Psychology

Written Assignment 5

Significant Stressors for First Responder Families Assignment. Significant Stressors for First Responder Families Assignment. It is evidently clear that any events that might affect the mind will as well the body Read more >>

Influence of alcohol on motor control

Running head: INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL ON MOTOR CONTROL 1. This study was investigating the influence of alcohol intoxication on performance in visuomotor tasks. The second task determined the influence of alcohol control on motor control by drawing three shapes Read more >>

Reducing Stress for First Responders

Running head: REDUCING STRESS FOR FIRST RESPONDERS 1. There is a need to come up with the ways of reducing and managing stress and strains for the first responders in post-incident inquiry due to the nature of their job in responding to the emergencies. Stress is the reaction of ones mind and body to an emotional or physical challenge Read more >>

Personality Disorders

Personality disorder is a number of clinically relevant states and behavioral types that tend to sustainability. It deals with the inherent characteristics of an individuals lifestyle and attitudes towards him-/herself and others. Some of these states and behaviors appear very early in the process of individual development as a result of constitutional factors and social experience, while the others are acquired later Read more >>

Gestures

Gestures are a form of non-verbal communication. They are used as a method of conveying a message without actually using words. One can use any part of his/her body to make a gesture Read more >>

George Kelly?s Personality Theory

The study of Professor Kelly resulted in one of the hottest controversies in the psychological science. Firstly, the concept of constructive alternativitism is positioned as one of the strongest points of Kellys theory. Under this principle, the unified definition of good or bad cannot be reached, since everyone perceives the world differently, or following the quotation of Kelly, everyone has his/ her own constructs (Frager & Fadiman, 2012) Read more >>