Through the Loyola Clinical Centers (LCC), psychology students in the masters and doctoral program are able to hone their skills while providing services to those who couldnt typically afford it.
The present study examined the association between psychological stress, social support and antibody response to both thymus-dependent and thymus-independent vaccinations. Stressful life events in the previous year and customary social support were measured by standard questionnaires at baseline in 75 (41 females) healthy students. Antibody status was assessed at baseline, 4 and 18 weeks following vaccination with formaldehyde inactivated hepatitis A virus and pneumococcal polysaccharides, which induce thymus-dependent and -independent antibody responses respectively. Controlling for baseline antibody status, life event stress was negatively associated with antibody response to the hepatitis A vaccine at the 18-week follow-up; participants reporting a greater number of stressful life events had a poorer antibody response. There was no relationship between psychological stress and antibody response to pneumococcal vaccination. Social support was not associated with the antibody response to ...
Background: The often studied psychosocial correlates that relate to health outcomes in adolescents with Type 1 Diabetes (T1D) are factors such as self-efficacy, depression, distress, quality of life, and adherence. These psychosocial factors are not well-studied within a young adult (YA) population and the parents of YAs during the transition planning phase. Impact: This study aids program development for pre-transfer educational interventions to ensure more successful post-transfer health outcomes from both a patient and parent perspective. Methods: This longitudinal study is designed to characterize the psychosocial factors relevant for a population of YA with T1D. Data analyses of these psychosocial and transition readiness variables allow for understanding of prospective health outcomes for young adults with T1D during the transition process. Implications/Future Directions: From a clinical perspective, the outcomes of this feasibility study will be two-fold: (1) establish which of the ...
From the Summer School website: Are you Interested in getting international research experience? Would you like to face the challenge of international team work and meeting students from all around Europe? The EFPSA European Summer School (ESS) gives you this opportunity! The ESS is a week-long research-focused programme since 2007. Each year 35 Psychology students learn from excellent academics and conduct cross-cultural research with other Psychology students supervised by PhD students or PhD. However, the ESS embodies more than just academic work - you will experience multicultural social activities, make new friends, introduce your own culture and embrace the diversity of Europe ...
The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health is looking for participants for a study investigating major depression. Our research group is using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and positron emission tomography (PET) scanning to investigate an enzyme in the brain, fatty acid amide hydrolase, in individuals with major depression and healthy controls. We are looking for participants with current major depressive episode to take part in the study. The study involves 4 visits to CAMH:1. Screening interview (we will go over your medical, psychiatric and drug history; complete questionnaires and some learning/memory games)2. MRI scan3. PET scan4. Reimbursement and discharge To be eligible, […]. ...
The Biomarker study is Project 4 of the MIDUS longitudinal study, a national survey of more than 7,000 Americans (aged 25 to 74) begun in 1994. The purpose of the larger study was to investigate the role of behavioral, psychological, and social factors in understanding age-related differences in physical and mental health. With support from the National Institute on Aging, a longitudinal follow-up of the original MIDUS samples [core sample (N = 3,487), metropolitan over-samples (N = 757), twins (N = 957 pairs), and siblings (N = 950)] was conducted in 2004-2006. Guiding hypotheses, at the most general level, were that behavioral and psychosocial factors are consequential for health (physical and mental). A description of the study and findings from it are available on the MIDUS Web site. The Biomarker Project (Project 4) of MIDUS II contains data from 1,255 respondents. These respondents include two distinct subsamples, all of whom completed the Project 1 Survey: (1) longitudinal survey sample ...
The Biomarker study is Project 4 of the MIDUS longitudinal study, a national survey of more than 7,000 Americans (aged 25 to 74) begun in 1994. The purpose of the larger study was to investigate the role of behavioral, psychological, and social factors in understanding age-related differences in physical and mental health. With support from the National Institute on Aging, a longitudinal follow-up of the original MIDUS samples [core sample (N = 3,487), metropolitan over-samples (N = 757), twins (N = 957 pairs), and siblings (N = 950)] was conducted in 2004-2006. Guiding hypotheses, at the most general level, were that behavioral and psychosocial factors are consequential for health (physical and mental). A description of the study and findings from it are available on the MIDUS Web site. The Biomarker Project (Project 4) of MIDUS II contains data from 1,255 respondents. These respondents include two distinct subsamples, all of whom completed the Project 1 Survey: (1) longitudinal survey sample ...
