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Fabiano Gregory A. ( ) : Psychologue cognitivo-béhavioriste américain et spécialiste de l'étude du déficit d'attention et du trouble du déficit de l'attention avec hyperactivité. Avec Pelham, il a concu une échelle du fonctionnement social. Étudiant de Pelham.
FABIANO, G.A. & PELHAM, W.E. (2002). Measuring impairment in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. The ADHD Report, 10, 6-10.
FABIANO, G.A. & PELHAM, W.E. (2003). Improving the effectiveness of classroom interventions for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder : A case study. Journal of Emotional & Behavioral Disorders, 11, 122-128.
FABIANO, G.A., PELHAM, W.E., MANOS, M., GNAGY, E.M., CHRONIS. A.M., ONYANGO, A.N., WILLIAMS, A.A., BURROWS-MACLEAN, L.A.L., COLES, E.K., MEICHENBAUM, D.L., CASERTA, D.A. & SWAIN, S. (2004). An evaluation of three time out procedures for children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Behavior Therapy, 35, 449-469.
FABIANO, G.A., PELHAM, W.E., COLES, E.K., GNAGY, E.M., CHRONI TUSCANO, A. & O'CONNOR, B. (2009). A meta-analysis of behavioral treatments for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Clinical Psychology Review, 29 (2), 129-140. [PDF]
FABIANO, G.A., SCHATZ, N.K., ALOE, A.M., CHACKO, A. & CHRONI TUSCANO, A. (2015). A systematic review of meta-analyses of psychosocial treatment for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Clinical Child & Family Psychology Review, 18 (1), 77-97. [PDF]
Fabrication d'outil : Voir Outil.
Fabuler/Fabulation : Fabuler consiste à raconter une histoire farcie d'inexactitudes ou de mensonges, en laissant entendre que tout est vrai. Celui qui fabule n'est pas conscient que ses fabulations n'ont ni queue ni tête. Tell a convincing story

  VRIJ, A., AKEHURST, L., SOUKARA, S. & BULL, R. (2004). Let me inform you how to tell a convincing story : CBCA and reality monitoring scores as a function of age, coaching, and deception. Canadian Journal of Behavioral Science, 36, 113–126.
FORONI, F. & MAYR, U. (2005). The power of a story : New, automatic associations from a single reading of a short scenario. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 12, 139-144.
Voir aussi Mythomanie et Mensonge
Facebook : Voir Réseau social virtuel.
Facilitation sociale : Augmentation de la fréquence ou de l'intensité d'un comportement attribuable à la présence d'autrui (auditoire, foule, groupe). Selon Stroebe, la découverte de ce phénomène a été faussement attribué à Triplett. Facilitation sociale et indolence sociale. = effet d'audience. /inhibition. Social facilitation, social enhancement, supporting audiences, audience support, audience effect.
  TRIPLETT, N. (1898). The dynamogenic factors in pacemaking and competition. American Journal of Psychology, 9, 507-533. [PDF] MANSTEAD, A.S.R. & SEMIN, G.R. (1980). Social facilitation effects : Mere enhancement of dominant responses. British Journal of Social & Clinical Psychology, 19, 119-136. [PDF]
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HARLOW, H.F. (1932). Social facilitation of feeding in the albino rat. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 41, 211-221. ABRAMS, D. & MANSTEAD, A.S.R. (1981). A test of theories of social facilitation using a musical task. British Journal of Social Psychology, 20, 271-278.
DASHIELL, J.F. (1935). Experimental studies of the influence of social situations on the behavior of individual human adults. In C. Murchison (Ed.), A handbook of social psychology (pp. 1097-1158). Worcester, MA : Clark University Press. CARVER, C.S. & SCHEIER, M.F. (1981). The self-attention induced feedback loop and social facilitation. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 17, 545-568.
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JAMES, W.T. (1953). Social facilitation of eating behavior in puppies after satiation. Journal of Comparative & Physiological Psychology, 46, 427-428. ABRAMS, D. & MANSTEAD, A.S.R. (1981). A test of theories of social facilitation using a musical task. British Journal of Social Psychology, 20, 271-278.
KLOPFER, P.H. (1958). Influence of social interaction on learning rates in birds. Science, 128, 963. GUERIN, B. & INNES, J.M. (1982). Social facilitation and social monitoring : A new look at Zajonc's mere presence hypothesis. British Journal of Social Psychology, 21, 7-18.
CHURCH, R.M. (1962). Effect of relative skill on the amount of competitive facilitation. Psychological Reports, 11, 603-614. BOND, D.F. (1982). Social facilitation : A self presentational view. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 31, 547-573.
FOWLER, H. & MILLER, N.E. (1963). Facilitation and inhibition of runway performance by hind-and forepaw shock of various intensities. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 56, 801-805. BELL, P.A., LOOMIS, R.J. & CERVONE, J.C. (1982). Effects of heat, social facilitation, sex differences, and task difficulty on reaction time. Human Factors, 24, 19-24.
ZAJONC, R.B. (1965). Social facilitation. Science, 149, 269-274. MICHAELS, J.W., BLOMMEL, J.M., BROCATO, R.M., LINKOUS, R.A. & ROWE, J.S. (1982). Social facilitation and inhibition in a natural setting. Replications in Social Psychology, 2, 21-24.
ZAJONC, R.B. (1965). Social facilitation of dominant and subordinate responses. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 10, 160-168. [PDF] GUERIN, B. (1983). Social facilitation and social monitoring : a test of three models. British Journal of Social Psychology, 22, 203-214.
ZAJONC, R.B. & SALES, S.M. (1966). Social facilitation of dominant and subordinate responses. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 2, 160-168.[PDF] BOND, D.F. & TITUS, L.J. (1983). Social facilitation : A meta-analysis of 241 studies. Psychological Bulletin, 94 (2), 265-292.
  YAMAGUCHI, S., OKAMOTO, K. & OKA, T. (1985). Effects of coactor's presence : Social loafing and social facilitation. Japanese Psychological Research, 27, 215-222.
  GUERIN, B. (1986). Mere presence effects in humans: A review. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 22, 38-77.
COTTRELL, N.B., SEKERAK, G.J., WACK, D.L. & RITTLE, R.H. (1968). Social facilitation of dominant responses by the presence of an audience and the mere presence of others. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 9, 245-250. [PDF] SCHMITT, B.H., GILOVICH, T., GOORE, N. & JOSEPH, L. (1986). Mere presence and social facilitation : One more time. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 22, 242-248.
  BELL, P.A. & YEE, L.A. (1989). Skill level and audience effects on performance of a karate drill. The Journal of Social Psychology, 129 (2), 191-200.
HENCHY, T. & GLASS, D.C. (1968). Evaluation apprehension and the social facilitation of dominant responses. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 10, 446-454. GEEN, R.G. (1989). Alternative conceptions of social facilitation. In P.B. Paulus (Ed.), Psychology of group influence (pp. 15-51). Hillsdale, NJ : Erlbaum.
FOUTS, G.T. (1969). Social anxiety and social facilitation. Psychological Reports, 44, 1065-1066. GRIFFITH, T.L., FICHMAN, M. & MORELAND, R.L. (1989). Social loafing and social facilitation : An empirical test of the cognitive-motivational model of performance. Basic & Applied Social Psychhology, 10 (3), 253-271. [PDF]
ZAJONC, R.B., HEINGARTNER, A. & HERMAN, E.M. (1969). Social enhancement and impairment of performance in the cockroach. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 13, 83-92. HUGHSON, T.L., FICHMAN, M. & MORELAND, R.L. (1989). Social loafing and social facilitation : An empirical test of a cognitive-motivational model of performance. Basic & Applied Social Psychology, 10, 253-271.
  HARTWICK, J. & NAGAO, D.H. (1990). Social facilitation effects in recognition memory. British Journal of Social Psychology, 29, 193—210.
WICKLUND, R.A. & DUVAL, S. (1971). Opinion change and performance facilitation as a result of objective self- awareness. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 7, 319–342. SANNA, L.J. & SHOTLAND, R.L. (1990). Valence of anticipated evaluation and social facilitation. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 26, 82-92.
WEISS, R.F. & MILLER, F.G. (1971). The drive theory of social facilitation. Psychological Review, 78, 44-57. REDD M. & De CASTRO, J.M. (1991). Social facilitation of eating : Effects of social instruction on food intake. Physiology & Behavior, 52, 749-754.
JAMES, W.T. (1971). A methodological study of conditioning and extinction of an avoidance response via social facilitation in dogs. Journal of General Psychology, 84 (2), 275-279. SOMMER, R., WYNES, M. & BRINKLEY, G. (1992). Social facilitation effects in shopping behavior. Environment & Behavior, 24, 285-297.
GARDNER, E.L. & ENGEL, D.R. (1971). Imitational and social facilitatory aspects of observational learning in the laboratory rat. Psychonomic Science, 25, 5-6. SANNA, L.J. (1992). Self-efficacy theory : Implications for social facilitation and social loafing. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 62 (5), 774-786. [PDF]
ZENTALL, T.R. & LEVINE, J.M. (1972). Observational learning and social facilitation in the rat. Science, 178, 1220-1221. AIELLO, J.R. & SVEC, C.M. (1993). Computer monitoring of work performance : Social facilitation and electronic presence. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 23 (7), 537-548.
COTTRELL, N.B. (1972). Social facilitation. In C.G. McClintock (Ed.), Experimental social psychology (pp. 98-120). New York : Holt, Rhinehart & Winston. GUERIN, B. (1993). Social facilitation. Cambridge UK : Cambrige University Press.
ZENTALL, T.R. & LEVINE, J.M. (1972). Observational learning and social facilitation in the rat. Science, 178, 1220-1221. GEEN, R.G. (1995). Social facilitation. In A. S. R. Manstead & M. Hewstone (Eds.), The Blackwell encyclopedia of social psychology (pp. 551-554). Cambridge, MA : Blackwell.
GOOD, K.J. (1973). Social facilitation : Effects of performance anticipation, evaluation, and response competition on free associations. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 28 (2), 270-275. GRAYDON, J. & MURPHY, T. (1995). The effect of personality on social facilitation while performing a sports related task. Personality & Individual Differences, 19 (2), 265-267.
  HEYES, C.M., RAY, E.D., MITCHELL, C.J. & NOKES, T. (2000). Stimulus enhancement : controls for social facilitation and local enhancement. Learning & Motivation, 31, 83-98. [PDF]
LEVINE, J.M. & ZENTALL, T.R. (1974). Effect of conspecific's presence on deprived rats performance : Social facilitation vs. distraction/imitation. Animal Learning & Behavior, 2 (2), 119-122. [PDF] + [PDF] BLASOVITCH, J., MENDES, W.B., SALOMON, K. & HUNTER, S.B. (1999). Social "facilitation" as challenge and threat. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 77 (1), 68-77. [PDF]
UNDERWOOD, G.L. (1976). Social facilitation of individual learning and performance. International Journal of Sport Psychology, 7 (3), 143-157. GRIFFIN, M. (2001). The phenomenology of the alone condition : More evidence for the role of aloneness in social facilitation. The Journal of Psychology, 135 (1), 125-127.
SHAVER, P.R. & LIEBLING, B.A. (1976). Explorations in the drive theory of social facilitation. Journal of Social Psychology, 99, 259-271. AIELLO, J.R. & DOUTHITT, E.A. (2001). Social facilitation theory from Triplett to electronic performance monitoring. Group Dynamics, 5 (3), 163-180. [PDF]
  THOMAS, S.L., SKITKA, L.J., CHRISTEN, S. & JURGENA, M. (2002). Social facilitation and impression formation. Basic Applied Social Psychology, 24 (1), 67-70. [PDF]
BLANK, T., STAFF, I. & SHAVER, P.R. (1976). Social facilitation of word associations : Further questions. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 34, 725-733. STRAUSS, B. (2002). Social facilitation in motor tasks : A review of research and theory. Psychology of Sport & Exercise, 3, 237-256. [PDF]
GEEN, R.G. & GANGE, J.J. (1977). Drive theory of social facilitation : twelve years of theory and research. Psychological Bulletin, 84, 1267-1288. LAMBERT, A.J., PAYNE, B.K., SHAFFER, L.M, JACOBY, L.L., CHASTEEN, A. & KHAN, S. (2003). Stereotypes as dominant responses : On the "social facilitation" of prejudice in anticipated public contexts. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 84, 277-295. [PDF]
  GALLOWAY, A.T., ADDESSI, E., FRAGASZY, D.M., VISALBERGHI, E. (2005). Social facilitation of eating familiar food in tufted capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella): Does it involve behavioral coordination? International Journal of Primatology, 26(1), 181-189. [PDF]
   STRUBE, M.J. (2005). What did Triplett really find ? A contemporary analysis of the first experiment in social psychology. The American Journal of Psychology, 118 (2), 271- 286.
MARKUS, H. (1978). The effect of mere presence on social facilitation : An unobtrusive test. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 14, 389-397. [PDF] FEINBERG, J. M. & AIELLO, J.R. (2006). Social facilitation : A test of competing theories. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 36 (5), 1087-1109.
BARON, R.S., MOOR, D. & SANDERS, G.S. (1978). Distraction as a source of drive in social facilitation research. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 36, 816-824. UZIEL, L. (2007). Individual differences in the social facilitation effect: A review and meta-analysis. Journal of Research in Personality, 41, 579-601. [PDF] + [PDF]
HALL, E.G. & BUNKER, L.K. (1979). Locus of control as a mediator of social facilitation effects during motor skill learning. Journal of Sport Psychology, 1 (4), 332-335. ANDERSON-HANLEY, C., SNYDER, A.L., NIMON, J.P. & ARCIERO, P.J. (2011). Social facilitation in virtual reality-enhanced exercise : competitiveness moderates exercise effort of older adults. Clinical Interventions in Aging, 6, 275–280. [PDF]
Voir aussi Présence des autres, Effet d'audience, Avantage du terrain et Indolence sociale
 
Facisme : Fascism.

  POULANTZAS, N. (1974). Fascism and dictatorship. NLB : London. / Fascisme et dictature. Paris : Le Seuil/Maspero.
REICH, W. (1977). La psychologie de masse du fascisme. Paris : Peyot
BILLIG, M. (1978). Fascists : A social psychological view of the national front. London : Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.
BILLIG, M. (1979). Psychology, racism and fascism. Birmingham : Searchlight.
Voir aussi Idéologie
FAÇONNEMENT - FACTEUR - FAGAN - FAGOT - FAILLE - FAIRBURN - FAIT - FALAISE VISUELLE - FALSIFIER - FAM
Façonnement/Façonner : Dans le conditionnement opérant, procédure au cours de laquelle on renforce des approximations successives du comportement souhaité jusqu'à ce que l'on obtienne ce comportement; s'emploie lorsque la probabilité que le comportement survienne spontanément est faible (comportements complexes ou difficiles à exécuter). Désigne par extension une technique utilisée dans les thérapies comportementales et cognitives pour acquérir de nouveaux comportements ou apprendre des comportements complexes. Façonnement, sélection par les conséquences et contingence. Shaping, worked out through a series of approximations.

  SKINNER, B.F. (1953). Science and human behavior. Oxford, England : Macmillan. CATANIA, A.C., MATTHEWS, B.A. & SHIMOFF, E. (1982). Instructed versus shaped human verbal behavior : Interactions with nonverbal responding. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 38 (3), 233-248. [PDF]
BANDURA, A. & McDONALD, F.J. (1963). Influence of social reinforcement and the behavior of models in shaping children's moral judgment. The Journal of Abnormal & Social Psychology, 67 (3), 274-281. SKINNER, B.F. (1981). Selection by consequences. Science, 213 (4507), 501-504. [PDF]
BENSBERG, G.J., COLWELL, C.N. & CASSEL, R.H. (1965). Teaching the profoundly retarded self-help activities by behavior shaping techniques. American journal of Mental Deficiency, 69,674-679. SKINNER, B.F. (1984). Selection by consequences. Behavioral & Brain Sciences, 7 (4), 477-510. [PDF]
JACOBY, K.E. & DAWSON, M.E. (1969). Observation and shaping learning : A comparison using Long Evans rats. Psychonomic Science, 16, 257-258. SMEETS, P.M., LANCIONI, G.E., BALL, T.S. & OLIVA, D.S. (1985). Shaping self-initiated toileting in infants. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 18 (4), 303-308. [PDF]
 SCHAEFER, H.H. (1970). Self-injurious behavior : shaping "head banging" in monkeys. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 3 (2), 111-116. [PDF] PEAR, J.J. & LEGRIS, J.A. (1987). Shaping by automated tracking of an arbitrary operant response. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 47 (2), 241-247. [PDF]
O'CONNOR, R.D. (1972). Relative efficacy of modeling, shaping, and the combined procedures for modification of social withdrawal. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 79 (3), 327-334. HINELINE, P.N. & WANCHISEN, B.A. (1989). Correlated hypothesizing and the distinction between contingency-shaped and rule-governed behavior. In S.C. Hayes (Ed.), Rule-governed behavior : cognition, contingencies and instructional control (pp. 221-236). New York : Plenum.
SKINNER, B.F. (1975). The shaping of phylogenic behavior. Journal of Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 24(1), 117-120. [PDF] MIDGLEY, M., LEA, E.G. & KIRBY, R.M. (1989). Algorithmic shaping and misbehavior in the acquisition of token deposit by rats. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 52 (1), 27-40. [PDF]
HAWKES, L. & SHIMP, C.P. (1975). Reinforcementof behavioral patterns : Shaping a scallop. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 23 (1), 3-16.[PDF] RASEY, H.W. & IVERSEN, I.H. (1993). An experimental acquisition of maladaptive behavior by shaping. Journal of Behavior Therapy & Experimental Psychiatry, 24, 37-43.
SKINNER, B.F. (1979). The shaping of a behaviorist. New York : Alfred A. Knopf. University of Cambridge Press. TAUB, E., CRAGO, J.E., BURGIO, L.D., GROOMES, T.E., COOK, E.W., DELUCA, S.C. & MILLER, N. (1994). An operant approach to rehabilitation medicine : Overcoming learned nonuse by shaping. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 61 (2), 281-293. [PDF]
ECKERMAN, D.A., HIENZ, R.D., STERN, S. & KOWLOWITZ, V. (1980). Shaping the location of a pigeon's peck : Effect of rate and size of shaping steps. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 33 (3), 299-310. [PDF] GALBICKA, G. (1994). Shaping in the 21st century : Moving percentile schedules into applied settings. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 27 (4), 739-760. [PDF]
  SAKSIDA, L.M., RAYMOND, S.M. & TOUTETZKY, D.S. (1997). Shaping robot behavior using principles from instrumental conditioning. Robotics & Autonomous Systems, 22, 231-249. [PDF]
  SAVAGE, T. (1998). Shaping : The link between rats and robots. Connection Science, 10, 321–340.
  SAVAGE, T. (2001). Shaping : A multiple contingencies analysis and its relevance to behaviour-based robotics. Connection Science, 13, 199–234.
PETERSON, G.B. (2004). A day of great illumination : B.F. Skinner's discovery of shaping. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 82, 317-328. [PDF]
Voir aussi Conditionnement opérant
Façonnement en phase d'apprentissage (Auto-) : Certains comportements moteurs, comme picorer un disque lumineux chez le pigeon, peuvent s'apprendre sans renforcement, d'où l'expression auto-façonnement. Ce phénomène a été observé chez le pigeon par Brown et Jenkins. Il consiste en l'association de deux stimuli; un premier stimulus inconditionnel (par exemple un disque lumineux) et un second stimulus, inconditionnel cette fois (exemple : de la nourriture ou de l'eau), laquelle association finit par produire le comportement de picorer (un disque lumineux). Brown et Jenkins ont observé que des pigeons picorent un disque lumineux (premier stimulus à la venue prochaine de nourriture (second stimulus), alors que la nourriture est disponible de manière non-contingente au comportement de picorer la lumière. Autrement dit, le comportement du pigeon ne fait pas apparaître la nourriture, pourtant il continue de picorer le disque lumineux (mais pas le distributeur de nourriture ou d'autres partie du dispositif d'apprentissage). On obtient ce résultat en présentant au pigeon le stimulus inconditionel ou R+ (nourriture) de manière contingente au stimulus condtionnel ou Sd (lumière), et non de façon aléatoire. Williams et Williams ont également montré que lorsque le comportement de picorer fait disparaître la nourriture (punition par suppression de la conséquence), le pigeon continue de picorer le disque lumineux (moins souvent néanmoins ce qui indique que les contingences influencent ce comportement ). Ce phénomène a également été observé chez le singe par Sidman et Fletcher. Autoshaping, sign tracking.
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SIDMAN, M. & FLETCHER, F.G. (1968). A demonstration of auto-shaping with monkeys. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 10, 307-309. [PDF] NEWLIN, R.J. & LOLORDO, V.M. (1976). A comparison of pecking generated by serial, delay, and trace autoshaping procedures. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 25 (2), 227-241. [PDF]
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SCHWARTZ, B. (1974). Effects of treadle training on autoshaped keypecking: Learned laziness and learned industriousness or response competition ? Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 3 (5B), 369-372. [PDF] AYDIN, A. & PEARCE, J.M. (1995). Summation in autoshaping with short-and long-duration stimuli. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 42B, 215-234.
WASSERMAN, E.A. & ANDERSON, P.A. (1974). Differential auto shaping to common and distinctive elements of positive and negative discriminative stimuli. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 22 (3), 491-496. [PDF] PEARCE, J.M., AYDIN, A. & REDHEAD, E.S. (1997). Configural analysis of summation in autoshaping. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Animal Behavior Processes, 23, 84-94.
TIMBERLAKE, W. & GRANT, D.L. (1975). Auto-shaping in rats to the presentation of another rat predicting food. Science, 190, 690-692. BURNS, M. & DOMJAN, M. (2000). Sign tracking in domesticated quail with one trial a day : Generality across CS and US parameters. Animal Learning & Behavior, 28, 109-119.
SCHWAM, E. & GAMZU, E. (1975). Constraints on autoshaping in the squirrel monkey : Stimulus dimensions and response topography.Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 5, 369-372.  
WASSERMAN, E.A. HUNTER, N.B., GUTOWSKI, K.A. & BODER, S.A. (1975). Autoshaping chicks with hea treinforcement : The role of stimulus-reinforcer and response-reinforcer relations. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1, 158-169.  
TERRACE, H.S. GIBBON, J., FARRELL, L. & BALDOCK, M.D. (1975). Temporal factors influencing the acquisition and maintenance of an autoshaped keypeck. Animal Learning & Behavior, 3, 53-62. [PDF]  
LOCURTO, C., TERRACE, H.S. & GIBBON, J. (1976). Autoshaping, random control, and omission training in the rat. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 26 (3), 451-462. [PDF] KEARNS, D.N. & WEISS, S.J. (2004). Sign-tracking (autoshaping) in rats: A comparison of cocaine and food as unconditioned stimuli. Learning & Behavior, 32 (4), 463-476. [PDF]
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Voir aussi Façonnement
Façonnement négatif en phase de maintien (Auto-) : Désigne le fait qu'une réponse auto-façonnée se maintient en fréquence même si elle est suivi de retrait d'un stimulus appétitif. Automaintenance procedure.

  WILLIAMS, D.R. & WILLIAMS, H. (1969). Auto-maintenance in the pigeon : sustained pecking despite contingent non-reinforcement. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 12 (4), 511-520. [PDF] GAMZU, E. & SCHWAM, E. (1974). Autoshaping and auto-maintenance of a key-press response in squirrel monkeys. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 21 (2), 361-372. [PDF]
SCHWARTZ, B. & WILLIAMS, D.R. (1972). The role of the response-reinforcer contingency in negative automaintenance. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 17 (3), 351-357. [PDF] WILKIE, D.M. (1976). Keypecking under different intertrial intervals in negative automaintenance. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 8, 431-432.
GRIFFIN, R.W. & RASHOTTE, M.E. (1973). A note on the negative automaintenance procedure. Bulletin of the Psy- chonomic Society, 2, 402-404. BALSAM P.D., BROWNSTEIN, A.J. & SHULL, R.L. (1981), Effects of varying the duration of grain presentation on automaintenance. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 29 (1), 27-36. [PDF]
GAMZU, E. & SCHWARTZ, B. (1973). The maintenance of key pecking by stimulus-contingent and response-independent food presentation. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 19, 65-72. [PDF]  
SCHWARTZ, B. (1973). Maintenance of key pecking by response-independent food presentation : the role of the modality of the signal for food. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 20 (1), 17-22. [PDF]  
WOODWARD, W.T., BALLINGER, J.C. & BITTERMAN, M.E. (1974). Autoshaping : further study of “negative automaintenance". Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 22 (1), 47-51. [PDF] POLING, A. & POLING, T. (1978). Automaintenance in guinea pigs : Effects of feeding regimen and omission training. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 30, (1), 37-46. [PDF]
STIERS, M. & SILBERGERG, A. (1974). Lever-contact responses in rats : automaintenance with and without a negative response-reinforcer dependency. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 22 (3), 497-506. [PDF] ELDRIDGE, G.D. & PEAR, J.J. (1987). Topographical variations in behavior during autoshaping, automaintenance, and omission training. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 47 (3), 319-333. [PDF]
HURSH, S., NAVARICK, D.J. & FANTINO, E. (1974). "Auto-maintenance" : the role of reinforcement. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 21 (1), 117-124. [PDF] SANABRIA, F., SITOMER, M.T. & KILLEEN, P.R. (2006). Negative automaintenance omission training is effective. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 47 (3), 1-10. [PDF]
Voir aussi Façonnement
Facteur : Terme générique qui désigne tantôt les phénomènes à l'étude (variable dépendante), tantôt la ou les causes de ces phénomènes (variable indépendante). On considère souvent les facteurs comme des causes partielles, qui qui ne sont ni nécessaires ni suffisants pour produire le phénomène à l'étude, mais qui, conjugés à d'autres facteurs, participent à son explication. Les facteurs considérés comme des causes importantes sont souvent appelés facteurs déterminants ou, plus simplement, déterminants. = phénomène, variable, cause, facteur causal, facteur à l'étude, facteur mesuré. ( ): Voir tableau ci-dessous. Factor.

Les types de facteur
Facteur cognitif Facteur de stress Facteur génétique
Facteur d'insatisfaction Facteur d'impact Facteur héréditaire
Facteur de pondération Facteur déterminant Facteur historique
Facteur de protection Facteur dynamique Facteur interne
Facteur de risque Facteur économique Facteur orthogonal
Facteur de satisfaction Facteur externe Facteur statique
Facteur G Facteur teratogène
 

  WESIMAN, R.G. & PALMER, J.A. (1969). Factors influencing inhibitory stimulus control : discrimination training and prior non-differential reinforcement. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 12 (2), 29-237. [PDF]
MEEHL, P.E. (1992). Factors and taxa, traits and types, differences of degree and differences in kind. Journal of Personality, 60, 117-174.
BLECHNER, M.J. (2008). Interaction of social and neurobiological factors in depression. Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 44 (4), 571-580. [PDF]
Facteur cognitif : Voir Déterminant cognitif.
Facteur d'impact (des revues scientifiques) : Anglicisme. Voir Indice d'influence scientifique
Facteur d'insatisfaction : Dans la théorie bi-factorielle de la motivation de Herzberg, facteurs qui n'augmentent pas la motivation au travail (satisfaction) mais qui, s'ils sont inadéquats, peuvent créer de l'insatisfaction (salaire, degré de supervision et d'encadrement de la tâche, santé-sécurité, conditions générales de travail, relation avec les collègues, statut au sein de l'entreprise). = facteurs d'hygiène, sources d'insatisfaction. /facteur de satisfaction.

