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What Is Polygraph Testing

A polygraph machine is used to attempt to detect physiological changes that are thought to occur when a person tells a lie. These measures include the...

Gender Differences in Mental Rotation Experiment

Abstract Mental rotation involves mind when it tries to recognize objects in the surrounding and figuring out what the altered objects really are. The aim...

Consumer Learning and Attitude Formation

Emily Keegan Because not all learning theorists agree on how learning takes place, it is difficult to come up with a generally accepted definition of...

Individual Differences: Trait Theory and Personal Constructs

Miss Emma Elizabeth Dorothy Meredith How well does trait theory help us understand individual differences? Discuss this question with reference to personal construct theory. This essay...

Insomnia: Types, Causes and Effects

Insomnia Intro: The torture of sleeplessness is something that most people will experience at some point during their lives. The Term Insomnia is used to describe...

Applied Behavioural Assessment Case Study

Sophia A. Johnson Abstract Behavioral assessment involves a variety of methods including direct observations, interviews, checklists, and tests to identify and define targets for behavior change....

Social Learning Theory of Albert Bandura: Analysis

Child development and welfare Gemma Smith   An experiment was conducted to explore the social learning theory of Albert Bandura. The experiment involved small children that...

Principles of Learning: Overview of Theories

Yesenia Zuniga Learning Principles Telling a child to do something is never an easy thing to do because most of the time they won’t listen to...

Donald Olding Hebb: Biography and Theories

Obispo, Stacey L.   In Chester, Nova Scotia on July 22, 1904 Donald Olding Hebb was born. Both of his parents were medical doctors (Brown &...

Von Economo Neurons and Self-Awareness

Joshua McCosker   Von Economo neurons (VENs) are large bipolar neurons found in the anterior cingulate cortex (ACC), frontoinsular cortex (FI) and dorsolateral prefrontal area (DLPA)...

Impacts of Terrorism, Political Conflict and War on Children

Asrar Ali   Abstract In the light of literatures, this paper will discuss the acute psychological responses of children during terrorism, the psychological impacts throughout the childhood...

Behavior Change Plan to Prevent Coronary Heart Disease

Maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle Behavior to Prevent a Reoccurrence of Coronary Heart Disease James J. Speen Introduction Justification for choosing the health behavior I am a 57 year...

Environmental Factors to Improve Individual Development

Nicoline Bromwell Scenarios 1) A 65-year-old female, recently diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease. She has previously been a very active and vibrant woman, living on her own...

Perceptive Fields and the Hermann Grid Illusion

Measuring Perceptive fields using the Hermann Grid Illusion Lachlan Cox   Abstract This study looks at how displacement of the fovea changes how the Hermann Grid illusion is...

An Effect of Mood-induced Emotions on Forgetting

An effect of mood-induced emotions on forgetting non-retrieved personal autobiographical memories Demet Ay Abstract Retrieval-induced forgetting (RIF) will be investigated with emotional material. Autobiographical memory as a...

The Effect of Sleep on Memory

Human tend to forget things. Hermann Ebbinghaus is one of the psychologist to study the topic of forgetting. Forget is a gift to the...

Informed Consent in Treatment

Danelle J. Hollenbeck   Introduction Informed consent is an ethical idea or concept which clients must understand and agree to prior to receiving an assessment, treatment, etc....

Alien Hand Syndrome: Causes and Effects

Nia Helyar What is Alien Hand Syndrome and why does it occur? Discuss in relation to one or more case studies. Alien hand syndrome is an...

Depression: Neurobiological and Neuropsychological Models

A correlation of Neurobiological and Neuropsychological cognitive model toward Depression Abstract Depression is a chronic illness that has stirred centuries of debate regarding its mechanism. Notwithstanding...

Coaching Session Using the GROW Model

This study looks to conduct a coaching session with one individual. In order to do this effectively, a range of coaching techniques will be...

What is the Effect of Video Games on Society?

Is playing video games great or terrible? It might be both. Video games are scowled upon by parents as time-wasters, and more regrettable, some training...

Effects of Alzheimer's On Response Times

John C. Hemby Physiological Psychology Dr. Colleen Miron There are many advances in science that has allowed us to understand, cope and in some cases treat certain...

Behaviour Therapy for Child Sleep Disorder

Aims: Outlines the nature of behavioural aspects of children’s sleep and how these might be addressed by behaviour therapy. Clinical considerations concerned with the use...

Concepts of Disaster Myths in Disaster Research

Disaster myth is one of the most component in disaster research. Disaster myth is a significant part of disaster research. It not only contains important...

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