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Baars Bernard J. ( ) : Psychologue cognitiviste américain, spécialisé dans l'étude de la conscience. Collaborateur de Motley.

BAARS, B.J. (1986). The cognitive revolution in psychology. New York : Guilford Press.
BAARS, B.J. (1993). A cognitive theory of consciousness. New York : Cambridge University Press.
BAARS, B.J. (1997). Some essential differences between consciousness and attention, perception and memory. Consciousness & Cognition, 6 (2/3), 363-371.
BAARS, B.J. (2002). The conscious acces of hypothesis : origins and recent evidence. Trends in Cognitive Science, 6 (1), 47-52. [PDF]
BAARS, B.J. (2005). Subjective experience is probably not limited to humans : The evidence from neurobiology and behavior. Consciousness & Cognition, 14, 7-21. [PDF]
Babad Elisha Y. ( ) : Psychologue américain, d'origine israélienne, et spécialiste de l'éducation. Collaborateur de Rosenthal.
BABAD, E.Y., INBAR, J. & ROSENTHAL, R. (1982). Pygmalion, Galatea, and the Golem : Investigations of biased and unbiased teachers. Journal of Educational Psychology, 74 (4), 459-474.
BABAD, E.Y., BERNIERI, F. & ROSENTHAL, R. (1989). Non-verbal communication and leakage in the behavior of biased and unbiased teachers. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 56, 89-94.
BABAD, E.Y. (1990). Measuring and changing teachers’ differential behavior as perceived by students and teachers. Journal of Educational Psychology, 82, 683-690.
BABAD, E.Y. (1995). The "teacher’s pet" phenomenon, teachers’ differential behavior, and students’ morale. Journal of Educational Psychology, 87, 361-374.
BABAD, E.Y. (1998). Preferential affect : The crux of the teacher expectancy issue. Advances in Research on Teaching, 7, 183-214.
Babbage Charles (1792-1891) : Mathématicien, philosophe anglais et cybernéticien avant la lettre. Il s'est intéressé à la mécanisation du calcul et fut l'un des premiers à dessiner une machine à calculer (l'ancêtre du calculateur, puis de l'ordinateur). On le considère comme un des précurseurs de l'informatique.
BABBAGE, C. (1864). Passages from the life of a philosopher. London.
 
 
 
 
 
Babillage : Production de sons sans signification produit chez le nourrisson, mais rèflétant les sons de sa communauté verbale. Précurseur du langage. Pour les béhavioristes, le babillage permet d'attirer l'attention des parents. Babbling.

  TODD, G.A. & PALMER, B. (1968). Social reinforcement of infant babbling. Child Development, 39 (2), 591-596.
Voir aussi Nourrisson
Babinski Joseph François Félix (Paris 1857-1932 Paris) : Médecin et neurobiologiste polonais. Il a étudié les réflexes, notamment le réflexe cutané plantaire (aussi appelé signe de Babinski), dont l'inversion révèle une atteinte du système pyramidal contrôlant la motricité fine (ou signe de Bainskii). Étudiant de Charcot. Professeur de Prévost.
BABINSKI, J. (1885). Étude anatomique et clinique sur la sclérose en plaques. Paris.
BABINSKI, J. (1890). La suggestion dans l'hynotisme. Dans Société des psychologie physiologique de Paris (p. 131-139). Paris : Société d'éditions scientifiques.
BABINSKI, J. (1896). Sur le réflexe cutané plantaire dans certaines affections organiques du système nerveux central. Comptes Rendus des Séances et Mémoires de la Société de Biologie, 48, 207-208.
BABINSKI, J. (1903) De l’abduction des orteils (signe de l’éventail). Revue Neurologique (Paris), 11, 1205–1206.
BABINSKI, J. et FROMENT, J. (1917). Hystérie-pithiatisme et troubles nerveux d'ordre réflexe en neurologie de guerre. Paris.
 
VAN GIJN, J. (2010). Joseph Babinski 1857-1932. Famous Neurologist, [PDF]
Babisch Wolfgang ( ) : Biologiste américain spécialisé dans l'étude du stress environnemental et des influences du bruit sur la santé. Collaborateur de Stansfeld.
BABISCH, W., ISING, H., KRUPPA, B. & WIENS, D. (1994). The incidence of myocardial infarction and its relation to road traffic noise - the Berlin case-control studies. Environment International, 20, 469-474.
BABISCH, W. (2000). Traffic noise and cardiovascular disease : epidemiological review and synthesis. Noise & Health, 8, 9-32.
BABISCH, W. (2003). Stress hormones in the research on cardiovascular effects of noise. Noise Health 5, 1-11.
BABISCH, W. (2005). Noise and health. Environmental Health Perspectives, 113, 14-15.
BABISCH, W. (2008). Road traffic noise and cardiovascular risk. Noise Health, 10 (38), 27-33.
Babouin (Papio Papio cynocephalus/hamadryas) : Singe. Baboon.
 
Image de : Jean-christophe Dubacq
 
KUMMER, H. (1968). Social organization of hamadryas baboons. Chicago (IL) : University of Chicago Press. VAUCLAIR, J. & FAGOT, J. (1993). Manual specialization in gorillas and baboons. In J.P. Ward & W.D. Hopkins (Eds.), Primate laterality : Current behavioral evidence of primate Asymmetries (pp. 193-205). New York : Springer Verlag.
ALTMANN, S.A. (1970). The pregnancy sign in savannah baboons. Laboratory Animal Digest, 6, 7-10. [PDF] VAUCLAIR, J. & FAGOT, J. (1993). Manual and hemispheric specialization in the manipulation of a joystick by baboons. Behavioral Neuroscience, 107, 210-214. [PDF]
ALTMANN, S.A. & ALTMANN, J. (1970). Baboon ecology : African field research. Chicago : University of Chicago Press. VAUCLAIR, J., FAGOT, J. & HOPKINS, W.D. (1993). Rotation of mental images in baboons when the visual input is directed to the left cerebral hemisphere. Psychological Science, 4, 99-103. [PDF]
IVERSEN, S.D. & WEISKRANTZ, L. (1950). An investigation of a possible memory defect produced by inferotemporal lesions in the baboon. Neuropsychologia, 9, 21-36. ALBERTS, S.C. (1994). Vigilance in young baboons : effects of habitat, age, sex and maternal rank on glance rate. Animal Behaviour, 47, 749-755. [PDF]
WAGNER, S.S. & ALTMANN, S.A. (1973). What time do the baboons come down from the trees? An estimation problem. Biometrics, 29, 623-625.  SILK, J.B., CHENEY, D.L. & SEYFARTH, R.M. (1996). The form and function of post-conflict interactions among female baboons. Animal Behaviour, 52, 259-268. [PDF]
HAUSFATER, G. (1975). Dominance and reproduction in baboons : A quantitative analysis. New York : S. Karger, Basel. NISHIDA, T. (1997). Baboon invasion into chimpanzee habitat. Pan Africa News, 4, 11-12. [PDF]
   VIRGIN, C.E. & SAPOLSKY, R.M. (1997). Styles of male social behavior and endocrine correlates among low-ranking ba- boons. American Journal of Primatology, 42, 25-39.
HAUSFATER, G. (1976). Predatory behavior of yellow baboons. Behaviour, 56, 44-68.  BOVET, D. & VAUCLAIR, J. (1998). Functional categorization of objects and of their pictures in baboons. Learning & Motivation, 29, 309-322. [PDF]
 WALTERS, J. (1980). Interventions and the development of dominance relationships in female baboons. Folia Primatologica, 34, 61-89. ALBERTS, S.C. (1999). Paternal kin discrimination in wild baboons. Proceeding Royal Society London B Bio 266, 1501-1506. [PDF]
ALTMANN, J. (1980). Baboon mothers and infants. Cambridge : Harvard University Press.  SILK, J.B., CHENEY, D.L. & SEYFARTH, R.M. (1999). The structure of social relationships among female savannah baboons in Moremi Reserve, Botswana. Behaviour, 136, 679-703. [PDF]
   MATSUMOTO-ODA, A. & KASAGULA, M.B. (2000). Preliminary study of feeding competition between baboons and chimpanzees in the mahale mountains national park, Tanzania. African Study Monographs, 21 (4), 147-157. [PDF]
 ELSMORE, T.F., FLETCER, G.V., CONRAD, D.G. & SODETZ, F.J. (1980). Reduction of heroin intake in baboons by an economic constraint. Psychopharmacology Biochemistry & Behavior, 13, 729-731. NISHIDA, T. (2002). Competition between baboons and chimpanzees. Pan Africa News, 9 (2), 23-26. [LIRE]
BYRNE, R.W. (1981) Distance vocalisations of Guinea baboons (Papio papio) : an analysis of function. Behaviour, 78, 283-312. [PDF]  BERGMAN, T.J., BEEHNER, J., CHENEY, D.L. & SEYFARTH, R.M. (2003). Hierarchical classification by rank and kinship in baboons. Science, 302, 1234-1236. [PDF]
SIDMAN, M., RAUZIN, R., LAZAR, R., CUNNINGHAM, S., TAILBY, W. & CARRIGAN, P. (1982). A search for symmetry in the conditional discriminations of rhesus monkeys, baboons, and children. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 37 (1), 23-44. [PDF]  SILK, J.B., ALBERTS S.C. & ALTMANN, J. (2003). Social bonds of female baboons enhance infant survival. Science, 302, 1231-1234. [PDF]
ALTMANN, S.A. (1983). Costs of reproduction in baboons. In W.P. Aspey & W.P. Lustick (Eds.), Behavioral energetics : the cost of survival in vertebrates (pp. 67-88). Columbus, Ohio : Ohio State University Press.  SILK, J.B., ALBERTS, S.C. & ALTMANN, J. (2003). Social relationships among adult female baboons (Papio cynocephalus). I. Variation in the strength of social bonds. Behavioral Ecology & Sociobiology, 61, 183-195. [PDF]
TURKHAN, J.S., IVERSEN, I.H. & HARRIS, A.H. (1984). Discriminative control of hyperdipsic drinking in the baboon. Physiology & Behavior, 33, 989-992.  CHENEY, D.L. & SEYFERTH, R.M. FISCHER, J., BEEHNER, J., BERGMAN, T., JOHNSON, S.E., KITCHEN, D.M., PALOMBIT, R.A. & SILK, J.B. (2004). Factors affecting reproduction and mortality among baboons in the Okavango Delta, Botswana. International Journal of Primatology, 25, 401-428. [PDF]
  BEEHNER, J.C., BERGMAN, T.J., CHENEY, D.L., SEYFARTH, R.M. & WHITTEN , P.L. (2005). Testosterone predicts future dominance rank and mating activity among male chacma baboons. Behavioral Ecology & Sociobiology, 59 (4), 469-479. [PDF]
  ALBERTS, S.C., BUCHAN, J.C. & ALTMANN, J. (2006). Sexual selection in wild baboons : from mating opportunities to paternity success. Animal Behaviour, 72 (1), 1177-1196. [PDF]
STELZNER, J.K. & HAUSFATER, G. (1986). Posture, microclimate, and thermoregulation in yellow baboons. Primates 27, 449-463. [PDF]  CHENEY, D.L. & SEYFARTH, R.M. (2007). Baboon metaphysics : The evolution of a social mind. Chicago : University of Chicago Press.
   FRANK, R. & SILK, J.B. (2009). Impatient traders or contingent reciprocators? Evidence for the extended time course of grooming exchanges in baboons. Behaviour, 136, 1123-1135. [PDF]
FAGOT, J. & VAUCLAIR, J. (1988). Handedness and manual specialization in the baboon. Neuropsychologia, 26, 795-804. [PDF] MUGUERDITCHIAN, A. & VAUCLAIR, J. (2009). Contrast of hand preferences between communicative gestures and non communicative actions in baboons : implications for the origins of hemispheric specialization for language. Brain & Language, 108, 167-174. [PDF]
   SILK, J.B., BEEHNER, J.C., BERGMAN, T., CROCKFORD, C., ENGH, A.L., MOSOCIVICE, L.R., WITTIG, R.M., SEYFARTH, R.M. & CHENEY, D.L. (2009). The benefits of social capital : Close bonds among female baboons enhance offspring survival. Proceedings of the Royal Society, London B, 276, 3099-4104. [PDF]
  TUNG J., ALBERTS, S.C. & WRAY, G.A. (2010). Evolutionary genetics in wild primates : combining genetic approaches with field studies of natural populations. Trends in Genetics, 26, 353-362. [PDF]
   SILK, J.B., BEEHNER, J.C., BERGMAN, T., CROCKFORD, C., ENGH, A.L., MOSOCIVICE, L.R., WITTIG, R.M., SEYFARTH, R.M. & CHENEY, D.L. (2010). Female chacma baboons form strong, equitable, and enduring social bonds. Behavioral Ecology & Sociobiology, 64, 1733-1747. [PDF]
SAPOLSKY, R. (1990). Adrenocortical function, social rank, and personality among wild baboons. Biological Psychiatry, 28, 862-878.  SILK, J.B., BEEHNER, J.C., BERGMAN, T., CROCKFORD, C., ENGH, A.L., MOSOCIVICE, L.R., WITTIG, R.M., SEYFARTH, R.M. & CHENEY, D.L. (2010). Strong and consistent social bonds enhance the longevity of female baboons. Current Biology, 20, 1359-1361. [PDF]
NOË, R. & SLUJITER, A.A. (1990). Reproductive tactics of male savannah baboons. Behaviour, 113, 117-170. [PDF] GALBANY, J., ALTMANN, J., PEREZ-PEREZ, A. & ALBERTS, S.C (2011). Age and individual foraging behavior predict tooth wear in Amboseli baboons. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 144, 51-59. [PDF]
   SILK, J.B., ALBERTS, S.C., ALTMANN, J., CHENEY, D.L. & SEYFARTH, R.M. (2012). Stability of partner choice among female baboons. Animal Behaviour, 83 (6), 1511-1518. [PDF]
   CHENEY, D.L., SILK, J.B. & SEYFERTH, R.M. (2012). Evidence for intra-sexual selection in wild female baboons. Animal Behaviour, 84, 21-27. [PDF]
VAUCLAIR, J. (1990). Processus cognitifs élaborés : étude des représentations mentales chez le babouin. In J.-J. Roeder & J.R. Anderson (Eds.), Primates : Recherches actuelles (pp. 170-180). Paris : Masson. ZIEGLER, J.C., HANNAGAN, T., DUFAU, S., MONTANT, M., FAGOT, J. & GRAINGER, J. (2013). Transposed-letter effects reveal orthographic processing in baboons. Psychological Science, 24 (8), 1609-1611. [PDF]
DAWKINS, R. (2004/07). The ancestor's tale : A pilgrimage to the dawn of evolution / Il était une fois l'évolution. New York : Houghton Mifflin/ Paris : Hachette. GRAINGER, J., DUFAU, S., MONTANT, M., ZIEGLER, J.C. & FAGOT, J. (2012). Orthographic processing in baboons (Papio papio). Science, 336 (6078), 245-248. [PDF]
Voir aussi Animal, Gorille, Chimpanzé, Bonobo + autres Singes
 
Baby Antoine ( ) : Sociologue québécois d'origine française et spécialiste de l'éducation.
 BABY, A. LAMOTHE, D., LARUE, A., OUELLETT, R. et PAYEUR, C. (1995). Le cheminement particulier visant l'insertion sociale et professionnelle : le point de vue des personnes engagées (Rapport de recherche). Québec : CRIRES.
 BABY, A. (2005). La réussite éducative, d’hier à aujourd’hui. Dans L. DeBlois (Dir.), La réussite scolaire : comprendre et mieux intervenir (p. 1-14). Québec : Les Presses de l'Université Laval.
 BABY, A. (2005). Pédagogie des poqués. Sainte-Foy : Presses de l'Université du Québec.
 
 
BACHELARD - BADDELEY - BADINTER - BAER - BAILEY - BAILLARGEON - BALDWIN - BALINT - BALLEINE - BANAJI - BANDURA - BAR
Baccalauréat/Bachelier (en psychologie) : Diplôme de premier cycle d'une durée de 3 ans. Offert dans la plupart des universités québécoises. Préalable à des études de deuxième ou de troisième cycle en psychologie.
  LANDRUM, R.E. (2001). I'm getting my bachelor's degree in psychology; What can I do with it ? Eye on Psi Chi, 6 (1), 20-22.
PIOLAT, A. & VAUCLAIR, J. (2008). Réussir son premier cycle en psycho. Bruxelles : De Boeck Université.
ORDRE DES PSYCHOLOGUES DU QUÉBEC [LIRE].
Bachelard Gaston (Bar-sur-Aube France 1884-1962 Paris) : Philosophe et épistémologue français. On lui doit notamment le concept d'obstacle épistémologique. Professeur de Laplanche.
BACHELARD, G. (1934). Le nouvel esprit scientifique. Paris : Presses Universitaires de France.
BACHELARD, G. (1938/86). La formation de l'esprit scientifique : contribution à une psychanalyse de la connaissance objective. Paris : Vrin.
BACHELARD, G. (1940/88). La philosophie du non : essai d'une philosophie du nouvel esprit scientifique. Paris : Presses Universitaires de France.
BACHELARD, G. (1949). Le rationalisme appliqué. Paris : Presses Universitaires de France.
BACHELARD, G. (1953). Le matérialisme rationnel. Paris : Presses Universitaires de France.
 
SMITH, R.C. (1982). Gaston Bachelard. Boston : Twayne Publishers.
TILES, M. (1984). Bachelard : Science and objectivity. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press.
JONES, M.J. (1991). Gaston Bachelard : Subversive humanist. Madison : University of Wisconsin Press.
Bachevalier Jocelyne ( ) : Neuropsychologue, primatologue et physiologiste d'origine française. Collaboratrice de Loveland et Pascalis.
BACHEVALIER, J., BRICKSON, M. & HAGGER, C. (1993). Limbic-dependent recognition memory in monkeys develops early in infancy. Neuroreport, 4, 77-80.
BACHEVALIER, J. & LOVELAND, K. (1994). Medial temporal lobe structures and autism : A review of clinical and experimental findings. Neuropsychologia, 32, 627-648.
BACHEVALIER, J. & VARGHA-KHADEM, F. (2005). The primate hippocampus: ontogeny, early insult and memory. Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 15, 168-174. [PDF]
BACHEVALIER, J. & LOVELAND, K. (2006). The orbitofrontal-amygdala circuit and self-regulation of socio-emotional behavior in autism. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 30, 97-117.
BACHEVALIER, J. (2006). Ontogenetic development of habit and memory formation in primates. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 608 (1), 457-484.
Bacon
Francis Bacon Roger Bacon
 
Bacon Francis (Londres 1561-1626) : Philosophe empiriste anglais et méthodologiste avant la lettre. On lui doit notamment le concept d'expérience cruciale.
BACON, F. (1603-05/1991). Du progrès et de la promotion des savoirs. Paris : Gallimard.
BACON, F. (1605). The advancement of learning / L’avancement de l'apprentissage.
BACON, F. (1620). Novum organum. Londres : J. Billium / Le nouvel outil. Paris : Presses Universitaires de France.
BACON, F. (1622). Historia naturalis y experimentalis.
BACON, F. (1999). Essais de morales et de politique. Édition L’Arche.
 
ANDERSON, F.H. (1962.). Francis Bacon : His career and his thought. Los Angeles : University of Southern California Press.
VICKERS, B. (1978). Francis Bacon. Harlow, UK: Longman Group.
BRAUN, C.M.J. & BARIBEAU, J. (1984). Classification of psychology among the sciences from Francis Bacon to Boniface Kedrov. Journal of Mind & Behavior, 5, 245-259.
WHITNEY, C. (1986). Francis Bacon and modernity. New Haven, CN: Yale University Press.
GAUKROGER, S. (2001). Francis Bacon and the transformation of early-modern philosophy. Cambridge, U.K. : New York : Cambridge University Press.
Bacon Roger (Ilchester Angleterre 1214-1294) : Philosophe anglais et père de la pensée scientifique (méthodologie).
 
 
 
BÉRUBÉ, C. (1976). De la philosophie à la sagesse chez Saint Bonaventure et Roger Bacon. Rome: Istituto storico dei Cappuccini.
MOLLAND, A.G. (1983). Roger Bacon and the Hermetic Tradition in Medieval Science. Vivarium, 31, 140-160.
MALONEY, T.S. (1985). The extreme realism of Roger Bacon. Review of Metaphysics, 38, 807-837.
HACKETT, J. & MALONEY, T.S. (1987). A Roger Bacon bibliography (1957-1985. New Scholasticism, 61, 184-207.
DE LIBERA, A. (1997). Roger Bacon et la Logique. In J. Hackett (Ed.), Roger Bacon and the sciences : Commemorative essays. (pp. 103-132). Leiden : Brill.
Baddeley Alan D. (Leads Angleterre 1934-) : Psychologue cognitiviste américain d'origine anglaise, spécialisé dans l'étude de la mémoire. En collaboration avec Hitch, il a développé le concept de mémoire de travail, proposé à l'origine par Shiffrin et Atkinson. Collaborateur de Conway, Cowan, Hitch, Hodges, Kopelman et Warrington.
BADDELEY, A.D. & HITCH, G.J. (1974). Working memory. In G.A. Bower (Ed.), Recent advances in Learning & Motivation (Vol. 8, pp. 47-90). New York : Academic Press. [PDF]
BADDELEY, A.D. (1992). Working memory. Science, 255, 55-559. [PDF]
BADDELEY, A.D. (2000). The episodic buffer : a new component of working memory ? Trends in Cognitive Science, 4, 417-423. [PDF]
BADDELEY, A.D. (2001). Is working memory still working ? American Psychologist, 56 (11), 851-864. [PDF]
BADDELEY, A.D. (2012). Working memory : Theories, models, and controversies. Annual Review of Psychology, 63, 1-29. [PDF]
Badie Bertrand (1950-) : Politologue français et spécialiste du rôle de l'état et des relations internationales.
BADIE, B. (1995). La fin des territoires. Paris : Fayard.
BADIE, B. (1998). De la souveraineté à la capacité de l'État. Dans M.-C. Smouts (Dir), Les nouvelles relations internationales (p. 37-58). Paris : Presses de Sciences Politiques.
BADIE, B. (2010). Chez nous, c'est aussi chez eux : Migrations dans la mondialisation. Revue Projet, 7, 5-13. [PDF]
BADIE, B. (2011). Printemps arabe : un commencement. Études, 7 ( 415), 7-18. [PDF]
BADIE, B. (2014). Le temps des humiliés. Paris : Odile Jacob.
 
