Psychology Articles on MemoryMay 31, 2016 – 04:50 am

Psychology Articles on Memory

Not getting enough sleep may increase the likelihood of forming false memories, according to research published in Psychological Science , a journal of the Association for Psychological Science. In a study conducted by psychological scientist Steven J. Frenda of the University of California, Irvine and colleagues, sleep-deprived people who viewed photographs of a crime being committed and then read false information about the photos were more likely… Property for sale and rent in Galway.

Child Psychology StudiesMay 25, 2016 – 03:48 am

Child Psychology Studies

Once upon a time, although it seems barely credible to us now, we were all children. We gurgled, we cried, we laughed, we explored, we fell down, and we had very little idea about the journey on which we had just embarked. Barring mishap, over the first few years of our lives we developed memory, language, self-concept, cognitive, social and emotional abilities. We took our first steps towards our future selves. Child psychology – or, more broadly…

Educational Requirements for a PsychologistMay 24, 2016 – 03:43 am

Educational Requirements for a Psychologist

The level of education required for psychologists will vary depending on the job and the state in which you choose to practice. For most psychologist positions, you ll need at least a master s degree; many other jobs require a license to practice, as well. Read on to learn more. Schools offering . Education A master s degree is the minimum requirement for most psychologist positions, and jobs in some branches of psychology will require you to have…

Articles on Child PsychologyMay 15, 2016 – 03:08 am

Articles on Child Psychology

Living in the San Francisco Bay Area for the past few years, I’ve gotten used to lots of things that would probably seem strange in other cities. Commuting on a unicycle? Sure. Rampant midday nudity? Everywhere. Vegan dinner fundraiser for your Burning Man art car? Of course. So I hardly bat an eye when a 4-year-old says, “My favorite food is edamame.” As a developmental psychologist, I test children to learn basic facts about kids, such as how they…

Masters Degree Psychology OnlineMay 12, 2016 – 02:53 am

Masters Degree Psychology Online

Overview Psychology is the study of human behavior and personality. An online master’s degree in psychology is ideal for individuals who aspire to work with the public, both within the mental health field and beyond. Students in an online psychology master s degree program can obtain decision-making, risk assessment, communication, observational, problem-solving and people skills that can be applied in many occupations. Graduates can work as a psychological…

Counseling PsychologistMay 1, 2016 – 01:38 am

Counseling Psychologist

Counseling Psychology is a specialty within professional psychology that maintains a focus on facilitating personal and interpersonal functioning across the life span. The specialty pays particular attention to emotional, social, vocational, educational, health-related, developmental, and organizational concerns. The practice of Counseling Psychology encompasses a broad range of culturally-sensitive practices that help people improve their well-being…

Psychology Bachelor Degree JobsApril 11, 2016 – 11:16 pm

Psychology Bachelor Degree Jobs

Nearly 50 percent of all psychology graduates at the baccalaureate level will seek a full-time job immediately after they graduate. The good news is that of the psychology majors entering the labor force one year after graduation, 90 percent were employed. After two years, it was 94 percent. Psychology is the second most popular undergraduate major behind business administration. In 1996, about 65, college seniors graduated with a degree in psychology…