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Psychology Case Study

The Role of Parents in Molding the Self-Confidence of a Child with Learning Disability
The story of M. Cooper is a good example of a patient with learning disabilities who grew up under the strict guidance and security of a children’s home and a long-stay hospital. This paper discusses the role of parents’ in building the self-confidence of a child with learning disability and the effects of growing up in the absence of parents to provide them with the necessary tender loving care.
Pages: 15 (3750 words), Case Study
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Structured Analysis: Motivation Theories
  As the responses to the next question showed, self-esteem needs as Maslow has outlined in the second tier of his hierarchy from the top also mattered to them (Deci & Ryan, 1985). For example confidence and respect for others all contributed to motivation but nevertheless, the order in which they appear in Maslow’s hierarchy of needs couldn’t be verified. 
Pages: 11 (2750 words), Case Study
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Psychodrama and Drama Therapy
From the perspective of humanistic psychology, there are three approaches, namely a) psychodrama, b) drama therapy and c) theatre games. It has an advantage over the other two approaches. It combines the “flexibility of theatre games” and “all the group quality (what Moreno called ‘tele’) of drama therapy”.
Pages: 16 (4000 words), Case Study
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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Aardema characterized OCD as ego-dystonic which meant that the individual’s self-concept is not compatible with the disorder. On the contrary, OCD personality disorder is ego-syntonic which is defined by Dorland’s Medical dictionary as “aspects of a person's thoughts that are felt to be acceptable and consistent with the self-conception.
Pages: 10 (2500 words), Case Study
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Helping the Families Realize That They Have Communicative Problems
Developing trust and rapport will be a major focus in getting Calvin’s family to acknowledge that there are problems; this involves assuming the phenomenological approach that allows for the understanding of the perspectives of each family member. It will also be necessary to remain non-judgmental, ethical, and consistent.
Pages: 9 (2250 words), Case Study
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The Effects of Domestic Abuse on Children
Absences from work in terms of an adult victim and school when the victim is a child are also something common. Due to the abuse and violence that victims are put through they make take time to recover and in order to hide their injuries and the circumstances of the household or relationship they will miss school or be absent from work.  
Pages: 12 (3000 words), Case Study
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Ethics - Drawing Lessons for the Future
The idea of Bynum’s Ethical decision making revolves around an individual’s “Pattern Recognition Skills”. He suggests that a person needs not any sort of complex formulae or philosophies to act ethically, but it’s his ability to judge by Pattern recognition skills that he possesses. One should try to “See” that are the current policies.  
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Case Study
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Behavioral Observation and Treatment of a Couple or Family
Assessment and diagnosis of a disturbed family unit are highly dependent on the involved social, cultural and personal backgrounds of the individuals. In the case of Jones Family, their being of African-American origin, the DSM IV-TR criteria might be ideally suited to them. Many questionnaires and personality inventories can be of extreme help. 
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Case Study
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Assignment 1: LASA 1: Case Scenario
The assessment usually gathers demographic information though it can also be used to collect structured diagnostic information. In this case scenario, a psychologist can use this method to dig deeper into the issues surrounding Ms. Tyler’s psychological problem can be classified under Axis V (Global Assessment of functioning). This is because she portrays the following characteristics: she seems to be functioning normally with a few or no symptoms of any psychological problems (Cohen &
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Case Study
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Letter of Advice: Donna and Mike - The Secret to Successful Relationship Management
One of the barriers to successful negotiation in your relationship is an inability to separate your long-standing principles and values to find common ground and seek win-win scenarios. Donna and Mike, you must both realize the concept of ethical relativism, a respected notion in many domains of study that there is no singular, universal construct of right versus wrong.