 
Voir aussi Facteur
Facteur de pondération : Toute valeur adjoint à une donnée qui modifie le poids ou la valeur de cette dernière.

 
Voir aussi Facteur
Facteur de protection : Tout facteur qui diminue la probabilité d'apparition d'un symptôme, d'une pathologie, d'un comportement déviant ou atypique. EX : Pratiquer un sport est un facteur de protection contre les maladies cardio-vasculaires et la dépression. Facteur de protection et résilience. /facteur de risque. Protective factor.

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Voir aussi Hypothèse du tampon social, Facteur, Résilience et Prévention
 
Facteur de risque : Tout facteur qui augmente la probabilité d'apparition d'un symptôme, d'un trouble, d'une pathologie, d'un comportement déviant ou atypique. EX : Fumer est un facteur de risque du cancer; se faire battre par son père est un facteur de risque de la violence conjugale. N.D.L.R. Les fateurs de risque ne sont pas necéssairement des causes. Facteur de risque, risque et prévention. /facteur de protection. Risk factor.

  STIEGEL-MOORE, R.H., SILBERSTEIN, L.R. & RODIN, J. (1986). Toward an understanding of risk factors for bulimia. American Psychologist, 41 (1), 246-263. KRAEMER, H.C., STICE, E., KAZDIN, A., OFFORD, D. & KUPFER, D. (2001). How do risk factors work together ? Moderators, mediators, independent, overlapping, and proxy risk factors. American Journal of Psychiatry, 158, 848-856. [PDF]
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Voir aussi Facteur, Risque et Prévention
Facteur de satisfaction : Dans la théorie bi-factorielle de la motivation de Herzberg, ensemble des facteurs qui favorisent la satisfaction, notamment au au travail (accomplissement, reconnaissance des pairs et des supérieurs, degré de responsabilité, richesse et complexité de la tâche, promotion) et, partant, la motivation. = facteur moteur, sources de satisfaction, facteur de motivation. /facteur d'insatisfaction.

 
Voir aussi Facteur et Satisfaction
Facteur de stress : Voir Stresseur.
Facteur déterminant : Voir Déterminant.
Facteur dynamique : Caractéristique malléable d'un individu susceptible d'influencer la variable dépendante, et sur laquelle le chercheur ou l'intervenant a de l'emprise, du contrôle. EX: Les habiletés sociales d'un individu. C-EX: Le sexe d'un individu.

 
Voir aussi Facteur
Facteur économique : Voir Déterminant socio-économique.
Facteur externe : Ensemble des facteurs qui réside hors de l'organisme, donc dans son milieu. /facteur interne.

 
Voir aussi Facteur et Déterminant environnementaux
Facteur G : Voir Intelligence générale.
Facteur génétique : Voir Déterminant biogénétique.
Facteur héréditaire : Voir Déterminant biogénétique.
Facteur historique (d'un individu) : Tout événement qui se produit dans la vie d'un individu, habituellement dans un passé relativement lointain, et qui est susceptible de modifier son comportement, ses pensées, ses émotions, etc. EX: La naissance d'un enfant, une agression sexuelle, la perte d'un emploi, l'obtention d'un diplôme. = histoire individuelle, histoire personnelle, vécu. *vécu.

 
Voir aussi Facteur, Déterminant historique et Histoire des contingences
Facteur interne : Ensemble des facteurs qui réside dans l'individu, tant sur le plan biologique que mental. /facteur externe.

  STRACHEY, A. (1941). A note on the use of the word "internal". International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 22, 37-43.
Voir aussi Facteur et Déterminant cognitif.
Facteur orthogonal : Deux ou plusieurs facteurs indépendants, sans aucune liaison (ou corrélation) mathématique entre eux.

 
Voir aussi Facteur et Corrélation
Facteur statique : Caractéristique fixe ou stable d'un individu susceptible d'influencer la variable dépendante, et sur laquelle le chercheur ou l'intervenant a peu de contrôle ou d'emprise. EX: Le sexe d'un individu. C-EX: Les habiletés sociales d'un individu.

 
Voir aussi Facteur et Corrélation
Facteur tératogène : Du grec "terato" qui signifie «monstr» et de "gène" qui veut dire «qui produit, qui génère». Il s'agit donc de l'ensemble des facteurs externes (au placenta) susceptibles de nuire au développement de l'embryon/foetus et, dans certains cas, de créer des anomalies génétiques qui engendrent des malformations et, possiblement, des troubles d'apprentissage. EX: Le tabagisme de la mère est un agent tératogène. Agent tératogène, Grossesse et amniocentèse. ( ): Voir tableau ci-dessous. Teratogen factor.

Facteurs tératogènes
Alcool Héroïne Médicaments
Alimentation   Pesticides
  Maladie Radioactivité
Cocaïne Métaux lourds Sida
    Stress
  Methadone Tabac/Fumer
 

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TRASLER, J.M. & DOERKSEN, T. (1999). Teratogen update : Paternal exposures-reproductive risks. Teratology, 60, 161-72.
Voir aussi Facteur et Grossesse
Faculté mentale : Voir Fonction cognitive. Mental faculty.

  MURCHISON, C. & LANGER, S. (1927). Tiedemann's observations on the development of the mental faculties of children. The Pedagogical Seminary & Journal of Genetic Psychology, 34 (2), 205-230.
Fagan
Joseph F. Fagan Robert Fagen
 
Fagan Joseph F. (1942-2013) : Psychologue cognitiviste américain, spécialisé dans l'étude du développement, plus particulièrement de la mémoire et de la perception chez le nourrisson. Collaborateur de Fantz.
FAGAN, J.F (1974). Infants' delayed recognition memory and forgetting. Journal of experimental child psychology, 16 (3), 424-450.
FAGAN, J.F. (1974). Infant color perception. Science, 183 (128), 973-975.
FAGAN, J.F. & McGRATH, S.K. (1981). Infant recognition memory and later intelligence. Intelligence, 5, 121-130.
FAGAN, J.F. (1984). The relationship of novelty preferences during infancy to later intelligence and recognition memory. Intelligence, 8, 339-346.
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Fagen Robert M. ( ) : Biologiste américain et spécialiste de l'étude des mammifères, et notamment du jeu chez l'ours.
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FAGOT, B.I. & PATTERSON, G.R. (1969). An in vivo analysis of reinforcing contingencies for sex-role behaviors in the preschool child. Developmental Psychology, 5, 563-568.
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FAGOT B.I. (1998). Social problem solving : Effect of context and parent sex. Sex Roles, 22 (2), 389-401.
Fahmy-Eid Nadia ( ) : Historienne et féministe québécoise. Collaboratrice de Dumont.
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DUMONT, M. & FAHMY-EID, N. (1986). Les Couventines. L'éducation des filles dans les pensionnats de religieuses, 1840-1960. Montréal : Boréal.
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Faille (théorique) : En science, dans une problématique, plus particulièrement dans la formulation du problème, la faille est une lacune dans nos connaissances, dans ce que l'on sait. = lacune, problème de recherche, ce que l'on veut savoir, ce que l'on ignore. /connaissance.
 
Faillibilité/Faillible : Qui peut se tromper, commettre des erreurs, ne pas savoir. /infaillibilité. Fallibilism.

  HETHERINGTON, S. (2002). Fallibilism and knowing that one is not dreaming. Canadian Journal of Philosophy 32, 83-102.
HETHERINGTON, S. (2005). Fallibilism. The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
Faim : Sensation produite par les contractions de notre estomac, qui surviennent lorsque le niveau de glycogène de notre foie chute en deçà d'un certain niveau, et que l'on éprouve après une certaine période de temps sans manger. Faim, appétit et besoin physiologique. /satiété. Hungry, hunger.

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BOUSFELD, W.A. & SHERIF, M. (1932). Hunger as a factor in learning. American Journal of Psychology, 44, 552-554.  
SKINNER, B.F. & HERON, W.T. (1937). Changes in hunger during starvation. Psychological Record, 1, 51-60. FRIDMAN, M.I. & STRIEKER, E.M. (1976). The physiological psychology of hunger : A physiological perspective. Psychological Review, 83, 409-431.
SKINNER, B.F. (1940). A method of maintaining an arbitrary degree of hunger. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 30, 139-45. WARDLE, J. & OGDEN, J. (1988). Cognitive and physiological effects on hunger and food intake. The Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 575, 585-587.
WULFF RASMUSSEN, E. (1941). The shock method as a measure of hunger and of the intensity of a conflict. Acta Psychologica, 5, A63-A78. OGDEN, J. & WARDLE, J. (1990). Cognitive restraint and sensitivity to cues for hunger and satiety. Physiology & Behaviour, 47, 477-481.
GHENT, L. (1951). The relation of experience to the development of hunger. Canadian Journal of Psychology, 5, 77-81. GOTTFREDSON, L.S. (1994). Egalitarian fiction and collective fraud. Society, 31, 53-59. [PDF]
DINSMOOR, J.A. (1951). The effect of hunger on discriminated responding. Journal of Abnormal Social Psychology, 47, 67-72. PINEL, J.P.J. & LEHMAN, D.R. (2000). Hunger, eating, and ill health. American Psychologist, 55 (10), 1105-1116. [PDF]
DANZIGER, K. (1953). The interaction of hunger and thirst in the rat. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 5, 10-21. SWAMI, V. & TORVÉE, M.J. (2006). Does hunger influence judgments of female physical attractiveness ? British Journal of Psychology, 97, 353-363. [PDF]
  PETTIJOHN, T.F., AHMED, S.F. & PETTIJOHN, T.F. (2012). Hunger and social motivation : hungry people are less interested in social activities than satiated people. Current Psychology, 31, 1-5.
MYERS, A.K. & MILLER, N.E. (1954). Failure to find a learned drive based on hunger; evidence for learning motivated by "exploration". Journal of Comparative & Physiological Psychology, 47, 428-436. HOLSEN, L.M., LAWSON, E.A., BLUM, J. KO, E., MAKRIS, N. FAZELI, P.K., KLIBANSKI, A. & GOLDSTEIN, J.L. (2012). Food motivation circuitry hypoactivation related to hedonic and nonhedonic aspects of hunger and satiety in women with active anorexia nervosa and weight-restored women with anorexia nervosa. Journal of Psychiatry & Neuroscience, 37 (5), 322-332. [PDF]
Voir aussi Besoin physiologique, Appétit et Soif
Fairbrurn Christopher G. ( ) : Psychiatre cognitivo-béhavioriste américain, spécialisé dans l'étude et le traitement des troubles alimentaires, notamment l'anorexie, la boulimie et l'hyperphagie. Collaborateur de Arntz, Barlow, Clark, Cooper, Cooper, Ehlers, Freeston, Garety, Hollon, Kraemer, Ost, Salkovskis, Shafran, Wade, Williams et Wilson.
FAIRBURN, C.G., SHAFRAN, R. & COOPER, Z. (1998). A cognitive-behavioural theory of anorexa nervosa. Behaviour Research & Therapy, 37, 1-13. [PDF]
FAIRBURN, C.G., COOPER, Z., DOLL, H.A. & WECH, S.L (1999). Risk factors for anorexia nervosa : three integrated case-control comparisons. Archives of General Psychiatry, 56 (5), 468-476. [PDF]
FAIRBURN, C.G., COOPER, Z. & SHAFRAN, R. (2003). Cognitive behaviour therapy for eating disorders : a "transdiagnostic" theory and treatment. Behavior Research & Therapy, 41 (5), 509-528. [PDF]
FAIRBURN, C.G., COOPER, Z., DOLL, H.A. & DAVIES, B.A. (2005). Identifying dieters who will develop an eating disorder : a prospective, population-based study. American Journal of Psychiatry, 162 (12), 2249-2255. [PDF]
FAIRBURN, C.G. & COOPER, Z. (2011). Eating disorders, DSM-5 and clinical reality. British Journal of Psychiatry, 198, 8-10. [PDF]
 
DUDEK, J., OSTASZEWSKI, P. & MALICKI, S. (2014). Transdiagnostic models of eating disorders and therapeutic methods: the example of Fairburn's cognitive behavior therapy and acceptance and commitment therapy. Annals of Psychology, 17 (1), 25-39 [PDF]
Faire du pouce : Hitchhiking.

  CRASSWLLER, P., GORDON, M. & TEDFORD, W. (1972). An experimental investigation of hitchhiking. Journal of Psychology, 82, 43-47.
SNYDER, M., GRETHER J. & KELLER, K. (1974). Staring and compliance : A field experiment on hitchhiking. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 4, 165-170.
MORGAN, C., LOCKARD, J., FAHRENBRUCH, C. & SMITH, J. (1975). Hitchhiking : Social signals at a distance. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 5, 459-461.
GUÉGUEN, N. (2001). Effect of humor on hitchhiking : a field experiment. North American Journal of Psychology, 3, 369-376. [PDF]
MARTIN, N. (2002). Hitch-hiking : A pointer. The Psychologist, 15 (4), 200. [PDF]
Faisabilité : Qui possède les caractéristiques d'une chose ou d'un projet que l'on peut réaliser sans trop de difficulté. Faisabilité et étude de faisabilité. = possible. Feasibility.

  BEIDEL, D.C., NEAL, A.M. & LEDERER, A.S. (1991). The feasibility and validity of a daily diary for the assessment of anxiety in children. Behavior Therapy, 22, 505-517.
Faisceau (neural) : Groupe d'axones entrelacés formant une voie ou un circuit qui conduit l'influx neurveux du cerveau d'un point A à un point B. = faisceau cérébral. Bundle.


Faisceau
Faisceau médian du téléencéphale Faisceau pyramidal  
 


   
Faisceau médian du téléencéphale : Faisceau de neurone qui relie l'aire tegmentale ventrale au noyau accumbens. Middle forbrain bundle, MFB.

 
STEIN, L. & WISE, C.D. (1969). Release of norepinephrine from hypothalamus and amygdala by rewarding medial forebrain bundle stimulation and amphetamine. Journal of Comparative & Physiological Psychology, 67, 189-198.
Faisceau pyramidal : Voie constituée des axones moteurs cortico-spinaux, qui transmettent l'influx neurveux du cortex moteur jusqu'aux motoneurones/interneurones de la moelle épinière.Faisceau pyramidal, mouvement et motricité. = système pyramidal.

   
Fait : Tout phénomène observé directement (grâce aux sens) ou indirectement (grâce à un instrument de mesure). Fact.

Type de fait
Fait brut Fait historique Fait scientifique
 

  SCHLICK, M. (1935). Facts and propositions. Analysis, 2, 65-70. MACHADO, A., LOURENÇO, O. & SILVA, F.J. (2000). Facts, concepts, and theories : The shape of psychology's epistemic triangle. Behavior & Philosophy, 28, 1-40. [PDF]
PENNEY, R.K. (1960). On a distinction between fact versus value in child psychology. Ontario Psychological Association Quarterly, 13, 92-94. KILLEEN, P.R. (2003). The yins and yangs of science. Behavior & Philosophy, 31, 251-258. [PDF]
DAVIDSON, D. (1969). True to the facts. The Journal of Philosophy, 66, 748-64. [PDF]  WAKEFIELD, J.C. (2006). Fait et valeur dans le concept de trouble mental : le trouble en tant que dysfonction préjudiciable. Philosophiques, 33 (1), 37-63. [PDF]
TAYLOR, S.E. & BROWN, J.D. (1994). Positive illusions and well-being revisited separating fact from fiction. Psychological Bulletin, 116 (1), 21-27. [PDF] ZLOMKIEWICZ, A. (2006). Menstrual synchrony : Fact or artifact ? Human Nature, 17 (4), 419-432. [PDF]
Fait brut : Fait observé dans le cadre d'une recherche scientifique. Un fait brut ne devient scientifique que s'il peut être reproduit dans le cadre d'autres recherches.

 
Faits de Langue : Revue scientifique qui se consacre aux langues et à la communication.
VAUCLAIR, J. (2011). Du geste à la parole. De la communication des primates au langage humain. Faits de Langue, 37, 85-96.

Fait historique : Fait dont l'existence et le déroulement a été narré par les acteurs ou les témoins de l'époque. Fait historique, enseignement de l'histoire et histoire.

  BECKER, C.L. (1955). What are historical facts ? The Western Political Quarterly, 8 (3), 327-340. [PDF]
Fait scientifique : Fait observé à maintes reprises dans un le milieu naturel ou reproduit artificiellement en laboratoire dans des conditions rigoureuses, au moyen de la méthode scientifique. Élément de la connaissance scientifique qui permet de tester les théories. Le fait scientifique est la prise de conscience objective (mesure) d'un phénomène. = savoir scientifique, connaissance scientifique. Scientific fact.

  WAXMAN, S.R. & BOOTH, A.E. (2000). Principles that are invoked in the acquisition of words, but not facts. Cognition, 77, B33-B43. [PDF]
MACHADO, A., LOURENÇO, O. & SILVA, F.J. (2000). Facts, concepts, and theories : The shape of psychology's epistemic triangle. Behavior & Philosophy, 28, 1-40. [PDF]
KILLEEN, P.R. (2003). The yins and yangs of science . Behavior & Philosophy, 31, 251-258. [PDF]
KROSNICK, J.A., MALHOTRA, N. & MITTAL, U. (2014). Public misunderstanding of political facts : how question wording affected estimates of partisan differences in birtherism. Public Opinion Quarterly, 78, 147-165.
Falaise visuelle : Test et dispositif expérimental qui permet de vérifier la perception de la profondeur chez le nourrisson et chez les animaux. Visual cliff.


 
WALK, R.D. & GIBSON, E.J. & TIGHE, T.J. (1957). Behavior of light- and dark-reared rats on a visual cliff. Science, 126, 80-81. RICHARDS, J.E. & RADER, N. (1981). Crawling-onset age predicts visual cliff avoidance in infants. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Human Perception and Performance, 7, 382-387.
GIBSON, E.J. & WALK, R.D. (1960). The "visual cliff". Scientific American, 202, 67-71 MORRISON, P.R. (1982). Distance cues and depth avoidance on the visual cliff. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 54, 1195-1198.
ROSENBLUM, L.A. & CROSS, H.A. (1963). Performance of neonatal monkeys in the visual cliff situation. American Journal of Psychology, 76, 318-320. SORCE, J.F., EMDE, R.N., CAMPOS, J.J. & KLINNERT, M.D. (1985). Maternal emotional signaling : Its effects on the visual cliff behavior of 1-year-olds. Developmental Psychology, 21, 195-200.
O'SULLIVAN, D.J. & SPEAR, N.E. (1964). Comparison of hooded and albino rats on the visual cliff. Psychonomic Science, 1, 87-88. EPPLER, M.A., SATTERWHITE, T., WENDT, J. & BRUCE, K. (1997). Infants' responses to a visual cliff and other ground surfaces. In M.A. Schmuckler & J.M. Kennedy (Eds.), Studies in perception and action IV (pp. 219-222). Mahway, NJ : Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
ROUTTENBERG, A. & GLICKMAN, S.E. (1964). Visual cliff behavior in albino and hooded rats.Journal of Comparative & Physiological Psychology, 58 (1), 140-142.  
TRYCHIN, S. & WALK, R.D. (1964). A study of the depth perception of monocular hooded rats on the visual cliff. Psychonomic Science, 1, 53-54. ADOLPH, K.E. (2000). Specificity of learning : Why infants fall over a veritable cliff. Psychological Science, 11, 290-295. [PDF]
BOURASSA, C.M., YAJIMA, K. & LEONARD, H.A. (1968).Effects of partial and total cerebellar ablations on visual cliff performance in the hooded rat. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 65, 167-169.  
LORE, R. & SAWATSKI, D. (1969). Performance of binocular and monocular infant rats on the visual cliff. Journal of Comparative & Physiological Psychology, 67, 177-181. WITHERINGTON, D.C., CAMPOS, J.J., ANDERSON, D.I., LEJEUNE, L. & SEAH, E. (2005). Avoidance of heights on the visual cliff in newly walking infants. Infancy, 7, 285-290.
SOMERVILL, J.W., & SHARATT, S. (1970). Retinal size in the visual cliff situation. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 31, 903-911.  
CAMPOS, J.J., LANGER, A. & KROWITZ, A. (1970). Cardiac responses on the visual cliff in prelocomotor human infants. Science, 170, 196-197. LEJEUNE, L., ANDERSON, D.I., CAMPOS, J.J., WITHERINGTON, D.C., UCHIAYAMA, I. & BARBU-ROTH, M. (2005). Avoidance of heights on the visual cliff in newly walking infants. Infancy, 7 (3), 285-298.
SOMERVILL, J.W. (1971). Motion parallax in the visual cliff situation. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 32, 43- 53.  
WALSH, J.M. & GURALNICK, M.J. (1971). The effects of epinephrine and chlorpromazine on visual cliff behavior in hooded and albino rats. Psychonomic Science, 23, 1-3. ADOLPH, K.E. & KRETCH, K.S. (2012). Infants on the edge : Beyond the visual cliff. In A. Slater & P. Quinn (Eds.), Refreshing developmental psychology. London : SAGE Publications. [PDF]
CAMPOS, J.J., HIATT, S., RAMSAY, D., HENDERSON, C. & SVEJDA, M. (1978). The emergence of fear on the visual cliff. In M. Kewis & L. Rosenblum (Eds.), The development of affect (pp. 149-182). New York : Plenum. KRETCH, K.S. & ADOLPH, K.E. (2013). Cliff or step ? Posture-specific learning at the edge of a drop-off. Child Development, 84, 226-240. [PDF]
Voir aussi Walk et Gibson
 
Falardeau Guy ( ) : Politologue québécois, concepteur de site internet pédagogique et professeur de science politique au Collège Bois-de-Boulogne à Montréal. Collaborateur de Boudreau.
 
 
 
 
 
Fallon Brian A. ( ) : Psychiatre américain et spécialiste de l'étude de l'hypocondrie.
FALLON, B.A., JAVITCH, J.A., HOLLANDER, E. & LIEBOWITZ, M.R. (1991). Hypochondriasis and obsessive compulsive disorder : Overlaps in diagnosis and treatment. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 52, 457-560.
FALLON, B.A., LIEBOWITZ, M.R., CAMPEAS, R., SCHNEIER, F.R., MARSHALL, R., DAVIES, S., GOETZ, D. & KLEIN, D.F. (1998). Intravenous clomipramine for OCD refractory to oral clomipramine : a controlled study. Archives of General Psychiatry, 55, 918-924.
FALLON, B.A., QURESHI, A.I., LAJE, G. & KLEIN, B (2000). Hypochondriasis and its relationship to obsessive-compulsive disorder. Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 23, 605-616.
FALLON, B.A. (2001). Pharmacologic strategies for hypochondriasis. In V. Starcevic & D.R. Lipsitt (Eds.), Hypochondriasis : Modern perspectives on an ancient malady (pp. 329-351). New York : Oxford.
FALLON, B.A., PETKOVA, E., SKRITSKAYA, N., SANCHEZ-LACAY, A., SCHNEIER, F., VERMES, D., CHENG, J. & LIEBOWITZ, M.R. (2008). A double-masked placebo-controlled study of fluoxetine for hypochondriasis. Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology, 28, 638-645.
Falsifier/Falsifiable : Selon Popper, propriété nécessaire d'une hypothèse scientifique ou d'un énoncé universel, formulé de telle manière à pouvoir être contredit par un énoncé singulier. EX: Tous les rockers sont immortels (énoncé universel) peut être contredit par Kurt Cobain est mort (énoncé singulier). /infalsifiable.
  POPPER, K.R. (1934/84). The logic of scientific discovery / La logique de la découverte scientifique. Paris : Payot.
POPPER, K.R. (1963). Conjectures and refutations : The growth of scientific knowledge. Routledge.
Voir aussi Popper et Hypothèse scientifique
Falsification : Le terme a deux sens : a) Opération logique proposée par Popper et qui consiste à démontrer qu'un énoncé universel est faux, car contredit par un énoncé singulier. EX: Tous les éléphants vivent en Afrique (énoncé universel) est contredit par il existe un éléphant en Asie (énoncé singulier). Falsifiability.b) Le mot désigne également la modification et la fabrication volontaires de données faites par un chercheur dans le but de tromper ses lecteurs, de publier un article-bidon, d'obtenir des subventions. Falsification, tricherie en science et fraude scientifique. = tricher, trafiquer ses données. Fabricate and falsify research.
  a
POPPER, K.R. (1934/84). The Logic of scientific discovery / La logique de la découverte scientifique. Paris : Payot.
GROOT, A.D. (1950). Some preliminary remarks to a methodology of psychological interpretation : On "falsification". Acta psychologica, 7, 196-224.
RAKOVE, S.S. (1981). Social psychological theory and falsification. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin, 7, 123-130.
THOMPSON, N.S. (1981). Toward a falsifiable theory of evolution. In P.P.G. Bateson and P.H. Klopfer (Eds.), Perspectives in ethology (pp. 51-73). Plenum Publishing.
McDOWELL, J.J. (1986). On the falsifiability of matching theory. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 45 (1), 63-74. [PDF]
CREASE, R. (2002). Finding the flaw in falsifiability. Physics World, 15-17
Voir aussi Popper et Hypothèse scientifique
b
FANELLI, D. (2009). How many scientists fabricate and falsify research ? A systematic review and meta-analysis of survey data. PLoS ONE, 4 (5), 1-11. [PDF]
Voir aussi Fraude scientifique, Article-bidon Tricherie en science et Auteur anonyme
Faludi Susan (1959-) : Journaliste et esayiste féministe américaine.
FALUDI, S. (1991). Backlash : The undeclared war against American women. Crown.
FALUDI, S. (2000). Stiffed : The betrayal of the American man. Harper Perennial.
 
 
FAMILLE - FANTASME - FANTINO - FANTZ - FARLEY - FATIGUE - FAUSTO-STERLING - FAUX - FAV - FAVELL - FAWCETT - FAZIO - FDA - FE
Familiarité : État cognitif d'un sujet qui, en présence d'un objet déjà vu, reconnaît au moins l'une de ses propriétés ou une caractéristique qui lui est associée (lieu, autre objet, moment, etc), mais sans pouvoir les nommer. = effet de familiarité, déjà-vu. /nouveauté. Familiarity.

