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*  Spatial memory
... recall of streets was higher in both the route order condition and the map order condition than in the two random conditions. ... In cognitive psychology and neuroscience, spatial memory is the part of memory responsible for recording information about ... Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology Levin, E.D.; Christopher, N.C. (2006). "Effects of clozapine on memory ... 2004). "Double dissociations in visual and spatial short-term memory". Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. 133 (3): ...
*  Implicit memory
In the 'inclusion task' condition, participants were informed that the names from the first session were famous but obscure and ... Jacoby & Kelley, L.L & D.M (1987). "Unconscious influences of memory for a prior event". Personality and Social Psychology ... The probability of saying "yes" in the inclusion condition was the probability of a name being remembered either consciously or ... doi:10.1111/j.1749-6632.1985.tb37579.x. Arwas, S.; Rolnick, A.; Lubow, R.E. (1989). "Conditioned taste aversion in humans using ...
*  Memory consolidation
NMDA-receptor antagonists appear to block the induction of both LTP and fear conditioning and that fear conditioning increases ... Annual Review of Psychology. 55: 51-86. doi:10.1146/annurev.psych.55.090902.142050. PMID 14744210. Bramham, C. R.; Messaoudi, E ... It is important to note that negative results may be examples of conditions where memories are not susceptible to a permanent ... However the need for standardized methods was underscored as in some learning tasks such as fear conditioning, certain forms of ...
*  Professional practice of behavior analysis
Work in respondent conditioning (what some would term classical conditioning) began with the work of Joseph Wolpe in the 1960s ... psychology, special education, regular education, speech-language pathology, communication disorders, school psychology, ... Clinical Psychology Review, 11, 465-485 Patterson, G.R.; Reid, J. & Eddy, J.M. (2002). A brief history of the Oregon Model. In ... Journal of Sports Psychology, 7, 205-222. Martin, G. & Paer, J. (2007). Behavior Modification: What it is and how to do it. 7th ...
*  Dual process theory
Whether the focus be on social psychology or cognitive psychology, there are many examples of dual process theories produced ... Changing the test to be a test of following rules rather than truth and falsity is another condition where the participants ... In psychology, a dual process theory provides an account of how thought can arise in two different ways, or as a result of two ... In cognitive psychology, attention and working memory have also been conceptualized as relying on two distinct processes. ...
*  Fear appeal
Health Psychology Review, 7 (S1), S8-S31. doi:17437199.2012.703527 Witte, K.; Allen, M. (2000). "A meta-analysis of fear ... The proposed severity is considered under the conditions of the current behavior and then under the alternative behavior. The ... Ruiter, R. A. C.; Abraham, C.; Kok, G. (2001). "Scary warnings and rational precautions: A review of the psychology of fear ... Fear appeal is a term used in psychology, sociology and marketing. It generally describes a strategy for motivating people to ...
*  Spontaneous recovery
Journal of Experimental Psychology 136:169-183 Postman, L., Stark, K., & Fraser, J. (1969). Conditions of recovery after ... Proposed views on extinction cues suggest that they reduce the degree to which the test condition matches conditioning. It is ... conditioning. In that context, it refers to the re-emergence of a previously extinguished conditioned response after a delay. ... are mediated by gamma-aminobutyric acid in appetitive conditioning. Journal of Experimental Psychology 35 (2): 224-237 Flaherty ...
*  Recognition memory
Not surprisingly, test results were highest when retrieval conditions matched encoding conditions (those who learned on land ... 544-. ISBN 978-0-262-03308-4. Ellis, R., & Humphreys, G. (1999). Connectionist Psychology. Psychology Press. p. 548-549, ISBN ... Encoding specificity describes how memory performance is enhanced if testing conditions match learning (encoding) conditions. ... Lesions of the anterior perirhinal cortex disrupt fear conditioned to the explicit conditioned stimulus but not to the training ...
*  Richard Bentall
Institute of Psychology Health and Society. Retrieved 15 August 2014. Richard P. Bentall (2013). "Keynote Address: The ... He has previously published research on differences between human and animal operant conditioning and on the treatment of ... Richard Bentall, FBA (born 30 September 1956) is a Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Liverpool in the UK. ... He was eventually promoted to Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Liverpool. In 1999, he accepted a position ...
*  Teddy Temish
"Conditions - Psychology Today". www.psychologytoday.com. Retrieved 7 August 2017. "United States Department of Defense". www. ...
*  Wason selection task
Sperber & Girotto, 2002). Cognition Confirmation bias Logic Necessary and sufficient conditions Psychology of reasoning Wason, ... B. T.; Newstead, Stephen E.; Byrne, Ruth M. J. (1993). Human Reasoning: The Psychology of Deduction. Psychology Press. ISBN 978 ... Psychology Press. p. 8. ISBN 978-0-86377-708-0. The Wason selection task has often been claimed to be the single most ... ISBN 978-0-19-510107-2. Here is the general structure of a Wason selection task - from the Center for Evolutionary Psychology ...
*  Pair by association
Psychology Conditioning Ivan Pavlov Association (psychology) Verbal Behavior Madan et al. 2009 Gilbert & Kesner 2004 Merriam- ... In relation to psychology, pair by association is the action of associating a stimulus with an arbitrary idea or object, ... The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. 67 (5): 955-978. doi:10.1080/17470218.2013.838591. Daniel J. Moran, PhD; ...