Pages: 10 (2500 words), Case Study
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Abnormal Psychology
Undeniably, to date, there is no study or report having tangible information concerning Ludwig Van Beethoven’s medical biography. This is evident from numerous scholarly works that prefer highlighting his unique talents as both a pianist and a renowned composer, which the world has ever had during his time. Hence, ignoring significant information concerning health setbacks, which almost paralyzed his dreams or aspirations though he managed to overcome them and become what currently diverse
Pages: 7 (1750 words), Case Study
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Behavioral Profile of killer Katherine Knight
Her ability to adapt to the abusive environment in which she lived with her relatives may have resulted in her shunning any sense of permanence in her subsequent relationships, which were often mired in violence, separations, and reconciliations (Puniskis, 2010). While she may have adapted to the violent nature of her upbringing, she seems to have lacked the skills which would have been necessary for her to survive in a regular environment, which had set norms and expectations. In addition, she
Pages: 8 (2000 words), Case Study
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Eye-witness testimony
The accuracy of the identification was believed to be high and the suspects were guilty thus the eye witnessed should have been believed.On the other hand, the advent of DNA evidence has made it increasingly possible to prove that innocent people are convicted. To date, innocence projects have helped to exonerate at least 142 wrongly convicted people (Scheck & Neufeld, 2004) which have been attributed to mistaken identification as the primary reason for the conviction in over 80 per cent of
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Case Study
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Neuroplasticity and Rehabilitation
Most of them consider cognitive neuroscience to be of direct or at least indirect benefit to clinical neuropsychological practice as it is part of the successful treatment of a patient having traumatic brain injury. On the other hand, while treating a patient with traumatic brain injury, it is sometimes not making since to treat a patient in the face of cognitive neuroscience as there is little or no relevance in the findings aiming a patient, (Flick, 2011).In psychological management of
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Case Study
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Paranoid Schizophrenia
An individual can acquire the disease through genetic inheritance and complications during birth such as premature birth and low birth weight can. Consequently, drug abuse and negative peer pressure can fuel growth and development of the disease. Generally, consumption of anything that can cause brain damage or any experience that can distort an individual’s normal thinking are potential causes of paranoid schizophrenia.Miller (2001) argues that it is usually necessary to take action on time
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Case Study
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Assessment,Prevention and Intervention Strategy
At times Timothy finds himself leaving the tasks he is dong before it is complete or even jumping into giving answers even before the question is finished. This is in addition to interrupting others during a conversation. In the Timothy case, the condition is already affecting three aspects of his day to day life. The condition is plaguing Timothy’s day to day existence since he is not able to concentrate in whatever he is doing. He is also accident prone and this is a trait that is already
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Case Study
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The Case f June
Support in terms of the kind of people around her who can assist her in her current situation, and self factors such as the ability to cope with stress (Tan, Nd, p.In order to properly assist June, I will be required to get as much information as possible from her (Zunker, 2011, pp. This information will be of great help in determining the factors that influenced Jane into joining the military, the factors behind her feeling only fit into the military and the factors that make her feel
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Case Study
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Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind - Personality Disorders
For instance, she constantly changes bright colors of her hair: blue, orange, red, and back again. Apart from that, her mood can switch very fast and she has difficulties in taking her emotions under control. The following is seen from the very beginning of the movie as Joel and Clementine meet on a train: Clementine has good mood and smiles, she is eager to communicate with Joel and starts conversation herself, but one his remark immediately changes Clementine`s state and irritates her. She
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Case Study
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Case Reports
She did not have many friends and spent most of her time alone. This made it difficult to be sociable for her. She loved staying in her room a lot because she did not want any interactions. When her boyfriend died before her senior year, she wanted to kill herself so that she could be with him. She would imbibe on any alcohol and drugs she could get just to attempt to kill herself sooner.Terry’s overall safety record is wanting because her therapy sessions seem not to have uncovered every
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Case Study
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Adjustment Case Study
Prior studies have confirmed that if people are subjected to negative social interactions, then its impact on psychology is even more intensive than the positive impact of social support. The lack of opportunities in the social events and competitions can have major negative impact on the mental health of the AAs. In the pursuit of social recognition and financial success, the blacks in America experience numerous obstacles, and records have shown that large number of AAs have their endeavours
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Case Study
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