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  • [[Category:Psychology]] {{psychology}}
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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]] {{Psychology}}
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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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  • ...ding cultural factors. His research has continued to be influential in our search to understand the human mind. ...]], and [[psychologist]] W. H. R. Rivers, turned to [[anthropology]] and [[psychology]]. In 1913 Bartlett was awarded a fellowship at St. John's College.
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  • ...xperiments to collect data, made a clear separation between [[experimental psychology]] and other trends such as [[psychoanalysis]]. Ultimately, however, our und ... edition of the ''Principles of Physiological Psychology''. However, the [[psychology]] of Wundt was not enthusiastically received at Oxford, so Titchener resolv
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  • ...[[Hermann von Helmholtz]] and others to perception for a view based on his experimental work. His theories pioneered the idea that observers sample information fro ...challenged traditional approaches in [[psychology]], stimulating debate, research, and new understanding. He did not solve everything; but he did not expect
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  • region = Western Philosophy and Psychology | main_interests = Pragmatism, Psychology, Psychology of Religion, Epistemology, Meaning |
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  • [[Category:Psychology]] ... all humankind that guides and advises our conscious mind. For [[cognitive psychology|cognitive psychologists]] it consists of processes and information that ope
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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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  • ...tion in psychology, and led to him being described as the father of [[neuropsychology]], although that title might also belong to [[Alexander Luria]], and of [[n ... proposal of "cell assemblies" as the foundation of memory "[[engram (neuropsychology)|engram]]s" not only addressed the [[philosophy of mind#The mind-body probl
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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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  • | 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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  • == Structuralism in psychology (19th century) == ...ctures, Titchener used the word "structuralism" to describe this branch of psychology.<ref>{{cite book
    23 KB (3,302 words) - 18:43, 5 November 2008
  • ...e, learning, and memory.<ref>Gary R. VandenBos, (ed.), ''APA Dictionary of Psychology'' (Washington, DC: American Psychological Association, 2007, ISBN 978-15914 ...ng this mainstream view, a small group of neuroscientists has persisted in searching for evidence suggesting the possibility of a human mind existing and ope
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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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  • [[Category:Psychology]] While research on [[learning]] in [[animal]]s has been used by some [[psychologist]]s as e
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  • [[Category:Psychology]] ...itive psychology]] to behavior therapy. Further developments may include research from cultural, spiritual, neurological, and biological sciences.
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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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