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Psychology March 2007 Archive

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Biography of Karen Horney

Wednesday March 28, 2007
Karen Horney was a prominent psychoanalyst best-known for her theories of neurosis, feminine psychology, and self psychology. While Horney was a neo-Freudian, she also challenged many of Sigmund Freud's theories ... Read More

Brain Injury Linked to Moral Choices

Friday March 23, 2007
A new study links brain damage in an area of the brain known as the ventromedial prefrontal cortex to moral decisions. In the study, which appears online in the ... Read More

Theories of Intelligence

Monday March 19, 2007
While there are several different theories of intelligence, psychologists do not agree on a universal definition of intelligence or on exactly which qualities it encompasses. Is intelligence a single ... Read More
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Earnings and Salaries for Psychologists

Friday March 16, 2007
Among psychologists, earnings and salaries vary greatly depending upon factors such as specialty area, the degree held, and the sector of employment. According to the U.S. Department of Labor's ... Read More

Melanie Klein Biography

Monday March 5, 2007
In honor of Women's History Month, we'll be exploring the lives, careers, and theories of a number of eminent women in psychology. This week's feature biography is a profile ... Read More

Jean Piaget and Cognitive Development

Friday March 2, 2007
If you're taking a child development class this term, you will likely spend a great deal of time discussing the cognitive development of children. The foremost cognitive theorist was ... Read More
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