Unformatted text preview: focus on the mind. Learning psychologists relate learning experiences directly to behavioral changes and are unconcerned with the mental processes that mediate such relationships. To a learning psychologist: experience in the environment leads to change in behavior To cognitive psychologist: experience in the environment leads to change in knowledge or beliefs, and that change leads to change in behavior A cognitive psychologist interested in jealousy would define jealousy as a set of beliefs. 14. How do social and cultural explanations differ from each other? How might each of these be applied toward understanding jealousy?...
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- Spring '08
- Psychology, Cognitive Psychologist, cognitive psychology differs