LEANDER, A. (1997). Bertrand Badie : Cultural diversity changing international relations. In I.B. Neumann & O. Waever (Ed.), The Future of International Relations. Masters in the Making, Londres, RKP, 1997.
Badinter Élisabeth (1944-) : Philosophe et féministe française. Elle s'est intéressée à l'amour maternel et à l'identité sexuelle.
BADINTER, É. (1980/2010). L'Amour en plus : Histoire de l'amour maternel du 17e au 20e siècle. Paris : Flammarion.
BADINTER, É. (1986). L'un est l'autre : Des relations entre hommes et femmes. Paris : Odile Jacob.
BADINTER, É. (1992). XY de l'identité masculine. Paris : Éditions Odile Jacob.
BADINTER, É. (2003). Fausse route. Paris : Éditions Odile Jacob.
BADINTER, É. (2010). Le conflit, la femme et la mère. Paris : Flammarion.
Baer Donald Merle (St-Louis 1931-2002 Lawrence) : Psychologue béhavioriste américain et chef de file de l'analyse fonctionnelle du comportement. Avec Bijou, Il fut le premier à étudier le développement des enfants dans une perspective béhavioriste. Il est également le co-fondateur de Journal of Applid Behavior Analysis (1968). Étudiant de Gewirtz. Professeur de Goetz. Collaborateur de Bijou, Hart, Hineline, Michael, Malott, Morris, Peterson, Risley, Schwartz et Wolf.
BAER, D.M. (1960). Escape and avoidance response of preschool children to two schedules of reinforcement withdrawal. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 3, 155-159. [PDF]
BAER, D.M. & SHERMAN, J.A. (1964). Reinforcement control of generalized imitation in young children. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1, 37-49.
BAER, D.M., PETERSON, R.F. & SHERMAN, J.A. (1967). The development of imitation by reinforcing behavioral similarity to a model. Journal of Experimental of Analysis of Behavior, 10 (5), 405-416. [PDF]
BAER, D.M., WOLF, M.M. & RISLEY, T.R. (1968). Some current dimensions of applied behavior analysis. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 1 (1), 91-97. [PDF]
BAER, D.M., WOLF, M.M. & RISLEY, T.R. (1987). Some still-current dimensions of applied behavior analysis. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 20 (4), 91-97. [PDF]
 
MORRIS, E.K. (2002). Donald Merle Baer (1931-2002) : Obituary. American Psychologist, 57 (10), 792.
WESOLOWSKI, M. D. (2002). Pioneer profiles : An interview with Don Baer. The Behavior Analyst, 25 (2), 135-150. [PDF]
POULSON, C.L. (2002). In Memoriam : Donald M. Baer (1931-2002) : A man of intelligence, iintegrity, courtesy, and humor. The Behavior Analyst, 25 (2), 129-134. [PDF]
BUDD, K., STOKES, T. & ETZEL, B. (Eds.) (2003). A small matter of proof : The legacy of Donald M. Baer. Context Press.
Baeyens Frank ( ) : Psychologue cognitivo-béhavioriste belge, spécialiste du conditionnement répondant. Collaborateur de Eelen et De Houwer.
BAEYENS, F., EELEN, P. & VAN DER BERGH, O. (1990). Contingency awareness in evaluative conditioning : A case for unaware affective-evaluative learning. Cognition & Emotion, 4, 3-18.
BAEYENS, F., EELEN, P., CROMBEZ, G. & VAN DER BERGH, O. (1992). Human evaluative conditioning : Acquisition trials, presentation schedule, evaluative style and contingency awareness. Behavior Research & Therapy, 30, 133-142.
BAEYENS, F., HERMANS, D. & EELEN, P. (1993). The role of CS-US contingency in human evaluative conditioning. Behaviour Research & Therapy, 31, 731-737.
BAEYENS, F., VANSTEENWEGEN, D., BECKERS T., HERMANS, D., KERKHOF, I. & DE CEULAER, A. (2005). Extinction and renewal of Pavlovian modulation in human sequential feature positive discrimination learning. Learning & Memory, 12, 178-192.
BAEYENS, F., VANSTEENWEGEN, D. & HERMANS, D. (2009). Associative learning requires associations, not propositions. Behavioral & Brain Sciences, 32, 198-199.
Bagozzi Richard P. ( ) : Psychologue industriel et organisationel américain d'origine italienne et spécialiste de la consommation et de la mise en marché.
BAGOZZI, R.P. (1975). Marketing as exchange. Journal of Marketing, 39, 32-39. [PDF]
BAGOZZI, R.P. (1992). The self-regulation of attitudes, intentions and behavior. Social Psychology Quarterly, 55, 178-204.
BAGOZZI, R.P. & KIMMEL, S.K. (1995). A comparison of leading theories for the prediction of goal-directed behaviors. British Journal of Social Psychology, 34, 437-461.
BAGOZZI, R.P. & LEE, K.H. (1999). Consumer Resistance to, and Acceptance of, Innovations. Advances in Consumer Research, 26, 1999, 218-225.
BAGOZZI, R.P., GOPINATH, M. & NYER, P.U. (1999). The role of emotions in marketing. Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 27 (2), 184-206.
BAGOZZI, R.P., BERGAMI, M., MARZOCCHI, G.L. & MORANDIN, G. (2012). Customer-organization relationships : Development and test of a theory of extended identities. Journal of Applied Psychology, 97(1), 63-76.
Bahrick
Lorraine E. Bahrick Harry P. Bahrick
 
Bahrick Lorraine E. ( ) : Psychologue cognitiviste américaine, spécialiste du développement, plus particulièrement de la perception et de la reconnaissance du visage. Étudiante de Neisser. Collaboratrice de Bahrick et Lickliter.
BAHRICK, L.E., WALKER, A.S. & NEISSER, U. (1981). Selective looking by infants. Cognitive Psychology, 13, 377-390. [PDF]
BAHRICK, L.E. (1983). Infants' perception of substance and temporal synchrony in multimodal events. Infant Behavior & Development, 6, 429-451.
BAHRICK, L.E., NETTO, D. & HERNANDEZ-REIF, M. (1998). Intermodal perception of adult and child faces and voices by infants. Child Development, 69, 1263-1275. [PDF]
BAHRICK, L.E., GOGATE, L.J. & RUIZ, I. (2002). Attention and memory for faces and actions in infancy : The salience of actions over faces in dynamic events. Child Development, 73, 1629-1643. [PDF]
BAHRICK, L.E. & NEWELL, C. (2008). Infant discrimination of faces in naturalistic events : Actions are more salient than faces. Developmental Psychology, 44, 983-966. [PDF]
Bahrick Lorraine E. ( ) : Psychologue cognitiviste américaine, spécialiste du développement, plus particulièrement de la perception et de la reconnaissance du visage. Étudiante de Neisser. Collaboratrice de Bahrick et Lickliter.
BAHRICK, L.E., WALKER, A.S. & NEISSER, U. (1981). Selective looking by infants. Cognitive Psychology, 13, 377-390. [PDF]
BAHRICK, L.E. (1983). Infants' perception of substance and temporal synchrony in multimodal events. Infant Behavior & Development, 6, 429-451.
BAHRICK, L.E., NETTO, D. & HERNANDEZ-REIF, M. (1998). Intermodal perception of adult and child faces and voices by infants. Child Development, 69, 1263-1275. [PDF]
BAHRICK, L.E., GOGATE, L.J. & RUIZ, I. (2002). Attention and memory for faces and actions in infancy : The salience of actions over faces in dynamic events. Child Development, 73, 1629-1643. [PDF]
BAHRICK, L.E. & NEWELL, C. (2008). Infant discrimination of faces in naturalistic events : Actions are more salient than faces. Developmental Psychology, 44, 983-966. [PDF]
Bahrick Harry P. ( ) : Psychologue cognitiviste américain, spécialiste de la rétention et de la mémoire. Collaborateur de Bahrick.
BAHRICK, H.P. & BOUCHER, B. (1968). Retention of visual and verbal codes of the same stimuli. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 78 (3), 417-422.
BAHRICK, H.P. (1969). Discriminative and associative aspects of pictorial paired associate learning : Acquisition and retention. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 80, 113-119.
BAHRICK, H.P., BAHRICK, P.O & WITTLINGER, R.P. (1975). Fifty years of memory for names and faces : A cross-sectional approach. Journal of Experimental Psychology : General, 104, 54-75
BAHRICK, H.P. (1979). Maintenance of knowledge : Questions about memory we forgot to ask. Journal of Experimental Psychology : General, 108, 296-308
BAHRICK, H.P. (1984). Semantic memory content in permastore : 50 years of memory for Spanish learned in school. Journal of Experimental Psychology : General, 111, 1-29.
Bailey/Bayley
Jon S. Bailey Michael John Bailey Nancy Bayley
Marian Breland Bailey Robert E. Bailey  
 
Bailey Jon S. ( ) : Psychologue béhavioriste américain et spécialiste des techniques de modification du comportement, notamment chez le chien. Professeur de Carr. Collaborateur de Axelrod, Hagopian, Favell, Foxx, Iwata, Lovaas, Malone, Vollmer, Van Houten et Wolf.
BAILEY, J.S. & MEYERSON, L. (1969). Vibration as a reinforcer with a profoundly retarded child. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 2 (2), 135-137. [PDF]
BAILEY, J.S., WOLF, M.M. & PHILLIPS, E.L. (1970). Home-based reinforcement and the modification of pre-delinquents’ classroom behavior. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 3 (3), 223-233. [PDF]
BAILEY, J.S. (1991). Marketing behavior analysis requires different talk. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 24, (3), 445-448. [PDF]
BAILEY, J.S. (1992). Gentle teaching: trying to win friends and influence people with euphemism, metaphor, smoke, and mirrors. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 24 (4), 879-883. [PDF]
BAILEY, J.S. & BURCH, M.R. (2002). Research methods in applied behavior analysis. Thousand Oaks, CA : Sage Publications.
Bailey Marian Breland ( ) : = M.B. Breland.
Bailey John Michael (Lubbock 1957-) : Psychologue évolutionniste américain, spécialisé dans l'étude de l'homosexualité, du transexualisme et de l'orientation sexuelle. Collaborateur de Pillard et Zucker.
BAILEY, J.M. & PILLARD, R.C. (1991). A genetic study of male sexual orientation. Archives of General Psychiatry, 48, 1089-1096.
BAILEY, J.M. & BELL, A.P. (1993). Familiality of female and male homosexuality. Behavior Genetics, 23, 313-322.
BAILEY, J.M., PILLARD, R.C., NEALE, M.C. & AGYEI, Y. (1993). Heritable factors influence sexual orientation in women. Archives of General Psychiatry, 50, 217-223. [PDF]
BAILEY, J.M. & PILLARD, R.C. (1995). Genetics of human sexual orientation. Annual Review of Sex Research, 6, 126-150.
BAILEY, J.M., DUNNE, M.P. & MARTIN, N.G. (2000). Genetic and environmental influences on sexual orientation and its correlates in an Australian twin sample. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 78 (3), 524-536. [PDF]
Bailey Robert E. (1931-2005) : Dresseur professionnel, biologiste et historien béhavioriste américain, spécialisé dans le conditionnement des mammifères marins, notamment le dauphin. = Bob Bailey. Collaborateur de Breland-Bailey.
 BAILEY, R.E. & BAILEY, M.B. (1980). A view from outside the Skinner box. American Psychologist, 35, 942-946.
 BAILEY, R.E. & BAILEY, M.B. (1996). Patient like the chipmunks. Hot Springs, AR : Eclectic Science Productions.
 BAILEY, R.E. & GILLASPY, J.A. (2005). Operant psychology goes to the fair : Marian and Keller Breland in the Popular Press, 1947-1966. The Behavior Analyst, 2 (28), 143-159. [PDF]
 
BIHM, E.M., GILLAPSY, J.A., ABBOT, H.J. & LAMMERS, W.J. (2010). More Misbehavior of organism : a Psi Chi LeCture by Marian and Robert Bailey. The Psychological Record, 60, 505-522. [PDF]
Baillargeon
Normand Baillargeon Renée Baillargeon
 
Baillargeon Normand ( ) : Philosophe, essayiste et vulgarisateur québécois. Il enseigne à l'Université du Québec à Montréal.
BAILLARGEON, N. (2004). L'ordre moins le pouvoir : histoire et actualité de l'anarchisme. Montréal : Lux Éditeur.
BAILLARGEON, N. (2005). Petit cours d'autodéfense intellectuelle. Montréal : Lux Éditeur.
BAILLARGEON, N. (2006). La réforme québécoise de l'éducation : une faillite philosophique. Possibles, 30 (1), 139-184.
BAILLARGEON, N. (2009). Contre la réforme. La dérive idéologique du système d'éducation québécois. Montréal : Presses de l'université de Montréal.
BAILLARGEON, N. (2010). Stéroïdes pour comprendre la philosophie. Verdun : Amérik Média.
Baillargeon Renée ( ) : Psychologue américaine et cognitiviste européenne, spécialisée dans l'étude du développement cognitif des enfants. Elle a notamment reproduit les épreuves de Piaget sur la permanence de l'objet. Étudiante de Spelke. Collaboratrice de Noelting et Pascual-Leone.
BAILLARGEON, R., SPELKE, E.S. & WASSERMAN, S. (1985). Object permanence in five-month-old infants. Cognition, 20, 191-208. [PDF]
BAILLARGEON, R. (1987). Object performance in 3 1⁄2 and 4 1⁄2 month old infants. Developmental Psychology, 23, 655-664. [PDF]
BAILLARGEON, R. & GRABER, J. (1987). Where's the rabbit? 5.5 month-old infants representation of the height of a hidden object. Cognitive Development, 2, 375-392. [PDF]
BAILLARGEON, R. & DEVOS, J. (1991). Object permanence in young infants : Further evidence. Child Development, 62 (6) 1227-1246. [PDF]
BAILLARGEON, R. (1994). How do infants learn about the physical world ? Current Directions, 3, 133-140. [PDF]
bâillement : Cycle respiratoire paroxystique, qui s'accompagne d'une ouverture totale ou partielle (réprimée) de la bouche d'une durée de 5 à 10 secondes. Certains font des bruits en bâillant - d'une intensité variable - d'autres pas. Idem pour les étirements. Yawning.
  PORÉE, C.G. (1757). Essay sur le bâillement. Mémoire de l'Académie des Belles-Lettres de Caen. BARBIZET, J. (1958). Le bâillement. Le Concours Médical, 80 (5), 537-548.
JACKSON, H. (1905). Yawning. Lancet, 21, 174. BROMAGE, P.R. (1959). Yawning. British Medical Journal, 31, 1 (5117), 304.
FÉRÉ, C. (1905). Note sur le bâillement. Comptes-rendus de la Société de Biologie (Paris), 2, 11-12. MONTAGU, A. (1962). On yawning. Journal of American of Medical Association, 732, 152.
PIKE, F.H. (1916). An apology for yawning. Journal of Heredity, 7,447-449. URBA-HOLMGREN, R., GONZALEZ, R.M. & HOLMGREN, B. (1977). Is yawning a cholinergic response ? Nature, 267, 261-262.
CLAPARÈDE, E. (1924). Pourquoi bâille-t-on ? L'éducateur. Institut J.J. Rousseau, 60, 65-70. TROISI, A., AURELI, F. & SCHINO, G. (1990). The influence of age, sex, rank on yawning behavior in two species of macaques. Ethology, 86, 303-313.
HEUSNER, A.P. (1946). Yawning and associated phenomena. Physiological Review, 25, 156-168. BAENNINGER, R., BINKLEY, S. & BAENNINGER, M. (1996). Field observations of yawning and activity in humans. Physiology & Behavior, 59, 421-425.
BARBIZET, J. (1958). Yawning. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry, 21, 203-209. [PDF] JOLY-MASCHERONI, R.M., SENJU, A. & SHEPERD, H. (2008). Dogs catch human yawns. Biology Letters, 4, 446-448.
 
Bain Alexander (Aberdeen Écosse 1818-1903) : Philosophe associationniste écossais. Collaborateur de Mill.
BAIN, A. (1855). The senses and the intellect. London : Parker.
BAIN, A. (1859). The emotions and the will. London : Parker.
BAIN, A. (1861). On the study of character, including an estimate of phrenology. London : Parker, Son,and Bourn.
BAIN, A. (1873). Mind and body. The theories of their relation. London : Henry King.
 
WILKES, A.L. & WADE, N.J. (1997). Bain on neural networks. Brain & Cognition, 33, 295-305.
WADE, N.J. (2001). The Bains of Psychology. Perception, 30, 777-783. [PDF]
Baird John Wallace ( ) : Psychologue américain. Président de l'APA en 1918.
 BAIRD, J.W. (1905). The color sensitivity of the peripheral retina. Kessinger Publishing.
 MEUMAN, E. & BAIRD, J.W. (2007). The psychology of learning : An experimental investigation of the economy and technique of memory. Kessinger Publishing.
 
 
 TITCHENER, E.B. (1919). John Wallace Baird (1869-1919): Obituary. Science, 49 (126), 393-394.
Baker
Linda Baker Robert A. Baker Scott K. Baker
 
Baker Linda ( ) : Psychologue spécialisée dans l'étude de la lecture et de la compréhension de lecture/texte.Collaboratrice de Wigfield.
 BAKER, L. (1984). Spontaneous versus instructed use of multiple standards for evaluating comprehension : Effects of age, reading proficiency and type of standard. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 38, 289-311.
 BAKER, L. & WIGFIELD, A. (1999) Dimensions of children's motivation for reading and their relations to reading activity and reading achievement. Reading Research Quarterly, 34, 452-477. [PDF]
 BAKER, D.P., AKIBA, M., LETENDRE, G.K. & WISEMAN, A.W. (2001). Worldwide shadow education : Outside-school learning, institutional quality of schooling, and cross-national mathematics achievement. Educational Evaluation & Policy Analysis, 23 (1), 1-17.
 BAKER, L. & SCHER, D. (2002). Beginning readers' motivation for reading in relation to parental beliefs and home reading experiences. Reading Psychology, 23 (4), 239-269.
 BAKER, L., DREHER, M.J., SHIPLET, A.K., BEALL, L.C., VOELKER, A., GARRETT, A.J., SCHUGAR, H.R. & FINGER-ELAM, M. (2011). Children's comprehension of informational text : Reading, engaging, and learning. International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education, 4 (1), 197-228. [PDF]
Baker Robert A. (Blackford 1921-2005) : Psychologue américain et spécialiste de l'étude des phénomènes paranormaux, notamment des croyances ésotériques concernant les fantômes, les maisons hantées, les monstres et les enlèvements par les extra-terrestres. Il est membre du Comittee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal. Collaborateur de Nickell.

 BAKER, R.A. (1986). How to bust a ghost. Skeptical Inquirer, 11 (1), 84-90.
 BAKER, R.A. (1987/1988). The aliens among us : Hypnotic regression revisited. Skeptical Inquirer, 12 (2), 147-162.
 BAKER, R.A. & NICKELL, J. (1992), Missing pieces : How to investigate ghosts, ufos, psychics & other mysteries. Amherst, New York : Prometheus Books.
 BAKER, R.A. (1996). Mind games : Are we obsessed with therapy ? Amherst, New York : Prometheus Books.
 BAKER, R.A. (2000). The case of the missing poltergeist. Skeptical Briefs, 10 (2), 12-29.
Baker Scott K. ( ) : Psychologue américain, spécialiste de l'éducation, notamment de la littératie et de l'enseignement des mathématiques. Collaborateur de Carnine, Gersten et Kam'eenui.
BAKER, S. & SMITH, S. (1999). Starting off on the right foot : The influence of four principles of professional development in improving literacy instruction in two kindergarten programs. Learning Disabilities Research & Practice, 14, 239-253.
BAKER, S., GERSTEN, R. & LEE, D. (2002). A synthesis of empirical research on teaching mathematics to low-achieving students. Elementary School Journal, 103 (1), 51-73.
BAKER, S., GERSTEN, R. & GRAHAM, S. (2003). Teaching expressive writing to students with learning disabilities : Research-based applications and examples. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 36 (2), 109-123.
BAKER, S., SMOLKOWSKI, K., KATZ, R., FIEN, H., SEELEY, J., KAME'ENUI, E.J. & THOMAS BECK, C. (2008). Reading fluency as a predictor of reading proficiency in low-performing high poverty schools. School Psychology Review, 37, 18-37.
BAKER, S., CHARD, D.J., KETTERLIN-GELLER, L.R., APICHATABUTRA, C. & DOABLER, C. (2009). Teaching writing to at-risk students : The quality of evidence for self-regulated strategy development. Exceptional Children, 75 (3), 303-320.
 Baladodiffusion : TIC. Podcast, podscasting.

  CAMPBELL, G. (2005). There’s something in the air : Podcasting in education. Educause Review, 40 (6), 32-46. SHANTIKUMAR, S. (2010). From lecture theatre to portable media: Students’ perceptions of an enhanced podcast for revision. Medical Teacher, 31 (6), 535-538.
BONGEY, S.B., CIZADLO, G. & KALNBACH, L. (2006). Explorations in course-casting : Podcasts in higher education. Campus-Wide Information Systems, 23 (5), 350-367. BOLLIGER, D. U., SUPNAAKORN, S. & BOGGS, C. (2010). Impact of podcasting on student motivation in the online learning environment. Computers & Education, 55, 714-722.
DAILEY, J. (2006). Blogging for learning : now everyone has something to say. In J. Misiewicz (Ed.). Feedback. Broadcast Educators Association, Toronto, Canada. ALPAY, E., & GULATI, S. (2010). Student- led podcasting for engineering education. European Journal of Engineering Education, 35, 415-442.
COPLEY, J. (2007). Audio and video podcasts of lectures for campus-based students: Production and evaluation of student use. Innovations in Education & Teaching International, 44 (4), 387- 399. HOLBROOK, J. & DUPONT, C. (2010). Making the decision to provide enhanced podcasts to post-secondary science students. Journal of Science Education & Technology, 20, 233-245.
WINTERBOTTOM, S. (2007). Virtual lecturing: Delivering lectures using screen casting and podcasting technology. Planet, 18, 6-8  
LEE, M.J.W. & CHAN, A. (2007). Pervasive, lifestyle-integrated mobile learning for distance learners: An analysis and unexpected results from a podcast study. Open Learning : The Journal of Open & Distance Learning, 22 (3), 201-218.  
BROWN, A. & GREEN, T.D. (2007). Video podcasting inperspective : the history, technology, aesthetics, and instructional uses of a new medium. Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 36 (1), 3-17.  
McCOMBS, S. & LIU, Y. (2007). The ef cacy of podcasting technology in instructional delivery. International Journal of Technology in Teaching & Learning, 3 (2), 123-134.>  
McKINNEY, D., DYCK, J.L. & LUBER, E.S. (2008). iTunes University and the classroom : Can podcasts replace professors ? Computers & Education, 52 (3), 617-623.  
TAYLOR, M.Z. (2009). Podcast lectures as a primary teaching technology : Results of a one-year trial. Journal of Political Science Education, 5, 135-153.  
McGARR, O. (2009). A review of podcasting in higher education : Its influence on the traditional lecture. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 25 (3), 309-321.  
McKINNEY, D. & PAGE, K. (2009). Podcasts and video streaming: Useful tools to facilitate learning of pathophysiology in undergraduate nurse education ? Nurse Education in Practice, 9 (6), 372-376.  
FERNANDEZ, V., SIMO, P. & SALLÀN, J.M. (2009). Podcasting : A new technological tool to facilitate good practice in higher education. Computers & Education, 53, 385-392. CHESTER, A., BUNTINE, A., HAMMOND, K. & ATKINSON, L. (2011). Podcasting in education : Student attitudes, behaviour and self-efficacy. Journal of Educational Technology & Society, 14, 236-247.
LAZZARI, M. (2009). Creative use of podcasting in higher education and its effect on competitive agency. Computers & Education, 52 (1), 27-34 HILL, J.L. & NELSON, A. (2011). New technology, new pedagogy? Employing video podcasts in learning and teaching about exotic ecosystems. Environmental Education Research, 17, 393-408.
HEW, H.F. (2009). Use of audio podcast in K-12 and higher education : a review of research topics and methodologies. Educational Technology Research & Development, 57 (3), 333-357. KAY, R.H. (2012). Exploring the use of video podcasts in education : A comprehensive review of the literature. Computers in Human Behavior, 28 (3), 820-831
JARVIS, C. & DICKIE J. (2009). Acknowledging the "forgotten" and the "unknown": The role of video podcasts for supporting field-based learning. Planet, 22, 61-63.  
LONN, S. & TEASLEY, S.D. (2009). Podcasting in higher education : What are the implications for teaching and learning ? Internet & Higher Education, 12 (2), 8892. KAY, R., & KLETSKIN, I. (2012). Evaluating the use of problem-based video podcasts to teach mathematics in higher education. Computers & Education, 59 (2), 619-627.
  Voir aussi Téléphone,TIC, Vidéo et Site web
Balandier Georges Léon Émile (Aillevillers France 1920-) : Sociologue et ethnologue français.
BALANDIER, G. (1955). Sociologie actuelle de l'Afrique noire. Dynamique des changements sociaux en Afrique centrale. Paris : Presses Universitaires de France.
BALANDIER, G. (1971). Sens et puissance : les dynamiques sociales. Paris : Presses Universitaires de France.
BALANDIER, G. (1988). Le désordre : éloge du mouvement. Paris : Fayard.
BALANDIER, G. (1985). Le détour : pouvoir et modernité. Paris : Fayard.
BALANDIER, G. (2005). Civilisation et puissance. Paris : L'Aube.
Balayage : Chez Sternberg, et dans le modèle général du traitement de l'information, métaphore utilisé pour désigner la capacité de fouiller sa mémoire à long terme de façon sélective pour y trouver une information particulière. Balayage et temps de réaction. = balayage mémoire. Scanning, memory scanning, high-speed scanning.

