Choose one non-evidence based treatment discussed in the chapter and talk about it in it’s historical context.
Prior to beginning work on this journal, please read Chapter 13 in History and Philosophy of Psychology. This journal invites you to engage in creative thinking regarding the future potential for non-evidence-based treatments. Research one of the non-evidence-based treatments from the Chung (2012) e-book, summarize views of this treatment within its historical context, and relate these views to at least one modern theoretical perspective on psychopathology. Devise a strategy for transforming the non-evidence-based treatment into an evidence-based treatment by integrating a specific psychological theory with new or existing research.
There are no explicitly wrong or right answers for this journal entry. Your journal will be graded based on whether or not you provide a substantive and thoughtful supported by existing literature.
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1) Read chapter 13 in “History and philosophy of psychology” textbook (author Chung & Hyland) (2012) This is found in the Ashford library as an e-book
2) Choose one non-evidence based treatment discussed in the chapter and talk about it in it’s historical context (the time in which it was used)
3) discuss a modern theoretical perspective related to the historical perspective you discussed
4) talk about how you could get the non-evidence based practice to become integrated into current research