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    On one sunny Saturday in June the excitement hit one family, and especially one girl who was excited as ever to go back to Minnesota. The last year was the best, but this year was going to be better. This year there were going to be cousins there, that meant fun. We all headed up there my grandpa and grandma Fedders and Jordan, aunt Debbie with her son Michael, my aunt and uncle pike with their daughter Katlin, and family whole family Kevin, Dawn, Kelsey, Kayla, Amber, sister’s boyfriend…

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    1. University of Minnesota to expand mental health services 2. Associated Press. (2017, April 08). University of Minnesota to expand mental health services. Retrieved April 08, 2017, from http://www.sctimes.com/story/news/local/2017/04/08/university-minnesota-expand-mental-health-services/100215186/ 3. The University of Minnesota’s School of Nursing is going to use a $2.1 million grant to expand mental health services to undeserved parts of the state. 4. A health director, Amy Ward, for the…

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    Essay College in Kenya vs. College in Minnesota College is an important thing in our life. Students can be in college for more than six years in order to get the knowledge that is required to work in a particular field. Of course, those years are broken down into several levels, for example doing the generals and then taking the courses for their major. The two most important moves I did are when I went through a college in Kenya and college in Minnesota. Even though I think they are similar…

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    Annette Atkins is an American author and historian. Her book, published in 2007, is entitled “Creating Minnesota; A History from the Inside Out.” The history book gives an in depth look into the history of Minnesota from its very beginnings. She begins her narrative of Minnesota with the glaciers moving across it, leaving in its wake a fertile land. She moves on from this to the first Indian inhabitants, all the way to the time of Hubert Humphrey. In the Chapter Three, she introduces to the…

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    Contemporary Research In what is perhaps the most famous twin study, the Minnesota Study of Twins Reared Apart (MISTRA), Bouchard, Lykken, McGue, Segal, and Tellegen (1990) studied more than 80 sets of MZ and DZ twins who were separated as infants and raised in separate environments in order to determine the heritability of psychological traits, including intelligence. The participants completed approximately 50 hours of assessment, including personality and occupational interest inventories,…

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    “Driving Through Minnesota During the Hanoi Bombings.” Both of these poems present vivid images of the battle, show the devastating feelings towards war and provide the psychological impact on those involved in war. It is as if the “War Photographer” has captured similar destructive scenes that are described throughout “Driving Through Minnesota During the Hanoi Bombings.” By examining Carol Ann Duffy’s poem, “War Photographer,” and Robert Bly’s poem, “Driving Through Minnesota During the Hanoi…

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    forms of personality tests and their benefits. I never took the time to think about the different forms of determining qualities of an individual’s personality. Whether it is a projective test (e.g., the Rorschach Inkblot test) or objective test (Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory), psychologists have utilized multiple forms and variations of personality assessment to aid individuals, and psychologists, in better understanding that individual. It is important to note that the…

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    We have a Code 4: The MMPI-2 as a Predictor of Violence among Sexually Violent Predators Introduction The release rate of sexually violent predators (SVPs) from psychiatric hospitals is extremely low; it is almost nonexistent. The ongoing controversy of civil commitment laws among SVPs indicates a need for further research in the areas of diagnosis, treatment, and policy. This paper looks at the violent behavior of sexually violent predators and attempts to identify personality traits measured…

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    The Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI) is a self-administered tool that provides information relevant to the clinical diagnosis, treatment and screenings for psychopathology (Morey, 2012). This assessment was created as an alternative to the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory that was designed to assess abnormal personality traits. The PAI was designed to be easily scored by hand and is characterized by a 344 item Likert scale…

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    Manny’s highest scores on the Clinical scales are 6 and 8, excluding scales 5 and 0. His elevated scores indicated that a defined two-point code type of 6/8 exists. A 68/86 Code type suggested that the client profiles reflects symptoms of paranoia with delusions and in some cases a schizophrenic thought disturbance. Additionally, Manny reported harbor feelings of inferiority and insecurity, he is likely to be guarded and reports of having symptoms related to anxiety. At time, Manny may isolate…

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