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Creative Concepts in Psychology Book Review

Sat, 10 Sep 2011 04:59:54 PDT

Creative Concepts in Psychology An Activity and Case-Based Psychology Approach, written by Andrea Goldstein.

Psychology does not need to be overwhelming or scary. For many students the idea of studying psychology can be a little…nerve-wrecking. The functions of the brain, psychological theory, and core concepts of study can seem like a vast undertaking. the book proves that this material is manageable, fascinating, and totally engaging for students.

Creative Concepts in Psychology: An Activity and Case-based Approach looks at the study of psychology in a different way than more traditional Psychology text. Rather than place the bulk of the emphasis on concepts with only a few end-of-chapter activities, Creative Concepts in Psychology balances theory with application in a meaningful way. Every chapter provides the core pedagogy, but also devotes substantial time and energy to case studies and student activities. By merging these concepts so seamlessly, the ability to both learn and apply is mastered in every chapter.

A successful psychology text not only teaches students, but also empowers them to use those concepts beyond the classroom. Creative Concepts in Psychology: An Activity and Case-based Approach strives to reach past basic understanding to full synthesis by giving students both a thorough understanding of ideas and the chance to see those ideas played out in scenarios that resemble the sorts of things a student may encounter in his or her own life. With titles like “Why am I so Tired?,” “Wild Days,” and “Exhaustion Hurts” the case studies in this text are going to have an impact because they reflect the daily struggles many students encounter

What Is Abnormal Psychology?

Wed, 22 Jun 2011 13:28:38 PDT

Abnormal psychology is the branch of psychology that studies unusual patterns of behavior, emotion and thought, which may or may not be understood as precipitating a mental disorder. Some occupations like counselors, clinical psychologists and psychotherapists work exactly in this field.

Before we know about what the meaning of abnormal psychology is, we should to know what is the meaning of “abnormal”? Abnormal is not normal, not typical usual or regular or conforming to a norm. But now we are not talking about the norms of a particular group, gender or age. The people are called as an abnormal is they who do something that out of the other people’s behavior.

Normal and abnormal is definitely different. Normal and abnormal is not always having similar connotation as good or bad. Sometimes like someone who is genius, we can call them as the people who has abnormal thing. In this case, this abnormal is mean something’s good. If that abnormal behavior is making someone feel annoyed or it would disturb the other people, it is also called as abnormal psychology and it maybe need some health mental interventions.

Some psychologists or psychiatrists may focus on a single perspective, but many mental health professionals may use or focus to multiple perspectives in order to getting a better treatment for the client. There are some approaches that are used by the mental health professionals. First, that is behavioral approach. It just focuses on the client behavior not the main causes. Second, that is medical approach. It focuses on the mental or the biological illness of the client. It might include genetic inheritance, related physical disorders, infections and chemical imbalances. Third, cognitive approach, it is focus on the client’s internal thought, perception, and reasoning contributes.

How are the abnormal psychologies disorders categorized and defined? The American Psychiatric Association published The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders and mental health professionals used it for a variety of purposes. For the question, what are the categories of psychology disorder? Categories of psychological disorders include: Adjustment Disorders, Mood Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Developmental Disorders, and Cognitive Disorders.

As we know from the information before, the abnormal psychology is not always a bad thing, sometimes it would be a good one. But, if someone have an abnormal behavior which strange and it indicated as something that make someone feel annoyed, so it can be called as the abnormal behavior that need some treatments from the health mental professional.


Wed, 08 Jun 2011 02:04:30 PDT

On this section i will share you about Abnormal Psychology Books, there's a lot book discuss about abnormal psychology, but i only share good/best book i know....Bleeding to Ease the Pain: Cutting, Self-Injury, and the Adolescent Search for Self {Abnormal Psychology Series}"Plante features the stories of self-injurers and helps the reader understand the meaning of the injuries, and how to help teens stop" Lori G. PlanteAbnormal Psychology {Edition 14}"introduces a striking new design, new topics, fresh insights, streamlined writing, and a sharper focus on research in psychopathology have emerged" James N. Butcher Fundamentals of Abnormal Psychology {Edition 6}"Expanded multicultural coverage including new sociocultural landscape boxes, Expanded coverage of key disorders and topics such as Borderline Personality Disorder, Conduct Disorder, ADHD, Pervasive Developmental Disorders like Asperger s DisorderExpanded coverage of prevention and of the promotion of mental health" Ronald J. ComerAbnormal Psychology: An Integrated Approach {Edition 6}"Show you how psychological disorders are rooted in multiple factors: biological, psychological, cultural, social, familial, and even political. You can test your understanding of topics with the text's built-in concept checks and chapter quizzes. Then, watch the book's integrated case studies come to life with Abnormal Psychology CourseMate, which provides real case profiles to give you a realistic context for the scientific findings of the book." David H. Barlow, V. Mark DurandPsychology online | Personality Flash Tests [...]

aBnoRmAl PSYCHOLOGY Short Description - Mental Disorder

Sun, 05 Jun 2011 01:23:32 PDT

Abnormal psychology or mental disorder is examine about psychological disorder which can be determined by they appearance (symptoms), why they ensue (etiology), how to take care of, and what consequence they have on people’s lives.

