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*  Cognitive inhibition
Behavioral psychology may play an important part in the development of cognitive inhibition. Cognitive inhibition is believed ... Cognitive inhibition can be seen at work during studies in developmental psychology. An experiment done by Friedman and Leslie ... Joorman, J; K.L. Yoon; U. Zetsche (2007). "Cognitive inhibition in depression". Applied and Preventive Psychology. 12: 128-139 ... Other elements of cognitive inhibition that are studied in developmental psychology include memory formation or memory ...
*  Dual process theory
Whether the focus be on social psychology or cognitive psychology, there are many examples of dual process theories produced ... Automatic and controlled processes (ACP) Cognitive inhibition Dual process model of coping Dual process theory (moral ... 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. ...
*  List of memory biases
Koriat, A.; M. Goldsmith; A. Pansky (2000). "Toward a Psychology of Memory Accuracy". Annual Review of Psychology. 51 (1): 481- ... Memory inhibition: that being shown some items from a list makes it harder to retrieve the other items (e.g., Slamecka, 1968). ... Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 77(2), Martin, G. Neil; Neil R. Carlson; William Buskist (2007). Psychology (3rd ... In psychology and cognitive science, a memory bias is a cognitive bias that either enhances or impairs the recall of a memory ( ...
*  Bruno Klopfer
Placebo (medicine) Projective test Rorschach inkblot test His dissertation was entitled The Psychology of Inhibition. ... In 1947, he was appointed Clinical Professor of Psychology at the University of California at Los Angeles. He remained at UCLA ...
*  Memory inhibition
In psychology, memory inhibition is the ability not to remember irrelevant information. The scientific concept of memory ... "inhibition". Scientifically speaking, memory inhibition is a type of cognitive inhibition, which is the stopping or overriding ... In the early days of psychology, the concept of inhibition was prevalent and influential (e.g., Breese, 1899; Pillsbury, 1908; ... MacLeod (2003) challenged the idea of inhibition in cognitive control, arguing that inhibition can be attributed to conflict ...
*  Transmarginal inhibition
In psychology, Transmarginal inhibition, or TMI, is an organism's response to overwhelming stimuli. Ivan Pavlov enumerated ...
*  List of MeSH codes (F01)
... inhibition (psychology) MeSH F01.145.544.538 --- proactive inhibition MeSH F01.145.544.724 --- reactive inhibition MeSH F01.145 ... psychology) MeSH F01.658.209 --- conflict (psychology) MeSH F01.658.293 --- drive MeSH F01.658.293.391 --- hunger MeSH F01.658. ... psychology) MeSH F01.658.642 --- instinct MeSH F01.658.650 --- intention MeSH F01.658.780 --- power (psychology) MeSH F01.658. ... psychology) MeSH F01.752.747.347 --- id MeSH F01.752.747.385 --- identification (psychology) MeSH F01.752.747.385.200 --- ...
*  Impulsivity
The posterior association cortex and subcortical pathways are implicated in this sort of inhibition. Recent psychology research ... Behavioral Inhibition is the suppression of prepotent response. Behavioral inhibition is usually measured using the Go/No Go ... Motivational inhibition and response in the face of punishment can be measured using tasks tapping inhibition of primary ... Oculomotor Inhibition is the effortful suppression of reflexive saccade. Oculomotor inhibition is tested using antisaccade and ...
*  Gordon Logan (academic)
Stop Signal paradigm which is generally cited as the standard method of studying cognitive inhibition in cognitive psychology ... Journal of Experimental Psychology Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 36(6), 1369-1380. Logan, G. D. (1994). "On the ability to ... "Cognitive Psychology". Committee on Publication Ethics. Retrieved 10 May 2017. Official biography at Vanderbilt [1] [2] "APA ... He is the editor-in-chief of Cognitive Psychology. Logan was elected to membership in the Society of Experimental Psychologists ...
*  Psychoanalysis
Ego psychology was initially suggested by Freud in Inhibitions, Symptoms and Anxiety (1926). The theory was refined by Hartmann ... Martin Seligman, a prominent academic in positive psychology wrote, "Thirty years ago, the cognitive revolution in psychology ... and how that anxiety could lead to an inhibition of mental functions, such as intellect and speech. Inhibitions, Symptoms and ... Alfred Adler developed the school of thought known as individual psychology, while Carl Jung established analytical psychology ...