  TAFT, R. (1959). Ethnic stereotypes, attitudes, and familiarity : Australia. Journal of Social Psychology, 49, 177-186. WHITTLESEA, B.W.A. & WILLIAMS, L.D. (2000). The source of feelings of familiarity : The discrepancy-attribution hypothesis. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 26, 547-565.
ROSNOW, R.L. & GOLDSTEIN, J.H. (1967). Familiarity, salience, and the order of presentation in communication. Journal of Social Psychology, 73, 97-110. WHITTLESEA, B.W.A. & WILLIAMS, L.D. (2001). The discrepancy-attribution hypothesis : II. Expectation, uncer- tainty, surprise, and feelings of familiarity. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 27, 14–33.
MILLER, R.R. & MISANIN, J.R. (1969). Critique of electroconvulsive shock-induced retrograde amnesia : Analysis of the familiarization effect. Communications in Behavioral Biology, 4, 255-256. YONELINAS, A.P. (2002). The nature of recollection and familiarity : A review of 30 years of research. Journal of Memory & Language, 46, 441-517.
GAERTNER, S.L. & SEIDENBERG, B. (1971). Familiarity and value effects upon stereoscopic word recognition. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 32, 703-708.  
TAJFEL, H. (1974). Familiarity and categorization in intergroup behavior, Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 10, 159-170. CORNEILLE, O., KLEIN, O., LAMBERT, S. & JUDD, C.M. (2002). On the role of familiarity with units of measurement in categorical accentuation : Tajfel and Wilkes (1963) revisited and replicated. Psychological Science, 13 (4), 380-383.
McCLELLAND, J.L. & MOSER, M.C. (1986). Perceptual interactions in two-word displays : Familiarity and similarity effects. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Human Perception & Performance, 12, 18-35. BAUDOIN, J.-Y., SANSONE, S. & TIBERGHIEN, G. (2002). Visual masking effect of familiarity on facial expression processing. Current Psychology Letters, 7, 71-85.
PASHLER, H. (1988). Familiarity and the detection of change in visual displays. Perception & Psychophysics, 44, 369-378. [PDF] VERDE, M.F. & ROTELLO, M.C. (2003). Does familiarity change in the revelation effect ? Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory & Cognition, 29, 739-746. [PDF]
NAIRNE, J.S. & WIDNER, R.L. (1988). Familiarity and lexicality as determinants of the generation effect. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 14 (4), 694-699. RHODES, M.G. & KELLEY, C.M. (2003). The ring of familiarity : False familiarity due to rhyming primes in item and associative recognition. Journal of Memory & Language, 48, 581-595. [PDF]
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WHITTLESEA, B.W.A., JACOBY, L.L. & GIRARD, K. (1990). Illusions of immediate memory : Evidence of an attributional basis for feelings of familiarity and perceptual quality. Journal of Memory & Language, 29, 716-732. McKENSIE, W. & TIBERGHIEN, G. (2004). Context effects in recognition memory : The role of familiarity and recollection. Consciousness & Cognition, 13 (1), 20-38.
MITCHELL, R.W. & THOMPSON, N.S. (1990). The effects of familiarity on dog-human play. Anthrozoos, 4 (1), 24–43. PESKIN, M. & NEWELL, F. (2004). Familiarity breeds attraction : Effects of exposure on the attractiveness of typical and distinctive faces. Perception, 33, 147-157.
REDER, L.M. & RITTER, F. (1992). What determines initial feeling of knowing ? Familiarity with question terms, not with the answer. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 18 (3), 435-451. [PDF] SCOTT, R.B. & DIENES, Z. (2008). The conscious, the unconscious, and familiarity. Journal of Experimental Psychology-Learning Memory & Cognition, 34(5), 1264-1288.
WHITTLESEA, B.W.A. (1993). Illusions of familiarity. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 19, 1235-1253. CLEARY, A.M. (2008). Recognition memory, familiarity, and déjà vu. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 17 (5), 353-357. [PDF]
METCALFE, J., SCHWARTZ, B.L. & JOAQUIM, S.G. (1993). The cue-familiarity heuristic in metacognition. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Learning, Memory & Cognition, 19, 851-861. [PDF]  
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SHIFFRIN, R.M., HUBER, D.E. & MARINELLI, K. (1995). Effects of category length and strength on familiarity in recognition. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 21, 267-287.  
GULATI, R. (1995). Does familiarity breed trust ? The implications of repeated ties for contractual choice in alliances. Academy of Management Journal, 38 (1), 85-112. WAN, L.L., DIENES, Z. & FU, X.L. (2008). Intentional control based on familiarity in artificial grammar learning. Consciousness & Cognition, 17 (4), 1209-1218.
DEWHURST, S.A. & HITCH, G.J. (1997). Illusions of familiarity caused by cohort activation. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 4, 566–571. VERDE, M.F., STONE, L.K., HATCH, H.S. & SCHNALL, S. (2010). Distinguishing between mnemonic and attributional sources of familiarity : Positive emotion bias as a case study. Memory & Cognition, 38, (2), 142-153. [PDF]
YONELINAS, A.P. (1997). Recognition memory ROCs for item and associative information : The contribution of recollection and familiarity. Memory & Cognition, 25, 747-763. WANG, W.-C. & YONELINAS, A.P. (2012). Familiarity is related to conceptual implicit memory : An examination of individual differences. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 19, 1154-1164. [PDF]
WHITTLESEA, B.W.A. & WILLIAMS, L.D. (1998). Why do strangers feel familiar, but friends don't ? A discrepancy-attribution account of feelings of familiarity. Acta Psychologica, 98, 141-165. INGRAM, K.M., MICKES, L. & WIXTED, J.T. (2012). Recollection can be weak and familiarity can be strong. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 38, 325-339. [PDF]
HINTZMAN, D.L., CAULTON, D.A. & LEVITIN, D.J. (1998). Retrieval dynamics in recognition and list discrimination : Further evidence of separate processes of familiarity and recall. Memory & Cognition, 26, 449-462. MICKES, L., SEARLE-CARLISLE, T.M. & WIXTED, J.T. (2013). Rethinking familiarity : Remember/Know judgments in free recall. Journal of Memory & Language, 68, 333-349. [PDF]
YONELINAS, A.P., KROLL, N.E.A., DOBBINS, I.G. & SOLTANI, M. (1999). Recognition memory for faces: When familiarity supports associative recognition judgments. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 6, 654–661.  
HOCKLEY, W.E. & CONSOLI, A. (1999). Familiarity and recollection in item and associative recognition. Memory & Cognition, 27, 657–664.  
Voir aussi Test du miroir et Reconnaissance.
Famille : Organisation informelle composée d'au moins un parent et d'au moins un enfant. Famille et parent. = cellule familiaile. ( ): Voir tableau. Family, the nest.

Famille
Conflit au sein de la famille Taille de la famille Famille maltraitante
Conflit famille-travail Famille adoptive Famille monoparentale
Influence de la famille Famille homosexuelle Famille taxinomique
 

  ARTHUR, W.D. (1926). The relation of IQ to position in family. Journal of Educational Psychology, 17, 541-550. COWAN, C., COWAN, P.A., HEMING, G. & MILLER, N.B. (1991). Becoming a family : Marriage, parenting, and child development. In P.A. Cowan & E.M. Hetherington (Eds.), Family transitions (pp. 79-110). Hillsdale, NJ : Erlbaum.
LENTZ, T. (1927). Relation of IQ to size of family. Journal of Educational Psychology, 18, 486-496. RETHERFORD, R.D. & SEWELL, W.H. (1991). Intelligence and family size reconsidered. American Sociological Review, 56 (2), 141-158. [PDF]
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Voir aussi Parent et Enfant
Famille (Conflit au sein de la...) : Marital conflict.

  JULIEN, D., TREMBLAY, N., BÉLANGER, I., DUBÉ, M., BÉGIN, J. & BOUTHILLIER, D. (2000). Interaction structure of husbands and wives disclosure of marital conflict to their best friend. Journal of Family Psychology, 14, 286-303.
LE BOURDAIS, C., NEILL, G. & VACHON, N. (2000). Family disruption in Canada : Impact of the changing patterns of family formation and of female employment. Canadian Studies in Population, 27 (1), 85-105.
BOOTH, A. & AMATO, P.R. (2001). Parental predivorce relations and offspring postdivorce well-being. Journal of Marriage & Family, 63, 197-212.
AHRONS, C.R. (2007). Family ties after divorce : Long-term implications for children. Family Process, 46 (1), 53-65.
Famille (Conflit travail-...) : Voir Conflit travail-famille.
Famille (Influence de la...) : L'influence de la famille sur l'enfant se fait sentir dans de nombreux domaines, notamment : le développement psychologique, la croissance, l'apprentissage du langage et des habiletés sociales, la réussiste scolaire et le choix de carrière. = influence parentales, encadrement parental. Parental influence, influence of the family.

  MERCY, J. & STEELMAN, L. (1982). Familial influence on the intellectual attainment of children. American Sociological Review, 47, 532-542. TAYLOR, L.C., HINTON, I.D. & WILSON, M.N. (1995). Parental influences on academic performance in African-American students. Journal of Child & Family Studies, 4 (3), 293-302.
KLESGES, R.C., COATES, T.J., BROWN, G., STURGEON-TILLISCH, J., MOLDENHAUER-KLESGES, L.M., HOLZER, B., WOOLFREY, J. & VOLLMER, J. (1983). Parental influences on children's eating behavior and relative weight. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 16 (4), 371-378. [PDF] GOLOMBOK, S. & TASKER, F. (1996). Do parents influence the sexual orientation of their children ? Findings from a longitudinal study of lesbian families. Developmental Psychology, 32 (1), 3-11.
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Voir aussi Parent, Implication parentale, Encadrement/Disicpline parental
 
Famille (Taille de la...) : Relation entre le nombre d'enfants au sein d'une famille et certains facteurs psychologiques, comme l'intelligence, la réussite scolaire et le choix de carrière. Taille de la famille et ordre de naissance. Family size.

  ANASTASI, A. (1956). Intelligence and family size. Psychological Bulletin, 53 (3), 187-209. RETHERFORD, R.D. & SEWELL, W.H. (1991). Intelligence and family size reconsidered. American Sociological Review, 56 (2), 141-158. [PDF]
DE, B., SINGH, R. & SINHA, P. (1971). A note on family size, birth order, and intelligence. Journal of Psychological Researches, 15, 45-47. DOWNEY, D.B. (1995). When bigger is not better : Family size, parental resources, and children's educational performance. American Sociological Review, 60 (5), 746-761.
ZAJONC, R.B. (1976). Family configuration and intelligence. Science, 192, 227-236. RODGERS, J.L., CLEVELAND, H.H., VAN DEN OORD, E. & ROWE, D.C. (2000). Resolving the debate over birth order, family size and intelligence. American Psychologist, 55 (6), 599-612.
SCHUBERT, D.S.P., WAGNER, M.E. & SCHUBERT, H.J.P. (1977). Family constellation and creativity : First born predominance among classical music composers. Journal of Psychology, 95, 147-149. DOWNEY, D.B. (2001). Number of siblings and intellectual development : The resource dilution explanation. American Psychologist, 56 (6/7), 497-504.
PAGE, E.B. & GRANDON, G. (1979). Family configuration and mental ability : Two theories contrasted with U.S. data. American Educational Research Journal, 16, 257-272. BLACK, S.E., DEVEREUX, P.J. & SALVANES, K.G. (2005). The more the merrier ? The effect of family siize and birth order on children's education. Quarterly Journal of Economics, 120 (2), 669-700. [PDF]
BLAKE, J. (1981). Family size and the quality of children. Demography, 18, 421-442. BJERKEDAL, T., KRISTENSEN, P., SKJERET, G.A. & BREVIK, J.I. (2007). Intelligence test scores and birth order among young Norwegian men (conscripts) analyzed within and between families. Intelligence, 35, 503-514.
  BLACK, S.E., DEVEREUX, P.J. & SALVANES, K.G. (2010). Small family, smart family ? Family size and the IQ scores of young men. The Journal of Human Resources, 45 (1), 33-58. [PDF]
BLAKE, J. (1989). Family size and achievement. Los Angeles, CA : University of California Press. KANAZAWA, S. (2012). Intelligence, birth order, and family size. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin, 38 (9), 1157-1164. [PDF]
  Voir aussi Ordre des naissances
Famille (taxinomique) : EX: Les félins. Voir Rangs taxinomiques.

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Famille adoptive : Famille adoptive, enfant adopté et jumeaux séparés. Adoptive family.

  DUYME, M. (1981). Les enfants abandonnés: rôle des familles adoptives et des assistantes maternelles. (Monographies françaises de Psychologie). Paris: Edition du CNRS.
TIENARI, P. & WYNNE, L.C. (1994). Adoption studies of schizophrenia. Annals of Medicine, 26 (4), 233-237.
WAHLBERG, K.-E., WYNNE, L.C., OJA, H., KESKITALO, P., PYKÄLÄINEN, L., LAHTI, I., MORING, J., NAARALA, M., SORRI, A., SEITAMAA, M., LÄKSY, K., KOLASSA, J. & TIENARI, P. (1997). Gene-environment interaction in vulnerability to schizophrenia : Findings from the Finnish adoptive family study of schizophrenia. American Journal of Psychiatry, 154, 355-362. [PDF]
TIENARI, P., WYNNE, L.C., MORING, J. & LAHTI, I. (2004). The Finnish adoptive family study of schizophrenia : Implications for family research.The British Journal of Psychiatry, 164 (S23), 20-26. [PDF]
JOSEPH, J. (1999). A critique of the Finnish adoptive family Study of Schizophrenia.Journal of Mind & Behavior, 20, 133-154. [PDF]
TIENARI, P., WYNNE, L.C., SORRI, A., LAHTI, I., LÄKSY, K., MORING, J., NAARALA, M., NIEMINEN, P. & WAHLBERG, K.-E. (2004). Genotype-environment interaction in schizophrenia-spectrum disorder : Long-term follow-up study of Finnish adoptees. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 184, 216-222. [PDF]
Voir aussi Enfant adopté et Jumeaux séparés
Famille homosexuelle : Famille composée de deux mères ou deux pères homosexuels. Lesbian and gay families, same-sex families.

  GOLOMBOK, S. & TASKER, F. (1994). Children in lesbian and gay families : Theories and evidence. Annual Review of Sex Research, 5 (1), 73-100.  
TASKER, F. & GOLOMBOK, S. (1995). Adults raised as children in lesbian families. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 65 (2), 203-215.  
PATTERSON, C.J. & REDDING, R. (1996). Lesbian and gay families with children : Public policy implications of social science research. Journal of Social Issues, 52, 29-50. BOS, H., VAN BALEN, F., VAN DEN BOOM, D. (2004). Experience of parenthood, couple relationship, social support, and child-rearing goals in planned lesbian mother families. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 45 (4), 755-764.
GOLOMBOK, S. & TASKER, F. (1996). Do parents influence the sexual orientation of their children? Findings from a longitudinal study of lesbian families. Developmental Psychology, 32 (1), 3-11. BOS, H., VAN BALEN, F., VAN DEN BOOM, D. & SANDFORT, T.G. (2004). Minority stress, experience of parenthood and child adjustment in lesbian families. Journal of Reproductive & Infant Psychology, 22 (4), 291-304.
PATTERSON, C.J., HURT, S. & MASON, C.D. (1998). Families of the lesbian baby boom: Children's contacts with grandparents and other adults. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 68, 390 - 399. CROUCH, S.R., WATERS, E., McNAIR, R., POWER, J. & DAVIS, E. (2012). ACHESS - The Australian study of child health in same-sex families : background research, design and methodology. BMC Public Health, 12: 646, 1-9. [PDF]
PATTERSON, C.J. & D'AUGELLI, A.R. (Eds.) (1998). Lesbian, gay and bisexual identities in families : Psychological perspectives. New York : Oxford University Press.  
GOLOMBOK, S. (1999). Lesbian and gay families. In A. Bainham, S. Day Sclater & M. Richards (Eds.), What is a parent ? Oxford.  
Voir aussi Famille, Parent homosexuel et Homosexualité
Famille maltraitante : Famille dont les enfants sont victimes de maltraitance ou de violence de la part d'un ou des parents. Maltreating family.

  YAMA, M.F., TOVEY, S.L. & FOGAS, B.S. (1993). Childhood family environment and sexual abuse as predictors of anxiety and depression in adult women. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 63, 136-141.
MARGOLIN, G. & GORDIS, E.B. (2000). The effects of family and community violence on children. Annual Review of Psychology, 51, 445-479.
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TARABULSY, G.M., PASCUZZO, K., MOSS, E., ST-LAURENT, D., BERNIER, A. & CYR, C. (2008). Attachment-based interventions for maltreating families. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 78, 322-332.
MOSS, E., TARABULSY, G.M., ST-LAURENT, D., BERNIER, A. et CYR, C. (2007). L'intervention auprès des familles maltraitantes fondée sur les principes de l'attachement. Dans C. Chamberlain, S. Léveillé & N. Trocme (Eds.), Enfants à protéger : parents à aider - des univers à rapprocher. Québec : Les Presses de l'Université du Québec.
KENNEDY, A.C., BYBEE, D., SULLIVAN, C.M. & GREESON, M. (2010). The impact of family and community violence on children's depression trajectories : Examining the interactions of violence exposure, family social support, and gender. Journal of Family Psychology, 24 (2), 197-207. [PDF]
Voir aussi Famille, Violence familiale, Syndrome de l'enfant battu et Maltraitance
 
 
Famille monoparentale : Famille composée d'un seul parent. Cet état de fait résulte la plupart du temps d'un divorce ou d'une séparation, ou de la mort de l'un des deux conjoints/époux. = monoparentalité. Single parent.

  MILNE, A.M., MEYERS, D.E., ROSENTHAL, A.S. & GINSBURG, A. (1986). Single parents, working mothers, and the educational achievement of elementary school children. Sociology of Education, 59, 125-39.
SUNDEEN, R.A. (1990). Family life course status and volunteer behavior : Implications for the single parent. Sociological Perspectives, 33, 483-500.
MALO, C. (1994). Ex-partner, family, friends, and other relationships : Their role within the social network of long-term single mothers. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 24, 60-81.
DEVAULT, A. et BOUCHARD, C. (1996). Difficultés vécues et stratégies de résolution de problèmes : une comparaison entre pères et mères de familles monoparentales. Revue Québécoise de Psychologie, 17 (3), 5-23.
RICCIUTI, H.N. (2004). Single parenthood, achievement, and problem behavior in White, Black, and Hispanic children. Journal of Educational Research, 97, 196-206.
Famille taxinomique : Voir Rang taxinomique.

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  Embranchement  
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  Famille  
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  Population    


  BURNIE, D. (Dir.) (2001). Animal. Londres : Dorling Kindersley / Le règne animal. Saint-Laurent : Erpi.
Family Process : Revue scientifique multidisciplinaire qui consacre ses pages à l'étude de la famille. Éditeur : Wiley.
AHRONS, C.R. (2007). Family ties after divorce : Long-term implications for children. Family Process, 46 (1), 53-65.

Family Relations : Revue scientifique multidisciplinaire qui consacre ses pages à l'étude de la famille. Éditeur : Wiley.
EMERY, R.E. (1995). Divorce mediation : Negotiating agreements and renegotiating relationships. Family Relations, 44, 377-383.

Fanelli Daniele ( ) : Éthologiste, épistémologue et méthodologiste italien, spécialisé dans l'étude des biais scientifiques. Collaborateur de Ioannidis.
FANELLI, D. (2009). How many scientists fabricate and falsify research ? A systematic review and meta-analysis of survey data. PLoS ONE, 4 (5), 1-11. [PDF]
FANELLI, D. (2010). Do pressures to publish increase scientists' bias ? An empirical support from US States data. PLoS ONE, 5 (4), 1-7. [PDF]
FANELLI, D. (2010). "Positive" results increase down the hierarchy of the sciences. PLoS ONE, 5(4), 1-8. [PDF]
FANELLI, D. (2012). Negative results are disappearing from most disciplines and countries. Scientometrics, 90, 891-904. [PDF]
FANELLI, D., COSTAS, R. & IOANNIDIS, J.P.A. (2017). Meta-assessment of bias in science. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 114 (14), 3714-3719. [PDF]
Fantaisie : Phantasy.

  MILNER, M. (1945). Some aspects of phantasy in relation to general psychology. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 26, 143-52.
ISAACS, S.S. (1948). On the nature and function of phantasy. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 29, 73-97.
SEGAL, H. (1964). Phantasy and other mental processes. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 45, 191-194.
CRÉPAULT, C. & COUTURE, M. (1980). Men's erotic fantasies. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 9, 565-581.
HAYMAN, A. (1989). What do we mean by phantasy ? International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 70, 105-114.
 
Fantasme : De l'allemand phantasie, terme forgé par Freud à partir de deux mots, phantasme (hallucination) et fantaisie (grande capacité à imaginer). Le fantasme est donc une image ou une idée qui provoque un désir ou une excitation sexuelle. Fantasy, phantasy, Unconscious fantasy.

  ISAACS, S.S. (1948). Nature et fonction du fantasme/phantasme. Dans (1966), Développements de la psychanalyse (p. 64-114.). Paris : Presses Universitaires de France. GOLD, S.R. & CLEGG, C L. (1990). Sexual fantasies of college students with coercive experiences and coercive attitudes. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 5, 464-473.
ARLOW, J.A. (1969). Unconscious fantasy and disturbances of conscious experience. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 38, 1- 27. QUINODOZ, J.M. (2001). Figurabilité, fantasme inconscient et formes de symbolisation dans les rêves. Revue Française de Psychanalyse, 65, 1373-1378.
WILSON, G. (1978). The secrets of sexual fantasy. London : J. M. Dent & Sons. DORAIS, M. (2004). La mémoire du désir - Du traumatisme au fantasme. Éditions TYPO.
PERRON-BORELLI, M. et PERRON, R. (1987). Fantasme et action. Revue française de psychanalyse, 51, 539-636. WILLIAMS, K.M., COOPER, B.S., HOWELL, T.M., YUILLE, J.C. & PAULHUS, D.L. (2009). Inferring sexually deviant behavior from corresponding fantasies : The role of personality and pornography consumption. Criminal Justice & Behavior, 36 (2), 198-222.
Voir aussi Phantasme
Fantino Edmund (1939-2015) : Psychologue béhavioriste et mathématicien américain d'origine italienne. Il s'intéresse notamment aux comportements de choix (Delay-reduction hypothesis), aux comportemens irrationnels et à la prise de décision. Collaborateur de Branch, Cole, Davison, Dunn, Hernnstein, Hursh, Killeen, Lattal, Logan, Mazur, Moore, Reynolds, Shull, Williams et Wixted.
FANTINO, E. (1967). Preference for mixed- versus fixed-ratio schedules. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 10 (1), 35-43. [PDF]
FANTINO, E. & HERRNSTEIN, R.J. (1968). Secondary reinforcement and number of primary reinforcements. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 11 (1), 9-14. [PDF]
FANTINO, E. & PRESTON, R.A. (1988). Choice and foraging : the effects of accessibility on acceptability. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 50 (3), 395-403. [PDF]
FANTINO, E. (1998). Judgment and decision making : Behavioral approaches. The Behavior Analyst, 21, 203-218. [PDF]
FANTINO, E. & ROMANOVICH, P. (2007). The effect of conditioned reinforcement rate on choice : A review. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 87 (3), 409-421. [PDF]
 
KILLEEN, P.R. (2016). In Memoriam : Edmund Fantino (1939-2015). The Behavior Analyst, 39 (2), 351-352.
Fantôme : Phénomène paranormal.

   BAKER, R.A. (1986). How to bust a ghost. Skeptical Inquirer, 11 (1), 84-90.
IRWIN, H.J. (1989). The Guyra Ghost. Australian Institute of Parapsychological Research Bulletin, 13, 8-13.
 BAKER, R.A. & NICKELL, J. (1992). Missing pieces : How to investigate ghosts, ufos, psychics, & other mysteries. Amherst, New York : Prometheus Books.
Voir aussi Superstition, Sorcière et Monstre
Fantômes de la machine : Expression qui désigne la coexistence du corps et de l'esprit en une même entité, un même système. = deus ex machina, dualisme. Ghosts of the machine.

  KOESTKLER, A. (1968). The ghost in the machine. New York: Macmillan.
KOSSLYN, S.M. (1983). Ghosts in the mind's machine. New York : Norton.
MANDLER, G. (2006). Mind : Ghosts, machines, and concepts. In K. Pawlik & G. d'Ydewalle (Eds.), Conceptual history of psychology. London/Hove : Psychology Press.
Fantuzzo John W. ( ) : Psychologue béhavioriste américain, spécialisée dans l'étude de la maltraitance. Collaborateur de Atkins.
FANTUZZO, J.W. & LINQUIST, C.U. (1989). The effects of observing conjugal violence on children : A review and analysis of research methodology. Journal of Family Violence, 4, 77-94.
FANTUZZO, J.W. (1990). Behavioral treatment of the victims of child abuse and neglect. Behavior Modification, 14, 316-339.
FANTUZZO, J.W., DEPOALA, L.M., LAMBERT, L., MARTINO, T., ANGERSON, G. & SUTTON, S. (1991). Effects of interparental violence on the psychological adjustment and competencies of young children. Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology, 59 (2), 258-265.
FANTUZZO, J.W. & ATKINS, M.S. (1992). Applied behavior analysis for education : Teacher centered and classroom based. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 25 (1), 35-42. [PDF]
FANTUZZO, J.W. & MOHR, W.K. (1999). Prevalence and effects of child exposure to domestic violence. The Future of Children, 9, 21-32. [PDF]
Fantz Robert L. (1925-1981) : Psychologue cognitif américain, spécialisé dans l'étude du développement, plus particulièrement de la perception chez le nourrisson. Collaborateur de Fagan.

FANTZ, R.L. (1958). Pattern vision in young infants. Psychological Record, 8, 43-47.
FANTZ, R.L. (1961). The origin of form perception. Scientific American, 204 (5), 66-72.
FANTZ, R.L. (1963). Pattern vision in newborn infants. Science, 140, 296-297.
FANTZ, R.L. (1964). Visual experience in infants : Decreased attention to familiar patterns relative to novel ones. Science, 146, 668-670.
FANTZ, R.L. & NEVIS, S. (1967). Perceptual preferences and perceptual-cognitive development in early infancy. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 13, 77-108.
Faraone Stephen V. ( ) : Psychologue américain, spécialisé dans l'étude des déterminants biogénétiques du trouble du déficit d'ttention avec ou sans hyperactivité. Collaborateur de Biederman, Sergeant, Pennington, Wilens et Willcutt.
FARAONE, S.V., BIEDERMAN, J., KEENAN, K. & TSUANG, M.T. (1991). A family-genetic study of girls with DSM-III attention deficit disorder. American Journal of Psychiatry, 148, 112-117.
FARAONE, S.V., BIEDERMAN, J., SPENCER, T., WILENS, T., SEIDMAN, L.J., MICK, E. & DOYLE, A.E. (2000). Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder in adults : An overview. Biological Psychiatry, 48, 9-20. [PDF]
FARAONE, S.V., SERGEANT, J., GILLBERG C. & BIEDERMAN, J. (2003). The worldwide prevalence of ADHD : Is it an American condition ? World Psychiatry, 2, 104-113. [PDF]
FARAONE, S.V. & WILENS, T. (2003). Does stimulant treatment lead to substance use disorders Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 64 (S), 9-13. [PDF]
FARAONE, S.V., PERLIS, R.H., DOYLE, A.E., SMOLLER, J.W., GORALNICK, J.J., HOLMGREN, M.A. & SKAER, P. (2005). Molecular genetics of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Biological Psychiatry, 57 (11), 1313-1323. [PDF]
Faris Ellsworth (Salem 1874-1953) : Sociologue américain.
FARIS, E. (1914). The origin of punishment. International Journal of Ethics, 25, 54-67. [LIRE]
FARIS, E. (1921). Are instincts data or hypotheses ? American Journal of Sociology, 27, 184-198. [LIRE]
FARIS, E. (1925). The concept of social attitudes. Journal of Applied Sociology, 9, 404-409. [LIRE]
FARIS, E. (1926). The concept of imitation. American Journal of Sociology, 32, 367-378. [LIRE]
FARIS, E. (1936). Of psychological elements. American Journal of Sociology, 42,159-176. [LIRE]
 
ANONYME (1954).In Memoriam Ellsworth Faris, 1874-1953. American Journal of Sociology, 58, 470-471.
Farley Melissa ( ) : Psychologue et féministe américaine, spécialisée dans l'étude du syndrome post-traumatisme, de la prostitution et la violence faite aux femmes.
FARLEY, M., BARAL. I., KIREMIRE, M. & SEZGIN, U. (1998). Prostitution in five countries : Violence and posttraumatic stress disorder. Feminism & Psychology, 8 (4), 405-426.
FARLEY, M. & PATSALIDES, B.M. (2001). Physical symptoms, posttraumatic stress disorder, and healthcare utilization of women with and without childhood physical and sexual abuse. Psychological Reports, 89 (3), 595-606.
FARLEY, M., COTTON, A., LYNNE, J., ZUMBECK, S., SPIWAK, F., REYES, M.E., ALVAREZ, D. & SEZGIN, U. (2003). Prostitution and trafficking in 9 countries : Update on violence and posttraumatic stress disorder. Journal of Trauma Practice, 2 (3/4), 33-74. [PDF]
FARLEY, M. (2004). "Bad for the body, bad for the heart" : Prostitution harms women even if legalized or decriminalized. Violence Against Women, 10 (10), 1087-1125. [PDF]
FARLEY, M., MaCLEOD, J., ANDERSON, L. & GOLDING, J.M. (2011). Attitudes and social characteristics of men who buy sex in Scotland. Psychological Trauma : Theory, Research, Practice & Policy. [PDF]
Fatalisme : Doctrine philosophique selon laquelle tout ce qui arrive, incluant ce qui se déroule dans notre vie, se produit nécessairement et indépendamment de toute volonté ou de toute action humaine. Le destin est l'élément de base du fatalisme. Quoi que l'on fasse, on ne peut infléchir son destin. Les facteurs responsables sont hors du contrôle du sujet, et habituellement situés à l'extérieur de lui, d'où l'expression «Le destin me guette».

