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Density-intensity effect hypothesis
patterns of electrical activity of the brain which appear in an electro-encephalogram (EEG) when the person is concentrating very hard.
a powerful form of learning, also known as gradient descent learning, which suggests that following a particular action, the difference between the planned outcome and the actual outcome (the error) is calculated, and the system adjusted to reduce the error next time.
an erroneous belief the defies rational argument and despite all evidence to the contrary; this can also take the form of a psychiatric disorder manifest in conditions such as schizophrenia and paranoia.
twig-like fibres which are attached to the cell body and which receive inputs to the neurone.
in environmental psychology, the correlation between varying levels of social density and the individual's positive and/or negative reaction to them.
a feature of a particular phenomenon which varies according to the theory because it depends directly on how a given situation is manipulated. The thing which is measured in an experiment, and which changes depending on the independent variable.
a catch-all term used to describe any of several complex, and sometimes extreme psychological states where the emotions are affected, either by internal factors such as by low spirts and low self-esteem or external factors, such as traumatic events in someone's life.
one of a number of features of the visual stimulus that may be used to recover the relative distance of objects. Something which gives an indication of how far away an object is.
in sociobiology, a feature whose possession is unique to the group of species descended from the single (originator) population.
the idea that a stimulus is represented internally at several different levels of detail, with simple features like edges at the lower levels being combined into more complex features, like corners, at the higher levels.
in architectural planning, the taking into account of special needs or social factors affecting a particular area or community, such as housing estates, and making them less vulnerable to crime and vandalism by redesigning their layout.
in heuristics, the selection of evidence in order to facilitate choice between hypotheses.
a naturalistic complement to a think-aloud protocol in which subjects are asked to make their own record of their behaviour and feelings during a psychological experiment by keeping a log in a diary.
Diagnosticity Design out Descriptive hierarchy Derived feature Depth cue Depression Dependent variable Density-intensity effect hypothesis Dendrites Delusions Delta rule Delta rhythm patterns of electrical activity of the brain which appear in an electro-encephalogram (EEG) when the person is concentrating very hard.a powerful form of learning, also known as gradient descent learning, which suggests that following a... [читать подробенее]