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...viors 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
The role of neurotransmitter dopamine in movement and cognition.
...ng 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 psy
...eption or cognition is a subset of unconscious cognition where the forms of unconscious cognition also include attending to one signal in a noisy environment while unconsciously keeping track of other signals (e.g one voice out of many in a crowde
...d social cognition. The onset is typically in late adolescence and early adulthood, with males tending to show symptoms earlier than females. Psychiatrist Emil Kraepelin was first to make the distinction between what he called dementia praecox
...nd social cognition. Adapted from: Wikipedia Portions Copyright 2006-10 Psychologist World (http://www.psychologistworld.com). Psychology resources, articles, evaluations, explanations and more.
Introduction to the sociocultural approach and an exploration of how our culture influences the way in which we learn and think.
...spects of cognition, nor purely on the impact of environment on behavior, but rather felt that the emphasis of psychological study should be on the particulars of human experience. For the humanist psychologist, the goal of psychological study isn't