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Adam en Eva : het begin van de psychologie. Kennismaken met de…

by Francis De Groot

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Deze kennismaking met de moderne gedragsanalyse gebruikt het Bijbelse verhaal van Adam en Eva en de zondeval als kader om het terrein van de gedragspsychologie af te zetten. Zo maakt de lezer kennis met tal van psychologische experimenten en theorieën: van ‘aangeleerde ijver’ bij Eisenberger, die aan bod komt in het paradijs, tot de morele ontwikkeling op basis van de ‘Relational Frame Theory’, gesitueerd na de zondeval. ( )
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