Psychology Tips and Tricks. Edit: Second part, sorry about the wording on #3 /funny_pictures/2542072/Psychology+Tips+and+Tricks+Pt+2/ Hey yall, I'm a Psych majo psychology trips and Tricks
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Psychology Tips and Tricks

Psychology Tips and Tricks. Edit: Second part, sorry about the wording on #3 /funny_pictures/2542072/Psychology+Tips+and+Tricks+Pt+2/ Hey yall, I'm a Psych majo

Edit: Second part, sorry about the ****** wording on #3 /funny_pictures/2542072/Psychology+Tips+and+Tricks+Pt+2/
Hey yall, I'm a Psych major, and these are just a few off the top of my head stuff I've learned. I may make more, What do you think? Oh and thumb either way, I honestly don't give a **** . Seriously though. Comments decide my **** , not thumbs.
Edit: People are asking for more already, but the thing is, I honestly am really lazy, been on this site for months and first submission. And for the next one I would have to look some stuff up and that sounds boring. So how about this. You guys either in comments or through messaging. Send me questions or something, and I'll respond to some of them in the next post, sound good?

Psychology Tips and Tricks
1. One thing most people don' t know, is that people (
mostly woman) are more receptive to compliments and
flirting after a breakup, it makes them feel wanted.
2. That people are insecure creatures, but will go out of
their shell if others do. There are numerous videos of
concerts with some insane dude, dancing his heart out,
and after a few minutes, there is a group around him.
3. People can easily be manipulated with their memories,
acurate regaling is something that takes alot of training.
when being accused of something, ask questions in
certain ways, and once you convince them of one thing, (
usually something small) its easier to make them
disbelieve everything.
4. Woman can actually get turned on by men being
emotional. Don' t get me wrong, a rock hard body will get
flowing. But being a cold insensitive jerk won' t
work as well as sometimes showing a vulnerable side.
Remember women are more emotional then men.
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User avatar #2 - zombicidalwolf (08/27/2011) [-]
This **** is interesting. More please.
#1 - matttwotwoo (08/27/2011) [-]
Lend me More of ur knowledge!
#7 - parsa (08/27/2011) [-]
no but srsly, more of this **** keep them coming
User avatar #19 - vazonelis (08/28/2011) [-]
please do another one :)
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#14 to #13 - shadowpanda (08/28/2011) [-]
Maybe I should put a disclaimer. I can't explain situations and theories that work for EVERY woman and men... I mean people differ and situations can have a huge impact, this is just generally =D
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#16 to #15 - shadowpanda (08/28/2011) [-]
Haha man, I know how that feels, and I've been there. But women aren't stupid, and trust me, most women don't want to be with someone that treats them like **** their whole lives. They come around eventually =D
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#18 to #17 - shadowpanda (08/28/2011) [-]
And video games!
User avatar #21 - corso (03/07/2014) [-]
The "women turned on by men being emotional" thing is pretty true. I make a sad face sometimes and my girlfriend instantly jumps all over me.
#20 - anon (08/28/2011) [-]
*than men, but yay nice post!
User avatar #12 - downtofish (08/28/2011) [-]
See you at the front page.
User avatar #3 - mangosmoothie (08/27/2011) [-]
You need to help me with AP Psychology at my school. F***ing 75 already.
#4 to #3 - shadowpanda (08/27/2011) [-]
Psych, haha never took it in High School, from what friends said, it was a lot more focused on like Biological, like learning about the different lobes, ect. I'm much more interested in Social psychology.
User avatar #5 to #4 - mangosmoothie (08/27/2011) [-]
So far its been people and history so thats bart of the problem. It's going to be heavy in biology like the parts of the brain and stuff. I'm interested in all of it, except the history.
#6 to #5 - shadowpanda (08/27/2011) [-]
Thats how I thought I was going to be, but just the other day I was in a debate with my Sports Psych professor about the legitmacy of Frued research vs. someone like Bandura who revolutionized aggression research.
User avatar #8 to #6 - mangosmoothie (08/27/2011) [-]
It'll grow on me. The other thing was applying the different fields and approaches which doesn't sound herd to you I'm sure but I barely know what each field and approach entails let alone apply it. I like the class though. I've been in it a week and the history test was friday so now it should get a little more interesting for me.
#9 to #8 - shadowpanda (08/27/2011) [-]
Oh that actually does get pretty interesting. Hopefully you learn about Skinner, his experiments were really interesting!
User avatar #10 to #9 - mangosmoothie (08/27/2011) [-]
I learned he was a behaviorist and to associate him to the dog salivation experiment. Thats about as in-depth as it got lol
#11 to #10 - shadowpanda (08/27/2011) [-]
Aww that sucks, he also did neat experiments where he would put rats in what they would call skinner cages. And it would have hidden buttons or what not, and when it was pushed, food would come out. And it showed rapid recognition of what the button did.
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