Tag Archives: cognitive psychology

RESPONSIVE ATTITUDES

Another goldmine hiding out on the web. This time oriented around phenomenological-constructive psychology and coming out of The Virtual Faculty in New Zealand. The VF has a modest facade behind which lies enormous resources; for example: The Vysgotsky Project. I … Continue reading

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HAVE YOU BEEN SHOULDING ON YOURSELF TODAY?

Albert Ellis figures prominently in my own take. It always is interesting to learn people haven’t thought about the difference between experiencing the objective problem and experiencing the rationales and interpretations and emotions that comprise the subjective problem. Albert Ellis. … Continue reading

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THINKING STRAITS

Reasoning implements thinking habits. Those habits may be advantageous, or not! A few quick gleanings from the web in the direction of breaking away. Provocative Ideas @imaginization A.L.Tenner-Learning From Paradox Metasystem Transition @Principia Cybernetica Metasystem Transition Theory @ PC Nasruddin … Continue reading

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I CONSTRUCT, YOU CONSTRUCT, WE ALL CONSTRUCT

Being a constructivist by (part of my acquired) nature, (okay…a “folk” constructivist!) I nonetheless am discrete about laying out this most commonsensical position in my work. After all, it’s a prejudice too. Because constructivist theory, models, and perspectives fit nicely … Continue reading

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STEP TRAINING

Are some experiences more “experiential”? Scale of Experientiality. Gibbons and Hopkins (1980) (The schema embedded in the paper is a thought provoker.)

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