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Examination of Clinical Psychology Paper Name PSY 480 University of Phoenix Date Ross Seligman Examination of Clinical Psychology Paper Clinical psychology is a branch of psychology that involves the concern with assessing and treating abnormal behavior, mental illness, and other psychiatric disorders. Clinical psychology is the science of psychology. Clinical psychologists treat young children to the elderly, individuals or families, thus, an individual's socioeconomic status is not an issue in the decision-making process of whether or not an individual should receive treatment....

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Top of Form Bottom of Form Clinical Psychology Student Name Course Name Professor Name Date Clinical psychology is the "discipline that utilizes what is recognized in relation to the human behavior principles to assist people with their several concerns and troubles they incidence throughout the path of life in their emotions, relationships, and physical selves" (Plante, 2011). The paper will talk about the history and budding nature of clinical psychology and how psychology is yet overtime changing. Next, the paper will talk about the functions that research and statistics...

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Examination of Clinical Psychology PSY480 Examination of Clinical Psychology Clinical psychology uses the principles of psychology to predict and understand how best to view the emotional, psychological, intellectual, biological, behavioral, and social aspects of human mental functions. Clinical psychology through the use of the scientific method is used to evaluate human problems by procedures, treatments, and practices. Many disciplines and psychological theories are found in the beginnings of clinical psychology. By giving the best research, treatment, assessment, and...

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Examination of Clinical Psychology PSY/480 Examination of Clinical Psychology There is a wide range of different psychology sciences out there, from behaviorism to neuropsychology. Each one focuses on the construct of what the discipline is named. Example is behaviorism focuses on behaviors and what triggers different behaviors. For clinical psychology, this is the in depth science of the focus on assessment, treatment, and understanding of psychological and behavioral disorders. Much like all other disciplines in the area of psychology, clinical psychology was developed after the...

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PSY/480 - The Practice of Clinical Psychology Worksheet The Practice of Clinical Psychology Worksheet Answer the following questions. Your response to each question must be at least 150 words in length. 1. What are at least two legal issues associated with clinical psychology? Provide an example of a situation that could be legal but unethical. Explain your response. 2. What are at least two ethical issues associated with clinical psychology? Provide an example of a situation that could be ethical but illegal. Explain your response. 3. Define professional boundaries, boundary...

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Psychology Specialties Psychology Special Psychology is very diverse with a range of specialty areas. Psychologists specialize in a subfield that focuses on a specific subject within psychology. The specialty areas require graduate study in the particular area of interest. The sub-specialties in the field of psychology include clinical psychology, counseling psychology, educational psychology, experimental psychology, health psychology, and industrial or organizational psychology. Clinical Psychology Clinical psychologists reduce psychological distress while promoting...

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Examination of Clinical Psychology Paper PSY 480 Examination of Clinical Psychology Paper Clinical psychology is a compound field in human behavior and emotion. According to Plente, 2011, clinical psychology focuses on the assessment, treatment, and understanding of psychological and behavioral problems and disorders. A clinical psychologist works on research, assessment, and consultation of mental and emotional disorders. They can work together with psychiatrist for further research assisting the patient's treatment. In addition, clinical psychologists are trained to...

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PSY 480 Examination of Clinical Psychology Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper in which you examine clinical psychology. Address the following items: Discuss the history and evolving nature of clinical psychology. Explain the role of research and statistics in clinical psychology. Discuss the differences between clinical psychology and other mental health professions, including social work, psychiatry, and school psychology. Include a minimum of two sources from peer-reviewed publications. Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.

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Examination of Clinical Psychology Clinical psychology was not discovered until 1879, at the University of Psychology, in Leipzig, Germany, by Wilhelm Wundt. Much has transpired before the discovery such as Theodor Fechner published The Elements of Psychophysics in 1860, and in 1874, Wilhelm Wundt published the Principles of Physiological Psychology. Both of the publications were needed to state the methods of physiology and physics as an answer to questions in psychology. Wundt believed research and studies were essential to know individual and group differences in sensation and...

