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JM Wesierski currently studies Psychology and Computer Science at San Francisco State University. JM does research in Developmental Psychology, Cognitive Psychology and Behavioral Science. Their most recent publication is 'The Association and Ramifications of Basic Trust as a Conditioned Response'.
Goal: The goal of this manuscript is to view the basic trust of a child as a conditioned response developing from the satisfaction of specific needs. The paper then delves into the ramifications of either establishing or failing to establish basic trust, in relation to developing schizophrenic traits. It is as well argued that this trust, through O...
Any learner must reference a schema of memory that has been influenced by every prior experience, to allow for elicitation of a response. The efficient ability to discern the most beneficial response gives way to the development of a cognitive Memorage as a storage of experience to be referenced after stimulation. Through evolution, advanced memory...
Research Objective The violence and suicide prevention initiative project has created a comprehensive, cost-effective intervention to reduce violence, aggression and depressions among vulnerable student populations while increasing their self-efficacy, well-being, and social adjustment skills. Participants will experience a shift in awareness, atti...
More than 200 SFSU students completed 3 standard switching tasks. We replicated Friedman, et al.’s report of significant correlations between the switching costs derived from each task. This substantial level of convergent validity felicitously contrasts with the dismal levels reported for common measures of inhibitory control and monitoring. There...
Goal: To uncover the full impact of memory inside the cycle of conditioning. The paper, as well, defines a Memorage as a being a more accurate description of the cognitive facility storing the memories of the learner. It re-defines cognition as but a memory storage of constant associations and assimilations.
The goal of this manuscript is to view the basic trust of a child as a conditioned response developing from the satisfaction of specific needs. The paper then delves into the ramifications of either establishing or failing to establish basic trust, in relation to developing schizophrenic traits. It is as well argued that this trust, through Operant Conditioning, is ramified to pair every stimulus with a degree of safety to develop an underlying trust or mistrust of the world’s stimuli.