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Learned Helplessness

Learned helplessness is when people feel helpless to avoid negative situations because previous experience has shown them that they do not have control. In this lesson, we’ll explore some of the causes and effects of learned helplessness. 332 more words

Myasthenia Gravis

PowerPoint project

Select the title link above to post your PowerPoint project.  The PowerPoint Project Rubric will serve as a guide for designing the project and for grading purposes.  111 more words

Academic Writing


If you have ‘time’ I would like to ask you a few questions. What is time? Can we kill time? Who has the time?

Time: a component quantity of various measurements used to sequence events, to compare the duration of events or the intervals between them, and to quantify rates of change of quantities in material reality or in the conscious experience. 702 more words


The Color Spectrum Song, Psychology, Metaphysics, and Light!

Colors! Let’s talk about them. I remember as a kid I almost hated the question “what’s your favorite color” because I couldn’t choose. Time of braces came and I chose ALL of them. 895 more words


Learning Theory - Explanation of Attachment

Learning can be defined as the process leading to relatively permanent behavioural change. In other words, we alter our responses to certain environmental cues as a result of a learned response. 636 more words


How to use Classical Conditioning to become attractive

This is super cool.

I mean, really cool !!

Only if you can take advantage of this.

Classical conditioning is a behavior-modification technique that gets used and abused in psychology more than almost any other concept. 551 more words


Entry 3: First day jitters in kindergartens and Classical Conditioning

For our generation (born during the 80’s), looking back at our kindergarten years also marked the first time we step foot inside a school. It would be the first time to attend a formal class, first time to have friends as classmates, and first time to listen to a teacher. 431 more words

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