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Papers On Cognitive, Behavioral, & Personality Psychology (Developmental Psychology)
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Case Study: Depression & CBT
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A 4 page research paper/essay is also a reaction paper to a case study vignette, which describes a woman suffering from depression. The writer responds to the vignette by suggesting how cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) could be used to address the woman’s depression. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Paper Title: Case Study: Depression & CBT

Case Study: Development Of 12-Year-Old Girl From Birth To Present
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20 pages in length. Brittny's mother had an uneventful pregnancy, gaining only twenty-two pounds with the full-term baby girl. The birth was so fast and flawless that the mother nearly did not make it to the hospital in time; Brittny was born within an hour of the water breaking. This smooth experience continued as Brittny, mother and father adjusted to the home environment. She was not an overly fussy baby, giving expected cues when hungry, tired, upset or scared. Beyond that, Brittny exhibited a quiet, gentle personality as she embarked upon the various developmental stages she met and most often surpassed with little problem. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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Paper Title: Case Study: Development Of 12-Year-Old Girl From Birth To Present

Case Study: Glasser's Cognitive-Behavioral Approach
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10 pages in length. Cognitive behavioral therapy, as put forth by William Glasser, illustrates how powerful one's thought process truly is with regard to one's overall mental and physical health. Mary, a 43-year-old black mother of four children who has an overwhelming amount of problems and a wholly inadequate ability to deal with them, seeks out the help of cognitive-behavioral therapy on the advice of her family physician. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Paper Title: Case Study: Glasser's Cognitive-Behavioral Approach

Case Study: Jane's Behavior Analysis Based Upon Freud, Erikson And Piaget
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5 pages in length. Analyzing the behaviors and development of Jane and/or her family members using concepts from the stage theories of Freud, Erikson and Piaget finds that both sides of the family tension are drawn from a failure to connect as a single unit. Jane believes her parents have no idea how to raise responsible, conscious-minded children within a nurturing environment, and her parents think she has become a self-centered, rebellious youth who cares little about the path upon which she is traveling. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Paper Title: Case Study: Jane's Behavior Analysis Based Upon Freud, Erikson And Piaget

Causes of Procrastination
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A 4 page overview of procrastination and its causes. Utilizing behavioral characteristics, the author divides procrastinators into two basic groups. The causal factors of procrastination can most often be traced to childhood experiences, particularly experiences involving either an overly authoritarian parent, an overly permissive parent or some type of trauma. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Paper Title: Causes of Procrastination

CBT & Drug Addiction/A Case Scenario
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A 4 page research paper that discusses a specific case scenario, which is briefly outlined. The case scenario for this discussion of cognitive-behavior therapy (CBT) presents Stephen, a 35-year-old successful surgeon who turns to drugs due to peer pressure "to fit in" and to alleviate stress from being over-extended financially. The writer outlines possible treatment methods, goals, and identifies treatment outcomes. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Paper Title: CBT & Drug Addiction/A Case Scenario

CBT and panic attacks
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A seven page paper which looks at the effectiveness of cognitive behavioural therapy in the treatment of panic attacks, in comparison to other forms of treatment. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Paper Title: CBT and panic attacks

Central Tendency and Graded Structure
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A 6 page paper which analyzes an article that deals with central tendency and graded structure. The article is title "Tall is typical: Central tendency, ideal dimensions, and graded category structure among tree experts and novices," written by Elizabeth B. Lynch, John D. Coley, and Douglas L. Medin. Bibliography lists 2 additional sources.
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Paper Title: Central Tendency and Graded Structure

Charles Horton Cooley’s “Looking Glass Self” Theory: Concepts, Application, Studies, Durability, Criticisms, and Assessment
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This is a 6 page paper discussing Cooley’s “Looking Glass Self” theory. Tutorial language appears throughout the text in square brackets giving structural and instructional suggestions for further writing. Symbolic interactionist, Charles Horton Cooley, first published the “Looking Glass Self” theory in his 1902 work “Human Nature and the Social Order”. Advocating that an individual’s concept of “self” was highly related to the interaction with others and their perception was contrary to many of the psychological and behaviorist theories accepted at the time and were based on the development of individuals from an independent perspective. The significance of Cooley’s theory however had an impact on theories of individual and social development and led to the inclusion of his concepts in the theories of Mead and Dewey among others and the eventual restructuring of the educational system. Despite the critics which are largely based from a psychological perspective, Cooley’s theories are still applied in research studies today and have been included to explain modern concepts of the development of crime, delinquency and group identity among others. Backed by a century’s worth of supportive research studies, Cooley’s theory has stood the test of time by those who have applied it in social science studies and by those who can assess the theory by experiences from their own childhood and the importance peer perceptions have on self-esteem, -image and –perception. Bibliography lists 13 sources.
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Paper Title: Charles Horton Cooley’s “Looking Glass Self” Theory: Concepts, Application, Studies, Durability, Criticisms, and Assessment

Child And Adolescent Development
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This 8 page paper responds to four specific questions that ask for the writer's opinions. These are provided along with citations for some. The questions address: how early childhood experiences affect adult development; intelligence testing; are stage theories universal; and who has the most influence over children and adolescents, parents or peers? The theorists cited are Freud, Erikson, and Piaget along with other authors. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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Paper Title: Child And Adolescent Development

Child Development
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An 8 page paper that discusses cognitive development, social-emotional development and physical development as related to an 8-year-old child. The writer discusses Piaget and Vygotsky's thoughts on cognitive development and Erikson for social emotional development. Height and weight ranges as well as other physical developmental characteristics are provided. A hypothetical observation of an 8-year-old girl is reported. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Paper Title: Child Development