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Clinical Psychology My first Case Study ABS 200 Introduction to Applied Behavioral Sciences Applied Behavioral Science 1 From the field of applied behavioral science, the occupation of clinical psychology, and the illness of severe depression, I present my first case study. While there is no doubt that there are other approaches that are used and even preferred by some psychologist, the Cognitive Behavioral Theory, is a popular and effective modality used by clinical psychologist to treat depression. Clinical Psychologist are specially trained. Treatment is delivered...

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Application of Clinical Psychology PSY/480 October 24, 2011 Catie Brodehl, Psy.D Application of Clinical Psychology Clinical psychologists must deal with many mental disorders. The mental disorders can include anything from Obsessive Compulsive Behavior to Schizophrenia. To understand the application of clinical psychology in a real-world environment, the case study of Theodore Kaczynski was chosen for review. Theodore Kaczynski suffered from schizoid personality disorder. The symptoms of people suffering from schizoid personality disorder (SPD) are usually exhibited by asocial...

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The Practice of Clinical Psychology Worksheet Answer the following questions. Your response to each question must be at least 150 words in length. 1.What are at least two legal issues associated with clinical psychology? Provide an example of a situation that could be legal but unethical. Explain your response. The two legal issues associated with clinical psychologist are following general standards and advertising and other public statements. Clinical psychologist should always limit their boundaries within their practice. They must never practice outside their expertise. They...

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Application Of Clinical Psychology PSY/480 Application Of Clinical Psychology According to the United States National Library of Medicine (2012), addiction can be defined as the "continued replication of a behavior in spite of adverse consequences." This paper will analyze the application of Clinical psychology regarding alcohol addiction. Alcohol addiction not only affects the individual's health but it affects the people around them. Unfortunately, in way to many households a parent, sister, brother or uncle is lost to alcoholism, more often than none families divorce or separate...

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The Practice of Clinical Psychology Worksheet Answer the following questions. Your response to each question must be at least 150 words in length. 1. What are at least two legal issues associated with clinical psychology? Provide an example of a situation that could be legal but unethical. Explain your response. Confidentially is an issue that involves the codes of both ethics and legality. Confidentiality issues are in conflict when the legal requirements of a court contradict the Ethics Code of the APA (Plante, 2011). Maintaining confidentiality is a significant issue in...

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PSY 400 Social Psychology Definition Paper SAMPLE According to Myers (2010), social psychology is "the scientific study of how people think about, influence, and relate to one another" (p. 4). Psychologists within this field focus on the individual and his or her influenced behavior using many forms of research and experimentation (Myers, 2010). Throughout this paper the definition of social psychology will be discussed further. Comparisons of social psychology and other fields, such as clinical psychology, personality psychology, and social psychology will be described as well....

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Application of Clinical Psychology PSY 480 Application of Clinical Psychology Eating disorders affect many people of all different types, all over the world. Eating disorders are mental disorders in which the sufferer either over eats, under eats, or binges and purges. They include disorders such as overeating, anorexia, and bulimia. Eating disorders do not discriminate against people and anyone can be affected for any reason. Some people grow up constantly bombarded by images of what they should be like and then develop and idea of who they should be and go to extremes to obtain that...

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The Practice of Clinical Psychology Worksheet Answer the following questions. Your response to each question must be at least 150 words in length. 1. What are at least two legal issues associated with clinical psychology? Provide an example of a situation that could be legal but unethical. Explain your response. One of the most important and legal binding issue that happens in the medical field, is the doctor patient confidentiality. This is a legal issue that is within the code of conduct between the patient and the doctor. The doctor cannot give out any information...

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A+Solution Psychology Can psychotherapy be harmful and under what circumstances? Explain your answer from research and give at least one example from local UAE culture or scenario CONTEMPORARY CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY Second Edition Thomas G. Plante

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Prepare a 700- to 1,050-word paper in which you examine social psychology. Address the following items: Define social psychology. What are the Big Ideas of Social Psychology. Discuss how social psychology differs from other disciplines, such as clinical psychology, general psychology, and sociology. Explain the role of research in social psychology. Include at least 2 references in your paper (in text citations & reference page are required). Definition of Social Psychology Social psychology is the discipline which uses all the scientific methods for understanding and...