Taking place in the Nursing Simulation lab, a high-fidelity mannequin portrayed the dying, elderly Brazilian patient. Participating theater students Marc Anthony Toro, Brissa Lopez and Marie Wasinger, along with psychology students including Nadya Clontz, Laura Burke and Kaiya Walker, acted the parts of the elderly womans relatives, responding in various ways to seeing their relative die and then being prepared for the aftermath of the death.. Graduate students in psychology provided a debriefing sessions with all of the nursing students after the experience, plus additional counseling as needed. The Brenau Behavioral Analysis Club (BBAC) was instrumental in providing an orderly flow of the various teams from one place to the next.. This interdepartmental event was a success, with students, faculty and volunteers responding positively to the experience. Based on the success of this event, there are plans to repeat it in the spring semester.. ...
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If you have registered via Studielink for the Bachelors programme Psychology, you are required to take part in our study check activities. These among other things include filling in a questionnaire and attending a (trial) study day. If you do not participate in the study check activities, you will NOT be admissible to the programme. The study day - which is one of several study check activities - consists of several presentations, workshops and an assessment, all with the purpose of convincing you and us as in regards to your suitability for the Bachelors programme Psychology at the UT and vice versa. The day includes an introduction to the Bachelors programme and offers plenty of time for questions and discussions.. Please note that our mandatory study day is offered to gain more insight in our bachelors programme and your skills as a Psychology student. Our intention is to better get to know you as a prospective student and to facilitate you in deciding whether our programme is indeed the ...
Valerie is a psychology student who is trying to pursue a career in Cognitive Neuroscience. She is passionate about the brain and finds it fascinating. She loves learning about new discoveries and research that is going on in the world of psychology and neuroscience. One day she hopes to contribute to the scientific community ...
We examined gender stereotypes and perceptions of aggression in 743 US psychology students at a northeastern university in the USA. Participants rated a vi
This study examined a film that focuses on presence and acceptance of emotions in order to enhance perceived mastery and stimulate attempts to change.. The project includes a qualitative evaluation of the film used in a low-threshold context, with graduate student Elisabeth Franzen from SERAF and qualitative testing in an outpatient clinic with psychology student Ingerid Bjelland.. ...
Mike Rials is graduating from the University of Texas at Dallas, where he was not only a psychology student but also a participant in a PTSD study...
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Mental health and family function were the most important psychosocial factors predicting PCC. More comprehensive identification of psychosocial factors may enhance our understanding of PCC.
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In these population based data from central and eastern Europe, we found that all indicators of alcohol intake and problematic drinking were associated with effort-reward imbalance but not with job control. The association with effort-reward imbalance was independent of deprivation and education but some of it was related to depressive symptoms.. Alcohol accounts for a substantial burden of ill health in the region, especially in the former Soviet Union.20,35 The social and health impact of alcohol in the region is at least partly related to the pattern of binge drinking.21,36 It is therefore important to understand the distribution of drinking and alcohol related problems in the population. Alcohol intake has previously been found to be associated with education and marital status in Russia37 and with education in the Czech Republic38 and Poland (unpublished data). Psychosocial factors are often thought to be at least partly responsible for the association between socioeconomic position and ...
Often, humans must rely on their innate ability to describe the perceived chance of an event occurring using qualitative phrases, rather than quantitative values. These qualitative phrases often lead to a spectrum of meaning across individuals. Our aim in this study was two-fold; first, to distinguish a quantitative spectrum for these qualitative phrases, and second, to determine which of these phrases produced the largest variance between individuals. Personal differences were also looked at to determine if personality may play a role in these variations.
It has long been established that genetic factors along with environmental (e.g., psychosocial) factors are significant contributors to addiction vulnerability.[3][30] Epidemiological studies estimate that genetic factors account for 40-60% of the risk factors for alcoholism.[citation needed] Similar rates of heritability for other types of drug addiction have been indicated by other studies.[31] Knestler hypothesized in 1964 that a gene or group of genes might contribute to predisposition to addiction in several ways. For example, altered levels of a normal protein due to environmental factors could then change the structure or functioning of specific brain neurons during development. These altered brain neurons could change the susceptibility of an individual to an initial drug use experience. In support of this hypothesis, animal studies have shown that environmental factors such as stress can affect an animals genotype.[31] Overall, the data implicating specific genes in the development of ...
