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How can I create my own scientific journal?11Please help!!!2017-11-15 06:35:22
There are many scientific journals these days , but it is very difficult to come to terms with some of its editors . If I wanted to start my own scientific journal ( for psychology and cognitive science ) , what I have to do ? Suppose I have a little more psychiatrists me in peer review team . If you can take care of paying the costs of publication and publisher of the team , what else I can need exactly to get into the scene scientific journal ?
Article in psychology journal by APA?10---------------------------------2017-10-11 11:53:10
I'm having a little trouble to find an article that I find interesting . I have to analyze and write an article to be of a psychological journal published by the APA . The item must be of an experiment that took place at any time between 2006 and 2008 . There are a variety of topics from Dreaming , abnormal psychology , even humanistic psychology and development . Not sure what to choose , but I think I 'm leaning more towards development. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus But the real problem is that I have to get this online article by APA and see that sometimes I have to pay to retrieve it. My friend already has an article and told me I had to pay for it . MedlinePlus Does anyone have any other ideas on how to get a psychology journal that will give me plenty of other " experiment " of articles published by the APA ? MedlinePlus I'm frustrated ! MedlinePlus - Thanks
What is the best journal of Neuroscience and/or Cognitive Psychology to subscribe to?4Nema2017-05-02 00:08:04
Ideally something available in electronic text . What do you think is better and why ?
I got published in international journal but have low gpa- can I get into grad school?1cool guy 2012-10-13 03:26:04
I am co - author of a study to be published in a journal of international psychology . My GPA is about 2.8, although ... I am a good student , just never really cared so major classes of my GPA . Do you think I'll be able to get into a graduate school ? University of Texas , I'm waiting ?
What are the scientific methods used in educational psychology?0Sha\'Queshia2012-11-03 21:38:33
Writing assignment for journal class. What do you think about style and content?3Damia2012-10-24 07:45:03
MedlinePlus Rejection Expert MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I think twenty years of rejections under my belt qualifies me as an expert in failed relationships. No I have a doctorate in psychology, but I'm sure I have more experience in this department than any psychiatrist. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I will attest to the fact that the appeal has little to do with the attraction. The attitude is more important. An air of law goes a long way while a beautiful woman who is sweet, is a walking advertisement for every man who has been rejected for abusing it. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Standing on a busy street corner in New York, one night, had to be more than a score of other females standing around me in the light, and yet more heavy set man in a gray suit and pink shirt face saturated silk drunk on his own vomit zero caught me right in the crowd! MedlinePlus MedlinePlus "You think you're too good for me, right?" His eyes were bloodshot and pupils pin point appeared to anger big blue eyes and I froze with fear. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus "Run," I heard my best friend Kate instruct me to save me. His voice felt like I was given permission to miss, while the natural instincts wanted me to stay and defend. In fact, he tells me, momentarily, remaining there to tell a hostile drunk man twice my size I'm a good person. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus His hand grabbed my red satin skirt while resting in the crowd crossing the street. Kate quickly slapped his hand and he dropped me like a stranger pulled me out of reach. The light turned red again with him trapped on the other side accusing me of being a ***** stretched. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I felt bad for him at some level, but I was not to comfort him. I was young and felt misunderstood. What I take away from the experience combined with some other similar is that when my clashes with the chemistry of every man, there is nothing I can do to fix the situation and walking away is the only solution. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Professionally I have experienced similar behavior. A physicist obviously hated me before we even shared a patient. It was insulting and argumentative, but the icing on the cake was the day he came to where I was sitting and writing my notes. The unit was unusually quiet. The lights were low and it was stormy outside causing light gray strangely windows. He sat next to me and I felt like a mouse caught by a cat. