Cognitive Psychology

Intervention and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

In this essay, I will look at an intervention used to help young people who suffer from mental health issues such as, low self-esteem, depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder and post–traumatic stress disorder. The intervention I have chosen to focus on is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). I will explain both what an intervention is and what …

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The Multistore Model of Memory by Atkinson and Shiffrin

The multistore model of memory was proposed by Atkinson and Shiffrin (1968) They proposed that memory consisted of three stores: a sensory register, short-term memory and long-term memory. Information enters into the sensory register, and if attended to will become a short-term memory, then, through rehearsal, it will become a long-term memory. This long-term memory …

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The Concept of the Priming based on Forster & Davis

Introduction Priming is a phenomenon that occurs when exposure to one stimulus affects responses to a later stimulus (e.g., seeing a dog triggers buying dog food at the convenience store). Semantic priming is a type of priming where the prime (initial stimulus) is semantically—linguistically or logically—from the same category as the target (later stimulus) (Collins …

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Influence Of Architectural Stimulation On Human Cognitive Response

ABSTRACT Architectural design has always been interdependent on human psychology. All human beings are unique and so are their abilities to perceive & absorb from their environment. Human Psychology starts developing as soon as a baby is conceived till death and keeps evolving from birth to infancy to childhood to adolescence to adulthood to old …

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Cognitive Psychology’s Perspective on Physical and Mental Changes During the Period of Development

Children are unable to dispassionately review their list of physical and psychological characteristics. They are able to see themselves as being good or bad. The development of self-esteem in middle childhood is a crucial growth factor. Now, children automatically compare themselves to the standards society has set for them. By the age of seven, a …

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The Benefits Of The Neuromarketing Strategies Compared To Traditional Marketing Techniques

Nowadays, new techniques such as neuromarketing steps forward to evaluate consumer’s behavior based on different brands, advertising or buying environments. These neuromarketing techniques can help to evaluate the hidden reasons that are responsible for specific costumer behaviors and explain what is happening inside the brain or the “black box” as it is called. Neuromarketing techniques …

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An Analysis of Hermann Ebbinghaus’s Introduction to Cognitive Psychology

Psychologist Hermann Ebbinghaus was the pioneer of Cognitive Psychology, which has a long past with a very short history. The part of human thinking has always been an elemental focus of interest. An Even ancient philosopher such as Aristotle was interested in understanding the mechanics of how our minds work. Psychology can be generally defined …

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Sociocultural Perspective And Its Application In The Classroom

There are many different ways of how people or animals think, feel and behave. Essentially, psychologists explained human behaviour by using five major perspectives specifically Biological, Learning, Cognitive, Sociocultural and Psychodynamic perspectives. However, this paper will focus primarily on the Sociocultural Perspective and how it affects human behaviour, applications of it in my teaching career …

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The Impact Of Cognitive And Psychodynamic Perspectives On The Development Of Memory

There are five major theoretical perspectives of psychology that can impact human memory. These perspectives include cognitive, psychodynamic, biological, behavioral, and humanistic. This essay will focus on the cognitive and psychodynamic perspective to analyze and evaluate the development and understanding of memory. The understanding of mental process in memory, thinking, perspective, problem-solving in relation to …

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