 
Fatigue : Conséquence d'une maladie ou d'un effort soutenu qui prend la forme d'un manque d'énergie.

Fatigue
Fatigue (physique) Fatigue chronique Fatigue mentale
 
Fatigue (physique) : Manque d'énergie engendré par un effort soutenu ou démesuré, la répétition d'un activité physique ou mentale, une maladie, l'insomnie, une mauvaise alimentation, une digestion difficile, etc. Fatigue et somnolence. ( ): Fatigue chronique, fatigue mentale. Fatigue.

  YOAKUM, C.S. (1909). An experimental study of fatigue. Harvard : Université de Harvard. PHILIP, P., SAGASP, E.P., MOORE, N., TAILLARD, J., GUILLEMINAULT, C. & BIOULAC, B. (2005). Fatigue, sleep restriction and driving performance. Accident analysis & prevention, 37 (3), 473-478.
RABINBACH, A. (1990). The human motor : Energy, fatigue, and the origins of modernity. Basic Books. DAHLGREN, A., KEKLUND, G. & ÄKERSTEDT, T. (2005). Different levels of work-related stress and the effects on sleep, fatigue and cortisol. Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health, 31 (4), 277-285. [PDF]
LINDE, L. (1995). Mental effects of caffeine in fatigued and non-fatigues female and male subjects. Ergonomics, 38, 864-885. VAN DUINEN, H., LORIST, M.M. & ZIJDEWIND, I. (2005). The effect of caffeine on cognitive task performance & motor fatigue. Psychopharmacology, 180, 539-547. [PDF]
KECKLUND, G., EKSTEDT, M., ÄKERSTEDT, T., DAHLGREN, A. & SAMUELSON, B. (2001). The effects of double-shifts (15.5 hours) on sleep, fatigue and health. Journal of human ergology, 30, 53–58. SHERKER, S. FINCH, C. KEHOE, J.E. & DOVERTY, M. (2006). Drunk, drowsky, doped : Skier's and snowboarders' injury risk perceptions regarding alcohol, fatigue and recreational drug use. International Journal of Injury Control & Safety promotion, 13 (3), 151-157. [PDF]
PHILIP, P., SAGASPE, P. TAILLARD, J., MOORE, N., GUILLEMINAULT, C., SANCHEZ-ORTUNO, M., ÄKERSTEDT, T. & BIOULAC, B. (2002). Fatigue, sleep restriction, and performance in automobile drivers : A controlled study in a natural environment. Sleep, 26 (3), 277-280. [PDF] EKSTEDT, M., SÖDERSTRÖM, M., ÄKERSTEDT, T., NILSSON, J., SONDERGAARD, H.-P. & ALEKSANDER, P. (2006). Disturbed sleep and fatigue in occupational burnout. Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health, 32 (2), 121-131. [PDF]
LAVIDOR M., WELLER, A. & BABBOFF, H. (2003). How sleep is related to fatigue. British Journal of Health Psychology, 8, 95-105. ROGERS, A.E. (2008). The effects of fatigue and sleepiness on nurse performance and patient safety. In R.G. Hughes (Ed.), Patient safety and quality : An evidence-based handbook for nurses. Rockville (MD) : Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (US). [PDF]
HURSH, S., REDMOND, D.P., JOHNSON, M.L., THORNE, D.R., BELENKY, G., BALKIN, T.J., STORM, W.F., MILLER, J.C. & EDDY, D.R. (2004). Fatigue models for applied research in warfighting. Aviation, Space & Environmental Medicine, 75 (S3), 44-53. [PDF] TUCKER, P., BROWN, M., DAHLGREN, A., DAVIES, G., EBDEN, P., FOLKARD, S., HUTCHINGS, H. & ÄKERSTEDT, T. (2010). The impact of junior doctors' worktime arrangements on their fatigue and well-being. Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health, 36 (6), 458-465. [PDF]
Voir aussi Effort et Syndrome de fatigue chronique
Fatigue chronique : Voir Syndrome de fatigue chronique. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
Fatigue mentale : Mental fatigue.

  THORNDIKE, E. (1900). Mental fatigue. Psychological Review, 7, 466-482.
WEBSTER, D.M., RICHTER, L. & KRUGLANSKI, A.W. (1996). On leaping to conclusions when feeling tired: Mental fatigue effects on impressional primacy. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 32, 181-195.
Faucheux Claude ( ) : Psychosociologue français et spécialiste de l'étude des groupes. Collaborateur de Deutsch, Kelley, Moscovici et Pepitone.

FAUCHEUX, C. (1957). La dynamique de groupe. L'année psychologique, 57 (2), 425-440. [PDF] + [PDF]
FAUCHEUX, C. et MOSCOVICI, S. (1967). Le style de comportement d'une minorité et son influence sur les réponses d'une majorité. Bulletin du C.E.R.P., 16 (4), 337-360.
 
 
Fauconnier Gilles (1944-) : Linguiste et mathématicien français. Il a développé une théorie des espaces mentaux. Collaborateur de Turner.
FAUCONNIER, G. (1984). Espaces mentaux : Aspects de la construction du sens dans les langues naturelles/Mental spaces : Aspects of meaning construction in natural language. Les Éditions de Minuit.
FAUCONNIER, G. & TURNER, M. (2000). Compression and global insight. Cognitive Linguistics, 11 (3-4), 283-304.
FAUCONNIER, G. & TURNER, M. (2002). The way we think : Conceptual blending and the mind's hidden complexities. New York : Basic Book.
FAUCONNIER, G. & TURNER, M. (2007). The origin of language as aproduct of the evolution of modern cognition. In B. Laks. (Ed.), Origin and evolution of languages : Approaches, models, paradigms (pp. 133-156). London : Equinox Publishing Ltd.
FAUCONNIER, G. & TURNER, M. (2008). The origin of language as a product of the evolution of double-scope blending. Behavioral & Brain Sciences, 31, 520-521.
Faune : Ensemble des animaux, à l'exclusion des humains qui forment une société ou une civilisation.

   
Fausse nouvelle : Terme récemment inventé pour désigner une information fausse transmise à dessein dans le but de tromper ou de persuader un auditoire. N.D.L.R. Ainsi défini ce mot ne semble rien ajouter à la définition de propagande, du point de vue de celui qui la produit, et rumeur, sous l'angle de celui qui la diffuse. Fake new.

   
Fausto-Sterling Anne ( ) : Biologiste, féministe et historienne des sciences américaine, spécialisée dans l'étude des différences sexuelles.
FAUSTO-STERLING, A. (1992). Myths of gender : Biological theories about women and men. New York : Basic Books.
FAUSTO-STERLING, A. (2000). Sexing the body : Gender politics and the construction of sexuality. New York : Basic Books.
FAUSTO-STERLING, A. (2003). The problem with sex/Gender and nature/nurture. In S.J. Williams, L. Birke & G. Bendelow (Eds.), Debating biology : reflections on medicine, health and society. Routledge.
FAUSTO-STERLING, A. (2005). Animal models for the development of human sexuality : a critical evaluation. The Journal of Homosexuality, 28, 217-235.
FAUSTO-STERLING, A. (2005). Bare bones of sex : Part I, Sex and gender. Signs, 30 (2), 1491-528.
Faux : Préfixe. Qui ne correspond pas à la réalité, qui n'est pas vrai. Selon Gosciny : «Il faut un vrai pour faire un faux sinon le faux ne fait pas vrai, pas vrai ? » Faux, contrefaçon et pseudo. False.

Faux-
Fause nouvelle Faux-négatif Faux problème
Faux article Faux-positif Faux souvenir
Faux consensus    
 

Faux article/Fausse publication : Voir Article-bidon.
Faux consensus : Voir Consensus.
Faux-négatif : Conclusion erronée que l'on tire d'un test qui affirme que les résultats sont négatifs alors qu'ils sont vrais.

 
Faux-positif : Conclusion erronée que l'on tire d'un test qui affirme que les résultats sont positifs alors qu'ils sont faux. False positive.

  JENSEN, P.S. & WATANABE, H. (1999). Sherlock Holmes and child psychopathology assessment approaches: The case of the false-positive. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 38 (2), 138-146.
 WAKEFIELD, J.C. (2010). False positives in psychiatric diagnosis : Implications for human freedom. Theoretical Medicine & Bioethics, 31 (1), 5-17.
 CHABRIS, C.F., HEBERT, B.M., BENJAMIN, D.J., BEAUCHAMP, J., CESARINI, D., VAN DER LOOS, M., JOHANNESSON, M., MAGNUSSON, P.K., LICHTENSTEIN, P., ATWOOD, C.S., FREESE, J., HAUSER, T.S., HAUSER, R.M., CHRISTAKIS, N. & LAIBSON, D. (2012). Most reported genetic associations with general intelligence are probably false positives. Psychological Science, 23 (1), 1314-1323. [PDF]
Faux-problème : Voir Problème.
Faux-souvenir : Voir Souvenir.
Fava Giovanni (1952-) : Psychiatre italien, spécialiste et critique des thérapies médicamenteuses et de l'industrie pharmaceutique. Collabrateur de Craske.
FAVA, G. (1992). Bartleby, the scrivener. Psychotherapy & Psychosomatics, 57, 81-82.
FAVA, G. (2002). Long-term treatment with antidepressant drugs : the spectacular achievements of propaganda. Psychotherapy & Psychosomatics, 71, 127-132.
FAVA, G. (2006). The intellectual crisis of psychiatric research. Psychotherapy & Psychosomatics, 75, 202-208.
FAVA, G. (2007). Financial conflicts of interest in psychiatry. World Psychiatry, 6 (1), 19-24. [PDF]
FAVA, G. (2009). The decline of pharmaceutical psychiatry and the increasing role of psychological medicine. Psychotherapy & Psychosomatics, 78, 220-227. [PDF]
Favazza Armando (New York 194-) : Médecin et spécialiste de l'auto-mutilation.

FAVAZZA, A.R. & CONTERIO, K. (1989). Female habitual self-mutilation. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 79, 283-289.
FAVAZZA, A.R., DE ROSEAR, L. & CONTERIO, K. (1989). Self-mutilation and eating disorders. Suicide & Life-Threatening Behavior, 19, 352-361.
FAVAZZA, A.R. & ROSENTHAL, R.J. (1993). Diagnostic issues in self-mutilation. Hospital Community Psychiatry, 44 (2), 134-140.
FAVAZZA, A.R. & SIMEON, D. (1995). Self-mutilation. In E. Hollander & D. Stein (Eds.), Impulsivity and aggression (pp. 185-200). Sussex, England : John Wiley & Sons.
FAVAZZA, A.R. (1998). The coming of age of self-mutilation. Journal of Nervous & Mental Disease, 186 (5), 259-268.
Favell Judith E. ( ) : Psychologue béhavioriste américaine et spécialiste de l'étude et du traitement de l'automutilation. Collaboratrice de Axelrod, Azrin, Baer, Bailey, Carr, Catania, Dorsey, Foxx, Glenn, Hineline, Iwata, Koegel, Lovaas, Malott, Michael, Morris, Rincover, Risley et Van Houten.
FAVELL, J.E., McGIMSEY, J.F. & JONES, M.L. (1978). The use of physical restraint in the treatment of self-injury and as positive reinforcement. Journal of Applied Behavioral Analysis, 11 (2), 225-241. [PDF]
FAVELL, J.E. & GREENE, J.W. (1980). How to treat self-injurious behavior. Austin, TX : Pro-Ed.
FAVELL, J.E., McGIMSEY, J.F., JONES, M.L. & CANNON, P.R. (1981). Physical restraint as positive reinforcement. American Journal of Mental Deficience, 85 (4), 425-432.
FAVELL, J.E., AZRIN, N., BAUMEISTER, A., CARR, E.G., DORSEY, M.F., FOREHAND, R., FOXX, R.M., LOVAAS, I.O., RINCOVER, A., RISLEY, T., ROMANCZYK, R.G., RUSSO, D.C., SCHROEDER, S. & SOLNICK, J.V. (1982). The treatment of self-injurious behavior. Behavior Therapy, 13, 529-554.
FAVELL, J.E., McGIMSEY, J.F. & SCHELL, R.M. (1982). Treatment of self-injury by providing alternate sensory activities. Analysis & Intervention in Developmental Disabilities, 2 (1), 83-104.
Favoritisme : Favoritism.

  BREWER, M.B. (1996). In-group favoritism: The subtle side of intergroup discrimination. In D. M. Messick & A. Tenbrunsel (Eds.), Codes of conduct : Behavioral research and business ethics (pp. 160-171). New York : Russell Sage Foundation. SMITH, D.R., DITOMASO, N., FARRIS, G.F. & CORDERO, R. (2001). favoritism, bias, and error in performance ratings of scientists and engineers : the effects of power, status, and numbers. Sex Roles, 45, 337-358.
  GARICANO, L., PALACIOS-HUERTA, I. & PRENDERGAST, C. (2005). Favoritism under social pressure. Review of Economics & Statistics, 87 (2), 208-216. [PDF]
PRENDERGAST, C. & TOPEL, R. (1996). Favoritism in organizations. Journal of Political Economy, 104 (5), 958-978. ZEBROWITZ, L.A., BRONSTAD, P.M. & LEE, H.K. (2007). The contribution of face familiarity to ingroup favoritism and stereotyping. Social Cognition, 25, 306-338.
CHEN, C.C., BROCKNER, J. & KATZ, T. (1998). Toward an explanation of cultural differences in ingroup favoritism : The role of individual versus collective primacy. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 75 (6), 1490-1502. BATALHA, L., AKRAMI, N. & EKEHAMMAR, B. (2007). Outgroup favoritism : the role of power perception, gender, and conservatism. Current Research in Social Psychology, 13 (4), 38-49. [PDF]
LEVIN, S. & SIDANIUS, J. (1999). Social dominance and social identity in the United States and Israel : Ingroup favouritism or outgroup derogation ? Political Psychology, 20, 99-126. ROBNETT, R.D. & SUSSKIND, J.E. (2010). Who cares about being gentle ? The impact of social Identity and the gender of one's friends on children's display of same-gender favoritism. Sex Roles, 63 (11-12), 820-832. [PDF]
Voir aussi Népotisme
Fawcett
Jonathan M. Fawcett Stephen B. Fawcett Angela Fawcett
 
 Fawcett Jonathan M. ( ) : Psychologue cognitiviste américain d'origine canadienne et spécialiste de l'étude de l'oubli et de l'effet de production. Il s'intéresse également aux effets psychologiques des armes. Collaborateur de Bodner.
FAWCETT, J.M. & TAYLOR, T.L. (2008). Forgetting is effortful : Evidence from reaction time probes in an item-method directed forgetting task. Memory & Cognition, 36, 1168-1181.
FAWCETT, J.M., QUINLAN, C.K. & TAYLOR, T.L. (2012). Interplay of the production and picture superiority effects : A signal detection analysis. Memory, 20, 655-666.
FAWCETT, J.M. & TAYLOR, T.L. (2012). The control of working memory resources in intentional forgetting : Evidence from incidental probe word recognition. Acta Psychologica, 139, 84-90.
FAWCETT, J.M. (2013). The production effect benefits performance in between-subject designs : A meta-analysis. Acta Psychologica, 142 (1), 1-5.
FAWCETT, J.M. & OZUBKO, J.D. (2016). Familiarity, but not recollection, supports the between-lists production effect in recognition memory. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, 70, 99-115.
 Fawcett Stephen B. ( ) : Psychologue béhavioriste américain.
FAWCETT, S.B. & MILLER, L.K. (1975). Training public- speaking behavior : An experimental analysis and social validation. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 8 (2), 125-135. [PDF]
FAWCETT, S.B., MATHEWS, R.M., FLETCHER, R.K., MORROW, R. & STOKES, T.F. (1976). Personalized instruction income neighborhood residents. Journal of Personalized Instruction, 1, 86-90.
FAWCETT, S.B., MATHEWS, M.R. & FLETCHER, R.K. (1980). Some promising dimensions for behavioral community technology. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 13 (3), 505-518. [PDF]
FAWCETT, S.B., MILLER, L.K. & BRAUKMANN, C.J. (1977). An evaluation of a training package for community canvassing behaviors. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 10 (3), 504. [PDF]
FAWCETT, S.B., WHITE, G.W., BALCAZAR, F.E., SUAREZ-BALCAZAR, Y., MATHEWS, M.R., PAINE-ANDREWS, A., SEEKINS, T. & SMITH, J.F. (1994). A contextual-behavioral model of empowerment : case studies involving people with physical disabilities. American Journal of Community Psychology, 22 (4), 471-496.
 Fawcett Angela ( ) : Neurosychologue anglaise et spécialiste de l'étude de la dyslexie et du rôle du cervelet dans ce trouble d'apprentissage. Collaboratrice de Nicolson.

FAWCETT, A.J. & NICOLSON, R.I. (1994). Naming speed in children with dyslexia. Learning Disabilites, 27, 641-646.
FAWCETT, A.J. & NICOLSON, R.I. (1995). Persistence of phonological awareness deficits in older children with dyslexia. Reading & Writing, 7, 361-376.
FAWCETT, A.J. & NICOLSON, R.I. & DEAN, P. (1996). Impaired performance of children with dyslexia on a range of cerebellar task. Annals of Dyslexia, 46, 259-283.
FAWCETT, A.J. & NICOLSON, R.I. (1999). Performance of dyslexic children on cerebellar and cognitive tests. Journal of Motor Behaviour, 31, 68-78.
FAWCETT, A.J. & NICOLSON, R.I. (2003). Dyslexia : The role of the cerebellum. Electronic Journal of Research in Educational Psychology, 2 (2), 35-58. [PDF]
Fazio Russel H. (Utica New York 1952-) : Psychosociologue américain, spécialisé dans l'étude des attitudes et du racisme. Étudiant de Zanna. Collaborateur de Cooper, Darley, Dovidio, Olson et Smith.
FAZIO, R.H. & ZANNA, M.P. (1978). Attitudinal qualities relating to the strength of the attitude-behavior relationship. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 14, 398-408.
FAZIO, R.H. & ZANNA, M.P. (1978). On the predictive validity of attitudes : The roles of direct experience and confidence. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 46, 228-243.
FAZIO, R.H. (1990). Multiple processes by which attitudes guide behavior : The MODE model as an integrative framework. In M. Zanna (Ed.), Advances in experimental social psychology (Vol 23, pp. 75-109). San Diego, CA : Academic Press.
FAZIO, R.H. & DUNTON, B.C. (1997). Categorization by race : The impact of automatic and controlled components of racial prejudice. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 33, 451-470.
FAZIO, R.H. & OLSON, M.A. (2003). Implicit measures in social cognition research : Their meaning and use. Annual Review of Psychology, 54, 297-327. [PDF]
FDA : Voir Food and Dug Administration.
FEIDLER - FEL - FEM - FÉMINISME - FEMME - FEN - FERENCZI - FERGUSON - FERSTER - FESTINGER - FÉTICHISME - FEYERABEND - FI
Feather Normand T. ( ) : Psychosociologue australien et spécialiste de l'étude des valeurs.Il s'intéresse égalmment aux effets psychologiques du sous-emploi.
FEATHER, N.T. (1969). Attribution of responsibility and valence of success and failure in relation to initial confidence and task performance. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 13, 129-142.
FEATHER, N.T. & SIMON, J.G. (1971). Causal attributions for success and failure in relation to expectations of success based upon selective or manipulative control. Journal of Personality, 39, 527-541.
FEATHER, N.T. (1974). Explanations of poverty in Australian and American samples : the person, society, or fate ? Australian Journal of Psychology, 26, 199-216.
FEATHER, N.T. (2006). Deservingness and emotions : Applying the structural model of deservingness to the analysis of affective reactions to outcomes. European Review of Social Psychology, 17, 38-73.
FEATHER, N.T., McKEE, I.R. & BEKKER, N.B. (2011). Deservingness and emotions : Testing a structural model that relates discrete emotions to the perceived deservingness of positive or negative outcomes. Motivation & Emotion, 35, 1-13.
Fechner Gustav Theodor (Gross-Sarchen 1801-1887 Leipzig) : Physiologiste, pionnier de la psychophysique et chef de file de l'École expérimentale allemande. Il a formulé une loi qui stipule que la plus petite variation de luminosité d'une source, perceptible par l'oeil, est proportionnelle à la variation de l'amplitude de l'onde, exprimée en pourcentage de l'amplitude totale (loi de Weber-Fechner). Étudiant de Weber. Professeur de Hering, Lotze et Müller.
FECHNER, G. (1860/1966). Elements of psychophysic. New York : Holt.
 
 
 
 
STEVENS, S.S. (1961). To honor Fechner and repeal his law. Science, 133, 80-86. [PDF]
PLISKOFF, S.S. (1977). Antecedents to Fechner's law : the astronomers J. Herschel, W.R. Dawe & N.R. Pogson. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 28 (2), 185-187. [PDF]
NORWICH, K.H. & WONG, W. (1997). Unification of psychophysical phenomena : The complete form of Fechner's law. Perception & Psychophysics, 59 (6), 929-940. [PDF]
ROSS, H.E. & WADE, N.J. (2011). Fechner's elusive parallel law. In Fechner's legacy in Psychology: 150 years of elementary psychophysics (pp. 25-38). Leiden : Brill.
Fécondation/Fécondité : Fusion d'un spermatozoïde et d'une ovule. Fécondation et reproduction sexuée. = reproduction.

 
Fécondité/Féconde (théorique) : Qualité d'une théorie. Voir heuristique.
Federmeier Kara D. (1949-) : Neurocognitiviste américaine et spécialiste de l'étude des potentiel évoqués et du langage. Étudiante de Kutas.
FEDERMEIER, K.D. & KUTAS, M. (1999). A rose by any other name : Long-term memory structure and sentence processing. Journal of Memory & Language, 41, 469-495. [PDF]
FEDERMEIER, K.D., SEGAL, J.B., LOMBROZO, T. & KUTAS, M. (2000). Brain responses to nouns, verbs, and class ambiguous words in context. Brain, 123, 2552-2566.
FEDERMEIER, K.D., KLEIM, J.A. & GREENOUGHT, W.T. (2002). Learning-induced multiple synapse formation in rat cerebellar cortex. Neuroscience Letters, 332, 180-184.
FEDERMEIER, K.D. (2007). Thinking ahead : the role and roots of prediction in language comprehension. Psychophysiology, 44, 491-505
FEDERMEIER, K.D., WLOTKO, E.W. & MEYER, A.M. (2008). What's "right" in language comprehension: Event-related potentials reveal right-hemisphere language capabilities. Language & Linguistics Compass 2, 1-17
Federn Paul (Vienne 1871-1950 New York) : Psychanalyste autrichien et membre de la Société psychologique du mercredi. Quelques temps avant sa mort, Freud lui confie plusieurs de ses patients. Analyste d'Aichhorn, Fenichel et Reich.
FEDERN, P. (1915). Some general remarks on the principles of pain-pleasure and of reality. Psychoanalysis Review, 2, 1-11.
FEDERN, P. (1928). Narcissism in the structure of the ego. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 9, 401-419.
FEDERN, P. (1934). The analysis of psychotics. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 15, 209-214.
FEDERN, P. (1940). The determination of hysteria versus obsessional neurosis. Psychoanalysis Review, 27, 265-276.
FEDERN, P. (1979). La psychologie du moi et les psychoses. Paris : Presses Universitaires de France.
Feedback : Voir Rétroaction.
Fehn Bruce R. ( ) : Psychopédagogue américain et sécialiste de l'enseignement de l'histoire.Collaborateur de Schul.
FEHN, B. & KOEPPEN, K.E. (1998). Intensive document-based instruction in a social studies methods course and student teachers' attitude and practice in subsequent field experiences. Theory & Research in Social Education, 26, 46-484.
FEHN, B. JOHNSON, M. & SMITH, T. (2010). Far beyond show and tell : Strategies for integration of desktop documentary making into history classrooms. Social Education, 74 (2), 101- 104, 116.
FEHN, B. & SCHUL, J.E. (2011). Teaching and learning competent historical documentary making : Lessons from National History Day Winners. The History Teacher, 45 (1), 25-44. [PDF]
FEHN, B. & HECKART, K. (2013). Producing a documentary in the third grade : Reaching all students through movie making. Social Studies & the Young Learner, 25 (3), 18-22. [PDF]
FEHN, B. & SCHUL, J.E. (2014). Selective appropriation and historical documentary making in a special education classroom. Social Studies Research & Practice, 9 (2), 1-14. [PDF]
Fehr Ernst (1956-) : Économiste béhavioriste autrichien et spécialiste de la théorie des jeux. Il s'intéresse notamment à la coopération et au principe de réciprocité. Collaborateur de Gätcher.
FEHR, E. (1990). Cooperation, harassment and involuntary unemployment ? American Economic Review, 80, (3), 624-630. [PDF]
FEHR, E. KIRCHSTEIGER, G. & RIEDL, A. (1993). Does fairness prevent market clearing ? An experimental investigation. Quarterly Journal of Economics, 108, 437-460.
FEHR, E. & GÄTCHER, S. & KIRCHSTEIGER, G. (1997). Reciprocity as a contract enforcement device : experimental evidence. Econometrica, 65, 833-860.
FEHR, E. & GÄTCHER, S. (1998). Reciprocity and economics : The economic implications of Homo reciprocans. European Economic Review, 42 (3-5), 845-859.
FEHR, E. & GÄTCHER, S. Altruistic punishment in humans. Nature, 415, 137-140.
Feibleman James Kern (Nouvelle-Orléans 1904-1987 Houston) : Philosophe et épistémologue américain.
FEIBLEMAN, J.K. (1944). The mythology of science. Philosophy of Science, 11, 117-121.
FEIBLEMAN, J.K. (1953). On the theory of induction. Philosophy & Phenomenological Research, 14 (3), 332-342.
FEIBLEMAN, J.K. (1954). Theory of integrative levels. The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 5, 59-66.
FEIBLEMAN, J.K. (1966). Technology as skills. Technology & Culture, 7, 318-328.
FEIBLEMAN, J.K. (1972). Scientific method. The Hague : Martinus Nijhoff.
 
