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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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  • ...sion of Gilese 581 c, the first extrasolar planet discovered in its star's habitable zone]] ...existing outside of earth, many scientists remain hopeful and continue the search. Given that the existence of life beyond earth has ramifications of the gre
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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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  • [[Category:Psychology]] ...oaches utilize behavior modification when attempting to guide children’s habits and self management skills. Discipline can take the form of behavior modif
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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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  • [[Category:Psychology]] The advent of the field of [[psychology]] led to more formalized categories and tests. For example, [[Wilhelm Wundt
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  • ...ellectual, novelist, essayist and critic, best known as the author of ''In Search of Lost Time'' (''À la recherche du temps perdu,'' also translated previou ...he machinery of the industrial labor force, and new explorations of human psychology and the unconscious led to the birth of literary [[Modernism]], a movement
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  • ...e, learning, and memory.<ref>Gary R. VandenBos, (ed.), ''APA Dictionary of Psychology'' (Washington, DC: American Psychological Association, 2007, ISBN 978-15914 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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  • ... [[William James]], was a famous American [[philosophy|philosopher]] and [[psychology|psychologist]]. Their father, the philosopher and theologian [[Henry James ...mes was afflicted with a mild stutter. He overcame this by cultivating the habit of speaking very slowly and deliberately. Since he believed that good writi
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  • [[Category:Psychology]] ...through [[sport]] and physical [[game]]s; assisting the child to develop [[habit]]s of health; and to maintain regular medical well-child examinations.
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  •;that our beliefs about cause and effect depend on sentiment, custom and habit, and not upon [[reason]] or abstract, timeless, general [[Laws of Nature]]. ...nd Political'', in 1744 he applied for the Chair of Ethics and Pneumatics (psychology) at Edinburgh University but was rejected. During the [[Jacobite Rebellion]
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  • ...chological development]], and he spent a significant portion of his life researching this aspect of life, as revealed in [[symbol]]ic form through [[dream]]s ...nd [[Kenya]] in the mid-1920s. In 1938, he delivered the Terry Lectures, ''Psychology and Religion,'' at [[Harvard University]]. It was at about this stage in hi
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  • ...character, and the empirical disciplines known as [[religious studies]]: [[psychology of religion]], [[sociology of religion]], [[history of religion]], among ot immediate faith experience, is largely a mythical construct of naïve research. By its very nature, the human mind includes an element of reflection, no m
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  • ...[Académie Française]].<ref name="IEP">Mauro Murzi, [ Jules Henri Poincaré.] ''The Internet Encyclopedia of P ...spite many similarities with Einstein's work, the two had very different research agendas and interpretations of the work<ref>Peter Louis Galison. 2003. ''Ei
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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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  • ...n various other disciplines (most notably - [[ontology]], [[sociology]], [[psychology]], [[ecology]], [[ethics]], [[theology]], [[philosophy of mind]]) it is con ...ed ''Husserliana'' and continue to be a major source of phenomenological research.#
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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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  • ...w Light on Alcoholism: God, Sam Shoemaker, and AA'' (Kihei, HI: Paradise Research Publications, Inc., 1998, ISBN 978-1885803276).</ref> Through the Oxford gr ...comers, 90 meetings in 90 days are often recommended to break the drinking habit and immerse them in a culture of sobriety.
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  • ...acquisition of the [[horse]], which allowed them greater mobility in their search for better hunting grounds. ...sources of horses among the Mexican settlers to the south (rather than the search for new herds of buffalo) that first led the Comanches to break off from th
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  • ... [[Existentialism]], [[Postmodernism]], [[Poststructuralism]], Existential psychology, Neo-orthodoxy, and many more | ...ligion]], [[Metaphysics]], [[Epistemology]], [[Aesthetics]], [[Ethics]], [[Psychology]] |
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