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus "I want to have an intelligent conversation with you," he began. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I was shaking, but I still looked at the little imp was sordid. I said nothing. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus "Is there anything at all in that pretty little head of yours?" Then he asked me. "Do you know anything about anything? I have really wanted to hear him say something smart," continued to provoke me. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I was shaking and I felt ashamed when I looked up to see another physican standing there in front of me. The doctor said: "I can not believe you said that to her." MedlinePlus MedlinePlus His breath gave me a high gumph he had to say: "Yes, I do. Know you're a ... a hole!" MedlinePlus He became humiliated and enraged, rising ran the automatic doors of the unit that caught and pressed his stethoscope to ... doink, doink, doink was heard, then snatch the floor again. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Technically both situations qualify as rejections because both were motivated by my being of the opposite sex. Some opinions may be different. The first was a man explaining that I was not his type because he felt he was a snob *****, contributing to him acting irrationally and the second was his desire to humiliate me for some unknown reason. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus My first real relationship ended because we lived too far and neither was able to move. This was followed by a ten-month relationship with a man who was only twenty years older than me, but I looked young for my age that made him look like my grandfather with his arms around me. I was mature enough to not care what others think until I learned of his pregnant wife who lived in another city where she worked. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I swore it would be wiser and never date a married man again. This is actually much easier said than done. If one were to do a survey in a mixed group, 90% of men were asked if they ever cheated on your partner respond "no way". This means that, unfortunately, I meet another 10% who just can not remember their commitment to the woman who lives with them. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Being a typical woman, I fell on my side of Don Juan. Who could resist a lawyer who is the bathroom and the door waiting for him not to go? I accepted his invitation to walk and still enjoyed kissing this handsome stranger with strong male hands. Was his turn to use the men's room, but instead of walking back into the bar, he peed on my right front tire in front of me! My dreams of becoming his wife sprayed in a stream in the parking yellow tar. He insisted that I was his dream girl. I got into the car and left. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I professed my love for men that are meant for me, and I found those who were obsessed. I cried when abandoned by men who told me I was ugly, but I never thought of accepting a second date and those who had the nerve to call me, I played with saying "you deserve someone who is already perfect! I refuse to let that settle with me. " MedlinePlus I think men and women alike have to drive when the attraction comes into play. Of course, I'm not a dating expert, but if you ever need advice on rejection, I'm an expert!
How can I find an article from the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology ?4tren52017-05-02 00:08:10
I desperately need this article for research
How to summarise article (journal), and write a good essay?3HelpPlease Olivia2017-05-02 00:07:42
please help I started an MSc in addiction. counseling and psychology . I have to summarize an article about a research program on the process of changing attitudes and their applications to counseling ( m heesacker c mejia - millan ) . I have no idea on how to summarize this article please help . I need some basic steps . Also please Could there be some steps to write a good essay in this academic level . thanks xx
Do we have any scientific evidence that OCD is not fake? What other disorders have obsessions?0cami2012-10-26 06:37:04
