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Psychology of Bullying

Defines various forms of bullying, associated behavioral traits, and prevalence. Describes individual, family, and social factors related to child and youth bullying. Explains bias-based bullying including race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, disabilities. Discusses cyber bullying and associated problems. Describes bullying within friendships. Discusses intervention and treatment strategies for child and youth bullying. Outlines the problem of office and workplace bullying and how to respond to it.
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Learning Objectives

  1. Define various forms of bullying, associated behavioral traits, and prevalence.
  2. Describe individual, family, and social factors related to child and youth bullying.
  3. Explain bias-based bullying including race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, disabilities.
  4. Discuss cyber bullying and associated problems.
  5. Describe bullying within friendships.
  6. Discuss intervention and treatment strategies for child and youth bullying.
  7. Outline the problem of office and workplace bullying and how to respond to it.
Products specifications
Instructor B. Sternberg, Ph.D.
Contact Hours: 3
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Social Anxiety

Defines social anxiety. Describes the symptoms of social anxiety. Identifies the causes of social anxiety. Describes the similarities and differences between shyness and social anxiety. Outlines the role of thinking in social anxiety. Describes strategies for coping with and reducing social anxiety.
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Understanding Anger

Identifies definitions of anger. Describes the anatomy of anger. Defines common types of anger. Identifies the phases of the anger cycle. Describes gender differences in anger expression. Discusses ways in which anger is measured. Describes ways of managing and treating problematic anger. Discusses how expressed or repressed anger can affect physical health.
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Autism

Describes the differences between the previous Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV), and the current one (DSM-5) in terms of how autism, autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and related disorders are viewed and diagnosed. Identifies the physiological, familial, and psychological issues in the clinical diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder. Addresses the issues of toxicity from heavy metal (mercury, lead) and other pathogenic factors in the development of autism spectrum disorder. Identifies medications used in management of various clinical resentations and comorbidities of autism spectrum disorder. Discusses appropriate nonpharmacological (general health, psychological, and behavioral) approaches to the treatment of autism spectrum disorder.