It has long been established that genetic factors along with environmental (e.g., psychosocial) factors are significant contributors to addiction vulnerability.[3][30] Epidemiological studies estimate that genetic factors account for 40-60% of the risk factors for alcoholism.[citation needed] Similar rates of heritability for other types of drug addiction have been indicated by other studies.[31] Knestler hypothesized in 1964 that a gene or group of genes might contribute to predisposition to addiction in several ways. For example, altered levels of a normal protein due to environmental factors could then change the structure or functioning of specific brain neurons during development. These altered brain neurons could change the susceptibility of an individual to an initial drug use experience. In support of this hypothesis, animal studies have shown that environmental factors such as stress can affect an animals genotype.[31] Overall, the data implicating specific genes in the development of ...
A Psychology student studies the brain, the mind and behaviour and will gain some fascinating insights into why humans act as they do. At its root Psychology is a scientific subject and there will be the chance to design and run experiments to test theories youll be covering. The range of topics youll study will typically cover memory, development, abnormal behaviour, biological psychology and social psychology as well as some more specialised areas.. Psychology requires a keen analytical mind which can observe patterns and aberrations and of the utmost importance is the ability to express ideas and arguments well. Marked by Teachers allows you to benefit from essay examples which show you what examiners are looking for in this regard.. Psychology is a truly fascinating subject which allows you to become aware of the reasons for both conventional and unconventional human behaviour. You maywish to take the subject further but if you dont it is a good basis for degree level courses in ...
Hi! I am a third year psychology student at Bath. I am currently on the 5 years integrated masters course and about to start my placement. I had your worry when I applied (so long ago now haha) they wanted an A at GCSE Maths, I only got a B. Like someone else posted above the recommended that I retake. I didnt. I personally didnt want to and my sixth form didnt allow me to do that so I would have had to do it privately which would have cost me hella money.. and all for a few extra marks (nahhh not worth it). I applied anyway and I got an offer, made the entry requirement of A*AA in Psychology, History and Religious Studies (you dont have to do a science, you dont even have to do Psychology to get in). Focus on making your personal statement stellar and conveying your interest/passion and also like someone else mentioned, get your referee to mention your mitigating circumstances at GCSE ...
Developmental Psychology students are offered ample opportunity to get involved in research activities with their advisor. The program provides students with the ability to gain both formal and informal research collaboration.
Psychiatric disorders have been estimated to occur in about 20% of children, but only about half of these experience psychosocial impairment, which is commonly used as the threshold by which to defi ne the need for treatment. Psychosocial impairment refers to a signifi cant effect of symptoms on functioning in one of the areas in which children are expected to perform: relationships with family, peers and other adults; school work and other aspects of school life; and leisure activities.. Child psychiatric disorders can be divided broadly into three groups: externalising or behavioural disorders, internalising or emotional disorders, and disorders affecting general development. While such a categorisation is helpful, many children presenting with one psychiatric disorder will meet criteria for further psychiatric diagnoses. This comorbidity may complicate the presenting picture and infl uence treatment options. A comprehensive assessment at the outset is important in gaining a full picture f ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Cognitive impairment as measured by the THINC-integrated tool (THINC-it). T2 - Association with psychosocial function in major depressive disorder. AU - Cha, Danielle S.. AU - Carmona, Nicole E.. AU - Subramaniapillai, Mehala. AU - Mansur, Rodrigo B.. AU - Lee, Yena. AU - Hon Lee, Jae. AU - Lee, Jung Goo. AU - Rosenblat, Joshua D.. AU - Shekotikhina, Margarita. AU - Park, Caroline. AU - Rong, Carola. AU - Greer, Tracy L.. AU - Lam, Raymond. AU - Baune, Bernhard T.. AU - Harrison, John. AU - McIntyre, Roger S.. PY - 2017/11/1. Y1 - 2017/11/1. N2 - Background Psychosocial impairment represents an important treatment target in major depressive disorder (MDD). The majority of patients with MDD do not regain premorbid levels of psychosocial functioning despite the resolution of core depressive symptoms. This study aimed to investigate the respective effects of cognitive function and depression severity on impaired psychosocial function in MDD. Methods Adults aged 18-65 with ...