Psychological disorder usually ensue infrequently, has unusual act, characterized by misery, and tend to be precarious. It relevance with sets of actions or manner (symptoms) that generate a functional which can be consequence in debasement in people’s lives.

Psychopatology spins around two main points of paradigms for illuminating pschycological disorder, the psychological paradigm and the biological paradigm. The theories which concentrate about humanistic are include on psychological paradigm, meanwhile cognitive and behavioral are reasons and consequences of psychopathology. Whereas, assumptions which reveal more on physical factors, such as genetics and neurochemistry are embrace on the biological paradigm. For instance, hunter-gatherer societies, animists who supposed that people representing unusual act are possessed by wicked spirits.

This thought has been linked with trepanation, which means the rehearsal of cutting a hole into the individual's skull in turn to emit the wicked spirits. Those are several justification by societies about Phsycological disorder.

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Thu, 27 Jan 2011 04:37:49 PST


The New Psychology of Love - Interesting Title isn't it ? This book presents the full range of psychological theories on lovebiological, taxonomical, implicit, cultural with the latest research of love and friendship, offer a comprehensive and engaging comparison of contemporary data and theories on Psychology of love.

The book Focusing not on a single point of view but on the entire range of current theories.

PERFECTIONISM TEST - Perfectionism in Psychology

Thu, 20 Jan 2011 10:49:31 PST

Perfectionism Test - Perfectionism in Psychology, find out your obsessive personality types. in Psychology Perfectionism is a belief that perfection can and should be attained. In its pathological form, perfectionism is a belief that work or output that is anything less than perfect is unacceptable. At such levels, this is considered an unhealthy belief, and psychologists typically refer to such individuals as maladaptive perfectionists.

Perfectionism can drive people to accomplishments and provide the motivation to persevere in the face of discouragement and obstacles its an extreme of Conscientiousness and can provoke increasing Neuroticism as the perfectionist's expectations are not met.


You Can tested it, are you perfectionism or not on Discoveryhealth : Perfectionism Test Abridge just answer 15 Questions and done!. Good Luck


Thu, 30 Dec 2010 18:00:53 PST

Psychology Ebook A Graphic Guide to Your Mind And Behavior by Nigel Benson, on this book, you will learn about what is psychology and other psych history,  explore psychology study and on the other words, its "an Introduction Knowledge about psychology" explaining what the subject has been in the past and what it is now

The sections within psychology are described, including Introspection, Bio psychology, Psychoanalysis, Behaviorism, Comparative Animal Psychology, Cognitive Approaches , Social Psychology

Dialectical Behavior Therapy DBT Simple Description

Tue, 23 Nov 2010 02:06:36 PST

Dialectical behavior therapy DBT is a system of therapy originally developed to treat persons with borderline personality disorder by Marsha M. Linehan, a psychology researcher at the University of Washington.

DBT combines standard cognitive-behavioral techniques for emotion regulation and reality-testing with concepts of distress tolerance, acceptance, and mindful awareness largely derived from Buddhist meditative practice.

Dialectical behavior therapy is the first therapy that has been experimentally demonstrated to be effective for treating BPD. it also effective in treating patients who present varied symptoms and behaviors associated with spectrum mood disorders, including self-injury. Recent work suggests its effectiveness with sexual abuse survivors and chemical dependency.

Dialectical behavior therapy involves:

  • An individual component in which the therapist and patient discuss issues that come up during the week, recorded on diary cards, and follow a treatment target hierarchy. Self-injurious and suicidal behaviors take first priority, followed by therapy interfering behaviors. Then there are quality of life issues and finally working towards improving one's life generally. During the individual therapy, the therapist and patient work towards improving skill use. Often, a skills group is discussed and obstacles to acting skillfully are addressed.

  • The group, which ordinarily meets once weekly for two to two-and-a-half hours, learns to use specific skills that are broken down into four modules: core mindfulness skills, interpersonal effectiveness skills, emotion regulation skills, and distress tolerance skills.

Neither component is used by itself; the individual component is considered necessary to keep suicidal urges or uncontrolled emotional issues from disrupting group sessions, while the group sessions teach the skills unique to DBT, and also provide practice with regulating emotions and behavior in a social context.

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Approach Women In Public Place (NEW!) - Easy Tips

Sun, 21 Nov 2010 17:48:21 PST

Approach Women in Public Places, recently i reading articles on i looking for a new psychology Theories, but i found this "Approach woman in Public Places" on Psychology Category, it remind me about Articles " How To Be Irresistible To Women" on the ebook you'll find a new way how to get women easily or how to Approach women in everywhere in different way, of course it relate with psychology concept and personality and Personal Attitude "Game".

