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“Music, Substance Use, and Aggression.” Article Analysis

“Music, Substance Use, and Aggression.” Article Analysis

The article being analyzed is titled “Music, Substance Use, and Aggression.” The article is written by a group of scientists led by Meng-Jinn Chen. The research team also includes the scientists as follows: Brenda A. Miller, Joel W. Grube, and Elizabeth D. Waiters. Each of the scholars holds a Ph.D. degree and is an employee […]

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The Review of Article Role Identity Salience, Purpose and Meaning in Life, and Well-Being among Volunteers

The Review of Article Role Identity Salience, Purpose and Meaning in Life, and Well-Being among Volunteers

This essay reviews an article by Peggy Thoits, “Role Identity Salience, Purpose and Meaning in Life, and Well-Being among Volunteers” that was published in Social Psychology Quarterly, volume 45 and issue 4 (pages 360-387) in 2012. In the article, Thoits looks at the variation within volunteers who view their role as important to them (defined […]

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An Integrative Typology of Personality Assessment for Aggression Article Review

An Integrative Typology of Personality Assessment for Aggression

Mark N. Bing, Susan M. Stewart, H. Kristl Davison, Philip D. Green, Michael D. McIntyre and Lawrence R. James conducted a study entitled An Integrative Typology of Personality Assessment for Aggression: Implications for Predicting Counterproductive Workplace Behavior. They developed a new integrative approach on the basis of self-reports and conditional reasoning with a view of […]

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Critical Analysis of Research Papers in Gerontology

Critical Analysis of Research Papers in Gerontology

Scholars refer to the study of gerontology as the study of the social, biological and psychological aspects of aging. Aging is feared by most adults, since they come to understanding the approaching of the dusk of their lives. Recently there has been an increasing interest in gerontology as it encompasses the aspects that are paramount […]

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Interventions that Apply Scripture in Psychotherapy Article Review

Interventions that Apply Scripture in Psychotherapy

Abstract The current essay is a journal article review of the publication presented by Fernando L. Garzon, “Interventions that Apply Scripture in Psychotherapy”. Basically, the text dwells upon challenges faced by Christian therapists with regards to their religious clients. Particularly, one of the main questions discussed is dedicated to the topic of Bible introduction into […]

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Weapons of Mass Destruction Article Analysis

Weapons of Mass Destruction

One of the main modern tasks of researchers and public authorities in a field of the civil defense is the protection of the population against weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and other contemporary means of an enemy attack. Fortunately, modern multipolar world does not imply open military confrontation between the two superpowers and the military-political […]

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Self-Forgiveness: the Stepchild of Forgiveness Research Article Review

Self-Forgiveness: the Stepchild of Forgiveness Research

Summary The concept of interpersonal forgiveness has been drawing much attention in the society in the recent decades. Since 1985, the interest in the studies related to that topic has significantly increased and continues growing with a miraculous speed. Thus, burgeoning literature has showed not much interest in it. Thereafter, the objective of the following […]

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Parallel Process in Supervision Article Critique

Parallel Process in Supervision

Introduction Parallel process, which entails replicating therapeutic relationship in a supervisory relationship, is a common practice among supervisors. In literature, parallel process has received substantial attention, especially with regard to its value as a vibrant and effective intervention.  This paper is a critical appraisal of an article by Morrissey Jean and Tribe Rachel titled Parallel […]

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Political Attitudes Are Predicted By Physiological Traits Article Review

Political Attitudes Are Predicted By Physiological Traits

Summary of Research The article titled “Political Attitudes Are Predicted By Physiological Traits” is co-authored by different writers, some of who includes Douglas Oxley. The paper asks and links a very fundamental question on whether the America’s red-blue separate based on the voter’s physiology (Oxley et al, 2008). Though political perceptions have been perceived to […]

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