Current Psychology Dr. Bilal Semih Bozdemir Fear, Anxiety, Shyness Feel oneself good Handwriting Analysis - Graphology Psychology and Categories Quizzes ...
Author: Prof. Dr. Bilal Semih Bozdemir
Publisher: Bilal Semih Bozdemir
Fear, Anxiety, Shyness Feel oneself good Handwriting Analysis - Graphology Psychology and Categories Quizzes In psychological sciences, and in the matter of understanding people researchs feelings and thoughts, some research methods are used to understand people’s specific behaviors. Among these methods, we can define observations as observing people in their natural form instead of observing behaviors in a lab, in order to understand them simply in the way they are. In this way, the advantage of observing people in their behavioral form and with the environment. Even with the few insufficiencies of this method, its utility is considered necessary by the researchers. Although similar to the natural method, case studies are also used to observe people’s behaviors in addition to the techniques used by the researchers. In case studies, proofs of the general personal behavior are somehow observed with movements.
This volume brings together in a single resource fourteen empirical studies examining a variety of emotions and behaviors covering many aspects of love, romance, and sexual interaction from recent issues of Current Psychology.
Author: Nathaniel Pallone
This volume brings together in a single resource fourteen empirical studies examining a variety of emotions and behaviors covering many aspects of love, romance, and sexual interaction from recent issues of Current Psychology. Scholars from universities and research centers bring under the empiricist's microscope a variety of emotions and behaviors, ranging from dating relationships, criteria for the ideal mate held by both men and women, the relationship between perceptions of parents and partners in a direct test of psychoanalytic conceptualizations of mate selection, how the media influence perceptions about love and romance, sources of marital conflict, gender differences in responses to infidelity, and even the attitudes of "consumers" toward prostitution. Contributors and topics of discussion include: Albert Mehrabian and Jeffrey S. Blum, "Physical Appearance, Attractiveness, and the Mediating Effect of Emotions"; Gordon L. Flett, Paul L. Hewitt, Brenley Shapiro, and Jill Rayman, "Perfectionism, Beliefs, and Adjustment in Dating Relationships"; Robert Ervin Cramer, Jeffrey T. Schaefer, and Suzanne Reid, "Identifying the Ideal Mate: More Evidence for Male-Female Convergence"; Glenn Geher, "Perceived and Actual Characteristics of Parents and Partners: A Freudian Model of Mate Selection"; Claudia J. Haferkamp, "Beliefs about Relationships in Relation to Television Viewing, Soap Opera Viewing, and Self-Monitoring"; Blaine J. Flowers and Brooks Applegate, "Marital Satisfaction and Conventionalization Examined Didactically"; Claudia J. Haferkamp, "Dysfunctional Beliefs, Self-Monitoring, and Marital Conflict"; Emily A. Impett, Kristin P. Beals, and Letitia A. Peplau, "Testing the Investment Model of Relationship Commitment and Stability in a Longitudinal Study of Married Couples"; Richard Clements and Clifford H. Swensen, "Commitment to One's Spouse as a Predictor of Marital Quality among Older Couples"; Robert Ervin Cramer, William Todd Abraham, Lesley M. Johnson, Barbara Manning-Ryan, "Gender Differences in Subjective Distress to Emotional and Sexual Infidelity"; William Todd Abraham, Robert Ervin Cramer, Ana Maria Fernandez, and Eileen Mahler, "Infidelity, Race, and Gender"; Ami Rokach, "Strategies of Coping with Loneliness throughout the Lifespan."
Current Psychology: A Journal for Diverse Perspectives on Diverse Psychological Issues, 27 (2), 112–125. doi: 10.1007/s12144-008-9026-x Henry, R. A., ...
