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Waddington Conrad Hal (Evesham 1905-1975 Édimbourg) : Biologiste, paléontologue, embryologiste et généticien anglais. Il s'est intéressé aux fondements et au rôle dans l'évolution de l'épigénèse. On lui doit d'ailleurs ce dernier concept.
WADDINGTON, C.H. (1940). Organisers and genes. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press.
WADDINGTON, C.H. (1942). Canalisation of development and the inheritance of acquired characters. Nature, 150, 563-565.
WADDINGTON, C.H. (1956). Principles of embryology. London : George Allen & Unwin.
WADDINGTON, C.H. (1957). The strategy of the genes. London : George Allen & Unwin.
WADDINGTON, C.H. (1966). New patterns in genetics and development. New York : Columbia University Press.
 
VAN SPEYBROECK, L. (2002). From epigenesis to epigenetics : The case of C.H. Waddington. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 981, 61-81. [PDF]
Wade
Nicolas J. Wade Tracey D. Wade
 
Wade Nicholas J. ( ) : Neurocognitiviste écossais et historien des sciences, spécialisé dans l'étude de la vision et de la perception.
WADE, N.J. (1973). Orientation and spatial frequency effects on linear afterimages. Perception & Psychophysics, 13, 446-450.
WADE, N.J. & HELLER, D. (1997). Scopes of perception : The experimental manipulation of space and time. Psychological Research, 60, 227-237.
WADE, N.J. (2002). Erasmus Darwin (1731-1802). Perception, 31, 643-650. [PDF]
WADE, N.J. (2007). Alzheimer's memory. Perception, 36, 1111-1114. [PDF]
WADE, N.J. (2011). Eye contricks. i-Perception, 2, 486-501. [PDF]
Wade Tracey D. ( ) : Psychologue cognitivo-behavioriste australienne, spécialisée dans l'étude de comportements et des troubles alimentaires, notamment de la boulimie. Collaboratrice de Fairburn et Kendler.
WADE, T.D., TIGGEMANN, M. ABRAHAM, S., HEATRH, A., TRELOAR, S.A. & MARTIN, N.G. (1996). The structure of disordered eating in a female twin population. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 19, 63-71.
WADE, T.D., TIGGEMANN, M. MARTIN, N.G. & HEATH, A.C. (1997). Characteristics of interview refusers : women who decline to participate in interviews relating to eating. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 22, 95-99.
WADE, T.D., BULIK, C.M. & KENDLER, K.S. (2000). Reliability of lifetime history of bulimia nervosa : comparison with major depression. British Journal of Psychiatry, 177, 72-76.
WADE, T.D., BULIK, C.M., PRESCOTT, S. & KENDLER, K.S. (2004). Sex influences on shared risk factors for bulimia nervosa and other psychiatric disorders. Archives of General Psychiatry, 61, 251-256. [PDF]
WADE, T.D., BERGIN, J.L., TIGGEMANN, M., BULIK, C.M. & FAIRBURN, C.G. (2006). Prevalence and long-term course of lifetime eating disorders in an adult Australian twin cohort. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 40, 121-128. [PDF]
Wagemans Johan ( ) : Psychologue belge et spécialiste de l'étude de la perception. Collaborateur de Kubovy.
WAGEMANS, J. (1986). Direct theory of perception : An evaluation by representatives of indirect theories of perception. L'année psychologique, 86 (2), 261-273.
WAGEMANS, J. (1988). Modules in vision : A case study of interdisciplinarity in cognitive science. Acta Psychologica, 67 (1), 59-93.
WAGEMANS, J. VAN GOOL., LAMOTE, C. (1996). The visual system's measurement of invariants need not itself be invariant. Psychological Science, 7 (4), 232-236.
WAGEMANS, J., VAN LIER, R. & SCHOLL, B.J. (2006). Introduction to Michotte's heritage in perception and cognition research. Acta Psychologica, 123, 1-19.
WAGEMANS, J., ELDER, J.H., KUBOVY, M., PALMER, S.E., PETERSON, M.A., SINGH, M. & VON DER HEYDT, R. (2012). A century of gestalt psychology in visual perception : I. Perceptual grouping and figure-ground organization. Psychological Bulletin, doi: 10.1037/a0029333 [PDF]
Wagenmakers Eric Jan (Naarland 1972-) : Psychologue cogntiviste américain et méthodologiste d'origine néerlandaise, spécialisé dans l'étude du modèle bayesien et dans son application à la prise de décision statistique en psychologie. Collaborateur de Hoekstra, Raajimakers, Ratcliff, Rouder et Shiffrin.
WAGENMAKERS, E.-J., ZEELENBERG, R. & RAAJIMAKERS, J.G.W. (2000). Testing the counter model for perceptual identification : Effects of repetition priming and word frequency. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 7, 662-667. [PDF]
WAGENMAKERS, E.-J. & GRÜNWALD, P. (2006). A Bayesian perspective on hypothesis testing : A comment on Killeen (2005). Psychological Science, 17, 641-642.
WAGENMAKERS, E.-J., LODEWYCK, T., KURIYAL, H. & GRASMAN, R. (2010). Bayesian hypothesis testing for psychologists : A tutorial on the Savage-Dickey method. Cognitive Psychology, 60, 158-189.
WAGENMAKERS, E.-J., WETZELS, R., BORSBOOM, D. & VAN DER MAAS, H. (2011). Why psychologists must change the way they analyze their data : The case of psi. A comment on Bem (2011). Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 100, 426- 432. [PDF]
WAGENMAKERS, E.-J., WETZELS, R., BORSBOOM, D. & VAN DER MAAS, H. & KIEVIT, R.A. (2012). An agenda for purely confirmatory research. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 7, 627-633. [PDF]
Wager Tor D. ( ) : Neurosychologue américain et spécialiste de l'étude de l'effet placebo. Collaborateur de Jonides, Kosslyn et Smith.
WAGER, T.D., JONIDES, J. & READING, S. (2004). Neuroimaging studies of shifting attention : A meta-analysis. Neuroimage, 22, 1679-1693.
WAGER, T.D., RILLING, J.K., SMITH, E.E., SOKOLOK, A., CASEY, K.L., DAVIDSON, R J., KOSSLYN, S.M., ROSE, R.M. & COHEN, J.D. (2004). Placebo-induced changes in fMRI in the anticipation and experience of pain. Science, 303, 1162-1167.
WAGER, T.D. & NITSCHKE, J.B. (2005). Placebo effects in the brain : Linking mental and physiological processes. Brain, Behavior, & Immunity, 19, 281-282.
WAGER, T.D., MATRE, D. & CASEY, K.L. (2006). Placebo effects in laser-evoked pain potentials. Brain, Behavior, & Immunity, 20, 219-230.
WAGER, T.D., DAVIDSON, M.L., HUGHES, B.L., LINDQUIST, M.A. & OCHSNER, K.N. (2008). Prefrontal-subcortical pathways mediating successful emotion regulation. Neuron, 59, 1037-1050. [PDF]
Wagner
Alan R. Wagner Richard K. Wagner Rudolph Wagner
Wagner Allan R. (Springfield États-Unis 1934-) : Psychologue cognitivo-béhavioriste américain, spécialisé dans l'étude du conditionnement répondant, de l'inhibition et de l'extinction. En collaboration avec Rescorla, il a proposé un modèle qui permet d'expliquer cette forme de conditionnement. Étudiant de Spence. Collaborateur de Logan, Mazur, Miller, Rescorla et Siegel.
WAGNER, A.R. & MILLER, N. (1962). Choice behavior and resistance to extinction. Psychological Record, 12, 105-108.
WAGNER, A.R. & TERRY, W.S. (1975). Backward conditioning to a CS following an expected vs. a surprising UCS. Animal Learning & Behavior, 3, 370-374.
WAGNER, A.R., MAZUR, J.E., DONEGAN, N.H. & PFAUTZ, P.L. (1980). Evaluation of blocking and conditioned inhibition to a CS signaling a decrease in US intensity. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Animal Behavior Processes, 6, 376-385.
WAGNER, A.R. (2003). Context-sensitive elemental theory. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 56B, 7-29. [PDF]
WAGNER, A.R. (2008). Evolution of an elemental theory of Pavlovian conditioning. Learning & Behavior, 36, 253-265. [PDF]
 
WALKENBACH, J. & HADDAD, N.F. (1980). The Rescorla-Wagner theory of conditioning : A review of the literature. Psychological Record, 30, 497-509.
MILLER, R.R., BARNET, R.C. & GRAHAME, N.J. (1995). Assessment of the Rescorla-Wagner model. Psychological Bulletin, 117 (3), 363-386. [PDF]
SIEGEL, S. & ALLAN, L.G. (1996). The widespread influence of the Rescorla-Wagner model. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 3, 314-321. [PDF]
Wagner Richard K. ( ) : Psychologue cognitiviste américain et spécialiste de l'éducation, notamment de l'apprentissage de la lecture et de la dyslexie. Il s'intéresse également à l'intelligence pratique et aux connaissances implicites. Collaborateur de Sternberg et Torgesen.
WAGNER, R.K. & STERNBERG, R.J. (1985). Practical intelligence in real-world pursuits : The role of tacit knowledge. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 49 (2), 436-458.
WAGNER, R.K. (1986). Phonological processing abilities and reading : Implications for disabled readers. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 19, 623-630.
WAGNER, R.K. & TORGESEN, J.K. (1987). The nature of phonological processing and its causal role in the acquisition of reading skills. Psychological Bulletin, 101 (2), 192-212. [PDF]
WAGNER, R.K., TORGESEN, J.K. & RASHOTTE, C.A. (1994). Development of reading-related phonological processing abilities: New evidence of bi-directional causality from a latent variable longitudinal study. Developmental Psychology, 30, 73-87.
WAGNER, R.K., TORGESEN, J.K. & RASHOTTE, C.A. (1994). Comprehensive test of phonological processing. Austin, TX: PRO-ED.
Wagner Rudolph (Bayreuth, Allemagne 1805-1864 Göttingen Allemagne) : Physiologiste allemand. Étudiant de Cuvier.
 
 
 
 
Wahl Jean (1888-1974) : Philosophe existentialiste français.

 
 
 
 
WAIS : Test inventé en 1955 par Weschler pour mesurer l'intelligence des individus de plus de 16 ans. Caractéristiques principales : Moyenne = 100 : Écart-Type = 15 : Maximum = 150. Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scales.

Q.I Évaluation/Classification
69 et - Débile
70 à 79 Intelligence limite
80 à 89 Intelligence moyen faible
90 à109 Intelligence moyenne
110 à 119 Intelligence normale forte
120 à 129 Intelligence supérieure
130 et + Intelligence très supérieure

  BLAHA, J. & WALBROWN, F.H. (1982). Hierarchical factor structure of the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-Revised. Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology, 50 (5), 652-660.
FLYNN, J.R. (1985). Wechsler intelligence tests : Do we really have a criterion of mental retardation ? American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 90, 236-244.
BECK, N.C., HORWITZ, E., SEIDENBERG, M., PARKER, J. & FRANK, R. (1985). WAIS-R factor structure in psychiatric and general medical patients. Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology, 53 (3), 402-405.
CANAVAN, A.G.M., DUNN, G. & MCMILLAN, T.M. (1986). Principal components of the WAIS-R. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 25 (2), 81-85.
CRAWFORD, J.R., ALLAN, K.M., STEPHEN, D.W., PARKER, D.M. & BESSON, J.A.O. (1989). The Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale- Revised (WAIS-R) : factor structure ?in a U.K. sample. Personality & Individual Differences, 10 (11), 1209-1212. [PDF]
KAUFMAN, A.S. (2001). WAIS-III IQs, Horn' s theory, and generational changes from young adulthood to old age. Intelligence, 29, 131-167.
Voir aussi Test, QI, WISC et Intelligence
Waismann Friedrich (1896-1959) : Philosophe autrichien et membre du Cercle de Vienne.

 
 
 
Wakefield Jerome C. ( ) : Philosophe et mathématicien américain, spécialisé dans l'étude des troubles mentaux et de la santé mentale. Collaborateur de First, Horwitz, Kirk et Spitzer.
 WAKEFIELD, J.C. (1987). The semantics of success : Do masturbation exercises lead to partner orgasm ? Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 13, 3-14.
WAKEFIELD, J.C. (1992). The concept of mental disorder : On the boundary between biological facts and social values. American Psychologist, 47 (3), 373-388. [PDF]
 WAKEFIELD, J.C. (2007). The concept of mental disorder : diagnostic implications of the harmful dysfunction analysis. /Fait et valeur dans le concept de trouble mental : le trouble en tant que dysfonction préjudiciable. World Psychiatry, 6, 149-156. / Philosophiques, 33 (1), 37-63. [PDF] + [PDF]
 WAKEFIELD, J.C. (2009). Disability and diagnosis : Should role impairment be eliminated from DSM/ICD diagnostic criteria ? World Psychiatry, 8, 87-88. [PDF]
 WAKEFIELD, J.C. & FIRST, M.B. (2012). Validity of the bereavement exclusion to major depression : does the empirical evidence support the proposal to eliminate the exclusion in DSM-5 ? World Psychiatry, 11 (1), 3-10. [PDF]
WALDEN - WALK - WALLACE - WALSTON - WALLON - WALSTER - WALTERS - WARRINGTON - WAS
Wald Abraham (Kolozsvar Hongrie aujourd'hui Cluj Romanie 1902-1950 Travancore Indes) : Mathématicien et statisticien hongrois. Il a développé l'analyse séquentielle, ainsi qu'un test statistique qui porte son nom (Test de Wald et Test de Wald-Wolfowitz). Sa théorie de la décision statistique a permis d'unifier la théorie de l'estimation par intervalle de confiance et la théorie des tests d'hypothèse. Collaborateur de Dantzig et Wolfovitz.
WALD, A. (1939). Contributions to the theory of statistical estimation and testing hypothesis. Annals of Mathematical Statistics, 10, 299-326. [PDF]
WALD, A. (1944). On cumulative sums of random variables. Annals of Mathematical Statistics, 15, 283-296.
WALD, A. (1945). Sequential tests of statistical hypotheses. Annals of Mathematical Statistics, 16, 117-186.
WALD, A. (1950). Statistical decision fonctions. New York : John Wiley and Sons.
WALD, A. (1957). Selected papers in statistics and probability by Abraham Wald. Stanford : Stanford University Press.
 
