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Describe the difference between external frustration and internal frustration. Give an example of ...
Describe the difference between external frustration and internal frustration. Give an example of ...
Describe the difference between external frustration and internal frustration. Give an example of each type of frustration.
Psychology   rockabye   76   Asked A year ago
Define stress and stressors, and explain why people have different reactions to stressors.
Define stress and stressors, and explain why people have different reactions to stressors.
Define stress and stressors, and explain why people have different reactions to stressors.
Psychology   nichania   66   Asked A year ago
What is the arousal theory? Give an example of how you have experienced arousal theory in your own ...
What is the arousal theory? Give an example of how you have experienced arousal theory in your own ...
What is the arousal theory? Give an example of how you have experienced arousal theory in your own life.
Psychology   nichania   66   Asked A year ago
Describe 3 of the 4 major categories of medications used in psychopharmacology, giving a brief ...
Describe 3 of the 4 major categories of medications used in psychopharmacology, giving a brief ...
Describe 3 of the 4 major categories of medications used in psychopharmacology, giving a brief explanation for how each type of drug works.
Psychology   rockabye   75   Asked A year ago
Although psychotherapy is usually accomplished by the client or clients speaking face-to-face with ...
Although psychotherapy is usually accomplished by the client or clients speaking face-to-face with ...
Although psychotherapy is usually accomplished by the client or clients speaking face-to-face with the therapist, a new type of therapy is now available to individuals who own a computer. Identify what it is called and explain how it works. Do you think this type of therapy is a good idea? Defend your position.
Psychology   nichania   80   Asked A year ago
Why might group therapy be more useful than individual psychotherapy? What are the advantages and ...
Why might group therapy be more useful than individual psychotherapy? What are the advantages and ...
Why might group therapy be more useful than individual psychotherapy? What are the advantages and disadvantages of group therapy? Describe two types of group therapy.
Psychology   litemarc   68   Asked A year ago
Describe one type of cognitive therapy. Include information about its theoretical background, how it ...
Describe one type of cognitive therapy. Include information about its theoretical background, how it ...
Describe one type of cognitive therapy. Include information about its theoretical background, how it seeks to help people, and its key concepts. What are some advantages and disadvantages of this type of therapy?
Psychology   rockabye   56   Asked A year ago
You are a licensed therapist seeing a client who is afraid of elevators. What behavioral technique ...
You are a licensed therapist seeing a client who is afraid of elevators. What behavioral technique ...
You are a licensed therapist seeing a client who is afraid of elevators. What behavioral technique or combination of behavioral techniques might you use to treat such a person? Defend your choices.
Psychology   litemarc   70   Asked A year ago
Describe the three-step process used in systematic desensitization.
Describe the three-step process used in systematic desensitization.
Describe the three-step process used in systematic desensitization.
Psychology   nichania   55   Asked A year ago
Describe person-centered therapy. Include information about its theoretical background, how it seeks ...
Describe person-centered therapy. Include information about its theoretical background, how it seeks ...
Describe person-centered therapy. Include information about its theoretical background, how it seeks to help people, its key concepts, and three basic elements necessary in a successful client-therapist relationship.
Psychology   nichania   64   Asked A year ago
Describe psychoanalysis. Include information about its theoretical background, how it seeks to help ...
Describe psychoanalysis. Include information about its theoretical background, how it seeks to help ...
Describe psychoanalysis. Include information about its theoretical background, how it seeks to help people, its key concepts, and an evaluation of its effectiveness.
Psychology   litemarc   65   Asked A year ago
Murray is convinced that his term paper just isn't good enough, and so it would be better to take ...
Murray is convinced that his term paper just isn't good enough, and so it would be better to take ...
Murray is convinced that his term paper just isn't good enough, and so it would be better to take an incomplete. His therapist, Albert Ellis, suggests that he try a different approach. What might Murray end up doing as a client of Dr. Ellis?
Psychology   litemarc   132   Asked A year ago
List the three basic goals of any cognitive-behavioral therapy.
List the three basic goals of any cognitive-behavioral therapy.
List the three basic goals of any cognitive-behavioral therapy.
Psychology   rockabye   64   Asked A year ago
Provide examples of two different cognitive distortions.
Provide examples of two different cognitive distortions.
Provide examples of two different cognitive distortions.
Psychology   nichania   53   Asked A year ago
Define the behavior therapy technique called flooding.
Define the behavior therapy technique called flooding.
Define the behavior therapy technique called flooding.
Psychology   nichania   52   Asked A year ago
List and define two key elements that Rogers believed to be necessary in any successful ...
List and define two key elements that Rogers believed to be necessary in any successful ...
List and define two key elements that Rogers believed to be necessary in any successful client-therapist relationship.
Psychology   litemarc   60   Asked A year ago
Define transference and resistance as discussed by Freud. Explain the therapeutic purpose of these ...
Define transference and resistance as discussed by Freud. Explain the therapeutic purpose of these ...
Define transference and resistance as discussed by Freud. Explain the therapeutic purpose of these two concepts.
Psychology   nichania   49   Asked A year ago
Define psychotherapy and biomedical therapy and explain the differences between them.
Define psychotherapy and biomedical therapy and explain the differences between them.
Define psychotherapy and biomedical therapy and explain the differences between them.
