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Physiological psychology

Daniel Porter Kimble

Physiological psychology

a unit for introductory psychology.

by Daniel Porter Kimble

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Published by Addison Wesley in Reading (Mass.) .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Programmed text sponsored by Behavioral Research Laboratories.

ContributionsBehavioral Research Laboratories (Palo Alto, Calif)
The Physical Object
Pagination184p.
Number of Pages184
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20351602M

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Except for the few exceptions described later on in this book, all of these sciences contribute to the advancement of our knowledge of how the animal body including the brain performs the various tasks required for the survival Physiological psychology book the individual and the species and for the enjoyment of human existence. Projective tests may be useful in creating inferences to follow up with other methods. The terms "objective test" and "projective test" have recently come under criticism in the Journal of Personality Assessment. In the 19th century, Wilhelm Hegel was probably the first philosopher to formally express the idea of a dialectical progression of knowledge. Research using twin studies looks for the degree of concordance or similarity between identical and fraternal i. An introduction to physiological psychology, by A.

For many years, however, Physiological psychology book seemed unable to treat science as a serious object of study. Oxytocin acts to over-sensitize the limbic system to emotional responses leading to even larger emotional responses. On the other hand, progress which is the major distinctive characteristic of science is obtained by refuting or refining previous knowledge. In these types of tests, a series of tasks is presented to the person being evaluated, and the person's responses are graded according to carefully prescribed guidelines. During normal science, scientists are carefully trained according to prevailing rules of scientific conduct and perform their work in accordance with these rules, whereas the rejection of part or all of the previous rules characterizes a scientific revolution Kuhn


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Biological psychology

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On the other hand, academic education in physiological psychology has almost always neglected the description of the worldview shared by physiological psychologists. As Gerard Lebrun wisely noted, the first condition for performing good epistemology i.

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Investigation of Inheritance Twin studies provide geneticists with a kind of natural experiment in which the behavioral likeness of identical twins whose genetic relatedness is 1.

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