Full Publications List Publications grouped by research area can be found on the solutions page. Dietary nitrate alters the hemodynamic response to visual stimulation. Systematic diagonal and vertical errors in antisaccades and memory-guided saccades. Journal of Eye Movement Research, 3 3:
Used in the field of Cognitive Therapy by EllisBeck Joseph Wolpe Used classical conditioning theory in psychotherapy and introduced Systematic Desensitatization and concepts of reciprocal inhibition which he applied to reduce anxiety.
In treatment he paired relaxation with an anxiety -provoking stimulus until the stimulus no longer produced anxiety. Wolpe — mainly Classical Conditioning a type of learning in which an organism comes to associate stimuli. A neutral stimulus that signals an unconditioned stimulus US begins to produce a response that anticipates and prepares for the unconditioned stimulus.
Also Effect of binocular cues removal on skill abilities Pavlovian or respondent conditioning. Showed that when rats ate a novel substance before being nauseated by a drug or radiation, they developed a conditioned taste aversion for the substance.
Also showed that taste preferences were established by biological predispositions.
Taste Aversion A type of classical conditioning in which a previously desirable or neutral food comes to be perceived as repugnant because it is associated with negative stimulation John Garcia.
Claimed that pencil and paper IQ tests do not capture the full range of human intelligences, and that we all have individual profiles of strengths and weaknesses across multiple intelligence dimensions.
He identified at least eight types of intelligences: Harry Harlow Psychologist who researched the relationship of body contact and nourishment to attachment, using Rhesus monkeys and artificial mothers.
Showed that they needed contact as well as nurishment. Also proving that monkey preferred the soft cloth mother and due to isolation they never learned how to mate. Hermann von Helmholtz German physiologist who demonstrated that the movement of impulses in the nerves and in the brain was not instantaneous, but instead took a small but finite amount of time.
Against Vitalism, believed in the conservation of energy in animals and also modified the Tichromatic theory. The fibers of this are short and stiff near the oval window and long and fleaxible near the apex of the cochlea. Is the opposite of Normative Crisis Model.
Normative crisis model The traditional approach to adult personality development is which views personality development in terms of fairly universal stages, tied to a sequence of age-related crises. Also called the dissociation theory of split consciousness-hynotized part of brain and an independent observer which works independently.
Developed by Ernest Hilgard Hypnosis a social interaction in which one person the hypnotist SUGGESTS to another the subject that certain perceptions, feelings, thoughts, or behaviors will spontaneously occur.
Penis Envy In Psychoanalytic Thought, the desire of girls to posses a penis and therefore have the power that being male represents. Womb Envy The envy of pregnancy, childbirth, and motherhood, which results in the unconscious depreciation of women.
Mens impulse toward creative work may be an over-compensation for their small role in procreation. William James Developed pragmatism Functionalism. One of the founders of modern psychology, and the first to attempt to apply psychology as a science rather than a philosophy.
Edward Titchner He introduced structuralism, and was a student of Wilhelm Wudnt; He also encouraged introspection. Broke onsciousness down into three elements: Teacher of Edward Titchner. Factored in the spurring of research for birth control.
However, began interviewing people about their sexual behaviors in Wolfgang Kohler A Gestalt psychologist who became known for his experiments with chimpanzees and insight in problem solving.
He believed that by perceiving the WHOLE situation, chimps were able to create novel solutions to problems rather than just by trial and error. Through insight, chimps were able to use props in order to retrieve rewards. Also found that certain brain regions specifically, a cluster of cells on the hypothalamus is different in homosexual smaller versus heterosexual men Elizabeth Loftus This psychologist discovered the misinformation effect: After exposure to subtle misinformation, many people misremember; as memory fades with time following an event, the injection of misinformation becomes easier, research on memory construction and the misinformation effect created doubts about the accuracy of eye-witness testimony, Along with John Palmer, showed people a filmed automobile accident, asked how fast cars were going when they smashed or bumped or contacted, asked if they had seen broken glass in the film there was none to study the tendency of people to construct memories based on how they are questioned.
Abraham Maslow A humanistic psychologist who proposed the hierarchy of needs, also developed the view that the human needs for security, love, belonging, self-esteem and self-actualization were more important than physiological needs for food, sleep and sex.
In most cases, the person pressed the button well after the other subject could have died because a person will follow instructions to a fault from authority figures. Masters and Johnson plateau phase the Second phase of the sexual response cycle, during which physical arousal continues to increase as the partners bodies prepare for orgasm.
Masters and Johnson orgasm phase a series of rhythmic contractions of the muscles of the vaginal walls or the penis, also the Third and shortest phase of sexual response. Masters and Johnson resolution phase in sexual intercourse, the stage of relaxation that follows orgasm.
Masters and Johnson Sexual Response Series of psychological and physiological changes that occur in the body during sexual behavior.
Masters and Johnson lost-letter Experiment conducted by Stanley Milgram to test how helpful people are to strangers not present, and their attitudes towards various groups confederate Someone who appears to be a research participant but actually is part of the research team.
Believed all people had a collective unconscious of the past generations, but the connection faded due to modernization. He also believed that Libido was all types of energy not just sexual.
Is also the Father of analytical psychologist.A Time Series Analysis of the Effect of American Economic Sanctions on the Sudanese Economy Schall Ali Safa Jose Parental Perceptions of Toddler's Social Abilities as a Function of Physical Stature Bryniarski Karyl Ann The Effect of Social Media on Stock Prices The Effects of External Cues on the Neuroendocrine System Kellis Cheyenne.
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Even as children's IQs are on a steady march upward over the last century, the last three decades have seen a major drop in children's most basic social and emotional skills—the very abilities that would make them effective workers and leaders, parents and spouses, and members of the community.
Effect Size (ES) Calculations For control group studies, the ES was estimated using Cohen’s d, whereby the difference is derived by the mean control group (students without dyslexia) score minus the mean score from the students with dyslexia group and divided by the pooled standard deviation.
Job Description - Manager Software- Systemtest Mannheim (LEI) Job Description Manager Software- Systemtest Mannheim-LEI About Us Leica Microsystems is a world leader in microscopes and scientific instruments. Introduction to Psychology can be adopted "as is" for use as a complete online course in introductory Psychology, cause-and-effect relationship- changes in one variable cause the changes in the other variable; Binocular Depth Cues.