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    must be something good, seeing as mine sleeps a solid 3/4 of the day...
  • Posted Last post to Section 16 and 17 F11 PSY 1001
    From everything we've done this semester and all the topics we've covered, the one subject I will remember the most clearly and definitely five years from now is chapter 5 from our text book on altered states of consciousness, more...
  • Posted Life-long affects of attachment to Section 16 and 17 F11 PSY 1001
    John Bowlby, M.D., a British psychologist who is considered the father of the attachment theory claims that the process of attachment which occurs very early in our life, will affect us our whole life. As stated in this video troubles...
  • Posted weighing the chances to Section 16 and 17 F11 PSY 1001
    According a myth found on snoops.com A woman over the age of 40 has a better chance of being victim of a terrorist attack than getting married. There are a few principles of scientific thinking that would prove this to...
  • Posted Reinforcement with Autism to Section 16 and 17 F11 PSY 1001
    The little girl Lisa from the Autism video at https://www2.webvista.umn.edu:443/webct/cobaltMainFrame.dowebct?appforward=%2Fwebct%2FviewMyWebCT.dowebct is a great example of the concept of reinforcement and extinction from chapter 6 in our textbook. Lisa's teacher uses positive reinforcements to teach her to sit in a chair...
  • Commented on hypnosis and weight loss
    i don't know what happened to the link, but there should be one to www.mayoclinic.com/health/weight-loss-hypnosis/AN01617 it keeps disappearing...
  • Posted hypnosis and weight loss to Section 16 and 17 F11 PSY 1001
    There's a section in chapter five that describes hypnosis because it's an altered state of consciousness. As Katherine Zeratsky, a nutritionist for the Mayo Clinic, says in a Q and A with an expert found at , "When you're under...
  • Posted blind girl sees to Section 16 and 17 F11 PSY 1001
    I found a story about a girl named Georgia Green who was a college student when the first atomic bomb was being tested in the U.S. Georgia Green was functionally blind, and this meant that she couldn't see mostly everything...
  • Posted blind girl sees to Blind girl sees
    I found a story about a girl named Georgia Green who was a college student when the first atomic bomb was being tested in the U.S. Georgia Green was functionally blind, and this meant that she couldn't see mostly everything...
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