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There are generally three types of usability evaluation methods: testing, inspection, and inquiry. Information on performing these usability evaluations.
Self Tests to determine if you have an internet addiction problem.
Presents the similarities and differences between psychologists and psychiatrists. The differences in undergraduate college education, graduate professional training and licensing requirements, experiential training, types of services provided, and treatment philosophy are described.
In this paper, we identify four foundational components of children's moral development (social orientation, self-control, compliance, self-esteem) and four central aspects of moral functioning (empathy, conscience, moral reasoning, altruism). The parenting roots of each of these eight psychological characteristics are examined, and five core parenting processes (induction, nurturance, demandingness, modeling, democratic family process) that are related empirically to the development of these eight child characteristics are identified and discussed. Finally, we consider the implications of our analysis for teaching parents to positively influence their children's moral development.
In this paper, we discuss the need to define and measure indicators of positive child well-being. We argue that it is essential to develop valid and reliable indicators of positive attitudes, beliefs and outcomes so that positive development does not continue to be construed as merely the absence of negative behaviors and outcomes.
We have already become a nation of step-relating individuals. However, most graduate schools of psychiatry, psychology, and social work provide no specific training in dealing with these particular dynamics of stepfamilies. Often, the methods and information appropriate to the nuclear family can be destructive . . . if applied to the highly specific dynamics of the stepfamily system.
A collection of news stories from various media collected by InteliHealth.
A collection of news stories compiled from a large number of news sources. An APA product.
Recent news articles on mental health and neurology.
The Psychophysics Toolbox is a free set of MATLAB functions for doing visual psychophysics on Macintosh and Windows computers.
Many students with disabilities and those at risk for educational failure exhibit problems with remembering materials covered in school. Suggestions for helping these students improve memory for school content are described in this article. In particular, mnemonic instruction is described and examples are provided of how it can be used to increase school learning and memory of students with learning difficulties.
This is a complete online workbook that introduces the use of computer simulations in applied social research designs.