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  • Posted Dysfunctional Relationships to Section 16 and 17 F11 PSY 1001
    Before taking Introduction to Psychology 1001, I had always been confused with the science and origins of relationships and their problems. After learning about the attachment theory, understanding the problems between people has become easier. The attachment theory explains the...
  • Posted EFT Marriage Therapy to Section 16 and 17 F11 PSY 1001
    According to Professor Jeff Simpson, the attachment theory explains that humans need to form and maintain stable relationships. Feelings that keep parents emotionally attached to their children may also keep romantic partners bonded, because whichever attachment pattern one has experienced...
  • Posted The Mozart Effect to Section 16 and 17 F11 PSY 1001
    The Mozart Effect is a claim stating that listening to Mozart's music may effect children's mental development by "making them smarter" or enhance people's intelligence and spatial reasoning. This has been a much disputed claim since it has been...
  • Commented on Mnemonic Devices in College Life
    Also, the Lilienfeld definition is: a learning aid, strategy, or device that enhances recall....
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    I couldn't get images to upload with the new site layout for posting blogs.. here they are: http://www.cartoonstock.com/lowres/mfl0194l.jpg http://uncletomguitar.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/image0102.jpg...
  • Posted Mnemonic Devices in College Life to Section 16 and 17 F11 PSY 1001
    A mnemonic device is defined in Lilienfeld as "". Mnemonic devices help people of all ages study and memorize important information. It is interesting that people use mnemonics in their every-day life usually without noticing it. Many mnemonics are used...
  • Posted What Do Dreams Mean? to Section 16 and 17 F11 PSY 1001
    Most people have had dreams which act as a metaphor for what they are actually thinking or feeling. While not all have the same dreams, there are "dream themes" that are common. Dr. Deirder Barrett explains that "[m]ost modern...
  • Posted ESP: Does It Exist? to Section 16 and 17 F11 PSY 1001
    Extrasensory perception (ESP) is defined in the text as "perception of events outside the known channels of sensation" (Lilienfeld). I believe to have ESP is to have some sort of magical power. Every human being is given the same amount...
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