WHITTEMORE, R.C. (1977). The reach of philosophy : Essays in honour of J.K. Feibleman. Springer.
Feidler/Fiedler
Fred Edward Feidler Klaus Fiedler
 
Feidler Fred Edward (Vienne 1922-) : Psychologue américain, spécialisé dans l'étude des organisations et du leadership (modèle de contingence).
FEIDLER, F.E. (1964). A contingency model of leadership effectiveness. Advances in Experimental Social Psychology, 1, 149-190.
FEIDLER, F.E. (1966). The effect of leadership and cultural heterogeneity on group performance : A test of the contingency model. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 2, 237-264.
FEIDLER, F.E. (1967). A theory of leadership effectiveness. New York : McGraw Hill.
FEIDLER, F.E. (1981). Leader attitudes and group effectiveness. Westport, CT : Greenwood Publishing Group.
FEIDLER, F.E. & GARCIA, J.E. (1987). New approaches to effective leadership. New York : Wiley.
Feighner, John P. ( ) : Psychiatre américain américain et spécialiste de l'étude du diagnostic.
FEIGHNER, J.P., ROBINS, E., GUZE, S.B., WOODDRUFF, R.A., WINOKUR, G. & MUNOZ, R. (1972). Diagnostic criteria for use in psychiatric research. Archives of General Psychology, 26, 57-63. [PDF]
 
 
 
 
Feigl Herbert (1902-1988) : Philosophe et épistémologue autrichien. Membre du Cercle de Vienne et chef de file du positivisme logique et du matérialisme. Collaborateur de Meehl.
 FEIGL, H. (1950). Existential hypotheses : Realistic versus phenomenalistic interpretations. Philosophy of Science, 17, 35-62.
 FEIGL, H. (1954). Scientific method without metaphysical presuppositions. Philosophical Studies, 5, 17-29.
 FEIGL, H. (1956). Some major issues and developments in the philosophy of science of logical empiricism. In H. Feigl & M. Scriven (Eds.), Minnesota studies in the philosophy of science. Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press.
 FEIGL, H. (1960). Mind-Body, not a pseudo-problem. In Borst (Ed.) (1970), The mind-brain identity theory. Macmillan.
FEIGL, H. & MEEHL, P.E. (1974). The determinism-freedom and mind-body problems. In P.A. Schilpp (Ed.), The philosophy of Karl Popper (pp. 520-559). LaSalle, IL: Open Court . [PDF]
Feindre : Faire semblant de croire quelque chose ou d'éprouver une sensation, une émotion, un sentiment ou un orgasme. Feindre et amnésie feinte. Fake.

 
Feingold Alan ( ) : Psychologue et statisticien américain, spécialisé dans l'étude des différences sexuelles. Étudiant de Singer.
FEINGOLD, A. (1988). Cognitive gender differences are disappearing. American Psychologist, 43, 95-103.
FEINGOLD, A. (1991). Sex differences in the effects of similarity and physical attractiveness on opposite-sex attraction. Basic & applied social psychology, 12 (3), 357-367. [PDF]
FEINGOLD, A. (1992). Sex differences in variability in intellectual abilities : A new look at an old controversy. Review of Educational Research, 62, 61-84.
FEINGOLD, A. (1994). Gender differences in personality : A meta-analysis. Psychological Bulletin, 116, 429-456.
FEINGOLD, A., OLIVETO, A., SCHOTTENFELD, R. & KOSTEN, T.R. (2002). Utility of crossover designs in clinical trials : Efficacy of desipramine vs. placebo in opioid-dependent cocaine abusers. American Journal of Addictions, 11, 111-123.
Feldman
Kenneth A. Feldman Robert S. Feldman
 
Feldman Kenneth A. ( ) : Psychosociologue américain, spécialise de l'éducation, et plus particulièrement de l'évaluation des enseignements et des professeurs.
FELDMAN, K.A. (1969). Studying the impacts of colleges on students. Sociology of Education, 42 (3), 207-237.
FELDMAN, K.A. (1976). The superior college teacher from the student's view. Research in Higher Education, 5, 243-288.
FELDMAN, K.A. (1978). Course characteristics and college students' ratings of their teachers and courses : What we know and what we don't. Research in Higher Education, 9, 199-242.
FELDMAN, K.A. (1983). Seniority and experience of college teachers as related to evaluations they receive from students. Research in Higher Education, 18 (1), 3-124.
FELDMAN, K.A. (1994). Identifying exemplary teachers and teaching : evidence from student ratings. In R.P. Perry & J.C. Smart (Eds.), The scholarship of teaching and learning in higher education : An evidence-based perspective (pp. 93-143). Springer. [PDF]
Feldman Robert S. ( ) : Psychosociologue américain, spécialisé dans l'étude de la présentation de soi. Il s'intéresse également aux technologies de l'information et de la communication (TIC).
FELDMAN, R.S., FORREST, J.A. & HAPP, B.R. (2002). Self-presentation and verbal deception : Do self-presenters lie more? Basic & Applied Social Psychology, 24, 163-170.
LEVINE, S.P. & FELDMAN, R.S. (2002). Women and men's nonverbal behavior and self-monitoring in a job interview setting. Applied Human Resources Management Research, 7, 1-14.
TYLER, J.M. & FELDMAN, R.S. (2004). Truth, lies, and self-presentation : How gender and anticipated future interaction relate to deceptive behavior. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 34, 2602-2615.
FELDMAN, R.S. (2005). Understanding psychology. NY : McGraw-Hill.
FELDMAN, R.S. (2007). Child development. Upper Saddle River, NJ : Prentice Hall.
Félin : Famille de mammifère.

Règne : Animal
  Embranchement : Chordé/Vertébré  
  Classe : Mammifère  
  Ordre : Carnivore  
   Famille  
  Genre  
  Espèce  
  Population  


Les félins
Chat Leopard Lynx
Guépard Lion Tigre
 
   
  GIRALDEAU, L.-A. & GILLIS, D. (1988). Do lions hunt in group sizes that maximize hunters' daily food returns ? Animal Behaviour, 36, 611-613.
PACKER, C., GILBERT, D., PUSEY, A. & O'BRIEN, S. (1991). A molecular genetic analysis of kinship and cooperation in African lions. Nature, 351, 562-565.
SUKAHARA, T. (1993). Lions eat chimpanzees : the first evidence of predation by lions on wild chimpanzees. American Journal of Primatology, 29, 1-11.
FAY, J.M., CARROLL, R., KERBIS, J.C. & HARRIS, D. (1995). Leopard attack on, and consumption of gorillas in the Central African Republic. Journal of Human Evolution, 29 (1), 93-99. [PDF]
KELLY M.J. & DURANT, S.M. (2000). Viability of the Serengeti cheetah population. Conservation Biology 14, 786-797.
MacLENNAN, S.D., GROOM, R.J., MacDONALD, D.W. & FRANK, L.G. (2009). Evaluation of a compensation scheme to bring about pastoralist tolerance of lions. Biological Conservation, 142, 2419-2427. [PDF]
Féminisation : Hausse du nombre de femme dans un groupe/profession, que l'on met en évidence lorsqu'il est supérieur à 50 % ou lorsque les femmes d'une profession sont sous-représentés. EX: Féminisation du corps enseignant. Féminisation et sous-représentation. Feminization.

  BROPHY, J.E. & GOOD, T.L. (1973). Feminization of American elementary schools : Female chauvinism or cultural socialization? Phi Delta Kappan, 54 (8), 564-566.
BROPHY, J.E. & GOOD, T.L. (1973). Of course the schools are feminine, but let's stop blaming women for it! Phi Delta Kappan, 55 (1), 73-75.
SAWER, M., TREMBLAY, M. & TRIMBLE, L. (Dirs.) (2006). Representing women in parliament. A comparative study. Londres : Routledge.
Feminism & Psychology : Revue scientifique de psychologie consacrée à l'étude des femmes et du féminisme. Éditeur : Sage.
BEM, S.L. (1993). Is there a place in psychology for a feminist analysis of the social context? Feminism & psychology, 3, 247-251.

Feminism Issues : Revuequi consacre ses pages à l'étude des femmes et du féminisme.

WITTIG, M. (1980). The straight mind. Feminist Issues, 1 (1), 103-111.

Feminism Review : Revue scientifique qui consacre ses pages à l'étude des femmes et du féminisme, disponible en ligne. Éditeur : Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group.

Feminism Studies : Revue scientifique qui consacre ses pages l'étude des femmes et du féminisme.

Féminisme/Féministe : Mouvement de défense, de promotion et d'étude des droits et de la condition des femmes. Le féminisme possède une branche militante (mouvement féministe), une branche technologique (thérapie féministe) et une branche philosophico-scientifique. Cette dernière branche, qui étudie notamment la discrimination faite aux femmes et ses mécanismes individuels et sociaux de reproduction, est composée de psychologues, de psychanalystes, de philosophes, d'historiennes, de politologues, de sociologues et d'écrivaines. Il existe également plus d'une dizaine de variantes du féminisme (voir ci-dessous). Féminisme et anti-féminisme. ( ): Amaro, Badinter, Beauvoir, Béchard, Bem, Bertrand, Bouchard, Broverman, Brown, Brownmiller, Butler, Caplan, Carrier, Chamberland, Chodorow, Clough, Cloutier, Cohen, Collins, Connell, Cossette, Crenshaw, De Beauvoir, Descarries, Delphy, Denmark, Dill, Dumont, Dworkin, Eagly, Fahmy-Eid, Faludi, Farley, Fausto-Sterling, Fine, Fredrickson, Friedan, Garon, Gaudet, Gavigan, Geadah, Geis, Gergen, Gilligan, Gray, Greer, Guillaumin, Harding, Hare-Mustin, Héritier, Hrdy, Hyde, Irigaray, Itzin, Jacklin, Jahoda, Johnson, Julien, Kimmel, Kitzinger, Kristeva, Lafortune, Lips, MacKinnon, Marecek, Matlin, McDermott, McElroy, Miller, Mitchell, Nichols, O'leary, Olivier, Paglia, Pyke, Roberts, Rogers, Rich, Richard-Bessette, Rose, Ruiz, Russo, Shields, Smith, Szymanski, Tabet, Tavris, Théorêt, Tobach, Toupin, Tremblay, Tyler, Unger, Vandelac, Wallston, Wilkinson, Wolf, Wooley, Worell, Wittig, Zavalloni, Zurbriggen. ( ): Voir tableau ci-bas. Feminism.


Types de féminisme
Féminisme black Féminisme libéral Féminisme psychanalytique
Féminisme culturel Féminisme marxiste Féminisme radical
Féminsime de la femelléité Féminisme matérialisme Féminisme radical de la spécificité
Féminisme égalitaire Féminisme néo-conservateur Féminisme séparatisme lesbien
Féminisme lesbien Féminisme post-moderniste Féminisme socialiste
 

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Féminisme (Anti) : Anti-féminisme, féministe et masculinisme. Antifeminism.

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Féminisme black : Forme de féminisme qui postule que l'oppression des femmes noires ne réside pas uniquement dans les classes sociales ou le sexisme, mais aussi et surtout dans le racisme qui imprégne toute leur vie. = féminisme afro-américain, féminisme noir. Black feminism.
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DESCARRIES, F. & SHIRLEY, R. (1988). Le mouvement des femmes et ses courants de pensée : essai de typologie. Ottawa : CRIAW/CRIEF Voir aussi Féminisme
Féminisme culturel : Forme de féminisme qui promeut les qualités féminines et considèrent que le pouvoir féminin est moralement et socialement supérieur au pouvoir masculin. ( ): Caputi, Daly. Cultural feminism.

  DESCARRIES, F. & SHIRLEY, R. (1988). Le mouvement des femmes et ses courants de pensée : essai de typologie. Ottawa : CRIAW/CRIEF. Voir aussi Féminisme
Féminisme de la femelléité : Forme de féminisme qui milite en faveur de la reconnaissance des différences hommes/femmes et la promotion des valeurs des femmes. = féminisme essentialiste.
  DESCARRIES, F. & SHIRLEY, R. (1988). Le mouvement des femmes et ses courants de pensée : essai de typologie. Ottawa : CRIAW/CRIEF. Voir aussi Féminisme
Féminisme égalitaire (ou libérale) : Forme originelle du féminisme qui revendique l'égalité de droits et considère que l'inégalité de la division sexuelle du travail est la source des conflits entre les hommes et les femmes. Pour ces femmes, le patriarcat peut-être réformée à la faveur des femmes (programme d'accès à l'égalité, adoption de loi visant l'équité salariale, politiques contre le sexisme, lois et règlements contre le harcèlement sexuel au travail, mesures plus coercitives contre les violeurs et les agresseurs sexuels, etc.). = féminisme libéral, féminisme de la première vague. ( ): Bem.

  DESCARRIES, F. & SHIRLEY, R. (1988). Le mouvement des femmes et ses courants de pensée : essai de typologie. Ottawa : CRIAW/CRIEF. Voir aussi Féminisme
Féminisme lesbien : Forme de féminisme qui milite contre la contrainte à l'hétérosexualité et en faveur de la reconnaissance du lesbianisme. Lesbian feminism.

  KITZINGER, C. & PERKINS, R. (1993). Changing our minds : Lesbian feminism and psychology. London : Onlywomen Press.
PETERS, D.K. & CANTRELL, P.J. (1993), Gender roles and role conflict in feminist lesbian and heterosexual women. Sex Roles, 28 (7/8), 379-392.
DESCARRIES, F. & SHIRLEY, R. (1988). Le mouvement des femmes et ses courants de pensée : essai de typologie. Ottawa : CRIAW/CRIEF. Voir aussi Féminisme
Féminisme libertaire : Forme deféminisme.

  McELROY W. (1980). Culture of individualist anarchism in late 19th century america. Journal of Libertarian Studies, 5 (3), 291-304. [PDF]
DESCARRIES, F. & SHIRLEY, R. (1988). Le mouvement des femmes et ses courants de pensée : essai de typologie. Ottawa : CRIAW/CRIEF Voir aussi Féminisme
Féminisme marxiste : Forme de féminisme qui se fonde sur le marxisme et la lutte des classes pour revendiquer des droits pour les travailleuses et dénoncer le grand capital, peu importe le sexe des individus qui en font partie.

  DESCARRIES, F. & SHIRLEY, R. (1988). Le mouvement des femmes et ses courants de pensée : essai de typologie. Ottawa : CRIAW/CRIEF. Voir aussi Féminisme
Féminisme matérialisme : Forme de féminisme qui se donne pour objectif l'abolition du patriarcat. ( ): Delphy, Millett.

  DELPHY, C. (1975). Pour un féminisme matérialiste. L'Arc : Simone de Beauvoir et la lutte des femmes, 61.
ADKINS, L. & LEONARD, D. (1996). Sex in question, french materialist feminism. Londres : Taylor & Francis.
HENNESSY, R. & INGRAHAM, C. (Eds.) (1997). Materialist feminism. New York et Londres : Routledge.
DESCARRIES, F. & SHIRLEY, R. (1988). Le mouvement des femmes et ses courants de pensée : essai de typologie. Ottawa : CRIAW/CRIEF. Voir aussi Féminisme
Féminisme néo-conservateur : Forme de féminisme
Féminisme post-moderniste : Forme de féminisme.

  PARPART, J.L. (1993). Who is the "other" ? : A postmodern feminist critique of women and development theory and practice. Development & Change, 24 (3), 439-464.
DESCARRIES, F. & SHIRLEY, R. (1988). Le mouvement des femmes et ses courants de pensée : essai de typologie. Ottawa : CRIAW/CRIEF. Voir aussi Post-modernisme et Féminisme
Féminisme psychanalytique : Forme de féminisme. ( ): Chodorow, Irigaray, Mitchell, Olivier.
  MITCHELL, J. (1973). Psychoanalysis and feminism. New York : Vintage Books.
CHODOROW, N. (1989). Feminism and psychoanalytic theory. New Haven/Cambridge, UK : Yale University Press/Polity Press.
BRENNAN, T. (Ed.). (1989). Between feminism and psychoanalysis. New York : Routledge.
CHODOROW, N. (1989). What is the relation between the psychoanalytic psychology of women and psychoanalytic feminism ? The annual of psychoanalysis, 17, 215-242.
DESCARRIES, F. & SHIRLEY, R. (1988). Le mouvement des femmes et ses courants de pensée : essai de typologie. Ottawa : CRIAW/CRIEF. Voir aussi Féminisme
Féminisme radical : Forme de féminisme qui se développe en réaction aux féminisme de gauche (féminisme socialiste et marxiste) et contre une vision androcentrique du féminisme psychanalytique. Ces féministes considèrent que ce ne sont pas les hommes qui posent problème mais le fait qu'ils ont plus de pouvoir que les femmes (en conséquence, ces femmes seraient logiquement contre la domination des femmes sur les hommes). Ces féministes en appellent donc à une transformation profonde de notre société, des rôles sexuels et des rapports de force qui régissent les relation homme-femme. = féminisme de la seconde vague. Radical feminism.

  ROBINSON, V. (2003). Radical revisionings ?: The theorizing of masculinity and (radical) feminist theory. Women's Studies International Forum, 6 (2), 129-137.
MACLEOD, C. (2006). Radical plural feminisms and emancipatory practice in post-Apartheid South Africa. Theory & Psychology, 16, 367-389.
DESCARRIES, F. & SHIRLEY, R. (1988). Le mouvement des femmes et ses courants de pensée : essai de typologie. Ottawa : CRIAW/CRIEF. Voir aussi Féminisme
Féminisme radical de la spécificité : Forme de féminisme.

  DESCARRIES, F. & SHIRLEY, R. (1988). Le mouvement des femmes et ses courants de pensée : essai de typologie. Ottawa : CRIAW/CRIEF. Voir aussi Féminisme
Féminisme séparatiste lesbien : Forme de féminisme qui, devant l'impossibilité de réformer le patriarcat, propose aux femmes de troquer l'hétérosexualité pour le lesbianisme. = féminisme radical lesbien. ( ): Butler. Separatism feminism, political lesbianism.

  DESCARRIES, F. & SHIRLEY, R. (1988). Le mouvement des femmes et ses courants de pensée : essai de typologie. Ottawa : CRIAW/CRIEF. Voir aussi Féminisme
Féminisme socialiste : Forme de féminisme. Socialist feminism.

  DESCARRIES, F. & SHIRLEY, R. (1988). Le mouvement des femmes et ses courants de pensée : essai de typologie. Ottawa : CRIAW/CRIEF. Voir aussi Féminisme

 

Féminité : Ensemble des caractéristiques physiques et psychologiques que l'on attribue généralement aux femmes. Ces attributions sont tantôt fondées sur des faits (EX : Dimorphisme : Les femmes sont en moyenne plus petite que les hommes), tantôt fondées des coyances (EX : Les femmes parlent plus que les hommes). Féminité et masculinité. Femininity, feminine traits.

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Voir aussi Masculinité, Femme et Féminisme
Femme : Individu de l'espèce humaine possédant un sexe et un genre féminin. Femme et homme. = Moitié de l'humanité, gente feminine, deuxième sexe. *femelle. Woman.
Femme
Jeune femme Femme Noire Féminisme
Femme maltraîtée Feminité Anti-féminisme
Femme âgée Féminsation  
 
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Voir aussi Différence sexuelle, Homme et Jeune femme
Femme (Jeune...) : Femme de moins de 18 ans. Jeune femme et adolescence. = adoslecente. Girl, Adolescent girl, teenager, girl, young women.

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Voir aussi Différence sexuelle et Jeune homme
Femme âgée : Voir Vieil adulte et Vieillissement.
Femme maltraitée : Femme maltraitée, maltraitance et syndrome de la femme battue. Battered woman, spouse abuse.
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Voir aussi Syndrome de la femme battue
Femme Noire : Voir Femme ou Afro-américain.
Fenêtre de Johari : Modèle développé par Joseph Luft et Harrington Ingham pour décrire la communication au sein des groupes. Le mot Johari est composé des premières lettres des prénoms Joseph et Harry. = modèle de révélation de soi, modèle de rétroaction de soi.
Ce qui de MOI est _______ DES AUTRES.   Ce qui de MOI est __________ de MOI.
Connu Inconnu
Connu Zone publique
connu de moi et des autres
Zone aveugle
connu seulement des autres
Inconnu Zone cachée
connu seulementde moi
Zone inconnue
inconnu de moi et des autres

 
Feng shui : Croyance.
 
Fenichel Otto (Vienne 1897-1946 Vienne) : Médecin, psychiatre et psychanalyste américain d'origine autrichienne. Il s'est intéressé notamment aux névroses. Analysé par Federn et Rado.
FENICHEL, O. (1928). The clinical aspect of the need for punishment. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 9, 47-70.
FENICHEL, O. (1931). Specific forms of the Oedipus complex. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 12, 412-430.
FENICHEL, O. (1941). The ego and the affects. Psychoanalytic Review, 28, 47-60.
FENICHEL, O. (1944). Remarks on the common phobias. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 13, 313-326.
FENICHEL, O. (1953). La théorie psychanalytique des névroses : tome I et II. Paris : Presses Universitaires de France.
Fenn Kimberly M. ( ) : Psychologue cognitiviste américaine et spécialiste de l'étude de l'influence du sommeil sur la mémoire. Collaboratrice de Loftus, Ravizza et Roediger.
FENN, K.M., NUSBAUM, H.C. & MARGOLIASH, D. (2003). Consolidation during sleep of perceptual learning of spoken language. Nature, 425, 614-616. [PDF]
FENN, K.M., GALLO, D.A., MARGOLIASH, D., ROEDIGER, H.L. & NUSBAUM, H.C. (2009). Reduced false memory after sleep. Learning & Memory, 16, 509-513. [PDF]
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FENN, K.M. GRIFFIN, N.R., UITVLUGT, M.G. & RAVIZZA, S.M. (2014). The effect of Twitter exposure on false memory formation. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 21 (6), 1551-1556. [PDF]
FENN, K.M. & HAMBRICK, D.Z. (2015). General intelligence predicts memory change across sleep. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 22, 791-799. [PDF]
Fente synaptique : Espace entre deux neurones (A et B) dans lequel sont libérés des substances chimiques - les neurotransmetteurs - qui entraîne le passage (excitation) ou non (inhibition) de l'influx nerveux, qui se propage alors de la pré-synapse (neurone A) à la post synapse (neurone B). Fente synaptique, capture/recapture et synapse. = jonction neuronale, pont synaptique, espace intersynaptiue. Synaptic cleft.

 
Fentress John C. ( ) : Éthologiste et zoologiste canadien, spécialisé dans l'étude du comportement des canidés, notamment des coyotes et des loups. Collaborateur de Berridge, Harrington et Mech.
FENTRESS, J.C. (1967). Observations on the behavioral development of a hand-reared male timber wolf. American Zoologist, 7, 339-351.
FENTRESS, J.C., FIELD, R. & PARR, H. (1978). Social dynamics and communication. In H. Markowitz & V. Stevens (Eds.), Behavior of captive wild animals (pp. 67-106). Chicago : Nelson-Hall.
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HARRINGTON, F.H., RYON, J. & FENTRESS, J.C. (1987). Multiple or extended estrus in a coyote (Canis latrans). American Midland Naturalist, 117, 218-220.
McLEOD, P.J. & FENTRESS, J.C. (1997). Developmental changes in the sequential behaviour of interacting timber wolf pups. Behavioural Processes, 39, 127-136.
Féodalisme/Féodal :

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Fer (Insuffisance en...) : Iron deficiency.

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Ferenczi Sandor (Miskol 1873-1933 Budapest) : Médecin, psychiatre et psychanalyste hongrois. Il est membre de la Société psychologique du mercredi. On lui doit le concept d'introjection. Analyste de Balint, Jones, Klein, Lorand et Rickman. Collaborateur d'Abraham, Freud, Groddeck, Rank et Simmel.
FERENCZI, S. (1908/1968). De la portée de l'éjaculation précoce. Dans Psychanalyse I, Oeuvres complètes-Tome I : 1908-1912 (p. 17-19). Paris : Payot.
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FERENCZI, S. (1919/1974). L'influence exercée sur le patient en analyse. in : Psychanalyse III, Oeuvres complètes - Tome III : 1919-1926 (p. 24-26). Paris : Payot.
FERENCZI, S. (1924). Thalassa : essai sur la théorie de la génitalité. Paris : petite Bibliothèque Peyot.
 
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Ferguson Christophe J. ( ) : Psychosociologue américain, spécialisé dans l'étude de la représentation de la violence dans les médias, notamment dans les jeux vidéo.
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FERGUSON, C.J. (2010). Genetic contributions to antisocial personality and behavior : A meta-analytic review from an evolutionary perspective. Journal of Social Psychology, 150 (2), 160-180. [PDF]
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Fermer les yeux : Eye closure.

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Fernandez de Molina A. ( ) : Physiologiste anglais. On lui doit la découverte du circuit de la punition.

FERNANDEZ DE MOLINA, A. & HUNSPERGER, R.W. (1959). Central representation of affective reactions in forebrain and brainstem : Electrica stimulation of amygdala, stria terminalis, and adjacent structures. Journal of Physiology, 145, 251-265. [PDF]
FERNANDEZ DE MOLINA, A. & HUNSPERGER, R.W. (1962). Organization of the subcortical system governing defence and flight reactions in the cat. Journal of Physiology, 160, 200-213. [PDF]
FERNANDEZ DE MOLINA, A. & PERL, E.R. (1965). Sympathetic activity and the systemic circulation in the spinal cat. Journal of Physiology, 181 (1), 82–102. [PDF]
FERNANDEZ DE MOLINA, A., KUNO, M. & PERL, E.R. (1965). Antidromically evoked responses from sympathetic preganglionic neurones. Journal of Physiology, 181 (2), 321–335. [PDF]
Fernyhough Charles ( ) : Psychologue anglais et spécialiste du développement, Collaborateur de Bentall et Winsler.
FERNYHOUGH, C. (1996). The dialogic mind : A dialogic approach to the higher mental functions. New Ideas in Psychology, 14, 47-62.
FERNYHOUGH, C. & RUSSELL, J. (1997). Distinguishing one's own voice from those of others : A function for private speech ? International Journal of Behavioral Development, 20 (4), 651-665. [PDF]
FERNYHOUGH, C. (2004). Alien voices and inner dialogue : Towards a developmental account of auditory verbal hallucinations. New Ideas in Psychology, 22, 49-68.
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FERNYHOUGH, C., JONES, S.R., WHITTLE, C., WATERHOUSE, J. & BENTALL, R.P. (2008). Theory of mind, schizotypy, and persecutory ideation in young adults. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 13, 233-249. [PDF]
Ferrari Joseph R. ( ) : Psychosociologue américain et spécialiste de l'étude de la procrastination. Collaborateur de Steel.
FERRARI, J.R. (1991). Procrastination and project creation : Choosing easy, nondiagnostic items to avoid self-relevant information. Journal of Social Behavior & Personality, 6, 619-628.
FERRARI, J.R. (1992). Psychometric validation of two procrastination inventories for adults : Arousal and avoidance measures. Journal of Psychopathology & Behavioral Assessment, 14 (2), 97-110. [PDF]
FERRARI, J.R. & PATEL, T. (2004). Social comparisons by procrastinators : Rating peers with similar and dissimilar delay tendencies. Personality & Individual Differences, 37, 1493-1501.
FERRARI, J.R. & BRISTOW, M. (2005). Are we helping you serve others ? Student perceptions of campus alturism in support of community service. Education, 125, 404-413.
FERRARI, J.R. & DIAZ-MORALES, J.F. (2007). Perceptions of self-concept and self-presentation by procrastinators : Further evidence. The Spanish Journal of Psychology, 10 (1), 91-96. [PDF]
Ferretti Ralph P. ( ) : Psychopédagogue américain et spécialiste de l'étude de la résolution de problème et l'enseignement de l'histoire. Collaborateur de Okolo.
FERRETTI, R.P. (1982). An analysis of passive memory in normal and mentally retarded persons. Intelligence, 6, 69-87.
FERRETTI, R.P. & BUTTERFIELD, E.C. (1992). Intelligence-related differences in the learning, maintenance, and transfer of problem-solving strategies. Intelligence, 16, 207-223.
FERRETTI, R.P., MacCARTHUR, C.D. & OKOLO, C.M. (2001). Teaching for historical understanding in inclusive classrooms. Learning Disability Quarterly, 24 (1), 59-71.
FERRETTI, R.P., MacCARTHUR, C.D. & OKOLO, C.M. (2002). Teaching effectively about historical things. Teaching Exceptional Children, 34 (6), 66-69.
< FERRETTI, R.P., MacCARTHUR, C.D. & OKOLO, C.M. (2007). Students' misconceptions about U.S. Westward migration. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 40, 145-154.
Ferri/Ferry
Enrico Ferri Luc Ferry
 
Ferri Enrico (San Benedetto Italie 1856-1929 Rome) : Criminaliste italien et fondateur de la criminologie.
FERRI, E. (1893/1914). La sociologie criminelle. Paris : Félix Alcan.
FERRI, E. (1902/05). The revolutionary method. Il Socialismo/International Socialist Journal, 7 (1).
 
