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Current Issues and Debates in Psychology

Current Issues and Debates in Psychology

Consideration of modern psychological tendencies assures psychologists and psychoanalysts that physiological researches are widely progressing, involving in its scope of inquiry more spheres of human life and thus, bringing into spot new disciplines, methods and research fields. Consequently, the issues put onto discussion grow in number

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16JAN 2020
Evolutionary Psychology textbook

Evolutionary Psychology textbook

I’ve been teaching courses related to evolutionary psychology since 1. I’ve had nearly 1, students take my courses related to evolution and behavior over the years. And I’ve recently authored Evolutionary Psychology 101, a brief textbook on the topic. Based on this experience, I thought it’d be useful to create a brief test of how well people know their evolutionary psychology. Here you go – good luck! 1. In the Expression…

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08JAN 2020
Children mental health disorders

Children mental health disorders

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31DEC 2019
Your Subconscious Mind

Your Subconscious Mind

A new perspective of why we are the way we are, has been introduced by some cutting edge molecular biologists. Foremost among them is former professor of medicine at Stanford University, Dr Bruce Lipton. He says the new science of epigenetics has shown that our genes are in fact controlled and manipulated by how our minds perceive and interpret our environment. It was formerly believed by science that it is our genes themselves…

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23DEC 2019
Degrees in Cognitive Neuroscience

Degrees in Cognitive Neuroscience

Home > Graduate Program > Programs > Cognition and Cognitive Neuroscience The Cognition and Cognitive Neuroscience (CCN) program marshals the talents of over 30 faculty in Psychological Sciences at Vanderbilt to examine fundamental problems in perception, attention, memory, thinking, and problem solving. Specialties within these broad areas of research include: Visual Perception (binocular vision, motion…

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15DEC 2019
Most Dangerous mental disorders

Most Dangerous mental disorders

Sometimes in life you can encounter cases of mental disorders either amongst your family members or friends. Owing to the lack of understanding of the nature of illnesses and the probable cures, such people are treated with stigma and suspicion. There are people who will treat individuals suffering from mental conditions with a lot of harshness or inexplicable pity. It is hence important to have an understanding of the various…

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07DEC 2019
What is Experimental Psychology?

What is Experimental Psychology?

Applicants are normally expected to be predicted or have achieved a first-class or strong upper second-class undergraduate degree with honours (or equivalent international qualifications), as a minimum, in psychology or a cognate discipline that is relevant to your proposed research. For applicants with a degree from the USA, the minimum GPA sought is 3.5 out of 4.0. No Graduate Record Examination (GRE) or GMAT scores are…

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29NOV 2019
Unconscious Mind definition

Unconscious Mind definition

The unconscious mind is a mystery to both ourselves and psychologists. In this lesson, we will investigate how the unconscious mind is explained, and test your understanding with a short quiz. Click next lesson whenever you finish a lesson and quiz. Got It You now have full access to our lessons and courses. Watch the lesson now or keep exploring. Got It You re 25% of the way through this course! Keep going at this rate…

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21NOV 2019
Humanistic view of psychology

Humanistic view of psychology

Reprinted from Humanity and Society (the journal of the Association for Humanist Sociology) Vol 22, No. 3, August 1998 Arthur Warmoth Sonoma State University Past President, Association for Humanistic Psychology The Historical Background of Humanistic Psychology The intellectual ferment that led to humanistic psychology began to in the period before World War II in the writings of men like Alfred Adler, Gordon Allport, Henry…

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