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Imprinting Psychology

TIL of "imprints" hand-reared falconry birds sexually attracted to their keepers. To breed an imprint the keeper "lets the male bird copulate with his head" while wearing a special hat for semen collection

How Your Brain Reacts to Colors: A Retail Packaging Guide

How Your Brain Reacts to Colors: A Retail Packaging Guide


Imprinting is the term used in psychology and ethology to describe any kind of phase-sensitive learning (learning occurring at a particular age or a particular life stage) that is rapid and apparently independent of the consequences of behavior.

One of the most important marketing decisions you can make-- the thing that communicates values to your customers before you say a single word-- are the colors you choose for your log and your site. Here's some information about what colors mean.


Probably the most important book on trauma that changed the way we approach its treatment.


Denise Baer - Net Switch and Fogged Up Fairy Tale Baer Books Press Denise Baer is the author of Net Switch and Fogged Up Fairy Tales owns Baer Books Press Net Switch by Denise Baer is a psychological suspense thriller and Fogged Up Fairy Tales is a womens fiction/ chick-lit novel Both the books by Denise Baer are published by Baer Books Press Her name is Denise Baer and shes a born and bred Southside Chicagoan. She has had hardships and successes like everyone else and somehow they…

Imprinting and Relationships - Behavioral Psychology | Article Psychologist World

The New Covenant as a Paradigm for Optimal Relations (Marital Principles Derived from a Theological-Psychological Integration; BY Pablo Polischuk; FOREWORD BY Ray Pendleton; Imprint: Wipf and Stock). This book regards the New Covenant primarily as a gracious and merciful redemptive deal, springing from God's unilateral, unconditional, and proactive initiative. The New Covenant is adopted as representing both a salvific and an exemplary paradigm that displays God's gracious...

The Purloined Self :: <P>First Published in 2017. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an Informa company.</P>

Why/how was the Symbolism of Jesus’s Crucifixion imprinted into the Consciousness, the Physical of All of Humanity? How does the imprinting of the Symbolism of Jesus’s Crucifixion influence/affect one’s relationship to the Mind and this World? What is the relationship between Religion and Psychology?