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Saul Mcleod
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What makes a city a great place to live – your commute, property prices or good conversation? Charles Montgomery finds out
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Hi, my name is Robert Boyles. I am writing an essay on observational learning and I have gained some of my information from your articles on Albert Bandura and his Social Learning Theory as well as his Bobo Doll Experiment. I notice that both articles are from 2011, but can you give me the exact date? I am using the MLA format which requires the cited source to include the date it was published.
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Your social life has the power to shape the molecular composition of your body. (Plan your day accordingly.)
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Neuroimaging is widely regarded as the key to understanding everything we do, but the authors of a controversial new book, Brainwashed, claim this approach is misguided and dangerous
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In a brain that people love to describe as “awash with chemicals,” one chemical always seems to stand out. Dopamine: the molecule behind all our most sinful behaviors and secret cravings. Dopamine is love. Dopamine is lust. Dopamine is adultery. Dopamine is motivation. Dopamine is attention. Dopamine is feminism. Dopamine...
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Biological clocks are known to schedule sleep and changes in alertness, mood, strength and blood pressure, but recent studies suggest they are also deeply involved in mental health Prof Foster delivered a public lecture on "The rhythms of life" at the Physiological Society on Monday. Watch the lecture below
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Worries about post-traumatic stress have become a stock part of the media narrative surrounding tragedies like Boston and Newtown.
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Increasing claims for neuroscience – that it can locate jealousy or Muslim fundamentalism – are ludicrous
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Only if you have the core competencies will you be able to action the key deliverables ... Steven Poole drills down into the strangled vocabulary of office jargon
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  • University of Manchester
    Teaching Assistant, 2003 - present
    Teaching undergraduate students and also undertaking a PhD.
  • Wigan and Leigh College
    Psychology Lecturer, 2003 - 2013
    Teaching A-level psychology.
  • Edge Hill University
    Psychology Lecturer, 2002 - 2003
    This was my PGCE Work placement.
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Psychology lecturer and author of simplypsychology.org.
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The Oxford Handbook of Close Relationships - Google Books
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books.google.co.uk - The Oxford Handbook of Close Relationships provides the best, most in-depth, and most comprehensive summary of the stud

Simply Psychology - Articles for Students
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Simply Psychology has been designed to help psychology students on all levels of academic courses, from A-level to degree. Whether you are l

Prince's charity lobbied government to water down homeopathy criticism
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Foundation for Integrated Medicine persuaded officials to neuter advice about homeopathy on the NHS Choices patient website

Sky Help Forum - Sky Sports on Freesat - Help & Support from the Off...
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I have been a happy Sky subscriber for very many years however our Sky+ box has now broken. We also have a Free Sat HD+ box that has a smart

Pupils are disadvantaged if they don't have internet access at home
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Home computers and internet access are integral to the way many teenagers study at home. Those denied such need extra support, argues Chris

Bandura | Social Learning Theory
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In social learning theory Albert Bandura (1977) states behavior is learned from the environment through the process of observational learnin

Vygotsky
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The work of Lev Vygotsky has become the foundation of much research and theory in developmental and child psychology. Vygotsky sees the Zone