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Introduction Anxiety disorders are types of mental disorders that are characterized by intense feelings of fear, nervousness or uneasiness usually associated with specific conditions or experiences. Panic disorder is a type of anxiety disorder that is characterized by a sudden rush of fear, normally accompanied by an increased heart beat rate, shortness of breath, and...
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The study conducted by the APS explores the differences in brain functionality among children, and how the minds of children through the various stages of development create an impact on the way they think and respond to their social environments. Precisely, the article Association for Psychological Science is an exploration into the stages of brain...
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Introduction The first topic to be discussed in this paper will be based on behavioral analysis that was carried out in order to improve the results of reading for children with learning disabilities. The topic of the article reads: improving Reading outcomes for children with learning disabilities using brief experimental analysis to develop parent-tutor interventions....
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The geography of poverty defines the difference of a nation’s wealth based on geographical locations. The physical location of a country influences its performance in terms of economy. For instance, the nations along the coastal region can access the sea trade and are more advantaged than those in inland regions. Therefore, geography plays an imperative...
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The Person-centered theory, also known as the Rogerian theory of counseling, is based on a belief that humans have the ability and the right to move towards self-actualization. In this theory, individuals are regarded as coherent, forward-moving, and sensible creatures. Since individuals’ posses the ability of regulating and controlling their own conducts, the counseling relationship...
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Empirical analysis indicates that the transition to adolescent stage is one of the vital development periods for both the parents and children. It is regarded as the period where both the child’s personality and stability is obtained. Therefore, proper parental guidance is required to help children adjust promptly to the physical and psychological environments that...
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Chapter 1: Background of the Study A suicidal patient is a person trying to escape from unbearable life circumstances and unable to find a way to live with life in its present form (U. S. DHHC, 2006).  Despite efforts to understand the complexity of suicide, experts have found it impossible to predict if a person...
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Antisocial behavior is an act that does not have consideration for another person, and may result in destruction to the society, whether deliberately or through neglect. An individual is said to be antisocial if he acts contrary to the norms of the society (Barriga & Carmelia, 2008, p. 117). Various character traits explain the positive...
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The major strengths and weaknesses of ecological theory The ecological systems theory by Bronfenbrenner majors in a few areas with respect to human development. The theory focuses on the environment as a natural ecology. The theory presents a person that is still under development as to be the core of the process of development and...
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Introduction Serial murder neither is a new incident, nor is it exceptionally American. In nineteenth century Europe, carried out some of the initial recorded study of aggressive, sexual criminals and the offenses they perpetrated. Since then the Western world and researchers in general have performed many case studies of sexual killing, serial killing, and other...
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