Seutter, R. and Rovers, M. (2004). Emotionally Absent Fathers: Furthering the Understanding of Homosexuality. Journal of Psychology and Theology. Rosemead School of Psychology, Biola University. Period of Data Gathering | Research Method (s) | Research Sites(s) | Research Participants/Data Source | Research Objectives | Results per Objective | General Remarks of Reviewer | (unspecified) | Structured questionnaire were sent to the whole population of 455 Roman Catholic Seminarians | Canada | 154 seminarians across all regions in Canada | * Explore the levels of emotional closeness and/or distance with their fathers and mothers, measured in terms of intimacy and intimidation, achieved by male Catholic Seminarians in Canada | * Significant difference were found on intimacy with father scale between seminarians who identified their sexual orientation as homosexual and heterosexual * No significant differences were found on the intimacy with mother scale * No significant difference were found on both intimidation scale | “Weak Father” theory – parental psychopathology was the cause of homosexuality (Bieber et.al, 1962); distant or hostile fatherHomosexuality may be the result of disturbances in the preoedipal phase and therefore a reflection of developmental arrest (Socarides, 1978, 1990)Nicolosi (1991) concluded that there is support for the concept that the primary dynamic behind male homosexual desire is the failure of the father-son relationship, stating that homosexuals are more likely than heterosexual to have had distant, hostile, or rejecting childhood relationship with fathers or father figures.
Gary and Tony Have a Baby Reaction Paper Gary and Tony Have a Baby is a documentary aired by CNN about a homosexual couple that set out to start a family of their own. This story invokes strong emotion for any political viewpoint. The documentary follows Gary Spino and Tony Brown on their endeavors to have a baby through a surrogate mother. Both men share experiences in the highlights and difficulty as they complete the entire surrogate process. The CNN special features Gary and Tony as they find an egg donor and surrogate mother as well as during the pregnancy and legal struggle.
Jesse was the youngest chosen to participate in this clinical trial by a group of University of Pennsylvania researchers. The trial was being pursued with the hopes of developing a treatment for infants born with the same disease as Jesse. On September 13, 1999, Jesse received the highest dose of the adenoviral vector containing a corrected gene to test the procedure. Four days later after receiving the vector, Jesse’s body suffered a major immune response leading to multiple system failure and brain death. A federal investigation into his death was led by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to determine what went wrong.
Annotated Bibliography Schachman, R. A. (2010). Online fathering: The experience of first-time fatherhood in combat- deployed troops, Nursing Research, 59(1), 11-17. In this research article the author examined feelings and coping mechanism of combat- deployed troops who became first time fathers while being away from their wives during delivery of their child. Goodman 2005, states that “for many new fathers the birth evoked strong emotions and a feeling of connection with the newborn” (Schachman, 2005, p. 12).
Mrs. Whitehead would be paid $10,000 and all medical expenses. Baby M was born on March 27, 1986. Due to the hospitals ignorance about the surrogate parenting contract, Mr. Whiteheads name and Sara Elizabeth Whitehead was put as the parent o the birth certificate of Baby M. With the intervention of the Florida Child Welfare authorities, Mr. Stern took custody over/of the baby after 4months. Mrs. Whitehead was willing to share the custody of the baby while Mr stern wasn’t willing 2. Classical contract law as defined by judges in the common law is based on the concept of a bargain or exchange between two free and equal individuals.
Assignment 2: Research Proposal Kristi Ord Professor Danny Meadows ENG 215 Research and Writing January 19, 2014 The topic I choose for my research paper is “Should changes be made to regulations for mental health drugs for minors?” One reason I chose this topic is personal. My ex-husband tried to get on of our boys diagnosed with ADHD and the other with Autism. He was raised to think that if a child is medicated they are easier to deal with. He felt that if they were on medication and zoned out that he did not have to watch them. I feel that there are too many parents this day that feel that way.
When he was 20 he was selected to go to China for 6 months for an international Christian conference and he says that his new experiences so broadened his thinking that he began to doubt some of his basic religious views. He graduated and got married to his childhood sweetheart against his parents’ wishes. He decided not to follow a career in religious work and switched to a clinical psychology programme and received his Ph.D in 1931. While completing his doctoral work, he engaged in child study and he first started working as a psychologist in New York with the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. At this clinic he learned about Otto Rank’s theory and therapy techniques which started him on the road to developing his client centred approach.
The experiment was funded by a government grant from the U.s Office of Naval Research to study antisocial behaviour. The volunteers were recruited by the team placing newspaper ads, offering $15 per day to male college students to take part in a study on the psychology of imprisonment. From these ads more than 75 people responded, but 24 students chosen to take on randomly assigned roles of prisoners and guards – 12 prisoners (9 plus 3 alternates), 12 guards (9 plus 3 alternates). The chosen students were chosen, as they had no prior record of criminal arrests, medical conditions, or psychological disorders. They were told and were expected to play their roles for 2 weeks, to observe the effect of prison life, through cameras around the ‘prison’.
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Evidence-Based Practice Matrix of Ten Pieces of Primary Research on One Topic Related to Nursing Authors Resource/ Database Faresj, Scandinav T., ian Arvids Journal of son, Infectious L., Diseases . Bober g, P., Hagert WGU , B., Library Gursk y, E. A., & Timpk a, T. William s, S. Elizabet h; Rothma n, Russell L.; Offit, Paul A.; Schaffn er, Academic Pediatrics CINAHL Complete Year of Publication Research Type Population/ Sample Size 2012 qualitative 90% of 430 swedish medical and nursing students during the H1N1 pandemic descriptive 2013 Quantitative Experimental (randomized control study) 369 tennessee parents of 2 week olds infants were surveyed at 2 different pediatric clinics and 122 parents were eligible to