What is a Literature Review?

What is a Literature Review?

In her psychology classes, Katie often heard terms such as “review the literature” or” literature review.” At first, she was a little confused by these terms. If she needed to conduct a literature review, did that mean she needed to look at novels with psychology related topics? Katie soon learn that in the academic world […]

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LITERATURE – Samuel Beckett

LITERATURE – Samuel Beckett

The Association [Between] the great irish writer Samuel Beckett and the game of cricket Deserves to Be more Widely Known he Was A fine Player when a student at Trinity College Dublin and Even Married to Mention in A famous Wisdoms The Cricketers Bible the only Nobel Prize Winner to be so lauded on One […]

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Chatting with an Expert on Narcissism

Chatting with an Expert on Narcissism

Hey Amanda Hales, I’m here with dr. Ramani Durvasula Author of should I stay or should I go? Surviving a relationship with a narcissist. She is a professor at Cal State Los Angeles Yeah, how long you been there? Yea, almost 20 years. Wow, UHMMMMMMMMMMrip They actually would and we’d come up with robot partners […]

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Creativity & American Culture: Social Learning Theory

Creativity & American Culture: Social Learning Theory

in creativity in American culture we learned about many theories throughout the semester but the most intriguing theory that I found was the social learning theory because of its mass effect on today’s society social learning theory also known as social cognitive theory is a theory that proposes that new behaviors can be acquired by […]

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Should We Still Care? A Need for Behavioral Interventions to Reduce Health Disparities in HIV/AIDS

Good afternoon, and welcome. My name is Cherie Mitchell, Director of APA HIV/AIDS Programs. On behalf of the American Psychological Association’s Health Disparities Office, I would like to welcome you to the webinar, Should We Still Care? The Continuing Need for Behavioral Interventions to Reduce Health Disparities in HIV/AIDS. We are fortunate to have two […]

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Jordan Peterson – Finding a Partner and the Role of Personality

Jordan Peterson – Finding a Partner and the Role of Personality

We’ve got a hypothesis that we’re still working out That’s supported to some degree by the relevant literature So imagine that you’re looking for a stable partner, you might think What do you want in a stable partner and at least in principle? One of the things you don’t want is too much mismatch between […]

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Sex Differences | Diferenças entre homens e mulheres

Sex Differences | Diferenças entre homens e mulheres

Hi there, guys! Today I would like to talk with you about the scientifically studied differences between men and women. Because I know that this is a current hot topic in our society, notably Western society. Mainly due to questions related to feminism, and to the possible sexist that exists, or not, in Western society. […]

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How climate change affects your mental health | Britt Wray

How climate change affects your mental health | Britt Wray

For all that’s ever been said about climate change, we haven’t heard nearly enough about the psychological impacts of living in a warming world. If you’ve heard the grim climate research that science communicators like me weave into our books and documentaries, you’ve probably felt bouts of fear, fatalism or hopelessness. If you’ve been impacted […]

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“This Is Psychology” Episode 10: Immigration

“This Is Psychology” Episode 10: Immigration

>>NORMAN ANDERSON: Hello, I’m Dr. Norman Anderson. Welcome to another edition of “This is Psychology.” Immigrants come to the United States seeking to better their lives and the lives of their families. Some come to reunite with family members who have already immigrated. Others are fleeing war, political persecution or environmental disaster. And many are […]

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How Human Consciousness Evolved | Daniel Dennett

How Human Consciousness Evolved | Daniel Dennett

In an entirely natural world without any supernatural mysteries you can explain the mind, the human mind, consciousness. It’s been my project for 50 years and what I’ve come to realize is that the only way to do it right is you have to take evolution a lot more seriously and really look hard at […]

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