Psychology   litemarc   54   Asked A year ago
Distinguish between depression and bipolar disorder. How are they similar? How are they different?
Distinguish between depression and bipolar disorder. How are they similar? How are they different?
Distinguish between depression and bipolar disorder. How are they similar? How are they different?
Psychology   nichania   56   Asked A year ago
Can you think of any legal or logistical problems that might be associated with an individual ...
Can you think of any legal or logistical problems that might be associated with an individual ...
Can you think of any legal or logistical problems that might be associated with an individual experiencing an extended case of dissociative fugue? How would you attempt to resolve those problems if you were an authority or treating professional dealing with such clients?
Psychology   litemarc   68   Asked A year ago
What is acute stress disorder (ASD)? Give examples of at least four symptoms of both ASD and ...
What is acute stress disorder (ASD)? Give examples of at least four symptoms of both ASD and ...
What is acute stress disorder (ASD)? Give examples of at least four symptoms of both ASD and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). What characterizes the stressful event and the reaction of someone experiencing post-traumatic stress disorder? Do you think that ASD and PTSD represent real psychiatric problems, or are they just a way to pathologize normal stress responses? Support yo
Psychology   nichania   56   Asked A year ago
List and describe two anxiety disorders. List the most relevant symptoms of the disorders that you ...
List and describe two anxiety disorders. List the most relevant symptoms of the disorders that you ...
List and describe two anxiety disorders. List the most relevant symptoms of the disorders that you choose. Describe the viewpoints of two different psychological models on the cause of anxiety disorders.
Psychology   rockabye   64   Asked A year ago
Explain the four ways in which abnormal behavior is defined in the field of psychology.
Explain the four ways in which abnormal behavior is defined in the field of psychology.
Explain the four ways in which abnormal behavior is defined in the field of psychology.
Psychology   nichania   78   Asked A year ago
What are the characteristics of antisocial personality disorder?
What are the characteristics of antisocial personality disorder?
What are the characteristics of antisocial personality disorder?
Psychology   litemarc   52   Asked A year ago
What is a delusion of reference?
What is a delusion of reference?
What is a delusion of reference?
Psychology   litemarc   65   Asked A year ago
What is the primary difference between bulimia nervosa and binge-eating disorder?
What is the primary difference between bulimia nervosa and binge-eating disorder?
What is the primary difference between bulimia nervosa and binge-eating disorder?
Psychology   rockabye   60   Asked A year ago
What are the symptoms of major depressive disorder?
What are the symptoms of major depressive disorder?
What are the symptoms of major depressive disorder?
Psychology   rockabye   61   Asked A year ago
What are the characteristics of dissociative identity disorder?
What are the characteristics of dissociative identity disorder?
What are the characteristics of dissociative identity disorder?
Psychology   nichania   64   Asked A year ago
What is the difference between acute stress disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder?
What is the difference between acute stress disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder?
What is the difference between acute stress disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder?
Psychology   nichania   50   Asked A year ago
What are some ways in which a panic attack resembles a heart attack?
What are some ways in which a panic attack resembles a heart attack?
What are some ways in which a panic attack resembles a heart attack?
Psychology   nichania   64   Asked A year ago
What are specific phobias?
What are specific phobias?
What are specific phobias?
Psychology   litemarc   55   Asked A year ago
What is the DSM-5?
What is the DSM-5?
What is the DSM-5?
Psychology   nichania   52   Asked A year ago
Define the term cultural relativity.
Define the term cultural relativity.
Define the term cultural relativity.
Psychology   nichania   67   Asked A year ago
How does the biological model explain the cause of psychological disorders?
How does the biological model explain the cause of psychological disorders?
How does the biological model explain the cause of psychological disorders?
Psychology   litemarc   76   Asked A year ago
Define the term maladaptive as it relates to understanding abnormal behavior.
Define the term maladaptive as it relates to understanding abnormal behavior.
Define the term maladaptive as it relates to understanding abnormal behavior.
Psychology   litemarc   64   Asked A year ago
The social or environmental setting of a person's behavior is referred to as ________.
The social or environmental setting of a person's behavior is referred to as ________.
The social or environmental setting of a person's behavior is referred to as ________.
A) the historical context      B) the cohort effect
C) the situational context      D) societal norms
Psychology   litemarc   42   Asked A year ago
List and explain the three qualities that make up a hardy personality.
List and explain the three qualities that make up a hardy personality.
List and explain the three qualities that make up a hardy personality.
Psychology   litemarc   113   Asked A year ago
What did Carl Rogers mean by unconditional positive regard?
What did Carl Rogers mean by unconditional positive regard?
What did Carl Rogers mean by unconditional positive regard?
Psychology   litemarc   50   Asked A year ago
Discuss the major similarity between the personality theories of Albert Bandura and Julian Rotter.
Discuss the major similarity between the personality theories of Albert Bandura and Julian Rotter.
Discuss the major similarity between the personality theories of Albert Bandura and Julian Rotter.
Psychology   rockabye   57   Asked A year ago
Briefly discuss how the behaviorists explain personality.
Briefly discuss how the behaviorists explain personality.
Briefly discuss how the behaviorists explain personality.
Psychology   rockabye   51   Asked A year ago
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