ROBINS, H. (1951). Review : A. Wald, Statistical decision functions.Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society, 57 (5), 383-384.
WOLFOWITZ, J. (1952). Abraham Wald, 1902-1950. Annals of Mathematical Statistics, 23 (1), 1-13.
MORGENSTERN, O. (1976). Abraham Wald, 1902-1950. In A. Schotter (Ed.), Selected economic writings of Oskar Morgenstern (pp. 493-497).
WEISS, L. (1997). Abraham Wald. In N.L. Johnson & S. Kotz (Eds.), Leading personalities in statistical sciences (pp. 164-167). New York : Wiley.
REINHARD, J. (1999). Abraham Wald's equilibrium existence proof reconsidered. Economy theory, 13, 417-428.
Walden I : Fiction utopique écrite par Thoreau. = Walden I.

  THOREAU, H.D. (1849/1983). Walden and civil disobedience. New York : Penguin Books.
THOREAU, H.D. (1854). Walden or life in the woods.
SKINNER, B.F. (1973). Walden (one) and Walden two. The Thoreau Society Bulletin, 122, 1-3.
Walden II : Fiction utopique écrite par Skinner, inspirée en partie de Walden de Thoreau, pour illustrer comment les principes du conditionnement opérant pourraient être utilisés pour organiser et gérer la vie quotidienne d'un village, d'une société. En 1973, un village mexicain - Los Horocones - a été fondé par un groupe de béhavioristes radicaux, qui s'inspire fortement de ce roman et des idées de Skinner. Walden II et Skinner.
  SKINNER, B.F. (1948). Walden Two. New York : Macmillan. LOS HORCONES, C. (1991). Walden Two in real life : Behavior analysis in the design of a culture. In W. Ishaq (Ed.), Human behavior in today's world. New York : Praeger.
KINKADE, K. (1973). A Walden two experiment. New York : Quill.  
KNAPP, T.J. (1980). An Index to B.F. Skinner's "Walden two". Behaviorism, 3 (2), 222-228.  
ELMS, A.C. (1981). Skinner's dark year and Walden Two. American Psychologist, 36, 470- 479.  
LOS HORCONES, C. (1983). Natural reinforcement in a Walden Two community. Revista Mexicana de Analisis de la Conducta, 9, 131-143. DINSMOOR, J.A. (1991). Walden two : A 1950 review. Behavior & Social Issues, 1 (1).
LOS HORCONES, C. (1984). Walden Two and social change: Applications of the science of the experimental analysis of behavior to cultural design. Revista Latino americana de Psicologia, 16, 93-114. LOS HORCONES, C. (2002). Western cultural influences in behavior analysis as seen from a Walden Two. Behavior & Social Issues 11, 204-212. [PDF]
KEEHN, J.D. (Ed.) (1984). Walden 3, or theprisoners of venture. Toronto : York University.  
SEGAL, E.F. (1984). Prisoner 0006 : The creative state of Walden Two. In J.D. Keehn (Ed.), Walden 3, or, the prisoners of venture (pp. 91-112). Toronto : York University.  
GLENN, S.S. (1986). Metacontingencies in Walden Two. Behavior Analysis & Social Action, 5, 2-8. [PDF] KUHLMANN H. (2005). Living Walden Two : B.F. Skinner's Bbehaviorist utopia and experimental communities. University of Illinois Press.
SEGAL, E.F. (1987). Walden two : The morality of anarchy. The Behavior Analyst, 10, 147-160. [PDF] RAKOS, R.F. (2006). Review of living Walden Two : B.F. Skinner's behaviorist utopia and experimental communities. The Behavior Analyst, 29 (1), 153-157. [PDF]
EPSTEIN, R. (Ed.) (1989). Walden Two and social change : The application of behavior analysis to cultural design. Behavior Analysis & Social Action, 7, 35-41. SWIRSKI, P. (2011). How I stopped worrying and loved behavioural engineering or communal life, adaptations, and B.F. Skinner's "Walden two". In American utopia and social engineering in literature, social thought, and political history. New York : Routledge.
 
Waldeyer Heinrich Wilhem (Hehlen 1836-1921 Berlin) : Anatomiste allemand. Il a contribué à la découverte du neurone. Il a introduit ce terme dans le vocabulaire scientifique en 1881. = von Waldeyer-Hartz. Étudiant de Henle.
 
 
 
Waldman Irwin D. ( ) : Psychologue évolutionniste américain. Il s'intéresse à la relation entre la génétique et certains troubles mentaux. Collaborateur de Lilienfield, Defries, Lahey, Rhee, Scarr et Slutske.
WALDMAN, I.D., DeFRIES, J.C. & FULKER, D.W. (1992). Quantitative genetic analysis of IQdevelopment in young children : Multivariate multiple regression with orthogonal polynomials. Behavior Genetics, 22, 229-238.
WALDMAN, I.D., WEINBERG, R.A. & SCARR, S. (1994). Racial group differences in IQ in the Minnesota Transracial Adoption Study: A reply to Levin and Lynn. Intelligence, 19, 29-44.
WALDMAN, I.D. (1996). Aggressive children's hostile perceptual and reponse biases : The role of attention and impulsivity. Child Development, 67, 1015-1033.
WALDMAN, I.D. & SLUTSKE, W.S. (2000). Antisocial behavior and alcoholism: A behavioral genetic perspective on comorbidity. Clinical Psychology Review, 20, 255-287.
WALDMAN, I.D. & LILIENFELD, S.O. (2001). Applications of taxometric methods to problems of comorbidity: Perspectives and challenges. Clinical Psychology : Science & Practice, 8, 520-527.
Walhberg Karl-Erik ( ) : Psychologue finlandais et spécialiste de l'étude de la schizophrénie. Collaborateur de Tienari et Wynne.
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]
WAHLBERG, K.-E., WYNNE, L.C., KESKITALO, P., NIEMINEN, P., MORING, J., LAHTI, I., LÄKSY, K., SORRI, P., KOISTINEN, A., TARVAINEN, T., MIETTUNEN, J. & TIENARI, P. (2001). Long-term stability of communication deviance. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 10 (3), 443-448.
WAHLBERG, K.-E., WYNNE, L.C., HAKKO, H., LÄKSY, K., MORING, J., MIETTUNEN, J. & TIENARI, P. (2004). Interaction of genetic risk and adoptive parent communication deviance : Longitudinal prediction of adoptee psychiatric disorders. Psychological Medicine, 34, 1531-1541.
Walk Richard D. (Fort Dix États-Unis 1920-1999) : Psychologue américain, spécialisé en développement. En collaboration avec Gibson, il a mis au point un dispositif expérimental - la falaise visuelle - pour étudier la profondeur perceptive des nourrissons. Collaborateur de Gibson.
GIBSON, E.J. & WALK, R.D. (1960). The "visual cliff".Scientific American, 202, 67-71.
WALK, R.D. & GIBSON, E.J. (1961). A comparative and analytical study of visual depth perception. Psychology Monographs, 75 (519).
WALK, R.D. (1968). Monocular compared to binocular depth perception in human infants. Science, 162 (3852), 473-475.
WALK, R.D., KAUSITIS, K., LEBOWITZ, C. & FALBO, T. (1971). Artistic style as concept-formation for children and adults. Quarterly of Behavior & Development, 17, 347-356.
WALK, R.D., LEBOWITZ, C. & FALBO, T. (1968). Differential visual depth threshold of the chick. Psychonomic Science, 12, 195-198.
 
PICK, H.L. & TIGHE, T.J. (2001). Obituary : Richard D. Walk (1920-1999). American Psychologist, 56 (12), 1169.
Walker
M.P. Walker Matthew P. Walker
 
Walker Michael B. (-2009) : Psychologue australien, spécialisé dans l'étude du jeu de hasard et des joueurs compulsifs. Collaborateur de Blaszczynski, Dickerson, Ladouceur, Petry et Potenza.

WALKER, M.B. (1989). Some problems with the concept of "gambling addiction" : Should theories of addiction be generalised to include excessive gambling ? Journal of Gambling Behavior, 5, 179-200.
WALKER, M.B. (1992). Irrational thinking among slot machine players. Journal of Gambling Studies, 8 (3), 245-261.
WALKER, M.B. & DICKERSON, M.G. (1996). The prevalence of problem and pathological gambling : A critical analysis. Journal of Gambling Studies, 12, 233-249.
WALKER, M.B. (2005). Problems in measuring the effectiveness of cognitive therapy for pathological gambling. Journal of Gambling Studies, 21 (1), 79-92.
WALKER, M.B., ANJOUL, F., MILTON, S. & SHANNON, K. (2006). A structured clinical interview for pathological gambling. Gambling Research, 18, 39-68.
 
BLASZCZYNSKI, A.P. (2010). Obituary : Moichael B. Walker. International Gambling Studies, 10 (1), 7-17.
Walker Matthew P. ( ) : Neuropsychologue américain, spécialisé dans l'étude de la relation entre le sommeil et les fonctions cognitives. Collaborateur de Stickgold.
WALKER, M.P. & HOBSON, J.A. (2000). Neuroimaging and the sleeping brain. Neuron, 28 (3), 629-631. [PDF]
WALKER, M.P., BRAKEFIELD, T., MORGAN, A., HOBSON, J.A. & STICKGOLD, R. (2002). Practice with sleep makes perfect : Sleep-dependent motor skill learning. Neuron, 35, 205-210. [PDF]
WALKER, M.P. & STICKGOLD, R. (2006). Sleep, memory and plasticity. Annual Review of Psychology, 57, 139-166. [PDF]
WALKER, M.P. (2006). Sleep to remember. American Scientist, 94 (4), 326-333. [PDF]
WALKER, M.P. (2009). The role of sleep in cognition and emotion. New York Academy of Sciences, 1156, 168-197. [PDF]
Wall Patrick D. (Nottingham 1925-2001) : Physiologiste anglais et spécialiste de l'étude de la douleur. Il fut l'un des premiers scientifiques a développé une théorie de la douleur (la théorie des portillons en collaboration avec Melzack). Collaborateur de Birren, Lettvin, Melzack, McCulloch et Pitts.
WALL, P.D. (1958). Excitability changes in afferent fibre terminations and their relation to slow potentials.Journal of Physiology, 142, 1-21. [PDF]
MELZACK, R. & WALL, P. (1965). Pain mechanisms : A new theory. Science, 150, 971-979. [PDF]
WALL, P.D. & SWEET, W.H. (1967). Temporary abolition of pain in Man. Science, 155 (3758), 108-109.
WALL, P.D. (1978). The gate control of pain mecanism : re-examination and restatement. Brain, 101 (1), 1-18.
WALL, P.D. (1999). Pain : the science of suffering. Weidenfeld & Nicolson.
Wallace Alfred Russel (Usk Monmouthshire Angleterre 1823-1913) : Naturaliste et géographe anglais. Il a proposé une théorie de la sélection naturelle très semblable à celle de Darwin. Collaborateur de Bates.
 
 
 
 
CLEMENTS, H. (1983). Alfred Russel Wallace : Biologist and social reformer. London : Hutchinson.
Waller Glenn ( ) : Psychologue cognitivo-behavioriste anglaise, spécialisée dans l'étude de comportements et des troubles alimentaires, notamment de la boulimie. Collaborateur de Meyer.
WALLER, G. (2008). A "trans-transdiagnostic" model of the eating disorders: a new way to open the egg ? European Eating Disorders Review, 16 (3), 165-172.
WALLER, G., STRINGER, H. & MEYER, C. (2012). What cognitive-behavioral techniques do therapists report using when delivering cognitive-behavioral therapy for the eating disorders. Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology, 80, 171-175.
WALLER, G. (2012) The myths of motivation : time for a fresh look at some received wisdom in the eating disorders ? International Journal of Eating Disorders, 45 (1), 1-16.
WALLER, G., GRAY, E., HINRICHSEN, H., MOUNTFORD, V., LAWSON, R. & PATIENT, E. (2014) Cognitive-behavioral therapy for bulimia nervosa and atypical bulimic nervosa : effectiveness in clinical settings. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 47 (1), 13-17. [PDF]
WALLER, G. & TURNER, H (2016) Therapist drift redux : Why well-meaning clinicians fail to deliver evidence-based therapy, and how to get back on track. Behaviour Research & Therapy, 77, 129-137.
Wallis Wilson Allen (Philadelphie 1912-1998 Rochester) : Statisticien et économiste américain. Collaborateur de Kruskal.
KRUSKAL, W. & WALLIS, W.A. (1952). Use of ranks in one-criterion variance analysis. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 47 (260), 583-621.
WALLIS, W.A. & ROBERTS, H.V. (1956). Statistics : A new approach. Glencoe : Free Press.
 