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Prepare a 700- to 1,050-word paper in which you examine social psychology. Address the following items: Define social psychology. Discuss how social psychology differs from other disciplines, such as clinical psychology, general psychology, and sociology. Explain the role of research in social psychology. Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines. Social Psychology Definition Paper PSY/400 University of Phoenix Social psychology: is a scientific exploration of feelings, behaviors and thoughts of the individual in the social context. Studying the way people...

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Introduction to Cross-Cultural Psychology Paper Psychology 450 Introduction to Cross-Cultural Psychology Paper There are many types of psychology from clinical psychology to abnormal psychology to even educational psychology. The term psychology is broken down into the study of mind and behavior in relation to a particular field of knowledge or activity. But since there are so many types of psychology and behavior behind the different types of psychology it makes it an interesting topic. (Shiraev & Levy, 2010) As we can see not all people are the same or think the same and...

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What is the biopsychosocial approach? How does it apply to clinical psychology? While there are so many variables in the field of psychology there is a need to have the understandings in many perspectives. That is while it is important to understand fully human behavior as a clinical psychologist there are other elements that are important in order to treat the patient fully. There are a biological, social, and psychological considerations that are involved in some aspects of treatments and therapies. This is how biopsychosocial approach was brought about. "Multidimensional and...

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Briefly summarize the four most common subspecializations in clinical psychology. Discuss their similarities and differences. Which one is most interesting to you? Explain your response. The four most common sub specializations in clinical psychology are- 1.) Psychodynamic 2.) Humanistic 3.) Cognitive Behavioral 4.) Family Therapy Psychodynamic Approach: This viewpoint emerged out of the work of psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud. Freud felt that the unconscious mind acts a vital role in an individual's behavior. Psychologists who use this perspective might use its techniques such as...

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Why is research needed in clinical psychology? How do clinicians use research to develop effective treatment plans? Why is research needed in clinical psychology? Research is necessary to better understand human behavior and develop valid, reliable, and effective treatment strategies and psychological assessment techniques. Clinical psychologists understand that it is necessary to have knowledge and research skills even if they do not always conduct research studies (Plante, 2011). The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual, fourth edition, text revision (DSM-IV-TR) published by the...

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What significant events contributed to the evolving nature of clinical psychology in recent times? Whom do you identify as major contributors to the discipline? What are those contributions? There are many contributors to the disclipline of clinical psychology. Psychoanalysis developed by Sigmund Freud was a common approach, John Dewey's educational theory of the 1890s, and James McKeen Cattell adapted Galton's anthropometric methods to generate the first program of mental testing in the 1890s. I would identify Lightner Witmer as a major contributor to the discipline of clinical...

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PSY 315 Learning Team Paper Linking Psychology and Statistics SAMPLE Linking Psychology and statistics has never been difficult for many, especially for well-known psychologists. Theorizing is what most psychologists must do on a daily basis to ensure that their statistics can determine the true relationships then underlie in every situation. One of the areas of statistics that psychologists must use would be sample means. Psychologists do use sample means in real world situations when concerning the following: Understanding or determining the prevalence of mental illnesses among...

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HCA 250 Week 7 Treatment Options for Clinical Pain 2.Assignment: Treatment Options for Clinical Pain In this assignment, you will exercise critical thinking skills. Remember to suspend judgment while inquiring into multiple aspects of the issue. Answering the questions requires application of problem solving skills and methods, and your recommendations must be derived from your own evaluative decisions. Resources: Ch. 12 of Health Psychology Consider the following three cases of clinical pain: oCase 1: Various types of pain from a below-the-knee amputation resulting from diabetic...

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Why is it important to study cognitive psychology? How might principles of cognitive psychology be used in other disciplines (e.g., education, business)? Cognitive psychology entails a great deal of human psychology. Everything a human does requires a certain level of perception, remembering, the use of language, or thinking (Matlin, 2009). Our daily lives revolve around the very essence of cognitive psychology. Cognitive psychology also has widespread influence on other fields in the psychology community (Matlin, 2009). For example, in clinical psychology,one cognitive task requires a...

