Some Topic Ideas for Your Psychology Paper
• A Beautiful Mind - Schizophrenia
Abstract. This paper discusses the movie A Beautiful Mind while it compares the movie with the true-life happenings of a Nobel Prize winner John Forbes Nash , who had suffered from schizophrenia. Both the story and the movie played a successful part in portraying the disease as having no association with brain diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease.
• A Book Review of "The Sane Society" by Erich Fromm.
This paper will discuss the book "The Sane Society" by Erich Fromm, and seek to understand what the major ideas are in his writings. By understanding this type of philosophy, we can learn how the humanistic psychology works in interpreting the mind. By using these devices in his book, we can see this as major source to understand it.
• A Brief Overview of Behavior Modification.
In this paper a paper writer examines moderate behavioral problems in both adults and in children in respect to how such behaviors can be altered or prevented altogether.
• A Cameroon Teenager
This is a case study of a troubled fifteen-year old girl. She has a number of issues, including abandonment issues and feelings of not belonging. She currently resides in a Behavioral Institute. Here, her behavior has gone from bad to worse. She original did reside with her biological mother, but made a false allegation of abuse against her mother, which got her removed to foster care.
• A Case study in Schizophrenia: John Nash.
This 19-page paper gives a psychological case study of schizophrenic John Nash, using DSM IV guidelines to ascertain to diagnose and assess his conditions. Also outlining any social and cultural diversification that may have arisen from the diagnosis of his problem. 19 pgs. Bibliography lists 16 sources.
• A child of seven kills animals, is disruptive in class and bullies’ other children
A 4-page paper that analyzes the case scenario where a child of seven kills animals, is disruptive in class and bullies’ other children
• A Common Mechanism for Illusory and Occluded Object Completion
This paper provides a brief description of a study by the same name conducted by Kellman, Yin and Shipley (1998) on three experiments they completed to test the experimental model of previous sensory and perception ideals. The description is followed by a brief analysis and suggestions on improvements to both original models and the findings of this study.
• A Compare and Contrast of William James and Konrad Lorenz on Instinct in Behavioral Determinism.
This paper will compare and contrast the theories of William James and Konrad Lorenz that determine the role of instinct in determining behavior. By understanding the inner nature of instinct within the human being, we can see how these two men agreed and disagreed on the nature of mankind to create a source of behavior. By revealing these theories, we can see the real part that instinct plays within the complex notions of behavior as determined by these men.
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