Wallon Henri (1879-1962) : Médecin et psychologue français. Il a développé une théorie générale du développement de l'enfant et de l'adolescent. Étudiant de Bergson.
 WALLON, H. (1934/49/70). Les origines du caractère chez l'enfant. Paris : Presses Universitaires de France.
 WALLON, H. (1942). De l'acte à la pensée. Paris : Flammarion.
 WALLON, H. (1945). Les origines de la pensée chez l'enfant. Paris : Presses Universitaires de France.
 WALLON, H. (1947). L'étude psychologique et sociologlque de l'enfant. Cahiers Internationaux de Sociologie, 3, 3-23.
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GRATIOT-ALPHANDERY, H. (2000). Henri Wallon (1879-1962). Bureau International d'Éducation, 24 (3/4), 821-835. [PDF]
Wallston
Barbara Strudler Wallston Kenneth A. Wallston
 
Wallston Barbara Strudler (1943-1987) : Psychosociologue et féministe américaine. Collaboratrice de O'Leary, Piliavin, Unger et Wallston.
 WALLSTON, B.S & O'LEARY, V.E. (1981). Sex makes a difference : The differential perceptions of women and men. In L. Wheeler (Ed.), Review of personality and social psychology (Vol. 2). Beverly Hills, CA : Sage.
 WALLSTON, B.S. & WALLSTON, K.A. (1978). Locus of control and health : A review of the literature. Health Education & Behavior, 6 (1), 107-117.
 WALLSTON, B.S. (1981). What are the questions in psychology of women ? A feminist approach to research. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 5, 597-617.
 WALLSTON, B.S. & WALLSTON, K.A. (1981). Health locus of control scales. In Resarch with the locus of control construct (Vol. 1, pp. 189-243). Assessment Methods. [PDF]
O'LEARY, V.E., UNGER, R.K. & WALLSTON, B.S. (Eds.) (1985). Women gender and social psychology. Hillsdale, NJ : Erlbaum.
 
O'LEARY, V.E. (1988). Obituary : Barbara Strudler Wallston (1943-1987). American Psychologist, 43 (10), 817.
Wallston Kenneth A. ( ) : Psychosociologue américain, spécialisé dans l'étude de la santé et du lieu de controle. Collaborateur de Wallston.
 WALLSTON, K.A. & MAIDES, S.A. (1976). Health related information seeking as a function of health related locus of control and health value. Journal of Research in Personality, 10, 215-222.
 WALLSTON, K.A. (1982). Health locus of control beliefs. Patient Education Newsletter, 5, 56-57.
WALLSTON, K.A. MALCARNE, V.L., FLORES, L., HANSDOTTIR, I., SMITH, C.A., STEIN, M.J., WEISMAN, M.H. & CLEMENTS, P.J. (1999). Does God determine your health ? The God Locus of Health Control scale. Cognitive Therapy & Research, 23, 131-142. [PDF]
 WALLSTON, K.A. (2004). Control and health. In N. Anderson (Ed.), Encyclopedia of health and behavior. Thousand Oaks, CA : Sage.
 WALLSTON, K.A. (2007). Patient healthcare behaviours related to medication use/adherence. In N. MacKinnon (Ed.), Safe and effective (pp. 269-288). Canadian Pharmacists Association.
Walras Léon (1834-1910) : Économiste français. On lui doit la première théorie de l'utilité marginale. Collaborateur de Jevons.
 WALRAS, L. (1859). De la propriété intellectuelle. Journal des Économistes.
 WALRAS, L. (1860). Paradoxes économiques. Journal des Économistes
 WALRAS, L. (1878). Principe d'une théorie mathématique de l'échange. Journal des Économistes.
 WALRAS, L. (1878). Elements of pure economics.
 WALRAS, L. (1898). Théorie du crédit. Revue d'économie politique.
Walster
Elaine Walster/Hatfield William G. Walster
 
Walster Elaine : = Elaine Hatfield.
Walster G. William ( ) : Psychosociologue canadien. Collaborateur de Berscheid, Dion et Walster/Hatfield.

HATFIELD, E., WALSTER, G.W., ABRAHAMS, D. & BROWN, Z. (1966). The effect on liking of underrating or overrating another. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 2, 70-84.
WALSTER, G.W. & HATFIELD, E. (1970). A choice between negative alternatives : Dissonance reduction or regret? Psychological Reports, 44, 237-244.
BERSCHEID, E., DION, K., WALSTER, E. & WALSTER, G.W. (1971). Physical attractiveness and dating choice : A test of the matching hypothesis. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 7, 173-180. [PDF] + [PDF]
WALSTER, E., WALSTER, G.W., PILIAVIN, J.A. & SCHMIT, D.L. (1973). Playing hard-to-get : understanding an elusive phenomenon. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 26, 113-121.
WALSTER, E., WALSTER, G.W. & BERSCHEID, E. (1978). Equity : Theory and research. Boston : Allyn & Bacon.
Walt Stephen Martin ( ) : Politologue américain et spécialiste de l'étude du pouvoir et des lobbys. Collaborateur de Mersheimer.
WALT, S.M. (1987). The origins of alliances. Cornell University Press.
WALT, S.M. (1997). The progressive power of realism. American Political Science Review, 91 (4), 931-935.
WALT, S.M. (2005). Taming american power. Foreign Affairs, 84 (5), 105-120.
WALT, S.M. (2005). The blame game. Foreign Policy, 15, 44-46.
WALT, S.M. (2005). The Relationship between theory and policy in international relations.Annual Review of Political Science, 8, 23-48.
Walter/Walters/Walther
Hans-Juergen Walters William Grey Walter Richard H. Walters
    Joseph B. Walther
 
Walter Hans-Juergen (Weidenhausen Allemagne 1944-) : Psychologue et pionnier de la gestalt thérapie.
WALTER, H.J. (1994). What do gestalt therapy and gestalt theory have to do with each other ? Gestalt Journal, 22 (1), 45-68.
WALTER, H.J. (1994). Gestalt theorie und Psychotherapie/ Gestalt theory and psychotherapy. Westdeutscher Verlag : Oplade.
WALTER, H.J. (1996). Psychotherapie und Psychohygiene / Applied Gestalt theory in psychotherapy and psychohygiene. Westdeutscher Verlag : Opladen.
WALTER, H.J. (1997). Cognitive behavior therapy and gestalt theoretical psychotherapy : A comparison from the perspective of self-determination. Gestalt ! 1 (1).
 Walter William Grey (Kansas City 1910-1977) : Neurophysiologiste anglais et pionnier de la cybernétique. Il est l'inventeur de Elmer et Elsie, des tortues bio-mécaniques, qui sont consiédéres comme les tout premiers spécimens de robot capable d'apprendre. Il a également contribué au développement de l'électroencéphalogramme. Membre du Ratio club.
WALTER, W.G. (1950). An imitation of life. Scientific American, 42-45.
WALTER, W.G. (1951). A machine that learns. Scientific American, 60-63.
WALTER, W.G. (1963). The living brain. New York : W.W. Norton.
 
HOLLAND, O. (2003). The first biologically inspired robots. Robotica, 21, 351-363. [PDF]
Walters Richard H. (1918-1967) : Psychologue cognitivo-béhavioriste américain et spécialiste de l'étude de l'agression et de la punition. Collaborateur de Bandura.

BANDURA, A. & WALTERS, R.H. (1959). Adolescent aggression. New York : Ronald Press.
WALTERS, R.H. & DEMKOW, L. (1963). Timing of punishment as a determinant of response inhibition. Child Development, 34, 207-214.
BANDURA, A. & WALTERS, R.H. (1963). Social learning and personality development. New York : Holt, Rinehart & Winston.
WALTERS, R.H. & WILLOWS, D.C. (1968). Imitative behavior of disturbed and nondisturbed children following exposure to aggressive and nonaggressive models. Child Development, 39 (1), 79-89.
WALTERS, R.H. & ANDRES, D. (1972). Punishment procedures and self-control. In U. Bronfenbrenner (Ed.), Influences on human development. Hillsdale : Dryden Press.
 
BANDURA, A. (1968). Richard H. Walters : 1918-1967. Child Development, 39 (4), 1006-1008.
Walther Joseph B. (1958- ) : Psychologue américain et spécialiste de la communication. Collaborateur de Burgoon.
WALTHER, J.B. (1992). Interpersonal effects in computer-mediated interaction : A relational perspective. Communication Research, 19 (1) 52-90.
WALTHER, J.B. & BURGOON, J.K., (1992). Relational communication in computer-mediated interaction. Human Communication Research 19 (1) 50-88.
WALTHER, J.B. (1995) Relational aspects of computer-mediated communication: Experimental observations over time. Organization Science, 6 (2) 186-203.
WALTHER, J.B. (1996) Computer-mediated communication : Impersonal, interpersonal and hyperpersonal interaction. Communication Research, 23 (1) 1-43.
 
 
HOLLAND, O. (2003). The first biologically inspired robots. Robotica, 21, 351-363. [PDF]
Wambach Cathrine A. ( ) : Psychologue américaine spécialisée en éducation, notamment en lecture. Collaboratrice de Brothen.
WAMBACH, C. & BROTHEN, T. (1990). An alternative to the prediction-placement model. Journal of Developmental Education, 28 (2), 14-15, 24-26.
WAMBACH, C. (1990). Reading and writing expectations at a research university. Journal of Developmental Education, 22 (2), 22-24, 26.
WAMBACH, C. & BROTHEN, T (1997). Teacher self-disclosure and student classroom participation revisited. Teaching of Psychology, 24, 262-263.
WAMBACH, C. & BROTHEN, T. (2000). Content area reading tests are not a solution to reading test validity problems. Journal of Developmental Education, 24 (2), 42-43.
WAMBACH, C., BROTHEN, T. & DIKEL, T.N. (2000). Toward a developmental theory for developmental educators. Journal of Developmental Education, 24 (1), 2-4, 6, 8, 10, 29.
Wampold Bruce E. ( ) : Psychologue clinicien et mathématicien américain, spécialiste de l'évaluation des thérapies. Selon lui, les trois facteurs qui expliquent l'efficacité des thérapies psychologiques sont : 1) la croyance en l'efficacité de la thérapie, tant chez le thérapeute que chez son client; 2) la personnalité du thérapeute (empathique, chaleureuse, etc.); 3) La qualité de la relation thérapeute/client. Collaborateur de Minami et Norcross.
WAMPOLD, B.E., MONDIN, G.W., MODDY, M., STICH, F., BENSON, K. & AHN, H.N. (1997). A meta-analysis of outcome studies comparing bona fide psychotherapies : empirically, "all must have prizes". Psychological Bulletin, 122, 203-215. [PDF]
WAMPOLD, B.E., MINAMI, T., BASKIN, T.W. & TIERNEY, S.C. (2002). A meta-(re)analysis of the effects of cognitive therapy versus "other therapies" for depression. Journal of Affective Disorders, 68, 159-165. [PDF]
WAMPOLD, B.E., MINAMI, T., TIERNEY, S.C., BASKIN, T.W. & BHATI, K.S. (2005). The placebo is powerful : Estimating placebo effects in medicine and psychotherapy from randomized clinical trials. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 61, 835-854. [PDF]
WAMPOLD, B.E., BUDGE, S.L., LASKA, K.M., DEL RE, A.C., BAARDSETH, T.P., FLÜCKIGER, C., MINAMI, T., KIVLIGHAN, D.M. & GUNN, W. (2011). Evidence-based treatments for depression and anxiety versus treatment-as-usual : A meta-analysis of direct comparisons. Clinical Psychology Review, 31, 1304-1312. [PDF]
WAMPOLD, B.E. & BUDGE, S.L. (2012). The Relationship - and its Relationship to the common and specific factors of psychotherapy. The Counseling Psychologist, 40, 601-623.
Wanchisen Barbara A. ( ) : Psychologue béhavioriste américaine et spécialiste de l'étude du conditionnement opérant, notmment de l'histoire des contingences. Collaboratrice de Hineline et Tanham.
WANCHISEN, B.A., TATHAM, T.A. & HINELINE, P.N. (1988). Pigeons' choices in situations of diminishing returns: Fixed- vs. progressive-ratio schedules. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 50 (3), 375-394. [PDF]
WANCHISEN, B.A., TATHAM, T.A. & MOONEY, S.E. (1989). Variable-ratio conditioning history produces high- and low-rate fixed-interval performance in rats. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 52 (2), 167-179. [PDF]
WANCHISEN, B.A. (1990). Forgetting the lessons of history. The Behavior Analyst, 13 (1), 31-37. [PDF]
WANCHISEN, B.A. & TATHAM, T.A. (1991). Behavioral history : A promising challenge in ex- plaining and controlling human operant behavior. The Behavior Analyst, 14 (2), 139-144. [PDF]
WANCHISEN, B.A., SUTPHIN, G.E., BALOGH, S.A. & TATHAM, T.A. (1998). Lasting effects of a behavioral history of low-rate responding in rats. Learning & Motivation, 29, 220-235.
Ward/Warr
Lawrence M. Ward T.A. Ward
Monique L. Ward Peter B. Warr
 
Ward Lawrence ( ) : Psychologue connexioniste canadien.
WARD, L.M. & LOCKHEAD, G.R. (1970). Sequential effect and memory in category judgment. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 84, 27-34.
WARD, L.M. & LOCKHEAD, G.R. (1971). Response system processes in absolute judgment. Perception & Psychophysics, 9, 73-78.
WARD, L.M. (1987). Remembrance of sounds past : Memory and psycho- physical scaling. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Human Perception & Performance, 13, 216-227.
WARD, L.M. (2003). Synchronous neural oscillations and cognitive processes. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 7, 553-559. [PDF]
WARD, L.M. (2011). The thalamic dynamic core theory of conscious experience. Consciousness & Cognition, 20 (4), 464-486. [PDF]
Ward L. Monique ( ) : Psychologue américaine et spécialiste du développement, notamment de l'influence des médias sur les adolescents. Collaboratrice de Hyde.
WARD, L.M. (1995). Talking about sex : Common themes about sexuality in the prime-time television programs children and adolescents view most. Journal of Youth & Adolescence, 24, 595-615.
WARD, L.M. (2003). Understanding the role of entertainment media in the sexual socialization of American youth : A review of empirical research. Developmental Review, 23, 347-388.
WARD, L.M. (2004). Wading through the stereotypes : Positive and negative associations between media use and black adolescents' conceptions of self. Developmental Psychology, 40 (2), 84-294. [PDF]
WARD, L.M., DAY, K. & EPSTEIN, M. (2006). Uncommonly good : Exploring how mass media may be a positive influence on young women's sexual health and development.New Directions for Child & Adolescent Development, 112, 57-70. [PDF]
WARD, L.M., MERRIWETHER, A. & CARUTHERS, A. (2006). Breasts are for men: Media, masculinity ideologies, and men's beliefs about women's bodies. Sex Roles, 55, 703-714. [PDF]
Ward T.A. ( ) : Psychologue organisationel béhavioriste d'origine américaine. Collaborateur de Houmanfar et Ninness.
WARD, T.A., EASTMAN, R L. & NINNESS, C. (2009). An experimental analysis of cultural materialism : The effects of various modes of production on resource sharing. Behavior & Social Issues, 18, 1-23.
WARD, T.A. & HOUMANFAR, R. (2011). Human simulations in behavior analysis (1987-2007): Facilitating research in complex human behavior. Behavior & Social Issues, 20, 72-101.
 
