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If a man assaulted a woman and her unborn baby died, should he be charged with manslaughter

Fetal homicide laws have been the subject of extensive discussion over the last couple of decades. These are laws that protect the life of an unborn child. During their inception these laws were used by prolife supporters who of course were against abortion (Herbolsheimer, 2016).  As the topic suggests however these laws would later on be used in cases arising from bodily harm caused to […]

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Boys with conduct disorder engage in physical aggression whereas girls engage in emotional…

Boys with conduct disorder engage in physical aggression whereas girls engage in emotional aggression. Knowing what you know about biological and social factors, why do you think that these different forms of aggression might exist? Do you think that one form of aggression is more damaging than another?

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1. What do you think of the dimensional versus categorical classification systems? If you could…

1. What do you think of the dimensional versus categorical classification systems? If you could categorize personality disorders, which would you choose—or would you opt for a different system—and why? 2. A significant proportion of mild intellectual disability has a cultural-familial etiology. Can you identify two factors leading to this type of intellectual disability, and if you had unlimited resources, how would you eliminate these […]

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Erikson’s theory of human development encompasses eight stages. Each stage presents a particular…

Erikson’s theory of human development encompasses eight stages. Each stage presents a particular taskwhosemastery builds personality strength and resilience.When a stage isn’twell-mastered,we’re likely to struggle with its issues throughout our life. Though we can’t undo the past, awareness and insight can help us complete what remains unfinished in our personality growth. Here are some guiding questions to answer: Initiative vs. guilt. Do you take an […]

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Genome-wide association studies, a key tool in understanding the genetics of psychiatric illness,…

Genome-wide association studies, a key tool in understanding the genetics of psychiatric illness, require researchers to study the DNA of thousands of individuals. The only way they can achieve this is by collecting biological samples from individuals with and without the illness under study. Although many individuals willingly participate in such studies hoping that the contribution of their blood samples will alleviate suffering in the […]

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Use your signature strengths (see Seligman, 2011). Begin by taking the VIA Survey of Character…

Use your signature strengths (see Seligman, 2011). Begin by taking the VIA Survey of Character (www.viacharacter.org). Take a look at your top five strengths and ask whether they are your signature strengths. If yes, then make time during the next week to use your signature strengths in new and different ways. It helps to create a clearly defined opportunity in your schedule to do this. […]

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Your grandmother has recently retired, and she seems more anxious. She denies feeling anxious, but..

Your grandmother has recently retired, and she seems more anxious. She denies feeling anxious, but she is agitated and complains about a lot of physical symptoms (e.g., reflux, headaches, sore muscles). She also was recently diagnosed with diabetes, so she now has to watch her diet more closely. How might the changes in her life be putting her at risk for development of an anxiety disorder?

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1. You are the psychologist who was asked to conduct a clinical assessment for Pauline. What types..

1. You are the psychologist who was asked to conduct a clinical assessment for Pauline. What types of assessment instruments would you choose and why? 2. How might you use behavioral and psychophysiological assessments to evaluate a person who is having severe headaches, anxiety, and trouble sleeping?

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You are serving as a member of the IRB at your college. One of the professors submitted a request to

You are serving as a member of the IRB at your college. One of the professors submitted a request to conduct a study of children who have separation anxiety. She is hoping to measure the children’s psychological responses when their parents leave them in a playroom alone. Considering the three core principles of ethics reviewed here, what questions do you have for this professor?

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1. In Western cultures, the use of caffeine, nicotine, and alcohol is common. What do these drugs…

1. In Western cultures, the use of caffeine, nicotine, and alcohol is common. What do these drugs contribute to our culture, and how would the Western world differ in the absence of these drugs? 2. Because various substances often lead to quite different “highs,” what factors might influence drug choice across individuals?

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Jasmine lost 15 pounds and seemed to be exercising all the time. She was focused on only eating…

Jasmine lost 15 pounds and seemed to be exercising all the time. She was focused on only eating healthy foods and stopped having dinners with the family. When her mother raised concerns, her dad said that all three of his sisters had gone through phases like this. He recommended just waiting it out because, just like sucking her thumb and being afraid of the dark, […]

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Remember Michael, who did not want to tell his wife that he had HIV. What if instead of being…

Remember Michael, who did not want to tell his wife that he had HIV. What if instead of being married, Michael were single, had gotten HIV as a result of a single encounter with someone he had met in a bar, and now was so angry that he told his therapist that he intended to go out and infect every woman that he could? Does […]

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You can be certain that in the near future a drug company will produce a “happiness pill.” This pill

You can be certain that in the near future a drug company will produce a “happiness pill.” This pill will reliably increase positive mood on a daily basis. Assume that there are no serious side effects and the pill is affordable. Would you take it? Why or why not? What does your answer tell you about your own definition of happiness and well-being?

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1. A viral model for the development of schizophrenia is illustrated by studies examining exposure..

1. A viral model for the development of schizophrenia is illustrated by studies examining exposure to the influenza virus in pregnant women. Given the number of people who catch the flu each year, how strong is the evidence for this theory? 2. Given that medications have side effects so severe that a subset of patients discontinues taking medication, why is cognitive-behavioral treatment not used first […]

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When Jennifer visited her family doctor because she was losing weight and having trouble sleeping,..

When Jennifer visited her family doctor because she was losing weight and having trouble sleeping, he was sufficiently concerned to refer her to a psychologist for an evaluation. What types of assessments might the psychologist do to determine whether the symptoms Jennifer described were related to depression or anxiety?

