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positive psychology the 7 Best Techniques

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positive psychology techniques. very useful to improve in psychological well-being. Positive psychology is very much on the rise today, and considering that it is a relatively new discipline yet; People often talk about them without knowing exactly what they are about or what their methods are. In this article we will review some of the…

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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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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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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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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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