 
 
Warden Carl John (1890-) : Psychologue américain et spécialiste de la psychologie comparée, notamment de l'étude des chiens et des macaques.
WARDEN, C.J (1927). The historical development of comparative psychology. Psychological Review, 34 (1), 57-85.
WARDEN, C.J. & WARNER, L.H. (1928). The sensory capacities and intelligence of dogs, with a report on the ability of the noted dog : "Fellow" to respond to verbal stimuli. The Quarterly Review of Biology, 3, 1-128.
WARDEN, C.J. & JACKSON, T.A. (1935). Imitative behavior in the rhesus monkey. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 46, 103-125.
WARDEN, C.J., FJELD, H.A. & KOCH, A.M. (1940). Imitative behavior in the cebus and rhesus monkeys. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 56, 311-322.
WARDEN, C.J., ROSS, S. & ZAMENHOF, S. (1942). The effect of artificial changes in the brain on maze learning in the white rat. Science, 95, 414-415.
Warr Peter B. ( ) : Psychologue organisationel anglais et spécialiste de l'étude de la satisfaction au travail.
WARR, P.B., COOK, J.D. & WALL, T.D. (1979). Scales for the measurement of some work attitudes and aspects of psychological well-being. Journal of Occupational Psychology, 52, 129-148.
WARR, P.B. (2006). Differential activation of judgments in employee well-being. Journal of Occupational & Organizational Psychology, 79, 225-244.
WARR, P.B. (2008). Work values: Some demographc and cultural correlates. Journal of Occupational & Organizational Psychology, 81, 751-775.
WARR, P.B. (2009). Environmental "vitamins", personal judgments, work values, and happiness. In S. Cartwright and C. Cooper (Eds.), The Oxford handbook of organizational well-being (pp. 57-85). Oxford : Oxford University Press.
WARR, P.B. & INCEOGLU, I. (2012). Job engagement, job satisfaction, and contrasting associations with person-job fit. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 17, 129-138. [PDF]
Warren Howard Crosby (Montclair 1867-1934) : Psychologue américain. Président de l'APA en 1913. Collaborateur de Baldwin.
WARREN, H.C. (1911). Introduction to Psychology. Science, 34 (886), 877-883.
WARREN, H.C. (1920). Human psychology. Boston, New York : Houghton Mifflin company.
WARREN, H.C. (1921). A history of the association psychology. New York ; C. Scribner's sons.
WARREN, H.C. (1922). Elements of human psychology. New York : Houghton Mifflin company.
WARREN, H.C. (1935). Dictionary of Psychology. Boston, New York : Houghton Mifflin company.
Warrington Elizabeth K. ( ) : Neuropsychologue anglaise, spécialiste de la démence et de l'amnésie. On lui doit le test de mémoire sémantique. Collaboratrice de Baddeley, Butterworth, Shallice et Weiskrantz.
WARRINGTON, E.K. & SHALLICE, T. (1975). The selective impairment of auditory verbal short-term memoty. Brain, 92, 885-896. [PDF]
WARRINGTON, E.K. (1975). The selective impairment of semantic memory. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 27, 635-657.
 WARRINGTON, E.K. & SHALLICE, T. (1984). Category specific semantic impairments. Brain, 107, 829-854. [PDF]
WARRINGTON, E.K., McKENNA, P. & ORPWOOD, L. (1998). Single word comprehension : a concrete and abstract word synonym test. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 8 (2), 143-154.
WARRINGTON, E.K. & RUTCH, S.J. (2007). A within-modality test of semantic knowledge : The size/weight attribute test. Neuropsychology, 21 (6), 803-811. [PDF]
WASON - WASSERMAN - WATANABE - WATKINS - WATSON - WATT - WATZLAWICK - WAUGH - WE
Washburn Margaret Floy (Harlem New York 1871-1939 Poughkeepsie New York) : Psychologue américaine. Elle est la première femme à recevoir un doctorat en psychologie (1894). Elle fut également la première présidente de l'American Psychological Association (1921). Elle s'est principalement intéressée aux similitudes entre les animaux et les humains (psychologie comparative). Étudiante de Titchener.

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WASBURN, M.F. (1903). The genetic function of movement and organic sensations for social consciousness. American Journal of Psychology, 14, 73-78.
WASBURN, M.F. (1908). The animal mind. New York : Macmillan.
WASBURN, M.F. (1916). Movement and mental imagery : Outlines of a motor theory of the complex mental process. Boston : Houghton Mifflin.
Washoe (Pan satyrus) (Afrique 1965-2007) : Chimpanzé dressé par Gardner et Gardner en 1969 pour étudier l'apprentissage du langage des signes (American Sign Language ou ASL) chez les primates non-humain.
  GARDNER, R.A. & GARDNER, B.T. (1969). Teaching sign language to a chimpanzee. Science, 165 (3894), 664-672. [PDF]
Wason Peter Cathcart (Bath 1924-2003 Wallingford) : Psychologue cognitivisme américain, d'origine anglaise, spécialiste du raisonnement. Il a développé une tâche de sélection qui porte son nom. Collaborateur de Johnson-Laird et Shapiro.
WASON, P.C. (1968). Reasoning about a rule. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 20 (3), 273-281.
WASON, P.C. & JOHNSON-LAIRD, P.N. (1969). Proving a disjunctive rule. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 21 (1), 14-20. [PDF]
WASON, P.C. & JOHNSON-LAIRD, P.N. (1970). A conflict between selecting and evaluating information in an inferential task. British Journal of Psychology, 61 (4), 509-515. [PDF]
WASON, P.C. & SHAPIRO, D. (1971). Natural and contrived experience in a reasoning problem. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 23, 63-71. [PDF]
WASON, P.C. & BROOKS, P.G. (1979). THOG : The anatomy of a problem. Psychological Research, 41, 79-90.

Tâche de Wason
Wasserman Edward Anthony (Los Angeles 1946-) : Psychologue cognitivo-béhavioriste et spécialiste de l'apprentissage chez le pigeon. Collaborateur de Zentall.
WASSERMAN, E.A. (1974). Stimulus-reinforcer predictiveness and selective discrimination learning in pigeons. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 103, 284-297.
WASSERMAN, E.A., NELSON, K.R. & LAREW, M.B. (1980). Memory for sequences of stimuli and responses. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 34 (1), 49-59. [PDF]
WASSERMAN, E.A. (1983). Is cognitive psychology behavioral ? Psychological Record, 33, 6-11.
WASSERMAN, E.A., BHATT, R.S., CHATLOSH, D.L. & KIEDINGER, R.E. (1987). Discrimination of and memory for dimension and value information by pigeons. Learning & Motivation, 18, 34-56.
WASSERMAN, E.A. (1997). Animal cognition : Past, present, and future. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Animal Behavior Processes, 23, 123-135.
Watanabe Shigeru ( ) : Psychologue et éthologiste japonais, spécialisé dans l'étude de la discrimination, notamment chez le pigeon.
WATANABE, S. & ITO, Y. (1991). Discrimination of individuals in pigeons. Bird Behaviour, 9, 20-29.
WATANABE, S. (1993). Object-picture equivalence in the pigeon : An analysis with natural concept and pseudoconcept discriminations. Behavioural Processes, 30, 225-232.
WATANABE, S., LEA, S.E.G. & DITTRICH, W.H. (1993). What can we learn from experiments on pigeon concept discrimination ? In H.P. Zeigler & H.J. Bischof (Eds.), Vision, brain, and behavior in birds (pp. 351-376). Cambridge, MA : MIT Press.
WATANABE, S., SAKAMOTO, J. & WAKITA, M. (1995). Pigeons' discrimination of paintings by Monet and Picasso. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 63 (2), 165-174. [PDF]
WATANABE, S. (1997). Visual discrimination of real objects and pictures in pigeons. Animal Learning & Behavior, 25, 185-192.
Watergate (Affaire du...) : Complot.

  WRIGHT, T.L. & ARBUTHNOT, J. (1974). Interpersonal trust, political preference, and perception of the Watergate affair. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin 1, 168-170.
Waterman Alan S. ( ) : Psychologue américain et spécialiste de l'étude du développement de l'identité psychologique. Collaborateur de Marcia, Schwartz et Whitbourne.
WATERMAN, A.S. (1984). Identity formation : Discovery or creation ? Journal of Early Adolescence, 4, 329-341.
WATERMAN, A.S. (1988). Identity status theory and Erikson's theory : Commonalities and differ- ences. Developmental Review, 8, 185-208.
WATERMAN, A.S. (1992). Identity as an aspect of optimal psychological functioning. In G.R. Adams, T.P. Gullotta, & R. Montemayor (Eds.), Adolescent identity formation (pp. 50-72).
WATERMAN, A.S. (1993). Developmental perspectives on identity formation : From adolescence to adulthood. In J.E. Marcia, A.S. Waterman, D.R. Matteson, S L. Archer & J.L. Orlofsky (Eds.), Ego identity : A handbook for psychosocial research (pp. 42-68). New York : Springer.
WATERMAN, A.S. (1999). Identity, the identity statuses, and identity status development: A con- temporary statement. Developmental Review, 19, 591-621.
WATERMAN, A.S. (2008). Reconsidering happiness : A eudaimonist's perspective. Journal of Positive Psychology, 3, 234-252.
Waters Everett ( ) : Psychologue américain spécialisé dans l'étude du développement, et plus particulièrement de l'attachement. Collaborateur de Egeland, Sroufe et Vaughn. Lire dans le texte
WATERS, E. (1978). The reliability and stability of individual differences in infant-mother attachment. Child Development, 49, 483-494.
WATERS, E., WIPPMAN, J. & SROUFE, L.A. (1979). Attachment, positive affect and competence in the peer group : Two studies in construct validation. Child Development, 50, 821-829.
WATERS, E., NOYES, D., VAUGHN, B.E. & RICKS, M. (1985). Social competence and self-esteem : A Q-sort analysis of conceptual and empirical similarities between related constructs. Developmental Psychology, 21, 508-522.
WATERS, E., MERRICK, S., TREBOUX, D., CROWELL, J. & ALBERSHEIM, L. (2000). Attachment stability in infancy and early adulthood : A 20-year longitudinal study. Child Development, 71, 684-689. [PDF]
WATERS, E. & McINTOSH, J. (2011). Are we asking the right questions about attachment ? Family Court Review, 49, 474-482.
Watkins
Cathy L. Watkins Edward R. Watkins Michael J. Watkins
  John William Nevill Watkins  
 
Watkins Cathy L. ( ) : Psychologue béhavioriste américaine et spécialiste de l'enseignement de précision. Collaboratrice de Barrett, Binder, Engelman, Slocum et Vargas.
WATKINS, C.L. (1988). Project Follow Through : A story of the identification and neglect of effective instruction. Youth Policy, 10 (7), 7-11.
WATKINS, C.L., PACK-TEIXEIRA, L. & HOWARD, J.S. (1989). Teaching intraverbal behavior to severely retarded children. The Analysis of Verbal Behavior, 7, 69-81. [PDF]
BINDER, C. & WATKINS, C.L. (1990). Precision teaching and direct instruction : Measurably superior instructional technology in schools. Performance Improvement Quarterly, 3, 74-95. [PDF]
WATKINS, C.L. (1995-1996). Follow through : Why didn't we ? Effective School Practices, Winter, 15 (1),
WATKINS, C.L. (1997). Project Follow Through : A case study of contingencies infuencing instructional practices of the educational establishment. Cambridge, MA : Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies.
Watkins Edward R. ( ) : Psychologue cognitivo-béhavioriste anglais et spécialiste de l'étude des ruminations. Collaborateur de Ehring et Teasdale.
WATKINS, E. & TEASDALE, J.D. (2002). Rumination and overgeneral memory in depression : effects of self-focus and analytic thinking. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 110 (2), 353-357.
WATKINS, E. & BARACAIA, S. (2002). Rumination and social problem- solving in depression. Behaviour Research Therapy, 40, 1179-1189.
WATKINS, E., MOULDS, M. & MACKINTOSH, B. (2005). Comparisons be- tween rumination and worry in a non-clinical population. Behaviour Research & Therapy, 43, 1577-1585.
WATKINS, E. (2008). Constructive and unconstructive repetitive thought. Psychological Bulletin, 134, 163-206.
WATKINS, E. (2009). Depressive rumination and comorbidity : Evidence for brooding as a transdiagnostic process. Journal of Rational-Emotive & Cognitive-Behavior Therapy, 27 (3), 160-175.
Watkins John William Nevill (Working 1924-1999 Salcome) : Philosophe et épistémologue anglais.
WATKINS, J.W. (1952). The principle of methodological individualism. British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 3 (2), 186-189.
WATKINS, J.W. (1957). Historical explanation in the social sciences. British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 8, 104-117.
WATKINS, J.W.N. (1959). The two theses of methodological individualism. British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 9, 319-320.
WATKINS, J.W.N. (1984). Science and scepticism. Princeton University Press.
WATKINS, J.W.N. (1988). The pragmatic problem of induction. Analysis, 48, 18-20.
Watkins Michael J. ( ) : Psychologue cognitiviste américain, d'origine anglaise, et spécialiste de l'étude de la mémoire. On lui doit la découverte de l'effet de révélation. Collaborateur de Craik et Tulving.
WATKINS, M.J., HO, E. & TULVING, E. (1976). Context effects in recognition memory for faces. Journal of Verbal Learning & Verbal Behavior, 11, 497-511.
WATKINS, M.J. & TODRES, A.K. (1978). On the relation between recall and recognition. Journal of Verbal Learning & Verbal Behavior, 17, 621-623.
WATKINS, M.J. (1981). Human memory and the information-processing metaphor. Cognition, 10(1-3), 331-336.
WATKINS, M.J. & KERKA, S.P. (1985). Recall of a twice-presented item without recall of either presentation : Genericmemory forevents. Journal of Memory & Language, 24, 666-678.
WATKINS, M.J. (1996). Mediationism and the obfuscation of memory. The Behavior Analyst, 19, 91-103. [PDF]
 