*  Learned industriousness
Creativity Learned helplessness Motivation Operant conditioning Persistence (psychology) Reward system Eisenberger, R. (1992). ... high difficulty condition) or no performance standard (low difficulty condition). After completing five rounds of words, the ... this time with an easy/difficult task condition split instead of a constant/progressive difficulty condition split. Not only ... Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 111(1), 180-185. Brandon, T. H., Herzog, T. A., Juliano, L. M., Irvin, J. E., Lazev, A. B., & ...
*  Chaining
Shaping (psychology) Operant conditioning Applied behavior analysis B.F. Skinner (1956). Chaining. The extinction of chained ... W. David Pierce and Carl D. Cheney, Behavior Analysis and Learning, Fourth Edition, Psychology Press, 2008.. ... Chaining is an instructional procedure used in behavioral psychology, experimental analysis of behavior and applied behavior ...
*  Philippine Sports City
The sports plan covers a various programs such as sports medicine-nutrition-sports psychology and conditioning; nutrition; and ...
*  Respondent
In psychology, respondent conditioning is a synonym for classical conditioning or Pavlovian conditioning. Respondent behavior ... The term is used in legal contexts, in survey methodology, and in psychological conditioning. In legal usage, this specifically ... specifically refers to the behavior consistently elicited by a reflexive or classically conditioned stimulus. In population ...
*  Iconology
The interpreter is aware of the essential tendencies of the human mind as conditioned by psychology and world view; he analyses ... or how tendencies of the human mind were expressed by specific themes due to different historical conditions. Moreover, when ... of the history of types and how themes and concepts were expressed by objects and events under different historical conditions ...
*  Foreign exchange market
These elements generally fall into three categories: economic factors, political conditions and market psychology. These ... Market psychology and trader perceptions influence the foreign exchange market in a variety of ways: Flights to quality: ... Internal, regional, and international political conditions and events can have a profound effect on currency markets. All ... the number itself becomes important to market psychology and may have an immediate impact on short-term market moves. "What to ...
*  Australian Institute of Sport
... strength and conditioning, psychology, physical therapies, talent identification, and applied performance research. There are a ...
*  List of MeSH codes (F02)
... conditioning, eyelid MeSH F02.463.425.179.509 --- conditioning, operant MeSH F02.463.425.209 --- critical period (psychology) ... conditioning (psychology) MeSH F02.463.425.179.149 --- automatic behavior MeSH F02.463.425.179.308 --- conditioning, classical ... psychology) MeSH F02.463.425.770.232 --- extinction (psychology) MeSH F02.463.425.770.379 --- knowledge of results (psychology ... psychology) MeSH F02.739.794.793.626 --- oral stage MeSH F02.739.794.837 --- self psychology MeSH F02.739.794.881 --- superego ...
*  Sport in England
Some sports are attempting to adapt to new conditions in which a far higher proportion of English teenagers attend university ... psychology and Performance Lifestyle support. It is based at 8 regional hubs and other satellite centers. The Minister for ... Services include sports medicine, physiotherapy, sports massage, applied physiology, strength and conditioning, nutrition, ... Fiba voted 17-3 in favour of Great Britain receiving their host nation spot at the 2012 Olympic games with one condition, they ...
*  Carlos Pérez Soto
On the social condition of psychology). 1st edition, ARCIS - LOM, Santiago, October 1996, 2nd extended edition LOM, Santiago, ... From there I ventured into epistemology and philosophy of science, critical psychology and anti-psychiatry. From now on I will ... He continued as a university professor, teaching epistemology and philosophy of science in psychology departments, first at the ... School of Psychology), the Andrés Bello National University (School of Sociology), at University of Santiago (Department of ...
*  Cat behaviorist
... conditioning and animal psychology (experimental psychology). Associate behaviorist requirements also need experience along ... The coursework requires several credits in ethology, animal behavior, comparative psychology, animal learning, ... and a fee along with other conditions such as hours to be completed. The Animal Behavior Institute (ABI) provides numerous ...
*  Insufficient justification
They encompass and involve ideas ranging from operant conditioning and behavior psychology to cognitive dissonance and ... As with psychology in general, all concepts and phenomena are subject to change and dispute. There are also certain instances ... Social Psychology. 7th ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 2010. 163-65. Print. Aronson, E., & Carlsmith, J.M. (1963). ... These concepts are a part of social psychology as a whole. All humans will react relatively similarly to certain stimuli, and ...
*  Robert Nurock
His index tracked 10 barometers of market momentum, investor psychology, and monetary conditions. New York Times reported that ...
*  Nursing in Japan
London, England: Psychology Press. ISBN 978-0-415-30579-2. "萩原タケ(ハギワラタケ)日本のナイチンゲール" [Bamboo Hagiwara (Take Hagiwara) The ... Little training was given in how to care for the sick, but students were instructed in hygiene and sanitary conditions for ... They report back to the licensed nurse about a patient's condition. Assistant nurses are always supervised by a dentist, ... Other reasons for the deficit in nursing applicants are poor working conditions, an increase in assigned workloads, the low ...
*  Postcognitive psychology
... is the postmodern condition of a psychology yet to come as proposed by theorist Matthew Giobbi. The ... The Sadomasochistic Dialectic of American Psychology. Psychologists and theorists have discussed the post-cognitive which ... thus leaving the field on a plateau of new ways of doing psychology. http://giobbiart.blogspot.com/ http://www.atropospress.com ... a-postcognitive-negation-the-sadomasochistic-dialectic-of-american-psychology/ http://www.mentalhelp.net/poc/view_doc.php?type= ...