In today’s world, the growth of web-based social networks has led to brand-new innovations in social networking, specifically by letting individuals to identify their links beyond a basic connection. In this report, I look specifically at trust in web-based social networks, how it will be calculated, and how it can be utilized in applications.
This project is about examining the relationships between maternal and paternal parenting behaviors (sensitivity, encouragement of autonomy) and girls’ and boys’ attachment security regarding their dad and mom. We also study topics like Attachment Theory, Child Gender, Attachment, and Parental Sensitivity, Maternal and Paternal Encouragement of Autonomy, etc
The objective of this research is to look into ethical issues and ethical difficulties experienced by psychologists in Sweden and South Africa. The research is a reproduction of previous studies conducted by Colnerud (1997) and Slack and Wassenaar (1999). A sample of
The developing brain undergoes several developmental cycles during which it exhibits a higher sensitivity to exogenous disturbances. On such period is the so named “Brain growth spurt” (BGS) which in humans occurs beginning with the third trimester of pregnancy and throughout the
Despite most parents’ good intentions to provide a warm, supportive environment in which the child can grow and develop socially appropriate behavior, they might occasionally act toward their child in a negative or even harsh way. Some do this more consistently than others.
This dissertation explains why behavioral genetic research can be better informed by using characteristics in the human iris as biomarkers for personality, and is divided into five parts. Part I gives an introduction to the classical twin method and an overview of the findings that have led most developmental researchers to recognize that the normal variation of personality depends on a complex interplay between genetic and environmental factors.
Puberty is the process of getting sexually mature and it has fundamental somatic and psychosocial significance. The main objective of this project was the long and short term developmental importance, regarding both soma et psyche, of female pubertal timing. Several studies were
This research has been carried out to look at the role of the girl child in both low and high income settings in Kenya. The research goals were to recognize the girl child roles in low income and high income settings, to
The goal of this report was to determine reasons behind teenage pregnancy, and also to analyze present services available to the youth in relation to sexuality. Participants were asked questions associated with the following themes linked to teenage sexuality: The existence of resources, the availability of resources, the ability of teens to successfully use services within their current developmental stage, risk-taking behavior of teenagers and difficulties experienced in the system and in general.
This thesis aims to describe and analyze the problem of violence among pupils and its connection with gender. The main aim is to explore how gender roles are connected with the use of violence among pupils, through a social constructionistic perspective. Power