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Psychologist Fredric Wertham, who in Seduction of the Innocent asserted that " Batman stories are psychologically homosexual ", claimed to find a " subtle atmosphere of homoeroticism which pervades the adventures of the mature ' Batman ' and his young friend ' Robin '".
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Psychologist Fredric Wertham decided that the phenomenon was a landmine of hidden and repressed Freudian issues, and that a sidekick's involvement in violent acts with his hero masked a sexual subtext.
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Psychologist Dr. Galena Rhoades said: " There might be a subset of people who live together before they got engaged who might have decided to get married really based on other things in their relationship-because they were already living together and less because they really wanted and had decided they wanted a future together.
James J. Gibson was a Gestalt Psychologist who focused on vision and what he termed ecological perception.
Beck has published over 540 articles and authored or co-authored twenty-two books. He has been named one of the “ Americans in history who shaped the face of American Psychiatry ” and one of the “ five most influential psychotherapists of all time ” by The American Psychologist ( July 1989 ).
The Aerospace Experimental Psychologist insignia is a military badge of the United States Navy which is issued to those members of the Navy Medical Service Corps who have been qualified as in-flight aviation observers with certification in psychology, in particular the psychology of in-flight aircraft close quarters and the mental stress of possible combat situations.
Psychologist Richard Gartner, who specializes in counseling men who were sexually abused as children, writes that The Celebration is a praiseworthy film that accurately depicts the consequences of sexual abuse:
In 1948, as Head Psychologist at the Veterans Hospital at Lyons, Gilbert treated veterans of World Wars I and II who had suffered nervous breakdowns.
His eldest daughter, Allyson, is a Psychologist who runs a provincial assessment and research centre The Regional Assessment and Resource Centre which provides supports to post-secondary students with disabilities.
# The CFT has a Mental Health Professional ( s ) ( Psychologist, Social Worker, Developmental Pediatrician, Psychiatrist ) who attends team meetings and whose education, training and experience have adequately prepared him / her for the psychological and psychosocial diagnosis and treatment of patients with craniofacial anomalies or syndromes.
Mackey had been interested in the widely accepted and validated work of Psychologist and Psychometrician Louis L. Thurstone who had also been an assistant to Thomas A. Edison as well as a University Professor and writer.
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The most highly cited journals related to educational psychology are currently Child Development, Educational Psychologist, and Journal of Educational Psychology.
As chat rooms are often frequented by minors, they can facilitate illegal sexual contact though studies have shown that this is not common, with the American Psychologist journal calling many of the fears ' myths '.
Psychologist Robert Jay Lifton considers loaded language to be a brainwashing technique: " New words and language are created to explain the new and profound meanings that have been discovered.
Psychologist Harold Bessell, Ph. D, in his book " The Love Test ," reconciles the opposing forces noted by the above researchers and shows that there are two factors that determine the quality of a relationship.
In the United States, the premier scholarly journals of the profession are the Journal of Counseling Psychology and The Counseling Psychologist.
Psychologist and critic Jerry S. Piven, however, is skeptical that Hokusai's playful image could account for the violent depictions in modern media, arguing that these are instead a product of the turmoil experienced throughout Japanese culture following World War II.
Psychologist Linda Gottfredson ( Gottfredson, 2003 ) criticises the unempirical nature of triarchic theory and argues that it is absurd to assert that traditional Intelligence tests are not measuring practical intelligence when they show a moderate correlation with income, especially at middle age when individuals have had a chance to reach their maximum career potential, an even higher correlation with occupational prestige, and that IQ tests even predict the ability to stay out of jail and stay alive ( all of which qualifies as practical intelligence or " street smarts ").
The Professional Titles in Peru are equivalent to the first professional degrees in the Anglo-Saxon countries, therefore if a person obtained a Master in Counselling degree in the US will need to complete the university studies in Peru in order to obtain the Licenciate or Title of Psychologist and then the Licensure at the Colegio de Psicólogos del Perú.
Psychologist Dr. David Weeks mentions people with a mental illness " suffer " from their behavior while eccentrics are quite happy.
Psychologist Anne Campbell argues that females are more likely to use indirect aggression, and that " cultural interpretations have ' enhanced ' evolutionarily based sex differences by a process of imposition which stigmatises the expression of aggression by females and causes women to offer exculpatory ( rather than justificatory ) accounts of their own aggression.
