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Chunking - Psychology Definition of the Week

Friday March 28, 2008
Definition: A term referring to the process of taking individual units of information (chunks) and grouping them into larger units. Probably the most common example of chunking is phone numbers. ... Read More
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Ivan Pavlov Biography

Monday March 17, 2008
Ivan Pavlov was a Russian physiologist whose research on conditioned reflexes influenced the rise of behaviorism in psychology. Pavlov's experimental methods helped move psychology away from introspection and subjective ... Read More
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This Week in Psychology History: March 9-15

Sunday March 9, 2008
March 9 - In 1758, Franz Joseph Gall was born. Gall developed phrenology, which suggested that personality traits were related to the shape of the head. While phrenology is dismissed ... Read More

Bystander Effect - Psychology Definition of the Week

Friday March 7, 2008
Definition: The term bystander effect refers to the phenomenon in which the greater the number of people present, the less likely people are to help a person in distress... Read More: ... Read More
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Study Looks At Eye Gaze During Potentially Offensive Behavior

Thursday March 6, 2008
Imagine this: You're at a social event with friends or co-workers, when someone suddenly spouts off a potentially offensive comment. An uncomfortable silence settles over the room for the briefest ... Read More

This Week in Psychology History: March 2-8

Monday March 3, 2008
Some notable events that occurred this week in psychology history: March 3: In 1908, John B. Watson became a faculty member at John Hopkins University, with a starting salary of $3,000 ... Read More
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