psychological science

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Synonyms for psychological science

the science of mental life

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An open, large-scale, collaborative effort to estimate the reproducibility of psychological science.
Chapter 2: A Tale of Two Cities is a discussion of some of the strengths and weaknesses of psychological science and Christian theology leading to the conclusion that when there is conflict between the two, it is not always wise to simply default to the 'truth' of one over the other.
It is with this in mind that this issue of the Journal of Social and Psychological Sciences attempts to broaden its scope of analysis by incorporating a variety of apparently unconnected topics which may constitute vital pieces of a 'fragmented' social and psychological science 'puzzle'.
Perhaps the other area of psychological science most relevant to camps is behavioral psychology.
Nearby airports appear to be linked to a decrease in student test scores, according to studies in the journal Psychological Science.
Neil Charness, PhD, of Florida State University, addressing the same symposium, emphasized that future support for nonbiologic aging research lies in making psychological science more useful to the elderly.
The study, published in the January 1998 issue of Psychological Science, suggests that noise increases psychophysiological stress among children.
And attempts to reproduce the results have failed, including a study by Appalachian State University researchers published last month in the journal Psychological Science.
The Council is dedicated to safeguarding scientific integrity and promoting the ethical application of psychological science.
The authors have organized the main body of their text in eight chapters devoted to the law that psychological science should study, asking appropriate questions about law, incorporating traditional scientific goals, and a variety of other related subjects.
The Association of American Medical Colleges (MC) declared that it has partnered with the American Psychological Association (APA) to offer access to free online psychological science resources to medical students, faculty, and other health professionals.
Dr Wolke told the journal Psychological Science there were very few ill effects of being the bully.
A recent study in the January 2012 issue of Perspectives on Psychological Science, a journal published by the Association for Psychological Science, suggests that older people are better able to regulate their emotions, and therefore tend to be happier than younger people.
Source: "Overheard Cell-Phone Conversations: When Less Speech Is More Distracting" by Lauren Emberson, Psychological Science (September 21, 2010), Association for Psychological Science, www.
Those who had sealed their memory away felt less negatively than those who handed the paper directly to the experimenter, researchers report in an upcoming Psychological Science.
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