The Oxford Evolution Debate

  It is June 30, 1860 and you are fortunate enough to be a member of the audience in the Oxford University Library to witness the Oxford Evolution Debate. The two main characters in the debate are Thomas Henry Huxley and Bishop Samuel Wilberforce. Arguing in...

Reinforce alternatives to problem behavior

  Think about instances in your own childhood when your parents attempted to reduce a problematic behavior in which you were engaging, and what you think was effective and not effective. 1. Briefly explain why it is important to reinforce alternatives to problem...

Why Your’re Alone, Why It Sucks

Why Your’re Alone, Why It Sucks, and What You Can Do About it This Term Paper must have a minimum of 10 pages, with at least 7 or more being CONTENT ORIENTED, which means the COVER PAGE, the ABSTRACT, and the BIBLIOGRAPHY “DO NOT COUNT” IN THE...

Landmark studies in the field of psychology

  Consider these landmark studies in the field of psychology mentioned in this video linked here(https://www.kanopy.com/en/product/168037?vp=rasmussen) Do you think they would be considered unethical today? What ethical issues stand out as possible concerns to...

Toxic positivity

https://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/allinthemind/toxic-positivity-when-happiness-becomes-harmful/13749368 Around minute 11, the researcher talks about an experiment where they tried to prompt people to be more happy by surrounding them with inspirational...

Divorce-childhood memory

  “How did this experience of reading my narrative to a person I trust change what and how I remember and what I feel?’ Use these questions to keep it flowing: How well do you remember the story of your life? Are there stages of your life that you do...