Each university has a different selection process and it is difficult to generalise about what is included in each. Every year the universities receive hundreds of applications and unfortunately there are very limited spaces available to train psychologists at a Masters level. Limited spaces are due to a number of compounded issues such as limited funding and resources, limited positions for internships at accredited institutions, limited personnel for training and supervision, etc.. To give context to the limited amount of spaces available; universities around South Africa are able to facilitate between 6 and 12 psychology Masters students per year, per program. This equates to less than 7% of psychology students gaining entry into an accredited program each year.. Unfortunately this is the reality of Psychology in South Africa at the moment. Without radical transformation to the policies and regulations surrounding the training and development of psychologists in South Africa, there will ...
Introduction. WILL PARTICIPANTS HAVE A BETTER RECALL OF WORDS WHEN THEY ARE PRESENTED IN AN ORGANISED LIST? ABSTRACT This experiment was carried out by three psychology students to investigate the role of organisation in memory and whether organisation of material helps memory recall. An opportunity sample of friends and relatives were asked to take part in the study. The sample comprised 34 participants aged between 16 and 60. There were two conditions and the participants were split equally between them. In Condition 1, participants studied a prepared organised list of words and in Condition 2 they studied a random list. Their memory was then tested by free recall. An independent design was used and the results analysed using the Mann-Whitney test. The results showed that organisation does play an important role in memory. Participants who studied the organised list of words recalled significantly more words then those who studied the random list. This supports the findings of other studies ...
Background:. In patients with COPD, a preserved BMI may improve survival. However, the implications for function and health status have not been fully established. We hypothesised that obese patients would have reduced physical capacity and more impairments than non-obese patients with COPD and comparator subjects.. Method:. As part of a longitudinal study of co-morbidities in COPD (ARCADE), 400 patients (COPD confirmed with spirometry) and 100 comparator subjects (past or current smokers) free from respiratory disease were assessed. In all subjects, spirometry, BMI, six minute walk distance (6MWD), the Timed Up and Go (TUG) and physical, medical, functional and psychosocial impairments using the Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment (CGA) were determined. Patients also completed the St Georges Respiratory Questionnaire (SGRQ) and were categorised by BMI.. Results:. Patients and comparators were similar in gender and BMI COPD 28.0(5.5) comparators 28.5(4.6) kg/m2, and had similar proportions ...
Psychology students are good all-rounders. They tend to be inquisitive and analytical, and are happy tackling both big picture issues and fine detail. They typically have good social skills and are comfortable dealing with others. This guide should help you think about the skills you have, the jobs they can be applied to, and the options available.
Flash Cards covering the terminology that will be used when introducing States of Consciousness to Psychology students. There are 60 words total. This can be used in conjunction with the States of Consciousness word search, crossword, and quiz/worksheet.
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Objectives:The aim of paper was to explore the attitudes of Polish psychology students towards lesbian mothers whose children undergo psychological intervention, in an imaginary situation of providing professional support to the child. The authors found 3 types of psychologist behaviour: contact omission (withdrawal from the intervention, mothers partner exclusion), apparent appreciation of mothers partner and authentic appreciation of mothers partner (with women comparable participation). The authors explored an interaction between these attitudes and the support for gay and lesbian rights, the origin of the child (from a previous heterosexual relationship or present, homosexual one) and demographic variables ...
In each study, the study scores are adjusted so that the overall level of scores in that study matches the scores obtained by the same group of students in all of their studies. For example, in Economics in 2006 the average VCE Study Score was 30, but the students averaged 32 for all their studies. This shows that the students who did Economics in 2006 were of above average strength in their other studies. Therefore the scaling process adjusted the Study Scores upwards so that the average ENTER Subject Score for Economics was set at 32. The 2006 Psychology students averaged 28 in all their studies, therefore the scaling process adjusted the study scores downwards so that the average ENTER Subject Score for Psychology was 28. In some studies the scaling process produces ENTER Subject Scores that are greater than 50. However, the minimum ENTER Subject Score cannot go below zero. VCE studies are always scaled in the year in which they were undertaken (this may not necessarily be in the year in ...
