Integral theory suggests that human development and psychological stages of growth should be integrated with a spiritual state of awareness. What are the possible benefits of recognizing “other states of awareness” as a way of healing a person holistically? Does this integral theory align with the Christian worldview? Why or why not? apa format, peer review journal articles only (at least 4), references in apa format, title, 550 words

Integral theory suggests that human development and psychological stages of growth should be integrated with a spiritual state of awareness. What are the possible benefits of recognizing “other states of awareness” as a way of healing a person holistically? Does this integral theory align with the Christian worldview? Why or why not?

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What are other types of “therapies” that can contribute to refreshing the mind, rejuvenating the body, and renewing the spirit? Which of these alternatives do you believe best aligns with a Christian worldview? Why? Which of these alternatives do you believe best aligns with your personal worldview? Why? apa format, peer review journal articles only (at least 3), references in apa format, title, 550 words

What are other types of “therapies” that can contribute to refreshing the mind, rejuvenating the body, and renewing the spirit? Which of these alternatives do you believe best aligns with a Christian worldview? Why? Which of these alternatives do you believe best aligns with your personal worldview? Why?

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Many of his colleagues considered Rollo May the father of American existential psychology. What are the key similarities and differences that you discern between May and the European humanistic perspectives about the individual and connection to others? What makes these significant? apa format, peer review journal articles only (at least 4), references in apa format, title, 550 words

Many of his colleagues considered Rollo May the father of American existential psychology. What are the key similarities and differences that you discern between May and the European humanistic perspectives about the individual and connection to others? What makes these significant? apa format, peer review journal articles only (at least 4), references in apa format, title, 550 words

Irvin Yalom suggests that anxiety is an existential dilemma that can emerge in a person’s daily life and needs concrete decisions from an individual in order to ameliorate it. Do you agree or disagree with Yalom’s position? Why? How does your personal worldview influence your stance? Explain. apa format, peer review journal articles only (at least 4), references in apa format, title, 550 words

Irvin Yalom suggests that anxiety is an existential dilemma that can emerge in a person’s daily life and needs concrete decisions from an individual in order to ameliorate it. Do you agree or disagree with Yalom’s position? Why? How does your personal worldview influence your stance? Explain. apa format, peer review journal articles only (at least 4), references in apa format, title, 550 words

Within the past two decades, positive psychology and humanistic psychology have been at odds over their philosophical foundations and approaches to human well-being. Briefly discuss the historic development of positive psychology and humanistic psychology. Which perspective do you endorse and why? Support your position. Your defense must cite two scholarly articles that makes a case for positive psychology and another that argues for humanistic psychology. apa format, references in apa format, title, 550 words

Within the past two decades, positive psychology and humanistic psychology have been at odds over their philosophical foundations and approaches to human well-being. Briefly discuss the historic development of positive psychology and humanistic psychology. Which perspective do you endorse and why? Support your position. Your defense must cite two scholarly articles that makes a case for positive psychology and another that argues for humanistic psychology.

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Martin Seligman and Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi describe the basic tenets and philosophy of positive psychology. What do you see as the most significant similarities and differences between the perspectivMartin Seligman and Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi describe the basic tenets and philosophy of positive psychology. What do you see as the most significant similarities and differences between the perspectives of positive psychology and humanistic psychology? Why? Which of these perspectives do you believe most closely aligns with a Christian worldview? Support your position\ apa format, peer review journal articles only (at least 4), references in apa format, title, 550 words

 

Martin Seligman and Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi describe the basic tenets and philosophy of positive psychology. What do you see as the most significant similarities and differences between the perspectives of positive psychology and humanistic psychology? Why? Which of these perspectives do you believe most closely aligns with a Christian worldview? Support your position\

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Quantitative research methods in psychology are based on the research methods used in the natural sciences disciplines to produce empirical research. Dr. Amedeo Giorgi, the founder of the descriptive

Quantitative research methods in psychology are based on the research methods used in the natural sciences disciplines to produce empirical research. Dr. Amedeo Giorgi, the founder of the descriptive phenomenological psychology method, asserts that this qualitative method can be used to arrive at empirical results related to understanding human experience. How does Dr. Giorgi’s method compare to quantitative research methodologies? Explain. From your vantage point, does his approach to qualitative research yield empirical evidence in understanding the human condition? Why or why not?

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Consider the results of a personality test shown in the following figure. The test assesses each of the five domains identified in DSM-5: Negative Affectivity: anxiousness, emotional liability, hostil

Consider the results of a personality test shown in the following figure. The test assesses each of the five domains identified in DSM-5:

  • Negative Affectivity: anxiousness, emotional liability, hostility, perseveration; (lack of) restricted affectivity, separation insecurity and submissiveness; with higher scores indicating increasing levels of instability
  • Detachment: anhedonia, depressivity, intimacy avoidance, suspiciousness, and withdrawal; with higher scores indicating increasing detachment
  • Antagonism: attention seeking, callousness, deceitfulness, grandiosity, and manipulativeness; with higher scores indicating increasing levels of antagonism
  • Disinhibition: distractibility, impulsivity, irresponsibility, (lack of) rigid perfectionism and risk taking; with higher scores indicating higher levels of disinhibition
  • Psychoticism: eccentricity, perceptual dysregulation and unusual beliefs and experiences; with higher scores indicating higher levels of psychoticism

Based on the type of scores presented in the graph, you know that the standard deviation of the distribution of scores for any particular domain is equal to _____.

For which domain or domains are the test results within one standard deviation of the mean?

Which score shows the greatest deviation from the mean?

Describe the five personality traits:- extraversion, agreeableness, opennness, conscietiousness and neuroticism. The personality traits exhibit a person’s characteristic patterns in terms of thinking,

Describe the five personality traits:- extraversion, agreeableness, opennness, conscietiousness and neuroticism. The personality traits exhibit a person’s characteristic patterns in terms of thinking, feeling and behaviours.

When we look at people around us we find that everyone is different from the other in terms of how we talk, being a worrier or unable to communicate in public.