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*  Dan Slobin
Dan (not 'Daniel') Slobin received a B.A. in psychology from the University of Michigan in 1960 and a Ph.D. in social ... His other work, The frog-story project, gained recognition worldwide. Dan Slobin also designed a project, along with Ruth ... Dan Isaac Slobin (born May 7, 1939) is a Professor Emeritus of psychology and linguistics at the University of California, ... Switzerland on her work in the Crosslinguistic approaches to the psychology approach by Elena Lieven, Jiansheng Guo. Slobin, ...
*  List of memory biases
Koriat, A.; M. Goldsmith; A. Pansky (2000). "Toward a Psychology of Memory Accuracy". Annual Review of Psychology. 51 (1): 481- ... cryptomnesia and false recall/false recognition. Misinformation effect: that misinformation affects people's reports of their ... 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 ( ...
*  Stephen Porges
2013). Atypical autonomic regulation, auditory processing, and affect recognition in women with HIV. Biological Psychology 94: ... Biological Psychology 74:116-143. Porges SW. (2009). The polyvagal theory: New insights into adaptive reactions of the ... Biological Psychology, 74, 116-143. Porges, Stephen W. (2011). The polyvagal theory Neurophysiological foundations of emotions ... where he also held appointments in the departments of psychology, bioEngineering, and worked as an adjunct in the department of ...
*  Pattern recognition (psychology)
In psychology and cognitive neuroscience, pattern recognition describes a cognitive process that matches information from a ... Frontiers in neuroscience, 8. Shugen, W. (2002). Framework of pattern recognition model based on the cognitive psychology. Geo- ... Facial recognition and seriation occur through encoding visual patterns, while music and language recognition use the encoding ... Gambler's fallacy Gestalt psychology Pareidolia Thin-slicing Eysenck, Michael W.; Keane, Mark T. (2003). Cognitive Psychology: ...
*  Apophenia
"Pattern recognition (psychology)". Wikipedia. 2016-12-15. Haselton, Martie (January 2000). "Error Management Theory". Journal ... Pattern recognition is a cognitive process that involves retrieving information either from long-term, short-term or working ... This type of pattern recognition can result in apophenia based on the fact that since your brain is not looking for exact ... William Gibson's Pattern Recognition Jorge Luis Borges's Library of Babel Umberto Eco's Foucault's Pendulum Stanislaw Lem's His ...
*  Feature detection (nervous system)
Neuroethology Pattern recognition (psychology) Vision in toads Lettvin, JY; Maturana, HR; McCulloch, WS; Pitts, WH (1968). " ... Hence the recognition of a face results not from the feedback of one individual cell but rather from a large number of cells. ... Using worm and anti-worm stimuli like these, Ewert identified that the prey-recognition system in the visual pathway of the ... These sign-selective neurons are considered feature detectors because they fire only upon the recognition of either a positive ...
*  Visual hierarchy
Bauhaus Cognitive psychology Pattern recognition "GIS Dictionary". ESRI. Retrieved 2014-08-13. Jackson, Ian. "Gestalt-A ...
*  Pattern recognition (disambiguation)
Pattern recognition is a field in machine learning. Pattern recognition may also refer to: Pattern recognition (psychology), ... Pattern Recognition (novel), a 2003 novel by William Gibson Pattern Recognition, an album by Sea Scouts "Pattern Recognition", ...
*  Bad faith
In humanistic psychology, recognition of bad faith in one's own acts by the actor results in guilt and regret. Psychologists ... A homunculus is a little person (or map of the person) inside a person, and homuncularism is the theory in psychology that ... The "inherent bad faith model" of information processing is a theory in political psychology that was first put forth by Ole ... Bad faith in political science and political psychology refers to negotiating strategies in which there is no real intention to ...
*  Princeton University Department of Psychology
In 1915, psychology received recognition in the title when the department was renamed Department of Philosophy and Psychology. ... Princeton University Psychology History of psychology The Department of Psychology from Leitch, Alexander (2015). A Princeton ... Maier, B. N. (2004). The role of James McCosh in God's exile from psychology. History of Psychology, 7(4), 323-339. J. Michael ... Alan Baddeley '57 (M.A.), professor of psychology at University of York. Dan Batson '72, professor emeritus of psychology at ...
*  Constraint (information theory)
... with application to pattern recognition and psychology. Mutual Information Total Correlation Interaction information Garner W R ...
*  Cognitive module
Bruce, Vicki; Young, Andy: "Understanding face recognition", British Journal of Psychology. 1986 Aug Vol 77(3) 305-327. David M ... In the research field of evolutionary psychology it is believed that some cognitive modules are inherited and some are created ... The question of their existence and nature is a major topic in cognitive science and evolutionary psychology. Some see ... David M. Buss: Evolutionary Psychology - The New Science of the Mind] - 2nd edition, Pearson Education 2004, pages 50ff. Ralf ...
*  Lois Barclay Murphy
l Murphy was given the G. Stanley Hall Award in developmental psychology in recognition of her contributions to the field. ... "Lois Barclay Murphy - Psychology's Feminist Voices". www.feministvoices.com. Retrieved 2016-09-28. Magai, C. and McFadden, S. H ... In order to explore her ideas on child psychology further, she went back to Sarah Lawrence College in 1937 and founded The ... In addition to her work within the field of psychology, Murphy was active in work related to other social programs. In 1950, ...
*  Trans-species psychology
First, trans-species psychology's recognition of substantial vertebrate commonalities, "re-embeds" humans back into the ... However, comparative psychology differs from trans-species psychology in that comparative psychology retains the linear scale ... Trans-species psychology is the field of psychology that states that humans and nonhuman animals share commonalities in ... Trans-species psychology is related, but distinct from other fields of science, such as comparative psychology and cognitive ...