Psychologist David P. Barash wrote that " Pinker ’ s thinking and writing are first-rate … maybe even better than that.
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Psychologist Lloyd Humphreys, then editor-in-chief of The American Journal of Psychology and Psychological Bulletin, wrote that The Mismeasure of Man was " science fiction " and " political propaganda ", and that Gould had misrepresented the views of Alfred Binet, Godfrey Thomson, and Lewis Terman.
During 1945 he wrote his world-famous book titled Trotzdem Ja Zum Leben Sagen: Ein Psychologe Erlebt das Konzentrationslager ( translated: "... Saying Yes to Life in Spite of Everything: A Psychologist Experiences the Concentration Camp ", known in English by the title Man's Search for Meaning ( 1959 ).
Psychologist and cognitive scientist Steven Pinker theorized that, rather than viewing Einstein's ( and other famously gifted late-talking individuals ) adult accomplishments as existing distinct from, or in spite of, his early language deficits, and rather than viewing Einstein's lingual delay itself as a " disorder ", it may be that Einstein's genius and his delay in speaking were developmentally intrinsic to one another.
* Hovland, C., " Reconciling Conflicting Results Derived From Experimental and Survey Studies of Attitude Change ", American Psychologist, Vol. 14, No. 1, ( January 1959 ), pp. 8 – 17.
* Kirsch, I., " Response Expectancy as a Determinant of Experience and Behavior ", American Psychologist, Vol. 40, No. 11, ( November 1985 ), pp. 1189-1202.
* British Clinical Psychologist Oliver James published a book in 2002 entitled " They F *** You Up ", starting each chapter with a line or stanza from Larkin's verse, followed in 2010 by a further book on parenting and child development called " How Not to F *** Them Up ".
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Psychologist Nicholas Spanos and others have suggested that in addition to iatrogenesis, DID may be the result of role-playing rather than alternative identities, though others disagree, pointing to a lack of incentive to manufacture or maintain separate identities and point to the claimed histories of abuse.
Psychologist Henry Gleitman has claimed that Nebuchadnezzar's insanity was a result of general paresis or paralytic dementia seen in advanced cases of syphilis.
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The Swiss Psychologist Carl Jung wrote a short Gnostic treatise in 1916 called The Seven Sermons to the Dead, which called Abraxas a God higher than the Christian God and Devil, that combines all opposites into one Being.
Russian Psychologist Lev Vygotsky read Sapir's work and experimentally studied the ways in which the development of concepts in children was influenced by structures given in language.
The Dutch professional association of psychologists ( NIP ), using trademark law, therefore posited its own title " Psychologist NIP " ( Psycholoog NIP ), which is granted exclusively to holders of a Masters degree in psychology, after a year of postgraduate experience.
Psychologist Endel Tulving ( 1972 ; 1983 ) further defined these two declarative memory conceptions of explicit memory ( in which information is consciously registered and recalled ) into semantic memory wherein general world knowledge not tied to specific events is stored and episodic memory involving the storage of context-specific information about personal experiences ( i. e. time, location, and surroundings of personal knowledge ).
Psychologist Kenneth Kaye showed that infants ' ability to match the sounds or gestures of an adult depends on an interactive process of turn-taking over many successive trials, in which adults ' instinctive behavior plays as great a role as that of the infant.
Lilienfeld reported this subsequent rejection on several psychology internet fora, which produced such an intense response the APA and American Psychologist ultimately printed the article as part of a special issue focusing on the controversy.
Psychologist Herman Staudenmayer describes the program as part of a trend for diagnosing and treating a " Multiple Chemical Sensitivity " disorder which does not correspond to any known disease and is likely to be psychophysiological.
" Psychologist Michael Langone, executive director of the International Cultic Studies Association, defines a destructive cult as " a highly manipulative group which
So it was interesting to see Jen Hunt of the University of Manchester stating in the October issue of The Psychologist: " Authors gravitate to the area of research which fits their surname.
Psychologist George Ainslie argues that akrasia results from the empirically verified phenomenon of hyperbolic discounting, which causes us to make different judgements close to a reward than we will when further from it .< ref >