  STERNBERG, S. (1966). High-speed scanning in human memory. Science, 153, 652-654.
STERNBERG, S. (1969). Memory scanning : Mental processes revealed by reaction time experiments. American Scientist, 57, 421-457.
SPERLING, G., BUDIANSKY, J., SPIVAK, J.G. & JOHNSON, M.C. (1971). Extremely rapid visual search : The maximum rate of scanning letters for the presence of a numeral. Science, 175, 307-311.
STERNBERG, S. (1975). Memory scanning : New findings and current controversies. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 27, 1-32.
HOCKLEY, W.E. & CORBALLIS, M.C. (1982). Test of serial scanning in item recognition. Canadian Journal of Psychology, 36, 189-212.
Balcombe Jonathan P. (Hornchurch 1959-) : Éthologiste anglais et spécialiste du bien-être animal.
BALCOMBE, J.P. & FENTON, M.B. (1988). Eavesdropping by bats : The influence of echolocation call design and foraging strategy. Ethology, 79, 158-166. [PDF]
BALCOMBE, J.P., BARNARD, N.D. & SANDUSKY, C. (2004). Laboratory routines cause animal stress. Contemporary Topics in Laboratory Animal Science, 43 (6), 42-51. [PDF]
BALCOMBE, J.P. (2006). Laboratory environments and rodents' behavioral needs : A review. Laboratory Animals, 40, 217-235. [PDF]
BALCOMBE, J.P (2009). Animal pleasure and its moral significance. Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 118, 208-216. [PDF]
BALCOMBE, J.P (2010). Laboratory rodent welfare : Thinking outside the cage. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science, 13 (1), 77-88. [PDF]
Baldwin James Mark (Columbia 1861-1934 Paris) : Philosophe, psychologue et historien canadien. Il fonde à Université de Toronto le premier laboratoire de psychologie (1891). En 1892, il devient, avec Mills, le premier psychologue canadien à joindre les rangs de l'Association Américaine de Psychologie (il en fut d'ailleurs le président en 1897). Il a rédigé l'un des tout premiers dictionnaires de psychologie. Étudiant de Wundt. Collaborateur de Warren.
BALDWIN, J.M. (1887). Postulates of physiological psychology. Presbyterian Review, 8, 427-440.
BALDWIN, J.M. (1892). The psychological laboratory in the University of Toronto. Science, 19 (475), 143-144. [LIRE]
BALDWIN, J.M. (1895). Types of reaction. Psychological Review, 2, 259-273. [LIRE]
BALDWIN, J.M. (1896). The 'type-theory' of reaction. Mind, 5, 81-90. [LIRE]
BALDWIN, J.M. (1913). History of psychology : A sketch and an interpretation. London/New York : Watts/Putman.
 
KANTOR, J.R. (1932). James Mark Baldwin : Columbia, S.C., 1861-Paris, France, 1934. Psychological Bulletin, 32, 1-3.
CAIRNS, R.B. (1980). Developmental theory before Piaget : The remarkable contributions of James Mark Baldwin. Contemporary Psychology, 25, 438-440.
HOFF, T.L. (1992). Psychology in Canada one hundred years ago: James Mark Baldwin at the University of Toronto. Canadian Psychology, 33, 683-694.
SOKAL, M.M. (1997). Baldwin, Cattell, and the Psychological Review: A collaboration and its discontents. History of the Human Sciences, 10, 57-89.
GREEN, C.D. (2004). The hiring of James Mark Baldwin and James Gibson Hume at Toronto in 1889. History of Psychology, 7, 130-153.
GREEN, C.D. (2013). James Mark Baldwin, the "Baldwin effect", organic selection, and the American "immigrant crisis" at the turn of the twentieth century. In G. Barker, E. Desjardins & T. Pearce (Eds.), Entangled life : Organism and environment in the biological and social sciences (pp. 33-49). New York : Springer.
Baldwin Mark W. ( ) : Psychosociologue canadien et spécialiste de l'étude du soi.
BALDWIN, M.W. & HOLMES, J.G. (1987). Salient private audiences and awareness of the self. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 52, 1087-1098. [PDF]
BALDWIN, M.W., CARRELL, S.E. & LOPEZ, D.F. (1990). Priming relationship schemas : My advisor and the Pope are watching me from the back of my mind. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 26, 435-454. [PDF]
BALDWIN, M.W., KEELAN, J.P.R., FEHR, B., ENNS, V. & KOH-RANGARAJOO, E. (1996). Social cognitive conceptualization of attachment working models : Availability andaccessibility effects. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 71, 94-104. [PDF]
BALDWIN, M.W. (1997). Relational schemas as a source of if-then self inference procedures. Review of Geneal Psychology, 1 (4), 326-335. [PDF]
BALDWIN, M.W., GRANZBERG, A. & PRITCHARD, E.T. (2003). Cued activation of relational schemas : Self-evaluation and gender effects. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science, 35, 153-163. [PDF]
Baleine : Animal de la classe des mammifères (marins). Whale.
    Voir aussi Animal
BURNIE, D. (Ed.) (2001). Animal. Londres : Dorling Kindersley / Le règne animal. Saint-Laurent : Erpi.
Balint
Enid Flora Balint Michaël Balint
 
Balint Enid Flora (Londres 1903-1994) : Psychanalyste anglaise. = Enid Flora Albu, Enid Flora Edmonds. Collaboratrice de Balint. Analysée par Rickman et Winnicott.
BALINT, E. (1954). Three phases of a transference neurosis. Psyche 11 (8), 526-542.
BALINT, E. (1963). On being empty of oneself. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 44, 470-480.
BALINT, E. (1966). Marital conflicts and their treatment. Comprehensive Psychiatry 7, 403-407.
BALINT, E. (1973). Technical problems found in the analysis of women by a woman analyst. A contribution to the question "What does a woman want ?" International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 54, 195-201.
BALINT, E. (1987). Memory and consciousness. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 68, 475-483.
 
CLULOW, C. (1994). Obituary Enid Balint Edmonds. Sexual & Marital Therapy 9 (3), 301.
RUSCZYNSKI, S. (1996). Enid Balint and the beginning of the psychoanalytical understanding and treatment of the marital relationship. Bulletin of the Society of Psychoanalytical Marital Psychotherapists 3, 4-7.
Balint Michaël (1896-1970) : Psychanalyste hongrois. Pionnier de la médecine psychosomatique. Il s'est intéressé à la relation entre le médecin et son patient. Il a également créé des groupes d'experts qui portent son nom. Il a été analysé par Abraham, Sachs et Ferenczi.
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Banaji Mahzarin Rustum ( ) : Psychosociologue américaine d'origine indienne, spécialisée dans l'étude des stéréotypes. Étudiante de Loftus. Collaboratrice de Abelson, Bellezza, Dweck, Greenwald, Jost, Kihlstrom, Kosslyn, Krieger, Nock, Nosek, Phelps, Prentice et Spelke.
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Bangasser Debra A. ( ) : Neuropsychologue béhavioriste américaine, spécialisée dans l'étude de l'apprentissage, du stress et des différences sexuelles. Étudiante de Schors.
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BANGERT-DROWNS, R.L., KULIK, J.A. & KULIK, C.-L.C. (1985). Effectiveness of computer-based education in secondary schools. Journal of Computer-Based Instruction, 12, 59-68.
BANGERT-DROWNS, R.L. (1986). A review of developments in meta-analytic method. Psychological Bulletin, 99, 388-399.
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Bangerter Adrian ( ) : Psychologue organisationnel suisse, spécialisé dans l'étude des rumeurs, des légendes urbaines et des théories du complot.
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Bar Moshe ( ) : Psychologue neuro-cogniviste israélien et spécialiste de l'étude de la perception. Collaborateur de Schacter.
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Barbeau
Denise Barbeau Gérard Barbeau
 
Barbeau Denise (-2009) : Psychologue québécoise et spécialiste de l'éducation, notamment de la motivation scolaire au collégial. Elle a enseigné au Collège Bois-de-Boulogne. Collaboratrice de Viau.
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Barbeau Gérard (1920-1995) : Psychologue cognitiviste européen d'origine québécoise. Il est le co-auteur avec Pinard d'un test d'intelligence, le Barbeau-Pinard ou l'Épreuve individuelle d'intelligence générale. Étudiant de Mailloux. Collaborateur de Laurendeau et Pinard.
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Barber Theodore Xenophon (1927-2005) : Psychologue américain et spécialiste de l'étude de l'hypnose. Collaborateur de Spanos.
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Barbiturique : Famille de somnifère. Barbiturate.

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Bard Philip Archibald (Hueneme 1898-1977 Californie) : Biologiste et physiologiste américain. En collaboration avec Cannon, il a développé une théorie des émotions, notamment la colère. Étudiant de Cannon.
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BARD, P. (1973). The ontogenesis of one physiologist. Annual Review of Physiology, 35, 1-16.
Bardone-Cone Anna M. ( ) : Psychologue américaine et spécialiste des troubles alimentaires. Collaboratrice de d'Abramson, Caspi, Joiner et Moffitt.
BARDONE-CONE, A.M., MOFFITT, T.E., CASPI, A., DICKSON, N. & SILVA, P.A. (1996). Adult mental health and social outcomes of adolescent girls with depression and conduct disorder. Development & Psychopathology, 8, 811-829.
BARDONE, A.M., VOHS, K.D., ABRAMSON, L.Y., HEATHERTON, T.F. & JOINDER, T.E. (2000). The confluence of perfectionism, body dissatisfaction, and low self-esteem predicts bulimic symptoms : Clinical implications. Behavior Therapy, 31, 265-280. [PDF]
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Barème : Ensemble des modalités de correction d'un examen ou d'un test. Ces modalités incluent : 1) Des précisions sur les éléments de la matière corrigée (liste des concepts, qualités ou catégories évaluées); 2) La distribution des points pour chaque élément (ou ventillation des points); 3) Le total des points et, souvent, la conversion de ce total en lettre (A-B-C-D) ou en pourcentage.

 
Bardache : Jeune homme à l'allure et aux comportements efféminés.

 
Bargh John A. ( ) : Psychosociologue américain, spécialisé dans l'étude de l'automaticité, de l'inconscient et du libre-arbitre. Collaborateur de Aarts, Dijksterhuiset Todorov.
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Barker Roger Garlock (1903-1990 Oskaloosa États-Unis) : Psychologue américain et écologiste avant la lettre. Collaborateur de Lewin.
BARKER, R.G., DEMBO, T. & LEWIN, K. (1941). Frustration and aggression : An experiment with young children. Studies in Child Welfare, 18, 1-314.
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SCHOGGEN, P. (1989). Behavior settings: A revision and extension of Roger G. Barker’s "Ecological psychology". Stanford, CA : Stanford University Press.
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Barkley Russell A. ( ) : Psychologue cognitivo-béhavioriste américain, spécialisé dans l'étude de troubles du déficit de l'attention avec et sans hyperactivité. Il s'intéresse également à l'effet des stimulants sur l'hyperactivité. Il a élaboré une échelle d'évaluation du TDAH. Collaborateur de Dupaul et Smith.
BARKLEY, R.A. (1977). A review of stimulant drug research with hyperactive children. Journal of Child Psychology & Psychiatry, 18, 137-165.
BARKLEY, R.A., DUPAUL, G.J. & McMURRAY, M.B. (1990). Comprehensive evaluation of attention deficit disorder with and without hyperactivity as defined by research criteria. Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology, 58 (6), 775-789.
BARKLEY, R.A. (1997). Behavioral inhibition, sustained attention, and executive functions : Constructing a Unifying Theory of ADHD. Psychological Bulletin, 121 (1), 65-94. [PDF]
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Barlow
David Harrisson Barlow George W. Barlow Horace B. Barlow
 
Barlow David Harrison (Needham 1942-) : Psychologue cognitivo-béhavioriste américain, spécialisé dans l'étude et le traitemement des problèmes comportementaux, notamment des troubles d'anxiété, l'agoraphobie et des déviations sexuelles. Professeur de Chorpita. Collaborateur de Agras, Arntz, Blanchard, Bouton, Clark, Craske, Ehlers, Eyberg, Fairburn, Freeston, Freund, Garety, Gorman, Hayes, Hersen, Hofmann, Hollon, Mineka, Ost, Salkovskis, Williams, Wilson et Zynbarg.
BARLOW, D.H., LEITENBERG, H.S. & AGRAS, W.S. (1969). Experimental control of sexual deviation through manipulation of the noxious scene in covert sensitization. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 74, 596-601
BARLOW, D.H. & HAYES, S.C. (1979). Alternating treatments design : one strategy for comparing the effects of two treatments in a single subject. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 12 (2), 199-210. [PDF]
BARLOW, D.H, GORMAN, J.M., SHEAR, M.K. & WOODS, S.W. (2000). Cognitive-behavioral therapy, imipramine, or their combination for panic disorder. Journal of American Medical Association, 283, 2529- 2536. [PDF]
BARLOW, D.H. (2004). Psychological treatments. The American Psychologist, 59, 869-878. [PDF]
BARLOW, D.H. (2010). Negative effects from psychological treatments : A perspective. American Psychology, 65 (1), 13-20. [PDF]
Barlow George W. (Long Beach États-Unis 1929-) : Éthologiste américain et spécialiste de l'étude des poissons et plus particulièrement des cichlidés. Collaborateur de Bond et Francis.
BARLOW, G.W. (1961). Social behavior of the desert pupfish, Cyprinodon macularius, in the field and in the aquarium. The American Midland Naturalist Journal, 65, 339-359.
BARLOW, G.W. (1973). Competition between color morphs of the polychromatic Midas cichlid Cichlasoma citrinellum. Science, 179, 806-807.
BARLOW, G.W. (1974). Hexagonal territories. Animal Behavior, 22, 876-878.
BARLOW, G.W. (1989). Has sociobiology killed ethology or revitalized it ? Perspect. Ethology, 8, 1-45.
BARLOW, G.W. (1991). Nature-nurture and the debates surrounding ethology and sociobiology. American Zoologist, 31, 286-296.
Barlow Horace B. ( ) : Physiologiste et neurobiologiste anglais, spécialisé dans l'étude la vision, notamment chez la grenouille. Membre du Ratio club. Étudiant de Rushton.
BARLOW, H.B. (1952). Eye movements during fixation. Journal of Physiology, 116, 290-306.
BARLOW, H.B. (1961). Possible principles underlying the transformation of sensory messages. Sensory Communication, 217-234. [PDF]
BARLOW, H.B. (1964). Dark adaptation : a new hypothesis. Vision Research, 4, 47-58.
BARLOW, H.B. (1970). Definition of intelligence. Nature, 228, 1008.
BARLOW, H.B. (1972). Single units and sensation : A neuron doctrine for perceptual psychology ? Perception, 1 (4) 371-394.
 
BARLOW, H.B. (2009) Perceptions, reflections, and new directions in Biological Cybernetics : Horace Barlow in conversation with Leo van Hemmen and John Rinzel. Biological Cybernetic, 100, 5-10. [PDF]
Barnard George Alfred (Walthamstow 1915-2002) : Statisticien anglais. Professeur de Lindley. Collaborateur de Cox.
BARNARD, G.A. (1945). A new test for 2X2 tables. Nature, 156, 177, 783.
BARNARD, G.A. (1949). Statistical inference. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B 11 (2), 115-149.
BARNARD, G.A., JENKINS, G.M. & WINSTEN, C.B. (1962). Likelihood inference and time series. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A 125 (3), 321-372.
BARNARD, G.A. (1972). Two points in the theory of statistical inference. British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 23 (4), 329-331.
BARNARD, G.A. (1972). The logic of statistical inference. British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 23 (2), 123-132.
 
LINDLEY, D.V. (2003). Professor George A. Barnard (1915-2002). The Statistician, 52, 231-234.
Barnes-Holmes
Dermot Barnes-Holmes Yvonne Barnes-Holmes
 
Barnes-Holmes Dermot ( ) : Psychologue béhavioriste irlandais. Avec Hayes, il a développé une théorie du langage (Relational frame theory). = Dermot Barnes. Collaborateur de Barnes-Holmes, Dymond, Hayes, Rehfeldt et Wilson.
BARNES, D. (1989). Behavior-behavior analysis, human schedule performance, and radical behaviorism. The Psychological Record, 39 (3), 339-350.
BARNES, D. & HOLMES, Y. (1991). Radical behaviorism, stimulus equivalence, and human cognition. The Psychological Record, 41, 19-31.
BARNES-HOLMES, D. (2000). Behavioral pragmatism : No place for reality and truth. The Behavior Analyst, 23, 191-202. [PDF]
BARNES-HOLMES, D., REGAN, D., BARNES-HOLMES, Y., COMMINS, S., WALSH, D., STEWART, I., SMEETS, P.M., WHELAN, R. & DYMOND, S. (2005). Relating derived relations as a model of analogical reasoning : Reaction times and event related potentials. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 84 (2), 435-452. [PDF]
BARNES-HOLMES, D., STAUNTON, C, WHELAN, R., BARNES-HOLMES, Y., COMMINS, S., WALSH, D., STEWART, I., SMEETS, P.M. & DYMOND, S. (2005). Derived stimulus relations, semantic priming, and event-related potentials : Testing a behavioral theory of semantic networks. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 84 (3), 17-433. [PDF]
 
RIBES-INESTA, E. (2001) About persistent conceptual confusion : a response to O'Hora and Barnes-Holmes. Behavior & Philosophy, 29, 27-29. [PDF]
Barnes-Holmes Yvonne ( ) : Psychologue béhavioriste irlandaise. = Yvonne Holmes. Collaboratrice de Barnes-Holmes, Hayes et Wilson.
BARNES-HOLMES, Y., BARNES-HOLMES, D., ROCHE, B. & SMEETS, P.M. (2001). The development of self and perspective-taking : A relational frame analysis. Behavioral Development Bulletin, 1, 42-45. [PDF]
BARNES-HOLMES, Y. & BARNES-HOLMES, D. (2002). Naming, story-telling, and problem-solving : Critical elements in the development of language and cognition. Behavioral Development Bulletin, 1, 34-39.
BARNES-HOLMES, Y. & BARNES-HOLMES, D., SMEETS, P.M. (2004). Establishing relational responding in accordance with opposite as generalized operant behavior in young children. International Journal of Psychology & Psychological Therapy, 4 (3), 559-586. [PDF]
BARNES-HOLMES, Y. & BARNES-HOLMES, D., SMEETS, P.M., STRAND, P. & FRIMAN, P. (2004). Testing and training relational responding in accordance with the relational frame of opposite in young children. International Journal of Psychology & Psychological Therapy, 4, 559-586. [PDF]
BARNES-HOLMES, Y. & BARNES-HOLMES, D., McHUGH L. & HAYES, S.C. (2004). Relational Frame Theory : Some implications for understanding and treating human psychopathology. International Journal of Psychology & Psychological Therapy, 4, 355-375.
Baron
Alan Baron Robert A. Baron Simon Baron-Cohen
Reuben M. Baron Robert S. Baron  
 
Baron Alan (1931-2015) : Psychologue béhavioriste et méthodologiste américain, spécialisé dans l'étude du conditionnement opérant. Professeur de Antinotis, Derenne, Galizio, Perone et Schlinger.
BARON, A. & ANTONITIS, J.J. (1961). Punishment and preshock as determinants of bar-pressing behavior. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 54, 716-720.
BARON, A. & PERONE, M. (1982). The place of the human subject in the operant laboratory. The Behavior Analyst, 5 (2), 143-158. [PDF]
BARON, A. (1990). Experimental designs. The Behavior Analyst, 13 (2), 167-171. [PDF]
BARON, A. (1999). Statistical inference in behavior analysis : Friend or foe ? The Behavior Analyst, 22 (2), 83-85. [PDF]
BARON, A. & GALIZIO, M. (2006). The distinction between positive and negative reinforcement : Use with care. The Behavior Analyst, 29 (1), 141-151. [PDF]
Baron Reuben M. ( ) : Psychosociologue et méthodologiste américain. Collaborateur de Eagly, Kenny et Rodin.
BARON, R.M., COWAN, G., GANZ, R. & McDONALD, M. (1974). Interaction of locus of control and type of performance feedback : Considerations of external validity. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 30 (2), 285-292.
BARON, R.M. & RODIN, J. (1978). Personal control as a mediator of crowding. In A. Baum, J. Singer & S. Valins (Eds.), Advances in environmental psychology (pp. 145-190). Hillsdale, NJ : Erlbaum.
BARON, R.M. & KENNY, D.A. (1986). The moderator-mediator variable distinction in social psychological research : Conceptual, strategic, and statistical considerations. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 51, 1173-1182. [PDF]
BARON, R.M. & MISOVICH, S.J. (1993). Dispositional knowing from an ecological perspective. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin, 19, 541-552.
Baron Robert A. ( ) : Psychologue organisationnel américain. Il s'intéresse également à l'effet de la température et des odeurs sur le comportement social. Collaborateur de Bell.
BARON, R.A. (1972). Aggression as a function of ambient temperature and prior anger arousal. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 21, 183-189.
BARON, R.A. & LAWTON, S. F. (1972). Environmental influences on aggression: The facilitation of modeling effects by high ambient temperatures. Psychonomic Science, 26, 80-83.
BELL, P.A. & BARON, R.A. (1974). Environmental influences on attraction : Effects of heat, attitude similarity, and personal evaluations. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 4, 479-481. [PDF]
BARON, R.A. (1977). Human aggression. New York : Plenum.
BARON, R.A. (1997). The sweet smell of... helping : Effects of pleasant ambient fragrance on prosocial behavior in shopping malls. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin, 23 (5), 498-503. [PDF]
Baron Robert S. ( ) : Psychosociologue américain. Il s'intéresse notamment à la distraction.
BARON, R.S. MOORE, D. & SANDERS, G.S. (1978). Distraction as a source of drive in social facilitation research. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 36 (8), 816.
BARON, R.S. (1986). Distraction-conflict theory : Progress and problems. Advances in experimental social psychology, 19, 1-39.
BARON, R.S., HOPPE, S., LINNEWEH, B. & ROGERS, D. (1996). Social corroboration and opinion extremity. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 32, 537-560.
BARON, R.S. (2000). Arousal, capacity, and intense indoctrination. Personality & Social Psychology, 4, 238-254. / (2002). Cultic Studies Journal 18, 172-207.
BARON, R.S. & BELLMAN, S.B. (2007). No guts, no glory : Courage, harassment and minority influence. European Journal of Social Psychology, 37, 101-124.
Baron-Cohen Simon ( ) : Psychiatre américain, spécialisé dans l'étude de l'autisme et des différences sexuelles. Il s'intéresse également à l'attention orientée vers les objets. Étudiant de Frith. Collaborateur de Leslie.
BARON-COHEN, S., LESLIE, A.M. & FRITH, U. (1985). Does the autistic child have a "theory of mind" ? Cognition, 21, 37-46. [PDF]
BARON-COHEN, S., WHEELWRIGHT, S. & JOLLIFFE, T. (1997). Is there a "language of the eyes" ? Evidence from normal adults and adults with autism or Asperger syndrome. Visual Cognition, 4, 311-331. [PDF]
BARON-COHEN, S., RING, H., BULLMORE, E., WHEELWRIGHT, S., ASHWIN, C. & WILLIAMS, S. (2000). The amygdala theory of autism. Neuroscience & Behavioural Reviews, 24, 355-364. [PDF]
BARON-COHEN, S. (2002). The extreme male brain theory of autism. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 6 (6), 248-254. [PDF]
BARON-COHEN, S., KNICKMEYER, R. & BELMONTE, M (2005). Sex differences in the brain : implications for explaining autism. Science, 310, 819-823. [PDF]
Barrett/Barrette
Beatrice H. Barrett James E. Barrett Christian Barrette
H. Clark Barrett Justin L. Barrett Cyrille Barrette
Deirdre Barrett Louise Barrett  
 
Barrett Beatrice H. (1929-2003) : Psychologue béhavioriste américaine, spécialisée dans l'étude de la déficience intellectuelle chez les enfants. = Bea. Étudiante de Lindsley et Skinner. Collaboratrice de Binder, Engelmann, Johnson, Pennypacker, Vargas, Watkins et Zukerman.
BARRETT, B.H. (1958). The role of insight. In J.M. Hadley (Ed.), Clinical and counseling psychology (pp. 62-120). New York : Knopf.
BARRETT, B.H. & LINDSLEY, O.R. (1962). Deficits in acquisition of operant discrimination and differentiation shown by institutionalized retarded children. American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 67, 424-435.
BARRETT, B.H. (1969). Behavioral individuality in four cultural-familially retarded brothers. Behaviour Research & Therapy, 7, 79-91.
BARRETT, B.H., JOHNSTON, J.M. & PENNYPACKER, H.S. (1986). Behavior : Its units, dimensions, and measurement. In R.O. Nelson & S.C. Hayes (Eds.), Conceptual foundations of behavioral assessment (pp. 156-200). New York : Guilford, Press.
BARRETT, B.H., BECK, R., BINDER, C., COOK, D.A., ENGELMANN, S., GREER, R. D., KYKLUND, S J., JOHNSON, K.R., MALONEY, M., McCORKLE, N., VARGAS, J.S. & WATKINS, C.L. (1991). The right to effective education. The Behavior Analyst, 14, 79-82. [PDF]
 
BINDER, C.V. (2004). Beatrice H. Barrett (1929-2003) : Obituary. American Psychologist, 59 (6), 561.
Barrett Deirdre ( ) : Psychologue et spécialiste de l'étude du rêve et de l'hypnose.

