Biopsychology (Brain and Behavior) More in Theories Biological Psychology Behavioral Psychology Cognitive Psychology Developmental Psychology Personality Psychology Social Psychology Psychosocial Psychology Biopsychology is a branch of psychology that analyzes how the brain, neurotransmitters, and other aspects of our biology influence our behaviors, thoughts, and feelings. This field of psychology is often referred to by a variety of names including biopsychology, physiological psychology, behavioral neuroscience, and psychobiology. Biopsychologists often look at how biological processes interact with emotions, cognitions, and other mental processes. The field of biopsychology is related to several other areas, including comparative psychology and evolutionary psychology. Brief History While biopsychology might seem like a fairly recent development thanks to the introduction of advanced tools and technology for examining the brain, the roots of the field date back thousands of years to the time ...
An American Psychological Association (APA) Presidential Citation was awarded to Don Dewsbury, Professor Emeritus. Don was a student of Frank A. Beach and was himself a mentor to countless students. In making the citation, President Anthony Puente stated: Don is a beacon and benchmark for psychology. A review of his vita provides an illustration of what was important to him. These include 250+ publications in animal behavior, 100+publications in history of science as well as of psychology, 18 books edited or written ranging from textbooks to reference books, president of three divisions of APA and the Animal Behavior Society, Animal Behavior Society Exemplar Award winner, historian or archivist for several scientific organizations, and 25 years of continuous support from the National Science Foundation.. His contribution to the history of psychology is even more unusual considering that his contribution to animal and comparative psychology were exemplary and make him arguably the premier ...
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Just enter your email below and Ill email you a download link to your free Reaction Time Experiment Printable with instructions, data sheet, and reaction time table! Whose reaction time is faster? In comparative psychology, however, reaction time has played a much smaller role than it has in human experiments. stimuli in recognition and choice experiments. At the beginning of the investigation the re- action times wererather longer, butwithoutanydifficulty anaverage could be obtained based onextremely uniform series. occurs 13/16 of the time, with the other three each occurring 1/16 of the time. Donders Method of Subtraction can be used with reaction time measures in a variety of areas in experimental psychology, not just with Stroop or conflict paradigms. Here is example of paper that uses it - check Experiment 2 on page 144: 422 f.). B : process the stimulus. This was an experiment where I was the experimenter. Increase your sample size and automate your data collection with experiment ...
Students enrolled in Behavior Modification conduct their laboratory investigations in local public schools where the fundamentals of behavior modification techniques are learned through supervised work with school children. Field laboratories in Comparative Psychology include observations of osprey behavior aboard the Colleges research vessel on the Chester River, the study of social interaction in white-tailed deer, waterfowl, and other animals, in the forests of a nearby wildlife refuge. Fieldtrips to the National Zoo and New Bolton Equine Center have also been part of recent classes. Students in child assessment observe children at local day care centers and test the cognitive skills of child volunteers with special needs. Internships are available at local community mental health clinics and counseling centers. ...
In 1913, the attack was launched. In one of the most famous lectures[15] in the history of psychology, Watson called for a radical revisioning of the scope and method of psychological research. Introspection was to be abandoned in favor of the study of behavior. Behavior was to be evaluated in its own right, independent of its relationship to any consciousness that might exist. The concept of consciousness was to be rejected as an interpretive standard and eschewed as an explanatory device. As an objective, natural science, psychology was to make no sharp distinction between human and animal behavior; and its goal was to develop principles by which behavior could be predicted and controlled.. Published in the Psychological Review shortly after its delivery and incorporated within the first chapter of Watsons 1914 Behavior: A Textbook of Comparative Psychology,[16] this lecture would eventually come to be known as the behaviorist manifesto. Contrary to what is sometimes said, however, ...
