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The All About Psychology Blog will be used to alert readers to all the latest content and resources added to the website.

It will also document a significant person, event or landmark in the history of psychology every day of the year.



Psychology Expert Interviews

Psychology Expert Q & A: Fascinating interviews with experts spanning a range of psychology topic areas.

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Interview with Clinical-Forensic Psychologist Barry Bricklin, Ph.D.

Excellent Q & A with Clinical-Forensic Psychologist and author, Barry Bricklin, Ph.D.

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Superstition in the Pigeon

Superstition in The Pigeon by psychology legend B. F. Skinner demonstrates how accidental connections between a ritual and favorable consequences can establish and maintain superstitious behavior.

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How to Forgive Yourself

How to Forgive Yourself. Excellent article on self-forgiveness by renowned psychotherapist and author, Ahron Friedberg, M.D.

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Uncertainty Rules? Making Uncertainty Work For You

Uncertainty Rules? Making Uncertainty Work For You, describes a proactive way of dealing with uncertainty that helps people take personal responsibility, think more positively, and take advantage of the opportunities that uncertainty brings.

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Conditioned Emotional Reactions: The Case of Little Albert

Conditioned Emotional Reactions (The Case of Little Albert) by John B. Watson and Rosalie Rayner is one of the most influential, infamous and iconic research articles ever published in the history of psychology.

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The Brain-Based Classroom

The Brain-Based Classroom: Accessing Every Child’s Potential Through Educational Neuroscience translates findings from educational neuroscience into a new paradigm of practices suitable for any teacher.

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Psychotherapy and Personal Change: Two Minds in a Mirror

Psychotherapy and Personal Change: Two Minds in a Mirror offers unique day-to-day accounts of patients undergoing psychotherapy and what happens during "talk therapy" to startle the complacent, conscious mind and expose the unconscious.

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The Birthday Paradox

The birthday paradox. A great way to think about randomness, probability and chance.

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They Saw A Game: A Case Study (A Psychology Classic)

They Saw A Game: A Case Study by Hadley Cantril and Albert Hastorf is an iconic study in selective perception which formed the basis for research into concepts such as social cognition and cognitive bias.

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The Bobo Doll Experiment: A Psychology Classic

The Bobo doll experiment by Albert Bandura is one of the most famous psychology studies of all time.

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How Your Mind Under Stress Gets Better At Processing Bad News

How your mind, under stress, gets better at processing bad news. Fascinating article by neuroscience expert, Dr. Tali Sharot.

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All About Psychology

A psychology website designed to help anybody looking for detailed information and resources.

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Type 1 and Type 2 Errors: Are You Positive You Know the Difference?

Type 1 and Type 2 Errors: Are You Positive You Know the Difference? Introducing a couple of quick ways to make sure you don't confuse Type 1 and Type 2 errors.

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What is Cognitive Behaviour Therapy

What is cognitive behaviour therapy? Excellent explainer article by Peter McEvoy, Professor of Clinical Psychology at Curtin University.

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Recent Articles

  1. Psychology Expert Interviews

    Feb 25, 21 04:05 AM

    Psychology Expert Q & A: Fascinating interviews with experts spanning a range of psychology topic areas.

    Read More

  2. Interview with Clinical-Forensic Psychologist Barry Bricklin, Ph.D.

    Feb 25, 21 02:16 AM

    Excellent Q & A with Clinical-Forensic Psychologist and author, Barry Bricklin, Ph.D.

    Read More

  3. Superstition in the Pigeon

    Feb 22, 21 11:21 PM

    Superstition in The Pigeon by psychology legend B. F. Skinner demonstrates how accidental connections between a ritual and favorable consequences can establish and maintain superstitious behavior.

    Read More


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