Behavioural psychology

Putting Down Others To Feel Better(The psychology behind it)

This article will look at why someone feels better by putting others down and hence explain the psychology behind it. Furthermore, the article will also shed light on what psychology is and what it means to put someone down and how they do so. The...

Behavioural psychology

Why Do I Cry When Someone Asks If I’m Okay(3 Reasons)

This article will look at the reasons why someone tears up when they are asked whether they are okay or not! Also, the article will also study an important concept called ‘smiling depression’ in order to help the audience develop a better understanding of the...

Behavioural psychology

Why Do I Cry When I See Kindness(+5 Reasons)

This article will focus on why someone may cry when they see or experience kindness. Also, the article will comment on what kindness is and how it affects people. Why Do I Cry When I See Kindness? Here are some reasons why you cry when...

Behavioural psychology

Why do people vote? (An insight)

In this blog we will discuss the question ‘Why do people vote?’ What is a vote?  Voting is a method through which a group can make a collective decision or express an opinion in debates or election campaigns.  There are different systems for collecting votes....

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What happened to Little Albert? (Find out)

In this blog we will answer the question, what happened to little Albert? And reveal the true identity of little Albert and the experiment that was conducted on him. What happened to little Albert? Albert was a 9 month old baby who was experimented upon...

Behavioural psychology

Hostile attribution bias (+7 other types of cognitive biases)

In this article, we talk about cognitive biases. Mainly about the hostile attribution bias, but also about other attribution errors and biases, highlighting their consequences on our social interaction and day to day lives.  What is the hostile attribution bias? The hostile attribution bias or,...

Behavioural psychology

What are the 3 types of aggression?

In this article, we are going to answer the following question: What are the 3 types of aggression? We will explain what is reactive-expression aggression; reactive-inexpressive aggression and proactive-relational aggression. We will also talk about the sources of aggressive behaviour and aggression management.  What are...

Behavioural psychology

What is a Forensic Psychologist? (Complete Overview)

In this blog we will discuss the question ‘What is a forensic Psychologist?’ and give an insight into this field of psychology.  Forensic psychology can be defined as a specialization within the field of psychology that is a blend between Psychology and law. The main...

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Parallel processing psychology (and a new way to think)

In this article, we are talking about parallel processing in psychology, as well as about parallel thinking and the innovative ideas of Dr Edward de Bono, one of the very few people in history who can be said to have had a major impact on...

Behavioural psychology

Positive Punishment Examples (List)

This blog mentions various examples of positive punishment. Positive punishment is a concept used in B.F. Skinner’s operant conditioning theory. Before we move on to positive punishment examples, let’s dig deeper into the concept of positive punishment. What is Positive Punishment? Positive punishment is an...

Behavioural psychology

Body Language (A complete guide)

What Is Body Language?  Body language is the implicit component of communication that we use to uncover our actual sentiments and feelings. In other words, it is our instinctual method of nonverbal communication. Our hand gestures, facial expressions and physical stance are examples of human...

Behavioural psychology

Negative reinforcement (A complete guide)

Behavioral psychology is a branch of psychology specializing in shaping behaviors. Negative reinforcement is a concept frequently described in behavioral psychology. Negative reinforcement occurs when something is taken away in response to a person’s behavior, creating an overall favorable outcome. More specifically, a negative or...