BARRETT, D. (1979). The hypnotic dream : Its content in comparison to nocturnal dreams and waking fantasy. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 88, 584-591.
BARRETT, D. (1988). Dreams of death. OMEGA : the Journal of Death and Dying, 19, 95-102.
BARRETT, D. (1993). The "Committee of sleep" : A study of dream incubation for problem solving. Dreaming : Journal of the Association for the Study of Dreams, 3, 115-123. [LIRE]
BARRETT, D. (1994). Dreams in dissociative disorders. Dreaming : Journal of the Association for the Study of Dreams, 4 (3), 165-177.
 
Barrett H. Clark ( ) : Antropologue évolutionniste américain. Collaborateur de Cosmides, Stich et Tooby.
BARRETT, H.C. (2004). Dispelling rumors of a gene shortage. Science, 304, 1601-1602.
BARRETT, H.C. (2005). Enzymatic computation and cognitive modularity. Mind & Language, 20, 259-287. [PDF]
BARRETT, H.C. TODD, P.M., MILLER, G.F. & BLYTHE, P. (2005). Accurate judgments of intention from motion alone : A cross-cultural study. Evolution & Human Behavior, 26, 313-331. [PDF]
BARRETT, H.C. & KURZBAN, R. (2006). Modularity in cognition : Framing the debate. Psychological Review, 113, 628-647. [PDF]
BARRETT, H.C., STICH, S. & LAURENCE, S. (2012). Should the Study of Homo sapiens be Part of Cognitive Science? Topics in Cognitive Science, 4, 379-386. [PDF]
Barrett James E. ( ) : Psychologue béhavioriste américain, spécialisé en pharmacologie béhaviorale, notamment dans l'étude de la cocaïne. Professeur de Katz et Tatham.
BARRETT, J.E (1974). Conjunctive schedules of reinforcement : I. Rate-dependent effects of pentobarbital and d-amphetamine. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 22 (3), 561-573. [PDF]
BARRETT, J.E. (1980). Behavioral pharmacology : recent developments and new trends. Trends in Pharmacological Sciences, 1 (1), 215-218.
BARRETT, J.E. & STANLEY, J.A. (1980). Effects of ethanol on multiple fixed-interval fixed-ratio schedule performances : dynamic interactions at different fixed-ratio values. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 34 (2), 185-198. [PDF]
BARRETT, J.E. & HOFFMANN, S.M. (1991). Neurochemical changes correlated with behavior maintained under fixed-interval and fixed-ratio schedules of reinforcement. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 56 (2), 395-405. [PDF]
BARRETT, J.E. (2002). The emergence of behavioral pharmacology. Molecular Interventions, 2, 470-475.
Barrett Justin L. ( ) : Psychologue américain et spécialiste de l'étude de la religion.

BARRETT, J.L. (1996). Conceptualizing a nonnatural entity : Anthropomorphism in God concepts. Cognitivie Psychology, 312, 219-247. [PDF]
BARRETT, J.L. (1998) Cognitive constraints on Hindu concepts of the divine. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 37, 608-619.
BARRETT, J.L. (2000). Exploring the natural foundations of religion. Trends in Cognitive Science 4, 29-34.
BARRETT, J.L. & NYHOF, M.A. (2001) Spreading nonnatural concepts. Journal of Cognition and Culture 1: 69-100.
 
Barrett Louise ( ) : Psychologue évolutionniste et primatologue américaine. Collaboratrice de Dunbar.
BARRETT, L., DUNBAR, R.I.M. & DUNBAR, P. (1992). Environmental influences on play behaviour among immature gelada baboons. Animal Behaviour, 44, 111-115.
BARRETT, L. & HENZI, S.P. (2000). Keeping it simple socially. Behavioral & Brain Sciences, 23, 743-744.
BARRETT, L. GAYNOR, D. & HENZI, S.P. (2002). A dynamic interaction between aggression and grooming among female chacma baboons. Animal Behaviour 63, 1047-1053.
BARRETT, L., DUNBAR, R.I.M. & LYCETT, J. (2002). Human evolutionary psychology. Basingstoke : Palgrave.
DUNBAR, R.I.M., BARRETT, L. & LYCETT, J. (2005). Evolutionary psychology : A beginner’s guide. Oxford : Oneworld Publications.
Barrett Stephen : Médecin et critique des médecines alternatives. Fondateur du site Quackwatch. Il est aussi membre du Comittee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal.
BARRETT, S. (1981). Health robbers : How to protect your money and your life. George F Stickley Co.
BARRETT, S. (1987). Vitamins and "health" foods : The great American hustle. George F. Stickley Co.
BARRETT, S. (1987). Homeopathy : Is it medicine ? Skeptical Inquirer, 12 (1), 56-62.
BARRETT, S. & HERBERT, V. (1994). The vitamin pushers : How the "Health food" industry is selling Americans a bill of Goods. Prometheus Books.
BARRETT, S. (2008). Consumer health. McGraw-Hill
Barrette Christian ( ) : Anthropologue, concepteur d'un logiciel éducatif (Copilote) et professeur (à la retraite) du Collège Ahuntsic. Collaborateur de Baruffaldi et Gaudet.
BARRETTE, C. (1988). Théorie, méthode et exemples de l'archéologie préhistorique. Laval : Les presses collégiales du Québec.
LEMAY, D., BARRETTE, C. et GAUDET, É. (1996). Guide de communication interculturelle. St-Laurent : ERPI.
BARRETTE, C. et BARUFFALDI, M. (1999). Fragments d'os et de pierre. Origine et évolution des hominidés. Montréal : Décarie Éditeur.
BARRETTE, C. (2005). Vers une méta-synthèse des impacts des TIC sur l’apprentissage et l'enseignement dans les établissements du réseau collégial québécois. Mise en perspective. Clic, 57, 18-24.
BARRETTE, C. (2007). Réussir l'intégration pédagogique des TIC - un guide d'action de plus en plus précis. Bulletin Clic, 63, 11-19.
Barrette Cyrille ( ) : Biologiste et éthologiste québécois, spécialisé dans l'étude des grands mammifères, notamment du caribou. Professeur à l'Université Laval et vulgarisateur scientifique. Collaborateur de Côté.
BARRETTE, C. (1977). The social behavior of captive muntjacs (Muntiacus reevesi). Zeitschrift Tierpsychology, 54, 188-213.
BARRETTE, C. & VANDAL, D. (1986). Social rank, dominance, antler size, and access to food in snow-bound woodland caribou. Behaviour, 97, 118-146.
BARRETTE, C. (2000). Le miroir du monde : Évolution par sélection naturelle et mystère de la nature humaine. Québec : Éditions Multimondes.
DUCHESNE, M., CÔTÉ, S.D. & BARRETTE, C. (2000). Responses of woodland caribou to winter ecotourism in the Charlevoix Biosphere Reserve, Canada. Biological Conservation, 96, 311-317.
BARRETTE, C. (2006). Mystère sans magie. science, doute et vérité : notre seul espoir pour l'avenir. Québec : Éditions Multimondes.
Barsalou Lawrence W. ( ) : Psychologue cognitif américain, spécialisé dans l'étude des concepts, de la catégorisation et de la représentation. Étudiant de Bower.
BARSALOU, L.W. (1982). Context-independent and context-dependent information in concepts. Memory & Cognition, 10, 82-93.
BARSALOU, L.W. (1983). Ad hoc categories. Memory & Cognition, 11, 211-227. [PDF]
BARSALOU, L.W. & BOWER, G.H. (1984). Discrimination nets as psychological models. Cognitive Science, 8, 1-26.
BARSALOU, L.W. (2005). Continuity of the conceptual system across species. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 9, 309-311. [PDF]
BARSALOU, L.W. (2008). Grounded cognition. Annual Review of Psychology, 59, 617-45. [PDF]
Bar-Tal Daniel ( ) : Psychosociologue israélien, spécialisé dans l'étude de l'altruisme. Collaborateur de Kruglanski.
BAR-TAL, D. & DAROM, E. (1979). Pupils' attributions for success and failure. Child Development, 50, 264-267.
BAR-TAL, D., RAVIV, A. & LEISER, T. (1980). The development of altruistic behavior : Empirical evidence. Developmental Psychology, 16, 516-525.
BAR-TAL, D. & JACOBSON, D. (1998). A psychological perspective on security. Applied Psychology : An International Review , 47 (1), 59-71. [PDF]
BAR-TAL, D. (2007). Socio-psychological foundations of intractable conflicts. American Behavioral Scientist, 50, 1430-1453.
BAR-TAL, D. CEHRNYAL-HAI, L., SCHORI, N. & GUNDAR, A. (2009). A sense of self- perceived collective victimhood in intractable conflicts. International Review of the Red Cross, 91 (874), 229-258. [PDF]
Barthes Roland (Cherbourg France 1915-1980) : Semiologue post-moderniste français. Il aurait dit : «Le dictionnaire est une machine à rêver». Collaborateur de Green.
BARTHES, R. (1964). Rhétorique de l'image. Communications, 4, 40-51.
BARTHES, R. (1964). Éléments de sémiologie, Communications. Pari : Seuil.
BARTHES, R. (1972). Le degré zéro de l'écriture. Paris : Seuil.
BARTHES, R. (1977). Fragments d'un discours amoureux. Paris : Seuil.
 
 
 
Bartholomew Kim ( ) : Psychologue canadienne et spécialiste de l'étude de l'attachement chez l'adulte et chez les animaux. Collaborateur de Horowitz.
BARTHOLOMEW, K. (1990). Adult avoidance of intimacy : An attachment perspective. Journal of Social & Personal Relationships, 7, 147-178.
BARTHOLOMEW, K. & HOROWITZ, L.M. (1991). Attachment styles among young adults : A test of a four-category model. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 61, 226-244. [PDF]
BARTHOLOMEW, K. & THOMPSON, J. (1995). The application of attachment theory to counseling psychology. The Counseling Psychologist, 23, 484-490. [PDF]
BARTHOLOMEW, K. (1997). Adult attachment processes : Individual and couple perspectives. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 70, 249-263.
BARTHOLOMEW, K. & MORETTI, M. (2002). The dynamics of measuring attachment : A commentary on "Attachment-Related Psychodynamics". Attachment & Human Development, 4, 162-165. [PDF]
Bartholow Bruce D. ( ) : Psychosociologue américain, spécialisé dans l'étude de la cognition sociale, notamment des effets sociaux de l'alcool. Collaborateur de Amodio, Bushman et Pedersen.
BARTHOLOW, B.D., FABIANI, M., GRATTON, G. & BETTENCOURT, B.A. (2001). A psychophysiological analysis of cognitive processing of and affective responses to social expectancy violations. Psychological Science, 12, 197-204.
BARTHOLOW, B.D., PEARSON, M.A., GRATTON, G. & FABIANI, M. (2003). Effects of alcohol on person perception : A social cognitive neuroscience approach. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 85, 627-638.
BARTHOLOW, B.D. & HEINZ, A. (2006). Alcohol and aggression without consumption : Alcohol cues, aggressive thoughts, and hostile perception bias. Psychological Science, 17, 30-37.
BARTHOLOW, B.D. (2010). On the role of conflict and control in social cognition : Event-related brain potential investigations. Psychophysiology, 47, 201-212.
BARTHOLOW, B.D., HENRY, E.A., LUST, S.A., SAULTS, J.S. & WOOD, P.K. (2012). Alcohol effects on performance monitoring and adjustment : Affect modulation and impairment of evaluative cognitive control. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 121, 173-186.
Bartlett Frederic Charles (Stow on the Wold Angleterre 1886-1969 Cambridge Angleterre) : Psychologue anglais et chef de file de la perspective cognitive américaine. Il a notamment étudié la mémoire. Professeur de Broadbent.
BARTLETT, F.C. (1920). Some experiments on the reproduction of folk stories. Folklore, 31, 30-47.
BARTLETT, F.C. (1925). Feeling, imaging, and thinking. British Journal of Psychology 16, 16-28.
BARTLETT, F.C. (1932). Remembering : A study in experimental and social psychology. London : Cambridge University Press. [PDF]
BARTLETT, F.C. (1951). The mind at work and play. London : Allen and Unwin.
BARTLETT, F.C. (1958). Thinking : An experimental and social study. London : Allen & Unwin.
Bartoshuk Linda M. ( ) : Psychologue américaine et spécialiste de l'étude des sens, notamment du goût.
BARTOSHUK, L.M. (1968). Water taste in man. Perception & Psychophysics, 3 (1), 69-72.
BARTOSHUK, L.M., LEE, C.H. & SCARPEL-LINO, R. (1972). Sweet taste of water induced by artichoke (Cynara scolymus). Science, 179, 988-990.
BARTOSHUK, L.M. (1978). The psychophysics of taste. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 31 (6), 1068-1077. [PDF]
BAROSHUK, L.M., DUFFY, V.B. & MILLER, I.J. (1994). PTC/PROP taste : Anatomy, psychophysics, and sex effects. Physiology & Behavior, 56 (6), 1165-1171.
BARTOSHUK, L.M., DUFFY, V.B., REED, D. & WILLIAMS, A. (1996). Supertasting, earaches and head Injury : Genetics and pathology alter our taste worlds. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 20 (1), 79-87. [PDF]
Bartsch Richard A. ( ) : Psychosociologue américain et spécialiste de l'éducation. Collaborateur de Judd.
BARTSCH, R.A. & JUDD, C. M. (1993). Majority-minority status and perceived ingroup variability revisited. European Journal of Social Psychology, 23, 471-483.
BARTSCH, R.A. & COBERN, K.M. (2003). Effectiveness of PowerPoint presentation in lectures. Computers & Education, 41 (1), 77-86. [PDF]
BARTSCH, R.A., ENGELHARD-BITTNER, W.M. & MORENO, J.E. (2008). A design to improve internal validity of assessments of teaching demonstrations. Teaching of Psychology, 35 (4), 357-359.
BARTSCH, R.A. & MURPHY, W. (2011). Examining the effects of an electronic classroom response system on student engagement and performance. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 44, 25-33.
BARTSCH, R.A., CASE, K.A. & MEERMAN, H. (2012). Increasing academic self-efficacy in statistics with a live vicarious experience presentation. Teaching of Psychology, 39, 133-136.
Baruffaldi Maria ( ) : Anthropologue et professeure au Collège Ahuntsic. Collaboratrice de Barrette, Larivée et Levy.
LÉVY, J. & BARUFFALDI, M (1991). Les agressions sexuelles : une approche anthropologique. In H. Cohen (Dir.), L'agression sexuelle : perspectives contemporaines (p. 13-79). Montréal : Méridien.
LARIVÉE, S. & BARUFFALDI, M. (1993). La science au-dessus de tout soupçon. Enquête les fraudes scientifiques. Montréal : Méridien.
BARRETTE, C. et BARUFFALDI, M. (1999). Fragments d'os et de pierre. Origine et évolution des hominidés. Montréal : Décarie Éditeur.
 
 
BASE - BASEBALL - BASKETBALL - BASOLO - BASOW - BASS - BASTIEN - BASTOCK - BATES - BATESON - BAU
Bas de page (En...) : Voir Citer en bas de page.
Base : Objet ou ensemble d'objets qui sert de point de référence/comparaison et sur lequel on s'appuie pour analyser un phénomène ou prendre une décision.

Types de base
Base d'analyse Base de données Base de sondage
 
Base d'analyse : Référence (date ou lieu) par rapport à laquelle la variation relative d'un indicateur ou d'un indice est observée et mesurée.

 
Base de données : Database, data bank.

  BARTSCH, R.A. & TYDLACKA, B.L. (2003). Student perceptions (and the reality) of percentage of journal articles found through full-text databases. Research Strategies, 19, 128-134.
BARTSCH, R.A. (2007). Misuse of online databases for literature searches. In T.T. Kidd & H. Song (Eds.), Handbook of Research on Instructional Systems and Technology (pp. 373-380). Hershey, NY : IGI Global.
Base de sondage : Liste des individus à partir duquel on prélève un échantillon. Frame.

  SCHERRER, B. (1984). Biostatistique. Chicoutimi : Gaëtan Morin.
Baseball : Sport d'équipe. Baseball.

  HALE, C.J. (1956). Physiological maturity of Little League Baseball players. Research Quarterly, 27, 276-282. GARDNER, D.E., LIGHT-BREDEMEIER, B.J. & BOSTROM, A. (1996). The relationship between perceived coaching behaviors and team cohesion among baseball and softball players. The Sport Psychologist, 10, 367-381. [PDF]
RAINEY, D.W & LARSEN, J.D. (1988). Balls, strikes, and norms : Rule violations and normative rules among baseball umpires. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 10, 75-80. [PDF] PAULL, G. & GLENTOSS, D. (1997). Expert perception and decision making in baseball. International Journal of Sport Psychology, 28, 35-56.
  BENNETT, G., & MANEVAL, M. (1998). Leadership styles of elite Dixie youth baseball coaches. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 87, 754.
RAINEY, D. W., LARSEN, J.D. & STEPHENSON, A. (1989). The effects of a pitcher's reputation on umpires’ calls of balls and strikes. Journal of Sport Behavior, 12, 139-150. MARGOLIS, B. & PILIAVIN, J.A. (1999)."Stacking" in major league baseball : a multivariate analysis. Sociology of Sport Journal, 16, 16-34.
LARSEN, J.D. & RAINEY, D.W. (1991). Judgement bias in baseball umpires' first base calls : A computer simulation. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 13, 75-79. FORD, G.G., GALLAGHER, S.H. & LACY B.A. (1999). Repositioning the home plate umpire to provide enhanced perceptual cues and more accurate ball-strike judgments. Journal of Sport Behavior, 22, 28-44.
  BURGER, J.M & LYNN, A.L. (2005). Superstitious behavior among American and Japanese professional baseball players. Basic & Applied Social Psychology, 27 (1), 71-76. [PDF]
THOMPSON, A., BARNSLEY, R. & STEBELSKY, G. (1991). "Born to play ball" : The relative age effect and major league baseball. Sociology of Sport Journal, 8, 146-151. BRAY, S.R., OBARA, J. & KWAN, M. (2005). Batting last as a home advantage factor in men's NCAA tournament baseball. Journal of Sports Sciences, 23 (7), 681-686.
THOMPSON, A., BARNSLEY, R. & STEBELSKY, G. (1992). Baseball performance and the relative age effect : Does Little League neutralize birthdate selection bias ? Nine, 1, 19-30. WOOLNER, K. & PERRY, D. (2006). Why are pitchers so unpredictable ? In J. Keri (Ed.), Baseball between the numbers: Why everything you know about the game is wrong (pp. 48-57). New York : Basic Books.
RAINEY, D. (1994). Magnitude of stress experienced by baseball and softball umpires. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 79 (1), 255-258. VAN DER KAMP, J., RIVAS, F., VAN DOORN, H. & SAVELSBERGH, G.J.P. (2008). Ventral and dorsal contributions in visual anticipation in fast ball sports. International Journal of Sport Psychology, 39, 100-130.
RAINEY, D. (1995). Sources of stress among baseball and softball umpires baseball teams beaten by jet lag. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 7 (1), 1-10. MacHANON, C. & STARKES, J.L. (2008). Contextual influences on baseball ball-strike decisions in umpires, players and controls. Journal of Sport Sciences, 26, 751-760.
McBEATH, M.K., SHAFFER, D.M. & KAISER, M.K. (1995). How baseball outfield dersdetermine where to run to catch fly balls. Science, 268, 569-573. SCHWEIZER, G., PLESSNER, H., KAHLERT, D. & BRAND, R. (2011). A video-based training method for improving soccer referees’ intuitive decision making skills. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 23, 429-442.
SCHINKE, R.J., BLOOM, G.A. & SLMELA, J.H. (1995). The career stages of elite Canadian basketball coaches. Avante, 1 (1), 48-62. [PDF] SULLOWAY, F.J. & ZWEIGENHAFT, R.L. (2010). Birth order and risk taking in athletics : A meta-analysis and study of major league baseball. Personality & Social Psychology, 14, 402-416. [PDF]
Voir aussi Avantage du terrain, Effet d'audience, Sport
Basedow Johann Bernhard (Hambourg 1723-1790 Magdebourg) : Éducateur allemand et pédagogue avant la lettre.
 
 
 
Basic & Applied Social Psychology : Revue scientifique de psychologie sociale. Éditeur : Taylor & Francis.
SMITH, S.M., McINTOSH, W.D. & BAZZINI, D.G. (1999). Are the beautiful good in Hollywood ? An investigation of the beauty-and-goodness stereotype on film. Basic & Applied Social Psychology, 21, 69-80. [PDF]

Basketball : Sport d'équipe. Basketball.