Ashton, R & De Lillo, C. (2011). Association, inhibition and object permanence in dogs (Canis familiaris) spatial search. Journal of Comparative Psychology. 125(2): 194-206.. Bennett. M., Duke, P.A. & Fuggetta, G. (2014). Event-related potential N270 delayed and enhanced by the conjunction of relevant and irrelevant perceptual mismatch. Psychophysiology. 51(5):456-463 De Lillo, C., Kirby, M. & Poole, D. (2016) Spatio-Temporal Structure, Path Characteristics, and Perceptual Grouping in Immediate Serial Spatial Recall. Frontiers in Psychology, Volume 7 , Article 1686.. De Lillo, C. Kirby, M. & James, F.C. (2014). Spatial working memory in immersive virtual reality foraging: path organisation, travelling distance and search efficiency in humans (Homo sapiens). American Journal of Primatology, 76: 436-446.. De Lillo, C. & James, F.C. (2012). Spatial working memory for clustered and linear configurations of sites in a virtual reality foraging task. Cognitive Processing. 13(Suppl1): S243-246.. De ...
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Why do some species make and use tools while others do not? Why are some animals able to learn from each other socially, while others do not exhibit this ability? Does food storage require special memory skills, and why have these abilities evolved in some lineages but not in others? While comparative psychologists have discovered significant differences in the types of problems that animals solve and the ways in which they solve them, relatively little effort has been devoted to uncovering the evolutionary processes by which differences in cognition evolve. More generally, we can ask: Are there ecological or life history traits that predict differences in problem solving ability and point to the selection pressures that shape cognition? Our NESCent working group will unite comparative psychology with advances in evolutionary methods. This goal will be achieved through analyses by the group and by providing a roadmap for evolutionary-driven data collection in future research. Major output from ...
Reviews the book, The neurobiology of behavior: An introduction by Gordon J. Mogenson (see record 1979-07878-000). The first chapter of this textbook deals with factors that influence motivated behaviors. This approach is continued throughout the book with emphasis on the multiply determined aspects of behavior, incorporating ethology, comparative psychology, neurobiology, hormonal influences, and other factors. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2017 APA, all rights reserved); Review-Book ...
Journal of Comparative Psychology 2001, Vol. 115, No. 2, 122-126 Copyright 2001 by the American Psychological Association, inc. 0735-7036/01/55.00 DOI: 10.1037//0735-7036.115.2.122 Comprehension of Human Communicative Signs in Pet Dogs (Canis familiaris) Krisztina Soproni and Ádám Miklósi József Topál Eötvös Loránd University Hungarian Academy of Sciences Vi lmos Csányi Eötvös Loránd University On the basis of a study by D. J. Povinelli, D. T. Bierschwale, and C. G. Cech (1999), the performance of family dogs (Cants familiaris) was examined in a 2-way food choice task in which 4 types of directional cues were given by the experimenter: pointing and gazing, head-nodding (at target), head turning above the correct container (above target), and glancing only (eyes only). The results showed that the performance of the dogs resembled more closely that of the children in D. J. Povinelli et al.s study, in contrast to the chimpanzees performance in the same study. It seems that dogs, ...
I am interested in taking a multi-disciplinary approach to the study of animal behaviour and welfare that draws on knowledge from comparative psychology and the application of multivariate statistical analysis.. Canine Atopic Dermatitis. My current work is as post-doctoral lead for a Dogs Trust funded project investigating the genetic and environmental risk factors for canine atopic dermatitis. The research group includes myself, Dr Sarah Blott, Dr Stephen Shaw and Professor Gary England.. The most common cause of skin allergy with associated itching in the dog is canine atopic dermatitis (cAD). It affects more than 10% of all dogs in the UK and is a lifelong condition that causes recurring flare-ups of itchy (pruritic), often inflamed and damaged skin. This condition has detrimental affects on the dogs quality of life causing pain and discomfort resulting in interrupted normal behaviour when dogs stop to chew, lick or scratch themselves, and can be a frustrating condition for the owner to ...
