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  • A Career In Clinical Psychology

    curiosity, and the field of psychology is no exception. However, psychology is less focused on understanding our external world as other sciences are and more focused on understanding ourselves and the people around us. Clinical psychology is a specific branch of psychology which centers around the diagnosis, assessment, evaluation, and treatment of individuals from a psychological and cognitive standpoint (Occupational). Many college students who choose to major in psychology with the goal of…

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  • My CEGEP Personal Statement

    When I first started CEGEP, I did not really know what I wanted to do for the rest of my life. Frankly, in regards to the subjects we learned at school I was uncertain about what I truly liked and disliked. Within these past two years, I have had the chance to take a lot of different classes that helped me make a decision on what I would want to pursue in University. Until the beginning, until my forth and last semester at John Abbott College, I wanted to become a psychologist. I did my first…

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  • Social Expectations In Interpersonal Communication

    more general knowledge of interpersonal processes. It also helps to answer many questions about social expectations and biases. Dr. Mark Snyder is a professor at the University of Minnesota, where he teaches Psychology. He has many journals published by some of the most famous Psychology journals, including the American Behavioral Scientist, and the Journal of Personality and Social…

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  • Essay On Pursuing A Bachelor's Degree Career

    looking for a career it is important to look for possibilities. One of my academic goals is to continue pursuing a graduate degree after earning my bachelor’s degree. However, I never really thought about a career that I can do with a bachelor’s in psychology. That being said, one job that crossed my mind was being a preschool teacher. Although, a bachelor’s degree is not really required it is recommended. A graduate degree career that I always thought about pursuing is a forensic psychologist…

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  • Psychology : Serial Killers And The Mental Illnesses

    For a long time, psychology has been an area that I’ve been consistently drawn to. Originally, the thing that brought about my interest was human behavior and how it can be analyzed and interpreted; and also what drives our behavior. Going along with my previous statement, serial killers are another reason I wanted to learn as much as I possibly could about psychology. I started reading about them when I was between the ages of 12 and 13, first about the well-known ones that I had already heard…

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  • Research Paper On Abraham Maslow

    This psychology theory was first created in Abraham Maslow 's paper in 1943. The theory is made up of five categories Self-actualization, esteem, love and belonging, safety and physiological needs. "What a man can be, he must be. This need we call Self-actualization…

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  • Child Psychology Career Paper

    Child Psychology When people think of psychology, they think of therapist that counsel people through their problems and diagnose them with problems. That’s somewhat true! Psychology has many other areas of works as well such as community psychology, health psychology, military psychology and forensic psychology. In most jobs, there is a type of psychologist that help in certain situations. In my future career, I will like to become a social worker in the child protective services because…

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  • Six Different Perspectives In Psychology

    themselves. The researchers in Introducing Psychology (3rd ed.), Schacter, D. L., Gilbert, D. T., Wegner, D. M., & Nock M.K. (2015), discuss how six different perspectives in psychology can portray a behavior from a different angle. The behavior, love, will be explained among the six different perspectives. Looking at love from six different perspectives in psychology will provide researchers a broad understanding for the behavior. The first perspective in psychology is psychoanalytic…

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  • Infj Reflection

    Throughout the course I learned about my personality and my strengths that I could use to my advantage for career options. The Type Coach Report diagnosed me as INFJ, an introvert-intuitive-feeler-judger, which ultimately meant that I am an idea generator. I have the tendency to find solutions that would create a positive impact on others for a long-term expectancy. The report mentioned that INFJ’s have “exceptional work ethic,” and I could not agree with a statement more. I have the mentality…

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  • Becoming An I/O Psychologist

    Work in I/O Psychology could also be fairly tedious as there are many steps to developing proper research that has to be submitted to the CEO’s and COO’s of large businesses. However, all of this hard work and stress has its payoff. The typical I/O psychologist with a…

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