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IB Psychology Course book

Posted by on February 3, 2016 – 01:12 am

IB Psychology Course book

Background One of the leading researchers in memory before Bartlett was the German psychologist Ebbinghaus (1885) who tried to study pure memory and forgetting rates by learning nonsense syllables and then reproducing them. Bartlett (1932) developed a different approach to the study of memory when he asked people to reproduce an unfamiliar story they had read. Bartlett found that people changed the story to fit into their existing knowledge. He argued that memory is an active process rather than a passive tape-recording of experience as suggested…

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First Psychology book

Posted by on January 15, 2016 – 09:55 pm

First Psychology book

Winch’s idea of applying first aid to the mind is unique and effective. I like the parallels he draws to physical injuries. If we apply first aid right away to a physical injury, not only do we minimize the risk of it festering until it requires professional medical intervention, we also accelerate healing. In the same way, when we render first aid to everyday emotional injuries, we’re taking care of them before they increase in intensity and become so deeply imbedded in our psyche that they may be too difficult for us to handle on our own. Most…

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New Psychology books 2015

Posted by on January 3, 2016 – 08:24 pm

New Psychology books 2015

With Emotional Core Therapy (ECT) Mr. Moylan, has discovered the root cause of psychological stress. Also, he has produced the only psychological approach in the world that accurately and successfully treats the root cause of relationship stress. Up until now, the vast majority of therapists, counselors, social workers, psychiatrists, ministers, monks, priests, coaches have been relying on psychology techniques/approaches such as Rational Emotive Therapy/REBT, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy/CBT, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy/DBT, Acceptance and Commitment…

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Psychology used books

Posted by on December 10, 2015 – 03:18 pm

Psychology used books

Want to improve your relationships? Having trouble sleeping? Feeling stuck in your career? Coping with bereavement? Looking to hone your leadership skills? If you’re like many people, you’ll try to solve these and other problems in your life by browsing the website or self-help aisles of your favorite bookstore. Self-improvement books now account for at least a $2.5 billion a year industry in the U.S. alone, increasing since 1972 to at least 2.5% of the total number of books in print. Approximately one-third to one-half of adults in the U.S. have…

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Crime Psychology, book

Posted by on December 7, 2015 – 02:17 pm

Crime Psychology, book

Psychology Press, 2002 - 200 Seiten What does a Criminological Psychologist do? The popular image is that of a latter-day Sherlock Holmes helping the police to solve crimes and mysteries, but the reality is much more complex. Psychology and Crime is a new introduction to the topic of Criminological Psychology that helps dispel these popular myths by providing a comprehensive overview of the topic of Criminological Psychology. The book includes both classic and contemporary psychological theory and research on a range of criminological issues including…

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Work Psychology books

Posted by on November 22, 2015 – 05:14 am

Work Psychology books

Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman, 2011 – If you want to understand how people think and how and why they react, then this is a must read. Daniel Kahneman is a Nobel prize winner in Economics, but this book is all about how people think and react. It s very well written, but I will warn you, it s not an easy read. Plan to spend time reading this one. But it will be worth it for the understanding you get into why we do the things we do. Redirect by Timothy Wilson, 2011 – If you want to know how to make permanent and lasting change in your…

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Dog Psychology books PDF

Posted by on November 6, 2015 – 09:08 pm

Dog Psychology books PDF

To give you a bit of a technical background, in reality there are only four methods that are used to teach dogs the kinds of tasks and behaviors that we humans are interested in having them learn. The first is called positive reinforcement , where the term reinforcement refers to anything that increases the likelihood that the dog will repeat a behavior. The positive refers to the fact that we give the dog something that he wants, like a treat. The second method is called negative reinforcement , where the negative refers to taking something…

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