Watson
David Watson John Broadus Watson Robert Irving Watson
James Dewey Watson    
 
Watson David ( ) : Psychologue cognitivo-béhavioriste américain et spécialiste de l'étude de l'anxiété et des troubles anxieux. Collaborateur de Clark, Mineka et Tellegen.
WATSON, D. & FRIEND, R. (1969). Measurement of social evaluative anxiety. Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology, 33, 448-457.
WATSON, D., CLARK, L.A. (1984). Negative Affectivity: The disposition to experience unpleasant emotional states. Psychological Bulletin, 95, 465-490.
WATSON, D., CLARK, L.A. & CAREY, G. (1988). Positive and negative affectivity and their relation to anxiety and depressive disorders. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 97 (3), 346-353. [PDF]
WATSON, D., WU, K.D. & CUTSHALL, C. (2004). Symptom subtypes of obsessive-compulsive disorder and their relation to dissociation. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 18, 435-458.
WATSON, D. (2009). Differentiating the mood and anxiety disorders : A quadripartite model. Annual Review of Clinical Psychology, 5, 221-247.
Watson James Dewey (1928-) : Généticien et biochimiste américain. Avec Crick, il a découvert l'ADN. Lauréat du prix Nobel de physiologie et de médecine en 1962 (avec Crick). Collaborateur de Crick.
WATSON, J.D. (2002). Genes, girls, and gamow : After the double helix. New York : Random House.
WATSON, J.D. (1980). The double helix : A personal account of the discovery of the structure of DNA. Atheneum.
 
 
Watson John Broadus (Greenville 1878-1958 New York) : Psychologue américain et fondateur du béhaviorisme. Cette paternité est contestée par certains historiens des sciences qui attribuent plutôt la naissance du béhaviorisme à Piéron ou à Weiss. Ses travaux sur l'apprentissage ont été fortement inspirés par les recherches de Pavlov sur le conditionnement répondant et les réponses conditionnelles. Président de l'APA en 1915. Watson et le petit Albert. Étudiant d'Angell, Dewey et Loeb. Professeur de Lashley. Collaborateur de Carr, Rayner, Jones et Yerkes.
 
No 17
WATSON, J.B. (1913). Psychology as the behaviorist views it. Psychological Review, 20, 158-177. [PDF]
WATSON, J.B. (1914). Behavior : an introduction to comparative psychology. New York : Holt.
WATSON, J.B. (1919). Psychology from the standpoint of a behaviorist. Philadelphie : Lippincott.
WATSON, J.B. & RAYNER, R. (1920). Conditioned emotional reactions. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 3 (1), 1-14. [LIRE]
WATSON, J.B. (1924). Behaviorism. Chicago and London : The University of Chicago Press.
 
SKINNER, B.F. (1959). John Broadus Watson, behaviorist. Science, 129, 197-98. TODD, J.T. & MORRIS, E.K. (1986). The early research of J.B. Watson : Before the behavioral revolution. The Behavior Analyst, 9, 71-88. [PDF]
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SAMELSON, F. (1980). Watson's little Albert, Cyril Burt's twins, and the need for a critical science. American Psychologist, 35, 619-625. MORRIS, E.K., TODD, J.T. & MIDGLEY, B.D. (1993). The prediction and control of behavior : Watson, Skiner, and beyond. Mexican Journal of Behavior Analysis, 19, 103-131. [PDF]
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MAGOUN, H.W. (1981). John B. Watson and the study of human sexual behavior. Journal of Sex Research, 17, 368-78. HART, K.E. & KRITSONIS, A. (2006). A critical analysis of John B. Watson's original writing : "behaviorism as a behaviorist views it". National Forum of Applied Educational Research Journal, 20 (3), 1-6. [PDF]
BUCKLEY, K.W. (1982). The selling of a psychologist : John Broadus Watson and the application of behavioral techniques to advertising. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 18, 207-221.  
Watson Robert Irving (1909-1980) : Psychologue et historien de la psychologie américain.

 WATSON, R.I. (1953). A brief history of clinical psychology. Psychological Bulletin, 50, 321-346.
 WATSON, R.I. (1960). The history of psychology : A neglected area. American Psychologist, 15 (4), 251-255. [PDF]
 WATSON, R.I. (1963/68). The great psychologists : Aristotle to Freud. Philadelphia : Lippincott.
 WATSON, R.I. & EVANS, R.B. (1991). The great psychologists : A history of psychological thought. New York : HarperCollins.
 
EVANS, R.B. (1982). Obituary : Robert I. Watson (1909-1980). American Psychologist, 37 (1), 91-93.
Watt : Unité de mesure de la puissance d'un courant électrique.

 
Watt/Watts/Wyatts
Caroline A. Watts David P. Watts W. Joseph Wyatt
 
Watt Caroline A. ( ) : Psychologue et parapsychologue anglaise, spécialisée dans l'étude des phénomènes paranormaux. Collaborateur de Wiseman.
WATT, C.A. (1994). Extra-sensory perception. In R. Cavendish & B. Innes (Eds.), Man, myth et magic. New York : Marshall Cavendish.
WATT, C.A. & MORRIS, R.L. (1995). The relationships among performance on a prototype indicator of perceptual defence/vigilance, personality, and extrasensory perception. Personality & Individual Differences, 19, 635-648. [PDF]
WATT, C.A. & NAGTETALL, M. (2000). Luck in action ? Belief in good luck, psi-mediated instrumental response, and games of chance. Journal of Parapsychology, 64, 19-38.
WISEMAN, R. & WATT, C.A. (2004). Measuring superstitious belief : Why lucky charms matter. Personality & Individual Differences, 37, 1533-1541.
WISEMAN, R. & WATT, C.A. (2005). The psychology of luck. Psychology Review, 11, 17-19.
Watts David P. ( ) : Primatologue anglais, spécialisé dans l'étude du gorille. Collaborateur de Fossey et Harcourt.
WATTS, D.P. (1988). Environmental influences on mountain gorilla time budgets. American Journal of Primatology, 15, 195-211. [PDF]
WATTS, D.P. (1994). The influence of male mating tactics on habitat use in mountain gorillas. Primates, 35, 35-47.
WATTS, D.P. (1995). Post-conflict social events in wild mountain gorillas. I/2. social interactions between opponents. Ethology, 100, 139-157/158-174.
WATTS, D.P. (1997). Agonistic interventions in wild mountain gorilla groups. Behaviour, 134, 23-57.
WATTS, D.P. (1998). A preliminary study of selective visual attention in female mountain gorillas. Primates, 39, 71-78.
Watzlawick Paul J. (Vienne 1921-2007) : Philosophe et membre fondateur l'École de Palo Alto. Il s'est notamment intéressé à la communication et aux paradoxes et contraintes du langage. Collaborateur de Bavelas, Fisch, Jackson et Weakland.
WATZLAWICK, P.J. (1967/72). Une logique de la communication. Paris : Éditions du Seuil.
WATZLAWICK, P.J., WEAKLAND, J. & FISH, R. (1974). Change : principles of problem formation and problem resolution. New York : Norton.
WATZLAWICK, P.J. (1975/81). Changements, paradoxes et psychothérapies. Paris : Éditions du Seuil.
WATZLAWICK, P.J. (Ed.) (1984). The invented reality : Contributions to constructivism.New York : Norton.
WATZLAWICK, P.J. (1988). Les pathologies des grands systèmes. Cahiers Critiques de Thérapie Familiale et de Pratiques de Réseaux, 8, 1-18. [PDF]
Waugh Nancy Collier (1930-2002) : Psychologue cognitiviste américaine, spécialisée dans l'étude de la mémoire à court terme et des stratégies de rappel. Collaboratrice de Norman.

WAUGH, N.C. (1961). Free versus serial recall. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 62, 496-502.
WAUGH, N.C. (1962). The effect of intralist repetition on free recall. Journal of Verbal Learning & Verbal Behavior, 1, 95-99.
WAUGH, N.C. & NORMAN, D.A. (1965). Primary memory. Psychological Review, 72 (2), 89-104. [PDF]
WAUGH, N.C. & NORMAN, D.A. (1968). The measure of interference in primary memory. Journal of Verbal Learning & Verbal Behavior, 7, 617-626.
WAUGH, N.C. (1985). Acquisition and retention of a verbal habit in early and late adulthood. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 23, 437-439.
 
FOZARD, J.L., NORMAN, D.A., THOMAS, J.C. & BARR, R.A. (2004). Nancy Collier Waugh (1930-2002): Obituary. American Psychologist, 59 (1), 45.
WBIS : Test d'intelligence inventé en 1939 par Weschler alors qu'il était psychologue à l'hôpital psychiatrique de Bellevue à New York entre 1932 et 1967. Ancêtre du WAIS. = Weschler-Bellevue. Wechsler-Bellevue Intelligence Scale.

  BAYLEY, N. (1957). Data on the growth of intelligence between sixteen and twenty-one years as measured by the Wechsler-Bellevue Scale. Journal of Genetic Psychology 90, 3-15.
WEAVER - WEBER - WECHSLER - WEINER - WEISMAN - WEISS - WERNICKE - WERTHEIMER - WERTSCH - WH
Weakland John H. (1919-1995) : Chimiste et anthropologue américain. Il est l'un des membres fondateurs du Groupe de Palo Alto.Étudiant de Mead et Benedict.Collaborateur de Bateson, Erickson, Fisch, Jackson, Haley et Watzlawick.
BATESON, G., JACKSON, D.D., HALEY, J. & WEAKLAND, J.H. (1956). Toward a theory of schizophrenia. Behavioral Science, 1, 251-264.
WATZLAWICK, P., WEAKLAND, J. & FISCH, R. (1975). Changements : paradoxes et psychothérapie. Paris : Seuil.
WATZLAWICK, P. & WEAKLAND, J. (1981). Sur l'interaction. Paris : Seuil.
FISCH, R., WEAKLAND, J.H. et SEGAL, L. (1984). Tactiques du changement : Thérapies et temps court. Paris : Seuil.
WEAKLAND, J.H. & RAY, W. (Eds.) (1995). Propagations : Thirty Years of Influence from the Mental Research Institute. New York : Haworth.
Weatherly Jeffrey N. ( ) : Psychologue béhavioriste américain, spécialisé dans l'étude du jeu compulsif. Collaborateur de Derenne, Dixon et McSweeney.
WEATHERLY, J.N., SAUTER, J.M. & KING, B.M. (2004). The "big win" and resistance to extinction when gambling. Journal of Psychology, 138 (6), 495-504.
WEATHERLY, J.N. & DERENNE, A. (2007). Rats playing a slot machine : a preliminary attempt at an animal gambling model. Analysis of Gambling Behavior, 1 (2), 79-89. [PDF]
WEATHERLY, J.N., DERENNE, A. & CHASE, S. (2008). Do the risk factors for pathological gambling predict 25 temporal discounting ? Analysis of Gambling Behavior, 2 (1), 25-34. [PDF]
WEATHERLY, J.N. & MEIER, E. (2008). Does providing accurate information about slot machines alter how participants play them ? Analysis of Gambling Behavior, 2, 2-11.
WEATHERLY, J.N., DERENNE, A. & TERRELL, H.K. (2010). College students discount money "Won" more than money "owed". The Psychological Record, 60, 463-470. [PDF]
Weaver Warren (1894-1978) : Mathématicien, cybernéticien et philosophe américain. Il a développé en 1947 la première théorie de l'information en collaboration avec Shannon. Collaborateur de Shannon.
SHANNON, C.E. & WEAVER, W. (1969). The mathematical theory of communication. Chicago : The University of Illinois Press/London : Urbana.
 
 
 
 
WEB : Voir Internet.
Weeb
David Webb Thomas Llewelyn Webb  
 
Webb David ( ) : Psychologue canadien et concepteur de site internet pédagogique.
 
