Diffusion of innovations Transtheoretical model Funk, D. C. & James, J. D. (2001). "The psychological continuum model: A ... The psychological continuum model (PCM) is a framework to organise prior literature from various academic disciplines to ... The psychological connection towards a sport, event, team or leisure hobby strengthens. Internal processes become more ... The overall evaluation of an object at a specific stage is the product of the processing of personal, psychological and ...
The six-factor model of psychological well-being is a theory developed by Carol Ryff which determines six factors which ... Carol Ryff's Model of Psychological Well-being The Six Criteria of Well-Being Diener, Ed (1994). "Assessing subjective well- ... The Six Criteria of Well-Being Tricia A. Seifert, The Ryff Scales of Psychological Well-Being Ryff's Psychological Well-Being ... Neuroticism is the strongest Big Five predictor of psychological well-being, correlating negatively with psychological well- ...
The Item Response Theory has three models. They are one parameter logistic model, two parameter logistic model and three ... Structural Equations Modeling; hierarchical linear modelling, etc. are very useful for psychological statistics. There are many ... Psychometrics deals with measurement of psychological attributes. It involves developing and applying statistical models for ... Psychometrika Educational and Psychological Measurement Assessment American Journal of Evaluation Applied Psychological ...
Hall JA (1992). "Psychological-mindedness: a conceptual model". American Journal of Psychotherapy. 46 (1): 131-40. doi:10.1176/ ... Psychological mindedness (PM) is expected to be related to psychological strength and negatively related to weakness. One study ... encouraging listening and psychological mindedness. Social workers having psychological mindedness in relation to themselves, ... "Psychological mindedness" was the concept and the phrase that seemed to bind everything together. This work has led to the ...
"Journals Ranked by Impact: Social Sciences, Mathematical Models". 2021 Journal Citation Reports. Web of Science (Social ... Applied Psychological Measurement is abstracted and indexed in Scopus and the Social Sciences Citation Index. According to the ... Applied Psychological Measurement is a peer-reviewed academic journal published by SAGE Publications. The journal covers ... The journal's editor-in-chief is John R. Donoghue (Educational Testing Service). Applied Psychological Measurement was featured ...
"Model Act for State Licensure of Psychologists". APA.org. Retrieved December 14, 2012. "Division Officers Handbook". APA.org. ... "American Psychological Association will repay members $9 million in settlement". Washington Post. May 6, 2015. "Psychological ... Presidential Task Force on Psychological Ethics and National Security (June 2005). "Report of the American Psychological ... Lilienfeld, Scott O. (June 21, 2016). "Psychological Treatments That Cause Harm". Perspectives on Psychological Science. 2 (1 ...
Kimball, Daniel R.; Smith, Troy A.; Kahana, Michael J. (2007). "The fSAM model of false recall". Psychological Review. 114 (4 ... A standard model of memory that employs association in this manner is the search of associative memory (SAM) model. Though SAM ... All these features of networks have been employed in models of semantic memory. One of the first examples of a network model of ... This latency is used to measure the response time of the ACT model and compare it to human performance. Some models ...
Indeed, MaxDiff might not be considered an attractive model on psychological and intuitive grounds: as the number of items ... Instead of evaluating all possible pairs (the MaxDiff model), they might choose the best from n items, the worst from the ... All of these methods have well developed Thurstonian scaling models as discussed recently in Ennis (2016) which also includes a ... Marley, A. A. J.; Louviere, J. J. (1 December 2005). "Some probabilistic models of best, worst, and best-worst choices". ...
"A Critique of the Cross-Lagged Panel Model" (PDF). Psychological Methods. 20 (1): 102-116. doi:10.1037/a0038889. PMID 25822208 ... This model aims to estimate the directional effects that one variable has on another at different points in time. This model ... The cross-lagged panel model is a type of discrete time structural equation model used to analyze panel data in which two or ... Mund, Marcus; Nestler, Steffen (September 2019). "Beyond the Cross-Lagged Panel Model: Next-generation statistical tools for ...