Social psychologists explain human behavior as the result of social interactions coupled with our state of mind. This means how well you do in your social interactions in public places is influenced by the form of interactions you had with other people in the past. After all that interaction has made you who you are. And it is only right to think that you have picked up the right information and cues that teaches you how to interact with different group of people.

Here the list
  • Factors that govern the outcome of making a move on women in public places.
  • Personal attitudes.
  • Persuasive talent.
  • Adapting social cognitive methods to leave the right impression on the person.
  • Methods on how to approach women in public places like parks.
  • Go out and mingle with the crowed.
  • Observe the women and learn their outdoor behavior.
  • Show your warm smile.
  • Strike a conversation.
  • Evaluate her feedback.
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Sat, 20 Nov 2010 23:47:04 PST

Nine Personality Types at work, so what types are you? Perfectionist, The Helper or The Visionary Types? i will write down list 9 Personality Types, this just information only, Generally, we all fall into one specific type. While it might see pieces of ourselves in other types, there is one type that overwhelming describes each one of us. Each type is neither good nor bad it's all about your style of relating.PERFECTIONISTGet things exactly right, idealistic, critical and judgmental. Make decisions with the thought that there is only one correct way to do it. Upright and high energy, have a tendency to nit-pick and micro-manage, but ultimately blame your self than others. have a clear vision of the way things should be.People with Perfectionist type motivated by the need to live the "right way", always improve their self and others and avoid anger.THE HELPERThe Helper sweet, sensitive, helpful and sometimes humble, road to power and influence involves making yourself indispensable to others. You are relationship-oriented. Although you can be manipulative, also inspirational and bring out the best in others.People with The Helper type is motivated by the need to be loved and appreciated, expressing positive feelings in others, and avoid the impression of "need". PURSUER ACHIEVERAchiever Enthusiastic, efficient, high-performing and competitive, you are a can-do person who wants to be known for getting the job done. can be seen as a charismatic leader. You're a good team player and motivator, and very proud of your accomplishments. You know exactly how the world works and you know what to do about it.People with Achiever motivated by the need to become a productive, successful, and avoid failure.THE CONNOISSEURLove the beautiful, the true, the obscure and the unusual. romantic, creative, a bit melancholy, and can sometimes be elitist. often make decisions based on feeling. Some people see you as snooty, acerbic and critical, but you prefer to describe yourself as a patron of the arts and the finer things in life, elegant and tasteful.People with the connoisseur types are motivated by the need to understand the feelings of ourselves and understand others, find meaning in life, and avoid self-image of mediocrity. OBSERVERSLike to be slightly removed from the rest, so you can watch the world from a safe distance while collecting facts, theories and information. You are independent and self-sufficient, and are sometimes considered distant. You can be brilliant, intense and committed.People of observers type are motivated by the need to know everything and the universe, had enough with myself and keep my distance, and avoid looking foolish or has no answer.WORRIERYou spend more time worrying about what could go wrong rather than dreaming about what is going right. you're paranoid. You're better on the defensive team than the offensive team. You're faithful, intuitive and committed, but you also tend to fret.Motivated by the need to obtain approval, feel cared for, and avoid the impression the rebels.ADVENTUREREngaging, energetic and upbeat, you can be optimistic to a fault.You see things in terms of the best possible outcome. Sometimes you get so caught up in how things could be that you're unaware of how things are, and people can view you as irresponsible and narcissistic because of that. You prefer to be called an idealist.motivated by the need to feel happy and plan fun things, contribute to the world, and to avoid suffering and sorrow.FIGHTERPower and control are your main goals, and you have the energy and cunning to achieve them. You never run from a fight or confrontation in fact, sometimes you seek them out. Nothing can keep you down for long, and you're capable of building an empire, but you are surprisingly protectivePeople with type of fighters are motivated by the need to be[...]

Bachelor Degree in Psychology

Fri, 19 Nov 2010 01:02:20 PST

Bachelor Degree in Psychology The Articles provide you with some information about potential employment opportunities after completing your psychology degree, but also to make some suggestions about how to handle occupational decisions and successfully land that first job.

The undergraduate major in psychology is a liberal arts degree, not a professional degree. It doesn't make you a psychologist or a professional counselor. These occupations require specific training at the graduate level and are regulated by state law. If such occupations interest you, be prepared to continue your education in graduate school.

While some occupations in psychology require graduate training, there are many interesting and rewarding career opportunities available to individuals with a bachelor's degree in psychology. Your selection of an appropriate occupation, however, requires some self-analysis and research. Ultimately, successful employment depends on your efforts to

► Make informed decisions about your career
► Learn about prospective occupations
► Acquire appropriate knowledge, skills, characteristics for such occupations
► Learn how to conduct a well-planned job search.