I learned that, by definition, is a disorder: MedlinePlus MedlinePlus 1. MedlinePlus has to be abnormal 2. It has to be a misfit in clinically MedlinePlus 3. Must be chronic MedlinePlus MedlinePlus This sounds kind of arbitrary to me, and instead of "disorders" are labels that are only useful if we know of successful interventions. Am I correct? Do we have any evidence that there is actually something called OCD, rather than a hypothetical construct that is useful? How to recognize the symptoms can not be another disease, rather than something called OCD? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I wonder why some people accuse me of having OCD. In the books of diagnosis, says OCD must be intrusive or unwanted thoughts / behaviors and the patient has to realize that it is wrong. If I do it because stimulation, rather than anxiety, how is that OCD? I note that the people, and they still insist that I have OCD. They say forget the definition of book and get an idea of ​​mine, that makes no sense, because their OCD accusations sound more "original". Galileo said that the earth revolves around the sun, and found that in a "book" by Copernicus, not the truth is more important than a book or not? If OCD is a disease itself is not verifiable, then it really is psychology? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus An example of where I come from, Einstein and Newton obsessed with science. I'm often the same way. When I was a child, I would focus on one area of ​​science for about four to eight months, and had little interest in anything else, and would not talk about anything else. Moreover, the vocabulary used in normal conversation was often the same from the area of ​​science that happened to be interested at the time. Now that I'm in my twenties, I am very good at hiding and can make the sound of my vocabulary and language normal people. However, I still dive into what interests me, often for months, and it shows through occasionally. I often hear the same songs over and over again, since "mental stimulation". Often, I'm driving to the same place again and again for mental stimulation, no anxiety (and people accuse me of TOC). I do not understand how that is OCD? I do not feel like there's something wrong with my intelligence, because I took an "official" IQ test before and scored 131. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I was not as social as a child well, basically my parents said they did not start talking until he was four. They took me to a doctor and the doctor said there was nothing wrong with me, cognitive or hearing, and that seemed to have the desire to speak. People say I'm a loner. Now I'm in my twenties and I've never been in one at a time. The people insist that I do not want to socialize, while from my point of view I do not know how to socialize and feel people intentionally not allow me to socialize with them (although they will strongly disagree if they learn that from me). Can not you understand? In recent years I've done actually pretty good people skills to regulate surface in structured situations, but beyond that I'm really lacking in social skills / relating to others (perhaps this is part of the reason why people do not 'believe me when I say that I try to socialize but it does not work, no matter how hard I try). As you can imagine, some of these people say I have OCD about myself having ordinary social skills, and I must say that only socialize instead of being extremely analytical about it. I do not understand how this is OCD? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus It seems that some people want to accuse everyone who disagrees with OCD to have for the sake of it? What do others think? Not that I think I have a disorder, but what are other disorders that may seem obsessive compulsive?
Is behaviourist, cognitive and humanistic psychology scientific? If so why and if not why?0Laura Hieb2012-10-24 16:53:21
Please can you help me answer this, thank you very much !
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The scientific study of behavior and mental processes describes?0Rashaad2012-10-25 20:12:30
1. The scientific study of behavior and mental processes described MedlinePlus A) behaviorism. MedlinePlus B) psychoanalysis. MedlinePlus C) psychology. MedlinePlus D) sociology and psychology. MedlinePlus 2. Cody ACT score suggests it will do well in a particular university. Which goal of psychology is this? MedlinePlus A) prediction MedlinePlus B) Control from MedlinePlus C) Explanation MedlinePlus D) description MedlinePlus 3. Psychologists often help judges and juries decide whether a criminal in prison will commit another crime if released. Which goal of psychology is this example represents? MedlinePlus A) explain MedlinePlus B) describe MedlinePlus C) predict MedlinePlus D) Control from MedlinePlus 4. The goal of the clinical psychologist in the application of the principles of prediction and control of behavior of a customer is MedlinePlus A) deciding on treatment. MedlinePlus B) help clients reach their goals in treatment. MedlinePlus C) allow the client to a narrow range of options for their behavior. MedlinePlus D) using a database to formulate a treatment for the customer. MedlinePlus 5. Dr. Grote is interested in evaluating the reaction times of