What is meant by accuracy in second or foreign language acquisition and how does it relate to fluency and complexity?
When we receive information which conflicts with, and is incompatible with, our preconceived beliefs we often go into a state of cognitive dissonance and we become more swayed towards our own beliefs.
Are all of your thoughts, fears, and desires really your own? How easily can you be conditioned and controlled without your conscious mind's awareness?
Exploring what beliefs are, their formation, the evolutionary purpose of beliefs, and how they are influenced by emotions and motivated reasoning.
How Does Anxiety Affect Our Beliefs? - Exploring the affect infusion model, motivated reasoning, repression, and cognitive dissonance.
This hub explains and critically analyses bottom-up theories of sensation and perception within the realm of cognitive psychology. These include template, prototype and feature-detection theories.
Three Types of Emotional Belief - Including the attribution theory of emotion and mood, sentiments, motivated reasoning, and the affect infusion model.
Digit Span Experiment
The cognitive component is really the thought process behind attitude. Has it ever happened that people called you out on what you are thinking about when they could not have possibly thought of
Forgetfulness is an unwelcome product of human evolution and the process of neurogenesis. Recent psychology research can explain why we forget things.