While philosophers ponder life’s big questions and poets play with words to convey their ideas, psychologists carry out scientific research. They have many options: observe people, ask people questions or set up conditions to see how people react. In broad terms,...
Gender considerations are an important element of IB Psychology. As the authors of 50 Great Myths of Popular Psychology, Lilienfeld, Lynn, Ruscio and Beyerstein point out, one of the most enduring myths concerning gender is that men and women communicate in completely...
This article from Psychology Today, Plastic Is Fantastic . . . for Your Brain explores the topic of neuroplasticity, a topic from the Biological Approach. Neuroplasticity is defined as your brain’s ability to alter its physical structure, to repair damaged regions, to...
A recently published book by Susan Cain, Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking, raises some provocative ideas about the subject. The major ideas of her argument are outlined here. Do you see her argument as credible? Sign up to...
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