 
 
 
 
Webb Thomas Llewelyn ( ) : Psychologue anglais et spécialiste de l'étude de la régulation des émotions et des intentions. Collaborateur de Aarts, Gollwitzer et Sheeran
WEBB, T.L. & SHEERAN, P. (2003). Can implementation intentions help to overcome ego-depletion ? Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 39, 279-286.
WEBB, T.L. & SHEERAN, P. (2004). Identifying good opportunities to act : Implementation intentions and cue discrimination. European Journal of Social Psychology, 34, 407-419.
WEBB, T.L. & SHEERAN, P. (2007). How do implementation intentions promote goal attainment ? A test of component processes. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 43, 295-302.
WEBB, T.L., GALLO, I.S., MILES, E., GOLLWITZER, P.M. & SHEERAN, P. (2012). Effective regulation of affect: An action control perspective on emotion regulation. European Review of Social Psychology, 23 (1), 143-186. [PDF]
WEBB, T.L., TOTTERDELL, P. & IBAR, D.N.H. (2015) Foundations and extensions for the extended model : More on implicit and explicit forms of emotion regulation. Psychological Inquiry, 26 (1), 123-129. [PDF]
WebCT :

  WERNET, S., OLLIGES, R. & DELICATH, T. (2000). Postcourse evaluations of WebCT (Web Course Tools) classes by social work students. Research on Social Work Practice, 10 (4), 487-504.
YIP, M.C.W. (2004). Using WebCT to teach courses online. British Journal of Educational Technology, 35 (4), 497-501.
Voir aussi Site Internet pédagogique
Weber
Elke U. Weber Ernst Heinrich Weber Max Weber
 
Weber Elke ( ) : Psychosociologue américaine. Elle s'intéresse notamment à la mesure de la perception du risque, notamment dans le contexte du réchauffement climatique. Collaboratrice de Hsee.
WEBER, E.U., ANDERSON, C. & BIRNBAUM, M.H. (1992). A theory of perceived risk and attractiveness. Organizational Behavior & Human Decision Processes, 52, 492-523. [PDF]
WEBER, E.U., BLAIS, A.-R. & BETZ, N. (2002). A domain-specific risk-attitude scale : Measuring risk perceptions and risk behaviors. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 15, 263-290. [PDF]
WEBER, E.U. & JOHNSON, E. (2009). Mindful judgment and decision making. Annual Review of Psychology, 60, 53-86. [PDF]
WEBER, E.U. (2010). What shapes perceptions of climate change ? Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews : Climate Change, 1 (3), 332-342. [PDF]
WEBER, E.U. (2015). Climate change demands behavioral change : What are the challenges ? Social Research : An International Quarterly, 82, 561-581. [PDF]
Weber Ernst Heinrich (Wittenberg Allemagne 1795-1878 Leipzig Allemagne) : Physiologiste allemand et fondateur de la psychophysiologie. Il est aussi le chef de file de l'École expérimentale allemande. Il a notamment étudié la perception des poids et énoncé une loi qui porte son nom (Loi de Weber). Professeur de Fechner, Flechsig, Hering et Lotze.
 
 
 
 
 
Weber Max (1864-1920) : Sociologue allemand et fondateur de la sociologie scientifique. Professeur de Lukacs.
 WEBER, M. (1959). Le savant et le politique. Paris : Plon.
 WEBER, M. (1962). Basic concepts in sociology. Greenwood Press.
 WEBER, M. (1964). L'éthique protestante et l'esprit du capitalisme. Paris : Plon.
 WEBER, M. (1965). Essais sur la théorie de la science. Paris : Plon.
 WEBER, M. (1996). Sociologie des religions. Paris : Gallimard.
 
ROCHER, G. (1988). La réception de l'oeuvre de Max Weber dans la sociologie du droit aux États-Unis. Droit et Société, 9, 269-300.
Wechsler David (Lespedi Roumanie 1896-1981 New York) : Psychométricien américain d'origine roumaine, spécialisé dans l'étude de l'intelligence. Il est l'inventeur de quatre tests d'intelligence (WAIS, WBIS, WISC, WPPSI). Étudiant de Pearson et Spearman. Professeur de Kaufman.

No 51
 WECHSLER, D. (1939). The measurement of adult intelligence. Baltimore : Williams & Wilkins.
 WECHSLER, D. (1940). Non-intellective factors in general intelligence. Psychological Bulletin, 37, 444-445.
 WECHSLER, D. (1949/67). Manual for the Wechsler intelligence Scale for children. New York : The Psychological Corporation.
 WECHSLER, D. (1955). The range of human capacities. Baltimore : Williams & Wilkins.
 
 MATARAZZO, J.D. (1981). Obituary : David Wechsler (1896-1981). American Psychologist, 36 (12), 1542-1543.
Wegner Daniel M. (Calgary 1948-) : Psychosociologue canadien et spécialiste de l'étude de la conscience. Collaborateur de Dijksterhuis, Gilbert et Schacter.
 WEGNER, D.M. & CRANO, W.D. (1975). Racial factors in helping behavior : An unobtrusive field experiment. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 32, 901-905. [PDF]
 WEGNER, D.M. & GIULINAO, T. (1983). Social awareness in story comprehension. Social Cognition, 2, 1-17. [PDF]
 WEGNER, D.M., QUILLIAN, F. & HOUSTON, C.E. (1996). Memories out of order : Thought suppression and the disturbance of sequence memory. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 71, 680-691. [PDF]
WEGNER, D.M. (2004). Précis of The illusion of conscious will. Behavioral & Brain Sciences, 27, 649-692. [PDF]
 WEGNER, D.M. (2009). How to think, say, or do precisely the worst thing for any occasion. Science, 325, 48-51. [PDF]
Weinberger Daniel R. ( ) : Psychiatre américain et spécialiste de l'étude de la schizophrénie.
WEINBERGER, D.R., CANNON-SPOOR, E., POTKIN, S.G. & WYATT, R.J. (1980). Poor premorbid adjustment and CT scan abnormalities in chronic schizophrenia. American Journal of Psychiatry, 137, 1410-1413.
WEINBERGER, D.R., BERMAN K.F. & CHASE, T.N. (1988). Mesocortical dopaminergic function and human cognition. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 537, 330-338.
WEINBERGER, D.R. (1995). Schizophrenia : From neuropathology to neurodevelopment. Lancet, 346, 552-557.
WEINBERGER, D.R. & GALLHOFER, B. (1997). Cognitive dysfunction in schizophrenia. International Clinical Psychopharmacology, 12 (S), 29-36.
WEINBERGER, D.R. (1999). Cell biology of the hippocampal formation in schizophrenia. Biological Psychiatry, 45, 395-402.
Weiner
Bernard Weiner Harold Weiner Irving B. Weiner
 
Weiner Bernard (1935-) : Psychosociologue américain et spécialiste de l'étude des attributions, de la motivation et des émotions. Collaborateur d'Anderson, Jones, Kelley, Nisbett et Valins.
WEINER, B. & SCHNEIDER, K. (1971). Drive versus cognitive theory : a reply to Boor and Harmon. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 18, 258-262.
WEINER, B. (1980). A cognitive (attribution)-emotion-action model of motivated behavior : An analysis of judgments of help-giving. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 39 (2), 186-200. [PDF]
WEINER, B. (1985). Spontaneous causal thinking. Psychological Bulletin, 97 (1), 74-84.
WEINER, B. (2000). Intrapersonal and interpersonal theories of motivation from an attributional perspective. Educational Psychology Review, 12, 1-14. [PDF]
WEINER, B., OSBORNE, D. & RUDOLPH, U. (2011). An attributional analysis of reactions to poverty : The political ideology of the giver and the perceived morality of the receiver. Personality & Social Psychology Review, 15 (2), 199-213. [PDF]
Weiner Harold (1935-) : Psychologue béhavioriste américain et spécialiste de l'apprentissage, notamment des programmes de renforcement. On lui doit le concept de coût de la réponse.
WEINER, H. (1962). Some effects of response cost upon human operant behavior. Journal of Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 5 (2), 201-208. [PDF]
WEINER, H. (1963). Response cost and the aversive control of human operant behavior. Journal of Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 6 (3), 415-421. [PDF]
WEINER, H. (1964). Conditioning history and human fixed-interval performance. Journal of Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 7 (5), 383-385. [PDF]
WEINER, H. (1969). Controlling human fixed-interval performance. Journal of Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 12 (3), 349-373. [PDF]
WEINER, H. (1983). Some thoughts on discrepant human-animal performances under schedules of reinforcement. The Psychological Record, 33, 521-532.
Weiner Irving B. ( ) : Psychanalyste américain et spécialiste de l'étude de la personnalité et du test de Rorschach. Collaborateur de Bornstein et Exner.
WEINER, I.B. & EXNER, J.E. (1991). Rorschach changes in long-term and short-term psychotherapy. Journal of Personality Assessment, 56, 453-465.
WEINER, I.B. (1995). Methodological considerations in Rorschach research. Psychological Assessment, 7, 330-337.
WEINER, I.B. (2000). Using the Rorschach properly in practice and research. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 56, 435-438. [PDF]
WEINER, I.B. (2001). Advancing the science of psychological assessment : The Rorschach Inkblot Method as exemplar. Psychological Assessment, 13, 423-432. [PDF]
WEINER, I.B. SPIELBERGER, C.D. & ABELES, N. (2002). Scientific psychology and the Rorschach Inkblot Method. The Clinical Psychologist, 55, 7-12.
Weinstein
Aviv Malkiel Weinstein Neil D. Weinstein Rhona S. Weinstein
 
Weinstein Aviv Malkiel (Haifa 1961-) : Psychologue israëlien, spécialisé dans l'étude du jeu compulsif et de la dépendance aux jeux vidéo et à internet.
 
WEINSTEIN, A.M. (2010). Computer and video game addiction : A comparison between game users and non-game users. The American Journal of Drug & Alcohol Abuse, 36, 268-276. [PDF]
WEINSTEIN, A.M. & LEJOYEUX, M. (2010). Internet addiction or excessive internet use. Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 36 (5), 277-283. [PDF]
WEINSTEIN, A.M. & LEJOYEUX, M. (2013). New developments in the psychobiology of internet and videogame addiction. American Journal of Addiction, 20, 1-9.
WEINSTEIN, A., FEDER, L.C., ROSENBERG, K.P. & DANNON, P. (2014). Internet addiction disorder : Overview and controversies. In K.P. Rosenberg & L.C. Feder (Eds.), Behavioral addictions (pp. 99-117). San Diego, CA : Academic Press.
WEINSTEIN, A.,, DORANI, D., ELHADIF R., BUKOVZA, Y. & YAMULNIK, A. (2015). Internet addiction is associated with social anxiety in young adults. Annals of Clinical Psychiatry, 27 (1), 2-7.
 
Weinstein Neil D. ( ) : Psychologue écologiste américain et spécialiste de l'étude du risque, du cancer, du tabagisme et de l'optimisme. Collaboratrice de Gibbons et Slovic.
WEINSTEIN, N.D. (1980). Unrealistic optimism about future life events. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 39, (5), 806-820. [PDF]
WEINSTEIN, N.D. (1989). Optimistic biases about personal risks. Science, 246 (4935), 1232-1233. [PDF]
WEINSTEIN, N.D. & KLEIN, W.M. (1996). Unrealistic optimism : Present and future. Journal of Social & Clinical Psychology, 15, 1-8.
WEINSTEIN, N.D., ATWOOD, K., PULEO, E., FLETCHER, R., COLDITZ, G. & EMMONS, K.M. (2004) Colon cancer : Risk perceptions and risk communication. Journal of Health Communication, 9, 53-65.
WEINSTEIN, N.D., MOSER, R. & MARCUS, S. (2005). Smokers = unrealistic optimism about their risk. Tobacco Control, 14, 55-59.
Weinstein Rhona S. ( ) : Psychologue américaine et spécialiste de l'étude de l'effet Pygmalion et des prophéties auto-réalisantes. Collaboratrice de Good.
WEINSTEIN, R.S. (1976). Reading group membership in first grade : Teacher behaviors and pupil experience over time. Journal of Educational Psychology, 68, 103-116.
WEINSTEIN, R.S., MARSHALL, H.H., BOTKIN, M. & SHARP L. (1987). Pygmalion and the student : Age and classroom differences in children's awareness of teacher expectations. Child Development, 58, 1079-1093.
WEINSTEIN R.S., SOULE C.C., COLLINS F., CONE J., MEHLOR, N.M. & SIMONTACCH, I.K. (1991). Expectations and high school change : Teacher-researcher collaboration to prevent school failure. American Journal of Community Psychology, 19, 333-363.
WEINSTEIN, R.S. & McKOWN, C. (1998). Expectancy effects in "context" : Listening to the voices of students and teachers. Advances in Research on Teaching, 7, 215-242.
WEINSTEIN, R.S., GREGORY, A. & STRAMBLER, M. (2004). Intractable self-fulfilling prophecies : Fifty years after Brown v. Board of Education. American Psychologist, 59, 511-520.
Weisberg Robert W. ( ) : Psychologue cognitiviste américain et spécialiste de l'étude de la créativité.
WEISBERG, R.W. (1980). Memory, thought, and behavior. New York : Oxford.
WEISBERG, R.W. (1981). Competence, performance, and ignorance. Behavioral & Brain Sciences, 4, 356-358.
WEISBERG, R.W. (1986). Creativity : Genius and other myths. Freeman.
WEISBERG, R.W. (1993). Creativity : Beyond the myth of genius. New York : Freeman.
WEISBERG, R.W. (1994). Genius and madness ? A quasi-experimental test of the hypothesis that manic-depression increases creativity. Psychological Science, 5, 361 - 367.
Weiskrantz Lawrence ( ) : Neuropsychologue anglais et spécialiste de l'étude de l'amnésie et de la vision aveugle. Il s'intéresse également à la conscience. = Larry. Collaborateur de Broadbent et Warrington.
WEISKRANTZ, L. (1950). Figural after-effects in stroboscopic motion.The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 2, 113-118.
WEISKRANTZ, L. & WARRINGTON, E.K. (1979). Conditioning in amnesic patients. Neuropsychologia, 17, 187-194.
WEISKRANTZ, L. (1987). Neuroanatomy of memory and amnesia : A case for multiple memory systems. Human Neurobiology, 6, 93-105.
WEISKRANTZ, L. (1995). Blindsight : Not an island unto itself. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 4, 146-151.
WEISKRANTZ, L. (1998). Consciousness and commentaries. International Journal of Psychology, 33 (3), 227-233.
Weisman/Weismann
Ronald G. Weisman August Friedrich Leopold Weismann
 
Weisman Ronald G. ( ) : Psychologue béhavioriste et ornithologue canadien d'origine américaine, spécialisé dans l'étude de l'inhibition. Étudiant de Premack.
WEISMAN, R.G. (1969). Some determinants of inhibitory stimulus control. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 12 (3), 443-450. [PDF]
WEISMAN, 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]
WEISMAN, R.G. & THIO, H. (1976). Dimensional stimulus control following brief wavelength training. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 26 (2), 191-197. [PDF]
WEISMAN, R.G., BROWNLIE, L., OLTHOF, A., STURDY, C.B., NJEGOVAN, M. & MEWHORT, D. (1999). Timing and classifying brief acoustic stimuli by songbirds and humans. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Animal Behavior Processes, 25, 139-152.
WEISMAN, R.G. (2008. Advice to young behavioral and cognitive scientists. Behavioural Processes, 77, 142-148.
Weismann August Friedrich Leopold (Franckfort 1834-1914 Freibourg) : Physiologiste allemand. Étudiant de Lotze et Wöhler.
WEISMANN, A. (1892). La continuité du plasma germinatif comme base d'une théorie de l'hérédité. Paris : Editions Reinwald.
 
