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Психология Automaticity
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Autokinetic effect

Auditory nerve

Attributional processes

Attribution theory

Attribution of intent

Attribution of a disposition

Attitude accessibility model

Attenuation

Attention to the other in the dyad

Attachment to places

Attachment theory

Attachment figure

Atmosphere hypothesis

in syllogistic reasoning, an hypothesis for accounting for errors made when subjects are asked to assess conclusions presented to them, rather than to generate conclusions of their own.

the primary care giver recognized by the infant as part of its behavioural system, with whom it maintains proximity by crying or reaching out, and with whom it feels secure.

an analytical attempt to explain the various factors that bind people to another in emotional terms, primarily that attachment first established in infancy between the baby and its mother or primary care giver, which is seen as forming the later expectation experienced by the adult in their relationships with others.

in environmental cognition, the development and maintenance of personal and social well-being through identification with particular places.

the interpretation of the output from the other.

the weakening of a signal, usually one which is being processed in terms of selective attention.

in the evaluation of social attitudes, an approach which stresses the evaluative component of attitudes as a learned association between an entity and its evaluation, which is stored in memory.

in correspondent inference theory, the second of a two-stage process, when observers determine whether a person has a disposition which gives rise to a particular intention. See also attribution of intent.

in correspondent inference theory, the first of a two-stage process, when observers infer the intention of the person performing a particular behaviour. See also attribution of a disposition

in the psychology of personality, an explanation of social behaviour by attributing to it the core characteristics of the individual rather than the specifics of the situation they might be in.

in applied psychology, how individuals assign causal meaning to events.

the nerve that carries information from the ear to the brain.

an optical illusion in which a point of light in a totally dark room appears to move about.

the property of performance of a skill that makes it no longer depend upon effortful, conscious monitoring, such as learning to drive a car or other cognitive skills like reading or playing chess.


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