Psychology of memory & learning
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Psychology of memory & learning (C853): The study of psychological processes of memory and learning.Displaying 1 - 10 of 10
|Types of Reliability||
Research Methods Knowledge Base page from the Web Center for Social Research Methods (Cornell University) introduces the major forms of...
|reliability, Validity, statistics||view|
|"Is Autism an extreme of the male brain?" A lecture by Simon Baron-Cohen||
This is a Stockholm Psychiatry Lecture given by Professor Simon Baron-Cohen of Cambridge University, entitled "Is Autism an extreme of the male...
|Gender, autism, aspergers, Brain, brain scanning, empathy||view|
Dyslexia is a condition affecting literacy skills. This Open University unit analyses how our image of normality affects the way in which society...
|Psychology, developmental disorders, developmental psychology, child development, Reading, Dyslexia, Language||view|
|"Industrial/Organizational Psychology" - Online Course by The Saylor Foundation||
This is a link to an online course which introduces the topics of industrial/organizational psychology, or the application of psychological...
|Psychology, industrial psychology, organizational psychology, organisational psychology, I/O psychology, workplace, psychology in the workplace, Employment, recruitment, Evaluation, employee, satisfaction, motivation, commitment, leadership, groups, teams||view|
|Elizabeth Loftus on Eyewitness Testimony||
Professor Elizabeth Loftus discusses the unreliable nature of eyewitness testimony and describes her groundbreaking research on eye witness...
|Eye-witness testimony, memory, Cognition, Loftus, Psychology||view|
|Starting With Psychology||
This Open University unit investigates at a number of different explanations that psychologists put forward in their attempts to understand why...
|introduction to psychology, Psychology, relationships, group pressure, thinking, Cognition, split-brain||view|
|Simply Psychology Link on Language Acquisition||
Language is a cognition that truly makes us human, although other species communicate with an innate ability to produce a limited number of...
|Psychology, Language, Skinner, Chomsky, language acquisition||view|
|Behavioural Neuroscience and Alzheimer's Disease Lecture||
Dr Barbara Knowlton from UCLA discusses the cognitive changes and symptoms associated with Alzheimer's disease, before outlining some risk factors...
|memory, Learning, alzheimer's disease, cognitive psychology, psychobiology||view|
|Joseph LeDoux Lecture on "Our Emotional Brains"||
"Our Emotional Brains" - delivered by Professor Joseph LeDoux, was the third Copernicus Center Lecture.
The 2011 Copernicus Center Lecture...
|Brain, emotions, Neuroscience, limbic system, homeostasis, neurotransmission, threat, brain surgery||view|
What does ‘attention’ mean? This link to the Open University unit on attention attempts to unravel the mysteries of the field of attention and ...
|attention, cognitive, distract, memory, Psychology, sounds, images, stimuli||view|