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PSY 480 Week 1 DQ 1 How is a clinical psychologist different from a psychiatrist? Under what circumstances would you likely to encourage a close relative (child, spouse, parent or friend) to see a psychologist rather than a psychiatrist? Psychiatrists are doctors/physicians who treat patients, give diagnosis, helps people with mental and emotional problems. They work with patients directly to solve their mental and abnormal behavioral problems. They also give medications and treatment plans to the patients to solve their emotional/psychiatric problems. Clinical psychologists focus...

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PSY 480 Week 1 DQ 2 What are the four different approaches in clinical psychology and who do you identify as major contributors to the discipline? The four different approaches in clinical psychology is psychodynamic, Humanistic, cognitive-behavioral, and family systems. According to Plante (2011), " Various treatments approaches and theoretical models are utilized to treat psychological and behavioral problems" (p. 13). The psychodynamic approach was developed by Sigmund Freud to understand the unconscious part of the mind to understand behaviors and drives that relate to one's...

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PSY 480 Week 5 DQ 1 What are the major trends in modern-day American society? How has the American family changed in the last fifty years? As time goes by, there major changes that needs to be done in the field of psychology to be able to grow and develop the field. Clinical psychologists must change and adapt the changing society. These changes in society include family changes, multicultural sensitivity, scientific advances, financial challenges, and gender shifts in professions (Plente, 2011). A traditional American family usually stays in marriage with their children. Today,...

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Identify at least one contributor to each of the four theoretical approaches in clinical psychology, along with his or her specific theories or views about human behavior. Which of the four approaches do you find most interesting? Explain your response. The humanistic approach to clinical psychology was set in motion by Carl Rogers in the 1950's as a result to psychodynamic theories. Humanistic theories propose each individual has internal mechanisms that can aid the individual to move beyond psychological problems and acquire a sound personality. As stated by humanists, the position...

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Multiple Personality Disorder Analysis PSY480 Multiple Personality Disorder Analysis For this analysis a case of multiple personality disorder (MPD) or dissociative identity disorder (DID) is reviewed. There is no cure for MPD or DID although with long-term treatment many treatments are successful on the condition that the individual stays committed to treatment. Some effective treatments include psychotherapy, hypnotherapy, and medications. An individual with MPD may have two or more distinctive personalities these are called alters. Each alter may have its own name and unique...

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A+ Solution SW 732 Pearlmutter Clinical Practice with Individuals & Families Spring 2009 Written Assignment The following course objectives will be met by completing this assignment: the student will demonstrate understanding and articulation of methodological approaches to working with individuals and families. The student will understand and explain at least one diagnostic category from the DSM1V. The student will demonstrate comprehension and analysis of treatment procedures and interventions used to engage, assess and support the therapeutic...

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Axia College Material Appendix B History Matrix Directions: Using the matrix, listat least five eventsor major concepts from each of the three periods in the history ofmodernpersonality psychology. 1930 - 1950 1950 - 1970 1970 - Present Example: * Learning from animal responses. Allport (1937) In 1937, Gordon Allport published the first major textbook on personality: Personlity: A Psychological Interpretation. Psychology of the individual Murry's (1938) Personological system Roger's (1942) Humanistic theory Erickson (1950) Psychosocial theory of...

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Professional Interview and Response Paper Professional Interview and Response Paper In this paper I will be writing about an interview and response with clinical psychologists. I will incorporate specialties and area of focus of the interviewees. How therapists are being conducted and challenging issues encounter during the therapies. Some personal responses are also included in the interview on how they enjoy their profession. According to Plente, 2011, clinical psychology focuses on the assessment, treatment, and understanding of psychological and behavioral problems and disorders....

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Freudian Theory Assignment 2 Freudian Theory Freudian Theory Whether you agree with him or disagree, Sigmund Freud has strongly influenced Western culture and psychology itself. Freud and his influences show today in literary and film interpretation, clinical psychology, and psychiatry. Sigmund Freud always showed signs of great intelligence. After a long history of studying for hours and hours as a teen, medical school in adulthood, and then setting up private practices specializing in nervous disorders, Freud then began to search for causes to these certain disorders that...

