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  • [[Category:Psychology]] {{psychology}}
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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]] {{Psychology}}
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  • *[http://www.psywarrior.com/hannah.html "The Search for Hanoi Hannah"]
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  • [[Psychology|Psychologically]], humans have a highly developed [[brain]] capable of abst ...body|body]]. For many, it is this inner essence that explains the unique [[psychology|psychological]] and [[sociology|social aspects]] of humans and is the princ
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  • ...ributions to the study of [[learning]] and [[memory]]. Based on years of research in which he failed to find the [[biology|biological]] locus of memory (or " ... work on [[vertebrate]] behavior (1914–1917), he began formulating the research program that was to occupy the remainder of his life.
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  • ...ly accepted at the time, laid the foundation for later work in [[cognitive psychology]] and theories of [[decision making]]. As such, he succeeded in making a si ...logy]] and received a degree from there. Then, Edward Tolman switched to [[psychology]] and finished his Ph.D. at [[Harvard University]], in 1915.
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  • ...eds of academic journals and thousands of scientists are devoted to bird research, while amateur enthusiasts (called birdwatchers or birders) probably number ...odytes forsterican'') plunges to depths of more than 250 meters (850 feet) searching for food.
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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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  • ...t lists to represent the different attributes of a work) heavily, which is comparatively lacking in LC or DDC. ...ssification developed by the [[Library of Congress]]. It is used by most research and academic libraries in the U.S. and several other countries—most p
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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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  • ===Psychology=== ...ssimism is likely to yield an incomparably higher number of entries than a search on optimism. But Seligman is not the first psychologist to present an optim
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  • ...red the public arena in fields such as politics, business and scientific research. Contemporary Indian feminists are fighting for individual autonomy, politi ...of oppression from that of white women.<ref name=walker>Alice Walker. ''In Search of Our Mothers' Gardens.'' (Phoenix, 2005. ISBN 9780753819609)</ref>
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  • ... June 2, 1996) was a [[cognitive psychology|cognitive]] and [[mathematical psychology|mathematical psychologist]], and a pioneer of [[cognitive science]]. A long ...bility|probabilities]]. His work had significant impact on fields beyond [[psychology]], such as [[economics]] and [[law]]. Amos Tversky's untimely death cut sho
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  • ...ality]]. She also made significant contributions to the development of a [[psychology]] of women, proposing that rather than viewing woman as jealous of men's se ...away. It was then she suffered her first of several bouts of [[depression (psychology)|depression]], an issue that would plague her for the rest of her life.
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  • ...]. Such representations confirm that the idea of the yeti satisfies some [[psychology|psychological]] need to believe in [[myth]]s, legends, and the existence of ...r the first time, the world's largest mountain, [[Mount Everest]], some in search of the snowman. Ironically, the intense interest that the abominable snowma
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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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  • ...hographer]], and [[Orientalist]] who virtually created the discipline of [[comparative religion]]. He was also one of the founders of the Western academic field o Müller's use of [[comparative linguistics]] in his research [[methodology]] and focus on natural phenomena are no longer accepted by my
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  • ...omen's college affiliated with Columbia University) in 1923, majoring in [[psychology]], and enrolled in graduate school at [[Columbia University]]. While in her ...ng of the 1979 American ''[[Book of Common Prayer]]''. Mead continued to research, write, and teach until she died from cancer in New York City on November 1
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  • ...ia and the Pacific and Indian Oceans.<ref>Jared M. Diamond, [https://www.researchgate.net/publication/260881469_Linguistics_Taiwan's_gift_to_the_world Taiwan ... Corcuff (ed.), ''Memories of the future: national identity issues and the search for a new Taiwan'' (Routledge, 2002, ISBN 0765607913).</ref> Several subseq
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