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  • |name = Human |image_caption=Humans as depicted on the [[Pioneer plaque|Pioneer plaque]]
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  • ...sured use, a skill that requires maturity and wisdom. When this is absent, behavior modification methods can take negative forms. ...itive psychology]] to behavior therapy. Further developments may include research from cultural, spiritual, neurological, and biological sciences.
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  • ...ood, sleep, and sex. He developed a theory of a hierarchy of [[Human_being|human]] needs, of which the highest were the need for "self-actualization" throug ...ogists and students of psychology to appreciate the spiritual dimension of human nature.
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  • ...d promiscuity. Nevertheless, her optimistic view of the potential of human behavior to change for the better is her enduring legacy. ... make changes for the better.}} In a time of pessimism about the future of human society, she became known for her optimistic view: "Never doubt that a smal
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  • '''Mind''' is a concept developed by self-conscious humans trying to understand what is the self that is conscious and how does that ...e, Aristotle expressed the dualistic view that the knowing function of the human soul, the mind, is distinctively immaterial and eternal.
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  • ...es. Understanding and appreciating our differences allows us to become one human family, where each person can fulfill his or her own potential and contribu ...garded the personality as the outward expression of the internal nature of human beings. Personality can also be distinguished from the related concept of [
    35 KB (5,124 words) - 17:57, 13 February 2019
  • ...ry detection is linked in instinctual ways to facial expressions, and even behaviors like the gag reflex. Yet disgust can often be a learned or cultural issue ...t and Parcel in Animal and Human Societies." ''Studies in animal and human behavior,''2: 115-195. (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard UP, [1950] 1971)</ref>]]
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  • ... [[psychology]] that studies [[cognition|cognitive]], [[affect]]ive, and [[behavior]]al processes of individuals as influenced by their group membership and in ...ogical development]] and [[mental health]], a greater understanding of how humankind as a whole can live together in harmony is emerging.
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  • ... [[psychologist]]s in this field hope to uncover information that enriches human understanding of their own mental processes, as well as providing valuable ...ons, and has abandoned some problems as poorly defined. Carefully designed behavioral experiments and innovative biomedical techniques have been essential to i
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  • ...nship in the early stages of [[primate]] development, and by extension for human beings. ...arting as a study of factors involved in mother-infant bonding, Harlow's research soon entered areas that were questionable at best, and often [[ethics|uneth
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  • ...]] [[Daniel Kahneman]], he was a key figure in the discovery of systematic human [[cognitive bias]] and handling of [[risk]]. ...h family, friends, and colleagues, and his contributions to the advance of human understanding.
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  • ... he succeeded in making a significant contribution to our understanding of human [[thinking]]. ...sum of the molecular elements. By adhering to the molar level of [[human]] behavior, Tolman argued that [[reductionism]] results in the loss of the purely psyc
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  • ...Canada|Canadian]] [[psychologist]]. His seminal book ''The Organization of Behavior'', published in 1949, established Hebb's position in psychology, and led to ...ther his studies of the biological functions of the brain with his work on behavior, Hebb proposed a theory of how brain functions underlie the higher function
    24 KB (3,670 words) - 16:02, 13 October 2017
  • ... and [[development]]. This implies security and development of a child's [[human body|body]], [[mind]], and [[soul]]. In other words, it is physical, intell In the case of a [[mammal]], including a [[human being]], the mother [[gestation|gestates]] her child (called first an [[emb
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  • While encounters with the brown bear in the wild can be dangerous for humans, these remarkable animals also add greatly to the wonder of [[nature]] and ==Behavior==
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  • ...[collective unconscious]], an accumulation of inherited experiences of all humankind that guides and advises our conscious mind. For [[cognitive psychology| Those who acknowledge the spiritual nature of human beings note that [[spiritual sense]]s permit people to communicate with the
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  • ...was on [[adolescence|pre-adolescents]], and he reasoned that their problem behavior resulted from feelings of lack of significance in their social group. He de ...hus, his techniques for preventing misbehavior and encouraging appropriate behavior could be applied equally in both settings. Dreikurs' work continues through
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  • ...ons of his skepticism. Still, the conviction that it is impossible for the human mind to make meaningful statements about that which transcends our senses h ...ts of my talents in literature." While there, he completed ''A Treatise of Human Nature'' at the age of 26. Although many scholars today consider the ''Trea
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  • ... that part of the [[unconscious]] that is cross-cultural and common to all human beings, influences [[personality]]. It is utilized not only for those with ...es, and in the [[symbol]]ism found in myths. This conceptualization of the human psyche can be contrasted with [[Sigmund Freud]]'s tripartite division into
    23 KB (3,347 words) - 16:18, 17 March 2016
  • ...an [[mind]]'s organization and internal operations and a theory that human behavior both conditions and results from how the mind is organized. This led him to ...their male sex organs, Freud spent four weeks at the Austrian zoological research station in [[Trieste]], dissecting hundreds of eels without finding more th
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