It is now well established that the time course of perceptual processing influences the first second or so of performance in a wide variety of cognitive tasks. Over the last 20 years, there has been a shift from modelling the speed at which a display is processed, to modelling the speed at which different features of the display are perceived and formalizing how this perceptual information is used in decision making. The first of these models (Lamberts, 1995) was implemented to fit the time course of performance in a speeded perceptual categorization task and assumed a simple stochastic accumulation of feature information. Subsequently, similar approaches have been used to model performance in a range of cognitive tasks including identification, absolute identification, perceptual matching, recognition, visual search, and word processing, again assuming a simple stochastic accumulation of feature information from both the stimulus and representations held in memory. These models are typically fit to
It is well understood that more efficient decision making can be achieved if an agent holds estimates of uncertainty alongside the primary-information used to make a decision. Incorporating uncertainty into decision making would seem to be a sensible thing for insects to do, however there is little evidence to point to this. Perry and Barron address this issue by looking…
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We argue that cognitive empathy and other instances of mental state attribution are a byproduct of self-awareness. Evidence is brought to bear on this proposition from comparative psychology, early child development, ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Olfactory bulbectomy induced oxidative and cell damage in rat. T2 - Protective effect of melatonin. AU - Tasset, Inmaculada. AU - Medina, F. J.. AU - Peña, J.. AU - Jimena, I.. AU - muñoz, M. del Carmen. AU - Salcedo, M.. AU - Ruiz, C.. AU - Feijóo, M.. AU - Montilla, P.. AU - Túnez, I.. PY - 2010. Y1 - 2010. N2 - In this study we analyzed the effects of melatonin (Mel, 1 mg/kgip) on behavioral changes as well as cell and oxidative damage prompted by bilaterally olfactory bulbectomy. Olfactory bulbectomy caused an increase in lipid peroxidation products and caspase-3, whereas it prompted a decrease of reduced glutathione (GSH) content and antioxidative enzymes activities. Additionally, olfactory bulbectomy induced behavioral changes characterized by the enhancement of immobility time in the forced swim test and hyperactivity in the open field test. All these changes were normalized by treatment of Mel (14 days). Our data show that Mel has a beneficial neuropsychiatric action ...
We must each know that each other knows.. Only if all of these conditions are met can we have perfect understanding. Lets pursue the following in the context of a new designer seeking to place work with an experienced sewing contractor.. The problem in working with new designers is not that they dont know much per se, its that there is no meta-cognition. A designer doesnt know what they know and they dont know what the other party knows. The contractor knows the designer must know something but doesnt know what that might be. The two parties have to talk a bit which amounts to a negotiation of sorts. Terminology can be a touch stone; each party takes measure of the other based on how they define terms. Hopefully terms can become a shared language so meta cognition can develop quickly. This is why it is extremely important to use the right definitions.. For example, if a designer were to say manufacturer when they meant sewing contractor, the sewing contractor will know theyre dealing ...
After bilateral olfactory bulbectomy in rats a significant increase of norepinephrine (NE) level in the hypothalamus was found. However, no difference was observed between hypothalamic NE turnover of bulbectomized and sham operated animals. In the amygdaloid cortex the NE level was not affected by bulbectomy. In this area, however, the ... read more NE turnover appeared to be decreased after bulbectomy. The latter finding may be related to the deficits in passive avoidance behaviour as found in bulbectomized rats. show less ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Enhancement of NMDA receptor-mediated synaptic potential evoked in rat medial-amygdala neuron following olfactory bulbectomy. AU - Nakanishi, Hiroshi. AU - Ukai, Kiyoharu. AU - Nakagawa, Terutake. AU - Watanabe, Shigenori. AU - Kamata, Osamu. AU - Yamamoto, Kenji. PY - 1990/11/5. Y1 - 1990/11/5. N2 - Synaptic potentials evoked in the medial amygdala (m-AMG) neurons were studied in in vitro slice preparations obtained from normal and olfactory bulbectomized rats. Local stimulation induced a sequence of responses: a fast EPSP, a fast IPSP and a slow EPSP. The fast EPSP was suppressed by kynurenic acid (KYN) at a concentration of 1 mM but not by 3-[(±)-2-carboxypiperazin-4-yl-]-propyl-1-phosphonic acid (CPP) at a concentrations up to 20 μM. The slow EPSP was reversibly blocked by both KYN (1 mM) and CPP (5-10 μM). Addition of bicuculline methiodide (50 μM) to the bath suppressed the fast IPSP and augmented both the fast and slow EPSPs leading to burst discharges. In a small ...
