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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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  • My Occupational Study

    interesting and I began to look more seriously at pursuing a different path, more in line with the amazing things I was learning about psychology, research, and the brain. Undergraduate coursework in psychopathology, working with survivors of trauma, and counseling, as well as volunteer experiences working with…

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  • Tuition Fees And Mental Health Summary

    and had no correlation with increased tuition fees. This article relates to the field of psychology under the topic of anxiety or depression. On can find themselves becoming anxious when entering college with trying to juggle school, work, friends, and family while trying to plan out the rest of their lives. Anxiety and depression is fairly common in college students. However, anxiety in the field of psychology can fit into many different categories. Anxiety is an emotion characterized by…

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  • Cognitive Psychology: Improving Student Learning

    Increasing student learning has been a top priority for school districts, private organizations, and workforce education over the past years. Big questions have arised when it comes to maximizing the teaching level for students. My interest comes to see what our brain has to do with the way we learn, and what can be done in order for our brain to memorize information that is being learned. I chose this article because it involves how cognitive psychology takes place in order to better our…

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  • Adlerian Art Therapy

    While there are a number of theoretical approaches, this paper focuses on Adlerian art therapy, which incorporates a framework based off Alfred Alder’s Individual Psychology. Through the examination of research journals and academic textbooks, the following paper will discuss Alfred Adler, his development of Individual Psychology, and the emergence of Adlerian art therapy, including…

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  • Essay On Cartesian Dualism

    In psychology there are a variety of differing perspectives and opposing schools of thought about how we should view human behaviour. These range from the genetic view of the world, to the more mechanical cognitive school, to work of Sigmund Freud and on to the ideas of the more scientific behaviourists in the twentieth century. All of these perspectives developed in different ways and have differing ideas as to how human behaviour is best explained and this essay will look at and aim to…

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  • What Are The Strengths And Weaknesses Of Juvenile Justice

    formulated by integrating the fields of psychology, sociology, social work, and law enforcement. The integration of these fields makes up the fundamental structure of the juvenile justice system. Whether you are a probation officer, judge, lawyer, counselor or clinician, all of these professions must understand the various fields that make up the juvenile justice system. Over 60 of my credit hours at the University of New Orleans are compromised of psychology courses. While being an intern with…

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  • Forensic Psychology Personal Statement

    criminology and psychology. I hope to become a forensic psychologist. Forensic psychology, as defined by the American Psychological Association (APA), is the application of clinical specialties to the legal arena. Thus, the practice of forensic psychology, and perhaps the most frequent duty of forensic psychologists, is the psychological assessment of individuals who are involved, in one way or another, with the legal system. I’ve been interested in psychology ever since I took AP psych in high…

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  • I Want To Go To Grad School

    social work? Have I ever considered psychology? As she asked me these questions it opened my eyes to which tables I want to consider looking at next. One of the first majors I was interested in learning about was Inclusive early…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Industrial Social Psychology

    Industrial-Organizational and Social Psychology Report Two different specialty psychological fields are Industrial-Organizational and Social. Seven different questions regarding these fields will be explored. This will give insight as to what types of issues they deal with daily. Expanding on the types of work done in these fields, hot topics, and other information will give ideas of their potential, and possible positives and negatives. The types of work people do in…

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