...ocial studies]], and [[moral psychology|moral development]]. Much of the research in this field is designed to address the desire of teachers to improve thei
In a century of research since James, psychologists have offered a variety of applications of their
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...ss|mental disorder]], but also for those who desire to promote their own [[psychological development]] and well-being.
...ate the [[conscious]] and unconscious through a variety of disciplines and psychological methods. Jung believed the unconscious to be a great guide, friend, and adv
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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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...an of this was [[James H. Leuba]]'s ''The Belief in God and Immortality, a Psychological, Anthropological and Statistical Study'' (1916). In this study, Leuba shows
*[http://cylinders.library.ucsb.edu/search.php?query=william+jennings+bryan&queryType=%40attr+1%3D1 William Jennings B
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...y define themselves biologically and [[anatomy|anatomically]], but also in psychological, social, and spiritual terms.
[[Psychology|Psychologically]], humans have a highly developed [[brain]] capable of abstract reasoning
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...e [[feminism|feminist]] movement in America, an important popularizer of [[anthropology]], and one of the most prominent public intellectuals of her time. When she
...raduate teaching assistant, [[Ruth Benedict]], persuaded Mead to switch to anthropology.
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...u need statistics? Revisiting Kinsey's methodology" ''The Journal of Sex Research'' 35 (2) (May 1998): 132-140, ISSN 0022-4499.</ref>
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...eory (GST), among others, in initiating what became a project of systems research and practice. It was [[Margaret Mead]] and [[Gregory Bateson]] that develop
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...en condemned or restricted by the majority of the world's [[religion]]s. [[Anthropology|Anthropologists]] have observed that, while many societies have permitted p
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... more complex mental structures. In this part of the nineteenth century, researchers were making great advances in [[chemistry]] and [[physics]] by analyzing
...guistics such as [[Roman Jakobson]] and [[Nikolai Trubetzkoy]] conducted research that would be greatly influential.
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...ne that studies [[society]] and human social interaction. Sociological [[research]] ranges from the analysis of short [[social contact|contacts]] between ano
Sociological research provides [[teacher|educator]]s, [[urban planning|planner]]s, [[lawmaker]]s,
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...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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... explicitly [[religion|religious]] concepts, or any mention of God, in his psychological theories.
..., Reflections'' (Jung & Jaffe, 1962) can also be read as expression of the psychological explorations of his inner world.
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...ch involved a translation of, and commentary on [[Immanuel Kant|Kant]]'s ''Anthropology from a Pragmatic Point of View''. ''Folie et déraison'' (''Madness and Ins
...to lead Foucault toward [[structuralism]]. However, whereas structuralists search for homogeneity in a discursive entity, Foucault focuses on differences. In
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...ferential psychology]], the branch of psychology that concerns itself with psychological differences among people. Galton also devised a method for classifying [[fi
...s a blizzard of discoveries and investigations that varied from detailed research into the "perfect cup of tea" to the invention of the silent dog whistle.
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...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
...ss Classification:Class G—Geography. Anthropology. Recreation|Geography, Anthropology, and Recreation]]
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...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
...m the treatment of women with mental disturbances) (Blum, 1977). Several researchers, coming together in Blum's 1977 book, ''Female Psychology,'' followed [[
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...e Learning about Why People Respond to Nature"] ''Journal of PHYSIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY'' 26/2 (2007): 83-85. Retrieved June 20, 2007.</ref>
... of social and cultural factors. The distinctive focus of the section is research and education in the field of sensory modalities in relation to product des
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...f that language shapes [[perception]] and influences behavior led him to research the nature of an international auxiliary language. In order to function as
...ram]] and [[Takelma language|Takelma]] languages. He earned his Ph.D. in [[anthropology]] in 1909, with a dissertation on the Takelma language of southwestern Oreg
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Müller's use of [[comparative linguistics]] in his research [[methodology]] and focus on natural phenomena are no longer accepted by my
...He began to translate the [[Upanishads]] for Schelling, and continued to research Sanskrit under [[Franz Bopp]], the first systematic scholar of the [[Indo-E
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