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cognitive approach to the study of rigidity

Boey, Kam Weng.

cognitive approach to the study of rigidity

by Boey, Kam Weng.

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Published in [Singapore] : Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences, College of Graduate Studies, Nanyang University. 1977 .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Boey Kam Weng.
SeriesOccasional paper series - Nan-yang ta-hs"ueh, Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences ; no. 87
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCM 83/7265 (Q)
The Physical Object
Pagination23, 4 leaves ; 30 cm.
Number of Pages30
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4087857M
LC Control Number79941408

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The cognitive approach began to revolutionize psychology in the late sand early ’s, to become the dominant approach (i.e., perspective) in psychology by the late s. Interest in mental processes had been gradually restored through the work of Piaget and Tolman.

Previous results reported variability in cognitive rigidity in depressive patients, the key for this might be the presence of chronic physical pain such as fibromyalgia. The present study explores and compares the cognitive rigidity and differentiation, between patients with depression with and without fibromyalgia by: 1.

The cognitive approach attempts to apply a scientific approach to human behaviour, which is reductionist in that it doesn't necessarily take into account such differences. However, popular case studies of individual behaviour such as HM have lead cognitive psychology to take into account ideosynchracies of our behaviour.

Background. Rigidity is an ancient part of our human cognition. Systematic research on rigidity can be found tracing back to Gestalt psychologists, going as far back as the late 19th to early 20th century with Max Wertheimer, Wolfgang Köhler, and Kurt Koffka in Germany.

With more than years of research on the matter there is some established and clear data. Nonetheless, there is still. Cognitive rigidity is one element in a suite of challenging traits.

Cognitive Rigidity, difficulty changing mental sets, is a core feature of Autism. Cognitive rigidity can be a barrier to unlearning (see Unlearning) Cognitive flexibility is the opposite of cognitive rigidity “KNOWLEDGE SHIELDS” Scientists and clinicians display cognitive rigidity, in that they tend to modify – rather than discard –.

In a recent published study, we invited US citizens to complete multiple objective neuropsychological tests that allow us to measure their individual levels of cognitive rigidity and. The concept of mental rigidity has also been referred to a lot when talking about the comfort zone.

Mental rigidity cuts off the wings you need for imagination, improvement, and exploring new places. As a symptom, you can see mental rigidity in mental disorders like Asperger’s syndrome, dementia, and obsessive-compulsive disorder.

The major finding of this study is that elevation of ACh-levels led to a significant improvement in cognitive rigidity, social preference and social interactions, all core symptoms in ASD patients.

Systemic treatment with the AChEI Donepezil rescued the autistic-like phenotype in independent and complementary behavioral tests conducted on a.

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. As for brain regions that are associated with cognitive rigidity of emotional and personal relevance, the picture is much more diverse, condition-specific, and at times contradictory.

This form of cognitive rigidity also seems to recruit subcortical areas more robustly. The present study is an attempt to objectively measure individual differences in concept in learning ability, and to study some personality and cognitive variables which may identify the successful concept learner when learning tasks are varied and require flexibility in approach.

The Test of Behavioral Rigidity (TBR; Schaie,; Schaie & Parham, ) contains the following three subtests: 1) Capitals test: This test was adapted from Bernstein’s () study of quickness and intelligence and represents the Spearmanian, or “functional,” approach to the study of preservation and rigidity.

Cognitive psychology is the scientific study of mental processes such as "attention, language use, memory, perception, problem solving, creativity, and thinking".

The origin of cognitive psychology occurred in the s in a break from behaviorism, which had held from the s to s that unobservable mental processes were outside of the realm of empirical science. The Cognitive Approach to the Study of Learning As you have gathered from our opening example and introduction, cognitive psychologists are concerned with studying good thinking—both the content of good thinking and its processes.

You learned in Chapter 2 that good thinking. Ap Ap 1 Comment on Cognitive Inflexibility, or, Rigidity In autism, there is a phenomenon sometimes referred to as ‘cognitive inflexibility’. It is a kind of mental rigidity, often seen as refusing to follow demands, whether those demands are explicit or implicit.

Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences 82 () – © The Authors. Published by Elsevier Ltd. Selection and peer review under the responsibility of Prof. Kobus Maree, University of Pretoria, South Africa. doi: / World Conference on Psychology and Sociology - PSYSOC The Possible Relationship of Cognitive Style Rigidity.

In a recent published study, we invited US citizens to complete multiple objective neuropsychological tests that allow us to measure their individual levels of cognitive rigidity and flexibility. We found that individuals who are extremely attached to the Democratic party or to the Republican party display greater mental rigidity on these.

The Cognitive Flexibility Inventory (CFI) is a brief self-report measure of the type of cognitive flexibility (CF) necessary to successfully challenge and restructure maladaptive beliefs with more balanced and adaptive thinking; it is particularly popular for use with English speakers.

The CFI has recently been translated into five languages (Chinese, Japanese, Iranian, Turkish, and Russian. Rigidity, the inability to be flexible, is something found in in many people with neurological disorders. My Aspergers Child, a website for parents of children with Aspergers (a disorder on the Autistic Spectrum), says that children with the disorder often display signs of stubbornness and defiance when what they perceive as correct is challenged.

Two experiments examined the relation between mindfulness practice and cognitive rigidity by using a variation of the Einstellung water jar task.

Participants were required to use three hypothetical jars to obtain a specific amount of water. Initial problems were solvable by the same complex formula, but in later problems (“critical” or “trap” problems) solving was possible by an.Psychologists use a range of principles and theories, all of which view the person and the study of the person in very different ways.

Theoretical Approaches in Psychology introduces and outlines the six main approaches and considers how each has helped psychologists understand human behaviour, thought and feeling.

The Routledge Modular Psychology series is a completely new approach to.The Philosophical Approach 15 The Psychological Approach 16 The Cognitive Approach 17 The Neuroscience Approach 18 The Network Approach 18 The Evolutionary Approach 19 The Linguistic Approach 20 The Artificial Intelligence Approach 20 The Robotics Approach 21 In Depth: Categories of Mental Representation 22 Minds On Exercise: Analogical.