Author: Cary Cooper
Current Issues in Work and Organizational Psychology is a series of edited books that reflect the state-of-the-art areas of current and emerging interest in the psychological study of employees, workplaces and organizations. Each volume focuses on a particular topic and consists of chapters contributed by international experts, with an introductory overview written by the editors, who are leading figures in their areas. For the first time, this book offers a comprehensive new collection which gathers together some of the most influential chapters from the series into one volume, providing an essential overview of the hottest topics in work and organizational psychology. Including 24 chapters by many of the leading researchers in the field, the book is split into two parts; the individual in the workplace, and how individuals are organized at work. Topics such as burnout, recruitment, well-being and organizational change are covered, as well as research on emerging topics such as flow, humor, i-deals and socialization. With an introduction and conclusion by Professor Sir Cary Cooper, this is the ideal companion for any student or practitioner looking for an insightful overview of the most researched topics in work and organizational psychology.
Sovremennaia psikhologiia i marksizm [Current psychology and Marxism]. Moscow: Gosizdat. Lenin, V. I. (1922). O znachenii voinstvuiushchego materializma [On ...
Author: Elena L. Grigorenko
Publisher: Nova Publishers
This book is for all psychologists and for readers whose interest in Russia exceeds their interest in psychology. Readers of this book will quickly discover a new world of thought. They will learn about unfamiliar philosophical and psychological points of view and paradigms.
A natural first thought is to tie psychological phenomena to current psychology, and to take “psychological phenomena” to refer to all those phenomena ...
Author: Maurice Schouten
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
The Matter of the Mind addresses and illuminates therelationship between psychology and neuroscience by focusing on thetopic of reduction. Written by leading philosophers in the field Discusses recent theorizing in the mind-brain sciences andreviews and weighs the evidence in favour of reductionism againstthe backdrop of recent important advances within psychology and theneurosciences Collects the latest work on central topics where neuroscienceis now making inroads in traditional psychological terrain, such asadaptive behaviour, reward systems, consciousness, and socialcognition.
Psychology/Careers for the twenty-first century: Scientific problem sohers. Washington, DC: American Psychological ... Current Psychology in Poland.
Author: Oliver Holz
Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster
This book analyses the tendencies in European education. The contributions to this work are as varied as Europe's countries. Notwithstanding their variety, they all share this: They focus on the European education area, which is steadily gaining significance in the context of the European unification and integration process. Die vorliegende Publikation thematisiert Entwicklungstendenzen im Bildungswesen in Europa. Das Spektrum der Beiträge ist ebenso vielfältig wie die Länder Europas. Trotz dieser Vielfalt haben alle Beiträge auch etwas gemeinsam: Sie machen auf den Europäischen Bildungsraum aufmerksam, wie er im Kontext des europäischen Einigungs- und Integrationsprozesses stetig an Bedeutung gewinnt.
Current Psychology, 2012;31(1):88-101. Current Psychology can be contacted at: Springer, 233 Spring St, New York, NY 10013, USA.
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Current Psychology, 27(2), 79–101. Vatz, R. E. (2007). Significant psychiatric recommendations irresponsibly made. Current Psychology, 26, 141–145.
Author: Robin L. Cautin
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Available online, or as a 5-volume print set, The Encyclopedia of Clinical Psychology includes well over 500 A-Z entries covering the main topics, key concepts, and influential figures in this field. Serves as a comprehensive reference with particular emphasis on the scientific basis of the field; philosophical and historical issues; cultural considerations; and conflicts and controversies Offers an historiographical overview, demonstrating how concepts have developed over time and the ways in which research influences practice Cites the best and most up-to-date scientific evidence for each topic and encourages readers to think critically when evaluating the validity of various scientific claims, theories, and techniques Available on Wiley Online Library with interactive cross-referencing links and powerful searching and browsing capabilities within the work, or as a five-volume print set
Gardiner and colleagues published their study in Current Psychology (Eye color Predicts Disagreeableness in North Europeans: Support in Favor of Frost ...
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Author: Nicholas T. GallucciPublish On: 2013-12-04
Current Psychology, 13, 326–349. Flett, G. L., & Hewitt, P. L. (1995). Perfectionism, life events, and depressive symptoms: A test of a diathesisstress mode ...
