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PSY 310 Week 4 Individual Assignment Gestalt Psychology Reflection ..

A Personal Reflection Paper of Teaching & Learning;

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According to a current approach to new media, if the old media could have been used in an individual way creating a personal relationship man/machine, the new ones by translating information into action encourage their collective use and reduce the subjective identity. This paper analyses Finholt's, Johansen's, and Turoff's viewpoints, according to which we can no longer proceed developing technologies with our eyes closed to their effects on our psychological habits. Indeed, new media reflect back on their activities producing voices that render events and processes symbolic so that they become knowable according to their one‐sided way of thinking.

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In this paper studies on pay systems and particularly pay for performance systems are reviewed. It is shown that existing research is dominated by cross‐sectional studies analyzing pay for performance outcomes allowing no causal inferences. Few studies are analyzing mediating mechanisms to explain how pay systems work or the conditions under which pay systems work to explain the inconsistent findings. Perspectives for analyzing the effects of differential pay systems are discussed, focusing on the mediating role of organizational justice and psychological contract fulfillment, as well as on the moderating role of work design, leadership and implementation strategies.

 

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Although compensation is regarded as the most costly human resource intervention, pay systems have not been in the focus of research of European work and organizational psychology. This symposium integrates different European research, which analyzed basic conditions, such as work design, and underlying mechanisms, such as perceptions of organizational justice and psychological contract breach, of pay and reward systems effects on employee attitudes, behaviour and well‐being as well as on company outcomes in different businesses settings. Conclusions are drawn for pay system design and implementation as part of strategic HR management.


There is increasing evidence that human behaviour has been producing unprecedented environmental problems. Several studies have related time perspective orientations to environmental issues. Research has found, for example, that future orientation is related to environmental attitudes and ecological behaviours. In this paper, I first present a brief overview of time perspective research, and then present a review of the use of the time perspective measures, such as the Zimbardo Time Perspective Inventory (ZTPI), in environmental issues research. I illustrate this with data from my ongoing programme of research as well as from other published data. Implications for research on time perspective and environmental psychology are discussed and presented.


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The benign and serene picture of mother and child adorns the covers of most developmental psychology texts. This paper argues that this positioning of mother and child is consistent with broader ideologies that implicitly entrench gendered inequalities by locating women within the confines of their childbearing capacity. A focus group of young black parents was conducted to elucidate their lived experiences and perceptions of the bearer of guilt for parenting ‘gone wrong’ in the parenting roles and expectations parents. We examine if these African discourses are consistent with the findings that see motherhood as deliberately constructed to implicate woman child development to the exclusion of fathers.

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The benign and serene picture of mother and child adorns the covers of most developmental psychology texts. This paper argues that this positioning of mother and child is consistent with broader ideologies that implicitly entrench gendered inequalities by locating women within the confines of their childbearing capacity. A focus group of young black parents was conducted to elucidate their lived experiences and perceptions of the bearer of guilt for parenting ‘gone wrong’ in the parenting roles and expectations parents. We examine if these African discourses are consistent with the findings that see motherhood as deliberately constructed to implicate woman child development to the exclusion of fathers.

Management of fear: From Buddhist psychological perspective

Approximately 50% of couples report a moderate to severe decline in relationship satisfaction across the transition to parenthood, which is associated with increased couple conflict, individual psychological distress, and negative parent‐child relationships outcomes. is a flexible delivery We report on two randomized controlled trials of ‘Couple CARE for Parents’ (CCP) with n = 71 pregnant couples, and n = 256 couples. CCP prevented a decline in female relationship satisfaction, reduced parenting stress and observed couple communication negativity relative to the control. Couple relationship education for new parents is an important opportunity to enhance family relationships.