Makeup your mind About Your Career
Successful career planning requires careful and objective self-assessment, a realistic understanding of your aptitudes and skills, an awareness of responsibilities associated with potential employment settings, careful selection of experiences designed to develop marketable skills and knowledge, and an action plan for conducting a successful job search. Good luck


Mon, 15 Nov 2010 02:46:06 PST

COVER LETTER DEFINITION COVER LETTER EXAMPLES DOWNLOAD - Resume, CV and Samples is a letter which is sent with a proposal to provide some additional information and highlighting your interest in the job. Your should write a resume cover letter which shows your unique background fitting the needs of the company and compels the recruiter to call your for an interview. Make your cover letter aligning with your job profile and the needs of the job.A cover letter is a brief letter that introduces your resume to the company or organization to which you are applying. Your cover letter should emphasize why you want to work for that particular organization and why you would be a good fit. An effective cover letter engages the reader and encourages him or her to invite you for an interview.COVER LETTER FORMAT Cover letters are generally one page at most in length, divided into a header, introduction, body, and closing.HeaderCover letters use standard business letter style, with the sender's address and other information, the recipient's contact information, and the date sent after either the sender's or the recipient's address. Following that is an optional reference section (e.g. "RE: Internship Opportunity at Global Corporation") and an optional transmission note (e.g. "Via Email to"). The final part of the header is a salutation (e.g., "Dear Hiring Managers").IntroductionThe introduction briefly states the specific position desired, and should be designed to catch the employer's immediate interest.BodyThe body highlights or amplifies on material in the resume or job application, and explains why the job seeker is interested in the job and would be of value to the employer. and also, matters discussed typically include skills, qualifications, and past experience. If there are any special things to note such as availability date, they may be included as well.ClosingA closing sums up the letter and indicates the next step the applicant expects to take. It may indicate that the applicant intends to contact the employer, although many favor the more indirect approach of simply saying that the applicant will look forward to hearing from or speaking with the employer.After the closing is a valediction "Sincerely", and then a signature line.Download cover letter example include CV (CURRICULUM VITAE) and resume, sample .doc format my private collection (see document below) frameborder="0" height="560" src="" width="100%"> Download CV/Resume and Cover letterPsychology online | Personality Flash Tests [...]

Pre-Employment Testing - Drug Test, Genetic, honesty Test

Sun, 14 Nov 2010 19:13:01 PST

Pre-employment testing has become a widely accepted practice. Such testing is regulated by both federal and state employment laws. These laws strictly limit the type of testing that may be conducted, as well as when testing is allowed, how pre-employment testing may be conducted, and whether job offers can be rescinded based upon test results.The test may only be used if it is “job-related and consistent with business necessity.” If there is no disparate impact on any particular protected group, a test generally may be used regardless of validity or job-relatedness. The burden of proof necessary to demonstrate that a particular test predicts successful job performance varies by jurisdiction. No matter what standard is followed, however, employers will be required to demonstrate that they meet the applicable standard using validated, relevant studies and evidence. Validation studies must be conducted in a professionally acceptable manner, preferably by a professional who is familiar with the EEOC’s Uniform Guidelines and other applicable legal principles.ADA recognizes that employers may need to conduct physical examinations to determine whether an applicant can perform certain jobs safely and effectively. Accordingly, an employer may condition a job offer on the satisfactory result of a post-offer physical examination. An employer may not refuse to hire a person who has been extended a conditional offer of employment based upon the results of a medical examination unless the reason is job-related and justified by business necessity, however. Moreover, all prospective employees must undergo the same examination, regardless of disability, except that the employer may limit examinations to appropriate categories of employees based on legitimate business reasons.Pre-Employment Testing - Drug TestsMany employers require job applicants to successfully pass pre-employment drug tests as a condition of hire. Private employers generally have wide latitude to conduct pre-employment drug testing, although a few states require that job applicants be extended a conditional offer of employment before being asked to submit to such a test.ADA prohibits pre-employment medical examinations before a conditional offer of employment has been extended. A test to determine whether an applicant is illegally using drugs is specifically exempted from the definition of what constitutes a medical examination, however. In contrast, pre-employment alcohol testing is considered a medical examination, and thus can be conducted only after an employer has extended the applicant a conditional offer of employment.Drug tests also implicate employee privacy interests. Indeed, many of the California cases construing the right to privacy in the workplace have involved drug testing. Accordingly, it is imperative that the intrusiveness of any testing procedure be minimized. Finally, employers must be careful to implement the same testing program for all applicants or applicants in a particular category, in order to avoid any implication of discrimination.Pre-Employment Testing - Medical ExaminationsADA recognizes that employers may need to conduct physical examinations to determine whether an applicant can perform certain jobs safely and effectively. Accordingly, an employer may condition a job offer on the satisfactory result of a post-offer physical examination. An employer may not refuse to hire a person who has been extended a conditional offer of employment based upon the results of a medical examination unless the reason is job-related and justified by business necessity, however. Moreover, all prospective employees must undergo the same examination, regardless of disability, except that the employer may limit examinations to app[...]