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1. What are some of the pros and cons of the diagnostic classification systems currently used to…

1. What are some of the pros and cons of the diagnostic classification systems currently used to describe abnormal behavior? Explain what alternative you might choose, if any, and why 2. Girls and women report more fears and anxiety disorders than do men and boys. However, when placed in anxiety-producing situations, both sexes show equal physiological reactions. What societal factors might explain this difference?

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1. With only half of depressed individuals receiving health care and less than a quarter of them…

1. With only half of depressed individuals receiving health care and less than a quarter of them receiving adequate care, how could we improve health service delivery to individuals suffering from major depressive disorder? 2. Skeptics have claimed that binge-eating disorder is simply the medicalization of gluttony. Discuss why this claim is patently untrue and dangerous.

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Imagine that you have found the famous “Aladdin’s Lamp” whose genie has granted you three wishes….

Imagine that you have found the famous “Aladdin’s Lamp” whose genie has granted you three wishes. What would you wish for? (Sorry, you can’t wish for more wishes.) (a)What do your answers tell you about your idea of happiness or the good life? (b) Are your answers based on any specific assumptions about human nature or of relationships between people and the societies they live […]

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Zach was an exchange student in Japan. The food was all quite unfamiliar, and he was much larger…

Zach was an exchange student in Japan. The food was all quite unfamiliar, and he was much larger (and hairier) than all of the Japanese boys in his class. He felt like an ogre in comparison to his new classmates. He also missed the familiarity of the food from home. He started skipping lunch and found that he felt much less self-conscious in the afternoon. […]

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Most psychological disorders show a steady rise in prevalence from the mid-1980s through 2003. By…

Most psychological disorders show a steady rise in prevalence from the mid-1980s through 2003. By contrast, the number of publications regarding dissociative amnesia and DID rose from low levels in the mid-1980s to a sharp peak in the 1990s followed by an equally sharp decline by 2003 (Pope et al., 2006). Worldwide, in 2003, the literature reported only 13 explicit cases of dissociative amnesia and […]

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Describe an experience in your life when you were feeling exhausted or drained—either mentally or…

Describe an experience in your life when you were feeling exhausted or drained—either mentally or physically—and then you suddenly possessed renewed vitality and enthusiasm. (a) What do you think caused your “second wind” to kick in? Might it have involved encouragement from another person, a powerful moment of selfmotivation, both of these causes, or something else entirely? (b) If you were teaching a skill or […]

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As imaginatively as possible, write a one-page story that begins with this opening paragraph: “So…

As imaginatively as possible, write a one-page story that begins with this opening paragraph: “So this is what feels like to be rich and famous!” thought Jason as he stepped onto his yacht for the first time. It had all happened so fast. Only one year ago,” … Feel free to invent any additional characters or plot that you like based on this opening paragraph

External link to 1. A friend in your abnormal psychology class thinks that he has ADHD, but he was never evaluated or

1. A friend in your abnormal psychology class thinks that he has ADHD, but he was never evaluated or

1. A friend in your abnormal psychology class thinks that he has ADHD, but he was never evaluated or diagnosed as a child. How could he go about collecting empirical evidence to demonstrate he had the disorder as a child? 2. You are a geropsychologist who wants to improve the recognition of psychological symptoms among older patients in a primary care clinic. Given the differences […]

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Sometimes individuals with bipolar disorder will express concern that medication “flattens” them…

Sometimes individuals with bipolar disorder will express concern that medication “flattens” them out. Although they are typically fine with medication that helps minimize depressive episodes, they may miss the energy, decreased need for sleep, and excitement associated with manic episodes. Discuss ways to encourage long-term adherence to medication to prevent both future depressive and manic episodes.

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1. Compare and contrast the biological and psychological treatments that have been tested for OCD,..

1. Compare and contrast the biological and psychological treatments that have been tested for OCD, OCRDs, and pyromania/kleptomania, describing specific areas of overlapping and non-overlapping approaches. What does this research tell us, if anything, about overlap among these disorders? 2. Do you think it is possible for excessive malingering to lead to somatic disorders? Why or why not?

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Treatment for specific learning disorder occurs in educational settings and consists of attempts to.

Treatment for specific learning disorder occurs in educational settings and consists of attempts to teach academic skills. At later ages, treatment takes the form of accommodations to deal with remaining deficits. Based on your knowledge of brain development, why would this radical change in treatment approach occur?

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1. Your grandmother is showing signs of memory loss. Think about what other signs and symptoms her..

1. Your grandmother is showing signs of memory loss. Think about what other signs and symptoms her doctor might look for to decide if she is developing minor or major NCD. If she is diagnosed with minor NCD, what treatments do you think the doctor will recommend? 2. The ability to prescribe medication leads to potentially vulnerable exposure to pharmaceutical marketing campaigns, all of which […]

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About half of individuals with anorexia nervosa develop bulimia nervosa at some point during the…

About half of individuals with anorexia nervosa develop bulimia nervosa at some point during the course of their illness. Given that the disorders seem so different on the surface (anorexia nervosa characterized by restricting and bulimia nervosa with binge eating), how can you account for this high rate of diagnostic flux?

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Although we discuss how genes and environment interact to influence the risk for drug abuse, can you

Although we discuss how genes and environment interact to influence the risk for drug abuse, can you describe a situation in which someone who is at low genetic risk might develop drug abuse solely due to environmental exposures? Similarly, can you describe a scenario in which someone with very high genetic liability would never develop a drug abuse problem?

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Depression is more common in women. It is associated with both reproductive events (e.g., puberty,..

Depression is more common in women. It is associated with both reproductive events (e.g., puberty, the menstrual cycle, pregnancy and the postpartum period) and with socioeconomic disadvantage. How would you go about determining the relative contribution of biology and environment to depression in women?

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