  THIRER, J. & RAMPEY, M. (1979). Effects of abusive spectator behaviour on the performance of home and visiting intercollegiate basketball teams. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 48, 1047-1053. RAINEY, D.W. & DUGGAN, P. (1999). Assaults on basketball referees : a: statewide survey. Journal of Sport Behavior, 22 (4), 578-590. [PDF]
VARCA, P. (1980). An analysis of home and away game performance of male college basketball teams. Journal of Sport Psychology, 2, 245-257. ECCLES, J.S. & BARBER, B.L. (1999). Student council, volunteering, basketball, or marching band : What kind of extracurricular involvement matters ? Journal of Adolescent Research, 14, 10-43. [PDF]
ALLARD, F., GRAHAM, S. & PAARSALU, M.E. (1980) Perception in sport : basket-ball. Journal of Sport Psychology 2, 14-21. RAINEY, D.W. (1999). Sources of stress, burnout, and intention to terminate among bsketball referees. Journal of Sport Behavior, 22 (4), 578-590. [PDF]
ALAXANDER, C.J. & SCHULDT, W.J. (1982). Effects of achievement standards and choice on a basketball skill. Journal of Sport Psychology, 4, 189-193. BLOOM, G.A., CRUMPTON, R. & ANDERSON, J.E. (1999). A systematic observation study of the teaching behaviors of an expert basketball coach. The Sport Psychologist, 13, 157-170. [PDF]
ALLARD, F., GRAHAM, S. & PAARSALU, M E. (1980). Perception in spor t: Basketball. Journal of Sport Psychology, 2, 14-21. ANSHEL, M.H. & WEINBERG, R.S. (1999). Re-examining coping among basketball referees following stressful events : Implications for coping interventions. Journal of Sport Behavior, 22, 141-161.
GREER, D.L. (1983). Spectator booing and the home advantage : A study of social influence in the basketball arena. Social Psychology Quarterly, 46, 252-261. KIRKER, B., TENENBAUM, G. & MATTSON, J. (2000). An investigation of the dynamics of aggression : direct observations in ice hockey and basket-ball. Research Quarterly for Exercice & Sport, 71, 373-386.
CHELLADURAI, P. & ARNOOT, M. (1985). Decision styles in coaching: Preferences of basketball players. Research Quarterlyfor Exercise & Sport, 56 (1), 15-23. VOLLMER, T.R. & BOURRET, J. (2000). An application of the matching law to evaluate the allocation of two- and three-point shots by college basketball players. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 33 (2), 137-150. [PDF]
SNYDER, E.E. & PURDY D.A. (1985). The home advantage in collegiate basketball. Sociology of Sport Journal, 2, 352-356. BRAY, C.D. & WHLEY, D.E. (2001). Team cohesion, effort, and objective individual performance of high school baskeball players. The Sport Psychologist, 15, 260-275. [PDF]
 GILOVICH, T., VALONE, R. & TVERSKY, A. (1985). The hot hand in basketball : On the misperception of random sequences. Cognitive Psychology, 17, 295-314. HARLE, S.K. & VICKERS, J.N. (2001). Training quick eye improves accuracy in the basketball free throw. The Sport Psychologist, 15, 289-305.
WEISS, M.R. & FRIEDRICHS, W.D. (1986). The influence of leader behaviors, coach attributes, and institutional variables on performance and satisfaction of collegiate basketball teams. Journal of Sport Psychology, 8, 332-346. BOURRET, J. & VOLLMER, T.R. (2003). Basketball and the matching law. Behavioral Technology Today, 3, 2-6. [PDF]
LEHMAN, D.R. & REIFMAN, A. (1987). Spectator influence on basketball officiating. Journal of Social Psychology, 127, 673-675. DAVIES, M.J., BLOOM, G.A. & SALMELA, J.H. (2005). Job satisfction of accomplished male university basketball coaches : The Canadian context. International Journal Sport Psychology, 36, 173-192. [PDF]
SEIFRITZ, J.J., DUDA, J.L. & CHI, L. (1992). The relationship of perceived motivational climate to intrinsic motivation and beliefs about success in basketball. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 14, 375-391. PERREAULT, S. & VALLERAND, R.J. (2007). A test of self-determination theory with wheel chair basketball players with and without disability. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 24, 305-316. [PDF]
MACE, F.C., LALLI, J.S., SHEA, M.C. & NEVIN, J.A. (1992). Behavioral momentum in college basketball. Journal of Applied Behavioral Analysis, 25 (3), 657-663. [PDF] ROMANOWICH, P., BOURRET, J. & VOLLMER, T.R. (2007). Further analysis of the matching law to describe two- and three-point shot allocation by professional basketball players. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 40 (2), 311-315. [PDF]
PEASE, D.G. & KOZUB, S.A. (1994). Perceived coaching behaviors and team cohesion in high school girls basketball teams. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 16, S93. GUILBERT, S. (2010). La violence des entraîneurs: une étude comparative entre 5 disciplines sportives (basket-ball, tennis de table, karaté, natation et tir). Esporte e Sociedade Ano, 5 (13), 1-20. [PDF]
WELLER, A. & WELLER, L. (1995). Examination of menstrual synchrony among women basketball players. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 20 (6), 613-622.  
  MIRJAMALI, E., RAMZANINEZHAD, R., RAHMANINIA, F. & REIHANI, M. (2012). A study of sources of stress in International and National Referees of soccer, volleyball, basketball and handball in Iran. World Journal of Sport Sciences, 6 (4), 347-354. [PDF]
Voir aussi Équipe et Sport
Basolo Alexandra L. ( ) : Biologiste américaine, spécialisée dans l'étude des facteurs qui contribuent à créer et à maintenir la variation phénotypique, notamment les préférences sexuelles et le choix du partenaire chez le Xiphophorus helleri.
BASOLO, A.L. (1990). Female preference predates the evolution of the sword in swordtail fish. Science, 250, 808-810. [PDF]
BASOLO, A.L. (1995). A further examination of a pre-existing bias favouring a sword in the genus Xiphophorus. Animal Behaviour, 50, 365-375. [PDF]
BASOLO, A.L. (1996). The phylogenetic distribution of a female preference. Systematic Biology 45, 290-307. [PDF]
BASOLO, A.L. & ALCARAZ, G. (2003). The turn of the sword : length increases male swimming costs in swordtails. Proceedings of the Royal Society B : Biological Sciences, 270, 1631-1636. [PDF]
BASOLO, A.L. & WAGNER, W.E. (2004). Covariation between predation risk, body size and fin elaboration in the green swordtail. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 83, 87-100. [PDF]
Basow Susan A. ( ) : Psychologue américaine spécialisée dans l'étude de l'évaluation des enseignements.
BASOW, S.A. & DISTENFELD, M.S. (1985). Teacher expressiveness : More important for male teachers than female teachers ? Journal of Educational Psychology, 77, 45-52.
BASOW, S.A. & SILBERG, N. (1987). Student evaluations of college professors : Are female and male professors rated differently ? Journal of Educational Psychology, 79 (3), 308-314.
BASOW, S.A. (1994). Student ratings of professors are not gender blind. AWM Newsletter, 24 (5), [LIRE]
BASOW, S. A. (1995). Student evaluations of college professors : When gender matters. Journal of Educational Psychology, 87 (4), 656-665.
BASOW, S.A. (2000). Best and worst professors : Gender patterns in students' choices. Sex Roles, 43 (5/6), 407-417.
Bass Bernard M. (1925-2007) : Psychologue organisationel américain, spécialiste de l'étude du leadership. Collaborateur de Avolio et Stogdill.
BASS, B.M., WALDMAN, D.A., AVOLIO, B.J. & BEBB, M. (1987). Transformational leadership and the falling dominoes effect. Group & Organization Studies, 12, 73-87.
BASS, B.M. (1990). From transactional to transformational leadership : Learning to share the vision. Organizational Dynamics, 18 (3), 19-31. [PDF]
BASS, B.M., AVOLIO, B.J. & ATWATER, L. (1996). The transformational and transactional leadership of men and women. Applied Psychology : An International Review, 45, 5-34.
BASS, B.M. (1997). Does the transactional-transformational leadership paradigm transcend organizational and national borders ? American Psychologist, 52 (2), 130-139.
BASS, B.M. (1999). Two decades of research and development in transformational leadership. European Journal of Work & Organizational Psychology, 8 (1), 9-32. [PDF]
Bastien J.M. Christian ( ) : Psychologue québécois et spécialiste de l'ergonomie des documents électroniques. Collaborateur de Tricot.
BASTIEN, J.M.C. & SCAPIN, D.L. (1992). A validation of ergonomic criteria for the evaluation of human-computer interfaces. International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 4, 183-196.
BASTIEN, J.M.C. & SCAPIN, D.L. (1995). Evaluating a user interface with ergonomic criteria. International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 7, 105-121.
BASTIEN, J.M.C. & SCAPIN, D.L. & LEULIER, C. (1999). The ergonomic criteria and the ISO 9241-10 dialogue principles : A pilot comparison in an evaluation task. Interacting with Computers, 11, 299-322.
BASTIEN, J.M.C. & TRICOT, A. (2008). L’évaluation ergonomique des documents électroniques. In A. Chevalier & A. Tricot (Eds.), Ergonomie des documents électroniques (pp. 205-227). Paris : Presses Universitaires de France. [PDF]
BASTIEN, J.M.C. (2010). Usability testing : a review of some methodological and technical aspects of the method. International Journal of Medical Informatics, 79, 18-23.
Bastock Margaret (192?-1982) : Zoologiste et généticienne anglaise, spécialisée dans l'étude de la relation entre les gènes et le comportement, notamment chez la drosophile. Étudiante de Tinbergen. Collaboratrice de Manning et Morris.
BASTOCK, M., MORRIS, D. & MOYNIHAN, M. (1953). Some comments on conflict and thwarting in animals. Behaviour, 6, 66-74.
BASTOCK, M. & MANNING, A. (1955). The courtship of Drosophila melanogaster. Behaviour, 8, 85-111.
BASTOCK, M. (1956). A gene mutation which changes a behavior pattern. Evolution, 10, 421-439.
BASTOCK, M. (1967). Courtship : a zoological study. London : Heinemann.
 
COBB, M. (2007). A gene mutation which changed animal behaviour : Margaret Bastock and the yellow fly. Animal Behaviour, 74 (2), 163-169. [PDF]
Bateau de Thésée : Voir Théorie de l'identité.
Bateman Anthony W. ( ) : Psychanalyste anglais, d'origine hongroise, spécialisé dans l'étude et le traitement des cas de personnalité limite. Collaborateur de Fonagy.
BATEMAN, A.W. (1989). Borderline Personality in Britain : a preliminary study. Comprehensive Psychiatry, 30 (5), 385-390.
BATEMAN, A.W. (1993). Personality disorders. Current Opinion in Psychiatry, 6, 205-209.
BATEMAN, A.W. (1997) Borderline personality disorder and psychotherapeutic psychiatry: an integrative approach. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 13 (4), 489-498.
BATEMAN, A.W. & FONAGY, P. (2000). Psychotherapeutic treatment of personality disorder. British Journal of Psychiatry, 117, 138-143.
BATEMAN, A.W. & MARGISON, F. (2003). Psychotherapy : new paradigms. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 37, 512-514.
Bates
Elizabeth Bates Henry Walter Bates Lucy A. Bates
 
Bates Elizabeth (Wichita 1947-2003 San Diego). Neurocognitiviste américaine et spécialiste de l'acquisition du langage. Collaboratrice de Elman, Hernandez et Tomasello.
BATES, E. (1976). Language and context : The acquisition of pragmatics. New York : Academic Press.
BATES, E., FRIEDERICI, A. & WULFECK, B. (1987). Comprehension in aphasia : A cross-linguistic study. Brain & Language, 32 (1), 19-68.
BATES, E. (1999). Language and the infant brain. Journal of Communication Disorders, 32, 195-205.
BATES, E. (1999). Plasticity, localization and language development. In S.H. Broman & J.M. Fletcher (Eds.), The changing nervous system : Neurobehavioral consequences of early brain disorders (pp. 214-253). New York : Oxford University Press.
BATES, E. & ELMAN, J.L. (2000). The ontogeny and phylogeny of language : A neural network perspective. In S. Parker, J. Langer & M. McKinney (Eds.), Biology, brains, and behavior : The evolution of human development (pp. 89-130.). Santa Fe : School of American Research Press.
Bates Henry Walter (Leicester 1825-1892 Londres) : Naturaliste et entomologiste anglais. On lui doit le concept de mimétisme. Collaborateur de Wallace.
BATES, H.W. (1862). Contributions to an insect fauna of the Amazon valley. Lepidoptera: Heliconidae. Transactions of the Linnean Society,
BATES, H.W. (1863). The naturalist on the river Amazons.
 
 
 
 
Bates Lucy A. ( ) : Psychologue anglaise et spécialiste de la cognition chez l'éléphant. Collaboratrice de Byrne.
BATES, L.A. & CHAPPELL, J. (2002). Inhibition of optimal behaviour by social transmission in the guppy depends on shoaling. Behavioural Ecology, 13, 827-831
BATES, L.A., SAYIALEL, K., NJIRAINI, N, POOLE, J.H., MOSS, C.J. & BYRNE, R.W. (2008). African elephants have expectations about the locations of out-of-sight family members. Biology Letters, 4 (1) 34-36.
BATES, L.A., LEE, P.C., NJIRAINI, N., POOLE, J.H., SAYIALEL K., SAYIALEL, S., MOSS, C. & BYRNE, R.W. (2008). Do elephants show empathy ? Journal of Consciousness Studies, 15, 204-225. [PDF]
BATES, L.A. POOLE, J.H. & BYRNE, R.W. (2008). Elephant cognition. Current Biology, 18 (13), 544-546.
BATES, L.A., HANDFORD, R., LEE, P.C., NJIRAINI, N., POOLE, J.H., SAYIALEL, K., SAYIALEL, S., MOSS, C.J. & BYRNE, R.W. (2010). Why do African elephants simulate oestrus ? An analysis of longitudinal data. PLoS One, 5 (4), 1-6
Bateson/Batson
Gregory Bateson Patrick P.G. Bateson Daniel C. Batson
 
Bateson Gregory (Grantchester Angleterre 1904-1980 San Francisco) : Anthropologue et cybernéticien anglais. Il est l'un des membres fondateurs de l'École de Palo Alto. Il a élaboré une théorie - la théorie de la double contrainte (double bind) - qui considère certaines maladies mentales, notamment la schzizophrénie, comme un mode d'adaptation à une structure pathologique des relations familiales. Collaborateur de Haley et Jackson.
BATESON, G., JACKSON, D.D., HALEY, J. & WEAKLAND, J.H. (1956). Toward a theory of schizophrenia. Behavioral Science, 1, 251-264.
BATESON, G. (1977/1980). Vers une écologie de l’esprit (Tome I et II). Paris : Seuil.
BATESON, G. (1978). The birth of a matrix or double bind and epistemology. In M.M. Berger (Ed.), Beyond the double bind (pp. 39-64). New York : Brunner/Mazel.
BATESON, G. (1980/84). Mind and nature : A necessary unity / La nature et la pensée. New York : Bantam Books/Paris : Seuil.
BATESON, G. (1996). Une unité sacrée. Paris : Seuil.
 
PAUZÉ, R. (1998). Gregory Bateson, l'itinéraire d'un chercheur. Genève : Erès.
Bateson Patrick P.G. ( ) : Éthologiste anglais. Collaborateur de Hinde.
BATESON, P.P.G. (1966). The characteristics and context of imprinting. Biological Reviews, 41, 177-220.
BATESON, P.P.G. (1992). Do animals feel pain ? New Scientist, 30-33.
BATESON, P.P.G. (2004). The active role of behaviour in evolution. Biology & Philosophy, 19, 283-298.
BATESON, P.P.G. (2005). The return of the whole organism. Journal of Biosciences, 30, 31-39. [PDF]
BATESON, P.P.G. (2005). Using animals in research. Psychology Review, 11, 2-6.
Bâtonnet : Récepteurs sensoriels de la vision situés en périphérie de la rétine. Ils ne sont pas sensibles à la couleur. Les bâtonnets et cônes. Rod.
  ALPERN, M., RUSHTON, W.A.H. & TORII, S. (1970). The size of rod signals. Journal of Physiology, 206, 193-208. [PDF]
ALPERN, M., RUSHTON, W.A.H. & TORII, S. (1970). The attenuation of rod signals by backgrounds. Journal of Physiology, 206, 209-227. [PDF]
BAYLOR, D.A., NUNN, B.J. & SCHNAPF, J.L. (1984). The photocurrent noise and spectral sensitivities of rods of the monkey Macaca fascicularis. Journal of Physiology, 357, 575-607.
BRAUN, C.M.J., ACHIM, A., CHARRON, J.F. & CÔTÉ, A. (1998). Dissociation of hemispheric exploitation of rods and cones for simple detection. American Journal of Psychology, 111, 241-263.
THAPAN, K., ARENDT, J., SKENE, D.J. (2001). An action spectrum for melatonin suppression : evidence for a novel non-rod, non-cone photoreceptor system in humans. Journal of Physiology, 535, 261-267.
ABERCROMBIE, M., HICKMAN, C.J. & JOHNSON, M.L. (1980). Dictionary of biology. Londres : Penguin.
Batricien : Voir amphibien.
Batson C. Daniel ( ) : Psychosociologue américain, spécialisé dans l'étude de l'altruisme, de l'empathie et de la religion. Étudiant de Darley.
BATSON, C.D. (1976). Religion as prosocial : Agent or double agent ? Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 15, 29-45.
BATSON, C.D., DUNCAN, B.D., ACKERMAN, P., BUCKLEY, T. & BIRCH, K. (1981). Is empathic emotion a source of altruistic motivation ? Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 40 (2), 290-302. [PDF] + [PDF]
BATSON, C.D., KLEIN, T.R., HIGHBERGER, L. & SHAW L.L. (1995). Immorality from empathy-induced altruism : When compassion and justice conflict. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 68, 1042-1054.
BATSON, C.D., AHMAD, N. & TSANG, J-A. (2002). Four motives fo community involvement. Journal of Social Issues, 58 (3), 429-445. [PDF]
BATSON, C.D., LISHNER, D.A., CARPENTER, A., DULIN, L., HARJUSOLA-WEBB, S., STOCKS, E.L., GALE, S., HASSAN, O. & SAMPAT, B. (2003). "... As you would have them do unto you" : Does imagining yourself in the other's place stimulate moral action ? Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin, 29, 1190-1201. [PDF]
Batterie de tests : Expression qui désigne un ensemble de tests ou d'instuments qui permet d'évaluer un phénomène. EX: Test Luria-nebraska. Battery of tests.

   
ANASTASI, A. (1994). Introduction à la psychométrie. Montréal : Guérin.
Batty G. David ( ) : Psychologue et épidémiologiste écossais et spécialiste de l'étude de l'intelligence. Collaborarice de Deary, Gale, Johnson et Weiss .
BATTY, G.D., DER, G., MacINTYRE, S. & DEARY, I.J. (2006). Does IQ explain socio-economic inequalities in health? Evidence from a population-based cohort study in the west of Scotland. British Medical Journal, 332, 580-584. [PDF]
BATTY, G.D., DEARY, I.J. & MacINTYRE, S. (2006). Childhood IQ and life course socioeconomic position in relation to alcohol induced hangovers in adulthood : the Aberdeen children of the 1950s study. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 60 (9), 872-874. [PDF]
BATTY, G.D., DEARY, I.J., SCHOON, I. & GALE, C. R., (2007). Mental ability across childhood in relation to risk factors for premature mortality in adult life : the 1970. British cohort study. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 61, 997-1003.
BATTY, G.D., WHITLEY, E., DEARY, I.J., GALE, C R.TYLENIUS, P. RASMUSSEN, F. (2010). Psychosis alters association between IQ and future risk of attempted suicide : cohort study of 1,109,475 Swedish men. British Medical Journal, 340, [LIRE]
BATTY, G.D., KIVIMAKI, M., BELL, S., GALE, C.R., SHIPLEY, M., WHITLEY, E. & GUNNELL, D. (2018). Psychosocial characteristics as potential predictors of suicide in adults: An overview of the evidence with new results from prospective cohort studies. Translational Psychiatry, 8 (1), [PDF]
BAUM - BAUMAN - BAUMEISTER - BAUMRIND - BAVARDAGE - BAVELAS - BAYES - BAZERMAN - BE
Baudrillard Jean (Reims 1929-) : Philosophe post-moderniste et sociologue français.
BAUDRILLARD, J. (1968/96). Le système des objets / The system of objects. London : Verso.
BAUDRILLARD, J. (1988). La société de consommation, ses mythes, ses structures. Paris : Gallimard.
BAUDRILLARD, J. (2000). À l'ombre des majorités silencieuses. Paris : Éditeur Sens et Tonka.
BAUDRILLARD, J. (2000). De la conjuration des imbéciles. Paris : Éditeur Sens et Tonka.
BAUDRILLARD, J. (2001). La pensée radicale. Paris : Éditeur Sens et Tonka.
Bauer Ida : Voir Dora.
Baum
Andrew S. Baum William M. Baum
 
Baum Andrew S. (1948-2010) : Psychosociologue américain, spécialisé en médecine behaviorale et dans l'étude de la santé. = Andy. Collaborateur de Cohen, Davison, Kessler, Singer et Valins.
BAUM, A. & SINGER, J.E. (Eds.) (1987). Handbook of psychology and health : Stress. Hillsdale, NJ : Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
BAUM, A., GRUNBERG, N.E. & SINGER, J.E. (1992). Biochemical measurements in the study of emotion. Psychological Science, 3 (1), 56-60.
BAUM, A., GATCHEL, R.J. & KRANTZ, D.S. (1997). Introduction to health psychology. New York : McGraw-Hill.
BAUM, A. FRIEDMAN, A.L. & ZAKOWSKI, S.G. (1997). Stress and genetic testing for disease risk. Health Psychology, 16 (1), 8-19.
BAUM, A., REVENSON, T. & SINGER, J.E. (Eds.) (2001). The handbook of health psychology. Mahwah, NJ : Erlbaum.
 
GATCHEL, R.J. (2011). Andrew S. Baum (1948-2010) : Obituary. American Psychologist, 66 (3), 230.
Baum William M. ( ) : Psychologue béhavioriste américain. Il s'intéresse notamment aux comportements de choix et à la loi d'appariement. Collaborateur de Davison, Nevin et Rachlin.
BAUM, W.M. (1973). The correlation-based law of effect. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 20 (1), 137-153. [PDF]
BAUM, W.M. (1974). On two types of deviation from the matching law : Bias and undermatching. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 22 (1), 231-242. [PDF]
BAUM, W.M. (1979). Matching, undermatching, and overmatching in studies of choice. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 32 (2), 269-281. [PDF]
BAUM, W.M. (1995). Rules, culture, and fitness. The Behavior Analyst, 18 (1), 1-21. [PDF]
BAUM, W.M. (2011). Evasion, private events, and pragmatism : a reply to Moore’s response to my review of conceptual foundations of radical behaviorism. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 95 (1), 141-144. [PDF]
Bauman Zygmunt (Pozan Pologne 1925-2016 Leeds) : Sociologue socioconstructiviste anglais d'origine polonaise. Il s'est notamment intéressé à la télé-réalité et à la modernité.
BAUMAN, Z. (1976). Socialism : The active utopia. New York : Holmes and Meier Publishers.
BAUMAN, Z. (1988). Work, consumerism and the new poor. Philadelphia : Open University Press.
BAUMAN, Z. (2001). The individualized society. Cambridge : Polity.
BAUMAN, Z. (2005/06). Liquidl Life / Vie liquide. Cambridge : Polity/Le Rouergue-Chambon.
BAUMAN, Z. (2007/08). Consuming Life / S'acheter une vie. Cambridge : Polity/Chambon.
Baumeister
Alan A. Baumeister Roy F. Baumeister
 
Baumeister Alan A. ( ) : Neurosychologue américain. Il s'intéresse notamment à l'automutilation et à la schizophrénie.
BAUMEISTER, A.A. & FOREHAND, R. (1972). Effects of contingent shock and verbal command on body rocking of retardates. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 28, 586-590.
BAUMEISTER, A.A.& HAWKINS, M.F. (2001). Incoherence of neuroimaging studies of attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Clinical Neuropharmacology, 24, 2-10. [PDF]
BAUMEISTER, A.A. & FRANCIS, J. (2002). Historical development of the dopamine hypothesis of schizophrenia, Journal of the History of the Neurosciences, 11 (3), 265-277. [PDF]
BAUMEISTER, A.A. & HAWKINS, M.F. (2004). The serotonin hypothesis of schizophrenia. A historical case study on the heuristic value of theory in clinical neuroscience. Journal of the History of the Neurosciences, 13, 289-303. [PDF]
BAUMEISTER, A.A. (2006). Serendipity and the cerebral localization of pleasure. Journal of the History of the Neurosciences, 15, 92-98. [PDF]
Baumeister Roy F. ( ) : Psychosociologue américain, spécialisé dans l'étude du soi, de l'estime de soi et du contrôle de soi. Il s'intéresse également au libre-arbitre et aux effets de la pression sociale (craquer) et de l'exclusion. Étudiant de Jones. Professeur de Twenge. Collaborateur de Bushman, Leary et Vohs.
BAUMEISTER, R.F., SHAPIRO, J.P. & TICE, D.M. (1985). Two kinds of identity crisis. Journal of Personahty, 53 (3), 407-424. [PDF]
BAUMEISTER, R.F. & LEARY, M.R. (1995). The need to belong : Desire for interpersonal attachments as a fundamental human motivation. Psychological Bulletin, 117, 497-529. [PDF]
BAUMEISTER, R.F., SMART, L. & BODEN, J.M. (1996). Relation of threatened egotism to violence and aggression : the dark side of self-esteem. Psychological Review, 103, 5-33. [PDF]
BAUMEISTER, R.F (2008). Free will in scientific psychology. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 3 (1), 14-19. [PDF]
BAUMEISTER, R.F., MASICAMPO, E.J. & VOHS, K.D. (2011). Do conscious thoughts cause behavior ? The Annual Review of Psychology, 62, 331-361. [PDF]
Baumrind Diana (New York 1927-) : Psychologue américaine, spécialisée dans l'étude du développement, et plus particulièrement à la relation enfant-parents. Elle s'est également intéressée aux styles parentaux et à la maltraitance. = Diana Blumberg.
BAUMRIND, D. (1964). Some thoughts on ethics of research : After reading Milgram's "Behavioral study of obedience". American Psychologist, 19, 421-423.
BAUMRIND, D. (1966). Effects of authoritative parental control on child behavior. Child Development, 37 (4), 887-907. [PDF]
BAUMRIND, D. (1967). Child care practices anteceding three patterns of preschool behavior. Genetic Psychology Monographs, 75 (1), 43-88.
BAUMRIND, D. (1970). Socialization and instrumental competence in young children. Young Children, 26 (2), 104-119.
BAUMRIND, D. (1971). Harmonious parents and their preschool children. Developmental Psychology, 4 (1), 99-102.
 