Child Development - Observations
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A 5 page paper. Three children were hypothetically observed, 2 years old, 4 years old and 7 years old. The children's behaviors are discussed in terms of Piaget's stages and Erikson's stages. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Paper Title: Child Development - Observations

Child Development Birth To Age Six Years
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A 4 page paper. The writer defends this statement: Consistent and predictable care is essential to the social and emotional development of the child by citing Freud and Erikson's stages of development and Bowlby and Ainsworth's attachment theory. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Paper Title: Child Development Birth To Age Six Years

Child Development Theories & Day Care.
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(5 pp) Our challenge as adults watching in a day care setting was to see if we could observe the child development theories of Piaget, Freud and Erickson in action. I have listed my observations and thoughts. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Paper Title: Child Development Theories & Day Care.

Child Development, Birth to 2 Years
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A 3 page research paper that discusses child development, which is typically evaluated according to three interrelated areas, which are the physical, cognitive and social/emotional domains. The following examination of these three domains over the course of the first two years of life demonstrates the complex ways in which these areas overlap. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Paper Title: Child Development, Birth to 2 Years

Child Observation And Analysis
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A 5 page paper the reports the observation of an eight-year-old girl in five settings. The observer then analyzes the child according to several theorists, including Piaget, Vygotsky and Erikson. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Paper Title: Child Observation And Analysis

Child Semantics: The Relationship of Age and Interaction with Language Acquisition and Development
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A 5 page overview of the factors which influence language acquisition and development in young children. Describes the cognitive learning process and how semantics can differ even in children which are only a few months apart in age. Emphasizes the importance of interaction with adults in developing language skills in young children. Utilizes the results of a study involving nineteen month olds to thirty-one month olds to conclude that while younger children respond more when they are allowed to chose the topic of conversation rather than being questioned by an adult, the older children in this age range respond to both questions and descriptions. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Paper Title: Child Semantics: The Relationship of Age and Interaction with Language Acquisition and Development

CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT
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This paper answers two questions pertaining to childhood development: "What are the advantages and disadvantages of cross-educational and longitudnal research in researching the impact of early childhood sexual abuse on later childhood, adolescence and adulthood?" and "In terms of physical, cognitive and psychosocial development durig the first two years of life, how is Erikson's assertion that babies control and bring up parents correct?" Bibliography lists 1 source
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Paper Title: CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT

Childhood Language Acquisition Stages and Positive Adult/Parent Intervention
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This is a 7 page paper discussing language acquisition in children. Research in developmental psychology and linguistics has shown that children, regardless of culture, acquire language in certain stages. The initial stage of babbling in the first year shows the infant physically testing his own speech sounds and shows early interaction with the world around him. Before the child reaches one year old and for about the next year, he begins to utter single words strings which describe aspects of his daily life. At eighteen months, children begin to form two word strings and accelerate their rate of language acquisition at an alarming rate. By the time the child reaches the age of 2 ½ to 3 years of age, the structure of his language has expanded to not only include 3 word strings but from 3 to 4 years old also includes complex and embedded strings. Interaction is a key element for the acquisition of language in children and adults are encouraged to interact with their children from the onset. Many adults use “motherese” when speaking with children and speak in a slower more precise manner in order to help the child learn. One of the most important learning processes for children is one-to-one reading with an adult preferably a parent or guardian. Children’s language acquisition increases dramatically when one-to-one interactive reading is a daily routine in normal children and those with language learning difficulties. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Paper Title: Childhood Language Acquisition Stages and Positive Adult/Parent Intervention

CHILDREN AND ADULT BEHAVIOR
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This 5-page paper discusses adult and children behavior, focusing mainly on how children learn by mimicing adults. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Paper Title: CHILDREN AND ADULT BEHAVIOR

Children Who Lost Parents 9/11
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This 4 page paper discusses the development of children and youth who experience trauma and especially children who lose parents. The writer reports the data in terms of the incidence of psychosocial problems and comments on the relationship between the effects of such a trauma and Piaget's and Erikson's theories. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Paper Title: Children Who Lost Parents 9/11

Classic Psychologists on Behavior
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This 5 page paper compares and contrasts Freud, Jung and Adler in respect to their theories regarding behavior. Some history on the relationship between the men is included. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Paper Title: Classic Psychologists on Behavior

Classical Conditioning and Operant Conditioning
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This 5 page paper explains what is meant by classical conditioning and operant conditioning and how they are achieved. Numerous examples are cited to illustrate points raised. The bibliography cites 5 sources.
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Paper Title: Classical Conditioning and Operant Conditioning

Classroom Management And ADHD
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A 11 page paper. ADHD is one of the most prevalent childhood disorders reported by schools and mental health clinics and as such, is one of the most researched conditions in America. This paper provides a description of ADHD, including behavioral symptoms. The emphasis is on managing the classroom. Research regarding effective procedures and programs is discussed along with a number of quick tips teachers can use immediately. The writer then discusses the research and includes a discussion on why reinforcement is not used as often as it should be. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Paper Title: Classroom Management And ADHD

Cognition and Emotions
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This 8 page paper develops the view that cognition and emotion play equally important roles in the development of consciousness. Though it has been proposed by psychologist like Ellis that cognition must come before emotion, there is also opposition to Ellis' premise. By looking at the cognitive theories of psychologist's like Piaget, and considering the premises set by other psychologists, it is possible to determine that the most effective argument for the development of consciousness incorporates primary consideration for both emotion and cognition.
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Paper Title: Cognition and Emotions


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