Analysis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

ASSIGNMENT 11 B: ABNORMAL BEHAVIOUR IN CHILDHOOD and ADOLESCENCE Autism spectrum disorder (ASD), refers to many different conditions characterized by challenges with such things as social skills, repetitive behaviors, verbal and nonverbal communication, and unique strengths and differences. There are many different types of autism and it is a lifelong condition that spans all socioeconomic … Read more

Describe and critically evaluate Watson and Rayner’s (1920) study with little Albert.

Introduction Watson and Rayner (1920) investigated classical conditioning, a behaviorist theory of learning. The researchers conditioned fear into little Albert and showed that fear can be learned. This research was ground-breaking as it demonstrated how phobias can be acquired at a young age. Although Albert was psychologically harmed Jones (1924) found fear could be unconditioned … Read more

Personality Types

Whether we realize it or not, we tend to justify someone’s personality based on their birth ranks. This stereotyping of personalities on birth order was first proposed and developed by Alfred Adler on 1964. Some would say that these sterotypes of personalities are purely coincidental, but there are solid psychological reasons why many people fit … Read more

Guilt and perseverance as the motivation in The Kite Runner

The present paper explores guilt and perseverance in The Kite Runner as the motivation for an individual to seek redemption and attain the satisfaction of self-fulfillment. Unfolded through the first person narrative mode , the novel is structured like the memory lane of the protagonist Amir whose sense of remorse and guilt over the sin … Read more

Development and nutritional analysis of Bael fruit and its diverse recipes

The present research reveals the different uses of fresh Bael fruit pulp in various recipes, which is nutritious and healthy for all age groups. The recipes are entirely vegetarian and are prepared considering the medicinal values of the fruit. Bael tree (aegle marmelos), also known as wood apple, has several other names associated with it … Read more

HERZBERG TWO-FACTOR THEORY OF MOTIVATION

In 1959, Frederick Herzberg, a behavioral scientist proposed a two-factor theory or the motivator-hygiene theory. According to Herzberg, there are some job factors that result in satisfaction while there are other job factors that prevent dissatisfaction. According to Herzberg, the opposite of “Satisfaction” is “No satisfaction” and the opposite of “Dissatisfaction” is “No Dissatisfaction”. This … Read more

Inequality Will Developed Forever Unless We Done Something

Relationships are everywhere. There are food chain between animals and animals, animals and plants. For those animals who have developed brain, there will be society relation between them, for example, monkeys. Human, for sure, had established society long times ago. What’s more, humankind realized that there should be equality in society, which could makes society … Read more

Review on the Mike Lazaridis’ work

Mike Lazaridis is an entrepreneur, business executive, philanthropist, he was born 14th March 1961 in Istanbul, Turkey. Mihal Lazaridis is an entrepreneur, business executive, and philanthropist. Lazaridis studied electrical engineering at the University of Waterloo, wherein 1984 he formed Research In Motion or RIM, the wireless technology firm that revolutionized the communications industry with the … Read more

Impact of Performance Appraisal System on Employees Motivation

Background of the Study The research under view is conducted to examine the impact of Performance Appraisal System (PAS) on the overall motivation of the employees at Karachi Port Trust (KPT) organization. Performance appraisal system is among the ancient management practice that is used to evaluate performance of employees in the organizations (Grint, 2007; Tripathi, … Read more

A Conceptual Framework for Scheduling Constraint Management

Introduction Every construction project is unique and has its own operating environment and sets of technical requirements. As a result, the execution of a construction project is subject to numerous constraints that limit the commencement or progression of field operations, which invariably have significant negative impact on overall project performance. By definition, constraints refer to … Read more

The Process of Community Development

Community development is a process where community members come together to take collective action and generate solutions to common problems. Community wellbeing (economic, social, environmental and cultural) often evolves from this type of collective action being taken at a grassroots level. Community development ranges from small initiatives within a small group to large initiatives that … Read more

Pros and cons of playing online games

Firstly, an advantage of playing online games is that it enhances critical thinking skills. Critical thinking refers to the objective analysis of an issue in order to form a judgment. Online gaming reflects this skill by providing multiple choices and options to gamers. This enables them to enhance their critical thinking skills by analyzing the … Read more

Describe and critically evaluate Watson and Rayner’s (1920) study with little Albert.

Introduction Watson and Rayner (1920) investigated classical conditioning, a behaviorist theory of learning. The researchers conditioned fear into little Albert and showed that fear can be learned. This research was ground-breaking as it demonstrated how phobias can be acquired at a young age. Although Albert was psychologically harmed Jones (1924) found fear could be unconditioned … Read more

Evaluation Of Operant Conditioning Theory Of Learning By Burrhus Frederic Skinner

Operant conditioning is one of the theories of learning founded by a famous American psychologist Skinner, but the real founder of the theory is Edward Thorndike. Operant conditioning is a process that attempts to modify behaviour through rewards (reinforcement) or through consequences (punishment). Reinforcement Reinforcement defined as an increase in a good behaviour after the … Read more

What is Occupational Therapy?

What is Occupational Therapy? Occupational therapy interventions are designed to allow the child build on areas of strength and helps them to improve skills in areas of their weakness. Occupational therapy interventions are child-centered and often a session with an Occupational Therapist looks like a fascinating and elaborate play scheme. Occupational therapy uses a holistic … Read more

Guilt and perseverance as the motivation in The Kite Runner

The present paper explores guilt and perseverance in The Kite Runner as the motivation for an individual to seek redemption and attain the satisfaction of self-fulfillment. Unfolded through the first person narrative mode , the novel is structured like the memory lane of the protagonist Amir whose sense of remorse and guilt over the sin … Read more

Different types of play as an important part of young children’s development

Physical development should be seen as being important part of young children’s development especially for the child’s intellectual development. The Welsh government play policy (2002) defines play as children’s behavior which is freely chosen, personally directed and intrinsically motivated. It is performed for no external goal or reward and helps grow their independence. Types of … Read more

Discovering Talent in your child

Your kid’s talents will uncover themselves. Your job is to pay attention. Having the ability to discovering your kid’s talent is often as simple as paying attention to exactly what piques her curiosity and fascination. You do not requirement a PhD in early childhood development or child psychology into discover the natural talents of your … Read more

What Is The Non-Verbal Correspondence?

Non-verbal correspondence is a liberal part in our well-ordered lives and do react on non-verbal signs like development, non-verbal correspondence, eye to eye affiliation and outward appearances. Outward appearance is a fundamental banner in non-verbal correspondence to acknowledge what other individual is passing on the data with glare or a grin. This clarification can benefit … Read more

Benefits of Nature in Well-being

Restoritortion from spending time in nature is no new idea, it has been around arguably as long as urbanization and development. Nature has been the inspiration for art, music and literature. However, considering nature in medical practices has only been studied widely in the last century. Nature’s healing effect and potential for physiological treatment began … Read more