cognitive development

What is an automatic process in psychology? (A definitive guide)

In this blog we will answer the question “what is an automatic process in Psychology” and deliberate on its components, risks and benefits. What is an automatic process in Psychology? An automatic process in Psychology refers to the Automatic information processing, not requiring any attention...

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....

Psychological history and biographies

Who started the feminist revolution in Psychology?

In this blog we will answer the question Who started the feminist revolution in Psychology and discuss how the women rose to realize their potential, thus breaking the stigma. Who started the feminist revolution in Psychology? Karen Horney was the first one to use term...

Behavioural psychology

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...

Psychological history and biographies

Monte Ralph Rissell (an overview of criminal behaviour)

In this blog post, we will shortly describe the life of Monte Ralph Rissell, who recently has become widely known in the media. We then will describe criminal behaviour and answer the following question: Are criminals born or made? Who is Monte Ralph Rissell? In...

psychology theories

Correspondent Inference Theory( The complete guide)

In this blog post, we will explain the Jones and Davis Correspondent Inference Theory. We will discuss what is the inference and information gathering process, probability estimation and the base rate.  Jones and Davis Corresponding Inference Theory The correspondent inference theory is the generalization that...

psychology theories

Groupthink (what it is & how it influences us?)

In this article, we are going to define the phenomenon of groupthink. We are going to know the main characteristics of group thinking, a concept that tries to explain the errors or biases that we make when we make group decisions. What is Groupthink? Do...

psychology theories

What is an intrapersonal conflict (+4 steps to overcome it)

In this article, we will explain what intrapersonal conflict is, its characteristics and main causes. We will also recommend you 4 steps(tips) to overcome any intrapersonal conflict.  What is Intrapersonal Conflict? Intrapersonal conflict refers to an internal crisis that happens within an individual, and may...

psychology theories

Free association in psychology? (The Complete Guide)

In this article, we will see what exactly free association is psychology consists of and on what theoretical assumptions it is based. Free association is one of the methods most closely linked to the psychoanalysis of Sigmund Freud and his followers.  At the time, this...

cognitive development

What are the three stages of Motor learning?

In this blog we will answer the question  What are the three stages of Motor learning? And emphasise how sports can enhance it.  Motor learning refers to the complex processes occurring in the brain in response to practice or experience of a specific skill that...

psychology theories

Implicit personality theory in social psychology

In this article, we will be talking about the implicit personality theory. We will talk about the factors that influence the way we perceive people, situations and groups. But also about the ramifications of the implicit personality theory. Implicit personality theory: what does it mean?...

psychology theories

Identity achievement (the 4 identity statuses)

In this article, we will talk about the 4 identity statuses that develop during adolescence: identity diffusion, identity foreclosure, moratorium and identity achievement. What is identity achievement? Identity achievement is defined as the development of the true sense of self, which is usually achieved when...