GERSHOFF, E.T. (2002). Corporal punishment, physical abuse, and the burden of proof: Reply to Baumrind, Larzelere, and Cowan (2002), Holden (2002), and Parke (2002). Psychological Bulletin, 128,‎ 602-611
Bavardage : Échange de propos sans intérêt dont la véracité est soit difficile à vérifier, soit sans fondement, quand ce n'est pas carrément futiles. S'il s'amplifie, le bavardage peut se transformer en rumeur. Bavardage et rumeur. = placotage, ragots. Gossip, small talk.

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STIRLING, R.B. (1956). Some psychological mechanisms operative in gossip. Social Forces, 34, 262-267.  
ROSENBAUM, J.B. & SUBRIN, M. (1963). The psychology of gossip. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 11, 817-831.  
GLUCKMAN, M. (1963). Gossip and scandal. Current Anthropology, 4, 307-316. KURLAND, N. B. & PELLED, L.H. (2000). Passing the word : Toward a model of gossip and power in the workplace. Academy of Management. The Academy of Management Review, 25 (2), 428-438.
SZWED, J.F. (1966). Gossip, drinking, and social control : Consensus and communication in a New- foundland parish. Ethnology, 5, 434-441.  
PAINE, R. (1967). What is gossip about ? An alternate hypothesis. Man: The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 2, 278-285.  
HANNERZ, U. (1967). Gossip, networks and culture in a black american ghetto. Ethnos 32(1-4), 35-60.  
ABRAHAMS, R.D. (1970). A performance-centered approach to gossip. Man, 5, 290-301. ROSNOW, R.L. (2001). Rumor and gossip in interpersonal interaction and beyond: A social exchange perspective. In R. Kowalski (Ed.), Behaving badly : Aversive behaviors in interpersonal relationships (pp. 203-232). Washington DC: American Psychological Association.
HANDELMAN, D. (1973). Gossip in encounters : The transmission of information in a bounded social setting. Man, 8, 210-227.  
WILSON, P. (1974). Filcher of good names : An enquiry into anthropology and gossip. Man, 9, 93-102.  
ROSNOW, R.L. & FINE, G. A. (1976). Rumor and gossip : The social psychology of hearsay. New York: Elsevier KUTTLER, A.F., PARKER, J.G. & LA GRECA, A.M. (2002). Developmental and gender differences in preadolescents' judgments of the veracity of gossip. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 48, 105-132.
MEDINI, G. & ROSENBERG, E.H. (1976). Gossip and psychotherapy. American Journal of Psychotherapy, 30, 452-462.  
RYSMAN, A. (1977). How the «gossip» became a woman. Journal of Communication, 27, 176-180.  
SULS, J.M. (1977). Gossip as social comparison. Journal of Communication, 27, 164-168.  
ROSNOW, R.L. (1977). Gossip and marketplace psychology. Journal of Communication, 27, 158-163. FOSTER, E.K. (2004). Research on gossip : Taxonomy, methods, and future directions. Review of General Psychology, 8 (2), 78-99.
YERKOVICH, S. (1977). Gossip as a way of speaking. Journal of Communication, 26, 192-196. WERT, S.R. & SALOVEY, P. (2004). A social comparison account of gossip. Review of General Psychology, 8, 122-137.
GILMORE, D. (1978). Varieties of gossip in a Spanish rural community. Ethnology, 17, 89-99.  
ROSNOW, R.L. & FINE G.A. (1978). Gossip, gossipers, gossiping. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin, 4, 161-168. DUNBAR, R.I.M. (2004). Gossip in an evolutionary perspective. Review of General Psychology, 8, 100-110. [PDF]
SPACKS, P.M. (1982). In praise of gossip. Hudson Review, 35, 19-38. WERT, S.R. & SALOVEY, P. (2004). Introduction to the special issue on gossip. Review of General Psychology, 8, 76-77.
LEVIN, J. & ARLUKE, A. (1985). An exploratory analysis of sex differences in gossip. Sex Roles, 12, 281-286. FOSTER, E.K. (2004). Research on gossip : Taxonomy, methods, and future directions. Review of General Psychology, 8 (2), 78-99. [PDF]
ROSNOW, R.L. & GEORGOUDI, M. (1985). "Killed by idle gossip" : The psychology of small talk. In B. Rubin (Ed.), When information counts : Grading the media (pp. 59-73). Lexington, MA : Lexington Books/D. C. Heath. BAUMEISTER, R.F., ZHANG, L. & VOHS, K.D. (2004). Gossip as cultural learning. Review of General Psychology, 8, 111-121.
LEVIN, J., & ARLUKE, A. (1987). Gossip : The Inside Scoop. New York : Plenum Press. HAFEN, S. (2004). ORGANIZATIONAL GOSSIP: A revolving door of regulation and resistance. The Southern Communication Journal, 69 (3), 223-240.
COATES, J. (1988). Gossip revisited : Language in all- female groups. In J. Coates & D. Cameron (Eds.), Women in their speech communities : New perspectives on language and sex (pp. 94-122). London : Longman. WERT, S.R. & SALOVEY, P. (2004). A social comparison account of gossip. Review of General Psychology, 8, 122-137.
GELLES, E.B. (1989). Gossip : An eighteenth-century case. Journal of Social History, 22, 667-683.  
BROWN, E.B. (1990). Motley moments : Soap operas, carnival, gossip and the power of the utterance. In M.E. Brown (Ed.), Television and women's culture : The politics of the popular (pp. 183-198). London : Sage.  
EDER, D. & ENKE, J.L. (1991). The structure of gossip: Opportunities and constraints on collective expression among adolescents. American Sociological Review, 56, 494-508.  
DUNBAR, R.I.M. (1992). Why gossip is good for you. New Scientist, 136, 28-31.  
NOON, M. & DELDRIDGE, R. (1993). News from behind my hand : Gossip in organizations. Organization Studies, 14, 23-36.  
NEVO, O., NEVO, B. & DERECH ZAHAVI, A. (1993). The development of the Tendency to Gossip Questionnaire : Construct and concurrent validation for a sample of Israeli college students. Educational & Psychological Measurement, 53, 973-981.  
AYIM, M. (1994). Knowledge through the grapevine : Gossip as inquiry. In R.F. Goodman & A. Ben-Ze'ev (Eds.), Good gossip (pp. 85-99). Lawrence : University Press of Kansas.  
SCHEMAN, F. (1994). Gossip and privacy. In R. F. Goodman & A. Ben-Ze’ev (Eds.), Good gossip (pp. 72- 82). Lawrence : University Press of Kansas.  
JAEGER, M. E., SKLEDER, A.A., RIND, B. & ROSNOW, R L. (1994). Gossip, gossipers, gossipees. In R.F. Goodman & A. Ben-Ze’ev (Eds.), Good gossip (pp. 154-168). Lawrence : University Press of Kansas.  
GOODMAN, R.F. & BEN-ZE'EV, A. (1994). Good gossip. Lawrence, KS : University Press of Kansas. ROSNOW, R.L. & FOSTER, E.K. (2005). Rumor and gossip research. Psychological Science Agenda, 19 (4), 1-4. [PDF]
BEN-ZE'EV, A. (1994). The vindication of gossip. In R.F Goodman & A. Ben-Ze'ev (Eds.), Good Gossip (pp. 11-24). Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas Press HALLETT, T., HARGER, B. & EDER, D. (2009). Gossip at work : Unsanctioned evaluative talk in formal school meetings. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 38(5), 584.
EMLER, N. (1994). Gossip, reputation and social adaption. In R. F. Goodman & A. Ben-Ze’ev (Eds.), Good gossip (pp. 119-140). Lawrence: University Press of Kansas.  
HARRINGTON, C.L. & BIELBY, D.D. (1995). Where did you hear that ? Technology and the social organization of gossip. Sociological Quarterly, 36, 607-628.  
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DUNBAR, R. (1996). Grooming, gossip and the evolution of language. London : Faber & Faber MITRA, T. & GILBERT, E. (2012). Have you heard ? : How gossip flows through workplace email. ICWSM, The AAAI Press, 242-249.
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JAEGER, M.E., SKELDER, A.A. & ROSNOW, R.L. (1998). Who's up on the low down : Gossip in interpersonal relations. In B.H. Spitzberg (Ed.), The dark side of close relationships (pp. 103-117). Mahwah, NJ : Erlbaum. CHUA, S.V. & UY, J. (2014). The psychological anatomy of gossip. American Journal of Management 14 (3), 64-69. [PDF]
Voir aussi Rumeur
Bavelas Janet B. (1940-) : Psychologue canadienne, spécialiste de la communication non-verbale et de la gestuelle. = Janet Beavin-Bavelas. Collaboratrice de Jackson et Watzlawick.
WATZLAWICK, P. & BEAVIN-BAVELAS, J.B. (1967). Some formal aspects of communication. American Behavioral Scientist, 10 (8), 4-8.
WATZLAWICK, P., BEAVIN-BAVELAS, J.B. & JACKSON, D.D. (1967/72). Pragmatics of human communication. A study of interactional patterns, pathologies, and paradoxes. / Une logique de la communication. New York : Norton /Paris : Seuil.
BAVELAS, J.B. (1978). Personality : Current theory and research. Monterey, California : Brooks/Cole.
BAVELAS, J.B., BLACK, A., CHOVIL, N. & MULLETT, J. (1990). Truths, lies, and equivocations : The effects of conflicting goals on discourse. Journal of Language & Social Psychology, 9, 129-155.
BAVELAS, J.B. (1994). Gestures as part of speech : Methodological implications. Research on Language & Social Interaction, 27, 201-221.
Bavelier Daphné ( ) : Neurocogniviste française et spécialiste de l'étude des jeux vidéo. Collaboratrice de Green et Mayer.

BAVELIER, D. & POTTER, M. (1992). Visual and phonological codes in repetition blindness. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Human Perception & Performance, 18, 134-147. [PDF]
BAVELIER, D., DERUELLE, C. & PROKSCH, J. (2000). Positive and negative compatibility effects. Perception & Psychophysics, 62 (1), 100-112. [PDF]
BAVELIER, D., ACHTMAN, R.A., MANI, M. & FÖCKER, J. (2011). Neural bases of selective attention in action video game players. Vision Research, 61, 132-143. [PDF]
BAVELIER, D. & GREEN, C.S. SCHRATER, P. & POUGET, A. (2012). Brain plasticity through the life span : Learning to learn and action video games. Annual Reviews of Neuroscience, 35, 391-416. [PDF]
BAVELIER, D., GREEN, C.S. & SEIDENBERG, M.S. (2013). Cognitive development : Gaming your way out of dyslexia ? Current Biology, 23 (7), 282-283. [PDF]
Bayer Shirley A. ( ) : Biologiste américaine et spécialiste de l'étude de la neurogénèse postnatale. Collaboratrice de Altman.

BAYER, S.A. (1980). Development of the hippocampal region in the rat II. Morphogenesis during embryonic and early postnatal life. The Journal of Comparative Neurology, 190, 115-134. [PDF]
BAYER, S.A., YACKEL, J.W. & PURI, P.S. (1982). Neurons in the rat dentate gyrus granular layer substantially increase during juvenile and adult life. Science, 216, 890-892. [PDF]
BAYER, S.A. (1984). Neurogenesis in the rat neostriatum. International journal of developmental neuroscience, 2 (2), 163-175.
 BAYER, S.A., WILLS, K.V., TRIARHOU, C.L. & GHETTI, B. (1995). Time of neuron origin and gradients of neurogenesis in midbrain dopaminergic neurons in the mouse. Experimental Brain Research, 105 (2), 191-199.
 BAYER, S.A. & ALTMAN, J. (2004). Development of the preoptic area : Time and site of origin, migratory routes, and settling patterns of its neurons. The Journal of Comparative Neurology, 265 (1), 65-95.
Bayes Thomas (Londres 1702-1761 Tunbridge Wells Kent) : Mathématicien, statisticien et pasteur anglais. Il a formulé un théorème qui porte son nom (théorème de Bayes), duquel plusieurs modèles en psychologie se sont inspirés.
BAYES, T. (1763-64/1988). Philosophical transactions/Essai en vue de résoudre un problème de la doctrine des chances. Cahiers d'histoire et de philosophie des science, 18.
 
 
 
BARNARD, G.A. (1958). Thomas Bayes - A biographical note. Biometrika, 45, 293-295.
Bailey/Bayley
Jon S. Bailey Michael John Bailey Nancy Bayley
Marian Breland Bailey Robert E. Bailey  
 
Bayley Nancy (Dalles 1899-1994 Carmel) : Psychologue américaine et spécialiste de l'étude du développement cognitif. Elle a inventé un test qui mesure le développement moteur, verbal et cognitif des jeunes enfants (Bayley Scales of Infant Development). Étudiante de Guthrie.
BAYLEY, N. (1926). Performance tests for three-, four-, and five-year-old children. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 33, 435-454.
BAYLEY, N. (1933). Mental growth during the first three years: A developmental study of sixty-one children by repeated tests. Genetic Psychology Monographs, 14, 1-92.
BAYLEY, N. (1955). On the growth of intelligence. American Psychologist, 10, 805-818.
BAYLEY, N. (1956). Implicit and explicit values in science as related to human growth and development. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 2, 121-126.
BAYLEY, N. (1969/93/2005). Bayley Scales of Infant Development. New York : Psychological Corp.
 
LIPSITT, L.P. & EICHORN, D.H. (1990). Nancy Bayley (1899 - ). In A.N. O'Connell & N.F. Russo (Eds.). Women in Psychology : A bio-bibliographic sourcebook (pp. 23-29). New York : Greenwood Press.
ROSENBLITH, J.F. (1992). A singular career : Nancy Bayley. Developmental Psychology, 28, 747-758.
Bazeley Patricia Ann ( ) : Psychologue australienne et spécialiste des méthodes mixtes.
BAZELEY, P. (2002). Issues in mixing qualitative and quantitative approaches to research. In R. Buber, J. Gadner & L. Richards (Eds.), Applying qualitative methods to marketing management research (pp. 141-156). UK : Palgrave Macmillan. [PDF]
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BAZELEY, P. (2006). The contribution of computer software to integrating qualitative and quantitative data analyses. Research in the Schools, 13 (1), 64-74. [PDF]
BAZELEY, P. (2009). Analysing qualitative data : More Than "identifying themes". Malaysian Journal of Qualitative Research, 2, 6-22. [PDF]
BAZELEY, P. (2009). Mixed methods data analysis. In S. Andrew & E.J. Halcomb (Eds.), Mixed methods research for nursing and the health sciences (pp. 84-118). Chichester, UK : Wiley-Blackwell.
Bazerman Max H. ( ) : Psychologue organisationnel américain, spécialisé dans l'étude de la négociation et de la prise de décision.
 BAZERMAN, M.H. & SAMUELSON, W.F. (1983). I won the auction but don't want the prize. The Journal of Conflict Resolution, 27 (4), 618-634. [PDF]
 BAZERMAN, M.H. (1984). Negotiator judgment : A critical look at the rationality assumption. American Behavioral Scientist, 27 (2), 211-228.
 BAZERMAN, M.H. (1984). The relevance of Kahneman and Tversky's concept of framing to organizational behavior. Journal of Management, 10, 333-343.
 BAZERMAN, M.H. & TENBRUNSEL, A.E. (1998). The role of social context on decisions : Integrating social cognition and behavioral decision research. Basic & Applied Social Psychology, 20, 87-91.
 BAZERMAN, M.H. (2001). The study of "real" decision making. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 14, 353-355.
BEACH - BEAUGRAND - BEAUTÉ - BEC - BECHTEREV - BECK - BECKER - BÉGAIEMENT - BEH - BÉHAVIORISME - BEL
Beach
Frank Ambrose Beach Steven R.H. Beach
 
Beach Frank Ambrose (Emporia 1911-1988 Berkeley) : Psychobiologue américain. Il milite en faveur d'une psychologie expérimentale et comparative (comparaison entre les humains et les animaux).
BEACH, F.A. & JAYNES, J. (1956). Studies of maternal retrieving in rats I : Recognition of young. Journal of Mammalology, 37, 170-180.
BEACH, F.A. & JAYNES, J. (1956). Studies of maternal retrieving in rats. II : Effects of practice and previous parturitions. American Naturalist, 90, 103-109.
BEACH, F.A. & JAYNES, J. (1956). Studies of maternal retrieving in the rat. III. Sensory cues. Behaviour, 10, 104-125.
BEACH, F.A. & JORDAN, L. (1956). Sexual exhaustion and recovery in the male rat. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 8, 121-133.
BEACH, F.A. (1957). Learning and instinct. Nature, 179, 387-389.
 
GLICKMAN, S.E. & ZUCKER, I. (1989). Obituary : Frank A. Beach (1911-1988). American Psychologist, 44 (9), 1234-1235.
DEWSBURY, D.A. (1998). The Chicago Five : A family group of integrative psychobiologists. History of Psychology, 5 (1), 16-37.
DEWSBURY, D.A. (2000). Frank A. Beach, master teacher. In G.A. Kimble and M. Wertheimer (Eds.), Portraits of pioneers in psychology (Vol. 4, pp. 268-283). Washington, DC : American Psychological Association.
Beach Steven R.H. ( ) : Psychologue cognitivo-béhavioriste, spécialisé dans la thérapie de couple et l'étude de la dépression. Collaborateur de Finchman et O'leary.
FINCHAM, F.D. & BEACH, S.R. (1999). Conflict in marriage : Implications for working with couples. Annual Review of Psychology, 50, 47-77. [PDF]
BEACH, S.R.H., FINCHAM, F.D., HURT, T.R., MCNAIR, L.M. & STANLEY, S.M. (2008). Prayer and marital intervention : A conceptual framework. Journal of Social & Clinical Psychology, 27, 641-669.
BEACH, S.R.H., FINCHAM, F.D., HURT, T.R., MCNAIR, L.M., STANLEY, S.M. (2008). Prayer and mar- ital intervention : Toward an open, empirically- grounded dialogue. Journal of Social & Clinical Psychology, 27, 693-710.
BEACH, S.R.H., HURT, T.R., FINCHAM, F.D., KAMERON J. FRANKLIN, K.J., MCNAIR, L.M., STANLEY, S.M. (2011). Enhancing marital enrichment through spirituality : Efficacy data for prayer focused relationship enhancement. Psychology of Religion & Spirituality, 3, 201-216. [PDF]
BEACH, S.R.H. & WHISMAN, M.A. (2012). Affective disorders. Journal of Marital & Family Therapy, 38 (1), 201-219.
Bear George G. ( ) : Psychologue américain et spécialiste de l'éducation, notamment de la discipline et de la gestion de classe. Collaborateur de Izard.
BEAR, G.G. & RICHARDS, H.C. (1980). Use of an interdependent group-oriented contingency system in improving academic grades. School Psychology Review, 9, 190-193.
BEAR, G.G. (1998). School discipline in America: Strategies for prevention, correction, and long-term development. School Psychology Review, 27, 14-32.
BEAR, G.G. (2006). School psychology in the United States: Implications for Japan. Annual Reports of Educational Psychology in Japan, 45, 3-7.
BEAR, G.G. (2013). Teacher resistance to frequent rewards and praise: Lack of skill or a wise decision? Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation, 23, 318-340.
BEAR, G.G., YANG, C., & PASIPANODYA, E. (2015). Assessing school climate: Validation of a brief measure of the perceptions of parents. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 32, 115-129.
Beauchesne Line ( ) : Criminologue québécoise et spécialiste de l'usage des drogues.
BEAUCHESNE, L. (1985). Prévenir l'abus des drogues chez les jeunes. Les lois sont-elles efficaces ? Psychotropes, 2 (2), 7-14.
BEAUCHESNE, L. (1991). Social morality and the civil rights of Canada drug users, Journal on Drug Issues, 21 (1), 165-182.
BEAUCHESNE, L. (1997). Les programmes de prévention d'abus des drogues en milieu scolaire, Les cahiers de prospective Jeunesse, 2 (3), 23-26.
BEAUCHESNE, L. (2002). Marché noir et répression du crime. L'intervenant, 9 (3), 38-41.
BEAUCHESNE, L. (2007). Une légalisation des drogues inscrite en promotion de la santé : les conditions. Criminologie, 40 (1), 135-154.
Beaudet Pierre ( ) : Sociologue québécois et professeur de développement international à l'Université d'Ottawa. Co-fondateur des Nouveaux Cahiers du Socialisme (avec Boudreau, Cyr, Martin et Poulin). Collaborateur de Cyr et Poulin.
BEAUDET, P. (1996). Maintenant que nous sommes libres : entretiens sur l'Afrique du Sud post-apartheid. Paris/Montréal : Harmattan.
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BEAUDET, P. (2009). Qui aide qui ? Une brève histoire de la solidarité internationale au Québec. Montréal : Boréal.
BEAUDET, P., CANET, R. et MASSICOTTE, M.-J. (Dirs.) (2010). L'altermondialisme : forums sociaux, résistances et nouvelle culture politique. Montréal : Écosociété.
   
Beaugrand Jacques (Acton Vale-) : Psychologue évolutionniste, éthologiste et méthodologiste québécois. Professeur (à la retraite) de l'UQÀM. Il s'intéresse aux comportements de dominance des poules et des poissons, notamment le Xiphophorus helleri, ainsi qu'à la méthodologie et à l'épistémologie. Il est aussi concepteur et webmestre du site de la Société Québécoise pour l'Étude Biologique du Comportement (SQEBC) et d'un site sur le vocabulaire de la méthodologie. Professeur de Caron, Cotnoir et Goulet. Collaborateur de Bégin, Proulx et Zayan.
BEAUGRAND, J.P. & ZAYAN, R. (1985). An experimental model of aggressive dominance in Xiphophorus helleri (Pisces, Poeciliidae). Behavioural Processes, 10, 1-52.
BEAUGRAND, J.P. & ZAYAN, R. (1986). Outline of an experimental model on aggressive dominance in green swortail fishes (Xiphophorus helleri). In R. Zayan & P.W. Colgan (Eds.), Quantitative models in ethology (pp. 9-23). Toulouse : Privat.
COTNOIR, P.A., BEAUGRAND, J.P. et GOULET, C. (1986). Des différences liées au sexe dans les stratégies de répartition spatiale chez des poissons Porte-épée (Xiphophorus helleri) maintenus en captivité. Naturaliste Canadien (Rev. Écol. Syst.), 113, 257-262.
BEAUGRAND, J. (1988). Démarche scientifique et cycle de la recherche. Dans M. Robert (Dir.), Fondements et étapes de la recherche scientifique en psychologie (p. 1-34). St-Hyacinthe : Édisem.
BEAUGRAND, J.P., GOULET, C. & PAYETTE, D. (1991). Outcome of dyadic conflict in male green swordtail fish (Xiphophorus helleri) : Effects of body size and prior dominance. Animal Behaviour, 41, 187-194.
Beaunis Henri Étienne (1830-1921) : Physiologiste et psychologue français, connu pour ses travaux sur l'hypnose. En 1889, il fonde à la Sorbonne le premier laboratoire de psychologie français et, quelques années plus tard, en en 1894, la revue L'Année Psychologique, avec Binet. Étudiant de Bernheim. Collaborateur Binet.
BEAUNIS, H.E. (1856). De l'habitude en général.
BEAUNIS, H.E. (1885). L'expérimentation en psychologie par le somnambulisme provoqué. Revue Philosophique, 20, 1-36/113-115.
BEAUNIS, H.E. (1888). Recherches sur la mémoire des sensations musculaires. Revue Philosophique , 25, 569-574
BEAUNIS, H.E. (1889). Les sensations internes. Paris : Félix Alcan.
BEAUNIS, H.E. (1903). Contribution à la psychologie du rêve. American Journal of Psychology, 14, 271-287.
Beauté : Ensemble de caractéristiques physiques naturelles (apparence), altérées (maquillage) ou artificielles (chirurgie plastique), qui suscite l'envie ou le désir d'autrui (attirance physique). La beauté est un facteur déterminant de l'attirance physique et du choix d'un partenaire. Beauté, cheveux et attraction interpersonnelle. Beauty.

