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Margaret Mahler's Theories of Attachment : A 12 page
research paper on Margaret Mahler's theories of early childhood
identity development. The writer details the theory, its uses and
its critics. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Mahler.wps

Piaget's Theories of Development : A 12 page research paper
on the theories of Dr. Jean Piaget and his work in perceptual,
cognitive, and intellectual development. Piaget's formulas for
explaining the various stages of development are explained and
illustrative examples are provided. The work of subsequent
researchers who built upon his ideas is studied in an attempt to
evaluate several Piaget-born concepts such as his proposed
model of IQ testing.... Bibliography lists 20+ sources.
Piaget.wps

Piaget : In 5 pages, the writer discusses some of the theories of
Piaget that relate to adolescence. Jean Piaget was a psychologist
that formulated many common theories pertaining to children
and their learning. A great deal of his work dealt with the
adolescent. Those theories have practical value for one's
understanding of adolescence. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Piaget5.wps

Moral Development / Piaget : This 5 page essay is an analysis
of Piaget's ideas about the moral development of children as
expressed in his book, Moral Judgment of the Child. Piaget's
theory breaks moral development into two stages which cross
over his cognitive stages. This essay explains the theory in
terms of the two stages. No bibliography. Piagetmd.wps

Piaget & Vygotsky : This 20 page research paper compares
and contrasts the theories of these two great thinkers. The main
points of each theory is provided with a discussion to compare
and contrast their ideas. The writer suggests that their ideas may
have been more in synch than disparate, after one considers the
theories carefully and also after reviewing specific statements
made by each man. The points on which they definitely did not
agree are cited. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Piagvygo.wps

Moral Development / Kohlberg vs. Piaget : An 8 page
research paper that compares and contrasts the moral
development theories of Kohlberg and Piaget. Specific
emphasis is given to the role of the family in each theory. Two
tables reflect the stages included in each theorist's model.
Bibliography lists 6 sources. Kohlpiag.wps

Personality : A 10 page paper discussing Sigmund Freud’s and
B.F. Skinner’s theories of personality. The issue is addressed as
to how much biology, or heredity, plays a part in the
development of personalities. The theorists defined are of the
opinion that all, or nearly all, of the individual’s personality is
formed and created by outside influences. They believe that the
environment is the shaper of personality, not genetics or
biology. A discussion of each individual theorist is included,
followed by a section analyzing the two theorists and their
beliefs in regards to personality and environment. Bibliography
lists 4 sources. Person8.wps

The Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator and the ESTJ
Personality :
This 5 page paper provides an overview of the
basic components of the ESTJ personality type (extroversion,
sensing, thinking, judging) as outlined through the
Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator assessment. This paper also
provides a practical example of the application of the
assessment in understanding this specific personality type.
Bibliography lists 5 sources. MHmebrig.wps

Origins of Personality Types : A 5 page paper discussing
specific questions of whether personality is learned or is a
condition of birth, as psychologist Carl Jung postulated early in
the century. There are several areas in which behaviorists and
Jungians view personality in similar fashion, but the one
underlying difference between them ensures that they will
remain separate. Whether personality is learned or is innate still
has to be empirically proven, but anecdotal evidence is
weighted in favor of those following Carl Jung's theories.
Bibliography lists 16 sources. KSpersTp.doc

Application Of Sociological Theory : A 4 page report using
social theory to explain the behavior patterns of a young
pre-adolescent girl who prefers male sports and various other
non-traditional activities. Psychoanalytic tools are described and
Social Learning Theory is applied. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Socitheo.wps

Kids Killing Kids : 5 pages in length. The late 1990’s rash of
children opening fire upon their classmates and teachers on
school grounds has triggered a closer look at the makeup of the
juvenile psyche. Experts say the inclination to kill comes from
a combination of inadequate upbringing, overexposure to
violence and the all-too-easy access to guns, as well as an
inherent propensity for abnormal behavior. The writer gives an
overview of the various reasons children act with violence, as
well as ways to deter such behavior. Bibliography lists 5
sources. Kidskill.wps
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