The answer is absolutely yes. When you think of controversy in Psychology ethics is often the starting point. But are we in danger of limiting our ability to validly measure behaviour by imposing too strict ethical principles. 1,768 more words
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Mental illness, atypical behaviour, psychopathology and dysfunctional behaviour are just some of the terms used to describe one of the most difficult areas to define both in Psychology as part of the human experience. 232 more words
The rise of the anti-psychiatry movement; Szasz, Laing and Rosenhan- 'The Normal Are Not Detectably Sane'.
The 1960’s and 1970’s were a huge time for social and political change. One such change that was at the very core of the Psychological community was the role of psychiatry. 590 more words
Is there ever too much revision? when should you start? Are these even the right questions…..?
As Psychologists should we have access to the most effective methods of revision…..? 30 more words
SSC exam stands for Staff Selection Commission which is organized by many states of India. The exam has been conducting since 1975 by the Government of India for the Group B and Group C posts. 467 more words