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I am a writer, audiobook author, and publisher. Also, I am a psychology practitioner-scholar at Walden University. As a writer and audiobook author, my goal is to use the principles of psychology to save lives. With that goal for motivation, I completed my first work, "Disrupt the Process of Drug Addiction," available on Audible and published by FB. Norfleet Publishing. Visit www.fbnorfleetpublishing.com and https://www.fbnorfleetpublishing.com/open-for-discussion-online-journal
According to Elsevier, "peer review has been a formal part of scientific communication since the first scientific journals appeared more than 300 years ago" (Elsevier, 2015). The peer-review process substantiates the elements and legitimacy of scientific research articles and journals. The peer-review process works this way; Step 1, a scientist, co...
The National Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors (NAADAC) states, 'I shall refrain from using any methods that could be considered coercive such as threats, negative labeling, and attempts to provoke shame or humiliation' (Perkinson, 2016, p. 816). It is my final analysis that negative labeling has no place in the addiction assessment...
Article one description; The BDMA (brain disease model of addiction) postulates that addiction is a brain disease caused and made worse by substance use and abuse. The substances taken by the individual damages brain activity and systems involved in reward and pleasure-seeking. According to Volkow, MD, ‘the evidence supports that BDMA “helped deliv...
A description of two examples from the scenario, 'Starting the Process' (2012b), that demonstrates how a female professional addiction counselor followed and did not follow, the APA and NAADC ethical codes and principles. For more information visit https://fbnorfleetpublishing.com/open-for-discussion-online-journal
According to Perkinson, 'In time, the addict's brain adapts to the point that he or she cannot get high and cannot get sober. This is when addicts feel hopeless, helpless, and powerless, and their lives are unmanageable. This is when many of them commit suicide or come in for treatment' (Perkinson, 2016, p. 2), and the addictions assessment can beg...
Intelligence is first the acquisition and then the application of the knowledge in the form of abilities. For example, a student goes to medical school to acquire medical knowledge and competences to become a doctor. However, medical education alone does not make the student a doctor. But, once the medical student demonstrates medical Intelligence,...
Parenting styles are essential because they affect child development in many ways. For example, parenting style can influence a child's biological (healthy diet) and psychological (behavior). According to Morin, A. "The way parents interact and discipline their child will influence them for the rest of their life" (Morin, 2019, P. 1). This research...
The scope of this article is to encourage discussion concerning Developmental Milestones: Infants and Toddlers with Cognitive Developmental Disabilities. The complete article can be found at HTTP://www.fbnorfleetpublishing.com
The scope of this article is to encourage discussion concerning the environmental and genetics impact on fetal development caused by drinking and stress. The complete article also at https://fbnorfleetpublishing.vistaprintdigital.com/open-for-discussion-online-journal
The scope of this article is to examine the contribution of classical theorists to contemporary developmental theorists: Using a cognitive-Developmental and developmental cognitive neuroscience perspective.
This article examines how Bandura’s bobo doll experiment shaped the development of social learning theory. The limitations in the design of the bobo doll study are also distinguished. Note, until now the study continues to evolve the social learning theory as more researches build upon it. Therefore, no study is truly finite as new knowledge based...
This article considers how the role of cognitive and social-emotional processes impact the lifespan development of humans. The cognitive-development process and the social-development process of users of the Kim Kardashian: Hollywood app and the Kim Kardashian animated avatar are analyzed. The effects upon the cognitive-development processes of the...
This article is about the Humanistic psychological perspective. This article also explains how nature-nurture and bio-psycho-social factors contribute to human behavior according to the Humanistic view. Finally, this article analyzes the interplay between biology and the environment and how they can impact human behavior.
The scope of this article is to encourage intellectual conversation concerning ethics and the geriatric population. The geriatric population adds to civilization a valuable knowledge base, experiences, and leadership. As a culture, we must operate together to produce a continuum of care, protection, and goodness-of-fit ethics when planning and cond...