 
Ferron Jean ( ) : Biologiste et éthologiste québécois, spécialisé dans l'étude des écureuils.
FERRON, J. (1975). Solitary play in the red squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus). California Journal of Zoology, 53, 1495-1499. [PDF]
FERRON, J. (1976). Cycle annuel d'activité de l'écureuil roux (Tamiasciurus Hudsonicus), adultes et jeunes en semi-liberté au QUébec. Le Naturaliste Canadien, 103 (1), 1-10. [PDF]
FERRON, J. (1981). Comparative ontogeny of behaviour in four species of squirrels (Sciuridae). Zeitschrift für Tierpsychologie, 55 (3), 193-216.
FERRON, J. (1985). Social behaviour of the golden-mantled ground squirrel (Spermophilus lateralis). Canadian Journal of Zoology, 63, 2529-2533. [PDF]
FERRON, J.,OUELLET, J.P. & LEMAY, Y. (1986). Spring and summer time budgets and feeding behaviour of the red squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus). Canadian Journal of Zoology, 64 (2), 385-391. [PDF]
Ferry Luc (Colombes France 1951-) : Philosophe humaniste français. Il s'est notamment intéressé à l'athéisme. Collaborateur de Compte-Sponville.
FERRY, L. (1990). Homo aestheticus. L'invention du goût à l'âge démocratique. Paris : Grasset.
FERRY, L. (1992). Le nouvel ordre écologique. Paris : Éditions Grasset.
COMPTE-SPONVILLE, A. et FERRY, L. (1998). La sagesse des modernes. Paris : Robert Laffont.
FERRY, L. et GAUCHET, M. (2004). Le religieux après la religion. Paris : Grasset et Fasquelle.
FERRY, L. (2006). Vaincre les peurs. La philosophie comme amour de la sagesse. Paris : Éditions Odile Jacob. .
Ferster Charles Bohris (1922-1981) : Psychologue béhavioriste américain, spécialiste de l'apprentissage, notamment des programmes de renforcement. Étudiant de Keller et Schoenfeld. Collaborateur de Skinner, Tryon et Michael.
FERSTER, C.B. (1953). Sustained behavior under delayed reinforcement. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 45 (4), 218-224.
FERSTER, C.B. & SKINNER, B.F. (1957). Schedules of reinforcement. New York : Appleton-Century-Crofts.
FERSTER, C.B. (1958). Intermittent reinforcement of a complex response in a chimpanzee. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 1, 163-165. [PDF]
FERSTER, C.B. & APPEL, J.B. (1961). Punishment of SΔ responding in matching to sample by time out from positive reinforcement. Journal of Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 4 (1), 45-56. [PDF]
FERSTER, C.B. (1978). Is operant conditioning getting bored with behavior ? A review of Honig and Staddon's handbook of operant behavior. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 29, (2), 347-349. [PDF]
 
SKINNER, B.F. (1981). A personal memoir. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 35, 259-261. [PDF]
BOREN, J.J. (1969). Charles B. Ferster 1922-1981. The Behavior Analyst, 4 (2), 155-156. [PDF]
DINSMOOR, J.A. (1982). Obituary : Charles B. Ferster (1922-1981). American Psychologist, 37 (2), 235.
Fertilité : Fertility.

  HASELTON, M.G. & MILLER. G.F. (2006). Women's fertility across the cycle increases the short-term attractiveness of creative intelligence compared to wealth. Human Nature, 17, 50-73. [PDF]
 LUCAS, M., KOFF, E. & SKEATH, S. (2007). A pilot study of relationship between fertility and bargaining. Psychological Reports, 101, 302-310
Feshbach Norma Deitch ( ) : Psychologue américaine, spécialisée dans l'étude de l'empathie.
FESHBACH, N.D. & ROE, K.K. (1968). Empathy in six- and seven-year-olds. Child Development, 39 (1), 133-145.
FESHBACH, N.D. (1973). The effects of violence in childhood. Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology, 2 (3), 28-31.
FESHBACH, N.D. (1975). Empathy in children : Some theoretical and empirical considerations. The Counseling Psychologist, 5 (2), 25-30.
FESHBACH, N.D., DILLMAN, A.S. & JORDAN, T.S. (1979). Children and television advertising : Some research and some perspectives. Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology, 8 (1), 26-30.
FESHBACH, N.D. & FESHBACH, S. (1987). Affective processes and academic achievement. Child Development, 58 (5), 1335-1347.
Fessler Daniel M.T. ( ) : Anthropologue américain. Collaborateur de Navarrete.
FESSLER, D.M.T. & NAVARRETE, C.D. (2003). Domain-specific variation in disgust sensitivity across the menstrual cycle. Evolution & Human Behavior, 24 (6), 406-417.
FESSLER, D.M.T. & NAVARRETE, C.D. (2004). Third-party attitudes towards sibling incest : Evidence for the Westermark hypothesis. Evolution & Human Behavior, 25 (5), 277- 294.
FESSLER, D.M.T., NAVARRETE, C.D., HOPKINS, W. & IZARD, M.K. (2005). Examining the terminal investment hypothesis in humans and chimpanzees : Associations among maternal age, parity and birth weight. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 127, 95-104.
FESSLER, D.M.T., PISOR A.C. & NAVARRETE, C.D. (2014). Negatively-biased credulity and the cultural evolution of beliefs. Plos One, 9 (4), 1-8. [PDF]
FESSLER, D.M.T., PISOR A.C. & HOLBROOK, C. (2017). Political orientation predicts credulity regarding putative hazards. Psychological Science, 28 (5), 651-660. [PDF]
Festinger Leon (New York 1919-1989) : Psychosociologue américain. Il a élaboré une théorie de la comparaison sociale et une théorie de la dissonance cognitive. Étudiant de Lewin. Professeur d'Aronson, Hatfield, Piliavin et Schachter. Collaborateur de Bruner, Brunswick, Heider, Kelley, Osgood, Rappaport et Raven.

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FESTINGER, L. & SCHACHTER, S. (1950). The spatial ecology of group formation. In L. Festinger, S. Schachter & K. Back (Eds.), Social pressure in Informal groups.
FESTINGER, L. (1954). A theory of social comparison processes. Human Relations, 5, 117-140. [PDF]
FESTINGER, L. (1957). Theory of cognitive dissonance. Stanford : Stanford UP.
FESTINGER, L. & CARLSMITH, J.M. (1959). Cognitive consequences of forced compliance. Journal of Abnormal & Social Psychology, 58, 203-211. [PDF]
FESTINGER, L., SCHACHTER, S. & BACK, K. (1963). Social pressures in informal groups. London : Tavistock.
 
MOSCOVICI, S. (1979). Obituary : Leon Festinger. European Journal of Social Psychology, 19, 263-269.
ZAJONC, R.B. (1990). Obituary : Leon Festinger (1919-1989). American Psychologist, 45 (5), 661-662.
SCHACHTER, S. (1994). Leon Festinger. In National Research Council staff, (Eds.), Biographical memoirs (Vol. 64. pp. 98-110).Washington, DC : National Academy of Sciences.
GAZZANIGA, M.S. (2006). Leon Festinger: Lunch with Leon. Perspectives on Psychological Science 1, 88-94.
Fétichisme : Paraphilie qui consiste à chercher une excitation sexuelle en pensant (fantaisies et fantasmes répétés et intenses) à des parties du corps (pied, poils pubiens, etc) et à des vêtements (botte, escarpin, masque, petite culotte, etc.) ou en se stimulant sexuellement au moyen de ces objets ou de ces parties du corps. N.D.L.R. Non, je ne sais pas où l'on peut se procurer le etc. Fetishism.

  FREUD, S. (1928). Fetishism. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 9, 161-166. ZAVITZIANOS, G. (1982). The perversion of fetishism in women. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 51, 405-425.
STEKEL, W. (1930). Sexual aberrations: The phenomenon of fetishism in relation to sex. Liveright Publishing. BLANCHARD, R., RACANSKY, I.G. & STEINER, B.W. (1986). Phallometric detection of fetishistic arousal in heterosexual male cross-dressers. Journal of Sexual Research, 22 (4), 452-462.
BALINT, M. (1935). A contribution on fetishism. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 16, 481-483. KOHON, G. (1987). Fetishism revisited. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 68, 213-228.
GILLEPSIE, W.H. (1940). A contribution to the study of fetishism. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 21, 401-415. RAPHLING, D.L. (1989). Fetishism in a woman. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 37, 465-491.
FENICHEL, O. (1943). A contribution to the study of fetishism. Psychoanalalysis Quarterly, 12, 433-434. FREUND, K. & BLANCHARD, R. (1993). Erotic target location errors in male gender dysphorics, paedophiles, and fetishists. Bristish Journal of Psychiatry 162 (4), 558-563.
WULFF, M. (1946). Fetishism and object choice in early childhood. Psychoanalalysis Quarterly, 15, 450-471. STEELE, V. (1995). Fetish : Fashion, sex, and power. Oxford University Press.
BAK, R.C. (1953). Fetishism. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 1, 285-298. ROCHE, B. & BARNES, D. (1996). Sexual fetishism : A modern experimental analogue. Clinical Behavior Analysis, 1, 2-4.
ZUCKER, K.J. & BLANCHARD, R. (1997). Transvestic fetishism : Psychopathology and theory. In D.R. Laws & W. O'Donohue (Eds.), Sexual deviance (pp. 253-279). New York : Plenum.
SCHMIDEBERG, M. (1956). Delinquent acts as perversions and fetishes. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 37, 422-424. GIANNINI, A.J., COLAPIETRO, G., SLABY, A.E., MELEMIS, S.M. & BOWMAN, R.K. (1998). Sexualization of the female foot as a response to sexually transmitted epidemics : a preliminary study". Psychological Reports, 83 (2), 491-498.
  LOWENSTEIN, L.F. (2002). Fetishes and their associated behavior. Sexuality & Disability, 20 (2), 135-147.
GARMA, A. (1956). The meaning and genesis of fetishism. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 37, 414-415. WEIDERMAN, M. (2003). Paraphilia and fetishism. The Family Journal, 11 (3), 315-321. [PDF]
PARKIN, A. (1963). On fetishism. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 44, 352-361. KÖKSAL, F., DOMJAN, M., KURT, A., SERTEL, O., ORÜN, S., BOWERS, R. & KUMRU, G. (2004). An animal model of fetishism. Behavioural Research & Therapy, 42, 1421-1434.
  HOOK, D. (2005). The racial stereotype, colonial discourse, fetishism, and racism. Psychoanalytic Review, 92 (5), 701-734. [PDF]
KATAN, M. (1964). Fetishism, splitting of the ego, and denial. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 45, 237-245. LANGSTROM, N. & ZUCKER, K.J. (2005). Transvestic fetishism in the general population : Prevalence and correlates. Journal of Sexual Marital Therapy, 31 (2), 87-95. [PDF]
  REIERSOL, O. & SKEID, S. (2006). The ICD diagnoses of fetishism and sadomasochism. Journal of Homosexuality, 50, 243–262.
RACHMAN, S. & HODGSON, R.J. (1968). Experimentally-induced "sexual fetishism" : explication and development. Psychological Record, 18, 25-27. KAFKA, M.P. (2010). The DSM diagnostic criteria for fetishism. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 39, 357-362. [PDF]
TRUDEL, G. (1988). Les dysfonctions sexuelles. Montréal. Les Presses de l'Université du Québec. Voir aussi Paraphilie
Feu : Fire.

   WRANGHAM, R.W. (2009). Catching fire : How cooking made us human. Basic Books.
Feuchtersleben Ernst von (1804-1872): Médecin, philosophe et poète allemand. On lui doit le concept de psychose (au sens très global de folie, de maladie de l'esprit ou d'aliénation mentale).
 
 
 
 
 
Feuebach Ludwig Andrea (Landshut Bavière 1804-1872 Rechenberg) : Philosophe matérialiste allemand. Disciple de Hegel.
 FEUEBACH, L.A. (1833). Histoire de la philosophie moderne depuis Bacon de Vérulan jusqu'à Benoît Spinoza.
 FEUEBACH, L.A. (1843). Thèses provisoires en vue d'une réforme de la philosophie.
 FEUEBACH, L.A. (1845). L'essence de la religion.
 FEUEBACH, L.A. (1846). Contre le dualisme du corps et de l'âme, de la chair et de l'esprit.
 FEUEBACH, L.A. (1850). La révolution et les sciences naturelles.
Feyerabend Paul Karl (Vienne 1924-1994 Zurich) : Philosophe et épistémologue autrichien. Il propose une vision anarchiste de l'usage des méthodes scientifiques, qui s'oppose à l'idée qu'il n'existe qu'une et une seule méthode ou façon d'acquérir des connaissances en science. Feyerabend et Lakatos.
FEYERABEND, P.K. (1962). Explanation, reduction, and empiricism. In H. Feigl & G. Maxwell (Eds.), Minnesota studies in the philosophy of science (pp. 28-97). Minneapolis : University of Minnesota.
FEYERABEND, P.K. (1979). Contre la méthode. Paris : Points.
FEYERABEND, P.K. (1978). Science in a free society. London : New Left Books.
FEYERABEND, P.K. (1981). Problems of empiricism. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press.
FEYERABEND, P.K. (1981). Écrits philosophiques, volume 1 : Réalisme, rationalisme et méthode scientifique. Chennevières sur marne : Dianoïa.
 
HACKING, I. (1991). Paul Feyerabend, Against Method (revised edition), and The Flight from Reason. The Journal of Philosophy, 87, 219-223.
GOMES, A.P., SIQUIERA-BATISTA, R. & REGO, S.(2013). Epistemological anarchism of Paul Karl Feyerabend and medical education. Revista Brasileira de Educaçâo Médica, 37 (1), 39-45. [PDF]
FIC - FICHE DE LECTURE - FIDÉLITÉ - FIE - FIG - FIL - FIN - FIS - FISHBEIN - FISHER - FISKE - FITCH - FIXATION - FL
Fiabilité : Voir Fidélité.
Fibre (nerveuse) : Groupe d'axones (de neurones) qui forment une sorte de "câble" ou de "circuit" qui permet la transmission de l'influx nerveux du cerveau au sens (fibre afférente) et vice-versa (fibre efférente). Découvert par Leeuwenhoek (1675). Fibre, nerve fiber.

Types de fibre
Fibre afférente Fibre ganglionaire Fibre pré-ganglionaire
Fibre efférente Fibre lente Fibre rapide
 

  WEISS, P.A. (1934). In vitro experiments on the factors determining the course of the outgrowing nerve fiber. Journal of Experimental Zoology, 68, 393-448.
KATZ, B. & SCHMITT, O.H. (1942). A note on the interaction between nerve fibres. Journal of Physiology, 100, 369-382.
WEISS, P.A. & TAYLOR, A.C. (1944). Impairment of growth and myelinization in regenerating nerve fibers subject to constriction. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology & Medicine, 55, 77-80.
BRODAL, A. & ROSSI, G. (1955). Ascending fibers in brain stem reticular formation of cat. Archives of Neurology & Psychiatry, 74, 68-87.
WALL, P.D. (1958). Excitability changes in afferent fibre terminations and their relation to slow potentials. Journal of Physiology, 142, 1-21. [PDF]
WADE, N.J. (2005). Vision and the dimensions of nerve fibers. Journal of the History of the Neurosciences, 14, 281-294.
ABERCROMBIE, M., HICKMAN, C.J. & JOHNSON, M.L. (1980). Dictionary of biology. Londres : Penguin.
Fibre afférente : Composant des nerfs, qui va des extrémités au centre. Plus précisément, les fibres afférentes conduisent les informations (influx nerveux) des sens au cerveau (système nerveux central). = fibre sensorielle. /fibre efférente. Afferent fibre, ascending fiber.

  WALL, P.D., LETTVIN, J.Y., MCCULLOCH, W.S. & PITTS, W.H. (1955). Factors limiting the maximum impulse transmitting ability of an afferent system of nerve fibres. In London Symposiumon Information Theory (pp. 329-344). London : Butterworth.
BRODAL, A. & ROSSI, G. (1955).Ascending fibers in brain stem reticular formation of cat. Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry, 74, 68-87.
WALL, P.D., MCCULLOCH, W.S., LETTVIN, J.Y. & PITTS, W.H. (1955). Effects of strychnine with special reference to spinal afferent fibres. Epilepsia, 4, 29-40.
KOKETZU, K. (1956). Intracellular potential changes of primary afferent nerve fibre sinspinal cords of cats. Journal of Neurohysiology, 19, 375-392.
ABERCROMBIE, M., HICKMAN, C.J. & JOHNSON, M.L. (1980). Dictionary of biology. Londres : Penguin.
Fibre efférente : Composant des nerfs, qui va du centre aux extrémités. Plus précisément, les fibres efférentes conduisent les informations (influx nerveux) du cerveau (système nerveux central) aux effecteurs (glandes ou muscles). = fibre motrice. /fibre afférente. Efferent fibre, descending fiber, descending projection.

  PRASADA, R., JADHAO, J.D. & SHARMA, S.C. (1987). Descending projection neurons to the spinal cord of the Goldfish, Carassius auratus. Journal of Comparative Neurology, 265, 96-108.
ABERCROMBIE, M., HICKMAN, C.J. & JOHNSON, M.L. (1980). Dictionary of biology. Londres : Penguin.
Fibres ganglionnaires :
Fibre lente : = type I ou « rouge », fibre de l'endurance.
Fibres préganglionnaires :
Fibre rapide : = type IIa.
Fibromyalgie : Fibromyalgia.

  NICASSIO, P.M., MOXHAM, E.G., SCHUMAN, C.E. & GERVIRTZ, R.N. (2002). The contributions of pain, reported sleep quality and depressive symptoms to fatigue in fibromyalgia. Pain, 100, 271-279.
ROBINSON RL, BIRNBAUM HG, MORLEY MA, SISITSKY T, GREENBERG PE, CLAXTON A.J. (2003). Economic cost and epidemiological characteristics of patients with fibromyalgia. The Journal of Rheumatology, 30, 1318-1325.
NEUMANN, L. & BUSKILA, D. (2003). Epidemiology of fibromyalgia. Current Pain & Headache Report, 7, 362-368.
EDINGER, J.D., WOHLGEMUTH, W.K., KRYSTAL, A.D. & RICE, J.R. (2005). Behavioral insomnia therapy for fibromyalgia patients : a randomized clinical trial. Archives of Internal Medicine, 165, 2527-2555. [PDF]
JONES, J., RUTLEDGE, D.N., JONES, K.D., MATALLANA, L. & ROOKS, D.S. (2008). Self-assessed physical function levels of women with fibromyalgia : a national survey. Women's Health Issues, 18, 406-412.
SPAETH, M. (2009). Epidemiology, costs, and the economic burden of fibromyalgia. Arthritis Research & Therapy, 11 (3), 117. [PDF]
Fiche bibliographique : Fiche de lecture sur laquelle on note la notice de la référence à une source.

   
Fiche d'information : Fiche de lecture sur laquelle on note le contenu pertinent d'une source.

   
Fiche de lecture : Consiste à noter l'essentiel de ce que l'on est en train de lire, sur une fiche-papier ou dans un fichier informatique, généralement dans le but de préparer une communication scientifique, d'écrire un livre, de rédiger une problématique. On note le contenu sur une fiche d'information et la référence à ce contenu sur une fiche bibliographique. Lecture note, Reading-to-write.
  HARTLEY, J. & CAMERON, A. (1967). Some observations on the efficiency of lecturing. Educational Review, 20, 3-7.
BAKER, L. & LOMBARDI, B.R. (1985). Student's lecture notes and their relation to test performance. Teaching of Psychology, 12, 28-32.
FLOWER, L., STEIN, V., ACKERMAN, J., KANTZ, M.J., McCORMICCK, K. & PECK, C. (1990). Reading-to-write : Exploring a cognitive and social process. New York : Oxford University Press.
BARBETTA, P.M. & SKARUPPA, C.L. (1995). Looking for a way to improve your behavior analysis lectures ? Try guided notes. The Behavior Analyst, 18, 155-160. [PDF]
Voir aussi Lire, Annoter un texte, Mot-clé et Noter
Fiche de lecture ciblée : Fiches de lecture qui ne couvrent pas la totalité d'un texte, mais plutôt certaines portions ou extraits nécessaires à la rédaction d'un texte, d'une problématique. Lecture note targeted.

  BARBETTA, P.M. & SKARUPPA, C.L. (1995). Looking for a way to improve your behavior analysis lectures ? Try guided notes. The Behavior Analyst, 18, 155-160. [PDF]
Fichte Johann Gottlieb (Ramenau en Lusace 1762-1814 Berlin) : Philosophe allemand. Professeur de Schelling.
 
 
 
 
 
Fichten Catherine S. ( ) : Psychologue québécoise et spécialiste de l'étude du couple. Elle s'intéresse également à l'éducation, notamment aux TIC, ainsi qu'aux applications de la théorie du comportement planifié. Elle enseigne à l'Université Mcgill. Collaboratrice de Libman et Wright.
FICHTEN, C. & WRIGHT, J. (1983). Problem-solving skills in happy and distressed couples : Effects of videotape and verbal feedback. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 39, 340-352. [PDF]
FICHTEN, C.S., LIBMAN, E., TAKEFMAN, J. & BRENDER, W. (1988). Self-monitoring and self-focus in erectile dysfunction. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 14 (2), 120-128. [PDF]
FICHTEN, C.S., FERRARO, V., ASUNCION, J.V., CHWOJKA, C., BARILE, M., NGUYEN, M.N., KLOMP, R. & WOLFORTH, J. (2009). Disabilities and e-learning problems and solutions : An exploratory study. Educational Technology & Society, 12 (4), 241-256. [PDF]
FICHTEN, C. S., NGUYEN, M. N., KING, L., BARILE, M., HAVEL, A., MIMOUNI, Z., CHAUVIN, A., BUDD, J., RAYMOND, O., JUHEL, J.-C. & ASUNCION, J. (2013). Portrait de l'utilisation des TIC par les collégiens ayant des troubles d'apprentissage, les bons lecteurs et les très faibles lecteurs. Pédagogie Collégiale, 26(4), 38-42.
FICHTEN, C., AMSEL, R., JORGENSEN, M., NGUYEN, M.N., BUDD, J., HAVEL, A., KING, L., JORGENSEN, S. & ASUNCION, J. (2016). Theory of planned behavior : Sensitivity and specificity in predicting graduation and drop-out among college and university students ? International Journal of Learning, Teaching & Educational Research, 15 (7), 38-52. [PDF]
Fidélité : Qui persiste, qui se maintient, en dépit des obstacles, des contraintes, des difficultés. = fiable. Reliability, fidelity.

Types de fidélité
Fidélité d'une mesure/Test Fidélité au sein d'un couple Fidélité à la marque
 

Fidélité (d'une mesure ou d'un test) : Qui signifie sans biais ou sans erreur (ou avec une erreur constante). Capacité d'un outil de mesurer un phénomène de manière consistante, c-à-d- indépendante du moment où cette évaluation/mesure est faite. Se dit de tout instrument, technique ou méthode sur lequel on peut compter pour décrire la réalité avec contance (si erreur = toujours la même). Fidélité, précision et validité d'une mesure. = constance dans le temps, fiabilité. Reliability.
 
Les types de fidélité de la mesure
Fidélité concurente Fidélité de bisection Fidélité interjuge
Fidélité critériée Fidélité de convergence Fidélité test-retest
 

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CLARKE, H.J., FLEMING, E.E. & ROSENZWEIG, S. (1947). The reliability of the scoring of the Rosenzweig Picture-Frustration Study. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 3, 364-370. ZARCONE, J.R., RODGERS, T.A., IWATA, B.A., ROURKE, D.A. & DORSEY, M.F (1991). Reliability analysis of the Motivation Assessment Scale : A failure to replicate. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 12 (4), 349-360.
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LENTZ, R.J., PAUL, G.L. & CALHOUN, J.F. (1971). Reliability and validity of three measures of functioning with "hard-core" chronic mental patients. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 78 (1), 69-76. BRAINERD, C.J. (1994). The reliability of children's testimony. Child & Adolescent Behavior Newsletter.
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CARMINES, E.G. & ZELLER, R.A. (1979). Reliability and validity. Beverly Hills : Sage.  
PETER, P.J. (1979). Reliability : A review of psychometric basics and recent marketing practices. Journal of Marketing Research, 16, 6-17. STINCHFIELD, R. (2002). Reliability, validity, and classification accuracy of a measure of DSM-IV diagnostic criteria for pathological gambling. American Psychiatry, 160, 180-182. [PDF]
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PERREAULT, W.D. & LEIGH, L.E. (1989). Reliability of nominal data based on qualitative judgments. Journal of Marketing Research, 26, 135-148 IWATA, B.A., DELEON, I.G. & ROSCOE, E. (2013). Reliability and validity of the Functional Analysis Screening Tool. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 46 (1), 271-284. [PDF]
Voir aussi Validité d'une recherche ou Mesure
Fidélité (au sein du couple) : Fidélité et mariage. = fidélité conjugale. Fidelity.

  RAMSAY, M.A. & STIRLING, I. (1990). Fidelity of female polar bears to winter-den sites. Journal of Mammalogy, 71, 233-236.
Fidélité à la marque : Pour un consommateur, consiste à continuer à acheter un produit, une marque, même si d'autres produits de qualité comparable sont disponibles ou offert à moindre prix. Consumer Loyalty, repurchase Loyalty.

  DUFER, J. et MOULINS, J-L. (1989). La relation entre la satisfaction du consommateur et sa fidélité à la marque : un examen critique. Recherche et Applications en Marketing, 4 (2), 21-36.
KNOX, S. (1998). Loyalty-based segmentation and the customer development process. European Management Journal, 16 (2), 729-737.
OLIVER, R.L. (1999). Whence consumer loyalty. Journal of Marketing, 63, 33-44.
HOMBOURG, C. & GIERING, A. (2001). Personal characteristics as moderators of the relationship between customer satisfaction and loyalty. Psychology & Marketing, 18 (1), 43-66.
OLSEN, S. T. (2002), Comparative evaluation and the relationship between quality, satisfaction, and repurchase loyalty. Journal of the academy of Marketing Science, 30, (3), 240-249.
BODET, G. (2008). Customer satisfaction and loyalty in service : Two concepts, four constructs, several relationships. Journal of Retailing & Consumer Services, 15 (3), 156-162.
SHAHIN, A. & ABANDI, A.A. (2011). Analyzing the relationship between customer satisfaction and loyalty in the software industry - With a case study in Isfahan System Group. International Journal of Business & Social Science, 2 (23), 129-136. [PDF]
Voir aussi Marque
Fidélité concurente :

   
Fidélité critériée : Alternate-form reliability.

  SHAVELSON, R.J., BLOCK, J. & RAVITCH, M. (1972). Criterion-referenced testing : Comments on reliability. JEM, 9, 133-140.
Voir aussi Fidélité
Fidélité de bisection : Split-half reliability.

 
Fidélité de convergence : Parallel-forms reliability.
 
