6 edition of Psychological perspectives of helplessness and control in the elderly found in the catalog.
1989 by North-Holland, Sole distributors for the U.S.A. and Canada, Elsevier Science Pub. Co. in Amsterdam, New York, New York, N.Y., U.S.A .
Written in English
Includes bibliographies and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Prem S. Fry.|
|Series||Advances in psychology ;, 57, Advances in psychology (Amsterdam, Netherlands) ;, 57.|
|Contributions||Fry, Prem S.|
|LC Classifications||BF724.85.C66 P78 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxi, 442 p. :|
|Number of Pages||442|
|LC Control Number||88024744|
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Fry. Creating Psychological and Societal Dependency in Old Age (J. Hendricks, C. Leedham). Choosing to Improve Performance (L.C. Perlmuter et al.). Psychological Perspectives of Helplessness and Control in the Elderly: Overview and Appraisal (P.S. Fry). Indexes. Series Title: Advances in psychology (Amsterdam, Netherlands), Responsibility.
Get this from a library. Psychological perspectives of helplessness and control in the elderly. [Prem S Fry;] -- The past few years have witnessed widespread acceptance of the notion that few elderly individuals are willing to stand by silently in the process of growing, and to relinquish whatever actual.
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The learned helplessness hypothesis is criticized and reformulated. The old hypothesis, when applied to learned helplessness in humans, has two major problems: (a) Author: Sivakumar Nuvvula. P.S. Fry (Ed.), Psychological perspectives of helplessness and control in the elderly, North-Holland, Amsterdam (), pp.
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Patients with diabetes mellitus (DM) need psychological support throughout their life span from the time of diagnosis. The psychological make-up of the patients with DM play a central role in self-management behaviors. Without patient’s adherence to the effective therapies, there would be persistent sub-optimal control of diseases, increase Cited by: Gergen, M.
Loss of control among the aging?: A critical reconstruction. In P. Fry (Ed.), Psychological perspectives of helplessness and control in the elderly (pp. North-Holland: Elsevier Science Google ScholarCited by: 1.
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Furthermore, learned helplessness stemming from a sense of lack of control or inadequate reinforcement for independent behavior can add to severity of depression. However, it is found that the therapeutic and nontherapeutic interventions used in elderly homes can affect the wellbeing and negative effects of illness (Joshi, Kumar, & Avasthi, ).Cited by: 1.
The onset and alleviation of learned helplessness in older hospitalised people Article in Aging and Mental Health 5(4) December with 32 Reads How we measure 'reads'. The topic of learned helplessness comes up quite regularly in the education field. There’s quite a bit of interest in how early academic failure or low academic self-esteem can impact later success, and how the relationship can be influenced to enhance chances of success.
Learned helplessness in students creates a vicious cycle. For this assignment, I will be describing the contribution of psychological perspectives to the promotion of good practice in residential care services and also evaluate the contribution of psychological perspectives in terms of informing and influencing the health and social care sectors.
As individuals we all have significant roles and norms, which are expected from [ ]. This chapter begins with an overview of the key concepts of motivation and mental illness.
The second section explores the motivation of both the adoption and maintenance of mental-illness-based identities from psychological theories and research, including learned helplessness, the identity-psychopathology link, labelling theory, and the sick.
Psychological perspectives on poverty This report covers four main subject areas: social processes, mental health, genetic and environmental factors, and neurological and cognitive effects.
It evaluates the scientific methodology and theory developed by poverty researchers, and highlights the potential relevance for those involved in social policy.
Abusive power and control (also controlling behavior and coercive control) is the way that an abusive person gains and maintains power and control over another person in order to subject that victim to psychological, physical, sexual, or financial motivations of the abuser are varied and can include devaluation, envy, personal gain, personal gratification, psychological.
Person-environment transactions relevant to control and helplessness in institutional settings. In P. Fry (Ed.), Advances in psychology, Psychological perspectives of helplessness and control in the elderly (pp. The Clinical Management of Elder Abuse shows how professionals in the above disciplines can address the effects of elder abuse, which may manifest as: physical effects, including pain and injury, sleep disturbances, eating problems, and headaches behavioral effects, including anger, helplessness, reduced coping abilities, and suicidal actions.
women are more likely than men to seek therapy for psychological problems. feelings of helplessness and humiliation. According to the textbook, inthe Women's Health Initiative study provided results that changed the recommendations about hormone replacement therapy.
