LEARNING ADDS

In recent years there has been a vast increase in the variety of available materials and techniques designed to enhance the learning process. The...

LEARNING DURING SLEEP

The idea of learning while asleep is of considerable interest to scientists in their exploration of thinking processes. It is also attractive to practical-minded...

LEARNING (GENERAL)

A process in which new information, habits, or abilities are acquired; in general, any modification of behavior due to contact with the environment.Animals and...

LEARNING PLATEAU

A flat place in a learning curve, indicating a period of little or no progress (Fig. 33).The occurrence and persistence of a plateau depend...

LEARNING TECHNIQUES

It is safe to say that no subject in the entire field of psychology has received more attention than the techniques of learning. The...

LEARNING UNDER HYPNOSIS

Hypnotic learning has not been fully explored, but a number of reported experiments show positive results. The first studies dealt primarily with conditioning during...

LEGAL PSYCHIATRY (Forensic Psychiatry)

There are many points where the provinces of psychiatry and the law impinge on each other. Some of the most important are the problems...

LEGAL PSYCHOLOGY (Forensic Psychology)

An area of applied psychology traditionally devoted to such problems as testimony, methods of interrogation, and guilt detection.In recent years the field has been...

LEVEL OF ASPIRATION

The level at which a person sets his significant goals; the level of performance to which he aspires.An individual’s aspiration level has an important...

LIE DETECTOR

An apparatus designed to detect emotional changes that indicate guilt.Attempts to detect guilt on the basis of physical and psychological signs appear to be...

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