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Psychology February 2012 Archive

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February In Review

Wednesday February 29, 2012
Happy Leap Day! Since this year is a Leap Year, we get an extra day in the month of February. If you've had a busy month, today is a great ... Read More

Ready, Set, Study!

Tuesday February 28, 2012
No matter what time of year it is or where you are at in your education, it is always a good idea to work on improving your study skills. Fortunately, ... Read More

Preparing for a Future In Psychology

Monday February 27, 2012
One reader writes: "I'm only 15 years old and I am really interested in psychology and counseling. I'd really like to take some type of psychology class, but there aren't ... Read More

Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy - Psychology Definition of the Week

Friday February 24, 2012
Definition: Rational emotive behavior therapy, or REBT, was first developed by psychologist Albert Ellis during the 1950s. Ellis believed that it is our interpretation of events that leads to psychological ... Read More

What Do Your Musical Preferences Say About Your Personality?

Thursday February 23, 2012
Is your iPod filled with tracks by Keith Urban, Taylor Swift, and Miranda Lambert? According to researchers, you are probably fairly outgoing, conventional, and emotionally stable. Do you prefer the ... Read More

What Is Psychoanalysis?

Wednesday February 22, 2012
Psychoanalysis is a school of psychology founded by Austrian psychiatrist Sigmund Freud. This school of thought emphasized the influence of the unconscious mind on behavior. Freud believed that the human ... Read More

Things to Consider Before Applying for Graduate School In Psychology

Tuesday February 21, 2012
The decision to attend graduate school can be a difficult one. Is graduate school the best choice for you? Should you attend grad school now or wait? Which type of ... Read More

Focus On Prenatal Development

Monday February 20, 2012
The period of time from conception to birth is full of dramatic changes that can have an impact on future growth and health. Learning more about the earliest developmental ... Read More

Industrial Organizational Psychology - Psychology Definition of the Week

Friday February 17, 2012
Definition: Industrial organizational psychology is an applied area of psychology that involves using psychological theories and principles to solve problems related to the workplace and organizations. You might often hear ... Read More

A Closer Look at the Theories of Child Development

Thursday February 16, 2012
Psychologists have proposed a number of different theories to explain the intellectual, emotional and social development of children. The effect of these theories can be seen in education, parenting, ... Read More

Frequently Asked Questions About Psy.D. Degrees

Wednesday February 15, 2012
While there are jobs out there for those with a bachelor's degree in psychology, opportunities and salaries are much better with an advanced degree. Students often assume that a Ph.D. ... Read More

The Psychology of Love

Tuesday February 14, 2012
Love is in the air today. Whether you're celebrating Valentine's Day alone or with your significant other, now is a good time to learn more about love. While love is ... Read More

How to Understand and Interpret Body Language

Monday February 13, 2012
Does crossing your arms indicate that you're feeling defensive? Do shifty eyes mean that someone is telling a lie? The things we communicate without words can carry as much meaning ... Read More

Hypothesis - Psychology Definition of the Week

Friday February 10, 2012
Definition: A hypothesis is a statement about the possible relationship between two or more variables. When forming a hypothesis, it is important to make a specific and testable prediction about ... Read More

Pioneers of Psychology: James McKeen Cattell

Thursday February 9, 2012
James McKeen Catell helped established psychology as a legitimate science and became the first psychology professor in the United States. Cattell started out studying English literature, but developed an interest ... Read More

Tips for Writing a Results Section

Wednesday February 8, 2012
Are you writing a lab report for a psychology class this semester? The results section is often one of the shortest parts of your report, it is still an important ... Read More

Psychology Experiment Ideas

Tuesday February 7, 2012
Do you need to design an experiment for a psychology assignment? Coming up with a good topic and experiment idea is often the most daunting part of the process, but ... Read More

College Admissions Advice

Monday February 6, 2012
Are you applying to college soon? From choosing the school that's right for you to getting your admission essays in order, this can be a stressful and time-consuming process. Fortunately, ... Read More

ISFJ - Psychology Definition of the Week

Friday February 3, 2012
Definition: The acronym ISFJ stands for Introverted, Sensing, Feeling, Judging and represents one of the 16 different personality types identified by the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). The MBTI is based ... Read More

A Closer Look at the Psychosocial Stages

Thursday February 2, 2012
The theory of psychosocial development created by Erik Erikson is perhaps one of the best known personality theories. The theory differs from many others in that it addresses development across ... Read More

How to Edit a Psychology Paper

Wednesday February 1, 2012
Editing is one of the most important steps in the writing process. Before you complete a psychology paper, it is essential to check your work for spelling, grammar and ... Read More
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