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Psychologists and Their Theories
Psychologists & Sociologists
"About psychologists and the theories they developed."
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This psychologist followed in the footsteps of her famous father to become a leading psychoanalyst. In particular, she specialized in child psychoanalysis.
This Canadian born psychologist defined the theory of reciprocal determinism. This means that just as the environment causes behaviors, behaviors have an effect on the environment.
This theorist is famous for his Hierarchy of Needs which states that people and animals are more concerned about meeting those needs necessary for survival than they are concerned about becoming geniuses.
Who developed the theory of drive reduction?
This English psychologist worked closely with Anna Freud for a time and was an expert on child psychoanalysis.
The 'collective unconscious' is this psychologist's claim to fame.
Two words ... salivating dogs.
Teachers love him, as his theory of development has been the basis for educational theory for many decades. He stated that there were exactly four stages of development.
He believed that changes in behavior are a result of a persons response to events that occur in the environment. You know, stimulus, behavior, reward.
He believed that there are two types of learning, cognitive, which is meaningless, and experiential, which is not meaningless. Clearly, in his mind, experiential learning was the best way to go.
This man was the founder of psychoanalysis.
He developed the theory of multiple intelligences.
This behaviorist got bored with behaviorism and became an advertising executive.
He founded the first formal psychology laboratory in the world in 1879.
He developed the concept of id, ego and superego.
( One Word .. think pipe, couch and fixation on relationships with mothers)
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