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Class Size and Academic Achievement
The debate over the efficacy of small class sizes has been enflamed in recent years because of the implications for policy. Class size reduction policy exists in many states in the U.S., The UK, the Netherlands, China, Hong Kong, Korea and Japan (Brühwiler & Blatchford, 2011). These policies were based on the general agreement that smaller classes result in higher quality teaching. However this is a contentious issue, and some argue that the cost effectiveness of class size reduction is modest compared to other strategies.
The debate over the efficacy of small class sizes has been enflamedin recent years because of the implications for policy Class sizereduction policy... more
5 pages | 6 sources | 15 citations | APA citation style

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Masters Degree Developmental Stage
Abraham Maslow developed the Hierarchy of Needs as a model for understanding human motivation, management training and personal development (Maslow, 1955). The base level stages reflect physiological needs such as shelter, food, warmth, sex and other bodily drives. The need for safety is intrinsically linked with man's desire to control an unpredictable world. After those more basic needs are met, belonging needs surface which involve relationships, intimacy, and support from family (Lonnqvist et al., 2009). On the deepest level all humans have a need to be respected.
Abraham Maslow developed the Hierarchy of Needs as a model forunderstanding human motivation management training and personaldevelopment Maslow The... more
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Review of Research by Ermer and Kiehl
Research by Ermer and Kiehl (2010) examined incarcerated psychopaths' reasoning about social contract rules, precautionary rules and descriptive rules. Psychopathy is a personality disorder characterized by impulsivity, irresponsibility, glibness and grandiosity. Individuals with this personality disorder lack moral emotions such as guilt, remorse and empathy.
Research by Ermer and Kiehl examined incarcerated psychopaths'reasoning about social contract rules precautionary rules and descriptiverules... more
2 pages | 4 sources | 9 citations | APA citation style

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The Achievement Motive
This paper describes how a person driven by the achievement motive would look in terms of each factor in the Five Factor Model of personality. The factors are: conscientiousness, openness, neuroticism, extraversion and agreeableness.
According to the Murray-McClelland theory of personality achievementis one of the three social motives that drive behavior along with powerand... more
3 pages | 5 sources | 9 citations | APA citation style

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Nature Versus Nurture in Personality Development
This paper examines the role of "nature" (genetics) and "nurture" (influences from the social environment) in three theories of personality: the Freudian, behaviorist and humanistic theories. Although these theories emphasize environmental influences, they also acknowledge the role of nature.
Personality theorists have questioned the extent to which personalityis influenced by nature genetics or nurture social environment Themost reasonable... more
3 pages | 5 sources | 8 citations | APA citation style

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John Lennon's Personality Development
This paper provides a case study regarding the personality development of John Lennon (1940-1980).
Various models are applied to explain aspects of his personality, including psychoanalysis, biological/genetic, cognitive, behavioral, social learning and humanistic theories. The psychosocial approach is found to be the most useful one in explaining Lennon's personality. The paper also considers ways that Lennon's personality could be measured and assessed and argues that the Psychosocial Inventory of Ego Strengths (PIES) would be the most useful one in his case.
This case study will be concerned with analyzing the personalitydevelopment of John Lennon John Lennon was the leader of the s musicgroup the Beatles... more
7 pages | 9 sources | 18 citations | APA citation style

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Extraverted Personality
This paper creates a short assessment tool for measuring the personality trait of extraversion. The paper includes eight questions, a rating scale, and a brief description of how four people responded to the questions.
For this assignment I designed a short assessment tool to measure thepersonality trait of extraversion see Appendix for the assessment tool andrating... more
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Coaching Plan
This is a coaching plan for an adventure-based coaching group coaching experience. It addresses ethical and multicultural issues, approaches, assessments, closure and follow-up and other issues.
Coaching PlanIntroduction In a hypothetical situation in a corporate environment the group isexperiencing high levels of anger and conflict and... more
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The History of Psychology: From Pre to Postmodernism
In the middle of the 19th century introspection appeared as a quantitative method for the examination of one’s own conscious mental states and processes. At this point in history the study of the mind became a mathematical, laboratory based science. Edward Titchener was one of the method’s primary advocates. He wrote a 1600-page introspective training manual for pupils arguing that in the physical sciences, the techniques of introspection are at least as difficult as observation. Titchener was student of Wilhelm Wundt, who also used introspective techniques albeit not as exclusively. Eventually, Titchener developed Wundt's system into what became known as structuralism.
In the middle of the th century introspection appeared as aquantitative method for the examination of one's own conscious mentalstates and processes... more
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An Analysis of "High Conflict Couple"
"High Conflict Couple: A Dialectical Behavior Therapy Guide to Finding Peace, Intimacy & Validation”, by Dr. Alan Fruzzetti, is designed to help couples, through practice exercises, to overcome the stumbling blocks which are causing them to suffer a high degree of conflict in their intimate relationship with their partner. Fruzzetti outlines step-by-step various strategies aimed to reduce and redirect negative emotional energy when confronting tense emotional situations. His strategies are, as he says, “based on the principles of dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT)” (viii).
An Analysis of High Conflict Couple High Conflict Couple A Dialectical Behavior Therapy Guide toFinding Peace Intimacy Validation by Dr Alan Fruzzetti... more
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