term paper

Term project help... 24 hours a day for students working on a term project! term project examples... Free ONE page excerpts!!

term project help from the pros! Get help on all of your term projects!!
term project help.... 365 days a year!!

term papers

Place an OrderCustom PapersGo to Home PageView Paper ListFrequently Asked Questions

term project

term projects
Yes!!  We DO Have Papers On Your Topic!!

All papers listed below are only $ /page with SAME DAY DELIVERY!!

Bibliography pages are FREE!!!

Papers On History Of Psychology /Psychology Theorists & Theories
Page 1 of 32

Next 15 Items

Martin Luther And Grace vs Client-Centered Therapy
[ send me this paper ]
A 5 page paper that attempts to find the similarities between Martin Luther's concept of grace and Carl Rogers' Client-Centered Therapy. Although at first glance, it may seem like a real stretch to compare these two theories, the writer does just that. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: PGgrace.wps

Human History
[ send me this paper ]
A 5 page paper which defines the views of Rousseau, Condorcet, and Marx in relationship to humans and the development of society. While each of these men appears to address different realities that involve the evolution of mankind, they are all defining some very real issues that involve the inequality of mankind and the growth toward a better future, where social and economical classes are not so painfully obvious and harmful to the majority. Each of the authors illustrates, in their unique way, how mankind is on a certain path and how that path has evolved through time and events. No additional sources cited.
Filename: RAhuman.wps

Emerson’s “Self-Reliance” : Conform and Revolt : Where to Start and Where to Stop
[ send me this paper ]
A 4 page paper using Emerson’s essay “Self Reliance” as a platform to consider the ideas of conformity and revolt in our society. We examine where an individual should begin and end with conforming to society, as well as where to begin and end with revolt. Our society, for the most part, is determined to make people into something many of us cannot be. For those of us who notice things we are unhappy about, it is up to us to change our own lives by making our own unique decisions. Essentially the place to start is with ourselves and being true to ourselves. The place to stop is where we are no longer comfortable or we are doing others harm. No additional sources cited.
Filename: RAemers.wps

'Patch Adams'
[ send me this paper ]
5 pages in length. Hunter 'Patch' Adams saw beyond society's brusque and compassionless approach to medicine in a mighty attempt to change the system. After spending self-imposed time in a mental institution, he came to realize why people were not getting better and were, in fact, oftentimes getting worse. The lack of humanistic care made glaringly apparent by the medical community's unemotional arms-length attitude was precisely what Adams sought to correct, believing that a world without the ability to touch the individual along with healing the disease is no world with which he wanted to associate. Against the odds of the powers that be, Adams continued his endeavor to change the very essence of health care by employing the sociological perspective of symbolic interactionism as a means by which to apply a humane and holistic approach to medicine. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: TLCpatch1.rtf

“A Review of BF Skinner’s Science and Human Behaviour
[ send me this paper ]
” A ten page paper which looks at Skinner’s Science and Human Behaviour (1953) in terms of its historical context, the basic theories underlying operant conditioning, the way in which behaviourism can be applied to the self and to social agencies and how Skinner dealt with such issues as emotions and self-control. Bibliography lists 1 source
Filename: JLskinner1.wps

“About Behaviourism, by BF Skinner”
[ send me this paper ]
A ten page paper which looks at BF Skinner’s 1974 work, About Behaviourism, in terms of his theories regarding the position of behaviourism in relation to science, his correlation of biological evolution with the development of behavioural processes, and his perspective on the structure and function of ethical systems. Bibliography lists 1 source
Filename: JLskinner2.wps

“Affliction” and Adlerian Treatment
[ send me this paper ]
A 4 page paper which examines the movie “Affliction” and discusses psychological therapy using Adlerian theories. Bibliography lists 1 sources.
Filename: RAafflct.rtf

“As Nature Made Him: The Boy Who Was Raised As a Girl”
[ send me this paper ]
A 5 page overview of John Colapinto’s “As Nature Made Him: The Boy Who Was Raised As a Girl.” No additional sources cited.
Filename: RAcolapn.rtf