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Name of student Professor name Course Name Date The rationale of this assignment was to precisely diagnose Marla and to discover causes and potential treatments for her disorder. Marla is a 42 year old Hispanic female who approach to the mental health clinic feeling "jumpy all the time," complaining of having problem sleeping, and incidence an incapability to concentrate. (Joan Rachmel, syllabus description of final assignment) These symptoms are sourcing problems for her for executing job where she is working as an accountant. Upon initial look at her case a some different...

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Name of student Professor name Course Name Date The rationale of this assignment was to precisely diagnose Marla and to discover causes and potential treatments for her disorder. Marla is a 42 year old Hispanic female who approach to the mental health clinic feeling "jumpy all the time," complaining of having problem sleeping, and incidence an incapability to concentrate. (Joan Rachmel, syllabus description of final assignment) These symptoms are sourcing problems for her for executing job where she is working as an accountant. Upon initial look at her case a some different...

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PSY 480 Week 5 DQ 2 Why is it important to understand cultural diversity in the field of clinical psychology? The United States are consisted of people around the world with different cultures. About 25% of American populations are members of ethnic minorities. Here in California, majority of the population are Asian American. Psychologists and other professional must know and learn cultural diversity of other culture because cultural diversity contributes to behavioral development. The social contest of cultural diversity impacts the behavior. The understanding of culture is...

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What are the most common ethical violations in clinical psychology? What do you think contributes to a clinician acting unethically? According to our text, ethical violations fall into six categories (Plante, 2011). The first category includes inexperience or lack of knowledge in the psychologist (Plante, 2011). This inexperience or lack of knowledge can lead to an unexpected ethical predicament (Plante, 2011). For example, a psychologist might not recognize that copying data from an intelligence test and presenting this information the patient's parents breaks the protection,...

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The concept of personality assessment and test classification is shifting: Meyer and Kurtz (2006) Consider Meyer and Kurtz’s (2006) discussion of personality test descriptors. Please access the Meyer and Kurtz (2006) article in Doc Sharing. Also read the following articles: Krishnamurthy, R., VandeCreek, L., Kaslow, N. J., Tazeau, Y. N., Miville, M. L., Kerns, R., …. (2004) Achieving competency in psychological assessment: Directions for education and training. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 60(7), 725-739. American Psychological Association (2003). Guidelines on...

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HCA 250 All Assignments Week 1 CheckPoint: Health Decisions and the Biopsychosocial Model. How do factors in the biopsychosocial model operate when you make a decision that affects your health? Think of examples of when you made either good or poor decisions. The health consequences of your decisions can be minor or major. Discuss examples of health decisions from your own experiences as you respond to the following in 250 to 300 words: oDescribe an example of how biological factors influenced a decision you made, and how the decision impacted your health. Biological factors...

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HCA 250 Complete Course Week 1 CheckPoint: Health Decisions and the Biopsychosocial Model. How do factors in the biopsychosocial model operate when you make a decision that affects your health? Think of examples of when you made either good or poor decisions. The health consequences of your decisions can be minor or major. Discuss examples of health decisions from your own experiences as you respond to the following in 250 to 300 words: oDescribe an example of how biological factors influenced a decision you made, and how the decision impacted your health. Biological factors...

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Chapter 6 in What You Can Do with a Major in Psychology? reviews some of the career possibilities for psychology majors. Which careers in psychology interest you the most? Why? What would you need to do to attain one of those careers? Include both short-term and long-term goals. There are several careers in psychology that interest would interest me. The three of my choices were clinical and counseling psychologists, a college professor, or just clinical psychologists. In order to become a college professor, you have to have at least a four year degree, but my plans are to earn a...

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DQ 1: Refer to the charts on p. 6 & p. 20 ofPsychology and Your Life. Identify the five major perspectives in the field of psychology and list one subfield for each. I could see on the chart that psychology had many interesting topics. Even though i haven't studied it myself but the belief was there that it would be interesting. The fear of doing bad always prevented me from taking the classes. The five main things to look forward to are:- Cognitive Psychology: - Focuses on higher mentalprocesses and problem solving skills. Developmental psychology :- Studies human life cycle. Health...