Physichal Therapy Salary For Manager - Salary Research

Fri, 12 Nov 2010 17:24:51 PST

Physical Therapy Salary for Manager, Sometimes after you success with job interview, you are hard put to propose a reasonable salary. If you ask too much, you may be pricing yourself out of the competition while if you ask too low (i've been there before), you may not be doing justice to yourself.

In order to get the salary search results, all you need to do is to type in the position title in Payscale website, for example, Physical Therapy or occupational therapist salary or Nurse, if more specific will get good result. In case you are at a loss to describe the position you need, you can always choose from a list of typical position titles that are displayed on the page.

so result below from, this good tools for you who looking for "Standard Salary". So compare it, research it and Choose wisely. Good Luck

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Learning Time Management - For "Working Mother"

Thu, 11 Nov 2010 17:43:34 PST

Learning Time Management - For "Working Mother" Best Practice. Every mother is faced with many challenge like working, raising kids, and addressing an endless list of domestic here is the idea to manage your time more effective.What you need is make daily schedule that will allow you to balance your unique set of priorities and responsibilities. Many people have precisely the same idea of what constitutes perfect time management. The final determinant is simply whether your relationship with time is a happy one that enables you to meet your professional obligations, enjoy the company of those you love.Standard plan for managing your time :FORWARD PLANNINGPlanning is the fundamental building block of time management. Remember that the plan you create must be a plan you can implement. That means being accurate about the day-to-day realities of your work and other responsibilities; allowing for the usual interruptions, delays and crises.PRIORITYDecide on the activities most important to you and which you can live without. These can be tough choices, but not making them deprives you of the time you need to really enjoy your life. Once you've set your priorities, do not add a new activity unless you decide against carrying out one. If you put in extra hours on the job regularly, or bring home unfinished paperwork, you may need to discuss your workload with your boss or explore other career options.MONITORINGAll major projects require their own schedule, timeline, or timetable identifying the milestones on the way to completion. If you have set realistic target dates, your progress should match your plan. If unforeseen developments place you behind your projected dates, you can either alert your boss or client and set a revised completion date or take steps to hasten your progress and make up the lost time.DELEGATE ITYou may undertaking tasks that can be handled by others. Start with the routine, time-consuming jobs you know someone else can do. Recognize that teaching someone else the ropes will take a bit of time, and allow for a reasonable learning curve. The benefits to you however, in terms of increased time and decreased stress, will more than repay your efforts.LEARN TO SAY NOAlmost everyone ends up working late or bringing work home once in a while. However, if you find yourself doing it more and more often, it may be time for you to start saying no, not only to others but also to yourself. Regular long working hours upsets the balance between work and leisure that is essential to your health and well-being.GROUPING Group tasks according to the skills required. In order to maximize your time, try to do the jobs requiring maximum concentration and peak efficiency when your attention and energy levels are highest. Likewise, try to schedule your routine, low-level tasks for times of the day when you find it hard to concentrate. The trick is to pinpoint your hours of peak performance and schedule your work accordingly.BE ADAPTABLEAlways find, adapt, and apply efficient new techniques to the responsibilities you carry out. This will save you time and also cut down on your overall workload. In the process, you will project an image of efficiency and control. In fact, the longer you have been doing a job, the more it is to your credit to devise and explore improved techniques and streamlined procedures.LEISURE ACTIVITYLearning time management plans encompass the whole of your life, rather than just your working hours. Don't leave it to chance that you'll spend a leisurely weekend with your kids, go on a date with your spouse or pursue a personal interest. Allocate time for family, friends, exercise, special interests, or special projects in[...]

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Pre Employment Testing - Understanding the Rules of Tests

Wed, 10 Nov 2010 17:49:01 PST

Pre Employment Testing Understanding The Rules of Test Most job applicants don't understand the methodology of personality tests. There are no 'right' answers and its key to be honest in your answers!. The test is designed to evaluate how your personality traits meet the requirements of the job. If you try and give the answers you think the employer wants you'll cause problems for yourself for two main reasons.

(image) The tests contain validity scales that are able to detect attempts to fake answers. This will be considered dishonest by the prospective employer. Secondly you are misleading your employer and yourself about your suitability for the job and the chances are you will not be happy or successful in the position. You can't change the results of the tests by preparing for them in advance and you should not attempt to give the 'correct' answer.

To prepare for the skills test, practice doing whatever you'll be doing on the job - typing, drawing up a spreadsheet, editing. A number of skills tests are available online, you can search for and use the appropriate tests for practice. Good Luck

Pre Employment Testing #2 Personality Test Rules

Mon, 08 Nov 2010 20:57:03 PST

Pre Employment Testing - Personality Test Rules after one week holiday on my other blog, now i'm back with more specific module about Employment testing but on this articles i will focus on "Personality Test", this test little bit Abstract but... lets compare it! ok here we go go go :D. Pardon me if many "bad sentences" on my articles.

