List and describe Jung’s four cognitive styles. How does the Z problem solving model capitalize on the strengths of the four preferences? Jung’s four cognitive styles that are built into the Z problem solving model are sensing, intuiting, thinking and feeling. Sensing individuals gather information through their five senses and focus on what activity exists. They are the realists of the group and desire all the details.
Week 5 Forum Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Date The amygdala and hippocampus are the main parts of the brain whose responsibility is the regulation of memory. The amygdala is divided into two, the right and left hemispheres. The right hemisphere is responsible for negative emotions like fear and sadness while the left hemisphere induces both the pleasant and unpleasant emotions when stimulated. These hemispheres have independent memory systems but they work together to encode, store and interpret information. The hippocampus on the other side is responsible for the production of corticosteroids (chemicals that produce physiological responses to stimuli).
Carl Rogers states ‘ The organism has one basic tendency and striving- to actualize, maintain and enhance the experiencing organism’ (Rogers, 1951, p487). But for a person to be able to grow and self- actualise they need to be in an environment that provides them with congruence, unconditional positive regard and empathy. The Psychodynamic Theory works with feelings that are in the unconscious mind, the subconscious and it is about going back into the clients past and understanding the causes of their beliefs, ways they then behave, thoughts and feelings. People throughout their lives may build up shields to mask these painful feelings, but they still will affect the way the person is as they are often hard to face. These shields are demonstrated in behaviour.
Biological psychology is based on the psychological and neurological factors of what the brain is containing. Figuring out a certain brain reason for its behaviors either it me normal or mentally challenged, also known as a chemical imbalance in the brain for a person not to function correctly like a normal brain would. The studies that play in to this is behavioral, genetics and much more. 2. What is the historical development of biological psychology?
For example, one psychologist may use descriptive psychopathology to which will strive to provide answers for symptoms or mental illness. Either way, psychopathology is formally used to study mental illness or the distresses which may be affecting an individual. The issues of the abnormal psychology will assist in the study by the way we would use it in the attempt to capture interest, trigger concerns, and demands our attention. It also brings us to form and ask certain questions pertaining to any study. Psychopathology is not the same as psychopathy, which has to do with antisocial
In addition, the author will expand on the personal theoretical perspective of how she feels her knowledge will contribute to her psychological society. Influence of Diversity To completely understand human nature is to understand the psychological discipline, which evolved from the roots of philosophy. The complexity of this needed more than one specific perspective that later on led to various divisions of development within the discipline. There are 54 subdivisions in the psychological approach that are recognized through the America Psychological Association (APA) today (Cherry, 2012). Some subdivisions include other branches of perspectives of an individual’s behavior; such as environmental psychology, developmental psychology, educational psychology, psychodynamic, and cognitive behavior influence the perceptions of human behavior.
Dr. Kohn is a psychoanalyst, Dr. Edwards is a humanistic therapist, Dr. Peterson is a cognitive behavioral therapist, and Dr. James is a Gestalt therapist. Each of them would likely have a different ____ for a client's abnormality. a.|time of onset| b.|explanation| c.|diagnosis| d.|prognosis| ANS: B REF: The Concerns of Abnormal Psychology OBJ: 1 MSC: Applied 5. A psychologist says, “Juan's abnormal behavior is likely due to a combination of biology and inadequate interpersonal skills.” The psychologist is ____. a.|predicting the future symptoms of Juan| b.|giving Juan a psychodiagnosis| c.|offering an explanation for Juan's problem| d.|describing how to control Juan's symptoms| ANS: C REF: The Concerns of Abnormal Psychology
When referring to modalities we are actually talking about our primary senses such as sight, hearing, feeling, smell and taste and are often classed as secondary senses. During hypnosis we are working with the subconscious mind so, in order to achieve a successful outcome, we need to assist the client into the most beneficial state possible. When we communicate with others there are several techniques that can be used to alter the language we use to suit the needs of the client, body language, tone, and volume and far more important than the words used. Words only make up 7% of our communication, tone and volume 38% and body language 55%, so it is very important to choose carefully the wording used in hypnotic scripts when trying to bring about change in the client. (Chrysalis notes) In
Introduction In this assignment I will be explaining and the five principal psychological perspectives. I will also choose two psychological perspectives and compare them. There are many different ways of thinking about human behaviour. Psychologists utilise a variety of perspectives when studying how people think, feel and behave. Some researches focus on one particular type of perspective, while others take a more eclectic approach that incorporates multiple points of view.
Observation and Inference David R. Ayala Everest University Online Observation and Inference In order to be effective in our decision making and to effectively communicate we should be aware of fact and inference. Even though the human brain is one of the most intricate thinking machines on this planet we are still vulnerable in that we can risk misperceptions and misunderstandings if we don’t distinguish our inferences from fact. It’s our five humanistic senses that help us distinguish between fact and inference because, fact is based on observation, and inference is based on interpretations of our observations, and the reason to distinguish between the two is because it is necessary for engaging in competent interpersonal communication. It’s our five basic human senses that help us distinguish between fact and inference. Seeing, hearing, smelling, touching, and tasting are the five senses we can use to help us take in information to describe our observations of the world around us.