Wilhelm Wundt

April 5, 2012 by  

Wilhelm Wundt is the “father” of psychology. He started off as an underachiever. Yet more than anyone else he formed psychology into a new science. If you know an underachiever, you need to know more about Wundt.

Top-Down Processing

April 4, 2012 by  

Top-down processing is our ability to sort information as we perceive it. Sensation and Perception are more integrated than previously believed. Instead of sensation coming first (collecting data) and perception coming second (extracting meaning), both occur interactively.

18 Physiological Psych

January 2, 2012 by  

There are so many interesting areas of psychology. Here’s an intro into physiological psychology.

If You Know Nothing About Physiological Psychology

17 Albino Eyes Part 5

December 26, 2011 by  

To explain the parts of the eye and how they work, let’s take a look at my eyes. You’ll learn how your eyes work and how they differ form mine. We’ll start at the front and work our way back.

Part 5 of An Albino’s Guide

16 Albino Eyes Part 4

December 19, 2011 by  

To explain the parts of the eye and how they work, let’s take a look at my eyes. You’ll learn how your eyes work and how they differ form mine. We’ll start at the front and work our way back.

Part 4 of An Albino’s Guide

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