counselling’s Code of Ethics and Practice for Counsellors states that ‘Counselling may be concerned with developmental issues, addressing and resolving specific problems, making decisions, coping with crisis, developing personal insight and knowledge, working through feelings of inner conflict or improving relationships with others’ (BACP Ethical Framework). After learning about the various theories of counseling in this semester, I realized that the three that I relate