Fidélité interjuge : = fidélité interobservateur. Interrater reliability, interobserver agreement, interobserver reliability.
  COHEN, J.A. (1960). Coefficient of agreement for nominal scales. Educational & Psychological Measurement, 20, 37-46.
COHEN, J.A. (1968). Weighted Kappa : Nominal scale agreement with provision for scaled disagreement or partial credit. Psychological Bulletin, 70, 213-220.
FLEISS, J.L. (1971). Measuring agreement between two judges on the presence or absence of a trait. Biometrics, 31, 651-659.
KAZDIN, A.E. (1977). Artifact, bias, and complexity of assessment : The ABCs of reliability. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 10 (1), 141-150. [PDF]
HARTMANN, D.P. (1977). Considerations in the choice of interobserver reliability estimates. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 10 (1), 103-116. [PDF]
CARO, T.M., ROPER, R., YOUNG, M. & DANK, G.R. (1979). Inter-observer reliability. Behaviour, 69, 303-315. [PDF]
LAURENCELLE, L. (1981). Quelques modèles et techniques de la fidélité inter-juges. Lettres Statistiques, 6, 1-18.
Voir aussi Fidélité
Fidélité test-retest : Expression utilisée pour désigner une technique qui permet d'estimer la fidélité d'une mesure/test, et qui consiste à administrer cette mesure ou ce test à (au moins) deux reprises, à des moments différents (stabilité), aux mêmes individus et à calculer la corrélation entre les résultats de ces deux mesures/tests. Par convention, on considère qu'une corrélation de .9 est considérée comme excellente, alors qu'un .7 est tout juste acceptable. On nomme (équivalence) la même technique visant à établir une corrélation entre des variantes différentes d'un même test. Cette technique repose sur le postulat que le phénomène à l'étude est stable ou du moins qu'il le demeure entre les moments ou il est mesuré. EX : Deux mesures enregistrées par le même outil pour un même échantillon, à des moments différents. Méthode test-retest et équivalence des mesures. = Test-retest. Test-retest reliability.
  THURSTONE, L.L. (1932). The reliability and validity of tests. Ann Arbor, Michigan : Edwards Brothers. ROSENZWEIG, S., LUDWIG, D.J. & ADELMAN, S. (1975). Retest reliability of the Rosenzweig Picture-Frustration Study and similar semiprojective techniques. Journal of Personality Assessment, 39 (1), 3-12.
GUTTMAN, L. (1945). A basis for analyzing test-retest reliability. Psychometrika, 10, 255-282. SUBKOVIAK, M.J. (1976). Estimating reliability from a single administration of a mastery test. JEM, 13, 265-276.
WINDLE, C. (1954). Test-retest on personality questionnaires. Educational Psychology Measurement, 14, 617-633. ZARCONE, J.R., RODGERS, T.A., IWATA B.A., ROURKE, D.A. & DORSEY, M.F. (1991). Reliability analysis of the Motivation Assessment Scale : A failure to replicate. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 12 (4), 349-360.
GOLDBERG, L.R. & RORER, L.G. (1964). Test-retest item statistics. Psychological Reports, 15, 413-414. BORNSTEIN, R.F., GALLEY, D.J., LEONE, D.R. & KALE, A.R. (1991). The temporal stability of ratings of parents: Test-retest reliability and influence of parental contact. Journal of Social Behavior & Personality, 6, 641-649.
McMORRIS, R.F. (1972). Evidence of several approximations for commonly used measurement statistics. JEM, 9, 113-122. SPENCER, F.H. & BORNHOLT, L.J. (2005). Investigating moderators of test-retest reliability in screening children's cognitive functioning. Australian Journal of Educational & Developmental Psychology, 5, 91-106.
Voir aussi Fidélité
Fidell
Linda S. Fidell Sanford Fidell
 
Fidell Linda S. ( ) : Psychologue, statisticienne et féministe américaine, spécialisée dans l'étude des rôles sexuelles. Elle s'intéresse également aux statistiques multivariées. Collaboratrice de Delamater et Tabachnick.
FIDELL, L.S. & DELAMATER, J. (1971). Women in the professions: what's all the fuss about ? Sage Publications.
FIDELL, L.S. (1973). Put her down on drugs : Prescribed drug usage in women. ERIC Clearinghouse.
FIDELL, L.S. (1980). Sex role stereotypes and the American physician. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 4 (3), 313-330.
FIDELL, L.S. (1984). Sex roles in medicine. In Widon, C.P. (Ed.), Sex roles and psychopathology (pp. 375-389). Springer.
TABACHNICK, B.G. & FIDELL, L.S. (2013). Using multivariate statistics. Boston : Pearson.
Fidell Sanford ( ) : Spécialiste de l'étude des effets psychologique du bruit, notamment des avions. Collaborateur de Fidell et Tabachnick.
FIDELL, S. & JONES G. (1975). Effects of cessation of late-night flights on an airport community. Journal of Sound & Vibration, 42 (4), 411-427.
FIDELL, S., HORONJEFF, R., MILLS, J., BALDWIN, E., TEFFETELLER, S. & PEARSONS, K. (1985). Aircraft noise annoyance at three joint air carrier and general aviation airports. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 77 (3), 1054-1068.
FIDELL, S. & SILVATI, L. (1991). An assessment of the effect of residential acoustic insulation on prevalence of annoyance in an airport community. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 89 (1), 244-247.
FIDELL, S. MESTRE, V., SCHOMER, P., BERRY, B., GJESTLAND, T., VALLET, M. & REID, T. (2011). A first-principles model for estimating the prevalence of annoyance with aircraft noise exposure. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 134 (2), 791-806. [PDF]
FIDELL, S., TABACHNICK, B.G., MESTRE, V. & FIDELL, L.S. (2013). Aircraft noise-induced awakenings are more reasonably predicted from relative than from absolute sound exposure levels. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 134, 3645-3653.
Feidler/Fiedler
Fred Edward Feidler Klaus Fiedler
 
Fiedler Klaus ( ) : Psychologue cognitiviste américain, d'origine allemande. Collaborareur de Asendorpf, Bjork, De Houwer, Koriat, Nosek et Schwarz.
FIEDLER, K. (1991). The tricky nature of skewed frequency tables : An information loss account of distinctiveness-based illusory correlations. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 60 (1), 24-36.
FIEDLER, K. (2000). Illusory correlations : A simple associative algorithm provides a convergent account of seemingly divergent paradigms. Review of General Psychology, 4 (1), 25-58.
FIEDLER, K. & FREYTAG, P. (2004). Pseudocontingencies. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 87 (4), 453-467.
FIEDLER, K. (2008). The ultimate sampling dilemma in experience-based decision making. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 34 (1), 186-203.
FIEDLER, K. & WÄNKE, M. (2009). The cognitive-ecological approach to rationality in social psychology. Social Cognition, 27, 699-732.
Field/Fields
Tiffany Field William M. Fields
 
Field Tiffany M. (Lacrosse-) : Psychologue américaine, spécialisée dans l'étude du développement, notamment dans la relation enfant-mère dépressive. Elle s'intéresse également au rôle du toucher et du massage des enfants.
FIELD, T. (1984). Early interactions between infants and their postpartum depressed mothers. Infant Behavior & Development, 7, 527-532.
FIELD, T. HEALY, B., GOLDSTEIN,S., PERRY, S., BENDELL, D., SCHANBERG.S., ZIMMERMAN, E.A. & KUHN. C. (1988). Infants of depressed mothers show "depressed" behavior even with non-depressed adults. Child Development, 59, 1569-1579.
FIELD, T., MOOROW, C., HEALY, B., FOSTER, T., ADELSTEIN, D. & OLDSTIN, S. (1991). Mothers with zero Beck depression scores act more depressed with their infants. Development & Psychopathology, 3, 253-262.
FIELD, T.M. (1992). Infants of depressed mothers. Development & Psychopathology, 4, 49-66.
FIELD, T.M. (1995). Infants of depressed mothers. Infant Behavior & Development, 18 (1), 1-13.
FIELD, T.M. (1998). Massage therapy effects. American Psychologist, 53 (12), 1270-1281.
Fields William M. (Atlanta 1949-) : Primatologue et spécialiste de l'étude des bonobos, notamment du langage. Collaborateur de Rumbaugh et Savage-Rumbaugh.
SAVAGE-RUMBAUGH, E.S. & FIELDS, W.M. (1998). Language and culture : A trans-cultural interweaving. Language Origins Society, 28, 4-14.
SAVAGE-RUMBAUGH, E.S., FIELDS, W.M. & TAGLILATELA, J. (2000). Ape consciousness-human consciousness : A perspective informed by language and culture. American Zoology, 40, 910-921. [PDF]
SAVAGE-RUMBAUGH, E.S., FIELDS, W.M. & TAGLILATELA, J. (2001). Language, speech, tools and writing : a cultural imperative. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 8 (5-7), 273-292. [PDF]
SEGERDAHL, P., FIELDS, W.M. & SAVAGE-RUMBAUGH, E.S. (2005). Kanzi's primal language : the cultural initiation of apes into language. Palgrave Macmillan.
SAVAGE-RUMBAUGH, E.S., RUMBAUGH D.M. & FIELDS, W.M. (2006). Language as a window on the cultural mind. In S. Hurley (Ed.), Rational animals. Oxford : Oxford University Press.
Fierté : Affect ou émotion. Dans la théorie de Freud, récompense accordée par le surmoi lorsque l'individu agit conformément au principe de la morale. Fierté et estime de soi. Pride.

  AALKER, J.L. & WILLIAMS, P. (1998). Empathy versus pride : The influence of emotional appeals across cultures. Journal of Consumer Research, 25, 241-261. [PDF] TRACY, J.L. & ROBINS, R.W. (2008). The nonverbal expression of pride : Evidence for cross-cultural recognition. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 94, 316-330. [PDF]
TRACY, J.L. & ROBINS, R.W. (2004). Show your pride : Evidence for a discrete emotion expression. Psychological Science, 15, 194-197. [PDF] TRACY J.L., SHARIFF, A.F. & CHENG, J.T. (2010). A naturalist's view of pride. Emotion Review, 2, 163-177. [PDF]
TRACY, J.L. & ROBINS, R.W. (2007). The psychological structure of pride : A tale of two facets. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 92, 506-525. ASTHON-JAMES, C.E. & TRACY J.L. (2012). Pride and prejudice : How feelings about the self influence judgments of others. Personality & deSocial Psychology Bulletin, 38, 466-476. [PDF]
TRACY, J.L. & MATSUMOTO, D. (2008). The spontaneous expression of pride and shame: Evidence for biologically innate nonverbal displays. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 105, 11655-11660. [PDF] MARTENS, J.P. & TRACY, J.L. (2012). The emotional origins of a social learning bias: Does the pride expression cue copying ? Social Psychological & Personality Science, 4 (4), 492-499.
MARKUS, H. (2008). Pride, prejudice, and ambivalence : Toward a unified theory of race and ethnicity. American Psychologist, 63, 651-670. [PDF]  
Voir aussi Affect et Émotion
Figer : Immobilité, souvent engendrée par la peur, qui se caractérise par l'incapacité de faire ce que l'on veut faire ou qui met fin abruptement à ce que l'on était en train de faire.

 
Figure : En science, espace ou moment prévu dans une communication scientifique pour présenter un graphique, un schéma ou un croquis. La forme la plus fréquente - les graphiques et autres diagrammes - illustre les résultats d'une recherche. Dans un article empirique, on les trouve dans la section analyse des données. Une figure peut aussi illustrer certains aspects ou détails d'une situation expérimentale ou d'un site d'observation (croquis). = diagramme, graphique, schéma.

 
Type de figure
Croquis Graphique Schéma
 

 
LARKIN, J.H. & SIMON, H. (1987). Why a diagram is (sometimes) worth 10,000 words. Cognitive science, 11, 65-100.
SCHERRER, B. (1984). Biostatistique. Chicoutimi : Gaëtan Morin.
Figure d'autorité : Personne qui incarne l'autorité. Cette personne détient ou qui a détenu le pouvoir dans un groupe et que l'on reconnaît pour cette raison. Figure et méthode d'autorité. Authority figure.

  BURWEN, L.S. & CAMPBELL, D.T. (1957). The generality of attitudes toward authority and nonauthority figures. The Journal of Abnormal & Social Psychology, 54 (1), 24-31.
Filet social : Ensemble des politiques et des mesures prises par un gouvernement pour soutenir les citoyens qui éprouvent des difficutés (à la suite d'une perte d'emploi, d'une maladie, d'un accident, etc.). Safety net.

  MORRIS, P.A. & HENDRA. R. (2009). Losing the safety net : How a time limited welfare policy affects families at risk of reaching time limits. Developmental Psychology, 45 (2), 383-400.
Filicide : Meurtre de ses enfants. Filicide.

  LÉVEILLÉE S., MARLEAU J.D. & DUBÉ, M. (2007). Filicide : a comparison by sex and presence or absence of self-destructive behavior. Journal of Family Violence, 22 (5), 287-295.
Filière inversée : Concept développé par Galbraith pour rendre compte du fait que ce sont les entreprises qui imposent des produits aux consommateurs, et non l'inverse comme le postulent la plupart des modèles économiques classiques et néoclassiques. Cette influence des entreprises sur les consommateurs s'exerce par l'entremise de la publicité, des monopoles, du contrôle des prix (cartel, collusion, etc.).

 
Filigrane : Revue de psychanalyse.
PICOTTE, F. (1992). Une histoire de la psychanalyse à la Maison Jacques-Ferron : Le dur désir de durer. Filigrane, 10 (1), 109-120. [PDF]

Fille : Voir Enfant, Adolescence et Femme.
Film : Voir Cinéma.
Filtre attentionnel : Le terme a au moins acceptions : a) Concept développé par Broadbent pour décrire la capacité du cerveau à sélectionner les stimulations du milieu = attention. b) On utilise également le terme en neurosciences et dans les modèles connexionismes pour désigner les routines qui simulent certaines fonctions du cerveau qui trient les influx.

  a
BROADBENT, D.E. (1977). The hidden pre-attentive process. American Psychologist, 32, 109-118.
b
EDELINE, J.M. & WEINBERGER, N.M. (1992). Associative retuning in the thalamic source of input to the amygdala and auditory cortex : receptive field plasticity in the medial division of the medial geniculate body. Behavioral Neuroscience, 106 (1), 81-105.
HANEK, H., ANSARI, N. & ZHANG, Z.Z. (1993). Comparative study of the generalized adaptive neural filter with other nonlinear filters. In Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (Vol. 1, pp.649-652). IEEE International Conference.
Finance :
Finch Sue ( ) : Statisticienne australienne. Collaboratrice de Cumming et Hoeskstra.
FINCH, S., CUMMING, G. & THOMASON, N. (200(1). Reporting of statistical inference in the Journal of Applied Psychology : Little evidence of progress. Educational & Psychological Measurement, 61,181-210.
FINCH, S., CUMMING, G. & THOMASON, N. (2001). Reporting of statistical inference in the Journal of Applied Psychology : Little evidence of reform. Educational & Psychological Measurement, 61, 181-210.
FINCH, S., CUMMING, G., WILLIAMS, J., PALMER, L., GRIFFITH, E., ALDERS, C., ANDERSON, J. & GOODMAN, O. (2004). Reform of statistical inference in psychology : The case of Memory & Cognition. Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers, 36 (2), 312-324. [PDF]
FINCH, S. & CUMMING, G. (2009). Putting research in context : Understanding confidence intervals from one or more studies. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 34 (9), 903-916. [PDF]
FINCH, S. & GORDON, I. (2014). The development of a first course in statistical literacy for undergraduates. In H. MacGillivray, M., Martin & B. Phillips (Eds.), Topics from Australian conferences on teaching statistics. New York : Springer Science + Business Media .
Fincham Frank D. ( ) : Psychologue américain, spcialiste de l'étude du mariage. Collaborateur de Beach, Bradbury, Joiner, Lewinsohn, Maio et O'leary.
FINCHAM, F.D. & O'LEARY, D. (1983). Causal inferences for spouse behavior in maritally distressed and nondistressed couples. Journal of Social & Clinical Psychology, 1, 42-57. [PDF]
FINCHAM, F.D. & BRADBURY, T.N. (1987). The assessment of marital quality : A reevaluation. Journal of Marriage & the Family, 49, 797-809.
FINCHAM, F.D. & LINFIELD, K.J. (1997). A new look at marital quality : Can spouses feel positive and negative about their marriage ? Journal of Family Psychology, 11, 489-502. [PDF]
FINCHAM, F.D. & BEACH, S.R. (1999). Conflict in marriage : Implications for working with couples. Annual Review of Psychology, 50, 47-77. [PDF]
FINCHAM, F.D., BEACH, S.R. & DAVILA, J. (2004). Forgiveness and conflict resolution in marriage. Journal of Family Psychology, 18, 72-81.
Fine/Finn
Cordelia Fine Michelle Fine Jeremy D. Finn
 
Fine Cordelia ( ) : Psychologue australienne, spécialisée dans l'étude des différences sexuelles et du neurosexisme. Collaboratrice de Jordan-Young, Joel, Kaiser et Rippon.
FINE, C. & BLAIR, R.J.R. (1999). Computations in extraversion. Behavioral & Brain Sciences, 22 (3), 521-523. [PDF]
FINE, C., CRAIGIE, J. & GOLD, I. (2005). Damned if you do; damned if you don't : the impasse in cognitive models of the Capgras delusion. Philosophy, Psychiatry & Psychology, 12 (2), 143-151.
FINE, C., CRAIGIE, J. & GOLD, I. (2005). The explanation approach to delusion. Philosophy, Psychiatry & Psychology, 12 (2), 159-163.
FINE, C. (2008). Will working mothers' brains explode ? The popular new genre of neurosexism. Neuroethics, 1 (1), 69-72. [PDF]
FINE, C. (2010). From scanner to soundbite : Issues in interpreting and reporting sex differences in the brain. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 19, 280-283. [PDF]
Fine Michelle ( ) : Psychologue et féministe américaine.
FINE, M. (1983). Coping with rape : Critical perspectives on consciousnes. Imagination. Cognition, & Personality, 3 (3), 49-267.
FINE, M. (1985). Reflections on a feminist psychology of women : Paradoxes and prospects. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 9 (2), 167-183.
FINE, M. (1992). Reviewof women and gender : A feminist psychology. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 16, 365-367.
FINE, M. & McCLELLAND, S. (2006). Sexuality education and the discourse of desire : Still missing after all these years. Harvard Educational Review, 76 (3), 297-338.
FINE, M. & McCLELLAND, S.I. (2007). The politics of teen women's sexuality : Public policy and the adolescent female body. Emory Law Review, 56, 994-1038.
Fink/Finke
Bernhard Fink Ronald A. Finke
 
Fink Bernhard ( ) : Psychologue évolutionniste et spécialiste de l'étude du visage, notamment en lien avec la beauté et l'attirance physique. Collaborateur de Grammer et Thornhill.
FINK, B., GRAMMER, K. & THORNHILL R. (2001). Human (Homo sapiens) facial attractiveness in relation to skin texture and color. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 115 (1), 92-99. [PDF]
FINK, B. & PENTON-VOAK, I. (2002). Evolutionary psychology of facial attractiveness. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 11 (5), 154-158. [PDF]
FINK, B., MANNING, J.T., NEAVE, N. & GRAMMER, K. (2004). Second to fourth digit ratio and facial asymmetry. Evolution & Human Behavior, 25 (2), 125-132. [PDF]
FINK, B., GRAMMER, K. & MATTS, P.J. (2006). Visual skin color distribution plays a role in the perception of age, attractiveness, and health of female faces. Evolution & Human Behavior, 27(6), 433-442.
FINK, B., WEEGE, B., FLÜGGE J., RÖLDER, S., NEAVE, N. & MCCARTY, K. (2012). Men's personality and women's perception of their dance quality. Personality & Individual Differences, 52(2), 232-235.
Finke Ronald A. ( ) : Psychologue cognitiviste américain, spécialisé dans l'étude de la mémoire et des images mentales. Collaborateur de Freyd, Kosslyn, Pinker et Shepard.

FINKE, R.A. & KOSSLYN, S.M. (1980). Mental imagery acuity in the peripheral visual field. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Human Perception & Performance, 6 (1), 126-139.
FINKE, R.A. & PINKER, S. (1982). Spontaneous mental image scanning in mental extrapolation. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 8 (2), 142-147.
FREYD, J.J. & FINKE, R.A. (1984). Representational momentum. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 10, 126-132.
FINKE, R.A. & FREYD, J.J. (1985). Transformations of visual memory induced by implied motions of pattern elements. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 11 (4), 780-794. [PDF]
FINKE, R.A. & FREYD, J.J. (1989). Mentala extrapolation and cognitive penetrability : Reply to Ranney and proposals for evaluative criteria. Journal of Experimental Psychology : General, 118 (4), 403-408. [PDF]
Finkelhor David S. (1947-) : Sociologue américain, spécialisé dans l'étude de la maltraitance, de la pédophilie et de l'agression sexuelle.
FINKELHOR, D. & BROWNE, A. (1985). The traumatic impact of child sexual abuse : A conceptualization. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 55, 530-541.
FINKELHOR, D. & ARAJI, S. (1986). Explanations of pedophilia : A four factor model. The Journal of Sex Research, 22 (2), 145-161.
FINKELHOR, D. (1990). Early and long-term effects of child sexual abuse : An update. Professional Psychology : Research & Practice, 21, 325-330.
FINKELHOR, D. (1994). Current Information on the scope and nature of child sexual abuse. The Future of Children, 4 (2), 31-53. [PDF]
FINKELHOR, D. & BERLINER, L. (1995). Research on the treatment of sexually abused children : A review and recommendations. Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 34, 1408-1423.
Finkielkraut Alain (Paris 1949-) : Philosophe français.
FINKIELKRAUT, A. (1987). La défaite de la pensée. Paris : Gallimard.
FINKIELKRAUT, A. (2000). Une voix qui vient de l'autre rive. Paris : Gallimard.
 
 
Finlande : Pays. Findland.

  FOGELHOLM, M. & HILLOSKORPI, H. (1999). Weight and diet concerns in finnish female and male athletes. Medicine, Science in Sports & Exercise, 31, 229-235.
RAISAMO, S.U., MÄKELÄ, P., SALONEN, A.H. & LINTONEN, T.P. (2014). The extent and distribution of gambling harm in Finland as assessed by the Problem Gambling Severity Index. European Journal of Public Health, 25 (4), 716-722.
Finn Jeremy D. ( ) : Spécialiste de l'éducation. Il s'intéresse notamment à l'effet des petites classes sur l'apprentissage et la réussite scolaire. Collaborateur de Achilles et Nye.
FINN, J.D. & ACHILLES, C.M. (1990). Answers and questions about class size : A state wide experiment. American Educational Research Journal, 27 (3), 557-577.
FINN, J.D. & ACHILLES, C.M. (1999). Tennessee's class size study : Findings, implications, misconceptions. Educational Evaluation & Policy Analysis, 21 (2), 97-109.
FINN, J.D., GERBER, S.B., ACHILLES, C.M. & BOYD-ZAHARIAS, J. (2001). The enduring effects of small classes. Teachers College Record, 103 (1), 45-83. [PDF]
FINN, J.D., PANNOZZO, G.M. & ACHILLES, C.M. (2004). The "why's" of class size : Student behavior in small classes. Review of Educational Research, 73 (3), 321-368. [PDF]
FINN, J.D., GERBER, S.B. & BOYD-ZAHARIAS, J. (2005). Small classes in the early grades, academic achievement, and graduating from high school. Journal of Educational Psychology, 97 (2), 214-223. [PDF]
First Michael B. ( ) : Psychiatre américain, spécialisé dans l'étude du diagnostic et des conditions d'usage du DSM. Collaborateur de Boelen, Bonanno, Frances et Wakefield.
 FIRST, M.B. & WAKEFIELD, J.C. (2001). Defining 'mental disorder' in DSM-IV. Psychological Medicine, 40, 1783-1785. [PDF]
 FIRST, M.B., PINCUS, H.A., LEVINE, J.B., WILLIAMS, J.B.W., USTIN, B. & PEELE, U.B. (2004). Using clinical utility as a criterion for revising psychiatric diagnoses. American Journal of Psychiatry, 161, 946-954.
 FIRST, M.B. (2005). Desire for amputation of a limb : Paraphilia, psychosis, or a new type of identity disorder. Psychological Medicine, 205 (35), 919-928.
 FIRST, M.B. & WESTERN, D. (2007). Classification for clinical practice : how to make ICD and DSM better able to serve clinicians. International Review of Psychiatry, 19, 473-481.
 FIRST, M.B. (2011). The problematic DSM-5 personality disorders proposal : Options for plan B. Journal Clinical Psychiatry, 72 (10), 1341-1343. [PDF]
First Language : Revue scientifique qui s'intéresse au développement du langage et à la littéracie.
ARAM, D. (2005). Continuity in children's literacy achievements : A longitudinal perspective from kindergarten to school. First Language, 25 (3), 259-289. [PDF]

Fisch Richard ( ) : Psychiatre américain et pionnier des thérapies famililale et brève. En 1963, il se joint au groupe de Palo Alto. = Dick Fish. Collaborateur de Watzlawick et Weakland.

WATZLAWICK, P.J., WEAKLAND, J. & FISCH, R. (1974/75). Changements : paradoxes et psychothérapie. Norton/Paris : Seuil.
FISCH, R. & SCHLANGER, K. (2005). Brief therapy with intimidating cases : Changing the unchangeable. Jossey-Bass / Traîter les cas difficiles. Paris : Seuil.
 
