History Of Psychology

HARRY HARLOW: THE ROLE OF MOTHERS' LOVE IN ATTACHMENT

'You have everything, live on the fat of the land, what more do you want?' Here's...

THE WILD CHILD OF AVEYRON

At the end of the 18. century, a child was found living alone in the forest, deprived...

MELANIE KLEIN (1882-1960)

Melanie Klein is a high school graduate Viennese psychoanalyst who analyzed her...

DISCOVERY OF THE CONNECTION BETWEEN THE HIPOCAMUS AND MEMORY:...

Memory is a system where our everyday experiences, what we learn, our experiences,...

MILGRAM EXPERIMENT

The Milgram experiment was conducted by Stanley Milgram in 1961 and made a major...

Burrhus Frederic Skinner

Burrhus Frederic Skinner was born on March 20, 1904, in Susquehanna, a small Pennsylvania...

CARL GUSTAV JUNG

Born in Switzerland on July 26, 1875, Jung's father was a Protestant parish priest....

ALFRED ADLER

Adler, the representative of the individual psychology school, was born on February...

The Chris Sizemore Case

We will consider the well-known case example Chris Sizemore for the dissociative...

STANFORD PRISON EXPERIMENT

The purpose of the Zimbardo Prison Experiment, also known as the Stanford Prison...

THE MILESTONE OF PSYCHOANALYSIS : ANNA.O CASE

Anna O., real name Bertha Pappenheim, is a 21-year-old smart young woman living...

Phineas Gage

The Phineas Gage case is one of the most interesting and important cases in the...

The Little Albert Case: The Relationship Between Fear and...

One of the scariest things for people, especially children, is unexpected and unpredictable...

Sigmund Freud

Sigmund Freud is considered one of the fathers of modern psychology. He discovered...

The Bobo Doll Experiment: An Important Example of Behavioral...

The Bobo Doll experiment is one of the most important examples of social learning...