The nature of thinking and measurement of mental abilities.
Exploring what beliefs are, their formation, the evolutionary purpose of beliefs, and how they are influenced by emotions and motivated reasoning.
The humanism approach and the behaviorist approach to educating adult learners are different from one another. Both camps are interested in teaching adult learners. Utilizing both methods in a classro
Cognitive Dissonance is a personal bias that we may experience in our own lives or see in others. Being aware of it may help you develop a keener focus on your goals and achieve a greater level of comfort.
Everything you need to know about Atkinson and Shiffrin's Multi-Store Model of Memory for your AS Level Psychology exam!
Cognitive Dissonance is a term social psychologist use to describe the emotional response patients suffer when confronted with information that does not agree with their world view or normal paradigm.
Digit Span Experiment
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 four theories of emotion - Ekman's basic emotions, social constructivism, emotional dimensions, and Lazarus' cognitive appraisal theory.
David McRaney, a journalist with interests in psychology and blogging learned about cognitive distortions and used narrative journalism to explore these distortions on his blog. His blog posts became part of his book, "You are Not so Smart" that is considered one of the best psychology books of...