• Title: Understanding Ourselves: A Review of 17 More Psychology Experiments and Concepts
  • Author: Michael Jibrael
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 152
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Understanding Ourselves A Review of More Psychology Experiments and Concepts Michael Jibrael reviews and explains famous psychology experiments and concepts Topics include The influence of a conscious wish on dreams Rosalind Cartwright The Pygmalion Effect Robert Rosenth
    Michael Jibrael reviews and explains 17 famous psychology experiments and concepts.Topics include 1 The influence of a conscious wish on dreams Rosalind Cartwright2 The Pygmalion Effect Robert Rosenthal3 How we form impressions on personality Solomon Asch4 Leading questions and the eyewitness Elizabeth Loftus5 Birth order and intellectual development ZaMichael Jibrael reviews and explains 17 famous psychology experiments and concepts.Topics include 1 The influence of a conscious wish on dreams Rosalind Cartwright2 The Pygmalion Effect Robert Rosenthal3 How we form impressions on personality Solomon Asch4 Leading questions and the eyewitness Elizabeth Loftus5 Birth order and intellectual development Zajonc and Marcus6 Cognitive, social, and physiological determinants of emotion Stanley Schachter7 Internal vs External locus of control Julian Rotter8 Kohlberg s theory of moral development in children Lawrence Kholberg9 Freud s 10 defense mechanisms Anna Freud10 Systematic desensitization of fear reactions The Miss Muffet Study Hoffman11 Food aversion and food preference learning John Garcia and Clara Davis respectively 12 Hypocrisy Saying One Thing but Doing Another Richard LaPiere13 Overview of theories of human intelligence Galton, Binet, Spearman, Cattell, Gardner, and Flanagan14 Parenting styles discipline styles and their effects on children s behavior and personality Diana Baumrind15 Context dependent learning Schab Smith Swanson Kinsbourne16 False Memories of Childhood Experiences Hyman Pentland17 The Fogg Behavior Model BJ Fogg

    One Reply to “Understanding Ourselves: A Review of 17 More Psychology Experiments and Concepts”

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *