Archive For Mayo 26, 2019

Personal development Activities 7 highly recommended.

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Personal development Activities 7 highly recommended.

Personal development Activities. A series of activities that we can integrate into our lives to drive personal development. In the personal strategic planning of our lives there must be space to get involved in all areas that will bring us closer to fulfilling our personal and professional goals. Thus, personal development activities are fundamental to help…

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Effect of mere exposure: what it is and how it is expressed in psychology.

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Effect of mere exposure: what it is and how it is expressed in psychology.

Effect of mere exposure. This effect studied explains that the familiarity of something leads us to appreciate it favorably. Has it ever happened to you that something (for example, a song) you have been liking more and more as you listened more? Or even with someone? This has an explanation according to social psychology; It…

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Simon effect | What it is and how it is studied in psychology.

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Simon effect | What it is and how it is studied in psychology.

Simon effect. is a psychological phenomenon related to interference processes. Sometimes people have such automated responses in our brain; Conflicts occur when solving certain tasks that are “contradicted” with such automation. In this article we’ll know one of these interferences, the Simon effect. The Simon effect was proposed by J.R. Simon at the end of…

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Semantic differential test || What it is and how it is used in psychology.

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Semantic differential test || What it is and how it is used in psychology.

Semantic differential test. This tool is part of the subjective tests used in psychological evaluation. In psychological evaluation, subjective tests aim to analyze people’s personality to predict possible dysfunctions. In this article we know one of them, the test of the semantic differential of Osgood and collaborators (1952, 1972). This test has its theoretical basis…

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Overlearning. What is it and what does it tell us about memory?

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Overlearning. What is it and what does it tell us about memory?

Overlearning.  A type of learning based on consolidating memories and perfecting what has already been learned. Learning is essential to evolve and improve, and in fact, even if we don’t realize it, every day we learn new things. In Learning Psychology we find interesting concepts, such as overlearning. Overlearning or overlearninging is that each new…

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Reading Types The Twenty Most Important

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Reading Types  The Twenty Most Important

reading Types. Different ways to read patterns of graphic signs, whether they are text with letters or not. Reading is a pleasure for millions of people in the world, and it is together with scripture one of the cognitive skills that has allowed the human being to have begun to register and understand what has…

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Types of Reinforcers The 16 types and their characteristics.

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Types of Reinforcers The 16 types and their characteristics.

Types of Reinforcers. In behavioral therapy and education, reinforcers are key to changing behaviors. Reinforcement is a technique widely used in behavioral therapy. It is often applied in children and intellectual disability, in order to increase or develop different types of behaviors. For this technique to be effective, the reinforcer must be adequate. Reinforcer (or…

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Kuder Test Vocational Preferences.

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Kuder Test Vocational Preferences.

Kuder Test. Also known as Kuder scale of vocational preferences, it serves to choose profession. There is a moment in the life of every person in whom he has to decide what he wants to devote himself to professionally; To do this you must first find out what you like. Kuder’s vocational preferences test is…

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 Verbal Behavior  Skinner and Verbal operatives .

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 Verbal Behavior  Skinner and Verbal operatives .

Verbal behavior Skinner: What they are, types and performance.These functions of verbal conduct enhance learning and socialization. Psychologist B. F. Skinner called “Verbal conduct” to communication skills; Specifically, it consists of the group of vocal or non-vocal operative conducts intended to be socially reinforced. Skinner differed 6 verbal operatives, each with its own function and…

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Theory of Pavlov stimulus substitution.

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Theory of Pavlov stimulus substitution.

Theory of Pavlov stimulus substitution. There are different theories that try to explain the concepts of classical conditioning. In this article we will talk about the theory of substitution of stimuli, proposed by Ivan Pavlov. This theory maintains that after the classical conditioning occurs, the effects produced by the conditioned stimulus (EC) in the nervous…

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