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When a UCS, reinforcer, or innate releaser is repeatedly presented to human or animal Ss, 3 major affective phenomena are often observed: (1) affective or hedonic contrast; (2) frequent repetition giving rise to affective or hedonic habituation (tolerance); and (3) after frequent repetition of...
Comments on N. W. Perry's article on why psychology does not need alternatives to the scientist–professional (Boulder) training model. It is suggested that the field of psychology needs to pay as much attention to encouraging research and developing research skills at the postgraduate level as...
Presents the author's personal views on the development of learning and cognitive processes. In the 1960's neobehaviorist theories and then formal stochastic models involved analysis of processes in which probabilities of responses are altered. Researchers began to analyze learning as discrete...
Responds to comments by S. Diamond (1980) on R. Stagner's (1979) article on Wilhelm Wundt. Stagner's call for regular interchange between the theoretical and applied sides of psychology is reiterated.
Examines the present state of Turkish psychology in terms of training, professional practice, and research. Contrary to the expectations of earlier observers, the "technical" or applied emphasis has not played a leading role in the development of psychology, nor have the older, established...
Examines some of the topics that are meaningful and useful to the Black researcher: views on physical characteristics, family life-styles, home conditions and consumer practices, patterns of recreation, and the use of language. It is demonstrated that once out of the "fishbowl," the novice...
Presents the text of the amici curiae brief of v. (No. 78-680, October 1978 term of the U.S. Supreme Court) regarding presentation of the "Golden Fleece of the Month Award" for Hutchinson's various research projects. (22 ref)
This item presents a comment on the original article by K. S. Pope et al which asserted that the literature on ethics, standards, research, theory, and practice leaves both psychology graduate students and those psychologists responsible for their education without clear expectations,...
Comments on S. R. Sabat's (1979) attempt to show that Wilhelm Wundt held views at variance with those of current physiological psychologists and on R. Stagner's (1979) suggestion that Wundt made some early attempts at applied psychology.
Discusses the origin and evolution of the term psychology, drawing on several secondary sources. Occurrences of the term in 17th century writings, Latin use of the term, and gradual incorporation of the term into other languages are addressed. Early titles containing the term psychology reflect...
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