Caractéristiques physiques
Cheveux Poids Taille/Épaule (Rapport)
Muscle Sourire Taille/Hanche (Rapport)
Nez Sein Yeux
Peau Silhouette  


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Voir aussi Cheveux, Visage, Beauté, Maquillage, Préférence sexuelle et Apparence physique
 
Beauvoir Simone de (Paris 1908-1986 Paris) : Écrivaine française et philosophe féministe et existentialiste. = Beauvoir.
DE BEAUVOIR, S (1949/72). Le deuxième sexe / The Second Sex. Paris : Gallimard/ Penguin.
 
 
 
 
Beauvois Jean-Léon ( ) : Psychosociologue français, spécialisé dans l'étude de la soumission et de la dissonance cognitive.Collaborateur de Dubois et Joule.
BEAUVOIS, J.-L. & JOULE, R.-V. (1981). Soumission et idéologies. Psychosociologie de la rationalisation. Paris : Presses Universitaires de France.
BEAUVOIS, J.-L. & DUBOIS, N. (1987). The norm of internality in the explanation of psychological events. European Journal of Social Psychology, 18, 299-316
BEAUVOIS, J.-L. & DUBOIS, N. (1992). Traits as evaluative categories. European Bulletin of Cognitive Psychology, 12, 253-270
BEAUVOIS, J.-L., BUNGERT, M. & MARIETTE, P. (1995). Forced compliance : commitment to compliance and commitment to activity. European Journal of Social Psychology, 25, 17-26
BEAUVOIS, J.-L. & DUBOIS, N. (2009). À propos d'une critique critiquable : quelques précisions sur la théorie de la norme d'internalite. Revue Internationale de Psychologie Sociale, 22 (2), 117-135. [PDF]
Bébé : Voir Nouveau-né ou Nourrisson.
Bebbington Paul E. ( ) : Psychologue cognitivo-béhavioriste anglais et spécialiste de l'étude de la dépression. Collaborateur de Der, Freeman et Garety.
BEBBINGTON, P.E., HURRY, J. & TENNANT, C. (1988). Adversity and the symptoms of depression. International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 34 (3), 163-171.
BEBBINGTON, P.E. & KUIPERS, E. (1994). The predictive utility of expressed emotion in schizophrenia : An aggregate analysis. Psychological Medicine, 24, 707-718.
BEBBINGTON, P.E. (1996). The origins of sex differences in depressive disorder : bridging the gap. International Review of Psychiatry, 8, 295-332.
BEBINGTON, P.E. (1998). Sex and depression. Psychological Medicine, 28, 1-8.
BEBBINGTON, P.E., DUNN, R., JENKINS, R. LEWIS, G., BRUGHA, T., FARRELL, M. & MELTZER, H. (2003). The influence of age and sex on the prevalence of depressive conditions: report from the National Survey of Psychiatric Morbidity. International Review of Psychiatry, 15 (1/2), 74-83.
Bech Per (1848-1952) : Psychiatre danois, spécialisée dans l'étude de la dépression, notamment de sa mesure. Collaborateur de Rush.
BECH, P., GRAM L.F., DEIN, E., JACOBSEN, O., VITGER, J. & BOLWIG, T.G. (1975). Quantitative rating of depressive states. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 51, 161-170.
BECH, P., ALLERUP, P., GRAM L.F., REISBY, N., ROSENBERG, R., JACONSEN, O. & NAGY, A. (1981). The Hamilton depression scale. Evaluation of objectivity using logistic models. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 63, 290-299.
BECH, P., HAABER, A. & JOYCE, C.R.B. (1986). Experiments on clinical observation and judgement in the assessment of depression : profiled videotapes and judgement analysis. Psychological Medicine, 16, 873-883.
BECH, P., ALLERUP, P., MAIER W, ALBUS M, LAVORI P, AYUSO J.L. (1992). The Hamilton scales and the Hopkins Symptom Checklist (SCL-90). A cross-national validity study in patients with panic disorders. British Journal of Psychiatry, 160, 206-211.
BECH, P., FAVA, M., TRIVEDI, M.H., WISNIEWSKI, S.R. & RUSH, A.J. (2011). Factor structure and dimensionality of the two depression scales in STAR*D using level 1 datasets. Journal of Affective Disorders, 132, 396-400.
Béchard Monique (1848-1952) : Féministe et première Québécoise à détenir un doctorat en psychologie au Québec.
BÉCHARD, M. (2003). Le cours classique pour les filles. Dans M. Dumont et L. Toupin (Dirs.), La pensée féministe au Québec. Remue Ménage.
 
 
 
 
Bécher (Épreuve du...) : Voir Épreuve de nage forcée. Forced-swimming test, behavioural despair test, Porsolt forced swimming test.
Bechtel William ( ) : Philosophe cognitiviste américain et connexioniste. = Bill Bechtel. Collaborateur de Craver, Graham et Richardson.
BECHTEL, W. & ABRAHAMSEN, A. (1991/93). Connectionism and the mind : an introduction to parallel processing in networks / Le connexionnisme et l'esprit : Introduction au traitement parallèle par reseaux. New York/Paris : Basil Blackwell/Éditions la Decouverte.
BECHTEL, W. (2005). The challenge of characterizing operations in the mechanisms underlying behavior. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 84 (3), 313- 325. [PDF]
BECHTEL, W. (2006). Discovering cell mechanisms : The creation of modern cell biology. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press.
BECHTEL, W. (2007). Mental mechanisms : Philosophical perspectives on the sciences of cognition and the brain. Mahwah, NJ : Erlbaum.
BECHTEL, W. (2013). The endogenously active brain : The need for an alternative cognitive architecture. Philosophia Scientiae, 17 (2), 3-30. [PDF]
Bechterev Vladimir Mikhaïlovitch (Sorali Russie 1857-1927 Moscou) : Physiologiste russe et précurseur du béhaviorisme. Ses travaux ont notamment porté sur le conditionnement répondant et la localisation corticale des fonctions motrices. En 1886, il fonde le premier laboratoire de psychologie en russie. = Bekhterev, Bechterew. Étudiant de Charcot, Fleichsig, Meynert et Westphal. Collaborateur de Du bois-Reymond, Flechsig et Wundt.
BECHTEREV, V.M. (1913). La psychologie objective. Paris : Alcan
BECHTEREV, V.M. (1928/1973). General principles of human reflexology. New York : Arno Press.
 
 
 
THOMAS, R.K. (2012). Bekhterev, V. M. In R.W. Rieber (Ed.), Encyclopedia of the history of psychological theories (Part 2: 110-112). New York : Springer-Verlag.
Beck
Aaron Temkin Beck Judith S. Beck Ulrich Beck
 
Beck Aaron Temkin (1921-) : Médecin, psychiatre et cognitiviste américain, spécialisé dans l'étude de la dépression. Inventeur de tests, notamment du Beck Depression Inventory et du Beck Anxiety Inventory. Il a également proposé une théorie pour expliquer la dépression (triade cognitive de la dépression). Professeur de Clark. Collaborateur de Beck, Henriques et Rush.
BECK, A.T. (1967). Depression : Causes and treatment. Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press.
BECK, A.T. (1975). Cognitive therapy and the emotional disorders. International Universities Press Inc.
BECK, A.T. (1999). Prisoners of hate : The cognitive basis of anger, hostility and violence. New York : HarperCollins.
BECK, A.T., STEER, R.A. & GARBIN, M.G. (1988). Psychometric properties of the Beck Depression Inventory : 25 years of evaluation. Clinical Psychologist, 8, 77-100.
BECK, A.T. (2004). A cognitive model of schizophrenia. Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy, 18 (3), 281-288.
 
ROBINS, C.J. & BLOCK, P. (1989). Cognitive theories of depression viewed from a diathesis- stress perspective : Evaluation of the models of Beck and Abramson, Seligman & Teasdale. Cognitive Therapy & Research, 13 (4), 297-313.
Beck Judith S. ( ) : Psychologue et thérapeute cognitiviste américaine, spécialisée dans l'étude des régimes alimentaires et des conséquences psychologiques de la perte de poids. Collaboratrice de Beck.
BECK, J.S. (1995). Cognitive therapy : Basics and beyond. New York : Guilford. House Publications.
BECK, J.S. & BECK, A.T. (2001). Beck youth inventories of emotional and social impairment. Texas : The Psychological Corporation.
BECK, J.S. (2005). Cognitive therapy for challenging problems : What to do when the basics don’t work. New York : Guilford.
BECK, J.S. (2007). The Beck diet solution. Birmingham, AL : Oxmoor House Publications.
BECK, J.S. (2007). Beck diet solution weight loss workbook : The 6-week plan to train your brain to think like a thin person. Birmingham, AL : Oxmoor.
Beck Ulrich (Stolp, aujourd'hui Stupsk Pologne 1944-2015) : Sociologue allemand, spécialisé dans l'étude du risque et de l'individualisme.
BECK, U. (1998). Le conflit des deux modernités et la question de la disparition des solidarités : Liens personnels, liens collectifs. Lien social et politiques. Revue Internationale d'Action Communautaire, 39, 15-25.
BECK, U. (2001). La société du risque. Sur la voie d'une autre modernité. Paris : Éditions Aubier.
BECK, U. (2003). La société du risque globalisé revue sous l'angle de la menace terroriste. Cahiers Internationaux de Sociologie, 114 (1), 27-33. [PDF]
BECK, U. (2006). Qu'est-ce que le cosmopolitisme ? Paris : Éditions Aubier.
BECK, U. et GRANDE, E. (2006). Pour un empire européen. Paris : Éditions Flammarion.
Becker
Gary Stanley Becker Howard C. Becker Judith V. Becker
Franklin D. Becker Howard S. Becker Wesley C. Becker
 
Becker Gary Stanley (Pottsville 1930-) : Économiste américain et récipiendaire du Prix Nobel.
BECKER, G.S. (1958). Competition and democracy. Journal of Law & Economics, 1, 105-109.
BECKER, G.S. (1962). Irrational behavior and economic theory. Journal of Political Economy, 70, (1), 1-13.
BECKER, G.S. (1976). Altruism, egoism, and genetic fitness : Economics and sociobiology. Journal of Economic Literature, 14 (3), 817-826.
BECKER, G.S. (1979). Economic analysis and human behavior. In L. Levy-Garboua (Ed.), Sociological economics. Beverly Hills, CA : Sage.
BECKER, G.S. (1992). Fertility and the economy. Journal of Population Economics, 5 (3), 185-201.
Becker Franklin D. ( ) : Spécialiste de l'étude des milieux de travail et de leur aménagement.
BECKER, F.D. & POE, D.B. (1980). The effects of user-generated design modifications in a general hospital. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 4 (4), 195-218.
BECKER, F.D. (1981). Workspace : Creating environments in organizations. New York : Praeger.
BECKER, F.D. (2007). Organizational ecology and knowledge networks. California Management Review, 49 (2), 1-20. [PDF]
BECKER, F.D. SWEENEY, B & PARSONS, K. (2008). Ambulatory facility design and patients’ perceptions of healthcare quality. Health Environments Research & Design Journal, 1 (4), 35-54. [PDF]
BECKER, F.D. & DOUGLASS, S. (2008). The ecology of the patient visit. Physical attractiveness, waiting times, and perceived quality of care. The Journal of Ambulatory Care Management, 31 (2), 128-141. [PDF]
Becker Howard C. ( ) : Psychiatre américain et spécialiste de la consommation d'alcool et du stress.

BECKER, H.C. (2000). Animal models of alcohol withdrawal. Alcohol Research & Health, 24, 105-113. [PDF]
BECKER, H.C. & LOPEZ, M.F. (2004). Increased ethanol drinking after repeated chronic ethanol exposure and withdrawal experience in C57Bl/6 mice. Alcoholism : Clinical & Experimental Research, 28, 1829-1838
BECKER, H.C. (2009). Alcohol dependence, withdrawal and relapse. Alcohol Research & Health, 31, 348-361. [LIRE]
BECKER, H.C., LOPEZ, M.F. & DOREMUS-FITZWATER, T.L.L. (2011). Effects of stress on alcohol drinking : a review of animal studies. Psychopharmacology, 218 (1), 131-156. [PDF]
BECKER, H.C. (2012). Effects of alcohol dependence and withdrawal on stress responsiveness and alcohol consumption. Alcohol Research : Current Reviews, 34 (4), 448-458. [PDF]
Becker Howard S. (Chicago 1928-) : Sociologue et méthodologiste américain, père de la théorie de l'étiquettage (labelling theory), chef de file de l'interactionisme symbolique et théoricien de l'École de Chicago. Il se spécialise dans l'étude de la déviance et des comportements asociaux. Il s'intéresse également à l'observation participante. Étudiant de Blumer, Hughes et Park.
BECKER, H.S. & CARPER, J. (1956). The development of identification with an occupation. American Journal of Sociology, 61, 289-298.
BECKER, H.S. & CARPER, J. (1956). The elements of identification with an occupation. American Sociological Review, 21, 341-48.
BECKER, H.S. (1963). Outsiders : Studies in the sociology of deviance. New York : The Free Press.
BECKER, H.S. (1964). Personal change in adult life. Sociometry, 27, 40-53.
BECKER, H.S. (1967). History, culture and subjective experience : An exploration of the social bases or drug-induced experiences. Journal of Health & Social Behavior, 3, 163-176.
 
BURGESS, R.J. (Ed.) (1963). Howard Becker on education. Buckingham : Open University Press.
Becker Judith V. ( ) : Psychologue américaine, spécialisée dans l'étude et le traitement des jeunes agresseurs sexuels. Collaboratrice de Malamuth.
BECKER, J.V. & KAPLAN, M.S. (1988). The assessment of adolescent sexual offenders. Advances in Behavioral Assessments of Children & Families, 4, 97-118.
BECKER, J.V. & KAVOUSSI, R.J. (1989). Diagnosis and treatment of juvenile sex offenders. In R. Rosner & H.I. Schwartz (Eds.), Juvenile psychiatry and the law (pp. 133-143).
BECKER, J.V. (1990). Treating adolescent sexual offenders. Professional Psychology : Research & Practice, 21 (5), 362-365.
BECKER, J.V. & KAPLAN, M.S. (1993). Cognitive-behavioral treatment of the juvenile sex offender. In H.E. Barbaree, W.L. Marshall & S.M. Hudson (Eds.), The juvenile sex offender (pp. 264-277). New York : The Guilford Press.
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Becker Wesley C. (Rochester 1928-2000) : Psychopédagogue américain. Avec Engelmann, Il a développé une méthode d'enseignement scolaire - l'enseignement direct - qui se fondesur la répétition, le renforcement et l'organisation et le découpage systématique de la matière présentée en classe. Collaborateur de Carnine, Engelmann, Gersten et O'leary.
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Behavior Modification : Revue scientifique de psychologie clinique qui consacre ses pages à l'analyse fonctionnelle du comportement et aux techniques de modification du comportement. Éditeur : Sage.
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Behavior of organisms (The...) : Livre écrit par Skinner en 1938.

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Behaviorism : Revue scientifique qui consacre ses pages au béhaviorisme.

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Béhaviorisme/Béhavioriste :

Types de béhaviorisme
Béhaviorisme (classique) Béhaviorisme méthodologique Béhaviorisme réductiviste
Béhaviorisme émergentiste Béhaviorisme paradigmatique Béhaviorisme social
Béhaviorisme cognitiviste Béhaviorisme philosophique Néo-béhaviorisme
Béhaviorisme logique Béhaviorisme radical Psychologie interbéhaviorisme
Béhaviorisme intentionnel Béhaviorisme rationnel Behaviorologie
 

Béhaviorisme (classique) : Perspective psychologique qui a le comportement pour objet d'étude. Pour la plupart des béhavioristes, le milieu ou l'environnement est le principal déterminant du comportement; l'esprit, s'il existe, ne peut être considéré comme une cause du comportement car un phénomène immatériel (= esprit) ne peut influer sur un phénomène matériel et biologique (= comportement). = béhaviorisme classique, comportementalisme, analyse fonctionnelle du comportement, behaviourisme, science du comportement, école comportementale, école béhavioriste, approche béhavioriste, approche béhaviorale, la deuxième voie, la deuxième force, le comportementalisme. *psychologie comportementale ou béhaviorale. Béhaviorisme et thérapies béhavioristes. ( ): Voir tableau ci-haut. ( ): Ainslie, Amsel, Andronis, Appel, Armus, Arntzen, Axelrod, Ayllon, Azrin, Baer, Bailey, Bailey, Balsam, Bangasser, Barnes-Holmes, Barnes-Holmes, Baron, Barrett, Baum, Becheterev, Bélanger, Bem, Bentall, Berlyne, Bickle, Bijou, Binder, Blackman, Bloomfield, Boren, Borrero, Bouchard, Brady, Brechner, Breland, Breland, Burgess, Burgos, Byrne, Calkin, Cameron, Cançado, Carnine, Carr, Carr, Catania, Cataldo, Cautela, Cautilli, Cerutti, Charlop, Chiesa, Clark, Clayton, Coleman, Cumming, Davis, Davison, Day, Deitz, Derenne, Dews, Dickins, Dinsmoor, Dixon, Donahoe, Dorsey, Dougher, Drash, Dube, Dunlap, Dunn, Durand, Dymond, Egel, Eikeseth, Eifert, Eisenberger, Eldevik, Epling, Epstein, Epstein, Escobar, Fantino, Favell, Fawcett, Ferster, Fisher, Flora, Fontaine, Forsyth, Fraley, Furedy, Galizio, Galbicka, Gantt, Garon, Geller, Ghessi, Giroux, Glenn, Goetz, Goldiamond, Gollub, Grace, Green, Green, Greenspoon, Greenwood, Greer, Guerin, Guthrie, Hackenberg, Hagopian, Hall, Hanley, Hart, Harzem, Hearst, Heron, Higgins, Hilgard, Hineline, Holland, Holth, Houmanfar, Hull, Humphreys, Hursh, Ingham, Israel, Iversen, Iwata, Jacobson, James, Jason, Johansen, Johanson, Johnson, Kahng, Kamps, Kanfer, Kantor, Katz, Keller, Kelleher, Kern-Koegel, Killeen, Knutson, Koegel, Kohlenberg, Krantz, Kuo, Lacey, Lalli, Lamal, Lanovaz, Lanza, Laties, Lattal, Layng, Leblanc, Ledoux, Leigland, Lerman, Lindsley, Linscheid, Logue, Lowe, Lowenkron, Lubinski, MacDuff, Mace, Machado, Malone, Malott, Malott, Malcuit, March, Markham, Marr, Marx, Mattaini, Matthews, Malone, Mawhinney, Mazur, McComas, McClannahan, Mcdowell, Mcgee, McIlwane, McLaughlin, McSweeney, Mechner, Mellgren, Meyers, Meyerson, Michael, Miller, Miltenberger, Moore, Morris, Mulick, Murphree, Naville, Neef, Neuringer, Nevin, Ninness, Northup, Novak, Okouchi, Olds, O'leary, Palmer, Patel, Pavlov, Piazza, Pierce, Pelaez, Pennypacker, Podlesnik, Pomerleau, Péladeau, Pennypacker, Perone, Pilgrim, Pliskoff, Poling, Powell, Powell, Pryor, Rachlin, Rapp, Redmon, Reese, Reese, Rehfeldt, Repp, Reynolds, Richelle, Rincover, Ringdahl, Rolider, Roll, Rosen, Sagvolden, Salzinger, Saunders, Saville, Schaal, Sears, Schlinger, Schnaitter, Schnelle, Schoenfeld, Schuster, Schwartz, Shahan, Shapiro, Shimp, Shimoff, Smith, Snapper, Shore, Shors, Sidman, Siegel, Sigafoos, Skinner, Slocum, Smith, Smith, Sobell, Sobell, Spence, Staddon, Stemmer, Strain, Sulzer-Azaroff, Tarbox, Tatham, Théorêt, Thompson, Thyer, Timberlake, Tolman, Todd, Tonneau, Tourinho, Uhl, Van Houten, Vargas, Vargas, Vaughan, Verplank, Vollmer, Vorndran, Wanchisen, Ward, Watson, Weatherly, Weiner, Weiss, Weisman, Williams, Williams, Windholz, Winger, Winokur, Witts, Wolf, Wolpe, Woods, Woody, Woolverton, Wright, Wyatt, Wynne, Yerkes, Zarcone, Zeiler Zuriff, Zvolensky. Behaviorism, behaviourism, science of behavior, experimental analysis of behavior.

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BÉLANGER, J. (1978). Images et réalités du béhaviorisme. Philosophiques, 5 (1), 3-110. [PDF] Voir aussi Comportement
Béhaviorisme (Néo...) : Désigne tantôt les béhavioristes de la seconde vague (Skinner, Tolman, Hull, Guthrie, etc.) par opposition à la première vague (Watson, Thorndike, etc.), tantôt les premiers béhavioristes cognitivistes (Tolman, Bandura, etc.). Neo-behaviorism.

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STADDON, J. (2001). The new behaviorism : Mind, mechanism and society. Philadelphia, PA : Psychology Press.
Voir aussi Béhaviorisme
Béhaviorisme (Psychologie inter...) : Forme de psychologie élaborée par Kantor. Interbehavioral psychology, interbehaviorism.

  KANTOR, J.R. (1937). Interbehavioral psychology and the social sciences. Journal of Social Philosophy, 3, 39-53. DELPRATO, D.J. (2003). J.R. Kantor's interbehavioral psychology and humanism. The Psychological Record, 53, 3-14.
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Voir aussi Kantor et Béhaviorisme
Béhaviorisme cognitif : Perspective psychologique qui considère que : 1) l'objet d'étude de la psychologie est le comportement (d'où le terme béhaviorisme); 2) mais que l'explication de ces comportements réside essentiellement dans l'individu, sur le plan cognitif ou mental, plutôt que dans l'environnement, comme le propose le béhaviorisme, ou sur le plan biologique, comme le suggère la neuropsychologie. Pour certains historiens des sciences, le béhaviorisme cognitif n'est pas une perspective psychologique en soi, mais plutôt une forme intermédiaire entre deux grandes écoles de pensée, le béhaviorisme des années 40 et 50 et le cognitivisme américain qui a vu le jour au début des années 1960. Pour d'autres historiens, notamment les béhavioristes radicaux, cette forme de béhaviorisme est une version moderne et plus rigoureuse sur le plan méthodologique du mentalisme. Béhaviorisme-cognitif et thérapie comportementale et cognitive. = perspective de l'apprentissage sociale, cognitivo-béhaviorisme, cognitivisme social, cognitivisme-béhaviorial, behaviorisme cognitiviste, cognitivo-comportemental, école cognitivo-béhaviorale. *cognitivisme. ( ): Abramowitz, Alloy, Andersson, Anderrson, Antonuccio, Arntz, Atkins, Attwood, Baeyens, Balleine, Bandura, Barkley, Barlow, Bebbington, Behar, Beidel, Bem, Blanchard, Blount, Boelen, Bolles, Bootzin, Bouchard, Brannon, Bouton, Bussey, Cairns, Carroll, Chambless, Chamizo, Chorpita, Church, Clark, Cohen, Cole, Conelea, Cooper, Cossette, Cottraux, Craske, Deese, De Houwer, Devilliers, Dimidjian, Dobson, Domjan, Doob, Delamater, Dugas, Dupaul, Dupuis, D'zurilla, Edinger, Eelen, Ellis, Epsie, Estes, Fabiano, Fairburn, Flessner, Foa, Franklin, Freeman, Freeston, Frost, Frueh, Gagné, Gagnier, Garety, Gaudiano, Goldfried, Gottfredson, Galef, Gorman, Granger, Grilo,Hayes, Hayes, Henker, Heimberg, Heyes, Hickling, Himle, Hinshaw, Hoffman, Hofmann, Holland, Hollon, Hulse, Jessor, Jones, Kashdan, Kendall, Kendler, Kendler, Keuthen, Khanna, Kirsch, Knaus, Kornell, Kozak, Krasner, Langthorne, Lam, Lazarus, Le Ny, Lewinsohn, Linehan, Lohr, Lolordo, Luiselli, Lundh, Maccorqoudale, MacKintosh, Mahoney, Marchand, Marlatt, Marshall, Martell, Matson, Mayer, McCracken, Meehl, Meichenbaum, Metalsky, Meyer, Mcnally, McGill, Miiler, Miller, Mineka, Mischel, Mohr, Mond, Monestès, Morin, Munsch, Nathan, Nezu, Nezu, Nock, Nolen-Hoeksema, Norton, O'donohue, Olatunji, Ollendick, Öst, Patterson, Pelham, Perreault, Petry, Pleux, Premack, Premack, Rachman, Radomsky, Reese, Rescorla, Riskind, Roemer, Rosas, Rosch, Rosen, Rosenshine, Rotter, Rudski, Ruiz, Rush, Salkovskis, Segal, Seligman, Shafran, Solomon, Staats, Stebbins, Steketee, Stice, Stopa, Strosahl, Teasdale, Terrace, Tolin, Tolman, Tremblay, Turgeon, Ulrich, Urcuioli, Van Rillaer, Villatte, Vitaro, Vitousek, Vowles, Wagner, Waller, Walters, Wasserman, Watkins, Watson, Weiss, Whalen, Williams, Wilson, Woods, Young, Zentall, Zentall, Zettle, Zinbarg. Cognitive behaviorism, cognitive behaviorist approach.

