Psychology Coursework Examples

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Labelling Theory

Name Tutor Course Date Labelling Theory Leon-Guerrero came up with an estimation which suggested that 28% of Black males will be incarcerated in their lifetime as compared to 16% of Hispanic and 4.4% whites. It is not clear what procedures were used to get to these figures, and their accuracy is questionable. This is because…

Occupational Therapy Models

Occupational Therapy Models Name Institution Affiliation Title of Model: Occupational behavior Theoretical Components Summary Focus (OT framework domains, practice areas, health conditions, or specific populations) Focuses on preventing and reducing disruptions and incapacities resulting from injury and illness. The model is meant to help all persons regardless of age or abilities. The model Stresses the…

War And Peace

War and peace By (name) Tutor Course Institution City Date War and Peace Democratic Peace Theory (DPT) is a theory of peace that restrict a democratic nation from engaging in war with another identified democratic country. However, DPT tends to tolerate war between democratic and non-democratic countries. Immanuel Kant initially formulated the concepts of democratic…

Organizational Cognitive Neuroscience

Organizational Cognitive Neuroscience Student’s Name Institution Organizational behavior refers to the study of the way people behave and interact with each other within the setting of an organization. It is premised on the idea that workers can be managed through the scientific approach to create a better and more efficient organization (Senior, Lee & Butler,…

Biopsychology

Biopsychology Author’s Name Institutional Affiliation Lecturer Due Date 1. What is an emotion? What is love? What in particular, is going on in our brain when we are in love? According to the English dictionary, emotion is defined as a strong feeling of an individual that emanates from one’s mood as well as the relationship…

Informed Consent And Debriefing Form

Name Instructor Course Date Consent Form A consent form is a legally binding document that shows a participant is willing to partake in a study. Furthermore, it proves they agreed to the probable the risks associated with the study. Participants receive a form to sign after agreeing to the set terms and conditions and the…

Socioemotional Selectivity Theory

Socioemotional Selectivity Theory Name Institution Socioemotional Selectivity Theory Socioemotional functioning evolves with age. However, there is no point in life that the feeling of being rooted in a more significant social group reduces nor does the distressing effects of loneliness diminish. Intense emotions including facial and subjective feelings and integrity remain even at old age….

Abnormal Psychology

Name InstructorCourse Date Illness Anxiety Disorder Illness anxiety disorder is a mental disorder where an individual is believed to have a severe disease by the presence of specific physical signs or symptoms. It is mostly characterized by an excessive preoccupation with illness and misinterpretation of standard body functions and cues hence causing health-related anxiety. There…

Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Emotional Intelligence Emotional Intelligence (EI) can be defined as the ability of individuals to understand their emotions and the emotions of the people they interact with and manage them. It is measured by various factors all of which are based on the capability of people to make rational decisions…

Dissemination of an Ethnographic

Dissemination of an Ethnographic Interview Name of the StudentProfessor’s Name Dissemination of an Ethnographic Interview Introduction Ethnography refers to the study of social interactions, behavioral attributes, and perceptions of culturally-distinct communities, teams, and organizations. The roots of ethnography can be traced back to the anthropological studies that were conducted across remote and rural societies in…

Team Dynamics

Team Dynamics Student’s Name Institution Date of Submission OB Homework 1. What aspects of team processes are mostly observed in a group project? What impact do they have on a team’s performance? A group project begins with the initiation process which involves identifying and approving a new project. It also requires explaining the phases and…

Perception and Interpersonal Interventions 

Perception and Interpersonal Interventions Name Institution Perception and Interpersonal Interventions Maintaining good interpersonal relationships requires one to be assertive, have the ability to resolve conflicts, communicate with others efficiently and be emotionally intelligent. Assertiveness is the way people express themselves and satisfy their needs without hurting others. People who are not assertive often get stress…

Stereotypes

Stereotypes(Name)(Course)February 24, 2018(Faculty)StereotypesSociety, at times, bestows harmful stereotypes to specific groups of people. For instance, it is a typical stereotype that women are not fit to be leaders. Another stereotype is about African Americans, who are believed to be violent and criminals. These stereotypes create inequality because the marginalized groups are deprived of privileges. They…

APA Review Assessment

APA Review Assessment Name Institutional Affiliation APA Review Assessment Book Reference in Print: Title of Book: The Four Hidden DNA of Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google Author(s): Scott Galloway Publication Year: 2017 Publisher: Penguin Random House Location: New York Galloway, S. (2017). The Four Hidden DNA of Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google. New York: Penguin…

Model of human occupation

Occupational Therapy Models Name Institution Affiliation Occupational Therapy Models In occupational therapy, several models have been developed as to help therapists define the scope of practice. These models include the occupational behavior, model of human occupation (MOHO), the occupational adaptation, the ecology of human performance, and the person-environment-occupation model (PEOM). Of the five models, the…

OT Theory

OT Theory Name Institute Affiliation OT Theory Occupational Therapy Theory (OTT) is an art that encompasses helping people in doing their daily activities that are worthwhile in regards to their well being and general health. Most people presume OT theory to be relating to career counseling, which is misconception since it does not focus on…

Toglias dynamic interactional approach

FRAMES OF REFERENCE – CHAPTERS 15, 16 & 17 Name Institution Frames of Reference – Chapters 15, 16 & 17 Chapter 15 Toglias dynamic interactional approach Theoretical Components Summary Focus This frame is inclined towards the individuals who have acquired all kinds of brain injuries and assist them to cope with associated repercussions. Theorists Cole,…

Behavioral frames

FRAMES OF REFERENCE Institution Name Frames Of Reference Applied Behavioral frames for Chapter 12 Theoretical Components Summary Focus Behavior modification is a critical approach to working people who have developmental disabilities, mentally handicapped and other psychological conditions like irritable and captivating disorders, and phobias. Theorists Pavlov’s 1927 Function The theory is better since it is…

Casp Qualitative Research Analysis

CASP Qualitative Research Analysis Student’s Name: Institutional Affiliation: Abstract Research is an essential element of any profession, perhaps more so in the field of psychology. Research not only constitutes the basis for developing and adapting in health care, but it also permits professions to observe important changes, as well. The CASP (Critical Appraisal Skills Program)…

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