conduction of the elderly lead to improvement classes. He is doing what research? MedlinePlus A ) pure B) applied MedlinePlus C) clinical MedlinePlus D) Experimental MedlinePlus 6. Dr. Wang has just prescribe antidepressants for patients. It must be a MedlinePlus A) clinical psychologist. MedlinePlus B) psychotherapist. MedlinePlus C) school psychologist. MedlinePlus D) psychiatrist. MedlinePlus 7. School psychologists are employed by school districts MedlinePlus A) Prepare the accomplishments and aptitude tests. MedlinePlus B) identify and help students who have problems that interfere with learning. MedlinePlus C) To assess the development of children in the school system. MedlinePlus D) curriculum development for teachers to deliver. MedlinePlus 8. A theory that divides human behavior into two basic traits, introversion and extroversion, was formulated by a psychologist probably __________. MedlinePlus A ) development B) personality MedlinePlus C) behavior MedlinePlus D) clinical MedlinePlus 9. Which of the following psychologists are more likely to conduct pure research? MedlinePlus A) Experimental MedlinePlus B) organizational MedlinePlus C) consumers MedlinePlus D) Human Factors MedlinePlus 10. As much as he tried to lose weight, Pauline could not reach their weight loss goal of 15%. Consequently, he made an appointment to consult with Dr. Richman, a psychologist __________. MedlinePlus A) clinical MedlinePlus B) Advice MedlinePlus C) Human Factors MedlinePlus D) Health MedlinePlus 11. The early roots of psychology goes back to the MedlinePlus A) the Greek philosophers. MedlinePlus B) The Roman generals. MedlinePlus C) German scientists. MedlinePlus D) American physicians. MedlinePlus 12. True to the theory of structuralism, ________ documented their experiences during a serious illness thought lead to his death. MedlinePlus A) Sigmund Freud MedlinePlus B) William James MedlinePlus C) Wilhelm Wundt MedlinePlus D) Erik Erikson MedlinePlus 13. What distinguished contribution Wilhelm Wundt other contributions to psychology? MedlinePlus A) He wrote the first textbook of psychology. MedlinePlus B) defines psychology as the science of behavior. MedlinePlus C) The established psychology as a science laboratory. MedlinePlus D) He studied perception in lower animals. MedlinePlus 14. John B. __________ Watson established as a school of psychology. MedlinePlus A) behaviorism MedlinePlus B) MedlinePlus functionalism C) structuralism MedlinePlus D) psychoanalysis MedlinePlus 15. John Watson proposed a definition of psychology that ignores everything except MedlinePlus A) The mental processes. MedlinePlus B) observable behavior. MedlinePlus C) consciousness. MedlinePlus D) the feelings and thoughts. MedlinePlus 16. B. F. Skinner made important contributions to MedlinePlus A) structuralism. MedlinePlus B) functionalism. MedlinePlus C) behaviorism. MedlinePlus D) Gestalt psychology. MedlinePlus 17. "Wholes are more than the sum of its parts" was the opinion of which of the following schools of psychology? MedlinePlus A) Behaviorism MedlinePlus B) Functionalism MedlinePlus C) Structuralism MedlinePlus D) Gestalt MedlinePlus 18. The school of psychology that puts unconscious impulses and desires at the center of human behavior is MedlinePlus A) psychoanalysis. MedlinePlus B) existentialist humanism. MedlinePlus C) functionalism. MedlinePlus D) Gestalt psychology. MedlinePlus 19. The humanistic-existential perspective __________ and __________ joins as central tenets of this approach. MedlinePlus A) brain, behavior MedlinePlus B) personal fulfillment; MedlinePlus choice C) mental processes, consciousness MedlinePlus D) culture, values ​​MedlinePlus 20. __________ Psychologists say that learning is essential to describe, predict, control and explain the behavior. MedlinePlus A) Neoanalytic MedlinePlus B) Behavior MedlinePlus C) Development of MedlinePlus D) Biological MedlinePlus 21. Which of the following is not likely that sociocultural psychologists concern? MedlinePlus A) alcohol abuse among ethnic minority groups B) Racial prejudice MedlinePlus C) MedlinePlus gender roles D) color perception MedlinePlus 22. Membership of a (a) ________ are united by their cultural heritage, race, language and common history. MedlinePlus A ) cultural group B) ethnicity MedlinePlus C) MedlinePlus racial group D) Nationality MedlinePlus 23. As a student of psychology, students would likely take which of the following? MedlinePlus A Advanced statistics MedlinePlus B Linguistics MedlinePlus C Abnormal Psychology MedlinePlus D Psychotherapy MedlinePlus 24. As a psychology student, Peter probably take which of the following? MedlinePlus A Advanced statistics MedlinePlus B Linguistics MedlinePlus C Cognitive Psychology MedlinePlus D Psychotherapy

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