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the study of human mind and behaviour
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Hello hello, can somebody explain me what "psychomotor development" is?
It is the relationship between cognitive functions and movement.
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What are the ways in which computer work as mind
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How does the computer serve as model for mind
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what ways does the computer serve as a model for the mind?
Ways in which computer work as Brain mind
learning is facilitated by
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What is Repression?
Sharmin Reply
Repression, In psychoanalytic theory, the exclusion of distressing memories, thoughts, or feelings from the conscious mind. Often involving sexual or aggressive urges or painful childhood memories, these unwanted mental contents are pushed into the unconscious mind.
in psychoanalytic terms a basic defense mechanism that shuts out anxiety arousing thoghts feelings and memories from one consciousness
Repression is holding something painful inside because you're afraid to let it out for fear of what trouble it might csuse
It helps students to understand the behavior of people they encounter.
Anjonette Reply
what are the types of learning?
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auditory, visual, kinesthetic, reading/writing
thanks @Frederick. But I still want to understand something. Classical conditioning, Operants conditioning and Observational learning are not types of learning?
I believe there are several types of learning besides just the four I mentioned.
so, I can also say those I mentioned are part of learning?
i would say so
Operant conditioning is a type of associative learning process through which the strength of a behavior is modified by reinforcement or punishment.
what is psychology
Mukoone Reply
in simple explanation, it is the study and understanding of the human behavior
the scientific study of the human mind and its functions, especially those affecting behaviour in a given context.
the scientific study of human mind and behaviour
but I thought psychology is not limited to humans. I think it is the scientific study of behavior and mental process of organisms
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the study of human behavior, the reasons for the behavior, and ways to change the undesirable behaviors into desirable behaviors
psychology is the study of the soul or mind of man through scientific studies relating to environmental factors and human behaviours.
not only man but animals as well
psychology is the study of the mind and behaviors*
the definition you gave Audley is incorrect
Hey Audley, also humans are animals, so the correct way to say it is.. Not only man but other animals as well. 👍🏽
Audley, you are both correct in the definition of psychology. Yours was textually from the book, while the other was simple and to the heart of it where a novice would understand.
Emely, you stated that man is a animal as well. Explain?
_____are the memory images that are related to particular place ,date and time .
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