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Articles which explain how basic neuroscience discoveries lead to clinical applications.
The experimental analysis of cognition and behavior in animals. Most of our discussions will focus on laboratory findings with animals, but as viewed from an evolutionary framework concerned with the natural histories of these animals. Besides discussing established results about cognition and intelligence in animals, an important emphasis is also placed on the logic and evidence used to justify these conclusions.
The Journal of Personality and Social Psychology publishes original papers in all areas of personality and social psychology. It emphasizes empirical reports but may include specialized theoretical, methodological, and review papers.
The responses and behaviors of some animals appear to be very much like our own behaviors. There is a difference in the response elicited and the communication of events that takes place.
Cocaine abuse and addiction continues to be a problem that plagues our nation, paired with medication and behavioral therapies the problem is slowly declining.
Heroin abuse and addiction are on the rise in this country. Treatment programs that include behavioral therapies are trying to help put a stop to this growing problem.
Since the identification of nicotine as an addictive drug medication and behavioral treatments have been developed to treat nicoltine addiction.
Stanton Peele believes that modern psychiatric and psychological services do not help with addictions.
Classic paper by Lee J. Cronbach (1957). Discusses the differences between experimental psychology, which is characterized as the study of variance among treatments, and correlational psychology, which is characterized as the study of variance among organisms.
Foods and environment can determine learning and behavioral problems.
Bipolar disorder, also known as manic-depression, affects at least 2 million Americans at any given time. For those who have this disorder, it can be extremely distressing and disruptive. It also explains treatment process.
Depression. Learn all about clinical depression, dysthymic disorder, major depression and mood disorder information and self-help resources online.