An overview of different issues concerning human-computer interaction (HCI).
This paper discusses and compares several systematic theory of personality: Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung, Gordon Allport, Karen Horney, Kurt Lewin, Albert Bandura and Eric Berne.
This paper discusses schizophrenia, a debilitating but treatable brain disease. It also discusses how the American culture views persons suffering from schizophrenia negatively.
This paper discusses depression among women in the middle years: Definition, symptoms, effects, causes, sex and family aspects, self-esteem and self-expression, treatment with drugs and therapy; re-education and desensitization.
This paper is a complete research project studying the complex theory of connectivity, a biological, psychological, and environmental approach to lifespan development.
This paper examines the child development theories of Jean Piaget, which divides into four stages: Sensori-motor, preoperational thought, concrete operations and formal operations.
This paper studies the sections in Freud’s Civilization and Its Discontents dealing with suffering, love, happiness and pleasure principle, aggression and guilt, which are all related to Freud’s theories of man & culture.
This paper discusses the inter-relation of personality with social class and ethnic status as influenced by social class and ethnic status and includes and overview citing numerous theorists such Glasser, Lidz and Osborne and examples from many social and
This paper reviews psychological literature to discuss the philosophy, methods and effectiveness of humanist, non-directive therapy techniques; focus is on Carl Rogers.
This paper discusses a growing body of research that indicates adolescent drug and alcohol abuse screeners are available to health care professionals to assist in identification of Adolescent Alcohol and Other Drug (AAOD) use .