What is Classical Conditioning and How It Works?

Feeding dog one of the examples of classical conditioning

  Classical conditioning is the type of learning in which you learn unconsciously. An automatic condition response is paired with a specific stimulus in classical conditioning. It creates a behavior. Ivan Pavlov is known as the father of classical conditioning. He conducted canine digestion. He found that over time, dogs were salivating … Read more

What is Gaslighting?

couple arguing

Have you ever experienced second-guessing yourself, your feelings, your perceptions, and your memories because of a manipulative person? If you have, then you’re probably a victim of what psychologists call gaslighting. It is a term used to describe the controlling and toxic actions that manipulative people use, which is emotionally abusive to … Read more

Stanford Prison Experiment

Plaque at the location of the Stanford prison experiment

  The Stanford Prison Experiment was conducted between August 14-20 in 1971. It was basically a social psychology study, the purpose of which was to understand the struggle between prisoners and prison officers. The study was conducted by Professor Philip Zimbardo at Stanford University, who involved students in the process. The students … Read more

The Little Albert Experiment On Classical Conditioning

Little Albert Experiment

      The Little Albert Experiment was a psychology study that is based on classical conditioning. It was done by John B. Watson and his graduate assistant student Rosalie Raynor. The experiment’s idea was borrowed from a Russian physiologist Ivan Pavlov where he had conducted an experiment showing conditioning in dogs. … Read more

What are the different parts of the brain?

cerebral lobes

Controlling your entire body is a three-pound organ called the brain. Creativity, intelligence, and emotions are some of the things that our brain governs and controls. For its protection, it is enclosed inside a skull. The brain is composed of the Cerebellum, Cerebrum, and brainstem. In addition to that, the brain is … Read more