*  The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals
... simple psychology experiments on emotional recognition with his friends and family; and (borrowing from Duchenne de Boulogne, a ... on simple psychology experiments with members of his family concerning the recognition of emotional expression; on the ... psychology) see, for example, Sartre, Jean-Paul (1971) Sketch for a Theory of the Emotions (with a Preface by Mary Warnock) ... in the preparation of the book which forms his main contribution to psychology. Amongst the innovations with this book are ...
*  Marianne Bernadotte
As of 2006 she has an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Bologna's Institute of Psychology in recognition of her ...
*  Our Lady of Fatima University
The Bachelor of Science in Psychology was granted government recognition on May 12, 2015. In June 2013, the second building, ... Owing to recognitions it has received through voluntary accreditation of its programs within the framework of the Federation of ... In recognition of the university accomplishments, the Commission on Higher Education through CEB Resolution No. 076-2009 ... On April 1, 2013, the CHED granted the campus permit to operate Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Bachelor of Science in ...
*  Typoglycemia
Rawlinson, G.E. (1976). The Significance of Letter Position in Word Recognition (Ph.D.). Psychology Department, University of ... Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 16, 893-909. Observer.com Entropy (information theory). ... "The Significance of Letter Position in Word Recognition [...] A Summary". MRC - Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit - People. ...
*  Recognition memory
"Recognition Errors" in Introduction to Psychology. intropsych.com Dr. Dewey. The Almost Limitless Capacity of Recognition ... "The Nature of Recognition Memory and of the Localization of Recognitions". The American Journal of Psychology. 27 (3): 341-362 ... which have also been implicated in recognition memory. Gustatory recognition memory, or the recognition of taste, is correlated ... Within the field of Psychology, recognition memory was first alluded to by Wilhelm Wundt in his concept of know-againness or ...
*  Thatcher effect
... the Thatcher illusion has also been useful in revealing the psychology of face recognition. Typically, experiments using the ... Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry,J Child Psychol Psychiatry, 45(7), 1246-1257. Carbon, C. C., GrĂ¼ter, T., Weber, J. E ... The effect was originally created in 1980 by Peter Thompson, Professor of Psychology at the University of York. The effect is ...
*  Abraham Maslow
In the United States, transpersonal psychology encouraged recognition for non-western psychologies, philosophies, and religions ... Awareness of transpersonal psychology became widespread within psychology, and the Journal of Transpersonal Psychology was ... Schacter, Daniel L. "Psychology" Toward a psychology of being, 1968 The Personal Meaning of Social Values in the Work of ... Humanist psychology, also coined positive psychology, is criticized for its lack of empirical validation and therefore its lack ...
*  Lightner Witmer
Witmer gained little recognition outside of clinical psychology and is little talked about. Several factors are claimed to have ... As clinical psychology was the first discipline in psychology that attempted to apply the principles of scientific psychology ... and other branches of psychology such as educational psychology and developmental psychology. Witmer obtained his doctoral ... Clinical Psychology." Psychological Clinic. 1 (1907): 1-9. Courses in Psychology for Normal Schools. Education Review 13 (1897 ...
*  Sociocultural perspective
... to acknowledge the importance of context and to call for its greater recognition in educational psychology, and more ... The sociocultural perspective is a theory used in plenty of fields such as psychology and is used to describe awareness of ... Asian American Journal of Psychology, 2(4), 291-305. doi:10.1037/a0025552 Another instance of the sociocultural perspective can ... Asian American Journal of Psychology, 2(4), 291-305. doi:10.1037/a0025552 -Jarrett, C. (2008). Foundations of sand?. The ...
*  Ulric Neisser
Cognitive Psychology brought Neisser instant fame and recognition in the field of psychology. While Cognitive Psychology was ... This is where he would write Cognitive Psychology. The modern growth of cognitive psychology received a major boost from the ... ISBN 978-0716733195 Neisser, U. (2003). Cognitive psychology. In, The history of psychology: Fundamental questions (pp. 447-466 ... of developmental psychology, Eleanor Gibson. Neisser, in this book, had come to the conclusion that cognitive psychology had ...
*  Gestalt psychology
"What Perls has done has been to take a few terms from Gestalt psychology, stretch their meaning beyond recognition, mix them ... Views going against the gestalt psychology are: Nothing-special view Neo-gestalt view The Three-Process View Gestalt psychology ... Ellis, Willis D. (1999). A source book of Gestalt psychology (Vol 2 ed.). Psychology Press. Conte, Elio; Todarello, Orlando; ... David Hothersall: History of Psychology, chapter seven, (2004) Heider, F. 1977. Cited in Dewey, R.A. 2007. Psychology: An ...
*  Health realization
... (HR) is a resiliency approach to personal and community psychology first developed in the 1980s by Roger C. ... Thought Recognition, Locus of Control, and Adolescent Well-being, Adolescence, Vol. 35 Issue 139, 2000, pp. 531-51. S. Banks, ... ISBN 1-55105-510-4, ISBN 978-1-55105-510-7 S.G. Wartel, A Strengths-Based Practice Model: Psychology of Mind and Health ... ISBN 1-59453-353-9, ISBN 978-1-59453-353-2 R.C. Mills, Realizing Mental Health: Toward a new Psychology of Resiliency, ...
*  Psychoacoustics
... received its name from a field within psychology-i.e., recognition science-which deals with all kinds of human ... Psychoacoustics includes topics and studies that are relevant to music psychology and music therapy. Theorists such as Benjamin ... The term "psychoacoustics" also arises in discussions about cognitive psychology and the effects that personal expectations, ... It is an interdisciplinary field of many areas, including psychology, acoustics, electronic engineering, physics, biology, ...