Chapter 14 discusses the financial status of elderly women. Stressful experiences often take away a person's sense of control. They can promote a sense of helplessness or hopelessness.
This can cause great emotional stress and pain. The effects of stressful events are typically experienced quite differently by different people. power and control over the elderly people. Hence, not only physical and sexual abuse is associated with shame, but also financial, psychological and emotional abuse.
Toxic and healthy shame A useful distinction is made by Bradshaw () in the book „Healing the shame that binds you‟ which distinguishes healthy shame from toxic shame File Size: KB. This edited book is a valuable reference for readers interested in attraction and close relationships.
Chapters explore the factors that influence attraction and relationship development in diverse partnerships and populations (among children, adolescents, the elderly, homosexual and heterosexual adults, etc.). Huston, Ted L., ed. Person-environment transactions relevant to control and helplessness in institutional settings.
In P. Fry (Ed.), Psychological perspectives of helplessness and control in the elderly (pp. Amsterdam: North Holland. Google ScholarCited by: cases with their own psychological or criminal roots.''^ Advocates of feminist theory argue that domestic violence is systematic and structural mechanism of patriarchal control of women that is built on male superiority and female inferiority, sex stereo typed roles and expectations and economic, socialFile Size: 2MB.
In humans, learned helplessness is related to the concept of self-efficacy, the individual's belief in their innate ability to achieve goals. Learned helplessness theory is the view that clinical depression and related mental illnesses may result from such real or perceived absence of control over the outcome of a situation.
Percentage of women among those 65 years or more inEuropean countries. 5; Number of progeny and age at first childbirth dependent on the age at death of married aristocratic women. 34; Representations of health.
; Categories of physical or psychological dependency. ; People with disabilities or chronic physical or mental. There is a concept in the psychological literature known as locus of control that is unfamiliar to most people, even though, once defined, is commonly understood.
Locus. The December, coronavirus disease outbreak has seen many countries ask people who have potentially come into contact with the infection to isolate themselves at home or in a dedicated quarantine facility. Decisions on how to apply quarantine should be based on the best available evidence.
We did a Review of the psychological impact of quarantine using three Cited by: 6. The most heuristic perspective is known as the biopsychosocial model, with pain viewed as a dynamic interaction among and within the biological, psychological, and social factors unique to each individual.
Indeed, as reported by Gatchel, 4 Figure 1 presents a conceptual model of these interactive processes involved in health and illness. Pain. Chapter 7 Self-Medication, Psychoanalytic, and Psychodynamic Theories 95 Drive behind addiction:Being and feeling trapped creates rage at feelings of helplessness is the irresistible force that drives addiction.
Purpose of addiction:To reverse feelings of helplessness and powerless- Size: KB. Self-control—or the ability to subdue one's impulses, emotions, and behaviors to achieve long-term goals—is what separates modern people from.
The stages of grief in the wake of a job loss are much the same as the model of key emotional reactions to the experience of the dying developed by.
CONTROL, PERCEIVED Healthy and successful individuals often have a strong sense that they are in control of their lives and the world around them.
Likewise, men and women who feel that they are in control of their lives tend to be healthy and successful. An individual's perception of his or her ability to be effective in the world, what psychology textbooks refer to as perceived. General Overviews. Many online resources are available in addition to other published works outlining aspects of AD from historical perspectives (Talbott ) and basic research concepts (Querfurth and LaFerla ) to clinical presentation, diagnosis, and treatment (Alzheimer’s Disease and Alzheimer’s Association websites).Hebert, et al.
and Reitz, et al. Many children are exposed to traumatic life events. A significant number of children in American society are exposed to traumatic life events. A traumatic event is one that threatens injury, death, or the physical integrity of self or others and also causes horror, terror, or.
In psychological terms, this might involve always relying on the same coping mechanisms when dealing with problems rather than looking for new solutions.
Rather than falling prey to this tendency, Maslow's quote suggests that you might want to try expanding your horizons a bit, learning about new ways of thinking, and exploring different ways.
Mindfulness is a book about how and why mindlessness develops and the affects mindlessness has on our body and quality of life. The book is broken into two parts. Part one is about mindlessness: how the categories and rules we learn when were young affect our mindlessness by creating automatic behaviors and limiting our perspective/5.
The general topic is naive causal models of control, which encompasses a wide range of constructs of control such as self-efficacy, learned helplessness, locus of control, and attribution. Perceived control has been the focus of Ellen Skinner's research and she brings to this book her characteristically thoughtful and careful approach that.