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yay!!:party:
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Here is the winning one resized, I don't know if you still want it?


Love you! Thanks Hun.
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All Sent off! HopefullY It'll be approved and up in no time.
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Woohoo :party:
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Go forth and Join Psychologers! (Is that even a word?!)
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i think it's psychologist...:rolleyes:
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i think it's psychologist...:rolleyes:
I know that.. I just wanted to be different!
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don't try :p:
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Can I join?? (ive done a request)

Want to study Psychology as an intercalated degree.. currently only doing very very little psychology but enjoy it!
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Of course, any interest in psych is a good thing
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Hi.
Best subject ever = Psychology
Studying it at A level...
and I suppoase I'd like to be a member. So give me the word when you have time like.

First I suppose I better prove I know something.

I think Bowlby is an idiot.
I think Rutter is good.
I think The Silence of the Lambs is one of the greatest films ever.

And I think the covetting theory as stated in that film is totally correct...
and that is...

The underlying key aspect of human nature is that we all covet. Every single last one of us. We all want something. And at the minute I want to be a member of the TSR Psychology Society. But don't worry I won't turn inot a psychopathic 'Buffalo Bill' killer if I ain't accepted...

Or will I. lol.
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errr...overkill but you sold it! lol i don't know the covetting theory though...is that AS?
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covetting theory? doesn't ring a bell (oooh, i'm guessing you know of Pavlov's dog too? )


oooh, you should try reading 'The curious incident of the dog in the night time' written by Mark Haddock (sp?)


the author has a form of autism, and he writes about one of his experiences. Tis really cool
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i know pavlov's dogs.
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errr...overkill but you sold it! lol i don't know the covetting theory though...is that AS?
Not A/S or A level. Or at least I haven't come across it.
I'd write a theory or something on it, but I bet it's out there in psychology land somewhere.
I agree with it if it exists.

Basically we all want something.
If you trace the behaviour of anyone, it is usually done because they want something.

Why do you make a cup of tea.
You're thirsty and you want a drink...

It's behaviourist psychology.
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covetting theory? doesn't ring a bell (oooh, i'm guessing you know of Pavlov's dog too? )


oooh, you should try reading 'The curious incident of the dog in the night time' written by Mark Haddock (sp?)


the author has a form of autism, and he writes about one of his experiences. Tis really cool
I know that one kind of.
That's where he electrocuted some dogs to see what'd happen or something.
I can't exactly remember what he found out though.
But whatever he found I don't see how he could relate the findings of a dog to human psychology.
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ok..thanks for that very informative lesson. like i've said already..you've sold yourself.
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I know that one kind of.
That's where he electrocuted some dogs to see what'd happen or something.
I can't exactly remember what he found out though.
But whatever he found I don't see how he could relate the findings of a dog to human psychology.
Actually He classically conditioned dogs by offering them a Unconditiond stimulus - food and it created a uncondition response of salivation, then when food was presenteds with bell this lead to associations that later when the bell was rung (the conditioned stimulus) then they still salivated even though food wasnt present.. Greatbreaking work. It showed that people can learn through association, and actually does ffect humans as this can be shown through many phobias and generalisations of human bevhiours. For example If you have a terrible car accident and a song is playing in the background, It would be assumed that whenever that song comes on a person could have a panic attack/severe anxiety because of its association.

Well the covetting theory makes sense as 'covet' pretty much measn wanting something.. Cream if you go the socs bit up the top, you can apply to joi the society
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yea, there was a guy who conditioned a baby to fear rats by banging a metal bar everytime the baby saw the rat......... if only i could remember the guy's name
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yea, there was a guy who conditioned a baby to fear rats by banging a metal bar everytime the baby saw the rat......... if only i could remember the guy's name
Watson and Reyner, They conditioned a boy called 'Little Albert' I cant believe they were actually allowed to do that! The mother took her son out before they could put him back to normal..
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