By: Dr Pandula Siribaddana
The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) is an authoritative body established under the mandate given by the United Nations General Assembly and plays an important role in uplifting the basic needs and children’s rights in all regions in the world where poverty and...
By: Vicki Perry
People have seen children walking their trick-or-treat routes, carrying a little carton to help those in need. They may have dropped a few coins into the container with the word “UNICEF” wrapped around to hide the advertisements on the side of the milk carton...
By: Mell Chase - 632526
Lawrence Kolhberg specialized in morals and reasoning and known for his theory of stages of moral development. He was a follower of Jean Piaget in cognitive development with moral judgment, but Piaget formed a two-stage theory. Piaget believed that children that had not hit puberty...
By: Srikanth Radhakrishna
Psychoanalysis is defined as "a form of psychotherapy used by qualified psychotherapists to treat patients who have a range of mild to moderate chronic life problems". This psychological theory was founded by Sigmund Freud, an Austrian neurologist. He is regarded as the "father of psychoanalysis"...
By: Mell Chase - 632526
Abraham Maslow was a psychology and was mentored by anthropologist Ruth Benedict and Gestalt psychologist Max Wertheimer. His research was on mental health and how to become a better person by creating a hierarchy of needs, metaneeds, metamotivation, self-actualization and peak experiences. He wanted to...
By: Charles Ray
Humans all have a tendency to look for reasons for events, behaviors, and the like; to attach meaning to behavior; their own as well as that of others. Psychology has a term for this, attribution; and attribution theory deals with “how the social perceiver...
By: Bruce Tyson
A discovery of ancient coins under the Western Wall of Jerusalem shed new light on how the Temple Mount was built. King Herod has largely been credited for leading the construction of the Jewish temple in Jerusalem about two thousand years ago. His temple was...
By: CJ Cotter
What Maslow did that differed so radically from psychologists before him was suggest that there was as much importance in positive mental health as examining the psychopathic natures. He felt that a person's potential could be probed as well as their deficiencies, leading to further...
By: CJ Cotter
In 1957 and 1958, Clark Moustakas and Abraham Maslow, along with a group of their peers, met to discuss a more humanistic approach to psychology. Carl Rogers, who would emerge as one of the association's leaders, said: "An assumption unusual in psychology today is that...
By: Helen Stuart
Psychological conformity was first studied in 1932 by Jenness using a bottle of beans. He asked subjects, individually, to estimate the number of beans that were in the jar, and then he brought all the individual subjects together in one room and asked them again...

 

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