Ilse Smolders (PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences, full professor, gewoon hoogleraar) is attached to the VUB Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy. Being a Pharmacist, she has huge interest in pharmacology and drug discovery, and her main teaching duties are situated within that field of expertise. She is responsible for teaching courses to Medical, Biomedical, Pharmacy and Psychology students. She is head of the Laboratory of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Drug Analysis and Drug Information, and chair of the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences. The research expertise of Ilse Smolders lies in the domain of neuroscience and pharmacology. She has expertise with rodent models of seizures, epilepsy, and epilepsy co-morbidities such as cognitive decline, anxiety and depression, as well as with in vivo monitoring of neurotransmitters, gliotransmitters and neuropeptides, ex vivo analysis of rodent brain, slice electrophysiology, and more recently, in vitro culture models. Available techniques in the lab are ...
Scott Atran is an anthropologist who studies extremes of human behaviour, to understand problems such as the space of all possible religions. Recently he has been studying terrorism and religious extremism; he talks to Hamas, the Israelis, the Syrian government and others. he works with Robert Axelrod on intractable conflicts; he gets mujahideen (and political leaders) to play games like psychology students. The most intractable conflicts involve sacred values, which work differently: they define who you are. People wont give up their children; the Taliban wont give up their arms any more than the NRA. Scotts methodology is to ask leaders what sort of trade-offs might be acceptable; he then tests them with population samples and reports back. E.g. leaders say they wont accept a two-state solution with no right of return for refugees, even shown data that only 8% want to go back; offers of money make things worse as the right to return is a sacred value. However a symbolic trade-off can be ...
Her work has focused primarily on intersectional diverse communities, culturally responsive treatment, parenting education, school-based clinical services, grief and loss, and mentorship and leadership training of psychology students. She has worked extensively in private practice and is a consultant for the Netflix series 13 Reasons Why and author of several book chapters on clinical topics. ...
Most psychology students are steeped in the culture of null hypothesis testing, with convention dictating that p-values below 0.05 be treated rather differently from p-values above that threshold. If one had little exposure to other branches of science, one might even come to believe that this form of inferential practice was at the heart of the scientific method. Nothing could be more (significantly) wrong. In fact, null hypothesis testing, the concept of statistical significance, and the holy p-value are all rather local phenomena, found primarily in the soft sciences, where the entities being discussed are in desperate need of shoring up to ensure their very reality: a job that null hypothesis significance testing does very poorly ...
Tali is a second year psychology student at University of Toronto. She enjoys singing, reading cheesy teen romance novels, and cooking/eating delicious food!
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TY - JOUR. T1 - The influence of psychosocial factors on heart transplantation decisions and outcomes.. AU - Geller, S. E.. AU - Connolly, T.. PY - 1997/12. Y1 - 1997/12. N2 - In January 1990, a well-established heart transplant program added a psychosocial evaluation procedure to its medical evaluation of potential transplant recipients. To determine the predictive value of psychosocial evaluation for decisions to list patients for a transplant and for ultimate clinical outcomes, we reviewed records of 191 patients who underwent psychosocial evaluation in the subsequent 3 years. Informal prescreening for obvious psychopathology and other disqualifiers almost certainly restricted the ranges of psychosocial factors observed in the sample. Of 120 patients listed, 61 actually received transplants. Psychosocial factors were little used in deciding whether to list the patients and were not predictive of recipients medical outcome or compliance, but were moderately predictive of complication rates ...
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Our research looks at what studying strategies undergraduate students with disabilities use to learn, why they use some strategies over others, and what metacognitive awareness is involved in these decisions. Previous research has shown that, while practicing information retrieval through self-testing is extremely beneficial to learning, many students tend to use the strategy of repeated reading, which does little in the way of learning more after the initial reading, and the importance of engaging in metacognitive awareness becomes apparent (Karpicke, Butler, & Roediger, 2009).We are looking for a deeper understanding of the connections between metacognitive awareness of learning, working memory, and learning for undergraduate students with disabilities, and how metacognitive strategies can possibly be applied. The participants are undergraduate students at the University of North Florida who are registered with the campus Disability Resource Center (N=400), with students who are a part of the Access
44 percent who reported daily or weekly angina had significant anxiety; two-thirds had significant depression.. Average age of the study group was 63 years old, and patients with more frequent angina were more likely to be younger. Patients with more frequent chest pain were more likely to report exertional angina during treadmill testing.. Patients were given the Seattle Angina questionnaire to determine the frequency of angina before stress testing and were given psychosocial assessments including a self reported anxiety and depression questionnaire.. The frequency of angina was strongly linked with anxiety and depression, but the study didnt establish cause, Sullivan said. It is unclear whether these psychosocial factors are truly affecting the anginal response to ischemia or if the increased chest pain burden is causing an intensification in psychosocial distress.. In the United States the primary goal in treating ischemia has been medication and revascularization procedures to reduce ...