 
Fischhoff Baruch (Detroit 1946-) : Psychologue américain et spécialiste de l'étude du terrorisme et du calcul du risque, notamment chez les adolescents. Collaborateur de Koriat, Linville et Slovic.
FISCHHOFF, B., BOSTROM, A. & QUADREL, M.J. (1993). Risk perception and communication. Annual Review of Publlic Health, 14, 183-203. [PDF]
FISCHHOFF, B. (1996). The real world : What good is it ? Organizational Behavior & Human Decision Processes, 65, 232-248. [PDF]
FISCHHOFF B., DOWNS, J. & BRUINE DE BRUIN, W. (1998). Adolescent vulnerability : A framework for behavioral interventions. Applied & Preventive Psychology, 7, 77-94. [PDF]
FISCHHOFF, B., BRUINE DE BRUIN, W., PARKER, A.M., MILLSTEIN, S.G. & HALPERN-FELSHER, B.L. (2010). Adolescents' perceived risk of dying. Journal of Adolescent Health, 46 (3), 265-269. [PDF]
FISCHHOFF, B. (2011). Communicating about the risks of terrorism (or anything else). American Psychologist, 66, 520-531. [PDF]
Fiset Sylvain ( ) : Psychologue québécois spécialisé dans l'étude de la cognition animale, notamment chez le chien. Collaborateur de Doré.
FISET, S.S. & DORÉ, F.Y. (1996). Spatial encoding in domestic cats (Felis catus). Journal of Experimental Psychology : Animal Behavior Processes, 22, 420-437.
FISET, S., GAGNON, S. & BEAULIEU, C. (2000). Spatial encoding of hidden objects in dogs (Canis familiaris). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 114, 315-324.
FISET, S., LANDRY, F. & OUELLETTE, M. (2006). Egocentric search for disappearing objects in domestic dogs : Evidence for a geometric hypothesis of direction. Animal Cognition, 9, 1-12.
FISET, S. & LEBLANC, V. (2007). Invisible displacement understanding in domestic dogs (Canis familiaris) : The role of visual cues in search behavior. Animal Cognition, 10, 211-224.
FISET, S. (2007). Landmark-based search memory in the domestic dog (Canis familiaris). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 121, 345-353.
Fishbein Martin E. (1936-2009) : Psychosociologue américain, spécialisé dans l'étude des attitudes. En collaboration avec Aizen, il a élaboré une théorie pour expliquer et prédire les comportements (La théorie de l'action raisonnée/Theory of reasoned action). Étudiant de Raven. Professeur d'Albarracin. Collaborateur d'Aizen, Bandura, Ottati et Triandis.
FISHBEIN, M. & RAVEN, B.A. (1967). The AB scales : An operational definition of belief and attitude. Human Relations, 15 (1), 355-44.
FISHBEIN, M. & AIZEN, I. (1975). Belief, attitude, intention, and behaviour : An introduction to theory and research. Addison-Wesley : Don Mills.
FISHBEIN, M., BANDURA, A. & TRIANDIS, H.C. (1992). Factors influencing behavior and behavior change : Final report-theorist's workshop. Rockville : National Institute of Mental Health.
FISHBEIN, M. (1996). Behavioral science and public health : A necessary partnership for HIV prevention. Public Health Reports, 111, 5-10.
FISHBEIN, M. & CAPPELLA, J.N. (2006). The role of theory in developing effective health communications. Journal of Communication, 56 (S), 1-17. [PDF]
 
VALLERAND, R.J., DESHAIES, P., CUERRIER, J-P., PELLETIER, L.G. & MONGEAU, C. (1992). Ajzen and Fishbein's theory of reasoned action as applied to moral behavior : A confirmatory analysis. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 62, 98-109. [PDF]
AJZEN, I. (2010). Martin Fishbein (1936-2009) : Obituary. American Psychologist, 65 (4), 296.
Fisher
Kurt W. Fisher Seymour Fisher Fisher-Loukou Jacques
Ronald Aylmer Fisher Wayne W. Fisher  
 
Fisher Kurt W. (Baltimore 1943-) :Spécialiste de l'éducation. Ses travaux sur le développement des enfants s'inscrivent dans une perspective piagétienne et néo-piagétienne.Collaborateur de Campos.
FISHER, K.W. (1980). A theory of cognitive development : The control and construction of hierarchies of skills. Psychological Review, 87, 477-531.
FISHER, K.W., AYOUB, C., SINGH, I., NOAM, G., MARAGANORE, A. & RAYA, P. (1997). Psychopathology as adaptive development along distinctive pathways. Development & Psychopathology, 9, 749-779.
FISHER, K.W. & BIDELL, T.R. (1998). Dynamic development of psychological structures in action and thought. In R.M. Lerner (Ed.), Handbook of child psychology : Theoretical models of human development (Vol. 1. pp. 467-561). New York : Wiley.
FISHER, K.W. & BIDELL, T.R. (2006). Dynamic development of action, thought, and emotion. In R.M. Lerner (Ed.), Handbook of child psychology : Theoretical models of human development (Vol. 1 pp. 313-399 ). New York : Wiley. [PDF]
FISHER, K.W., DANIEL, D., IMMORDIO-YANG, M.H., STERN, E., BATTRO, A. & KOIZUMI, H. (2007). Why mind, brain, and education ? Why now ? Mind, Brain, & Education, 1 (1), 1-2. [PDF]
Fisher Ronald Aylmer (East Finchley Londres 1890-1962 Adelaide Australie) : Biologiste et statisticien anglais, spécialisé dans l'étude de la génétique des populations. Plusieurs historiens des sciences le considèrent comme le fondateur de la statistique moderne. Il est aussi considéré comme l'un des fondateurs de la génétique des populations (avec Haldane et Wright). Il est l'inventeur de l'analyse de variance. Il s'intéresse également à la corrélation. Professeur de Wilcoxon. Collaborateur de Cochran, Snedecor et Yates.
FISHER, R.A. (1918). The correlation between relatives on the supposition of mendelian inheritance. Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh 52 (2), 399-433.
FISHER, R.A. (1921). Studies in crop variation. I. An examination of the yield of dressed grain from Broadbalk. Journal of Agricultural Science, 11, 107-135. [PDF]
FISHER, R.A. (1922). On the mathematical foundations of theoretical statistics. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, 222, 309-368. [PDF]
FISHER, R.A. (1925). Theory of statistical estimation. Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, 22, 700-725.
FISHER, R.A. (1956). On a test of significance in Pearson's Biometrika Tables (No. 11). Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series B 18 (1), 56-60.
 
NEYMAN, J. (1956). Note on an article by Sir Ronald Fisher. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Series B, 18 (2), 288-294. [PDF] INMAN, H.F. (1994). Karl Pearson and R.A. Fisher on statistical tests : A 1935 exchange from nature. The American Statistician, 48 (1), 2-11. [PDF]
BARLETT, M.S. (1956). Comment on Sir Ronald Fisher's paper : "On a test of significance in Pearson's Biometrika Tables (No. 11)". Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series B, 18 (2), 295-296. ANDERSON, T.W. (1996). R. A. Fisher and multivariate analysis. Statistical Science, 11, 20-34.
WELCH, B.L. (1956). Note on some criticisms made by Sir Ronald Fisher. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series B 18, (2), 297-302. ALDRICH, J. (1997). R. A. Fisher and the making of maximum likelihood 1912-22. Statistical Science, 12, 162-176. [PDF]
NEYMAN, J. (1961). Silver jubilee of My dispute with Fisher. Journal of the Operations Research Society of Japan, 3 (4), 145-154. SCHNUTE, J.T. & RICHARDS, L.J. (2001). Use and abuse of fishery models. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science, 58, 10-17.
KENDALL, M.G. (1963). Ronald Aylmer Fisher, 1890-1962. Biometrika, 50(1/2), 1-15. EDWARDS, A.W.F. (2003). R.A. Fisher : twice professor of genetics : London and Cambridge, or "A fairly well-known geneticist". The Statistician, 52 (3), 311-318.
YATES, F. & MATHER, K. (1963). Ronald Aylmer Fisher. Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society of London, 9, 91-120. [PDF] BERGER, J.O. (2003). Could Fisher, Jeffreys, and Neyman have agreed on testing ? Statistical Science, 18 (1), 1-12.
PIEGROSCH, W.W. (1990). Fisher's contributions to genetics and heredity, with special emphasis on the Gregor Mendel controversy. Biometrics, 46, 915-924. [PDF] GREEN, P.J. (2003). Notes on the life and work of R.A. Fisher. The Statistician, 52 (3), 299-301.
ALDRICH, J. (2005). Fisher and regression. Statistical Science, 20, 401-417. [PDF]
Fisher Seymour (1922-1996) : Psychanalyste américain, spécialisé dans l'étude comparative et l'évaluation des thérapies. Collaborateur de Greenberg.
FISHER, S. (1973). The female orgasm : psychology, physiology, fantasy. London : Allen Lane.
FISHER, S. & GREENBERG, R.P. (1977). The scientific credibility of Freud's theories and therapy. London/New York : Allen Lane/Basic Books.
FISHER, S. (1987). Review of dreams : A key to self-knowledge. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 4 (4), 365-366.
FISHER, S. & GREENBERG, R.P. (Eds.) (1989). The limits of biological treatments for psychological distress : Comparisons with psychotherapy and placebo. Hillsdale : Erlbaum.
FISHER, S. & GREENBERG, R.P. (1996). Freud scientifically reappraised : Testing the theories and therapy. New York : Wiley.
Fisher Wayne W. ( ) : Psychologue béhavioriste américain, spécialisé dans l'étude des comportement inadaptés, de l'autisme et des troubles alimentaires. Collaborateur de Cataldo, Deleon, Hagopian, Hanley, Iwata, Lindauer, Patel, Piazza, Schroeder, Shore, Thompson et Zarcone.
FISHER, W.W., PIAZZA, C.C. & PAGE, T.J. (1989). Assessing independent and interactive effects of behavioral and pharmacologic interventions for a client with dual diagnoses. Journal of Behavior Therapy & Experimental Psychiatry, 20 (3), 241-250.
FISHER, W.W., PIAZZA, C.C., CATALDO, M., HARRELL, R., JEFFERSON, G. & CONNER, R. (1993). Functional communication training with and without extinction and punishment. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 26 (1), 23-36. [PDF]
FISHER, W.W. & IWATA, B.A. (1996). On the function of self-restraint and its relationship to self-injury. Journal of Applied Analysis of Behavior, 29 (1), 93-98. [PDF]
FISHER, W.W. (2001). Functionnal analysis contingencies between mands and destructive behavior. The Behavior Analyst Today Year, 2 (3), 176-181. [PDF]
FISHER, W.W., ADELINIS, J.D., VOLKERT, V.M., KEENY, K.M., NEIDERT, P.L. & HOVANETZ, A. (2005). Assessing preferences for positive and negative reinforcement during treatment of destructive behavior with functional communication training. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 26 (2), 153-168.
Fisher-Loukou Jacques ( ) : Psychosociologue français, spécialisé dans l'étude de la médiation et de la prise de décision. Collaborateur de Guéguen.

FISHER-LOKOU, J. & GUÉGUEN, N. (1997). Processus d'influence dans la situation de médiation et modèle de la conversion minoritaire. Cahiers Internationaux de Psychologie Sociale, 35, 12-29. [PDF]
FISHER-LOKOU, J. & GUÉGUEN, N. (2000). Processus de persuasion en situation de médiation : Effets du pouvoir et de l'innovation. Psychologie Canadienne, 41 (4), 267-278. [PDF]
FISHER-LOKOU, J. & GUÉGUEN, N. (2001), Impact of a mediator, mutual representation of the negociators and decision making in a dyad : evaluation in the case of computer-mediated-communication. Studia Psychologica, 43 (1), 13-21. [PDF]
FISHER-LOKOU, J. & GUÉGUEN, N. (2004). Influence non verbale dans le cadre de la médiation : effets du toucher et du statut sur la prédisposition à atteindre un accord. Cahiers Internationaux de Psychologie Sociale, 61, 35-42. [PDF]
FISHER-LOKOU, J., GUÉGUEN, N. & LÉPY N. (2004). Effets de la communication par réseaux informatiques versus en face-à-face sur la représentation réciproque des négociateurs et leur prise de décision. Bulletin de Psychologie, 57 (5), 525-533. [PDF]
Fiske
Donald Winslow Fiske Susan T. Fiske
 
Fiske Donald Winslow (Lincoln 1916-2003 Chicago) : Psychologue et méthodologiste américain. Collaborateur de Campbell, Goldberg et Shweder.
CAMPBELL, D.T. & FISKE, D.W. (1959). Convergent and discriminant validation by the multitrait-multimethod matrix. Psychological Bulletin, 56, 81-105.
FISKE, D.W. (1971). Measuring concepts of personality. Adline.
DUNCAN, S. & FISKE, D.W. (1977). Face-to-face interaction : Research, methods, and theory. Hillsdale, New Jersey : Lawrence Erlbaum associates Publishers.
FISKE, D.W. (1978). Strategies for personality research : The observation versus interpretation of behaviors. San Francisco : Jossey-Bass.
FISKE, D.W. & CAMPBELL, D.T. (1992). Citations do not solve problems. Psychological Bulletin, 112, 393-395.
 
STARKEY, D. (2003). Donald Winslow Fiske (1916-2003) : Obituary. American Psychologist, 58 (12), 1092.
Fiske Susan T. ( ) : Psychosociologue américaine, spécialisée dans l'étude de la perception sociale, notamment du sexisme et de la discrimination. Elle s'intéresse également à la perception de la guerre. Collaboratrice de Deaux, Etcoff, Gilbert, Glick, Kenny, Leyens, Linville, Lindzey, Pratto, Schacter, Taylor, Todorov, Yzerbyt et Zahn-Waxler.
FISKE, S.T. (1987). People's reactions to nuclear war : Implications for psychologists. American Psychologist, 42, 207-217
FISKE, S.T. (1993). Social cognition and social perception. Annual Review of Psychology, 44, 155- 194.
FISKE, S.T., CUDDY, A.J.C. & GLICK, P & Xu, J. (2002). A model of (often mixed) stereotype content: Competence and warmth respectively follow from status and competition. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 82 (6), 878-902. [PDF]
FISKE, S.T. (2002). What we know about bias and intergroup conflict, problem of the century. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 11, 123-128. [PDF]
FISKE, S.T., CUDDY, A.J.C., & GLICK, P. (2007). Universal dimensions of social perception : warmth and competence. Trends in Cognitive Science, 11, 77-83.
FISKE, S.T. (2012). Managing ambivalent prejudices : The smart-but-cold, and the warm-but-dumb stereotypes. Annals of the American Academy of Political & Social Sciences, 639 (1), 32-48. [PDF]
Fitch W. Tecumseh (1963-) : Biologiste et cognitiviste américain, spécialiste du langage. Collaborateur de Chomsky et Hauser.
FITCH, T. (2000). The evolution of speech : a comparative review. Trends in Cognitive Science, 4 (7), 258-267. [PDF]
HAUSER, M.D., CHOMSKY, N. & FITCH, W.T. (2002). The language faculty : What is it, who has it, and how did it evolve ? Science, 298, 1569-1579.
FITCH, W.T. & HAUSER, M.D. (2004). Computational constraints on syntactic processing in a nonhuman primate. Science, 303, 377-380.
FITCH, W.T. (2005). The evolution of language : A comparative review. Biology & Philosophy, 20, 193-230. [PDF]
FITCH, W.T., HAUSER, M.D. & CHOMSKY, N. (2005). The evolution of the language faculty : Clarifications and implications. Cognition, 97 (2), 179-210. [PDF]
Fitness : Anglicisme. Voir Valeur sélective.
Fixation : Chez Freud, attachement d'une pulsion (énergie libre) à un objet à un stade particulier du développement sexuel. EX: fixation au stade oral. Fixation.

  JUNI, S. (1982). Humor preferences as a function of pre-Oedipal fixation. Social Behaviour & Personality, 10, 63-64.
LAPLANCHE, J. et PONTALIS, J.B. (1967/1998). Vocabulaire de la psychanalyse. Paris : Presses Universitaires de France.
Fixer du regard : Voir Regard.
Fixisme : Doctrine, qui n'a plus cours aujourdhui, selon laquelle il n'existe ni transformation ni dérive des espèces. Chaque espèce serait donc apparue telle quelle, en l'état, au cours de l'histoire géologique. /transformisme. ( ): Cuvier.

 
FLÂNERIE SOCIALE - FLAVELL - FLE - FLIESS - FLORA - FLUGEL - FLUIDITÉ - FLUOXETINE - FLYNN - FO
Flânerie sociale : Tendance à déployer moins d'effort au sein d'un groupe que lors d'une tâche individuelle. En effet, sans certaine situations sociales, on constate que la présence d'autrui nuit à la performance des individus. Ce phénomène a été observé pour la première fois par Ringelmann. D'ailleurs on utilise parfois l'expression effet de Ringleman pour désigner ce phénomène. Selon Latané, la pression exercée sur la performance des individus est inversement proportionnelle à la taille du groupe; plus le groupe est grand, moins il exerce de pression à l'effort, et moins bonne sera la performance. = effet Ringlemann, paresse sociale. /facilitation sociale. Social loafing.
  RINGELMANN, M. (1913). Recherches sur les moteurs animés : Travail de l'homme. Annales de l'Institut National Agronomique, 12, 1-40.  
INGHAM, A.G., LEVINGER, G., GRAVES, J. & VAUGN, P. (1974). The Ringelmann effect : Studies of group size and group performance. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 10 (4), 371-384.  
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Voir aussi Effort et Facilitation sociale
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Flavell John Hurley (1928-) : Psychologue cognitiviste européen d'origine américaine. On lui doit le concept de métacognition. Il fut également l'un des premiers américains à traduire en anglais les travaux de Piaget. Collaborateur de Miller et Vaughn.
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Fleiss Joseph L. (1937-2003) : Biologiste et statisticien américain. Collaborateur de Cohen et Spitzer.
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Flesch Rudolph Franz ( ) : Spécialiste de la lecture.
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Flessner Christopher A. ( ) : Psychologue cognitivo-béhavioriste américain, spécialisé dans l'étude et le traitement de la trichotillomanie. Collaborateur de Conelea, Khanna, Keuthen et Woods.
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David Fletcher Jack M. Fletcher
 
Fletcher David ( ) : Psychologue et spécialiste de l'étude du sport, notamment du stress et de la résilience dans ce domaine. Collaborateur de Sarkar.
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Fletcher Jack M. ( ) : Neuropsychologue américain spécialisé dans l'étude du développement et des troubles d'apprentissage, notamment de la dyslexie. Collaborateur de Foorman, Loveland, Lyon, Pugh, Shankweiler, Shaywitz, Shaywitz et Torgesen.
FLETCHER, J.M., FRANCIS, D.J., ROURKE, B.P., SHAYWITZ, B.A. & SHAYWITZ, S.E. (1993). Classification of learning disabilities : Relationships with other childhood disorders. In G.R. Lyon, D. Gray, J. Kavanagh & N. Krasnegor (Eds.) Better understanding learning disabilities (pp. 27-55). New York : Paul H. Brookes.
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Flett Gordon L. ( ) : Psychologue canadien, spécialisé dans l'étude du perfectionnisme, de la dépression et du suicide. Collaborateur de Hewitt.
FLETT, G.L., RUSSO, F.A. & HEWITT, P.L. (1994). Dimensions of perfectionism and constructive thinking as a coping response. Journal of Rational-Emotive & Cognitive-Behavior Therapy, 12, 163-179.
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Flexibilité : Capacité de l'acteur (dans ce contexte, souvent un employé) de modifier son rôle selon les circonstances, de répondre aux demandes et exigences du groupe ou de l'organisation. Selon Wiedmann, la flexibilité est aussi la capacité de toucher ses orteils sans plier les genoux et dire "ouch". N.D.L.R. Assez curieusement, on utilise davantage cette seconde définition pour qualifier le travail des patrons. Psychological flexibility, functionnal flexibility.

  PAULHUS, D.L. & MARTIN, C.L. (1988). Functional flexibility : A new conception of interpersonal flexibility. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 55, 88-101.
TOMANEY, J. (1990). The reality of workplace flexibility. Capital & Class, 14, 29-60.
BOND, F.W., HAYES, S.C. & BARNES-HOMES, D. (2006). Psychological flexibility, ACT, and organizational behavior. Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, 26, 25-54.
Flexibilité cognitive : Cognitive flexibility.

  CECI, S.J. & TABOR, L. (1981). Memory and cognitive flexibility : Are the elderly really less flexible ? Experimental Aging Research, 7, 147-158.
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RAVIZZA, S.M. & CARTER, C.S. (2008). Shifting set about task switching : Behavioral and neural evidence for distinct forms of cognitive flexibility. Neuropsychologia, 46, 2924-2935. [PDF]
Fliess Wilhelm (1858-1928) : Oto-rhino-laryngologiste autrichien et célèbre correspondant de Freud.
FLIESS, W. (1977). Les relations entre le nez et les organes génitaux de la femme. Paris : Éditions du Seuil.
 
PORGE, E (1994). Vol d'idées ? : Wilhelm Fliess, son plagiat et Freud. Paris : Denoël.
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Flora Stephen Ray (1963-) : Psychologue béhavioriste américain.

FLORA, S.R. (1990). Undermining intrinsic interst from standpoint of a behaviorist. Psychological Record, 40, 323-346.
FLORA, S.R. (1990). Human self-control and the density of reinforcement.Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 57 (2), 201-208.
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FLORA, S.R. (2007). Taking america off drugs : Why behavioral therapy is more effective for treating ADHD, OCD, depression and other psychlogical problems. New York : University of New York Press.
Flou (scientifique) : En épistémologie et en logique, désigne, par analogie avec l'expression flou artistique, les aspects plus ou moins clairs ou visibles d'une théorie. Il peut s'agir d'un raisonnement incomplet, de l'absence de définition, d'une définition de concept imprécise, d'un doublon conceptuel, etc. L'axiomatisation d'une théorie permet d'en dissiper les flous. /clair.

  KNEALE, W.C. & KNEALE, M. (1988). The development of logic. Oxford : Oxford Press.
Flourens Marie-Jean-Pierre (Maureilhan 1794-1867 Montgeron) : Médecin et physiologiste français, spécialisé dans l'étude du système nerveux. Pionnier de l'étude de l'anesthésie et critique de la phrénologie. Étudiant de Vulpian.
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Flower Linda (Wichita 1944-) : Spécialiste américaine de l'étude des processus cognitifs responsables de la production écrite, notamment de la rédaction de texte. Collaboratrice de Hayes.
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FLOWER, L. & HAYES, J. (1980). The cognition of discovery : Defining a rhetorical problem. College Composition & Communication, 31 (1), 21-32.
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Fluence : Voir Maîtrise. Fluency.
Flugel John Carl (Londres 1884-1955 Londres) : Historien de la psychologie et psychanalyste anglais. Analyste d'Issacs.
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FLUGEL, J.C. (1953). The death instinct, homeostasis and allied concepts; Some problems and implications. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 34, 43-73.
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Fluide/Fluidité : Qui se déroule sans entraves, sans résistance, sans heurts. Le terme a cependant au moins quatre usages particuliers : a) Il qualifie une langue parlée avec rythme et sans trop d'erreurs. Utiliser aussi bien pour qualifier le degré d'apprentissage de la parole que de la lecture ou de l'écriture. Fluidité et conscience phonémique. = maîtrise de la langue, volubile, fluidité verbale. Fluency. b) Il qualifie également l'apprentissage d'une série de réponses motrices et verbales à la fois précises (sans erreur ou précision absolue) et rapides ou rythmée (pacing). = fluidité comportemantale. Behavioral fluency. c) Le terme qualifie également le peu de stabilité de l'orientaton sexuelle. = fluidité sexuelle. Fluid identity trajectories. d) En français, le terme désigne également une forme d'intelligence (fluide) développée par Cattell. = fluidité cognitive Fluid general intelligence.
Types de fluidité
Fluidité cognitive Fluidité sexuelle
Fluidité comportementale   Fluidité verbale
 
Fluidité cognitive : le terme désigne également une forme d'intelligence (fluide) développée par Cattell. Fluid general intelligence.

  HORN, J.L. & CATTELL, R.B. (1966). Refinement and test of the theory of fluid and crystallized general intelligences. Journal of Educational Psychology, 57, 253-270.
CATTELL, R.B. (1967). La théorie de l'intelligence fluide et cristallisée. Revue de Psychologie Appliquée, 16 (3), 135-154.
HORN, J.L. & CATTELL, R.B. (1967). Age differences in fluid and crystallized intelligence. Acta Psychologica, 26, 107-129.
POLDRACK, R.A. & LOGAN, G.D. (1997). Fluency and response speed in recognition judgments. Memory & Cognition, 25, 1-10. [PDF]
REVELLE, W. (2009). Personality structure and measurement : the contributions of Raymond Cattell. British Journal of Psychology, 100, 253-257. [PDF]
Voir aussi Fluidité
Fluidité comportementale : Concept développé par Lindsley pour désigner une série de réponses motrices et verbales à la fois précises (sans erreur ou précision absolue) et rapides ou rythmée (pacing). Le surapprentissage permet d'augmenter la fluidité d'un comportement. Pour les béhavioristes, parler est un comportement verbal, le concept de fluidité comportementale englobe donc la fluidité des chaînes de comprtements moteurs et verbaux. Fluidité comportementale et fluidité verbale. Behavioral fluency, fluency.

  BERRYMAN, B., O'BRIEN, P. & CUMMINS, R. (1983). The development of fluency, stimulus generalisation and response maintenance of student academic engaged time with children in a special school : an educational mainstream preparation procedure validated against normative peer data. Educational Psychology : An International Journal of Experimental Educational Psychology, 3, (1), 43-61. BINDER, C. (1996). Behavioral fluency : Evolution of a new paradigm. The Behavior Analyst, 19 (2), 163-197. [PDF]
BINDER, C., HAUGHTON, E. & VAN EYK, D. (1990). Increasing endurance by building fluency : Precision teaching attention span. Teaching Exceptional Children, 22 (3), 24-27. [PDF] LINDSLEY, O.R. (1996). Is fluency free-operant response-response chaining? The Behavior Analyst, 19, 211-224. [PDF]
BINDER, C. (1992). What we know about fluency. Journal of Precision Teaching, 9 (1), 40. KUBINA, R.M. & MORRISON, R. (2000). Fluency in education. Behavior & Social Issues, 10, 83-99. [PDF]
LINDSLEY, O.R. (1992). Precision teaching : Discoveries and effects. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 25 (1), 51-57. [PDF] + [PDF] BARNES, W.S. & PENNYPACKER, H.S. (2001). Fluency research : An example from history. Journal of Precision Teaching & Celeration, 17 (2), 92-96.
PARSONS, J. & POLSON, D. (1992). Fluency building with think fast. Journal of Precision Teaching, 9 (1), 57 BINDER, C. & SWEENEY, L. (2002). Building fluent performance in a customer call center. Performance Improvement, 41 (2), 29-37. [PDF]
  KUBINA, R.M. & STARLIN, C. (2003). Reading with precision. European Journal of Behavior Analysis, 4 (1/2), 13-22.
SNYDER, G. (1992). Fluency via computer. Performance Management Magazine, 10, 25-28. BINDER, C. (2003). Doesn't everybody need fluency ? Performance Improvement Quarterly, 42 (3), 14-20. [PDF]
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FREEMAN, G. & HAUGHTON, E. (1993). Handwriting fluency. Journal of Precision Teaching, 10 (2), 31-32. KUBINA, R.M. & WOLFE, P.S. (2005). Potential applications of behavioral fluency for students with autism. Exceptionality, 13, 35-44. [PDF]
JOHNSON, K.R. (1993). How to build fluency in reading, math, and writing : An overview. Journal of Precision Teaching, 10 (2), 14-15. KUBINA, R.M. (2005). The relationship between fluency, rate building and practice : A response to Doughty, Chase, and O'Shields. The Behavior Analyst, 28 (1), 73-76. [PDF]
BINDER, C. (1993). Behavioral fluency : A new paradigm. Educational Technology, 8-14. [PDF] KUBINA, R.M. & WOLFE, P.S. (2005). Potential applications of behavioral fluency for students with autism. Exceptionality, 13, 35-44.
McDADE, C.E., BROWN, J.M. & GOGGANS, L.A. (1993). It's about time : The relationship between accuracy and fluency. Journal of Precision Teaching, 10 (2), 40-42. KUBINA, R.M. KIRSTEN, K.L. & YURICH, K.L.K. (2009). Developing behavioral fluency for students with autism : A guide for parents and teachers. Intervention in School & Clinic, 44 (3), 131-138. [PDF]
LINDSLEY, O.R. (1995). Ten products of fluency. Journal of Precision Teaching, 13 (1), 2-11. KUBINA, R.M., KOSTEWICZ, D.E. & LIN, F.-Y. (2009). The taxonomy of learning and behavioral fluency. Journal of Precision Teaching & Celeration, 25, 17-27. [PDF]
   BECKER, A., McLAUGLIN, T., WEBER, K.P. & GOWER, J. (2009). The effects of ccopy, cover, and compare with and without additional error drill on multiplication fact fuency and accuracy. Electronic Journal of Research in Educational Psychology, 7 (2), 747-760. [PDF]
BINDER, C., HAUGTON, E.C. & VAN EYK, D. (1995). Increasing endurance by building fluency : Precision teaching attention span. Journal of Precision Teaching, 12(2), 29-34.  HEINICKE, M.R., CARR, J.E., LEBLANC, L.A. & SEVERTSON, J.M. (2010). On the use of fluency training in the behavioral treatment of autism : A Commentary. Behavior Analyst, 33 (2), 223-229. [PDF]
Voir aussi Fluidité et Lindsley
Fluidité sexuelle : Terme proposé par Diamond