“Death and Dying” by Elizabeth Kubler-Ross
[ send me this paper ]
A 4 page paper which examines Elizabeth Kubler-Ross’ “Death and Dying.” Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: RAkbler.rtf

“Freud’s The Interpretation of Dreams”
[ send me this paper ]
A paper which looks at Sigmund Freud’s The Interpretation of Dreams, with reference to his theories regarding wish-fulfilment, repression, the mechanisms of internal censorship, the symbology of dreams, and the relationship between the development of the individual from id to super-ego and the way that this development is reflected in the elements of dreams.
Filename: JLdreams.wps

“How Can We Know if Psychoanalytic Claims are True?”
[ send me this paper ]
This 10 page report discusses this question and whether or not psychoanalysis is a valid form of scientific investigation. The overall premises and practices of psychoanalysis are still quite controversial among numerous psychological professionals. Some “experts” claim that psychoanalysis is good science, others that it is bad science, and still others that it is not science at all. Interestingly, those actually in the psychology field who see psychoanalysis as good science may be the rarest group of all. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: BWpsytru.rtf

“Humanistic Psychotherapy”
[ send me this paper ]
A five page paper which looks the way in which new models of psychotherapy have evolved out of earlier theories of Freudian psychoanalysis and behaviourism, and concentrated instead on stressing the importance of a more holistic approach, in terms of the interaction between individuals and society. Bibliography lists 9 sources
Filename: JLhumanistpsych.wps

“Paul Griffiths: What Emotions Really Are”
[ send me this paper ]
A five page paper which looks at Paul Griffiths’ reconstruction of the definition and analysis of emotion, with specific reference to his theory of socially constructed emotions and their relationship to the other types of emotional reaction which he posits. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: JLsocialemotion.wps

“Regeneration”: A Review of the Book by Pat Barker
[ send me this paper ]
A 3 page overview of this based-on-fact expose of the field of psychiatry during World War I. This book tells the story of English officer and poet Siegfried Sassoon and his interactions with psychiatrist Dr. William Rivers at Craiglockhart War Hospital outside Edinburgh. Sassoon has refused to fight and been declared shell shocked. Rivers struggles with the question of whether it is ethical to treat Sassoon and his other patients with the sole goal of sending them back into armed warfare. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: PPregenr.rtf

“The Denial of Death” by Ernest Becker
[ send me this paper ]
This is a 7 page paper discussing Ernest Becker’s text “The Denial of Death”. Ernest Becker’s 1973 text “The Denial of Death” puts forth the premise that man’s preoccupation with his own mortality forces him to repress this possibility and in doing so adopts a belief system in order to be accepted into an “immortality system” for support and for the belief that life exists beyond current perception. For those people who are overly consumed by death and are unable to form a belief or a level of acceptance, they are victim to neurosis or mental illness. Others who accept death and are able to live successfully with the knowledge and acceptance of their eventual outcome can be considered heroic. Because the denial of death is responsible for the formation of cultures, scientific processes should not be used to influence this psychological process because man truly does know little about the ultimate foundations of life. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: TJEBeck1.rtf


Page 1 of 32
1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  more >>

Next 15 Items

 

E-mail Us

We accept VISA  We accept MasterCard  We accept American Express  We accept Discover
All graphics, text, logos, & banners on and linking to TermpapersRUs.Com - Copyright The Paper Store Enterprises, Inc. All research papers sold via TermPapersRUs.Com are the property of the corporation and its contracted writers. Our work is designed only to assist students in the preparation of their own work. Students who use our service are responsible not only for writing their own papers, but also for citing The Paper Store as a source when doing so. Instructions for proper citation of our company are available upon request by writing to
customerinfo@termpapersrus.com.


Sell Papers & Essays From YOUR Web Site and Earn Money!
CLICK HERE TO BECOME OUR AFFILIATE!