*  Carl Seashore
D in psychology for his dissertation on the role of inhibition in learning. After a trip to Europe and a subsequent fellowship ... Seashore was particularly interested in audiology, the psychology of music, the psychology of speech and stuttering, the ... The Psychology of Musical Talent (New York: Silver, Burdett and Company, 1919) Introduction to Psychology (New York, Macmillan ... In 1905, he was made chairman of the Philosophy and Psychology Department and in 1908, he was made Dean of the Graduate School ...
*  Varied practice
Unifying themes for educational psychology. Educational Psychology Review, 11, 1-88. Edwards, J. M., Elliott, D., & Lee, T. D ... Dempster, F. N., & Corkill, A. J. (1999). Interference and inhibition in cognition and behavior: ... Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 15, 517-526. Craik, F. I. M., & Tulving, E. (1975). Depth ... Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 104, 268-294. Del Rey, P., Whitehurst, M., & Wood, J. (1983). Effects of ...
*  Backward inhibition
In experimental psychology, backward inhibition is a theory of sequential task control that asserts switching between tasks ... The role of backward inhibition. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 129, 4-26.. ...
*  John Maze
Boag, S. (2007). "'Real processes' and the explanatory status of repression and inhibition". Philosophical Psychology. 20: 375- ... Maze's theoretical psychology extended from analyses of psychoanalytic metapsychology, to critique of concerns of psychology ... Turtle, A.M. (1997). "Institution, ideology, icon: Psychology at Sydney 1921-1996". Australian Journal of Psychology. 49: 121- ... In respect to content, Maze refined a view of psychology as "the study of how cognition shapes behaviour in the service of the ...
*  Jerome Kagan
"Infant Predictors of Behavioral Inhibition". British Journal of Developmental Psychology. 26 (1): 145-150. doi:10.1348/ ... He was accepted at Yale University to study Psychology, where he earned his Ph.D. and he earned his master's degree from ... He is one of the key pioneers of developmental psychology. Kagan has shown that an infant's "temperament" is quite stable over ... He chose to study psychology due to his attraction in being a scientist and to preserve his grandfather's interest in human ...
*  Inhibition of return
Treisman, A.; Gelade, G. (1980). "A feature-integration theory of attention". Cognitive Psychology. 12 (1): 97-136. doi:10.1016 ... Posner and Cohen proposed three explanations for inhibition: inhibition results from having two alternative positions, ... inhibition could result from moving attention away from a cued stimulus back to the fixation point, and inhibition may occur ... One form of cue that can be implemented in an inhibition of return task are exogenous cues. Exogenous cues are stimuli that are ...
*  Rumination (psychology)
Pennebaker, J. W. (1989). "Confession, inhibition, and disease". Advances in Experimental Social Psychology. 22: 211-244. Rose ... "Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology", "29(10)", 1057-1073., Nolen-Hoeksema, S (1987). "Sex differences in unipolar ... Clinical Psychology Review. 29 (2): 116-128. doi:10.1016/j.cpr.2008.10.003. Nolen-Hoeksema, S.; S.A., Roberts J.E., Gotlib I.H ... Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 100 (4): 569-582. doi:10.1037/0021-843x.100.4.569. PMID 1757671. Smith, J. M.; Alloy, L. B. ( ...
*  Negative priming
Attention Inhibition of return Priming (psychology) Thought suppression Working memory Mayr, S. & A. Buchner (2007) Negative ... The original inhibition account proposed that inhibition occurs only when the distractors are suppressed. The Houghton-Tipper ... Due to the issues found with the distractor inhibition model, Tipper and Houghton modified the distractor inhibition model to ... This is referred to as the transient residual inhibition. This inhibition also impairs the processing of an appropriate ...
*  Methods used to study memory
Journal of Experimental Psychology, 47, 285-293. Shaffer, D., & Wood, E., & Willoughby, T. (2005). Developmental Psychology: ... Briggs, G. E. (1954). Acquisition, extinction, and recovery functions in retroactive inhibition. ... Journal of Applied Psychology. Kamitani, Y., & Sawahata, T. (2010). Spatial smoothing hurts localization but not information: ... The American Psychological Association uses a strict ethical code concerning research in psychology. A major complication that ...
