The basics of Research Methods. There’s so much to learn in AS and more is added in the second year. In an exam you could be asked to state which hypothesis is being used in an example, which...
Psychodynamic Therapy takes a holistic approach towards assessing clients in relation to their problems. Insight is essential to achieve success in therapy.
4 Types Of Parenting Styles In Psychology: What Kind Of A Parent Are You?
Do you know what parenting style you have? Here are the 4 parenting styles in psychology you need to know about to raise happy & healthy children.
Stopping Negative Self-Talk Part 2: Cognitive Distortions
Stop negative self-talk and thinking by identifying cognitive distortions. Improve mood, reduce stress, feel better. Cognitive Behavioral self-help.
Psychotherapy — Types and Techniques | Online Medical Library
Psychotherapy or the systematic interactions between a therapist and his patient is often included with medication to overcome specific abnormal behaviors such as mood or thought disorders. Here you learn more about psychotherapy including an overview and discussion of the most common types.
FREUD'S DEFENSE MECHANISMS
FREUD’S DEFENSE MECHANISMS All of them are UNCOUNSCIOUS except for Suppression. The following are similar but different: * Displacement & Acting out • Displacement: emotion is redirected. • Acting...
Important Steps To Take In Order To Change Your Life
Intro to Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs and Self Development - A very important and critical psychological development was created by psychologist Abraham Maslow
10 LMSW Exam Practice Questions - SocialWork.Career
Would you like to have a look at some practice questions to help you prepare for your LMSW (ASWB) exam? Below are 10 questions that we went over during a review class at my school: 1. A fifteen year old girl has been sent home from school on three occasions for drinking alcohol at school. […]
Free ASWB Exam Practice
The best way to prepare for to pass the ASWB exam is practice, practice, practice. Here, from SWTP (with permission), are three free social work exam practice questions. See how you do! 1. A 15-year-old boy is court-ordered into therapy after several brushes with the law, including charges for breaking and entering, assaulting a classmate, and driving a stolen vehicle. Although the boy witnessed all these incidents, he appears unconcerned and denies he was involved in any of them. The MOST…
Behaviorism: The Psychological Theory of Stimulus-Response
Behaviorism is the theory that psychology can be objectively studied through observable actions. Key figures include Pavlov, Skinner, and Watson.
Single-Subject Experimental Design - Single-Subject Research Designs - ABA Study Materials - D-3
This blog post will cover D-3 of Section 1 in the BCBA/BCaBA Fifth Edition Task List. You will learn about "defining features of single-subject research experimental designs" (Behavior Analyst Certification Board, 2017)....
Classical Conditioning vs. Operant Conditioning
Hi there everyone!!!!!! Today seems a good day to learn more about behaviorist theory, don't you think? So, let's take a look in these two important concepts: Classical Conditioning and Operant conditioning. Although both have learning as a common result, their processes are quite different. Classical Conditioning is related to the association between a naturally existing stimulus and a previously neutral one. For instance, in Pavlov's experiment with dogs, the food is a natural stimulus and…