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Reinforcement vs Punishment: from Animal Training to Theology

Ever felt “positively punished” when your dog-trainer or psychologist inundate you with these lingo?

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Psychology Classics: Claude Steele’s Stereotype Threat Paradigm

In the late 1980s, a university committee at the University of Michigan called for psychology professor Dr. Claude Steele to tackle the problem of academic achievement among minority students at the university. His subsequent research resulted in the discovery and identification of one of the most far-reaching and influential phenomena in social psychology

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