Advances in Psychology Research, Volume 12
Serge P. Shohov
Nova Publishers, 2002 - Psychology - 227 pages
Contents: Cognitive Psychology -- Memory and connectivity in immune and neural network models; Expectancy-learning and evaluative learning in human classical conditioning: differential effects of extinction; Development of the ability to judge relative areas: young children's spontaneous use of superimposition as a cognitive tool; Counting in mentally retarded adolescents; Foundations of human causal reasoning. Behavioural Psychology -- Computer-mediated communication: a tool for public health; A barrier for healthy activity; The role of differentiated group experience in the course of inpatient psychotherapy; The assessment of dangerous behaviour. Biological Psychology -- Optimising blood pressure reduction in mild un-medicated hypertensives.
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ExpectancyLearning and Evaluative Learning in Human Classical Conditioning Differential Effects of Extinction
Development of the Ability to Judge Relative Areas Young Childrens Spontaneous Use of Superimposition as a Cognitive Tool
Counting in Mentally Retarded Adolescents
Foundations of Human Causal Reasoning
Part II Behavioral Psychology
ComputerMediated Communication A Tool for Public Health a Barrier for Healthy Activity
The Role of Differentiated Group Experience in the Course of Inpatient Psychotherapy
The Assessment of Dangerous Behavior
Part III Biological Psychology
Optimising Blood Pressure Reduction in Mild UnMedicated Hypertensives
Biopsychological Aspects of Memory and Education
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