Robert Sternberg’s triangular theory of love is not what one may think. It has nothing to do with love triangles and jealousy; it’s all about different components of love.
The Only Explanation of the Actor-Observer Bias You’ll Ever Need
The actor-observer bias definition, explanation and example. The difference between the actor-observer bias, fundamental attribution error and self-serving bias.
What Does Dopamine Do and How to Increase It Naturally
Dopamine is what helps us learn, keeps us happy and motivated. Find out more about dopamine function and how you might be able to increase its levels safely and naturally.
Participative Leadership Theory and Decision-making Style
Overview of democratic leadership theory, examples, pros and cons with graphic representation of the concept. In addition, other forms of participative decision-making has been discussed — collective, autocratic, and consensus.
52 Jobs With Psychology Degree
So you have earned your degree in psychology — now what? Here is a list of 52 jobs available to you, including some options you might be not even aware of. In addition, we added some nontraditional but lucrative industries where your skills are very much in demand.
Prototype Psychology: Prototype Theory, Definitions, and Examples
The definition and examples of prototypes in psychology. Find out how prototypes are formed, what affects prototypes, and what is the difference between prototype and schema.