Mathematics in psychology is used extensively roughly in two areas: one is the mathematical modeling of psychological theories ... models Race models Random walk models Renewal models Cascade model Level and change race model Recruitment model SPRT Decision ... model Fast guess model Linear operator model Linear operator model Stochastic learning theory Theory of conjoint measurement ... This has been a general theme in the evolution in mathematical modeling of psychological processes: from deterministic ...
Creating, reviewing (or vetting) and delivering the competency model. Once the competency model has been created, the final ... Psychological Review, 66(5), 297-333. doi:10.1037/h0040934 Lyle M. Spencer Jr., Signe M. Spencer (1 March 1993). Competence at ... Maaleki, Ali (9 April 2018). The ARZESH Competency Model : Appraisal & Development Manager's Competency Model. Lambert Academic ... Competencies and competency models may be applicable to all employees in an organization or they may be position specific. ...
A View from the Hierarchical Model of Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation". Psychological Inquiry. 11 (4): 312-318. e.g. Deci, E ... The data fit all three models; but only the model based on SDT helped students to engage and learn. Findings show the role that ... Structural equation modeling was used to test three alternative explanatory models to understand why the rationale produced ... One mini-theory of SDT includes basic psychological needs theory which proposes three basic psychological needs that must be ...
The book advances a psychological model for understanding all the regressive types of the disorder. Some of the psychogenic ... Psychiatrist Colin Ross calls his model the "trauma model of mental disorders" and emphasises that, unlike biological models, ... The trauma model of mental disorders, or trauma model of psychopathology, emphasises the effects of physical, sexual and ... thought to have a significant role in the aetiology of psychological disturbance. Extreme versions of trauma models have ...
"Benchmarks for models of short-term and working memory" (PDF). Psychological Bulletin. 144 (9): 885-958. doi:10.1037/bul0000153 ... There have been studies that use different chunking models like PARSER and the Bayesian model. PARSER is a chunking model ... In a recent study, it was determined that these chunking models like PARSER are seen in infants more than chunking models like ... Chunking models for education Many years of research has concluded that chunking is a reliable process for gaining knowledge ...
Treisman, A. M. (1969). "Strategies and models of selective attention". Psychological Review. 76 (3): 282-299. doi:10.1037/ ... A criticism of both the original Deutsch & Deutsch model, as well as the revised Deutsch-Norman selection model is that all ... The Deutsch & Deutsch model was later revised by Norman in 1968, who added that the strength of an input was also an important ... Donald Broadbent's filter model is the earliest bottleneck theory of attention and served as a foundation for which Anne ...
Treisman, A.M (1969). "Strategies and models of selective attention". Psychological Review. 76 (3): 282-299. doi:10.1037/ ... Broadbent's filter model is an early selection theory of attention. Donald Broadbent based the development of the filter model ... Early selection models emphasize physical features of stimuli are attended to, while late selection models argue that semantic ... This fueled the development of the memory selection model, which shares the same basic principle of early selection models that ...
The differences in feelings of jealousy across cultures support the evolutionary psychological model. Different weights are ... The social-cognitive perspective also proposes the transactional model of jealousy, which can be used to explain why there may ... This model examines how three variables - (1) arousability, (2) commitment and, (3) insecurity - moderate jealousy. Individual ... Desteno, D.A; Salovey, P (1996). "Evolutionary origins of sex differences in jealousy? Questioning the "fitness" of the model ...
Bakan, David (1966). "The test of significance in psychological research". Psychological Bulletin. 66 (6): 423-437. doi:10.1037 ... Two competing models/hypotheses can be compared using Bayes factors. Bayesian methods could be criticized for requiring ... Lenhard, Johannes (2006). "Models and Statistical Inference: The Controversy between Fisher and Neyman-Pearson". Br. J. Philos ... He believed that the use of rigid reject/accept decisions based on models formulated before data is collected was incompatible ...