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HCA 250 Week 7 1.CheckPoint: Pain Matrix Resource: Appendix E Complete Appendix E and post it as an attachment. 2.Assignment: Treatment Options for Clinical Pain In this assignment, you will exercise critical thinking skills. Remember to suspend judgment while inquiring into multiple aspects of the issue. Answering the questions requires application of problem solving skills and methods, and your recommendations must be derived from your own evaluative decisions. Resources: Ch. 12 of Health Psychology Consider the following three cases of clinical pain: oCase 1: Various...

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Freud and Rogers PSYCH504 Freud and Rogers Sigmund Freud and Carl Rogers are two of the greatest theorists in recent history both made advancements in psychology with theories built upon clinical evidence and experience. Both theorized that people have a hidden personality within that humans are not aware of. Although both theories were developed through many years of clinical experience, each is based on different assumptions. The concept of human nature and the role in the rationale behind human motivation are diametrically opposed in these theories (Goodwin, 2005). Article...

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Freud and Rogers PSYCH504 Freud and Rogers Sigmund Freud and Carl Rogers are two of the greatest theorists in recent history both made advancements in psychology with theories built upon clinical evidence and experience. Both theorized that people have a hidden personality within that humans are not aware of. Although both theories were developed through many years of clinical experience, each is based on different assumptions. The concept of human nature and the role in the rationale behind human motivation are diametrically opposed in these theories (Goodwin, 2005). Article...

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Psy Critique PSY 435 Article Critique #1 (Addiction Theories) "Television addiction: Theories and Data Behind the Ubiquitous Metaphor" This article was presented in the American Psychological Association by Robert Mcllwraith, Robin Jacobvitz, Robert Kubey, and Alison Alexander. Mcllwraith is the head of the Department of Clinical Health Psychology and the director of the Rural and Northern Psychology Program. Jacobvitz is a Psychology educator and consultant in Albuquerque, NM. Kubey is the professor of Journalism and Media Studies, and director of the Center for Media Studies at...

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Assume that an industrial/organizational psychologist is using integrity tests to advise an organization about employee selection and ethical conflicts might this create in terms of his/her responsibilities to the organization and/or its employees? Ethics play a major role in the field of psychology and of course in the department of I/O psychology. Whenever a psychologist is making decisions, he or she must take into consideration the Ethics code. The ethics code provides guidelines to any psychosocial work in regards to "the clinical, counseling, and school practice of...

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A+ Solution Psychology Students are required to complete a clinical research paper on a specific child and adolescent diagnosis. Students must approve diagnosis with instructor, and use APA style in preparation. The purpose of this assignment is for students to integrate a clinical diagnosis with Evidence Based (EB) Interventions. Paper should include etiology and epidemiology of the diagnosis and discuss EB interventions that are associated with the diagnosis. The research paper will proceed as follows: First, each student will select a minimum of 5 psychological journal...

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PSY 270 Psychological Disorder Analysis Psychological Disorder Analysis Axia College of University of Phoenix Abnormal Psychology: Abuse, Addiction, and Disorders PSY/270 Psychological Disorder Analysis This Psychological Disorder Analysis will analyze Marla's disorder using the information provided in the Faces of Abnormal Psychology Interactive Application. Ten clinical interview questions along with the existing symptoms are crucial to making a final diagnosis of this disorder. Furthermore, important summarized aspects of the disorder will make this disorder more...

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PSY 270 Psychological Disorder Analysis Psychological Disorder Analysis Axia College of University of Phoenix Abnormal Psychology: Abuse, Addiction, and Disorders PSY/270 Psychological Disorder Analysis This Psychological Disorder Analysis will analyze Marla's disorder using the information provided in the Faces of Abnormal Psychology Interactive Application. Ten clinical interview questions along with the existing symptoms are crucial to making a final diagnosis of this disorder. Furthermore, important summarized aspects of the disorder will make this disorder more...

