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Introduction to Psychology of Persuasion Symposium

. Rev. 281 (2016). Available at: http://repository.uwyo.edu/wlr/vol16/iss2/1 - Number 2 SPECIAL SECTION: PSYCHOLOGY Article 1 Follow this and additional works at: http://repository.uwyo.edu/wlr Part ... of the Law Commons Recommended Citation VOLUME 16 2016 NUMBER 2 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY OF PERSUASION SYMPOSIUM Professor Kenneth D. Chestek * In February, 2014, the University of Nevada Las

Animal Images in College Psychology Textbooks

presenting a research topic at the elementary level, much as Churchill (1988) and Massey (1988) have analyzed the presentation of humanistic psychology in general textbooks. Maternal deprivation ... presentation of animals and animal research in popular introductory college psychology textbooks. The introductory textbook is a good source for discovering the underlying and implicit attitudes about animals

The Integration of Research and Practice in Clinical Psychology

disagreement interferes with the recognition that scientific credibility has had on the overall success of professional psychology, as well as the recognition that the growth of psychology in general has been ... significant debates in clinical psychology in the past decade has been focused on evidence-based practices (Berke, Rozell, Hogan, Norcross, & Karpiak, 2011) . This debate occurs in clinic, research, academic

The Psychology of Religion

seems to have occurred simultaneously with the chanting of the Matras and the heartfelt offering up of the cocoanuts and the betel-leaves in India. THE PSYCHOLOGY OF RELIGION. To the Editor of The Open ... ? What form of religion do you prefer ? Are you now a communicant or non-communican church member, or out of sympathy with churches in general ? Have you strong religious needs ? What are they ? Describe

Jurisprudence and Contemporary Psychology

presently determinable, so the case is a strong one and shows how important is the general principle that a conveyance is to be construed most strongly against the grantor who chose the words, and in favor of ... clear evidence in it of a consciousness that John was then living. The Court first stated the general rule that a deed as well as a will must be construed by looking at the whole instrument and fairly

Metaphysics, Psychology and Philosophy.

METAPHYSICS, PSYCHOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY; PROFESSOR DEWEY'S VIEWS BY VICTOR S. YARROS - FROM time immemorial, philosophy has bceii a compound of which metaphysics, psycholog^y. logic, ethics a'l i ... to assimilate established scientific truths, in order to fulfill its own more general and more synthetic function. Yet, surprisingly enough. Professor Dewev's svstem of philosophy essays to correct and

The Psychology of Clothing

turn eager ears. This time it is science telling us that "something new" has been found about our modes of dress. At the very beginning one finds that the psychology of clothing is closely linked with ... physically unable to climb and the men were forced to leave them to their fate. Their inabil­ ity because of faulty clothes, took a heavy toll. Altho our bodies are all built on the same general plan, when it

Educational Psychology In Action

Psychology students apply knowledge at the Franklin Opportunity School, reports Victoria McKibben ... one hour credit in psychology. Since most of the workers are new at their job, the Psychology Department has prepared a pamphlet of complete information about how to teach the slow­ learning students

The Psychology of Continence

reason modern psychology still has to rediscover some very basic aspects of human psychic structure, which were well known to the giants of classical philosophy and theology, such as Aristotle, St. Thomas ... it in females is important for the survival of the human species in general; the individual body does not get energy for its survival in sexual intercourse. On the contrary, on a purely biological

The Psychology and Law of Hazing Consent

works at: http://scholarship.law.marquette.edu/mulr Part of the Law Commons, and the Psychology Commons Repository Citation Gregory S. Parks and Tiffany F. Southerland, Th e Psychology and Law of Hazing ... Consent, 97 Marq. L. Rev. 1 (2013). Available at: http://scholarship.law.marquette.edu/mulr/vol97/iss1/3 - Article 3 Volume 97 Fall 2013 Number 1 THE PSYCHOLOGY AND LAW OF HAZING CONSENT GREGORY S

The Psychology of Fear.

THE PSYCHOLOGY OF FEAR. BY ARTHUR J. WESTERMAYR. FROM the beginning of human thought, fear has been regarded with contempt. To fear, to be afraid, is considered the earmark of cowardice, and as

The Psychology of Music.

THE PSYCHOLOGY OF MUSIC. BY CHARLES KASSEL. - AS poetry and prose are the language of thought so music is the - language of feeling. It is sound grown eloquent. Painting sculpture—nay, even the ... whole being is soothed and calmed. "Music is the most emotional of all arts," says Theodule Ribot in that highly thoughtful and suggestive work The Psychology of the Emotions (Scribners', 1900, page 103

Higher and Lower Pleasures and our Moral Psychology

theory susceptible to the general criticisms of utilitarian theories. The positive account shows what he gains from this distinction: in full, it turns out to be a quite advanced moral psychology, placed ... Mill was trying to resist: both to distinguish his utilitarianism from earlier utilitarian theories and so to avoid categorization in such a way which makes his theory susceptible to the general

Social Psychology, Information Processing, and Plea Bargaining

the "basic assumption ... that both the Psychology research in the last three decades has devoted a good deal of attention to an examination of how individuals process information. One of the most ... heuristics that interfere with accurate information processing are certainly one threat to a rational economic model of plea bargaining. But modern psychology has recognized that cognitive biases and

The Psychology of German Action.

THE PSYCHOLOGY OF GERMAN ACTION. BY OTTO C. BACKOF. - **'T^HE end of man is an action, and not a thought, thongh it J- were the noblest" (Carlyle). The final test of true culture is the quality ... teachers. From the kindergartens to the academies, all are under the control of the government. The academies are the highest institutions of learning. It is quite a general rule among German university

Psychology and the New Humanism.

PSYCHOLOGY AND THE NEW HUMANISM BY D. E. PHILLIPS - WHAT a title—New Humanism which dreads the future, looks to and worships the past ; a movement behind which one recognizes the echoes of ... deductive speculative thinking for the past two thousand years ; a movement in which rationalization plays the chief part ; a movement that throws psychology overboard as a pseudo-science, yet grounds itself

Depth Psychology, Transference and Spirituality

Psychology, Transference and Spirituality A previous contributor to Linacre, Father Moreno is at the Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology at the Graduate Theological Union. Oakland. Sigmund Freud was ... consequences for the transference phenomenon. This hypothesis, described by lung in Two Essays on Analytical Psychology, implies the existence of a new domain that transcends the personal unconscious and leads

"Average-Representing Grant": Whitman's General

how Whitman eventually “saw in the general and his critics a symbol of his own poetic battles against the canons of tradition.” ... correspondence, and conversations late in life all demonstrate how the poet’s views on g rant shifted over time, culminating in both admiration for and a surprising amount of identification with the general turned