Stanley Milgram, a psychologist at Yale University, carried out one of the most famous studies of obedience in psychology. He conducted an experiment focusing on the conflict between obedience to authority and personal conscience. Milgram
The human psychology is a vast realm that is still being explored today, and with every new finding comes a new surprise to how little we know about ourselves. Throughout history, psychology has evolved so much, and there have been many experiments and studies that have completely altered the way we perceive ourselves. But perhaps these 4 were one of the most significant. The “Door” Study The phenomenon of ‘change blindness’ demonstrates just how unaware we can be of the things that are…
Watson and Rayner (1920) conducted the Little Albert Experiment to answer 3 questions: Can an infant be conditioned to fear an animal that appears simultaneously with a loud, fear-arousing sound? Would such fear transfer to
Some people may think of psychology as less of a science than physics or biology, because they might consider it subjective and don’t believe in personality types. But as any other science, psychology has a question, then a hypothesis and ways to confirm or deny it through experiments. It also can apply the results for problem solving.