Professor Robert Cole
October 07, 2016
1. Woller, Kevin M. P., Walter C. Buboltz, and James M. Loveland. “Psychological Reactance: Examination across Age, Ethnicity, and Gender.” The American Journal of Psychology 120.1 (2007): 15-24. Web.
a. The article discussed the process of psychological experiments through the effect of psychological reactance. This article is broken down into 3 different types of people and examines them. The experiment wants to know the reactions of different age, ethnicity, and gender groups. This supports the research paper through examining different gender and age groups as the paper argues the effects of different genders.
2. Sharpe, Michael, Simon Wessely, and Sten Thelander. “Cognitive Behaviour Therapy.” BMJ: British Medical Journal 315.7119 (1997): 1376-377. Web.
a. This article breaks down the process therapists go through in cognitive behavior therapy. It explains the steps and the effects this style of therapy has on the community. It also discusses the specific disorders it is meant to treat. This will help incorporate the negative effects of cognitive behavior therapy has on both genders.
3. Richardson, Phil. “ABC of Mental Health: Psychological Treatments.” BMJ: British Medical Journal 315.7110 (1997): 733-35. Web.
a. This article is the different types of psychological therapies in alphabetical order. Explains what the training and processes are for each form of therapy. It breaks down the history of each therapy and what disorder they are used to treat. This helps the research paper define and explain the purposes for each type of therapy.
4. Onken, Lisa Simon, and Jack D. Blaine. “Behavioral Therapy Development and Psychological Science: Reinforcing the Bond.” Psychological Science 8.3 (1997): 143-44. Web.
a. The article explains the connection between behavioral therapy and psychology as a whole. It explains how behavioral therapy still relates to psychology even if it is a therapy. It incorporates the difference in therapy and psychology and advances about the purpose of therapy versus psychology in the paper.
5. Martin, Carmen K. “Gender and Sexual Orientation in Family Therapy: Toward a Postgender Approach.” Family Relations, vol. 5, no. 1 (2005): 101-115. Web.
a. This article explains issues discussed in family therapy about gender and sexual orientation. The article explains categories effecting human relationships. This will help the paper explore the effects that men and women have in therapy. Specifically, the effects of gender and sexual orientation both genders experience in family therapy.
6. Moreno, J. Kelly, Lisa Kramer, Corey M. Scheidegger, and Lauren Weitzman. “Gender and Group Psychotherapy: A Review.” Group 29.3 (2005): 351-71. Web.
a. The article defines gender and explains how it identifies and classifies humans. By defining a person’s gender helps define their gender roles. Their gender roles effect their reactions to certain situations. The article will help explain how genders roles can effect a gender’s reaction to therapy.
7. Leslie, Leigh A. “The Evolving Treatment of Gender, Ethnicity, and Sexual Orientation in Marital and Family Therapy.” Family Relations 44.4 (1995): 359-67. Web.
a. The article analyzes the effect of marital and family therapy when discussing gender, sexual orientation, and ethnicities. The article also explains the changes in therapy over decades. This article helps explain the culture effects that therapy had on different genders.
8. Little, Marion L. “Psychiatric and Psychological Group Therapy. I&II ” The Elementary School Journal 46.7&48.6 (1946): 369-460. Web.
a. The article breaks down psychiatric and psychological group therapy as a whole universally. However, it also differentiates psychiatric and psychological group therapy. It explains the sole purpose of the two therapies whether it may happen or not. It will help the paper explore the effects of psychiatric and psychological therapy on different genders, but specifically psychiatric therapy.