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What is spontaneous recovery?

This blog answers: What is spontaneous recovery? How does spontaneous recovery work? What is spontaneous recovery? Spontaneous recovery is a learning phenomenon described in the famous classical conditioning or Pavlovian conditioning. In spontaneous recovery, a previously extinct conditioned behavior remerges after some time has passed...

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What is Rote Memorization?

This blog answers: What is Rote Memorization? Why is Rote Memorization considered an ineffective learning technique? What are some effective alternatives to Rote Memorization? What is Rote Memorization? Rote memorization is a technique whereby one repeats some learning material repeatedly, without processing it deeply or...

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How does context-dependent memory work?

This blog answers: How does context-dependent memory work? How is the brain involved in context-dependent memory? What are the types of context-dependent memory? How does context-dependent memory work? When we are forming memories, there is always a context involved in that process. For instance, when...

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What is objective morality?

This blog answers: What is objective morality? What are the arguments for objective morality? What is objective morality? Objective morality refers to the conception that morality is natural, meaning that it’s already in our nature. It is the belief that morality is and should be...

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How to stop making up scenarios in your head and believing them?

 This blog answers: How to stop making up scenarios in your head and believing them? What are the therapy options for making up scenarios in your head? How to stop making up scenarios in your head and believing them? Some ways to stop making up...

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Shadowing psychology: MCAT questions

In this blog we present to you common Shadowing psychology MCAT questions. We will also discuss what shadowing is in psychology, what the shadowing technique is, why it is used, and we will also present to you a step by step guide into shadowing technique. ...

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How to stop recurring BV infections permanently (7 best approaches)

In this blog, we will answer the question, “How to stop recurring BV infections permanently?”. We will discuss 7 best approaches which can help you get rid of BV, for good.  Is it possible to stop recurring BV infections permanently? Yes, it is possible to...

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SUDS: Seemingly Unimportant Decisions

The current blogpost will be based on the question “What are SUDS Seemingly Unimportant Decisions?”. We will learn about the seemingly unimportant decisions. We will also discuss their effect on our routine life actions and relationships. What are SUDS Seemingly Unimportant Decisions? SUDS are called...

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Cerebral VS intellectual

This blog answers: What is the link between cerebral and intellectual? What is the bio-psycho-social model, and how does it relate to the cerebral and intellectual? Can environment and diet affect the cerebral and intellectual? Is the cerebral vulnerable to diseases? Do the cerebral and...

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Can telemedicine prescribe controlled substances?

This blog answers: Can telemedicine prescribe controlled substances? What is telemedicine? What are controlled substances? Can telemedicine prescribe controlled substances? Generally speaking, most telemedicine services do not prescribe controlled substances.  Controlled substances require a prescription from a doctor, and the patients who take them are...

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What are some examples of metacognitive strategies?

What are some examples of metacognitive strategies? Metacognition is the ability to think about one's own thinking. The word meta means “beyond” and cognition means “thinking”. Therefore, metacognitive strategies contain how an individual thinks and regulates the same. Some examples of metacognitive strategies are: Self-questioning...

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What are some examples of metacognition in everyday life?

What are some examples of metacognition in everyday life?   Metacognition refers to one's awareness of their personal thinking and ability to regulate the same. Some examples of metacognition in everyday life are: Awareness about having difficulty remembering people’s names in social situations Many a...