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STAATS, A.W. (1985). Let's evaluate the behaviorisms in confronting cognitive-behavioral psychology's unity. The Cognitive Behaviorist, 7, 8-1. ZENTALL, T.R. (2002). A cognitive behaviorist approach to the study of animal behavior. The Journal of General Psychology, 129, 328-363.
  Voir aussi Thérapie comportementale et cognitive
BÉLANGER, J. (1978). Images et réalités du béhaviorisme. Philosophiques, 5 (1), 3-110. [PDF]
Béhaviorisme émergentiste : Emergent behaviorism.

  KILLEEN, P.R. (1984). Emergent behaviorism. Behaviorism, 12, 25-39.
Voir aussi Béhaviorisme
Béhaviorisme intentionnel :

  FOXALL, G.R. (2007). Intentional behaviorism. Behavior & Philosophy, 35, 1-55. [PDF]
Voir aussi Béhaviorisme
Béhaviorisme logique : Doctrine philosophique soutenue par Ryle, qui considère que toute proposition théorique doit être opérationnalisée, donc décrit en des termes observables. = béhaviorisme analytique, béhaviorisme non réductiviste, philosophie analytique.
  BÉLANGER, J. (1978). Images et réalités du béhaviorisme. Philosophiques, 5 (1), 3-110. [PDF] Voir aussi Ryle et Béhaviorisme
Béhaviorisme méthodologique : Doctrine béhavioriste anti-mentaliste inspirée du néo-positivisme, qui considère que la psychologie ne peut étudier la conscience ou les événements privés comme la pensée ou les sentiments, car ces phénomènes, par leur nature, échappe à l'observation et, partant, à la science. Pour les méthodologistes, si l'esprit existe, il ne peut être étudié scientifiquement = béhaviorisme philosophique. Methodological behaviorism.
  MOORE, J. (1981). On mentalism, methodological behaviorism, and radical behaviorism. Behaviorism, 9, 55-77.
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BÉLANGER, J. (1978). Images et réalités du béhaviorisme. Philosophiques, 5 (1), 3-110. [PDF] Voir aussi Béhaviorisme
Béhaviorisme paradigmatique : Forme de béhaviorisme développée par Staats qui vise à réconcilier les positions traditionnelles du béhaviorisme avec la conception mentaliste du cognitivisme et de la psychanalyse. *perspective de l'apprentissage social. = béhaviorisme paradigmatique. Paradigmatic behaviorism.

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Voir aussi Staats et Béhaviorisme
Béhaviorisme philosophique : Doctrine philosophique soutenue par Hempel. = béhaviorisme réductiviste.
  BÉLANGER, J. (1978). Images et réalités du béhaviorisme. Philosophiques, 5 (1), 3-110. [PDF] Voir aussi Hempel et Béhaviorisme
Béhaviorisme radical : Forme de béhaviorisme anti-mentaliste développée par Skinner. Les skinnériens nient l'existence de l'esprit ou, du moins, son influence sur le comportement. Ce sont des monistes matérialistes qui rejettent les concepts cognitifs pour expliquer le comportement, mais qui accordent un rôle explicatif aux comportements privés. Dans ce contexte, le qualificatif radical renvoie davantage aux mots racine et essentiel qu'aux mots total ou extrême. = béhaviorisme skinnérien, skinnérisme. Radical behaviorism, science of behavior.
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BÉLANGER, J. (1978). Images et réalités du béhaviorisme. Philosophiques, 5 (1), 3-110. [PDF] Voir aussi Béhavioriste, Anti-mentaliste et Skinner
Béhaviorisme rationnel :

  Voir aussi Béhaviorisme
Béhaviorisme réductiviste :

  Voir aussi Béhaviorisme

Béhaviorisme social :

  WOODWARD, W.R. (1982). The "discovery" of social behaviorism and social learning theory, 1870-1980. American Psychologist, 37, 396-410.
Voir aussi Béhaviorisme paradigmatique et Béhaviorisme
Behaviorologie : Forme de béhaviorisme qui se donne pour mandat d'étudier le comportement en suivant les principes philosophiques du béhaviorisme radical de Skinner. Behaviorology movement.
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Voir aussi Béhaviorisme
Behaviorology : Revue scientifique.

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Behaviour : Revue scientifique d'éthologie. Éditeur : Brill.
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Behaviour Analysis Letters : Revue scientifique d'éthologie. Éditeur :
EPSTEIN, R. & MEDALIE, S.D. (1983). The spontaneous use of a tool by a pigeon. Behaviour Analysis Letters, 3, 241-247.

Behaviour Change : Revue scientifique de modification du comportement. Éditeur : Australian Academic Press.
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Behaviour Research & Therapy (BRAT) : Revue scientifique de psychologie. Éditeur : Elsevier. = Behav Res Ther.
SOBELL, M.B. & SOBELL, L.C. (1973). Alcoholics treated by individualized behavior therapy : One year treatment outcome. Behaviour Research & Therapy, 11, 599-618.

Behaviour Research Methods : Revue scientifique de psychologie qui consacre ses pages à la méthode en psychologie. Anciennement Behavior Research Methods and Instrumentation et Behavior Research Methods, Instruments & Computers. Éditeur : Psychonomic Society.
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EPSTEIN, R. (1977). Device to facilitate pigeon weighing. Behavior Research Methods & Instrumentation, 9, 313.

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Behavioural Process : Revue scientifique en recherche animale (psychologie béhaviorale, cognitive et évolutive, éthologie, écologie, physiologie). Éditeur : Elsevier.
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Beidel Deborah Casamassa ( ) : Psychologue cognitivo-béhaviorale américaine, spécialisée dans l'étude et le traitement de la phobie sociale. Collaboratrice de Bellack, Frueh, Hersen et Turner.
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BELL - BELL CURVE - BELLACK - BELLEZZA - BELSKY - BEM - BENBOW - BENGIO - BENNIS - BENVENISTE - BENZODIAZÉPINE - BER
Bélanger
David Bélanger Jean Bélanger
 
Bélanger David (1921-2013) : Psychologue québécois, professeur à la retraite de l'Université de Montréal et membre fondateur de l'Ordre des psychologues du Québec. En 1996, il préside à l'organisation du XXVIe Congrès international de psychologie à Montréal.
 
 
 
MICHAUD, P. (2001). Rencontre avec... David Bélanger. Revue Québécoise de Psychologie, 22 (2), [PDF]
 
Bélanger Jean ( ) : Psychologue béhavioriste québécois, historien de la psychologie et professeur (à la retraite) de l'UQÀM. Il s'intéresse à la psychométrie, aux théories de la personnalité, à l'histoire de la psychologie et, plus particulièrement, au béhaviorisme. Il est aussi concepteur de site web pédagogique. Professeur de Théorêt.
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BÉLANGER, J. (1988). Réflexions sur le statut de la plainte et du problème. I. Les approches traditionnelles. Science et Comportement, 18, 69-97.
 
 
Belgique : Pays.

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Bélier : Animal de la classe des mammifères. Bélier, chèvre et mouton. Ram.

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Belin David ( ) : Neuropsychologue anglais, spécialisé dans l'étude des déterminants biogénétiques et de l'effet des drogues. Il s'intéresse également à la dépendance aux drogues. Collaborateur de Dickinson, Everitt, Piazza et Robbins
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Bell
Daniel Bell Paul A. Bell
 
Bell Daniel (New York 1919-2011) : Sociologue américain et spécialiste de l'étude des sociétés post-industrielles.
BELL, D. (1960). The end of ideology : On the exhaustion of political ideas in the fifties. Cambridge : Harvard University Press.
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Bell Paul A. ( ) : Psychosociologue américain et spécialiste de l'étude de la psychologie environementale, notamment des effets psychologique de la chaleur et du bruit. Collaborateur de Baron, Byrne, Edneyet Singh.
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Bell curve (The) : Livre controversé sur l'intelligence écrit par Herrnstein et Murray. Les conclusions de ce livre ont été appuyé par un groupe des 52 scientifiques. Bell curve et Mainstream Science on Intelligence.
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Bellack Alan S. ( ) : Psychologue béhavioriste américain, spécialisé dans l'étude et le traitemement des problèmes comportementaux (thérapie béhaviorale), notamment la schizophrénie. Collaborateur de Harvey, Hersen, Kadzin, Strober, Turner et Wixted.
BELLACK, A.S., HERSEN, M. & TURNER, S.M. (1976). Generalization effects of social skils training in chronic and schizophrenics : an experimental analysis. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 14, 391-398.
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Bellezza Francis S. ( ) : Psychologue cognitif américain, spécialisé dans l'étude des habiletés cognitives et du jugement. Collaborateur de Banaji et Greenwald.
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BELLEZZA, F.S., GREENWALD, A.G. & BANAJI, M.R. (1986), Words high and low in pleasantness as rated by male and female college students. Behavior Research Methods, Instruments & Computers, 18 (3), 299-303. [PDF]
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Belsky Jay ( ) : Psychologue écologiste américain, spécialisé dans l'étude des soins parentaux et de la maltraitance. Étudiant de Bronfenbrenner. Collaborateur de Fraley, Grossmann, Grossmmann, Shaver, Simpson, Volling et Youngblade.
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Béluga (Delphinapterus leucas) : Animal de la classe des mammifères (marins). Beluga.

  SMITH, T.G. (1985). Polar bears, Ursus maritimus, as predators of belugas, Delphinapterus leucas. The Canadian Field-Naturalist, 99, 71-75.
LOWRY, L.F., BURNS, J.J. & NELSON, R.R. (1987). Polar bear, Ursus maritimus, predation on belugas, Delphinapterus leucas, in the Bering and Chukchi seas. The Canadian Field-Naturalist, 101, 141-146.
SMITH, T.G. & SJARE, B. (1990). Predation of belugas and narwhals by polar bears in nearshore areas of the Canadian High Arctic. Arctic, 43, 99-102.
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Bem
Darryl J. Bem Sandra Ruth Lipsitz Bem
 
Bem Darryl J. (Denver 1938-) : Psychosociologue américain et auteur d'une théorie sur la perception de soi et le changement d'attitude. Il s'intéresse également à la sexualité et aux phénomènes parapsychologiques. Étudiant de Newcomb. Professeur de Snyder.
BEM, D.J. (1965). An experimental analysis of self-persuasion. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 1, 199-218.
BEM, D.J. (1972). Self-perception theory. In L. Berkowitz (Ed.), Advances in experimental social psychology (Vol. 6, pp. 1-62). New York : Academic Press.
BEM, D.J. (1992). On the uncommon wisdom of our lay personality theory. Psychological Inquiry, 3, 82-84.
BEM, D.J. & HONORTON, C. (1994). Does psi exist? Replicable evidence for an anamolous process of information transfer. Psychological Bulletin, 115, 4-18. [PDF] + [PDF]
BEM, D.J. (1996). Exotic becomes erotic : A developmental theory of sexual orientation. Psychological Review, 103, 320-335. [PDF]
 
LEBEL, E.P. & PETERS, K.R. (2011) Fearing the future of empirical psychology : Bem's (2011 evidence of Psi as a case study of deficiencies in modal research practice. Review of General Psychology, 15, 371-379.
ALCOCK, J.E. (2011). Back from the future: Parapsychology and the Bem affair. Skeptical Inquirer, [PDF]
RITCHIE, S., WISEMAN, R. & FRENCH, C. (2012). Failing the future: Three unsuccessful attempts to replicate Bem's retroactive facilitation of recall effect. PloS ONE, 7 (3), 1-5. [PDF]
Bem Lipsitz Sandra Ruth (Pittsburgh 1944-2014) : Psychologue cognitivo-béhavioriste et feministe américaine. Elle a étudié les stéréotypes sexuels, l'androgynie et l'identité sexuelle. Elle a également développé un inventaire de rôle sexuel, le Bem Sex Role Inventory (BSRI). = Sandra Lipsitz.
BEM, S.L. (1974). The measurement of psychological androgyny. Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology, 42, 155-162.
BEM, S.L. (1976). Sex typing and the avoidance of cross-sex behavior. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 33, 48.
BEM, S.L. (1976). Sex typing and androgyny : Further explorations of the expressive domain. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 34, 1016-1023.
BEM, S.L. (1981). The BSRI and gender schema theory : A reply to Spence and Helmreich. Psychological Review, 88 (3), 369-71.
BEM, S.L. (1981). Gender schema theory : A cognitive account of sex-typing. Psychological Review, 88, 354-364. [PDF]
 
GOLDEN, C. & McHUGH, M. (2015). Sandra Lipsitz Bem (1944-2014). American Psychologist, 70(3), 280.
Benbow Camilla Persson ( ) : Psychologue américaine, spécialisée dans l'étude de l'intelligence et des différences sexuelles. Étudiante de Stanley. Collaboratrice de Casey, Geary, Gibbons, Gur, Halpern, Hyde et Lubinski.
BENBOW, C.P. (1990). Sex differences in mathematical reasoning ability : Further thoughts. Behavior & Brain Sciences, 13, 196.
BENBOW, C.P. & LUBINSKI, D. (1993). Psychological profiles of the mathematically talented : Some sex differences and evidence supporting their biological basis. In Ciba Foundation Symposium (Ed.), The origins and development of high ability (Vol. 178, pp. 44-66). Oxford : John Wiley & Sons.
BENBOW, C.P. & LUBINSKI, D. (1994). Individual differences among the mathematically gifted : Their educational and vocational implications. In N. Colangelo, S.G. Assouline & D.L. Ambroson (Eds.), Talent development (Vol. 2, pp. 83-100). Dayton, OH : Ohio Psychology Press.
BENBOW, C.P. & STANLEY, J.C. (1996). Inequity in equity : How current educational equity policies place able students at risk. Psychology, Public Policy & Law, 2, 249-293. [PDF]
BENBOW, C.P., LUBINSKI D., SHEA, D.L. & EFTEKHARI-SANJANI, H. (2000). Sex differences in mathematical reasoning ability at age 13 : Their status 20 years later. Psychological Science, 11, 474-480. [PDF]
Benedict Ruth Fulton (New York 1887-1948) : Anthropologue américaine. Étudiante de Mead. Professeur de Weakland.
BENEDICT, R. (1934/1950). Patterns of culture / Échantillons de civilisations. Boston : Houghton Mifflin Co./Paris : Éditions Gallimard.
BENEDICT, R. (1940). Race : science and politics. New York : Modern Age.
BENEDICT, R. (1946). The chrysanthemum and the sword : Patterns of Japanese culture. Boston : Houghton Mifflin Co.
 
 
Bénéfice : Avantage que procure un objet, une situation, un comportement, un effet. /Inconvénient. Benefit.

  ROBINS, R.W. & BEER, J.S. (2001). Positive illusions about the self : Short-term benefits and long-term costs. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 80, 340-352.
WINETT, R.A. & CARPINELLI, R.N. (2001). Potential health-related benefits of resistance training. Preventive Medicine, 33, 503-513.
REIS, H.T., SMITH, S.M., CARMICHAEL, C.L., CAPRARIELLO, P.A., TSAI, F.F., RODRIGUES, A. & MANIACI, M.R. (2010). Are you happy for me ? How sharing positive events with others provides personal and interpersonal benefits. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 99 (2), 311-329.
Bénéfice de la maladie : Désigne les bénéfices qu'un malade tire de sa maladie, qu'elle soit d'origine organique ou psychologique, diagnostiquée ou imaginaire EX : soins, attention ou culpabilité des autres, pitié, etc.

 
Bénéfice du traitement : En recherche, un traitement psychologique est dit bénéfique si, en l'absence de ce traitement, les patients souffrent davantage (symptôme subjectif) ou présente davantage de symptômes objectifs (comportement, mesure physiologique, etc.) que le groupe qui reçoit le traitement. Cette mesure, par contraste négatif, est obtenue lorsqu'un chercheur compare le groupe expérimental, qui reçoit le traitement, au groupe placebo. En l'absence de groupe placebo, il est très difficile de mesurer les bénéfices d'un traitement car même si le patient se déclare guéri ou en voie de l'être, il est possible que cette guérisson/amélioration ne soit pas dû au traitement comme tel, mais à d'autres facteurs qui échappent à l'analyse (guérisson naturelle ou spontanée). En d'autres termes, la guérisson du patient ou la diminution de ses symptômes est une condition nécessaire mais non suffisante pour déclarer qu'un traitement est bénéfique.

 
Bénévolat/Bénévole : *volontariat. Volunteer.

  SMITH, D.H. (1981). Altruism, volunteers and volunteering. Journal of Voluntary Action Research 10, 21-36.
AUSLANDER, G. & LITWIN, H. (1988). Sociability and Patterns of Participation. Journal of Voluntary Action Research 17, 25-37.
LATTING, J.L. (1990). Motivational differences between Black and White Volunteers. Nonprofit & Voluntary Sector Quarterly 19, 121-136.
HAYGHE, H. (1991). Volunteers in the U.S.: Who donates the time ? Monthly Labor Review 114, 16-24.
CNAAN, R., KASTERNAKIS, A. & WINEBERG, R. (1993). Religious people, religious congregations, and volunteerism in human services : Is there a link ? Nonprofit & Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 22, 33-51.
WILSON, J. & MUSICK, M. (1997). Who cares ? toward an integrated theory of volunteer work. American Sociological Review, 62, 694-713. [PDF]
SNYDER, M. & OMOTO, A.M. (2004). Volunteers and volunteer organizations : Theoretical perspectives and practical concerns. In R.E. Riggio & S.S. Orr (Eds.), Improving leadership in nonprofit organizations (pp. 163-179). San Francisco : Jossey-Bass.
Bengio Yoshi ( ) : Informaticien québécois et spécialiste de l'intelligence artificielle, notamment de l'apprentissage statistique et de la reconnaissance vocale. Il enseigne à l'Université de Montréal.
BENGIO, Y. & DE MORI, R. (1989). Use of multilayer networks for the recognition of phonetic features and phonemes. Computational Intelligence, 5, 134-141.
BENGIO, Y., SIMARD, P. & FRASCONI, P. (1994). Learning long-term dependencies with gradient descent is difficult. IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks, 5 (2), 157-166. [PDF]
BENGIO, Y., DUCHARME, R., VINCENT, P. & JAUVIN, C. (2003). A neural probabilistic language model. Journal of Machine Learning Research, 3, 1137-1155. [PDF]
BENGIO, Y., DELALLEAU, O., LE ROUX, N., PAIMENT, J.-F., VINCENT, P. & OUIMET, M. (2004). Learning eigenfunctions links spectral embedding and kernel PCA. Neural Computation, 16 (10), 2197-2219.[PDF]
BENGIO, Y. & SENECHAL, J.S. (2008). Adaptive importance sampling to accelerate training of a neural probabilistic language model. IEEE Trans. Neural Networks, 19 (4), 713-722.
Bennett Randy E. ( ) : Spécialiste de l'éducation, notamment de l'évaluation des apprentissages.
BENNETT, R.E GOTTESMAN, R.L. ROCK,D.A. & CERULLO. F.M. (1993). The influence of behavior and gender on teachers' judgments of students' academic skill. Journal of Educational Psychology, 85 (2), 347-356.
BENNETT, R.E. STEFFEN, M., SINGLEY, M.K., MORLEY, M. & JACQUEMIN, D. (1997). Evaluating an automatically scorable, open-ended response type for measuring mathematical reasoning in computer-adaptive tests. Journal of Educational Measurement, 34, 163-177.
BENNETT, R.E. (2010). Cognitively based assessment of, for, and as learning : A preliminary theory of action for summative and formative assessment. Measurement : Interdisciplinary Research & Perspectives 8, (2-3), 70-91.
BENNETT, R.E. (2011). Formative assessment : a critical review. Assessment in Education : Principles, Policy & Practice, 18 (1), 5-25. [PDF]
BENNETT, R.E. (2015). The changing nature of educational assessment review of research in education Review of Research in Education, 39, 340-407.
Bennis Warren Gamaliel (New York 1925-2014 Los Angeles) : Spécialiste américain de la gestion des ressources humaines et de l'étude du leadership.
BENNIS, W. (1959). Leadership theory and administrative behavior : the problem of authority. Administrative Science Quarterly, 4, 259-301.
BENNIS, W. (1961). Revisionist theory of leadership. Harvard Business Review, 39, 26-36/146-150.
BENNIS, W. (1976). Leadership : a beleaguered species ? Organizational Dynamics, 5 (1), 3-16.
BENNIS, W. (1989). On becoming a leader. Reading, MA : Addison-Wesley Publishing Company.
BENNIS, W. (2007). The challenges of leadership in the modern world. American Psychologist, 62, 2-5. [PDF]
Ben-Porath Yossef S. ( ) : Psychologue américain et spécialiste de l'étude et la mesure de la personnalité, notamment du test du MMPI. Collaborateur de Butcher et Tellegen.
BEN-PORATH, Y.S., BUTCHNER, J.N. & GRAHAM, J.R. (1991). Contribution of the MMPI-2 Content Scales to the differential diagnosis of schizophrenia and major depression. Psychological Assessment, 3, 634- 640.
BEN-PORATH, Y.S. (2012). Interpreting the MMPI-2-RF. Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press.
 
 
 
Ben-Shahar Tal ( ) : Psychologue américain et chef de file de la psychologie positive. = Tal David Ben-Shahar.
BEN-SHAHAR, T. (2002). The question of happiness : On finding meaning, pleasure, and the ultimate currency. Writers Club Press.
 
 
 
 
Bentall Richard P. (Sheffield 1956-) : Psychologue cognitiviste américain, d'origine anglaise, spécialisé dans l'étude de la folie et de la maladie mentale, et critique de l'usage des thérapies médicamenteuses. Collaborateur de Dickins, Jones, Lowe, Mosher et Read.
BENTALL R.P. & SLADE, P. D. (1988). Sensory deception : A scientific analysis of hallucination. Johns Hopkins University Press.
BENTALL R.P. & KANEY, S. (2005). Attributional lability in depression and paranoia. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 44 (4), 475-488.
BENTALL R.P. (2006). Madness explained : Why we must reject the Kraepelinian paradigm and replace it with a 'complaint-orientated approach to understanding mental illness. Medical hypotheses, 66 (2), 220-233.
BENTALL R.P. & FERNYHOUGH, C. (2008). Social predictors of psychotic experiences specificity and psychological mechanisms. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 34 (6), 1012-1020. [PDF]
BENTALL, R.P., ROWSE, G., SHRYANE, N., KINDERMAN, P., HOWARD, R., BLACKWOOD, N., MOORE, R. & CORCORAN, R. (2009). The cognitive and affective structure of paranoid delusions : A transdiagnostic investigation of patients with schizophrenia spectrum disorders and depression. Archives of General Psychiatry, 66 (3), 236-247. [PDF]
Bentham Jeremy (Londres 1748-1832 Londres) : Philosophe, juriste et économiste anglais. Professeur de Mill.