Bahrick, Harry (1970). "Two-phase model for prompted recall". Psychological Review. 77 (3): 215-222. doi:10.1037/h0029099. ... Modeled after Table 1 Bahrick (1970) Multiple studies have shown a dependence on context of one's environment as an aid to ... A series of psychological experiments were undertaken in the 1970s which continued this work and further showed that context ... Many of the following experiments employed a method modeled off of Thomson and Tulving's. All, however, had slight variations ...
Clark, D. M. (1988). "A cognitive model of panic". In Rachman, S.; Maser, J. (eds.). Panic: Psychological Perspectives. ... A Preliminary Test of a Working Model". The Psychological Record. 54 (4): 553-78. doi:10.1007/BF03395492. Hayes, Steven ( ... Gradual removal of these defensive processes are thought to be a key aspect of treatment and eventually return to psychological ... Baum, Morrie (1970). "Extinction of avoidance responding through response prevention (flooding)". Psychological Bulletin. 74 (4 ...
Milner, P. (1974). "A model for visual shape recognition". Psychological Review. 15 (6): 521-535. doi:10.1037/h0037149. PMID ... Treisman's FIT model now uses three different spatially selective mechanisms to solve the binding problem: selection by a ... Her work has appeared in 29 book chapters and more than 80 journal articles and is heavily cited in the psychological ... Treisman's feature integration theory is a two-stage model of visual object perception: Pre-attentive stage The first stage is ...
The Spillover-Crossover model is used in psychological research to examine to impact of the work domain on the home domain, and ... In the Spillover-Crossover model (SCM), research and theories on spillover and crossover are combined, resulting in a model ... Current directions in psychological science: a journal of the American Psychological Society, 2 (3), 96-99. Doherty, R. W., ... Butler, A.B., Grzywacz, J.G., Bass, B.L., & Linney, K.D. (2005). Extending the demands-control model: A daily diary study of ...
Groupthink is a psychological terminology used to describe the mode of thinking that persons engage in when concurrence-seeking ... To understand the differences between the two models, we briefly summarize both Janis's model and the GGPS-model first. Janis ... more general model termed the general group problem-solving model. This model incorporates a variety of antecedent conditions, ... Thus, the GGPS model considers a larger set of antecedents than the groupthink model, among these are group type, leader power ...
ISBN 0-262-11227-2. Robyn M. Dawes & Bernard Corrigan (1974). "Linear Models in Decision Making". Psychological Bulletin. 81 (2 ... ISBN 0-07-052579-X. Shi H, Lyons-Weiler J (2007). "Clinical decision modeling system". BMC Med Inform Decis Mak. 7: 23. doi: ... They can also form the basis of a quantitative model when needed. For example, quantitative methods of conducting Bayesian ... Keeney, R. L. (2007) Modeling values for anti-terrorism analysis. Risk Analysis, 27, 585-596. Keeney, R. L., & D. von ...
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Communications Biology 6, 562 (2023). Milner PM (November 1974). "A model for visual shape recognition". Psychological Review. ... Many models are used in the field, each defined at a different level of abstraction and trying to model different aspects of ... They range from models of the short-term behaviour of individual neurons, through models of how the dynamics of neural ... The Kuramoto model of coupled phase oscillators is one of the most abstract and fundamental models used to investigate neural ...
Fiedler, F. E. (1997) Directory of the American Psychological Association, Chicago: St James Press, 419. Fiedler, F. E. and ... Fiedler's contingency model is a dynamic model where the personal characteristics and motivation of the leader are said to ... The model's validity has also been disputed, despite many supportive tests. The contingency model does not take into account ... Thus, the contingency model marks a shift away from the tendency to attribute leadership effectiveness to personality alone. ...
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A second influence was Kurt Lewin, a German forerunner of ecological systems models who focused on a person's psychological ... The Process-Person-Context-Time Model (PPCT) has since become the bedrock of the bioecological model. PPCT includes four ... Although even Bronfenbrenner himself critiqued the falsifiability of the model, the bioecological model has real world ... a bioecological model". Psychological Review. 101 (4): 568-586. doi:10.1037/0033-295X.101.4.568. PMID 7984707. S2CID 17402964. ...