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The Yerkes National Primate Research Center in Atlanta, Georgia, is one of seven national primate research centers funded by the National Institutes of Health. It is known for its biomedical and behavioral studies with nonhuman primates. Its 25-acre (10 ha) Main Station contains most of the centers biomedical research laboratories. The center also includes the 117-acre (47 ha) Yerkes Field Station near Lawrenceville, Georgia. The center was established in 1930 by Robert Yerkes, in Orange Park, Florida, associated then with Yale University. Yerkes was a pioneering primatologist who specialized in comparative psychology. In 1965, it relocated to its present location on the campus of Emory University. The Field Station houses 3,400 animals, specializes in behavioral studies of primate social groups, and is located 30 miles (48 km) northeast of Atlanta, on 117 acres (47 ha) of wooded land. The Living Links Center is a part of the Yerkes National Primate Research Center run by primatologist Frans De ...
Abstract. Perceptual categorization is fundamental to the brains remarkable ability to process large amounts of sensory information and efficiently recognize objects including speech. Perceptual categorization is the neural bridge between lower-level sensory and higher-level language processing. A long line of research on the physical properties of the speech signal as determined by the anatomy and physiology of the speech production apparatus has led to descriptions of the acoustic information that is used in speech recognition (e.g., stop consonants place and manner of articulation, voice onset time, aspiration). Recent research has also considered what visual cues are relevant to visual speech recognition (i.e., the visual counter-parts used in lipreading or audiovisual speech perception). Much of the theoretical work on speech perception was done in the twentieth century without the benefit of neuroimaging technologies and models of neural representation. Recent progress in understanding ...
There are at least two basal cell populations in the olfactory epithelium that could give rise to olfactory neurons during development, in the normal adult, and after experimentally induced receptor cell death. These populations have been subdivided as horizontal (HBC) and globose (GBC) basal cells on the basis of morphological criteria and by staining with antibodies against cytokeratin. HBCs are positive for cytokeratin while GBCs are negative. We have studied which cell type is induced to divide during receptor cell regeneration stimulated by olfactory bulbectomy using a combination of immunocytochemistry and autoradiography. By examining which population increases its labeling index with 3H-thymidine (3H- TdR) at various times after bulbectomy, it is shown that there is an increase in 3H-TdR uptake in the cytokeratin-negative GBCs with no change in the cytokeratin-positive HBCs. This suggests that the GBCs are specifically induced to divide in response to cues that accompany receptor cell ...
As a result the toxin is gradually neutralised and the microbes killed. This outline of a description of a process of infection is at the same time a description of a species-typical re action to a serious attack on the body. It may very weIl be that every part of the body has, during this process, given its species-typical contribution to the ultimate goals of survival and reproduction. In fact, the infectious disease can be seen as the species-typical re action to the circumstance of a certain microbial invasion. This simple structure presupposes that there is an opportunity for action. Consider the case of the revolutionary. A precondition for his creating a revolution in the way depicted by the action-chain is that he puts hirnself in a position to shoot the tyrant. He must obtain a gun, and transport hirns elf to a place within shooting distance of the tyrant. The accomplishment of creating a revolution by killing the tyrant, then, presupposes previous actions and these actions are ...
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Background : Metacognitive beliefs interact with emotional disorders and this matter can be used in educational programs and psychological interventions. The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between metacognitive beliefs and anxiety and depression. Materials and Methods: In this correlation study, at first, 140 persons were chosen with ...
Metacognitive awareness means being aware of how you think. In the ELT classroom, it means being aware of how you learn. Developing metacognitive awareness is an important part of helping learners become more effective and, importantly, more autonomous. If learners are conscious of how they learn then they can identify the most effective ways of doing so. Example ...
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Norwegian researchers have found that a specific type of therapy - termed metacognition - significantly reduces the risk of relapse. Metacognitive therapy
He spent a great deal of time thinking about thinking (meta-cognition). He encouraged me to pursue a PhD and was very proud of the work I have been doing when I last visited with him. He lamented his own choice of not pursuing a higher academic degree for himself. His professional work involved designing and managing very complex systems. He liked video games, music, and poetry as hobbies. He spent time thinking very deeply about people and how the world works. He pursued knowledge and argued vehemently against belief. He strongly felt that what was real, what was verifiable, was most important. He was a good father, but maybe not so good of a husband or boyfriend. Many people who knew him thought he was a genius. He was my brother and Im having a hard time dealing with his passing ...
