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1 What Is Activation? Definition Of ... - Psychology …
noun. 1. in numerous memory theories, a feature of representational models (for example, nodes) which differs from weakened to sturdier, with a lot more firmly triggered representations contending for …

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2 La Définition De Activation - Carnets2psycho.net
En psychologie générale, la notion d'activation désigne un processus hypothétique. L'activation en psychologie Mais l'usage en psychologie générale la notion d'activation est, malgré tout, largement utilisée de façon hypothétique dans toute une famille de modèles de psychologie cognitive.

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3 Automatic Activation - Psychology Dictionary
Psychology Definition of AUTOMATIC ACTIVATION: refers to the involuntary processing of stimuli in preparation for associated responses. This activation tends to occur more rapidly than that resulting fr

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4 Activation | Psychology | Britannica.com
Activation proceeds from various portions of the brain, but primarily from the reticular formation, the nerve network in the midbrain that monitors ingoing and outgoing sensory and motor impulses. Activation, however, is not the same as direct cortical stimulation by specific sense receptors, such as being awakened by noise. It involves, rather, a complex of impulses that are both internal and external to the …

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5 Définition: Activation Comportementale | Psychomédia
L'activation comportementale est une composante de la psychothérapie cognitivo-comportementale pour le traitement de la dépression. Elle vise un réengagement graduel dans des activités potentiellement bénéfiques : activités sociales, physiques, de loisir, d'apprentissage…

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6 Activation-synthesis Hypothesis Definition | …
Activation-Synthesis Hypothesis The Activation-Synthesis Hypothesis is a neurobiological theory of dreams. First proposed by Harvard University psychiatrists John Allan Hobson and Robert McCarley in 1977, the hypothesis suggests that dreams are created by changes in neuron activity that activates the brainstem during REM sleep .

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7 Activation Physiologique — Wikipédia
Cette activation se manifeste, sur le plan comportemental, par un état d'alerte, une plus grande sensibilité perceptive, une plus grande rapidité de traitement cognitif et …

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8 Activation Theory - Changing Minds
Also known as 'Arousal Theory', activation theory describes how mental arousal is necessary for effective functioning in that we need a certain level of activation in order to be sufficiently motivated to achieve …

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9 Activation Synthesis Model Of Dreaming - Verywell …
While the activation-synthesis model of dreaming relies on physiological processes to explain dreaming, it does not imply that dreams are meaningless. According to Hobson, "Dreaming may be our most creative conscious state, one in which the chaotic, spontaneous recombination of cognitive elements produces novel configurations of information: new ideas.

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10 The Psychology Of What Motivates Us - Verywell Mind
Motivation is defined as the process that initiates, guides, and maintains goal-oriented behaviors. Motivation is what causes you to act, whether it is getting a glass of water to reduce thirst or reading a book to gain knowledge.

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11 Activation-synthesis Theory Of Dreams: Definition ...
The activation-synthesis theory of dreams offers a neurobiological explanation of dream development. According to the activation-synthesis theory, dreams are the result of the cerebral cortex's ...

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12 L’attention : Fonctionnement, évaluation, Les ...
L’attention en psychologie cognitive : définition et approche du concept Nécessité d’une répartition des ressources de traitement Un concept multidimensionnel

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13 Spreading Activation - Wikipedia
Cognitive psychology. As it relates to cognitive psychology, spreading activation is the theory of how the brain iterates through a network of associated ideas to retrieve specific information.

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14 Fonctions Exécutives — Wikipédia
En psychologie, les fonctions exécutives désignent un ensemble assez hétérogène de processus cognitifs de haut niveau. Elles permettent de faire varier le traitement et le comportement de l'information à chaque instant en fonction des objectifs actuels d'une manière adaptative, plutôt que …

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>definition Of Motivation In Psychology - Answers.com
In psychology, motivation is defined as the process that initiates,guides, and maintains goals. It is what causes humans to act oncertain things.

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