 
 
 
 
Weiss/Weisz
Albert P. Weiss Gabrielle Weiss Maureen R. Weiss
Alexander Weiss Jonathan A. Weiss Paul Alfred Weiss
Bernard Weiss Jay Michael Weiss Robert L. Weiss
Margaret D. Weiss John R. Weisz
 
Weiss Albert P. (Steingrund Allemagne 1879-1931) : Psychologue allemand et béhavioriste avant la lettre.
WEISS, A.P. (1924). Behaviorism and behavior, II. Psychological Review, 31, 118-149.
WEISS, A.P. (1925). One set of postulates for a behavioristic psychology. Psychological Review, 32, 83-87.
WEISS, A.P. (1928). Behaviorism and ethics. Journal of Abnormal & Social Psychology, 22, 388-397.
WEISS, A.P. (1928). Feelings and emotion as forms of behavior. In M.L. Reymert (Ed.), Feelings and emotions : The Wittenberg symposium (pp. 170-192). Worcester, MA : Clark University Press.
WEISS, A.P. (1929). A theoretical basis of human behavior. Columbus, OH : R.G. Adams & Co.
Weiss Alexander ( ) : Psychologue écossais et spécialiste de l'étude de la personnalité animale. Collaborateur de Batty, Deary, Gale, King et Matsuzawa.
WEISS, A., KING, J.E. & FIGUEDERO, A.J. (2000). The heritability of personality factors in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). Behavior Genetics, 30, 213-221.
WEISS, A., KING, J.E. & PERKINS, L. (2006). Personality and subjective well-being in orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus and Pongo abeli). Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 90, 501-511. [PDF]
WEISS, A., KING, J.E. & HOPKINS, W.H. (2007). A cross-setting study of chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) personality structure and development : Zoological parks and Yerkes National Primate Center. American Journal of Primatology, 69, 1-14.
WEISS, A., INOUE-MURAYAMA, M., HONG, K.-W., NOUE, E., UDONO, S., OCHIAI, T., MATSUZAWA, T., HIRATA, S. & KING, J.E. (2009). Assessing chimpanzee personality and subjective well-being in Japan. American Journal of Primatology, 71, 283-292.
WEISS, A., INOUE-MURAYAMA, M., KING, J.E., ADAMS, M.J. & MATSUZAWA, T. (2012). All too human ? Chimpanzee and orang-utan personalities are not anthropomorphic projections. Animal Behaviour, 83, 1355-1365. [PDF]
Weiss Bernard (New York 1925-2018) : Psychologue béhavioriste américain, spécialisé en toxicologie. Collaborateur de Gentry et Laties.
WEISS, B. & LATIES, V.G. (1959). Titration behavior on various fractional escape programs. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 2 (3), 227-2481. [PDF]
WEISS, B. & LATIES, V.G. (1963). Effects of amphetamine, chlorpromazine and pentobarbital on behavioral thermoregulation. Journal of Pharmacology & Experimental Therapeutics, 140, 1-7.
GENTRY, G.D., WEISS, B. & LATIES, V.G. (1983). The microanalysis of fixed-interval responding. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 39 (2), 327-343. [PDF]
WEISS, B., STERN, S, COX, C. & BALYS, M. (2005). Perinatal and lifetime exposure to methylmercury in the mouse : behavioral effects. Neurotoxicology, 26, 675-690.
 
Weiss Gabrielle ( ) : Psychiatre canadienne et spécialiste de l'hyperactivité. Professeur de Sykes. Collaboratrice de Douglas et Werry.
WEISS, G., KRUGER, E., DANIELLSON, U. & ELMAN, M. (1975). Effect of long-term treatment of hyperactive children with methylphenidate. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 112 (2), 159-165. [PDF]
WEISS, G., WERRY, J., MINDE, K., DOUGLAS, V. & SYKES, D. (1968). Studies on the hyperactive child. V. The effects of dextroamphetamine and chlorpromazine on behaviour and intellectual functioning. Journal of Child Psychology & Psychiatry, 9 (3), 145-156.
WEISS, G. & TROKENBERG-HECHTMAN, l. (1993). Hyperactive children grown up : ADHD in children, adolescents, and adults. Guilford Press.
WEISS, G. (2001). ADHD in adulthood : A guide to current theory, diagnosis, and treatment. Johns Hopkins University Press.
 
CARREY, N. (2009). Interview with Dr. Gabrielle "Gaby" Weiss. Journal Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 18 (4), 340-343. [PDF]
Weiss Jonathan A. ( ) : Psychologue canadien et spécialiste des troubles envahissement du développement.
WEISS, J.A. (2003). Self-injurious behaviours in autism : A literature review. Journal on Developmental Disabilities, 9 (2), 129-143. [PDF]
WEISS, J.A., SULLIVAN, A. & DIOMOND, T. (2004). Parent stress and adaptive functioning of individuals with developmental disabilities. Journal on Developmental Disabilities, 10 (1), 129-136.
WEISS, J.A. & LUNSKY, Y. & MORI, D. (2010). Psychology graduate student training in developmental disability : A Canadian survey. Canadian Psychology, 51 (3), 177-184.
WEISS, J.A. & LUNSKY, Y. (2010). Group cognitive behaviour therapy for adults with Asperger syndrome and anxiety or mood disorder : A case series. Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy, 17, 438-446.
WEISS, J.A. (2012). Mental health care for Canadians with developmental disabilities. Canadian Psychology, 53 (1), 67-69.
Weiss Jay Michael ( ) : Neuropsychologue américain et spécialiste de l'étude du stress et de la dépression animale. Il s'intéresse notamment au rôle du locus coeruleus dans l'apparition de ce trouble. Collaborateur de Nemeroff.
WEISS, J.M. (1967). A tail electrode for unrestrained rats. Journal of Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 10 (1), 85-86. [PDF]
WEISS, J.M. (1980). Coping behavior : Explaining behavioral depression following uncontrollable stressful events. Behaviour Research & Therapy, 18, 485-504.
WEISS, J.M., STOUT, J.C., AARON, M.F., QUAN, N., OWENS, M.J., BUTLER, P.D. & NEMEROFF, C.B. (1994). Experimental studies of depression and anxiety : role of locus coeruleus and corticotropin-releasing factor. Brain Research Bulletin, 35, 561-572. [PDF]
WEISS, J.M., STOUT, J.C., AARON, M.F., QUAN, N., OWENS, M.J., BUTLER, P.D. & NEMEROFF, C.B. (1994). Depression and anxiety : role of the locus coeruleus and corticotropin-releasing factor. Brain Research Bulletin, 35, 561-572.
WEISS, J.M., BOSS-WILLIAMS, K.A., MOORE, J.P., DEMETRIKOPOULOS, M.K., RITCHIE, J.C. & WEST, C.H.K. (2005). Testing the hypothesis that locus coeruleus hyperactivity produces depression-related changes via galanin. Neuropeptides, 39, 281-287.
Weiss Margaret D. ( ) : Psychiatre et historienne canadienne, spécialisée dans l'étude du troubles déficitaire de l'attention avec hyperactivité.
WEISS, M., MURRAY, C. & WEISS, G. (2002). Adults with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder : current concepts. Journal of Psychiatric Practice, 8, 99-111.
WEISS, M. & WEISS, J.R. (2002). A guide to the treatment of adults with ADHD. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 65 (S), 27-37. [PDF]
WEISS, M. & MURRAY, C. (2003). Assessment and management of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder in adults. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 168 (6), 715-722. [PDF]
WEISS, M., GADOW, K. & WASDELL, M.B. (2006). Effectiveness outcomes in attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 67 (S8), 38-45.
WEISS, M. (2010). The unique aspects of assessment of ADHD. Primary Psychiatry, 17 (5), 21-25.
Weiss Maureen R. ( ) : Psychologue américaine, spécialisée dans l'étude du sport, du comportement des athlètes et de l'exercice physique.
WEISS, M.R., WIESE, D.M. & KLINT, K.A. (1989). Head over heels with success : The relationship between self-efficacy and performance in competitive youth gymnastics. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 11, 444-451.
WEISS, M.R., HORN, T.S. & EBBECK, V. (1997). Children's self-perceptions and sources of physical competence information : A cluster analysis. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 19 (1), 52-70.
WEISS, M.R. & AMOROSE, A.J. (2005). Children's self-perceptions in the physical domain : Between- and within-age variability in level, accuracy, and sources of perceived competence. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 27, 226-244.
WEISS, M.R. (2008). "Field of dreams" : Sport as a context for youth development. Research Quarterly for Exercise & Sport, 79, 434-449.
WEISS, M.R., AMOROSE, A.J. & WILKO, A.M. (2009). Coaching behaviors, motivational climate, and psychosocial outcomes among female adolescent athletes. Pediatric Exercise Science, 21, 475-492.
Weiss Paul Alfred ( Vienne 1898-1989 New York) : Biologiste autrichien. Professeur de Sperry.
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.
WEISS, P.A. (1939). Principles of development. Henry Holt and Company.
WEISS, P.A. (1939). The system of nature and the nature of systems : Empirical holism and practical reductionism harmonized. In K.E. Schaefer, H. Hensel & R. Brady, (Eds.), A new image of man in medicine. (Vol. 1, pp. 17-63). Mt. Kisco NY : Futura Publishing Company.
WEISS, P.A. (1959). Animal behavior as system reaction : Orientation toward light and gravity in the resting postures of butterflies (Vanessa). General Systems : Yearbook of the Society for General Systems Research, 4, 19-44.
WEISS, P.A. & TAYLOR, A.C. (1965). Demonstration of axonal flow by the movement of tritium labeled protein in mature optic nerve fibers. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 541, 1521-1527.
 
OVERTON, J. (1989). Paul Alfred Weiss, biographical memoirs. National Academy of Sciences. [PDF]
DRACK, M., APFALTER, W. & POUVREAU, D. (2007). On the making of a system theory of life : Paul Alfred Weiss and Ludwig Von Bertalanffy's conceptual connection. The Quarterly Review of Biology, 82 (4), 349-373. [PDF]
Weiss Robert L. ( ) : Psychologue béhavioriste-cognitiviste américain et spécialiste de la thérapie de couple. Collaborateur de Krasner, Margolin et Patterson.
WEISS, R.L. (1964). The reinforcing effect of rate of stimulation with psychiatric patients. American Psychologist, 19, 583.
PATTERSON, G.R., WEISS, R.L. & HOPS, H. (1976). Training of marital skills : Some problems and concepts. In H. Leitenberg (Ed.), Handbook of behavior modification and behavior therapy. Englewood Cliffs, NJ : Prentice Hall.
MARGOLIN, G. & WEISS, R.L. (1978). Communication training and assessment : A case of behavioral marital enrichment. Behavior Therapy, 9, 508-520.
WEISS, R.L. (1979). Resistance in behavioral marriage therapy. The American Journal of Family Therapy, 7, 3-6.
WEISS, R.L. (1984). Cognitive and strategic interventions in behavioral marital therapy. In K. Hahlweg & N.S. Jacobson (Eds.), Marital interaction : Analysis and modification. New York : Guilford.
Weisz John R. ( ) : Psychologue américain et spécialiste de la perception de contrôle. Collaborateur de Chorpita et Kazdin.