Author: Nicholas T. Gallucci
Publisher: Psychology Press
Sport Psychology, 2nd Edition provides a synthesis of the major topics in sport psychology with an applied focus and an emphasis on achieving optimal performance. After exploring the history of sport psychology, human motivation, and the role of exercise, there are three main sections to the text: Performance Enhancement, Performance Inhibition, and Individuals and Teams. The first of these sections covers topics such as anxiety, routines, mental imagery, self-talk, enhancing concentration, relaxation, goals, and self-confidence. The section on Performance Inhibition includes chapters on choking under pressure, self-handicapping, procrastination, perfectionism, helplessness, substance abuse, and disruptive personality factors. While much of the information presented is universally applicable, individual differences based on gender, ethnicity, age, and motivation are emphasized in the concluding section on Individuals and Teams. Throughout, there are case studies of well-known athletes from a variety of sports to illustrate topics that are being explored.
(Eds.), Handbook of eyewitness psychology: Vol. 1. Memory for events (pp. 195–237). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc. Dodd, M.D., Castel, A. D., ...
Author: Graham M. Davies
Publisher: Psychology Press
Research on applied memory is one of the most active, interesting and vibrant areas in experimental psychology today. This book provides descriptions of cutting-edge research and applies them to three key areas of contemporary investigation: education, the law and neuroscience. In the area of education, findings from the study of memory are described which could have a major impact on testing practice, revision techniques for examinations and teaching basic literacy and numeracy. In applications to the law, recent findings shed new light on the dynamics of child abuse investigations, the status of traumatic memories recovered after long delays and a further challenge for the eyewitness: change blindness. Finally, in neuroscience, contributions cover the frightening question of whether patients can remember incidents during surgical operations under anaesthetic, the unexpected impact of handedness and rapid eye movements on memory proficiency and the status of déjà vu: mystical experience or memory error? These accounts of recent research on applied memory have been written by leading experts in the field from both Europe and America, with the non-specialist in mind. They will interest students who wish to extend their reading beyond core material in cognitive psychology, graduates on more specialised courses in education, forensics and neuropsychology, and all those who wish to enrich their knowledge of the contemporary frontiers of applied memory research.
Current Psychology, 2010;29(4):273-287). For additional information, contact C.A. Clement, Eastern Kentucky University, Dept. of Psychology, Richmond, ...
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Even if they have helped, however, they have not been given credence because there is no underlying thinking that fits with the current thinking.
Author: Bernard Guerin
Based on the author’s forty years of experience in psychology, philosophy, and the social sciences, How to Rethink Psychology argues that to understand people we need to know more about their contexts than the dominant modes of thinking and research presently allow. Drawing upon insights from sources as diverse as Freud, CBT, quantum physics, and Zen philosophy, the book offers several fascinating new metaphors for thinking about people and, in doing so, endeavors to create a psychology for the future. The book begins by discussing the significance of the key metaphor underlying mainstream psychology today – the ‘particle’ or ‘causal’ metaphor – and explains the need for a shift towards new ‘wave’ or ‘contextual’ metaphors in order to appreciate how individual and social actions truly function. It explores new metaphors for thinking about the relationship between language and reality, and teaches the reader how they might reimagine the processes involved in the act of thinking itself. The book concludes with a consideration of how these new metaphors might be applied to practical methods of research and understanding change today. How to Rethink Psychology is important reading for upper-level and postgraduate students and researchers in the fields of social psychology, critical psychology, and the philosophy of psychology, and will especially appeal to those studying behavior analysis and radical behaviorism. It has also been written for the general reading public who enjoy exploring new ideas in science and thinking.
Furthermore, we can't be sloppy; just because an earlier idea seems to be connected to the ideas of a more current psychologist does not say that the ...
Author: Brian D. Cox
This book discusses key figures in history in the context of their time, takes students on a carefully-formulated, chronological journey through the build-up of psychology from ancient times to the present, and seeks to draw students into the way science is done, rather than merely presenting them with historical fact. Students will learn not only the ‘what’, but the ‘why’ of the history of psychology and will acquire the necessary background historical material to fully understand those concepts. Organized around a series of paradigms—a shift from scholasticism to rationalism or empiricism, and a shift from idealism to materialism—the book seeks to portray psychology as an on-going, evolving process, rather than a theory.
