...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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...rder]], 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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... class]]. Social psychology examines the effects of social contacts on the development of [[attitude]]s, [[stereotype]]s, and so forth.
... social life and how social interactions affect individual [[psychological development]] and [[mental health]], a greater understanding of how humankind as a whol
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...' is a recent branch of [[psychology]] which emphasizes normal, successful development rather than the treatment of [[mental illness]]. The field is intended to c
Researchers in this field analyze states of [[happiness]], [[flow (psychology)|flow]
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...mption of the whole field of biological psychology. Through a variety of research methods, [[psychologist]]s in this field hope to uncover information that e
...he start in [[Europe]] and [[North America]] and remains a major area of research and instruction in many countries. In the last two centuries, biopsychology
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... [[television]], and the [[internet]] have helped carve the face of modern psychological warfare, ever creating new ways to reach the opposition.
As long as war exists, we can expect new forms of psychological warfare to be formulated in attempts to achieve victory at less cost to one
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Today, the TAT is widely used as a tool for research in areas of psychology such as [[dream]]s, fantasies, mate selection, and w
...limit the range of personality characteristics that the TAT can explore. Research has shown that factors including race, gender, and [[social class]] of both
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...logical development|mental]], and [[emotion]]al growth, but also spiritual development.
... from two of his children.<ref name="Searchstonesmult">M. Scott Peck, ''In Search of Stones: A Pilgrimage of Faith, Reason and Discovery '' (Hyperion, 1995).
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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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...ican Christianity]] and an emphasis on the importance of early [[childhood development]] with positive views of free sex and a strong presumption of cultural rela
... years studying [[child development|child]] and [[adolescence|adolescent]] development in the Manus cultures.
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...sider, led him to study [[culture|cultural]] influences on [[personality]] development.
...develop a stable, integrated personality. He applied this mechanism to the development of virtues such as courage, loyalty, care, and wisdom. By going beyond the
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...olars our understanding of intelligence is still limited. Perhaps, since researchers use only their own human intellect to discover the secrets of human inte
...ce: Knowns and Unknowns" a report of a task force convened by the American Psychological Association in 1995:
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...rtance of care-giving and companionship 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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...ich. H. Reichard, “Monogamy—A variable relationship,” ''Max Planck Research'' 3(2002): 62-67.</ref>
...sex: Prevalence and correlates in a national survey,” ''Journal of Sex Research'' 34(1997): 167-174.</ref> Results from a variety of other countries have a
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...physical, [[emotion]]al, social, intellectual, [[moral]] and [[spirit]]ual development from [[infancy]] to [[adult]]hood. This is usually done in a child's [[fami
...lationships existing in the family. The parents' role in a child's healthy development cannot be overstated.
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...develop treatments for, even the most severe [[psychosis|psychoses]]. This search for satisfaction via personal involvement with others led Sullivan to chara
...a Human Process,'' which explored the impact of personal experience on the development of [[mental illness]]. Although he was a superior student in [[grade school
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...tticelli biographer Ernst Steinman searched for the artist's psychological development through his Madonnas. In the "deepening of insight and expression in the re
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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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...ory of [[human sexuality]]. She also made significant contributions to the development of a [[psychology]] of women, proposing that rather than viewing woman as j
...is phenomenon as the "tyranny of the shoulds" and the neurotic's hopeless "search for glory".<ref name=Horney3>Horney. ''Neurosis and human growth,'' Chaps.
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... the top level is termed "being" or "growth" needs and are associated with psychological needs. The deficiency needs are the necessities of life which must be met,
...is already in the organism, or more accurately, of what the organism is (''Psychological Review'', 1949).
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