Why you have to take a personality test before you working in company? the simple answers are the company wanna know "WHO YOU ARE" and "what kind person are you?" are you fit with this position? how stable your emotion? how honest are you? what skills do you have? they Want to know everything about you, so they don't want to fail in selecting candidate "

Personality Test on Pre Employment Testing is to measure your personal characteristics, your emotional makeup and your fit the Job to the Man and to fit the Man to the Job - Ergonomic Law" on the other words Personality Test is to determine your aptitude for a certain type of occupation or career. Good Luck!

Employment Testing Samples - Easy to Understand Part 1

Sun, 24 Oct 2010 20:30:51 PDT

Employment Testing Samples - Easy to Understand : First this document just for basic knowledge only, i know you don't really know what you will be face (that's the reason why you types words Employment test samples :)), so i decide to create simple articles about Employment test, so at least you have a little illustration about the test and how to respond it! :) ok check it just small steps to pass the tests ♪ ♪ ♪KNOW ITEmployment testing is the practice of administering written, oral or other tests as a means of determining the suitability or desirability of a job applicant. The premise is that if scores on a test correlate with job performance, then it is economically useful for the employer to select employees based on scores from that test.i won't explain much, but you can go with source instead. Type Test :Personality tests ► ► Know The Pattern, in my country, almost all Employment testing use this test :Wartegg Test,Intelligence Test ► ► Addition Multiplication Subtraction, Division Numerial Judgement, Arithmetic Reasoning Series, Neccessary Arithmetic Operations.Intelligence to correlate very highly with job performance. Other factors being equal, supporters claim that a more intelligent person is able to perform a given job more efficiently. This is especially true in cognitive loaded professions, although observed correlations are low due to range restriction. Those opposed to the use of these tests note that there are substantial cultural effects on scores, and that many prominent psychologists do not agree that there is a single measure of intelligence.Do you have any experience in such skills ► ► used in situations where applicants must already possess a body of learned information prior to being hired. Job knowledge tests are particularly useful in situations where applicants are required to have specialized knowledge or technical know-how that can only be acquired through extended periods of either experience or training. Examples of such fields is financial management. Licensing exams and certification programs are also types of job knowledge tests. Passing such exams indicates competence in the field's subject or area. A major consideration of job knowledge tests is validity. Tests must be representative of the tested field, otherwise complaints in the form of litigation can be brought against the test-giver.Improvisation ► ► The tests are commonly used as employee selection and screening tools and have been developed to predict employment success. These tests present hypothetical yet realistic scenarios in a multiple choice format, and applicants are asked to indicate what they would do in handling a difficult job-related situation effectively. Responses are scored in accordance to the level of effectiveness, rather than right or wrong. Good Luck!Psychology online | Personality Flash Tests [...]

SOCIAL BEHAVIOR Short Description

Sat, 23 Oct 2010 02:50:53 PDT

Social Behavior
(image) Social behavior is behavior directed towards society, or taking place between, members of the same species. Behavior such as predation which involves members of different species is not social.

While many social behaviors are communication (provoke a response, change in behavior, without acting directly on the receiver) communication between members of different species is not social behavior. The umbrella term behavioral sciences is used to refer to sciences that study behavior in general.

Behavior in sociology means an animal-like activity devoid of social meaning or social context, in contrast to "Social behavior" which has both. In a sociological hierarchy, social behavior is followed by social actions, which is directed at other people and is designed to induce a response. Further along this ascending scale are social interaction and social relation. In conclusion, social behavior is a process of communicating. 

Characteristics of Personality Disorder (Narcissistic)

Wed, 20 Oct 2010 23:56:21 PDT

Narcissistic Personality Disorder
Those who suffer from Personality Disorder (Narcissistic) engage in social conflict and dysfunctional behavior as a normal part of daily living. Some in the psychiatric community theorize that the development of Personality Disorder (Narcissistic), at least in part, is a result of being exposed to excessive praise or extreme criticism during our adolescent years.

You may know people who suffer from Personality Disorder (Narcissistic) and not even know it. Even a friend that you have known for years might be an enigma to you. Their ever shifting moods, odd behavioral patterns, their criticism of you, or constant pessimism can be hard to understand.

Traits of A Narcissistic Personality Disorder :
  • lie if it serves their best interest to do so.
  • incapable of feeling sorry for someone.
  • are extremely critical.
  • can lash out in anger if you criticize them.
  • jealous of anyone who has more wealth or beauty.
  • can and will commit crimes without remorse.
  • suffer from deluded thinking.
  • be phony and manipulative.
  • constantly need attention and are vein.
  • passive aggressive.
  • be emotionally withdrawn.
  • a sense of entitlement.
  • feel superior to others.
  • Will take advantage of you anyway they can.
  • arrogant. 

