Introduction to the cognitive approach in psychology. Explanation and evaluation of this approach.www.psychologistworld.com/cognitive/approach
... and cognition in biological terms. With Vygotsky's work as a guide, researchers are now using a dual approach to understand what makes and shapes a person's reality and identity. Researchers are taking the social background, language, ...www.psychologistworld.com/cognitive/learning/sociocultural-approach-vygotsky-zone-proximal-development
... in cognition and speech skills. The main criticism is that this method does not go into great detail with aspects of learning speech.
Chomsky's theory focuses more on innate and genetic gifts for learning to speak and comprehend ...www.psychologistworld.com/cognitive/psycho-linguistics/language-acquisition-stages
... and cognition. The "A" here stands for adversity, which can mean the everyday obstacles and difficulty that everyone is forced to deal with just as a consequence of interacting with the world. The "B" stands for belief, and ...www.psychologistworld.com/treatments/rational-emotive-therapy
The role of neurotransmitter dopamine in movement and cognition.www.psychologistworld.com/biological/neurotransmitters/dopamine
... of recognition in the face of the person with the raised hand they might continue – ‘or was a fatherly figure in your life’.
So the information is narrowed down – other information is offered or the statement ...www.psychologistworld.com/cognitive/cold-reading
... faulty cognition and the ways in which it leads to inappropriate and self-defeating behaviors. For those with some knowledge of the history of psychology, even the name of the therapy might cause some confusion, as the disciplines of cognitive ...www.psychologistworld.com/treatments/cognitive-behavioral-therapy
... recognition of them would help a person to overcome problems resulting from the anxiety that they had caused.
Repression may occur in other situations, such as being unable to recall being involved in an accident or other traumatic event, ...www.psychologistworld.com/freud/defense-mechanisms
... facial recognition depends, in part, upon the direction in which the person being identified was originally looking.
Dr. Jessica Taubert, a post-doctoral researcher at the university’s School of Psychology, co-authored the study. Taubert ...www.psychologistworld.com/memory/eye-contact-line-ups-facial-identification-study
What happens when we feel jealous of someone else? A look at jealousy as an emotion in various situations.www.psychologistworld.com/emotion/types-jealousy
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