*  External inhibition
Wenger, M. A. (1936). "External inhibition and disinhibition produced by duplicate stimuli". The American Journal of Psychology ... Pennypacker, H. S. (1964). "External inhibition of the conditioned eyelid reflex". Journal of Experimental Psychology. 67 (1): ... Through this study, Pennypacker confirmed the observation of external inhibition on the human level. External inhibition was ... External inhibition is the observed decrease of the response of a conditioned reaction when an external (distracting) stimulus ...
*  Non-Instrumental Movement Inhibition
"Restless mind, restless body". Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 40 (3): 660-668. doi: ... Non-Instrumental Movement Inhibition (NIMI) is a psychological phenomenon; it is a form of embodied behavior, where the body ... Modern experiments suggesting that movement inhibition (and NIMI) were quantifiable and related to flow or interest were ... Frontiers in Psychology. 7. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00157. ISSN 1664-1078. Theodorou, Lida; Healey, Patrick (2017). "What can ...
*  Memory and aging
This can be attributed to the inhibition effect. Inhibition caused participants to take longer time in recalling or recognizing ... Thorton, R.; Light L. "Language compensation and production in normal aging" (PDF). Handbook of Psychology and Aging. 6: 1-16. ... "Older Adults' Use of Metacognitive Knowledge in Source Monitoring: Spared Monitoring but Impaired Control" (PDF). Psychology ... "Age Dissociates Recency and Lag Recency Effects in Free Recall" (PDF). Journal of Experimental Psychology. American ...
*  Semantic satiation
Duncan, C.P. (1956). "On the similarity between reactive inhibition and neural satiation". American Journal of Psychology. 69 ( ... This is known to cause reactive inhibition, hence a reduction in the intensity of the activity with each repetition. Jakobovits ... Don, V.J.; Weld, H.P. (1924). "Lapse of meaning with visual fixation". American Journal of Psychology. 35 (3): 446-450. doi: ... Wertheimer, M. (1958). "The relation between the sound of a word and its meaning". American Journal of Psychology. 71 (2): 412- ...
*  External validity
Latane, B.; Darley, J.M. (1968). "Group inhibition of bystander intervention". Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 10 ... Research in psychology experiments attempted in universities are often criticized for being conducted in artificial situations ... In D. Gilbert, S. Fiske, & G. Lindzey (Eds.), The handbook of social psychology. (4th ed., Vol. 1, pp. 99-142.) New York: ... In G. Lindzey & E. Aronson(Eds.), The Handbook of social psychology. (Vol. 2, pp. 1-79.) Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley. Aronson, ...
*  Writing therapy
... although inhibition may play a part, the observed benefits of writing are not entirely due to reductions in inhibition. An ... Psychology & Health. 17 (5): 571-581. doi:10.1080/08870440290025786. Morisano, D.; Hirsh, J.B.; Peterson, J.B.; Pihl, R.O. & ... Pennebaker JW, Beall SK (Aug 1986). "Confronting a traumatic event: toward an understanding of inhibition and disease". Journal ... Journal of Applied Psychology. 95 (2): 255-264. doi:10.1037/a0018478. PMID 20230067. Archived from the original (PDF) on June 2 ...
*  Olfactory receptor neuron
Schacter, Daniel L. (2014). Psychology. p. 167. ISBN 1464106037. Cunningham, A.M.; Manis, P.B.; Reed, R.R.; Ronnett, G.V. (1999 ... Wei, J; Zhao, AZ; Chan, GC; Baker, LP; Impey, S; Beavo, JA; Storm, DR (1998). "Phosphorylation and inhibition of olfactory ...
*  Inhibition theory
The Poisson Inhibition Model. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 39, 265-273. van der Ven, A.H.G.S., Gremmen, F.M. and Smit, J ... This model is known as the gamma - or Poisson inhibition model (see Smit and van der Ven, 1995). Inhibition theory has ... Additionally, the concept of inhibition or reactive inhibition which is also latent, is introduced. The assumption is made that ... For a work interval starting at t0 with inhibition level y0=Y(t0) the transition rate at time t0+t is given by λ1(t) = l1(y0+ ...