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Cognitive Psychology: The Science of How We Think
Cognitive psychology is the study of how we think, remember, decide, and perceive. Learn more about how we acquire, process, and store information.
Cognitive Psychology - About.com
Cognitive psychology is an area that looks at "interior" states including thought, motivation, attention, problem-solving and decision-making. Explore some of the  ...
Careers in Cognitive Psychology - Areas, Salary & More
What Is Cognitive Psychology?: Cognitive psychology is concerned with how people acquire, process and store information. Major areas of interest in cognitive ...
Overview of Cognitive Psychology Video
Cognitive psychology is the study of mental events such as memory, attention, and decision making. Learn more about cognitive psychology with this brief ...
Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT): How Does It Work? - Psychology
Cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) is a type of short-term treatment that can be highly effective for many disorders. Learn more about how CBT works.
Fields of Psychology - Cognitive, Experimental and More
Psychology is a huge topic and a number of different fields of psychology have emerged to deal with specific topics within the study of the mind, brain and ...
Psychology Theories (Cognitive, Behavioral & More)
Much of what we know about human thought and behavior has emerged thanks to various psychology theories. For example, behavioral theories demonstrated ...
What Is Social Cognition? - Psychology - About.com
Social cognition is an important topic within social psychology focused on how we ... It focuses on the role that cognitive processes play in our social interactions .
Cognitive Dissonance: How It Influences Behavior - Psychology
Do you ever feel uncomfortable when your beliefs don't match up with reality? Psychologists refer to this phenomenon as cognitive dissonance.
What Is Attention? - Psychology - About.com
Attention is a concept studied in cognitive psychology that refers to how we actively process specific information present in our environment. As you are reading ...
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