    Personality Disorder Treatment (Histrionic)

    Mon, 18 Oct 2010 22:40:24 PDT

    Personality Disorder Treatment According to the diagnostic manual, someone has Histrionic Personality Disorder if : They have a pattern of seeking attention and displaying their emotions excessively. The pattern is expressed by having at least five of the following maladaptive traits:Feeling uncomfortable when in situations in which s/he is not the center of attention.Acting in a sexually seductive or provocative way that is inappropriate to the situationDemonstrating emotions which appear to others to be rapidly shifting, shallow, and superficial. Using one’s physical appearance to draw attention to oneself. Talking in an excessively impressionistic way that lacks specific detail. Having a tendency to be overly dramatic and theatrical when expressing oneself or telling a story. Being overly suggestible and easily influenced by others opinions. Viewing relationships as more intimate than they really are.People with this disorder tend to be enthusiastic, outgoing, and flirtatious, but nonetheless often alienate others because they always need to dominate the spotlight and be the center of attention. They make efforts to win everyone over with charming repartee, a confiding manner, elaborate storytelling, subtle or not so subtle seductiveness, and special attention to clothing, makeup and grooming.Treatment With all Personality Disorders, the first step to successful treatment is the recognition that there is a problem with how personality affects one’s life and the lives of others. For most people, increased awareness doesn't lead to a radical personality change but rather a smoothing of the rough edges and a modulation of the most troubling behaviors.Therapy is often helpful, and necessary, in identifying a personality problem either to make changes or to learn skills to improve functioning. Medication has demonstrated effectiveness in treating secondary diagnosis of depression or anxiety that can be present with a diagnosis of a personality disorder. Good LuckPsychology online | Personality Flash Tests [...]

    Psychotherapy Anxiety Disorder ( Easy Theraphy)

    Sat, 16 Oct 2010 23:41:22 PDT

    Psychotherapy Anxiety Disorder Anxiety, fear, panic, anxiety is a common psychological symptoms and can be felt by every individual. Anxiety reaction is usually common among adults, but children can also face anxiety, such as temporarily abandoned by their parents, first day of school or when they want to take an exam.In the case of the elderly, anxiety reactions often occur when they face the pressure (stress) with the difficulties that can be faced and the difficulties that can not be faced, such as work pressure, pressure at school, the pressure on the issue of romance as well as pressure on health issues. Articles from Accurate Heal Center the articles in Indonesian Language, then i translated to English, pardon me if any bad sentences and wrong grammar.Anxiety reactions that are too excessive and continuous in the time period long enough to turn into a disorder, which anxiety disorder. The nature of anxiety disorders can produce physical and psychological response.Anxiety disorder is a serious mental illness characterized by feelings of great anxiety and excessive, such as feelings of excessive fear, heart pounding harder, rapid breathing, sweating, breathing short, easy to feel dizzy and feeling uneasy.People who experience anxiety disorders experience these reactions often and more severe, causing them stress and cause them not to do their job everyday. They became very cautious, because it is so afraid of danger, as a result they are difficult to relax and also difficult to feel calm in many situations.Some types of anxiety disorders are:PhobiasRejection based on criteria such as fear of objects or situations encountered that actually is not dangerous and people recognize that fear has no basis, such as the source of animals, heights, enclosed places, blood.AgoraphobiaA group-centered fear of public places, fear of shopping, fear of crowds and many are asking for help.Social PhobiaSocial anxiety is not rational because of someone else. For example: fear of speaking in public, fear of eating in public places, fear of using public lavatories, rarely ask for help, occur in adolescence, because that time awareness and social interaction with others is important in life.Panic DisorderThe signs of sudden shortness of breath, loud heartbeat, chest pain, choking feeling, dizziness, sweating, trembling, fear of the very will of terror, fear there will be punishment, there is a feeling outside the body, feel the world is not real, fear of losing control, the fear of being crazy and feared dead.Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)This disorder involves excessive worry, often unrealistic, although there are no things that provoke fear. The signs are chronic anxiety continuously covering the situation live, somatic complaints, such as sweat, heart beating hard, dry mouth, cold hands and feet, muscle tension and difficult to concentrate.Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)People who have OCD usually have a constant thought disorder and specific fears of something excessively so encouraged her to perform certain rituals or routines. For example, people who are excessively afraid of germs often think that there are lots of germs around, so every time he touched something, he should immediately wash their hands or use hand sanitizer.Anxiety Disorders Post-Traumatic (PTSD)People with PTSD disorder usually have experienced trauma or event that is horrible as sexual abuse or physical, unexpected death of a loved one, or natural disaster. People with PTSD often have thought[...]