Humans have the capacity to evaluate the success of cognitive processes, known as metacognition. Convergent evidence supports a role for anterior prefrontal cortex in metacognitive judgements of perceptual processes. However, it is unknown whether metacognition is a global phenomenon, with anterior prefrontal cortex supporting metacognition across domains, or whether it relies on domain-specific neural substrates. To address this question, we measured metacognitive accuracy in patients with lesions to anterior prefrontal cortex (n = 7) in two distinct domains, perception and memory, by assessing the correspondence between objective performance and subjective ratings of performance. Despite performing equivalently to a comparison group with temporal lobe lesions (n = 11) and healthy controls (n = 19), patients with lesions to the anterior prefrontal cortex showed a selective deficit in perceptual metacognitive accuracy (meta-d/d, 95% confidence interval 0.28-0.64). Crucially, however, the anterior
Metacognitive skills are amongst the burning concept since the couple of decades, when John Flavell first introduced it. This notion is commonly described as thinking about thinking. Thinking about thinking is not just thinking about thinking, this concept is multidimensional in nature. Metacognition is a higher order thinking. Therefore, the main purpose of this study was to assess metacognitive awareness in prospective teachers. And to find out that how much our teachers training institutions are successfully contributing in developing such awareness in prospective teachers. Furthermore, this study also aims to contribute its part in enriching the literature by assessing the relationship between metacognition and academic achievement.. Published in: Canada International Conference on Education, 2018. ...
The journal "Metacognition and Learning" addresses various components of metacognition, such as metacognitive awareness, experiences, knowledge, and executive ...
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I describe two aspects of metacognition, knowledge of cognition and regulation of cognition, and how they are related to domain-specific knowledge and cogn
Why are we prone to make mistakes in light of misleading information, even when accurate information is right there in front of us?. Demonstration #1. Before we get started on addressing this question, I would like to you to try to answer another very straightforward question: Are there more words in the English language that begin with the letter r or have r as their third letter?. The answer, as some, though likely not all, may have guessed (without reading ahead, of course!) was that there are more words that have r as the third letter. In reality, there are nearly twice as many words that have the letter r in the third position as opposed to the first position by some estimates. Most people guess that there are more words that begin with r because such words are easier to generate; however, there are apparently many more words that have r as the third letter (see Tversky and Kahneman, 1973). To name a few as examples: car, bird, warm, xerox, etc.. But why does this seem so counterintuitive? ...
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The Metacognition and Motivation thrust has two broad goals, 1) to develop a better understanding of how metacognitive processes and motivation interact with learner factors to influence robust student learning outcomes and 2) to test whether and how student learning environments can leverage improved metacognition and motivation to increase the robustness of student learning. Our research will focus on a small number of metacognitive abilities (e.g., help seeking, self-explanation, interpreting peer feedback, and interpreting textual descriptions of domain principles), and a broader range of affective and motivational variables including: challenge perception, boredom, frustration, performance goals, and off-task behavior. The Metacognition and Motivation thrust builds on the Coordinative Learning (CL) cluster, while bringing a significant shift of focus. The M&M thrust continues some of the work in the Coordinative Learning cluster that focused on the metacognitive aspects of coordinating ...
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Self-recognition was long believed to be unique to humans. However, it was established more than 30 years ago that the great apes are capable of recognizing themselves in the mirror, and more recently it has been found that dolphins and elephants can too. Now Prior et al provide the first evidence of mirror self-recognition in…. ...
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Researchers have found evidence that rats are capable of metacognition-that is, they can possess knowledge of their own cognitive states. This ability, which can also be thought of as the capacity to assess or reflect on ...
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Are evolutionary psychologys core assumptions radical and extraordinary? Many people still think so. From a biological perspective, however, it would actually be far more extraordinary if these assumptions were wrong than if they were right.
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