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  • ...tion of bringing about behavioral and/or emotional change. [[Experimental psychology]] is focused upon applying scientific means to ascertain the foundational Most Universities today have two fields of Psychology curriculums for undergraduates. One is in the Arts, and the other in the S
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  • ...ombined with [[neuroscience]].<ref name=Anderson/> The journal ''Cognitive Psychology'' played an important historical role in this field, and continues to publ {{cite book |title=Cognitive Psychology and its Implications |author=John R. Anderson
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  • ...Maslow and some others in humanistic psychology regarded [[transpersonal psychology]] as a further development, but this is not the majority approach. [[Fritz Perls]], who with his wife [[Laura Perls]] had created [[gestalt psychology]], started with psychoanalytic models but rejected them. "Started seven ye
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  • ...hird force" after [[behaviorism]] and [[psychoanalysis]], '''transpersonal psychology''' evolved as a "fourth force",<ref name=GrofBH>{{citation | title = Brief History of Transpersonal Psychology
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  • {{dambigbox|nativism in psychology, linguistics, and cognitive science|nativism}} '''Nativism''', in the sense familiar to scholars of [[linguistics]], [[psychology]] and [[cognition]], proposes that certain key traits of a [[species]] are
    2 KB (296 words) - 06:37, 15 February 2010
  • #REDIRECT [[Information operations#psychological operations]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Information operations#Psychological operations]]
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  • '''Music psychology''' is a branch of [[psychology]] that investigates when, where and why people engage in [[music]] and [[d
    490 B (72 words) - 09:48, 5 October 2008
  • *{{CZ:Ref:Carr 2008 Advancing Psychology as a Bio-behavioral Science}} | title = Vehicles, Experiments in synthetic psychology
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  • ...psychology of religious believers, including historical analysis, [[depth psychology]], case studies, controlled scientific experiment, surveys and questionnai The American [[pragmatism|pragmatist]] philosopher and psychologist [[William James]] is commonly seen as the founder of the field, the basi
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  • ...man species by some 50,000 years ago. They refer to the seminal period of psychological/cognitive adaptation to environmental circumstances as the <u>e</u>ra o ...tive biotic, social and abiotic environmental factors &mdash; evolutionary psychologists hope to gain insight into why humans today, to quote University of Camb
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  • *[[Psychology]] :*[[Abnormal psychology]]
    2 KB (196 words) - 06:58, 10 February 2010
  • According to child psychologist [[Jean Piaget]], accommodation occurs when a child needs to take in new
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  • '''Amplification''' is to amplify physical symptoms based on psychological factors such as [[anxiety]] or [[depression (mood)|depression]]: "somat ...JB, Canter A, Cluff LE |title=Convalescence from influenza. A study of the psychological and clinical determinants |journal=Arch. Intern. Med. |volume=108 |issu
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  • ...10204966">{{cite journal |author=Herschbach P, Henrich G, von Rad M |title=Psychological factors in functional gastrointestinal disorders: characteristics of th Psychological stress may lead to physiologic abnormalities in the esophagus.<ref name
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  • '''Abnormal psychology''' focuses on describing patterns of behavior that deviate from accepted s ...Lauren B. |coauthors= John H. Riskind, Margaret J. Manos |title= Abnormal Psychology: Current Perspectives |publisher= McGraw-Hill |year= 2004 |isbn= 007242298
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  • ...[[moral development]] and [[aging]]. Almost all theories in developmental psychology are presented in a series of stages, such as [[Sigmund Freud]]’s psychos ...and interaction, cognitive development takes place:<ref>Piaget, Jean. ''La Psychologie de l'intelligence''. 1947, Armand Colin, Paris. </ref>
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