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What does this sentence of Richard Herrnstein regarding learned helplessness theory mean?

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What is the relation between "homophily indices" and "group polarization" level?

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Whether "group polarization" and "social segregation" is the same?

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What is the inverse of anthropomorphism?

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Can unconscious wishes be fulfilled via actions based on conscious or unconscious identification?

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How would human consciousness react to absence of violence stimuli?

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Recent Peer Review Studies on How Many Have Narcissistic Personality Disorder

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Why capable of social learning not implies capable of having culture?

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Measuring happiness in Children

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Where to begin with Political Psychology literature?

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Do you think depressed people relate to dark and depressive internet memes, almost like a coping mechanism?

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Where to find STORIES about successes with Attachment Disorders

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Can a subject develop learned helplessness without being conditioned?

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What does "psychology of salience" mean?

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What do experts consider best mental techniques to avoid succumbing to temptations?

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Gender stereotypes

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Does CBT help with non-sexual crime recidivism rates?

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Which area in the brain has the highest number of synapses?

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What is the relationship between identity and personality?

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How do I counter the argument that since each person is different, there can't ever be a general scientific theory to blanket the minds?

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Do women see the phallus with the same amount of sexual excitement as a man seeing breasts?

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How can the action of drugs be determined by so few neurotransmitters?

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What is the link between descriptive norm & informational social influence? When the descriptive norm doesn't appear to be "correct"?

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What is the name of the tendency to portray oneself in the positive light?