Proceedings of the Second Biannual Conference of the International Society for Theoretical Psychology, April 20–25, 1987, Banff, Alberta, Canada W.J. Baker, ...
Author: W.J. Baker
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This volume constitutes the proceedings of the second biannual conference of the International Society for Theoretical Psychology (see Epilogue) held in Banff, Alberta, Canada, April 20-25, 1987. Thirty-nine papers were presented during the four days of the conference including an invited address by Kenneth Gergen. Unfortunately, even after severely restricting the length of the written papers, the required limitation on printed space permitted only 34 of these to be included in these proceed ings. While most of the papers required editorial adjustment, the authors had final word on style and content. The classification of conference papers tends to be somewhat arbi trary' but we decided to structure the chapters under four headings: phi losophy, metatheory, methodology, and theory. By philosophy we refer primarily to issues in the philosophy of science as these pertain to the dis cipline of psychology. Metatheory refers to theory, drawing on the philo sophy of science and having implications for methodology, about psycho logical theories. Methodology refers to both theory of inquiry and specif ic methods of investigation as these derive from philosophical and meta theoretical considerations. By theory we refer to both analyses of the foundations of extant theory, including historical and sociological ana lyses, and the advancement of substantive theory.
I then show how we can replace our 'psychology' with the diverse life ... and how the Marxist frameworks are incompatible with current psychology but can be ...
Author: Bernard Guerin
This groundbreaking book shows how we can build a better understanding of people by merging psychology with the social sciences. It is part of a trilogy that offers a new way of doing psychology focusing on people’s social and societal environments as determining their behaviour, rather than internal and individualistic attributions. Putting the ‘social’ properly back into psychology, Bernard Guerin turns psychology inside out to offer a more integrated way of thinking about and researching people. Going back 60 years of psychology’s history to the ‘cognitive revolution’, Guerin argues that psychology made a mistake, and demonstrates in fascinating new ways how to instead fully contextualize the topics of psychology and merge with the social sciences. Covering perception, emotion, language, thinking, and social behaviour, the book seeks to guide readers to observe how behaviours are shaped by their social, cultural, economic, patriarchal, colonized, historical, and other contexts. Our brain, neurophysiology, and body are still involved as important interfaces, but human actions do not originate inside of people so we will never fi nd the answers in our neurophysiology. Replacing the internal origins of behaviour with external social contextual analyses, the book even argues that thinking is not done by you ‘in your head’ but arises from our external social, cultural, and discursive worlds. Offering a refreshing new approach to better understand how humans operate in their social, cultural, economic, discursive, and societal worlds, rather than inside their heads, and how we might have to rethink our approaches to neuropsychology as well, this is fascinating reading for students in psychology and the social sciences.
Several of the very 'individualistic' ideas embedded in current psychology are then shown to arise directly from our complex social, cultural, and societal ...
Author: Bernard Guerin
This radical book explores a new understanding of psychology based on human engagement with external contexts, rather than what goes on inside our heads. It is part of a trilogy that offers a new way of doing psychology, focusing on people’s social and societal environments as determining their behaviour, rather than internal and individualistic attributions. By showing that we engage directly with our complex social, political, economic, patriarchal, colonized, and cultural contexts and that what we do and think arises from this direct engagement with these external contexts, Bernard Guerin expertly demonstrates that Western ideas have systematically excluded the ‘social’ but that this is really where the major determinants of our behaviour arise. This book works through many human activities that psychology still treats as individualized and internal and shows their social and societal origins. These includes beliefs, the sense of self, the arts, religious behaviours, and the new and growing area of conservation psychology. The social structures found by sociology, anthropology and sociolinguistics are shown to shape most ‘individual’ human actions, and it is shown how the main points of Marxism and Indigenous knowledges can be better merged into this new and broader social science. Replacing the ‘internal’ attributions of causes with external contextual analyses based in the social sciences, this book is fascinating reading for academics and students in psychology and the social sciences, and provides exciting new ways to conceptualize and observe human actions in new ways and to resist the current individualistic thinking of ‘psychology’.