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A+ Grade Work PSY 470 Week 1 Benchmark - Models of Abnormality Abnormal Psychology in Science and Clinical Practice In 1,000-1,250 words identify and explain: 1.Each of the six models of abnormality 2.Provide specific and current examples to demonstrate the application and treatment of each. Include two to four scholarly sources from the GCU library to support your claims. Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required. This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the...

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Read the article and answer the following questions: 1. Do you agree with Donta Page's defense plea based on brain pathology? 2. If brain-imaging techniques become widely accepted in the society, what will be its social repercussions (Consider early detection and labeling)? Your first post should be 200-300 words. You can get 1-2 points for your first post. Each subsequent post/comment will get you 0.5 point (You need to make at least 2 additional comments in order to get full credit). You can earn maximum of 3 points. The Criminal Mind Advances in genetics and neuroscience...

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Health Care Career Diagram and Summary HCS 531 Health care career diagram and summary My health care career diagram and summary will focus on the psychologist working in an Outpatient Mental Health Clinic. Psychologists are Doctors with a Ph.D. in Psychology. They are distinguished by their specialty and can provide services in several specialty areas: research, developmental, clinical, and neuropsychological, to name a few. According to Shi and Singh (2012), "They are trained in interpreting and changing the behavior of people. Psychologists cannot...

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The Roy Adaptation ModelPage 1 Roy began work on her theory in the 1960s. She drew from existing work of a physiological psychologist, and behavioral, systems and role theorists. She was keenly interested in the psycho/social aspects of the person from the start and concentrated her education on this aspect of Person. Thus, the language/thinking of psychology and sociology became second nature to her. The need for intense study of the language and ideas behind Roy's Adaptation Model is its biggest drawback in applying it to many clinical areas. The confusion in the physiological...

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_A+ Grade Work_ ####**PSYCH 660 Week 6 Individual Assignment Case Study** Rashid Vaji, Ph.D., a member of the school psychology faculty at a midsize university, serves as a faculty supervisor for students assigned to externships in schools. The department has formalized a supervision and evaluation system for the extern program. Students have weekly individual meetings with the faculty supervisor and biweekly meetings with the on-site supervisor. The on-site supervisor writes a midyear (December) and end of academic year (May) evaluation of each student. The site evaluations are sent...

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Final Project Outline Critique of a Psychological Disorder - Depression Depression Abstract: This portion of the paper will discuss the clinical depression rations in the teenage. Paper will throw light on the causes, symptoms and treatments for depressive disorders among teenagers. Introduction: This portion of the paper will talk about: a. Definition of depression b. Statistical records and demographic facts c. Brief history The elements will be better reviewed in the light of the general article called "quality of depression care in a population-based sample of patients with...

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Annotated Bibliography PSY 410 Ahmed, M., & Boisvert, C. M. (2005). Exploring Unique Roles for Psychologists. American Psychologist, 60(7), 732-734. doi: This journal article gives an overview of the role of psychologists in treating mental disorders, and how psychologists can add to the treatment of seriously mentally ill patients in a variety of settings. In the clinical setting, unlike psychiatrists and other mental health professionals, psychologists can offer therapeutic treatments for patients because of their unique training in behavioral analysis, research, learning theory,...

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A+ Grade Solution PSYCH 660 Week 6 Individual Assignment Case Study Seven Worksheet Rashid Vaji, Ph.D., a member of the school psychology faculty at a midsize university, serves as a faculty supervisor for students assigned to externships in schools. The department has formalized a supervision and evaluation system for the extern program. Students have weekly individual meetings with the faculty supervisor and biweekly meetings with the on-site supervisor. The on-site supervisor writes a midyear (December) and end of academic year (May) evaluation of each student. The site evaluations...

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PSYCH 660 Week 6 Individual Assignment Case Study Rashid Vaji, Ph.D., a member of the school psychology faculty at a midsize university, serves as a faculty supervisor for students assigned to externships in schools. The department has formalized a supervision and evaluation system for the extern program. Students have weekly individual meetings with the faculty supervisor and biweekly meetings with the on-site supervisor. The on-site supervisor writes a midyear (December) and end of academic year (May) evaluation of each student. The site evaluations are sent to Dr. Vaji, and he...

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