MAXQDA – Qualitative Data Analysis Software MAXQDA is a professional software for qualitative and mixed methods data analysis. Our world leading software helps thousands of researchers world wide do successful research. MAXQDA is not limited to one kind of research approach or method. Organize, evaluate, code, annotate and interpret all kinds of data, create easy-to-read reports and visualisations, and connect and share with other researchers. - MAXQDA - The Art of Text Analysis
Gestalt psychology Gestalt psychology or gestaltism (German: Gestalt – "shape or form") is a theory of mind of the Berlin School. The central principle of gestalt psychology is that the mind forms a global whole with self-organizing tendencies. This principle maintains that the human mind considers objects in their entirety before, or in parallel with, perception of their individual parts; suggesting the whole is other than the sum of its parts. Gestalt psychology tries to understand the laws of our ability to acquire and maintain meaningful perceptions in an apparently chaotic world. In the domain of perception, Gestalt psychologists stipulate that perceptions are the products of complex interactions among various stimuli. Contrary to the behaviorist approach to understanding the elements of cognitive processes, gestalt psychologists sought to understand their organization (Carlson and Heth, 2010).
What is PsyScope X? PsyScope is a program to design and run psychological experiments, used by many experimental labs. It runs on Apple Macintosh computers. PsyScope X Project
First published: Parade Magazine, 13 July 2008 Not everything that seems like a bargain will really end up saving you money. Luckily, behavioral economists are finding the gimmicks and tricks that regularly lure us to spend more. Bargains that aren’t
Psychology Jennifer M. Ryan, M.Ed. Only two things, I think, keep a child, and particularly a teenager, away from the “I-Am-An-Evil-Heathen” label. To clarify, the “I-Am-An-Evil-Heathen” stamp is my way of describing a teen that has turned to the dark side – a teen who has started doing unfavorable things like being a bully, skipping homework assignments, talking back to parents, and adopting bad attitude about just basically everything.
Take control of your mental health | Mindsite
A quick test: how many of you can name the product being advertised in the banner ad at the top of the page? Chances are, the ad's presence didn't even register with most seasoned web browsers. But that's probably okay, at least according to research that appears in June's Journal of Consumer Research. The research concludes that repeated exposure to a product via banner ads generates a positive feeling towards that product. The good news for consumers is that a critical reevaluation of the product can make these positive feelings vanish. There is a long history of experiments that show that repeated exposure to a stimulus that's barely perceptible can enhance a person's feelings towards what's otherwise a neutral object. The psychology of banner ads