Samples "Psychology"

Psychology

In this case study we will examine cognitive and socioemotional development of Jayla, a 22-year old newly graduate student. In addition, we will analyze the progress of her development and modification of her religious views and perceptions from the perspective of Perry's theory of Forms of Intellectual and Ethical Development...

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Personal development relies on maturity, broadening of the mind and continuing knowledge and social understanding as well as many other key life facets. This paper will effectively argue that emotional dependence on the opinions of others is a hindrance to personal development and ultimately, the ability of individuals to grow...

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The norm I decided to break involved pushing all of the buttons on a crowded elevator. This particular building had 22 floors. It was around lunchtime (right around noon). I chose this time in particular as people were in a hurry. As predicted, the elevator was extremely crowded. People appeared...

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Youths in campus are subjected to numerous problems that affect their social, economic and academic lives. One of the biggest challenges that affects this group of people is alcohol and substance abuse. The prevalence of alcohol and substance use among the students is very high because of the numerous factors...

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In comparing the states of being of stupidity and ignorance, a variety of factors come into play that affect situations of these conditions differently. Nonetheless, ignorance and stupidity are essentially states of unawareness, or “unknowing.” This is what they both represent. However, and as will be seen, ignorance is better...

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Social norms are standard behaviors that govern the members of a certain group on how they are supposed to behave in a certain context. These are informal rules that are well understood among members of a given community. The major aim of social norms is to regulate and control how...

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Introduction Correctional officers have a unique job description that is stressful in every sense of the word. They experience mental, emotional, and sometimes physical distress on the job, yet they barely notice the effects of such events until it is too late. Correctional personnel are regularly subjected to severe abusive,...

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Everybody experiences a crisis at one time or another. Some crises can be short and resolved quickly. At other times, the crisis can be long and extended, as is the case in of death, a break-up, or a drawn out period of unemployment. While some individuals seem to be able...

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She presses a hand up against the Weatherall planks…their windup nature in brightest bloom (Bacigalupi, 2015, 162). Understanding the Setting The paragraph illustrates the opulence associated with Paulo’s world, which is a sharp contrast to the place being described in the paragraph. It describes the frustration experienced by Emiko as...

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