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Psychology Book Report/Review

When to Say YES and When to Say NO to Help Your Children Gain Control of Their Lives
Everything needs to be measured. It is indeed true that we need to teach our kids to be responsible, but that does not mean that we totally leave them independent. They should be taught the difference between what is right and what is wrong, what will yield good results for them in the future and what will prove hazardous. 
Pages: 10 (2500 words), Book Report/Review
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Analysis of Refuge from Abuse by Nancy Nason-Clark and Catherine Clark Kroeger Book
Overall I found this an interesting book, with a narrow focus in religious terms, but a good appreciation of secular ideas and resources as well. It illuminates areas of overlap between counselling and pastoral care and shows how a Christian woman’s faith can be a very important and positive force in her journey through abuse.
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Book Report/Review
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Addiction Paper - Betty Ford
She was a divorced ex-dancer when she married Gerald and then became an active member of the Women’s Movement of the 1970s.Betty Ford was addicted to alcohol and opioid analgesics. She wrote in her memoir that she got addicted to alcohol and pills because she found that these things made her feel stress free. But in 1978, her family insisted her to leave her addiction for their sake to which she responded positively. She struggled with her addiction until she was successful. The greatest
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Book Report/Review
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Language and Education
They know words for social interaction like hello and bye-bye. 18 months is the period of vocabulary spurt when the child has mastered around 30-35 words. The word learning quickens. They also make mistakes like overextension and underextention which Piaget has also talked about as assimilation. The author states that individual differences in language acquisition are due to differences in cultures and norms rather than on individual language learning ability. I agree with this point because an
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Book Report/Review
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Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story
Carson raises a banner concerning the medical ethics, in the manner in which he conducts a series of surgeries. Gifted Hands presents a story of remarkable men, and therefore the act of paraphrasing the ad; such a brain presents a terrible substance to waste.Additionally, themes of Love and loyalty have been featured throughout the Ben Carson’s work, Gifted Hands. These two themes are particularly discussed within the first several chapters where Carson usually talks regarding his family. Ben
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Book Report/Review
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Analysis of Picking Cotton Book
The memoir by Jennifer and Ronald is referred to as a New York bestseller. It is a tale of courage and a powerful illustration of the problems that are rife as far as eyewitness identification is concerned. It a must read for the book everyone at the level of humanity and grace expressed is what is needed in today’s world.
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Book Report/Review
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Analysis of Moving Beyond Efficacy and Effectiveness in Child and Adolescent Intervention Research Article
The researchers discussed Weisz's findings and endorsed his arguments and used some of his points to support their own. This is the dominant approach throughout the research. There are instances wherein several sources were used but these involve mostly two sources, which is not enough to triangulate or corroborating evidence.
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Book Report/Review
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Human Relations Theory
Two essays (1953): one can see Jung’s major attitude towards psychoanalysis. He does not oppose it, he subsumed it. In the first edition of the two essays, in a small section entitled, general remarks on the therapeutic approach to the unconscious. The two essays clearly marked both the freedom of Jung from his allegiance to psychoanalysis and the freedom to explore the essence of those things that had originally attracted them to psychoanalysis.The second result is cultural changes that took
Pages: 9 (2250 words), Book Report/Review
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Analysis of the Laws of Child Custody
The non-custodial parent is allowed to visit his child and take care of the child in some cases. In some cases, there are joint custody parents as well. Both the parents are allowed to take care and make decisions about the child. Both the parents are given equal rights. In some cases, custody is given to the third person like grandparents.
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Book Report/Review
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Analysis of Nature and Nurture in Early Child Development Book by Keating

The book has presented the basis to determine human innovations in such a way that people interested to trace his/her attitudes’ origin, can easily find a way to start their quest. Some, who are also studying human behavior, can get fresh ideas on finding connections from people’s past and present actions and be able to suggest some prevention.

