classical conditioning

Classical Conditioning

February 23, 2017 Daniel Edward 0

An Introduction to Classical Conditioning Classical Conditioning (also known as Pavlovian Conditioning) was discovered by accident. Ivan Pavlov – a Russian Physiologist, and the first […]

Operant Conditioning

January 23, 2017 Daniel Edward 0

An Introduction to Operant Conditioning (Instrumental Conditioning) Operant conditioning, also known as Instrumental Conditioning, informs us of the interaction between environmental stimuli and our behaviours. […]

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Nomothetic and Idiographic Approaches

January 13, 2017 Daniel Edward 0

Nomothetic and Idiographic: Two Approaches to Personality The Nomothetic and Idiographic approaches tackle Personality Psychology from opposing angles. Personality psychologists study something that is supposedly unique to each […]

memory psychology

The Psychology of Memory

January 6, 2017 Daniel Edward 0

‘Memory┬áis the process of encoding, storing and retrieving information’ (Martin, Carlson & Buskist, 20071). Memory Psychology largely occupies the realms of cognitive psychology and neuroscience, though […]

Albert Bandura

Albert Bandura

December 23, 2016 Daniel Edward 0

Whether you’re a fan of quotes, need a perfect quote to support your argument in an essay, or a simply looking for a bit of […]