Psychology 101 3 (crs.). General Psychology (SS)(XS). A beginning course in psychology designed to provide an understanding of contemporary approaches to human behavior and to lay the foundation for additional work in psychology. Students must complete a course research requirement. Credit can only be received for one of the following courses: Psychology 101, 102, 104, or 110.. Psychology 102 3 (crs.). General Psychology: Ethnic Studies (ES)(SS)(XS). A beginning course in psychology designed to provide an understanding of contemporary approaches to human behavior and to lay the foundation for additional work in psychology. Students must complete a research requirement. Credit can only be received for one of the following courses: Psychology 101, 102, 104 or 110. This course will focus on the intercultural knowledge and competence question and counts toward the Ethnic Studies Requirement.. Psychology 104 3 (crs.). Honors: General Psychology (SS)(XS). A general psychology course for University ...
The primary objective of this study was to assess the psychosocial risk factors for eating disorders in Hispanic (70%) and Non Hispanic (30%) female university students (n= 618). Risk factors were assessed with the Psychosocial Risk Factor Questionnaire (PRFQ) and its four sub-scales. There was a significant difference in the score for Concern (F = 243, p .046) and Media Pressure (F = 367, p | .006) by ethnic group. African Americans had a significantly lower mean score (3.27 ± 028) for media pressure than all other ethnic groups. There was a significant difference in total PRFQ score (F = 2.52, p | .02l) and the score for perception (F = 2.18, p| .044) among the Hispanic ethnic groups. These results indicate that there are differences among major ethnic groups as well as among Hispanic ethnic groups in terms of the psychosocial factors associated with the risk of eating disorders.
Legendary Psychology Ltd has been set up under Emergency Management Consultancy Ltd as part of its focus on building long term resilience for companies. It is the brainchild of Otago University psychology student Dominic Houlihan and is supported by emergency management specialist Dave Houlihan and behaviour analyst Dr Chew Wuei Chong.. Legendary Psychology Ltds focus is on applying psychology and behavioural science to improve the efficiency of processing and manufacturing businesses. This includes consultation on the design and establishment of Health and Safety systems and practices. The company has the ability to work worldwide.. Applying psychological principles to workplaces helps employers to ensure that all practical steps are taken to protect the health and safety of staff. These principles are also extremely useful in building resilience that will help companies stay strong during unexpected disruption, Dominic says.. Our focus is on human behaviour and motivation rather than ...
NMU psychology students attended the 2011 Society for Neuroscience meeting and presented research they had done on drugs that treat the attention and memory problems caused by schizophrenia. The Society for Neuroscience meeting is the largest gathering of neuroscientists in the world with over 30,000 attendees. NMU psychology professor Adam Prus received a grant for this research from the National Institutes of Mental Health. The abstracts of the presentations the students gave at the Society for Neuroscience meeting can be found below: The effects of the neurotensin receptor-1 agonist PD149163 on signal detection performance in rats. Todd M. Hillhouse, Ashley Schmeling, and Adam J. Prus, Northern Michigan University, Department of Psychology. ABSTRACT: Neurotensin is a neuropeptide neurotransmitter that has cognitively relevant interactions with multiple neurotransmitter systems. Brain penetrant agonists of neurotensin NT1 receptors have exhibited atypical antipsychotic drug-like effects in ...
Practicum in Psychology Students will work in a psychology-related community workplace part-time for a semester under the supervision of the faculty practicum instructor and a workplace representative. They will further their personal and professional development, integrating knowledge and skills acquired from the psychology degree curriculum in the context of their practical field experience. Students will complete reflective assignments and a final report related to their practicum work, as well as attend periodic seminars as a class. NOTE: Students must submit a pre-semester application questionnaire and work with the faculty practicum instructor to obtain a mutually agreed upon position prior to the practicum semester. Only those students who obtain a practicum position with approval of the instructor will be able to register.. Level: UG. Prerequisite(s): A minimum of 72 credits including 9 credits of 3000 and higher level Psychology courses and the permission of the Practicum ...
