Researchers and clinicians in psychology work across a vast array of sub-disciplines, including applied psychology, addictions, cognitive psychology, developmental and educational psychology, experimental physiological psychology, forensic psychology, neuropsychology, and behavioral and cognitive therapy. For these professionals, and students as well, cross-disciplinary study is a given. For more than 75 years, Elsevier has cultivated portfolios of psychology books, eBooks, and journals covering current and critical issues in all of these areas. This vital content provides a sound basis of understanding for all those involved in this multi-faceted field.
Warren Tryon, author of Computational Neuropsychology, discusses the clinical implications of learning and memory and the role conditioning plays.
Warren Tryon, author of Computational Neuropsychology, discusses the clinical implications of unconscious processing.
Progress in Mind: Focus on Alcohol Use Disorders Resource Centre presents a ranking of on the total harm of various drugs in Europe in this infographic.
Warren Tryon discusses why psychologists practice psychotherapy and the ethical, scholarly and curative motives behind dealing with integration problems.
Warren Tryon, author of Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychotherapy, discusses psychotherapy integration problems, including proliferation and numerosity.
Warren Tryon, author of Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychotherapy, dives into computational neuropsychology, discussing emergence and synaptic reorganization.
Warren Tryon, author of Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychotherapy, discusses neural network simulation and emergence.
Warren Tyron, author of Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychotherapy, discusses multiple determinism and the 'spiny lobster problem'.
Author of Brain Based Safety, Jan Daalmans, discusses the hormone oxytocin and its role in socialization and group behavior.
Brain simulators built with neuromorphic chips provide at least the following four advantages over software simulations.