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Abstract
Introduction
1.1.1 Fundamental Attribution Error:
1.1.2 Self-Serving Bias:
1.2 James-Lange Theory
1.3 Schachter-Singer Theory
1.4 Lazarus Theory
1.5 Facial Feedback Theory
2.0 Human Nature
2.1 Motivation
2.1.1 Instinct Theory
2.1.2 Drive Reduction Theory
2.1.3 Arousal Theory
2.1.4 Psychoanalytic Theory
2.1.5 Humanistic Theory
3.0 Social Interaction
3.1 Attraction
3.1.1 Proximity
3.1.2 Association
3.1.3 Similarity
3.1.4 Reciprocal Liking
3.1.5 Physical Attractiveness
3.2 Obedience and Power
3.2.1 Coercive power
3.2.2 Reward Power
3.2.3 Legitimate Power
3.2.4 Expert Power
3.2.5 Referent Power
4.0 Using Power to influence others
4.1 The Role of Groups
4.1.1 Social Facilitation
4.1.2 Group Think and Group Polarization
4.1.3 Social Loafing
4.1.4 Bystander Effect
4.1.5 Sensation
4.1.6 Absolute Threshold
4.1.7 Difference Threshold
4.1.8 Signal Detection Theory
4.1.9 Sensory Adaptation
4.1.10 Perception
5.0 Intelligence
6.0 Memory
6.1 Encoding:
6.2 Storage:
6.3 Retrieval:
6.3.1 Why We Remember What We Remember
6.3.2 Improving Memory
6.4 Why do we forget?
Conclusion
Bibliography and references
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Memory and the Psychology of Denial

Memory and the Psychology of Denial

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This compilation of works by various authors attempts to answer the social problem of denial and the underlying reasons why people exhibit this problem. It is an attempt to provide research that has been done over several years by different psychologists, past and present who attempted to provide answers to this social phenomenon. Though normally seen as being present in others, everyone has some amount of this problem and refusing it's inherent existence is in itself denial being exhibited.
This compilation of works by various authors attempts to answer the social problem of denial and the underlying reasons why people exhibit this problem. It is an attempt to provide research that has been done over several years by different psychologists, past and present who attempted to provide answers to this social phenomenon. Though normally seen as being present in others, everyone has some amount of this problem and refusing it's inherent existence is in itself denial being exhibited.

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