The White Hotel

Psychoanalysis is a system of psychology originated by the Viennese physician Sigmund Freud in the 1890’s and then further developed by himself, his students, and other followers. It consists of activities such as using methods for research into the human mind, a systematic knowledge about the mind, and a method for the treatment of psychological … Read more

Stress: Causes and Effects

Stress is an ongoing dilemma that occurs in each and everyones life. It is a factor that is undoubtedly apart of daily living. Due to the trivial problems that occur in peoples daily lives massive amounts of stress can arise. People perceive and manage stress in many different ways. The causes and effects of stress … Read more

Bradstreet – An Early Feminist

As a female in a highly patriarchal society, Anne Bradstreet uses the reverse psychology technique to prove the point of her belief of unfair and unequal treatment of women in her community. Women who wrote stepped outside their appropriate sphere, and those who actually published their work frequently faced social censure. Compounding this social pressure, … Read more

Definition and History of Industrial Psychology

GENERAL HISTORY OF INDUSTRAL PSYCHOLOGY Industrial psychology is a relatively recent subfield of psychology. In fact it did not become fully productive until about the late 1920’s. The industrial side of industrial psychology has its historical origins in research on individual differences, assessment, and the prediction of performance. This branch of the field crystallized during … Read more

History of Psychology

What is Psychology? Psychology is said to be the scientific study of behavior and mental processes. The study of human behavior, development, and learning; and also seeks to understand and explain thought, emotion, and behavior. Today the question we are doing falls under the History of Psychology. It deals with the earlier schools (Structuralism and … Read more

Anna Freud’s Role in the History of Psychology

Anna Freud, born in 1895, was the daughter of Sigmund Freud, the well-known founder of psychology and the psychoanalytic theory. Anna Freud’s work with her father and his friends and associates as well as her own personal studies, curiosities, and analyses lead her to cofound psychoanalytic child psychology. An appealing woman who did not have … Read more

History of Psychology

History of Psychology PSY/310 August 29, 2011 Psychology was originated from the roots of philosophy Socrates, Aristotle and Plato asked many hard questions for example how the mind works. “According to psychology historian Morton Hunt, an experiment performed by the King of Egypt, as far back as the seventh century B. C. , can be … Read more

History of Social Psychology

Being a racing enthusiast and desiring to learn what caused these different race times, he devised the first social scientific experiment. In this study, he asked children to quickly wind line on a fishing reel either alone or in the presence of other children performing the same task. As he had predicted, the children wound … Read more

History of Social Psychology

From the days of the great Greek philosophers such as Plato and Aristotle to the nineteenth entry scientists, they all have pondered about the human nature of man and people’s influence on each other. These historical philosophers and scientists have provided guidance to the discovery of sociology psychology (Gestalt, 2007). This paper will define social … Read more

History of Psychology

History of Psychology University of Phoenix Bruce Karabinos,Jr. PSY 410 Abnormal Psychology This week I have been given the outline for this paper. So some of the topic that will be covered in this paper will include information about what is abnormal psychology. The early years of the people that have made this topic what … Read more

The History of Psychology

The study of psychology in philosophical context dates back to the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Greece, China, India, and Persia. Historians point to the writings of ancient Greek philosophers, such as Thales, Plato, and Aristotle (esp. De Anima),[4] as the first significant work to be rich in psychology-related thought. [5] In 1802, French physiologist Pierre … Read more

History of Abnormal Psychology

Running Heading: HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE Historical Perspectives of Abnormal Psychology Psychology 410 Abnormal Psychology 7/29/2010 Throughout the history of human kind there has been a fascination of human behavior, especially behaviors that are considered to be abnormal. Dating back to biblical times the pursuit of clarity and the desire to cure such behaviors has existed. Theories … Read more

History of Psychology Timeline

History of Psychology Timeline Ancient Greece 500 to 200 BC Ancient Greece philosophy began with the concepts created by such great figures as Thales, Anaximander, Anaximenes, Pythagoras whose philosophies helped shape great fathers of philosophy such as the Sophist, Socrates, Plato and Aristotle. Ancient Rome 129 to 216 AD Claudius Galen was a prominent Roman … Read more

How does Art Therapy help in maintaining a person’s health or helping them get well from a sickness

Before finding the answer to this question it is necessary to understand the background, history, and importance of what Art Therapy is. First of all Art Therapy is a form of psychotherapy. In psychotherapy there is an exploration of feelings and concerns in nonverbal and verbal exercises that use simple visual art materials. Art therapy … Read more

Once Upon A Psychological Theory

Developmental psychology is the study of the human mind across the life span. Unlike other areas of psychology–personality, cognitive, social–developmental psychology is explicitly concerned with how the rules of human behavior change over time. All of the methods used in psychology can be, and are, applied to the study of development. These range from neurobiological … Read more

Psychology as Storytelling

Storytelling has been with us since the days of campfire and besieging wild animals. It served a number of important functions: amelioration of fears, communication of vital information (regarding survival tactics and the characteristics of animals, for instance), the satisfaction of a sense of order (justice), the development of the ability to hypothesize, predict and … Read more