Pages: 5 (1250 words), Book Report/Review
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123magic by Thomas Phelam compared to Bf Skinner operant conditioning
The latter refers to isolating the child, giving him or her the opportunity to deliberate over their action and calm down, whereas the former may involve cutting down the number of hours they are given to watch TV or not getting them their favorite sweet. Phelan deems young children as wild animals that need to be trained by the parent, so they become more tamed in their behavior. Phelan has published countless books on similar subject and even has a DVD on parenting, but the truth is that this
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Book Report/Review
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Mothers are the most concerned when they see their boys playing with guns and they end up thinking that they are going to grow up to be violent. However, this is not the case. A research study in the US shows that the average boy based on a school scenario is more active than girls (Sethi, 2013). It is also well noted that even the most active girls in the classroom do not seem to be able to express their energy the same way as most boys based on their characteristics. With regards to brain
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Book Report/Review
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Price Cobb and rage
More importantly, Grier and Cobb (1968), wanted white Americans to know why. In this regard, Grier and Cobb (1968), begins Black Rage by acknowledging that at the time there was “growing unrest” among African Americans which left white Americans confused and afraid (p.Grier and Cobb (1968), set the background to Black Rage by explaining that at the time of writing, aggression by African Americans came in response to “laws and customs that are deadly and humiliating” (p. Thus this
Pages: 20 (5000 words), Book Report/Review
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The Birth of the Living God
Action Party has implemented numerous domestic policies intended to foster a sense of cultural unity, including the Ethnic Integration Policy, which uses a quota system to ensure ethnic balance within public housing estates and to prevent the formation of racial enclaves. Furthermore, religious festivals associated with Buddhism, Christianity, Islam, and Hinduism is given equal precedence in Singapores calendar of public holidays, ensuring that no one religious group receives undue focus or
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Book Report/Review
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David N. Entwistle
This may be loosely interpreted as, ‘human beings see what they choose to see’, and this might affect the manner in which they approach different subjects that affect their lives.According to the text, it is vital to have a worldview that has Christian foundations because these foundations offer clarity and truth. There are other theories brought forth by the author in trying to defend the aspect of combining the two disciplines in order to have a much deeper understanding, such as
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Book Report/Review
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Practical book review, Petersen, James C., D.Minn.L.P.C. Why don't We Listen Better? Communicating & Connecting in Relationships
The author then uses the TLC (Talker-Listener Card) to teach readers how to make level two communications effective and useful to them. Essentially, the TLC is a reminder that emphasises on the reciprocity of the relationship between the person talking and the one listening. Petersen illustrates that there is more to listening than simply hearing and both talker and listener have roles to play in making the communication process more effective, which avoids the flat-brain tango. First and
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Book Report/Review
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Transformitive learning theory by Mezirow
Transformative learning encourages critical reflection and creative thinking and therefore requires the adult to solve the dilemma by changing the way that the adult sees the world. Rather than settling into old habits that do not work, the adult reinterprets the problem and looks for alternative solutions that will allow growth and development. In other words, rather than shrinking in the face of a disorienting dilemma, the adult takes a step back, takes “stock”, challenges
Pages: 10 (2500 words), Book Report/Review
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Book review
The book has gained broad acceptance in mental health professionals because of its combined moments, which is mindful. Most health professional use the book as an addition to treatment because addicts seek ways of escaping from emotional pain. Fear or pain is the main cause for emotional pain in addicts. The book has developed acceptance and self-compassion, which are easy to practice. The author, Dr. Lawrence has worked for two decades as a psychiatrist draws his experiences and expresses it
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Book Report/Review
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4MAT Review of Integrative approaches to psychology and christianity by DN Entwistle
The final category, anthropology, is explored from the psychological perspective including behavior and physiology of a human being; a significant point of concern in this regard is also anthropology from theological point of view tackling human fallenness, finiteness and imago Dei.The third section of the book is an investigation into five integration models which are as follows: Enemies, Colonialists, Spies, Allies, and Neutral Parties. The first model, obviously, states that religion and
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Book Report/Review
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Bereavement and Death of a Family Member
The death of a family member is a major cause of depression. Some of the reasons that lead one to fall into depression are not the death itself, but the experiences during the final moments preceding such death. Communication before the person dies promotes better outcomes for the remaining family members.
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Book Report/Review
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