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Dr. Albert Ellis  (1913 – 2007)

Dr. Albert Ellis (1913 – 2007)

“There is virtually nothing in which I delight more,” says Albert Ellis, “than throwing myself into a good and difficultRead More

LOCKE VS. ROUSSEAU ON CHILDREN DEVELOPMENT

LOCKE VS. ROUSSEAU ON CHILDREN DEVELOPMENT

Author: Murat Artiran, Ph.D. THE VIEWS OF LOCKE AND ROUSSEAU ON HOW CHILDREN DEVELOP   Before Locke, many philosophers thoughtRead More

Evaluate Differently: REBT

Evaluate Differently: REBT

REBT is a part of the group of 16 cognitive behavior therapies. It is based on the premise that mostRead More

Experimental study in Psychology

Experimental study in Psychology

An experimental study involves taking manipulating the system, measurements of the system under study, and if the manipulation has modifiedRead More

The merit of a scientific study

We can use couple of criteria to understand this problem. First, we can look is who is the author/authors andRead More

Randomization And Where Do We Most Often See It

In scientific research, as a researcher if we want to have objective experiment we choose our test subject randomly. SoRead More