Cognitive Psychology

The Reciprocity-of-Liking Rule. People categorize an action as kind by viewing its consequences and also by the person's fundamental intentions. Even if the ...

According to famous psychologists interpersonal attraction has been an important topic of research in psychology, because humans are social animals and ...

Pro-social behaviour fosters positive traits that are beneficial for children and society. It may be motivated both by altruism and by self-interest, for ...

Emotional Block. Emotional inhibitions to creativity usually result from past traumatic experiences and/or the stress of everyday living. Probably the root of ...

Informational Social Influence. Informational influence is a form of conformity which occurs when an individual turns to another in order to obtain ...

According to Newell's approach to problem solving, people solve problems by searching in a problem space. The problem space consists of the initial (current) ...

Ethics are very important when carrying out any type of psychological research. Before we can begin any research method it is vital that we stick to an ethical ...

The difference between a control group and an experimental group is one group is exposed to the conditions of the experiment and the other is not. An ...

Difference between Correlational and Experimental Method: As the name implies, the researcher looks to establish relationships between two variables. He makes ...

The observational method of research concerns the planned watching, recording, and analysis of observed behaviour as it occurs in a natural setting. The ...

Multilateralism: Multilateralism refers to the system that governs the trading among various countries without any discriminatory restrictions. Multilateralism ...

In productive thinking is a process of solving a problem in such a way that the individual has increased his or her thinking and problem-solving ability. ...

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