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  • {{Psychology}} ...llness]]. The field is intended to complement, not to replace, traditional psychology. It does not seek to deny the importance of studying how things go wrong, b
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  • [[Category:Psychology]] '''Analytical psychology''' is the movement started by [[Carl Jung]] and his followers, after his br
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  • [[Category:Psychology]] The advent of the field of [[psychology]] led to more formalized categories and tests. For example, [[Wilhelm Wundt
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  • ...|existential]] [[psychologist]]. May is often associated with [[humanistic psychology|humanistic psychologists]] such as [[Abraham Maslow]] or [[Carl Rogers]], b ... as a consequence of the avoidance, feels pain, anxiety, and [[depression (psychology)|depression]]. May advocated facing life's challenges with purpose and mean
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  • ..., Wechsler, along with Spearman and Pearson were sent to perform similar research at the [[University of London]]. ...ild Guidance in [[New York]]. In 1925, he received a Ph.D. in experimental psychology from [[Columbia University]] where he studied under the direction of [[Robe
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  • ... lacking academic credentials, he was an excellent writer and insightful researcher, winning prizes for his writings and becoming a distinguished professor a ...ained a professor emeritus at Harvard, continuing to write and carry out research with his wife until his death in 1994.
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  • ...w Light on Alcoholism: God, Sam Shoemaker, and AA'' (Kihei, HI: Paradise Research Publications, Inc., 1998, ISBN 978-1885803276).</ref> Through the Oxford gr # Made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves.
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  • [[Category:Psychology]] ...d the physical and social world has a long tradition. With the advent of [[psychology]] as an academic discipline, theories of personality and techniques for mea
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  • ...addition to a degree in philosophy. He was involved in the clinical arm of psychology, which exposed him to thinkers such as [[Ludwig Binswanger]]. ...position at the [[University of Lille]], where from 1953 to 1954 he taught psychology. In 1954 Foucault published his first book, ''Maladie mentale et personnali
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  • [[Category:Psychology]] ...rt behavior, without discussing internal mental states. In addition to the clinical application, parents, teachers, and coaches utilize behavior modification w
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  • ...] recognition of sensations, visions, or events after having been declared clinically dead and ultimately being resuscitated to reflect on what was experienced ...DEs are among the phenomena studied in the fields of [[parapsychology]], [[psychology]], [[psychiatry]],<ref>Bruce Greyson, "Near-death experiences in a psychiat
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  • [[Category:Psychology]] ...who suffered with mental problems. In the past 70 years infant and child research and new discoveries in adults have led to further modification of theory. D
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  • ... for him and he was (much to his amusement in later life) diagnosed with [[clinical depression|depression]] and recommended for a month's stay in a psychiatric ...f [[lieutenant colonel]]. His Army assignments included stints as chief of psychology at the Army Medical Center in [[Okinawa]], Japan, and assistant chief of ps
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  • [[Category:Psychology]] ...e that neither religious teachings nor will-power can defeat. Mainstream [[psychology]] has come around to the view that homosexuality is an innate condition, al
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  • [[Category:Psychology]] ...s thought." Attention is one of the most intensely studied topics within [[psychology]] and [[cognitive neuroscience]].
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  • | field = [[Neurology]], [[Psychiatry]], [[Psychology]], [[Psychotherapy]], [[Psychoanalysis]] ...iatrist]] who co-founded the [[psychoanalysis|psychoanalytic school]] of [[psychology]]. Freud is best known for his theories of the [[unconscious mind]], especi
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  • ...ychologist]] and [[humanism|humanistic]] [[philosophy|philosopher]]. His [[psychology|psychological]] theories, although originating in [[Sigmund Freud|Freudian] Fromm's chief influence remains in the field of [[humanistic psychology]], even though he dissociated from its founder [[Carl Rogers]]. His ''The A
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  • ...a [[immunocompetent|normal immune system]], a poliovirus infection is [[Subclinical infection|asymptomatic]]. Rarely the infection produces minor symptoms; the ...> In 1981, the poliovirus genome was published by two different teams of researchers: by [[Vincent Racaniello]] and [[David Baltimore]] at [[Massachusetts In
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