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Questions & Answers

What explanatory value do you think behavioral learning theory has for human behavior?
Kuurshejr Reply
what are the contributions of Darwin's evolutionary theory to psychology
Merit Reply
In thinking about the case of Candace described earlier, do you think that Candace benefitted or suffered as a result of consistently being passed on to the next grade?
Haley Reply
what is post traumatic stress disorder?
Nafisa Reply
can we ever think beyond books?
what is schizophrenia?
Nafisa Sultana# Schizophrenia is characterised by thoughts or experiences that seem out of touch with reality, disorganised speech or behaviour and decreased participation in daily activities. Difficulty with concentration and memory may also be present.
ok..thanks a lot
and what about post traumatic stress disorder?
Nafisa Sultana# Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a disorder that develops in some people who have experienced a shocking, scary, or dangerous event.
Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a psychiatric disorder that may occur in people who have experienced or witnessed a traumatic event such as a natural disaster, a serious accident, a terrorist act, war/combat, or rape or who have been threatened with death, sexual violence or serious injury.
Hello! how we can apply CBT therapy? any source to learn practice it?
what are the four basic style of life? explain
Alysha Reply
Describe the characteristics proposed by Alfred Adler that kay develop on first born, second born, and youngest children as a result of their order of birth within the familys
answer pl
it's complicated
like how you count all these things and put them into a category?
4 styles of life Authoritarian Authoritative Permissive Neglectful
what does alfred adler differ from sigmund freud
Alysha Reply
One of the differences is that Adler had an holistic view of individuals when studying them whereas Freud worked on separate personality components
what are the differences between their theories
Freudian theory of personality have basic components as ID,Ego,Superego. Freud have psychosexual developmental model of personality. Whearas Adler given Birth order in personality development also focused on Inferiority complex and superiority complex.
thank you
thanks guys for your information 👍
my pleasure..
Was Psyche rlly a Mortal woman
Elijah Reply
yes name psyche derived from anicient mortal women
how much for book
Ashley Reply
Whose book?
if it is for this book, psychological trauma and illuminations are each taxed differently depending on your mental preparedness to engage in the subject.
tell me 5 best things that a woman can do better than a guy and a guy can do better than a woman?
I just know this that women have more emotional intelligence than men and men are more practical than women
Yes womens emotional intelligence as mother is more than father and father is more practical than a mother
What explanatory value do you think behavioral learning theory has for human behavior?
does this apply to the career in applied behavior analysis?
Nicole Reply
Actually I really don't know much about psychology because my age is just 13 ..but I am interested in this subject.I feel it important..to know human behavior and about the world not materially but emotionally.. Can you help me from now to take the courses of psychology from now?
I can try. im only in my 2nd year
read, take notes, study ask questions, study some more. you"ll do just fine. u made it this far.
yes it does.
age isn't a barrier.
same here I am even 12 And I am interested in psychology reading and knowing is ok but what about exams
I have downloaded an app where I used to give exam per day
heyy.. I'm new here..can I know what is this chat box used for?
would you please recommend the app
here u can clear u doubts ..if u r having any problems
Hi can you help me? I need ideas for my thesis title related to psychology
what's the subject?
@nafisa name that app....
psychology quiz
Don't learn psychology, learn what is the possibilities of mind then you will get know what is the psychology in real sens.
that's very truee
hii everyone I m new here
hello guys..go through q youtube and watch some psychological facts about human ....it is really very interesting....
Watch the illusions and be aware about it🤗
all information teaches something, its just not always truth.
yes nafis what kind of help do you need
no sir..
wajid sir can u explain me about the exposure therapy with an example
I was recently diagnosed schizophrenic. after a lifetime of major depression. time I did hear voices not for long. how does one know if they really schizophrenic?
Cathy Reply
because psychology is the dissection and study of the mind, some find it hard to believe a diagnosis under mental health concerns. if you feel you have been misdiagnosed, go to another doctor. be 100% honest in all questions asked. to lie to your doctor is much like lying to yourself/hurting self
on the contrary, a diagnosed schizophrenic doesn't always have episodes. it may start off very mild and progress over time. it may also be triggered by events/situations/certain states of mind the patient may experience
diagnosed schizophrenics are normally prescribed a medication that can help. if you feel your medication is not working, or that it may make matters worse, discuss this with your doctor so he/she can make adjustments. what works for one person may not work for them all, and so doctors need to know
i want to study about psychology b'coz my father has a mental illness. iwant to help my father to healed from her sicknessed.
please whats the answer
Fortune Reply
answer to what?
what is mean by what?
to the questions ooo i can't find the answers
Can you repeat the question or comment the page you saw it?
why they named it psychology
zayn Reply
telll me
the word "psychology" comes from the Greek words "psyche" meaning life and "logos" meaning "explanation".
Psyche, in Greek mythology was a goddess who comes to represent the human soul's triumph over the misfortunes of life. The term psychology was coined. Psyche, meaning soul or mind and the root "ology" meaning the study of. I hope this helped.
well done
how you convince a drug addict not to consume drugs?
advise them to do exercises and keep themselves energetic, and tell them to control their urge and whenever they get an urge just go for a jogging or something (I'm not a professional, I'm only telling my point of view so please do ask someone else too)
ya I appreciate wat you said
you r sweet tho samiha 😊😊
what is chunking
Ritika Reply
Chunking is a process by which individual pieces of an information set are broken down and then grouped together in a meaningful whole.
chunking is to information as syllabus is to word
what dose it means, operant and classic conditioning in short words?
Mikiyas Reply
classical conditioning is based on association between unnatural stimulus to natural response whether the conditioning on the basis of consequences is known as operant conditioning.
well said Mr.Wajid
example in humans lacking education
scientific method, critical thinking.
jeddy Reply
the dealings with the thought process and human behavior.
for acquiring knowledge by experimentation.
study scientific study of mind and behavior.
scientific study of the human mind and behavior.
hey jeddy I have question s for you
hi what is behavioralism ?
what is psychology..?
the science of mental life.
it focuses on understanding and modifying human behaviour

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