    Personality Test Prepare (my Ideas)

    Mon, 04 Oct 2010 05:46:29 PDT

    Personality Testing Preparation
    This is just my idea, before you attend the employee selection test . The idea was quite successful (test by me) because 88% of games are quite similar to the module psychotest in employee selection.Well... on the sidelines waiting for testing, why not to try first tests on your mobile phone, its not bad for your test improvisation

    I recommend the following games to test your psychology improvisation :
    The Brain Challenge Game to give your brain a massive boost. Improve your cerebral agility by working.
    On brain challenge you will learn and play similar psychology test module such :
    • Memory Test : [Hocus Focus] Sometimes the test seem so easy but, be careful, you have to focus to get good result. The test shows you a route and asks you to recreate it. On Personality test ► memory test is to test how strong your memory.
    • Logic Test : The games will test your logic test. Logic test challenges you to figure out patterns. Example [click picture 02]
    • Math Test : The test its not familiar, study case just basic mathematics, such Addition, Multiplication, subtraction and division, on the game like calculate the route and much more.its only arithmetic problems. Easy right?! :D Example if your starting position is 60 and the calculation is +40, you should next move to the box that says 100
    • Visual Test : The test is to process information and complete a related task as fast as possible on work.
    • Creativity test : on this section you will play with "color maze". the goal is improve your creativity. on psychology test ►Test your Goal Orientation
    Personality test/Psychology testing is "a piece of cake" if you understand about Psychology rule/Pattern. if you want that game just download it or play online personality test. Never give up! always searching many information about test and compare each test and you will find a great answer. Just test it! Good luck!

    Test Your Psychological Test - Psychology Games

    Fri, 01 Oct 2010 04:15:09 PDT

    In This Test you will be asked several Questions, think carefully before ansering :D. When the tests is done, you will find out what it all means,

    The Questions :
    • You are walking in the woods, but you are not alone. Who are you walking with?
    • You Walk alone and come across the animal. What type of animal is it?
    • What type of action take place between you and the animal?
    • You Enter a clearing and before you is your dream house, describe its size.
    • Is your house surrounded by fence (If so, not just for decoration purpose)
    • You enter your house and dining room, Name an object you see on or around the table.
    • You exit the house through the backdoor, lying in the grass is cup, what it is made of?
    • What do you do with the cup?
    • You walk to the edge of property, what there is a body of water. Describe its size.
    • How wet do you become crossing the water?
    ..............and The Test Finish..  ►► You might also like other Personality test


    Categories of Psychological Tests - Know the Test Concepts

    Wed, 29 Sep 2010 20:02:57 PDT

    Categories of Psychological TestsIQ [achievement tests]IQ tests are measures of intelligence, while achievement tests are measures of the use and level of development of use of the ability. IQ/cognitive tests and achievement tests are common norm-referenced tests. In these types of tests, a series of tasks is presented to the person being evaluated, and the person's responses are graded according to carefully prescribed guidelines. After the test is completed, the results can be compiled and compared to the responses of a norm group, usually comprised of people at the same age or grade level as the person being evaluated.IQ tests which contain a series of tasks typically divide the tasks into verbal (relying on the use of language) and performance, or non-verbal (relying on eye-hand types of tasks, or use of symbols or objects). Exp: of verbal IQ test tasks are vocabulary and information such answering general knowledge questions and Non-verbal examples are timed completion of puzzles (object assembly), making designs out of coloured blocks.Neuropsychological testThese tests consist of specifically designed tasks used to measure a psychological function known to be linked to a particular brain structure or pathway. They are typically used to assess impairment after an injury or illness known to affect neurocognitive functioning, or when used in research, to contrast neuropsychological abilities across experimental groups.Personality testMeasures of personality are often described as either objective tests or projective tests. Some projective tests are used less often today because they are more time consuming to administer.Objective Test : Have a restricted response format, such as allowing for true or false answers or rating using an ordinal scale. Prominent examples of objective personality tests include the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory, Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory-III, Child Behavior Checklist, and the Beck Depression Inventory. Objective personality tests can be designed for use in business for potential employees and Five Factor Model of normal personality test.Projective Test : allow for a freer type of response. An example of this would be the Rorschach test, in which a person states what each of ten ink blots might be. The terms "objective test" and "projective test" have recently come under criticism in the Journal of Personality Assessment. The more descriptive "rating scale or self-report measures" and "free response measures" are suggested, rather than the terms "objective tests" and "projective tests," respectively. As improved sampling and statistical methods developed, much controversy regarding the utility and validity of projective testing has occurred. The use of clinical judgement rather than norms and statistics to evaluate people's characteristics has convinced many that projetives are deficient and unreliable [the results are too dissimilar each time a test is given to the same person].Sexological testing The number of tests specifically meant for the field of sexology is quite limited. The field of sexology provides different psychological evaluation devices in order to examine the various aspects of the discomfort, problem or dysfunction, regardless of whether they are individual or relational ones.Although most psychological tests are "rating scale" or "free response" measures, psychological assessment may also involve the observ[...]