Dominic Upton is Head of Psychological Sciences at the University of Worcester. He is a Chartered Health Psychologist and teaches psychology to psychologists and those in other professions. In addition to a number of academic articles in professional journals, he has written text books for psychologists along with nurses, podiatrists and other allied health care professionals. In 2007 he was awarded a National Teaching Fellowship for his role in exploring and developing the teaching of psychology. Annie Trapp is Director of the Higher Education Academy Psychology Network and a founding member of EUROPLAT, a European network to support psychology education. In addition to editing the journal Psychology Learning and Teaching, she has written a number of book chapters and articles relating to psychology education and presented workshops on psychology education across the world.. ...
During and around the time of the episode, adolescent major depression is associated with psychological suffering, impairment in social roles, and increased risk for suicide. In this paper, Lewinsohn and colleagues show that adolescents with depression have poorer psychosocial functioning than never depressed adolescents-as reviewed in their article, this exactly parallels similar findings in other studies. The impairment shown in this work was broad, spanning occupational performance, interpersonal functioning, quality of life, and physical well being. The important contribution of this particular paper is in the examination of the specificity of this relationship and of alternative causal models.. In their examination, most of the psychosocial impairment appears to be associated with psychopathology in general and not with depression per se. While this perhaps should come as no surprise, the demonstration provided in this paper is elegant and convincing.. The deeper question is whether or not ...
A traumatic brain injury means an acquired injury to the brain caused by an external physical force resulting in total or partial functional disability or psychosocial impairment, or both, that adversely affects educational performance. The term applies to mild, moderate, or severe, open or closed head injuries resulting in impairments in one or more areas such as cognition, language, memory, attention, reasoning, abstract thinking, judgment, problem-solving, sensory, perceptual and motor abilities, psychosocial behavior, physical functions, information processing, or speech. The term includes anoxia due to trauma. The term does not include brain injuries that are congenital, degenerative, or induced by birth trauma. ...
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Ill explain this a bit more from the standpoint of a developmental psychology student. Itll be a bit windy, but I think very useful if youre serious about progression.. If you want to be productive, it at the same time means removing anything that seems counter-intuitive to this function. Often times we dont allow our brains to run the most important program in our protocol for advancement -- The Boredom Program. We often cover this program with immediate auto-pilot action. For me, its gaming. I automatically go to gaming, rather than be bored. Its so intense that we label it an addiction.. When we remove our autopilot, Probably Reddit for most here, we become bored and we begin cycling through things we either need to do, should do, or want to do. This allows us to start finding the things in our life that will actually push us forward on our personal progressive path, whether thats as simple as doing the dishes or playing guitar, or as intense as completing work on a dissertation or ...
TY - THES. T1 - Psychosocial risk factors and coronary heart disease. AU - Bages, N.. PY - 2000/1/1. Y1 - 2000/1/1. M3 - Doctoral Thesis. SN - 9056810707. PB - Universiteit Maastricht. CY - Maastricht. ER - ...
Introduction. Positive psychology has fundamentally changed and challenged the way in which psychologists think about the way people should be studied (Cameron, Dutton & Quinn, 2003). In contrast to a deficit focus, positive psychology emphasises human strengths, giving attention to fulfilling the lives of healthy people (Seligman, 2002). In line with the development of positive psychology, with its focus on human flourishing, recent research in occupational psychology has shifted towards positive aspects of work (Naudé & Rothmann, 2004). For many years, research in occupational psychology was framed within a disease model with the emphasis on dysfunction and negative aspects of work such as stress and burnout (Balducci, Fraccaroli & Schaufeli, 2010; Storm & Rothmann, 2003). In this regard, and in part due to the limited number of positive constructs in occupational psychology, work engagement has emerged as a prominent and popular area of research (Cilliers & May, 2010; Seppälä et al, ...
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DANIEL KAHNEMAN: I want to tell you a bit of straight psychology that I find very exciting, that I found more exciting this year than I had before, and that in some ways is changing my view about a lot of things in psychology.. There are two big things happening in psychology today. One, of course, is everything thats got to do with the brain, and thats dominating psychology. But there is something else that is happening, which started out from a methodological innovation as a way to study memory, and weve always known, thats the idea of the notion of association of ideas, which has been around for 350 years at least.. We know about how associations work because we have one thought, and when it leads to another‚windows and doors and things like that, or white and black‚and we have our ideas of associations, and its always been recognized as important and interesting. But our view of how associations work has been changed in a profound way by a technical innovation, which is something ...
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