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'Chrysanthemums' by John Steinbeck from a Psychological Perspective

In five pages a psychological analysis of John Steinbeck's short story includes the flowers' symbolism and the depression of Elisa...

1930s' UK and Economic Recovery

In five pages this paper examines how during the 1930s the United Kingdom was able to recover from the Great Depression in a consi...

Great Depression and Migration of Population

In thirteen pages this paper discusses migration patterns and how they were influenced by the economic hardships of the Great Depr...

Depression Treated Herbally

This paper contrasts and compares St. John's Wort herbal medication to Prozac in the treatment of depression in 5 pages. Eleven s...

Making America by Carol Berkin

The writer analyzes Carol Berkin's book Making America: Changes at the Turn of the Century, and relates such events, eras and peop...

Child Development and Maternal Depression

In six pages this paper examines the impact of a mother's depression upon the development of a child in a consideration of cogniti...

Depression and its Impacts on Women

In five pages this paper discusses how depression impacts women in this overview that includes such topics as alcohol, family, wor...

Victorian Age Literature, Despair, and Depression

In eleven pages the Victorian era feelings of despair and depression that were the result of various religious, economic, and tech...

Psychological Research Issues

In six pages this paper discusses various psychological research issues including an assessment of American Psychiatric Associatio...

Transition and Change in The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck

In five pages this novel by John Steinbeck is summarized and analyzed as it pertains to the Joad family changes and a Depression e...

Economic Development and Roles of Investment and Savings

In three pages this paper discusses how economic development during the Great Depression was influenced by the roles played by sav...

Overview of Singer Janis Joplin

Initially, Joplin considered her emotional problems to be of social origin, and her songs initially reflected her belief in the li...

HIV/AIDS and Group Counseling

This paper consists of five pages and examines the necessity for counseling among members of the population suffering from HIV or ...

Male Collegiate Athletes and Injury's Psychological Consequences

In fourteen pages this paper discusses how male college athletes psychologically respond to injury in a consideration of anxiety, ...

St. John's Wort, Pro and Con

The writer examines the opinions of St. John's Wort, a herb commonly used to treat depression, from the point of view of tradition...

Great Depression Entertainment

The radio was an important entertainment form. Television, in contrast, was just beginning to make its entry into the American ho...

State of Doing or State of Being and Depression

with environmental factors (Field, 2002). This could indicate an interaction of being and doing, or indicate a predisposition to...

Madness And Depression As Common Literary Themes

for the best. Soon, however, a sudden sense of calm overcomes her as she whispers "free, free, free" (Chopin PG). Mrs. Mal...

The Royal Family Depression Era Comedy by George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber

between a life in the theater and the offer of a stable marriage to a sensible stockbroker. Fanny Cavendish is the family matriar...

Dinner at Eight Depression Era Comedy by George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber

and one-time suitor Oliver sell her stock in his company. Carlotta does not consider returning to the stage as an option to her fi...

Macroenvironment and the Impact of Family

During the Depression, people simply made do with what they had. There was little if any excess income in most families, and peop...

America and Changes Brought About by FDR's New Deal

place to sleep and food to eat. While the stereotypical liberal democrat may appear to be kinder, the Republican side defends its ...

Depression and Assessing the Benefits of Pharmacotherapy and Psychoanalysis

to be a disease of the insane, depression has finally been recognized for the debilitating and emotionally unbalancing illness it ...

Depression and Pain Relationship and Chi Square Test Assessment

analysis. Making use of a sample of 100 patients, the test group is made up of 60 depressed patients with reflex sympathetic dystr...

The Old Guitarist Painting by Pablo Picasso

the blue period would further find inspiration. "Having outgrown his possibilities in Madrid (Spain) by the age of 19, he went to ...

Depression and Entertainer Judy Garland

milieu, and how we respond is governed by genetic make-up" (Dobson, 1997, pp. 44-45). Garlands early indoctrination to the movie ...

Depression Treatment and William Styron

guilty: difficulty concentrating or making decisions or in the extreme, feeling suicidal" (Nicolson and Clayfield 136). It is inte...

Depression and Obesity

emotional problems are likely to emerge. The relationship between obesity and depression is one that is not exactly clear (Stunka...

Major Themes of 'The Chrysanthemums' by John Steinbeck

the glory when the farming goes well. Of course, this bitterness is something felt by most housewives of an earlier generation and...

Depression and Senior Citizen Patients

the difficulties and losses inherent with aging. The assumption is often made that, with age comes transcendental wisdom, but res...