WEISZ, J.R. (1977). A follow-up developmental study of hypothesis behavior among retarded and non-retarded children. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 24, 108-122. [PDF]
WEISZ, J.R. (1979). Perceived control and learned helplessness in mentally retarded and nonretarded children : A developmental analysis. Developmental Psychology, 15, 311-319. [PDF]
WEISZ, J.R., WEISS, B. ALICKE, M.D. & KLOTZ, M.L. (1987). Effectiveness of psychotherapy with children and adolescents : A meta-analysis for clinicians. Journal of Consulting Clinical Psychology, 55 (4), 542-549. [PDF]
WEISZ, J.R., WEISS, B., HAN, S.S., GRANGER, D.A. & MORTON, T. (1995). Effects of psychotherapy with children and adolescents revisited : A meta-analysis of treatment outcome studies. Psychological Bulletin, 117 (3), 450-468. [PDF]
WEISZ, J.R., SOUTHAM-GEROW, M.A. & McCARTY, C.A. (2001). Control-related beliefs and depressive symptoms in clinic-referred children and adolescents : Developmental differences and model specificity. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 110, 97-109. [PDF]
Weitzenhoffer André M. (Paris 1921-2005 Reno) : Psychologue français et spécialiste de l'hypnose. Collaborateur d'Erickson et Hilgard.
WEITZENHOFFER, A. (1949). The production of anti-social acts under hypnosis. Journal of Abnormal & Social Psychology, 44 (3), 420-422.
WEITZENHOFFER, A.M. & HILGARD, E.R. (1959). Stanford Hypnotic Susceptibility Scales, Forms A & B. Palo Alto, CA : Consulting Psychologists Press.
WEITZENHOFFER, A.M. & HILGARD, E.R. (1962). Stanford Hypnotic Susceptibility Scale, Form C. Palo Alto, CA : Consulting Psychologists Press.
WEITZENHOFFER, A.M. (1980). Hypnotic susceptibility revisited. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 22, 130-146.
WEITZENHOFFER, A. (2000). The practice of hypnotism. John Wiley & Sons.
Weller
Aron Weller Leonard Weller
 
Weller Aron (Minneapolis 1958-) : Psychologue américain. Il s'intéresse notamment à l'effet McClintock. Collaborateur de Mikulincer et Weller.
WELLER, A. & WELLER, L. (1992). Menstrual synchrony in female couples. Psychoneuro-Endocrinology, 17, 171-177.
WELLER, A. & HENER, T. (1993). Invasiveness of medical procedures and state anxiety in women. Behavioral Medicine, 19, 60-65.
WELLER, A. & WELLER, L. (1995). Examination of menstrual synchrony among women basketball players. Psychoneuro-endocrinology, 20 (6), 613-622.
WELLER, A. & WELLER, L. (1997). Menstrual variability and the measurement of menstrual synchrony. Psychoneuro- endocrinology, 22, 115-128.
WELLER, A. & WELLER, L. (1998). Prolonged and very intensive contact may not be conducive to menstrual synchrony. Psychoneuro-endocrinology, 23, 19-32.
Weller Leonard ( ) : Sociologue américain. Il s'intéresse notamment à l'effet McClintock. Collaborateur de Weller.
WELLER, L. & WELLER, A. (1993). Human menstrual synchrony: A critical assessment. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 17, 427-439.
WELLER, L., WELLER, A. & AVINIR, O. (1995). Menstrual synchrony : Only in roommates who are close friends ? Physiology & Behavior, 58, 883-889.
WELLER, L. & WELLER, A. (1997). Menstrual variability and the measurement of menstrual synchrony. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 22 (2), 115-128.
WELLER, L., WELLER, A. & ROIZMAN, S. (1999). Human menstrual synchrony in families and among close friends : Examining the importance of mutual exposure. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 113, 261-268.
WELLER, L., WELLER, A., KORESH-KAMIN, H. & BEN-SHOSAN, R. (1999). Menstrual synchrony in a sample of working women. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 24, 449-459.
Wells Adrian ( ) : Psychologue cognitiviste américain d'origine anglaise et spécialiste de la métacognition du trouble de stress post-traumatique et et de la phobie sociale.
WELLS, A. (1994). A multi-dimensional measure of worry : Development and preliminary validation of the anxious thoughts inventory. Anxiety, Stress & Coping, 6, 289-299.
WELLS, A. & PAPEGERGIOU, C. (1998). Social phobia : effects of external attention on anxiety, negative beliefs and perspective taking. Behavior Therapy, 29, 357-370.
WELLS, A. & CARTER, K. (2001). Further tests of a cognitive model of generalized anxiety disorder : Metacognitions and worry in GAD, panic disorder, social phobia, depression, and nonpatients. Behavior Therapy, 32 (1), 85-102.
WELLS, A. (2002). GAD, metacognition, and mindfulness : An information processing analysis. Clinical Psychology : Science & Practice, 9 (1), 95-100.
WELLS, A. (2007). Cognition about cognition : Metacognitive therapy and change in generalized anxiety disorder and social phobia. Cognitive & Behavioral Practice, 14 (1), 18-25. [PDF]
Wender/Wenger
Paul H. Wender Etienne Wenger
 
Wender Paul H. ( ) : Psychiatre américain, spécialisé dans l'étude du trouble d'attention avec ou sans hyperactivité. Avec Ward et Reihmerr, il a inventé une échelle d'évaluation du trouble du déficit de l'attention avec hyperactivité.= Dean of ADHD.
WENDER, P.H. (1971). Minimal brain dysfunction. New York : Wiley.
WENDER, P.H., REIMHERR, F.W., WOOD, D.R. & WARD, M. (1985). A controlled study of methylphenidate in the treatment of attention deficit disorder, residual type, in adults. American Journal of Psychiatry, 142, 547-552.
WARD, M.F., WENDER, P.H. & REIMHERR, F.W. (1993). The Wender Utah Rating Scale : An aid in the retrospective diagnosis of childhood attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. American Journal of Psychiatry, 150, 885-890. [PDF]
WENDER, P.H. (1995). Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder in adults. New York : Oxford University Press.
WENDER, P.H., REIMHERR, F.W., MARCHANT, B.K., SANFORD, M.E., CZAJKOWSKI, L.A. & TOMB, D.A. (2011). A one year trial of methylphenidate in the treatment of ADHD. Journal of Attention Disorders, 15 (1), 36-45.
Wenger Etienne (Neuchatel Suisse 1952-) : Cybernéticien socioconstructiviste et spécialiste de l'apprentissage et de l'intelligence artificielle. Collaborateur de Lave.
LAVE, J. & WENGER, E. (1991). Situated learning : Legitimate peripheral participation. New York : Cambridge University Press.
WENGER, E. (1996). Communities of practice : The social fabric of learning organization. Healthcare Forum Journal, 39 (4), 20-26.
WENGER, E. (1998). Communities of practice. Learning, meaning, and identity. Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press.
WENGER, E. (1998). Communities of practice. Learning, meaning, and identity. Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press.
WENGER, E., McDERMOTT, R. & SNYDER, W. (2002). Cultivating communities of practice : a guide to managing knowledge. Cambridge, MA : Harvard Business School Press.
Wentzel Katryn R. ( ) : Psychologue américaine, spécialisée en éducation et dans l'étude du développement de l'amitié chez les adolescents et de leur motivation et réussite scolaire. Collaboratrice de Wigfield.
WENTZEL, K.R. (1991). Social competence at school : Relation between social responsibility and academic achievement. Review of Educational Research, 61 (1), 1-24.
WENTZEL, K.R. & CALDWELL, K. (1997). Friendships, peer acceptance, and group membership : Relations to academic achievement in middle school. Child Development, 68 (6), 1198-1209. [PDF]
WENTZEL, K.R. (1998). Social support and adjustment in middle school : The role of parents, teachers, and peers. Journal of Educational Psychology, 90, 202-209. [PDF]
WENTZEL, K.R. (2002). Are effective teachers like good parents ? Interpersonal predictors of school adjustment in early adolescence. Child Development, 73, 287-301. [PDF]
WENTZEL, K.R., BAKER, S.A. & RUSSELL, S.L. (2012). Young adolescents' perceptions of teachers' and peers' goals as predictors of social and academic goal pursuit. Applied Psychology : An International Review, 61 (4), 605-633.
Werner Emmy E. ( ) : Psychologue américaine, spécialisé dans l'étude du développement. On lui doit le concept de résilience.
WERNER, E.E. & SMITH, R. (1979). Kauai's children come of age. Honolulu, HI : University Press of Hawaii.
WERNER, E.E. & SMITH, R. (1982). Vulnerable but invincible : A study of resilient children. New York : McGraw-Hill.
WERNER, E.E. (1989). Children of the Garden Island. Scientific American, 260 (4), 76-81. [PDF]
WERNER, E.E. (1992). The children of Kauai : Resiliency and recovery in adolescence and adulthood. Journal of Adolescent Health, 13, 262-268.
WERNER, E.E. (2012). Children and war : Risk, resilience, and recovery. Development & Psychopathology, 24 (2), 553-558.
Wernicke Carl (Tarnowitz Silésie Pologne 1848-1905 Thüringer Wald) : Psychiatre et neurologue allemand d'origine polonaise. Il fut l'un des premiers à décrire les lésions cérébrales. On lui doit également la découverte de l'aphasie de Wernicke, une aphasie de la compréhension du langage. Étudiant de Meynert et Westphal.
WERNICKE, C. (1874). Deraphasische Symptomencomplex. Breslau : Cohn and Weigert.
WERNICKE, C. (1886). Die neueren arbeiten uber aphasie. Fortschritte der Medixin, 4, 463-482.
 
 
 
Werry John S. ( ) : Psychiatre Nouveau-Zélandais et spécialiste de l'étude l'hyperactivité. Collaborateur de Sprague et Weiss.
WERRY, J.S., WEISS, G. & DOUGLAS, V. (1964). Studies on the hyperactive child I. Sorne preliminary findings. Canadian Psychiatric Association Journal, 9, 120-130.
WERRY, J.S. (1968). Developmental hyperactivity. Pediatric Clinics of North America, 15 (3), 581-599.
WERRY, J.S. (1968). Studies on the Hyperactive Child. IV. An empirical analysis of the minimal brain dysfunction syndrome. Archives of General Psychiatry, 19 (1), 9-16.
WERRY, J.S. & SPRAGUE, R.L. & COHEN, M. (1975). Conners' Teache r Rating Scale for use in drug studies with children an empirical study. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 3, 217-229.
WERRY, J.S., ELKIND, G.S. & REEVES, J.C. (1987). Attention deficit, conduct, oppositional, and anxiety disorders in children : III. Laboratory differences. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 15 (3), 409-428.
Wertheimer
Max Wertheimer Michael Wertheimer
 
Wertheimer Max (Prague 1880-1943 New York) : Psychologue allemand et chef de file de la perspective gestaltiste (ou psychologie de la forme). On lui doit le concept d'isomorphisme. Étudiant d'Ehrenfels, Kulpe et Stumpf. Professeur de Luchins.
WERTHEIMER, M. (1923). Laws of organization in perceptual forms. Psycologische Forschung, 4, 301-350.
WERTHEIMER, M. (1959). Productive thinking. New York : Harper and Row.
 
 
 
KOHLER, W. (1950). Max Wertheimer: 1880-1943. Psychological Review, 51, 143-146. WERTHEIMER, M. (1991). Max Wertheimer : Modern cognitive psychology and the gestalt problem. In G. Kimble, M. Wertheimer & C. White (Dirs.), Portraits of pioneers in psychology. Hillsdale : Lawrence Erlbaum.
LUCHINS, A.S. (1968). Max Wertheimer. In D.L. Sills (Ed.), A. Johnson (Hon. Ed.), Vol. 16, pp. 522-527. WERTHEIMER, M., KING, D.B., PECKLER, M.A., RANEY, S. & SCHAEF, R.W. (1992). Carl Jung and Max Wertheimer on a priority issue. Journal of the history of the behavioral sciences, 28 (1), 45-56.
MILLER, A.I. . (1975). Albert Einstein and Max Wertheimer: A Gestalt psychologist's view of the genesis of special relativity theory. History of science; an Annual Review of Lterature, Research and Teaching, 13 (2), 75-103. WERTHEIMER, M. (1997). Max Wertheimer 1929-1937. Gestalt Theory, 19 (4), 263-265.
LUCHINS, A.S. & LUCHINS, E.H. (1979). Introduction to the Einstein-Wertheimer correspondence, Methodology & Science, 12 (S), 165-202. LUCHINS, A.S. & LUCHINS, E.H. (1999). Isomorphism in Gestalt theory : Comparison of Wertheimer's and Köhler's concepts. Gestalt Theory, 21 (3), 208-234. [PDF]
WERTHEIMER, M. (1980). Max Wertheimer : Gestalt prophet. Gestalt Theory, 2 (1), 3-17. PIND, J.L. (2012). Max Wertheimer : On perceived motion and figural organization. British Journal of the History of Science, 46, 536-537.
Wertheimer Michael ( ) : Psychologue gestaltiste américain et historien de la psychologie. Collaborateur de Kimble.
WERTHEIMER, M. (1979/87/2000). A brief history of psychology. New York : Holt, Rinehart & Winston.
WERTHEIMER, M. (1980). Max Wertheimer : Gestalt prophet. Gestalt Theory 2 (1), 3-17.
WERTHEIMER, M. (1986). The annals of the house that Ebbinghaus built. In F. Klix & H. Hagendorf (Eds.), Human memory and cognitive capacities : mechanisms and performance. (pp. 35-43). Amsterdam : Elsevier Science.
WERTHEIMER, M. (1997). Max Wertheimer 1929-1937.Gestalt Theory, 19 (4), 263-265.
WERTHEIMER, M., CROCHETIÈRE, K., VICKER, N., PARKER, J. & KING, D.B. (2001). Gestalt theory and psychopathology. Gestalt Theory, 23 (2), 144-154.
Wertsch James V. ( ) : Psychologue américain et spécialiste du développement, notamment de la théorie de Vygotsky. Collaborateur de Campbell et Rogoff.
WERTSCH, J.V. (1979). From social interaction to higher psychological processes : A clarification and application of Vygotsky's theory. Human Development, 22, 1-22.
WERTSCH, J.V. (1980). The significance of dialogue in Vygotsky's account of social, egocentric, and inner speech. Contemporary Educational Psychology, 5, 150-162.
WERTSCH, J.V. (1989). A sociocultural approach to mind : Some theoretical considerations. Cultural Dynamics, 2 (2), 140-161.
WERTSCH, J.V. & TULVISTE, P. (1992). L S. Vygotsky and contemporary developmental psychology. Developmental Psychology, 28 (4), 548-557. [PDF]
WERTSCH, J.V. & BIVENS, J.A. (1992). The social origins of individual mental functioning : Alternatives and perspectives. The quarterly newsletter of the Laboratory of Comparative Human Cognition, 14 (2), 35-44.
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Gregory West Robert West
 
West Gregory ( ) : Neurosychologue québécois et spécialiste de l'attention visuelle et de la mémoire spatiale. Il s'intéresse notamment à l'effet des jeux vidéo sur le fonctionnement de l'hippocampe. Collaborateur de Bohbot, Jolicoeur et Peretz
WEST, G.L., El-AIDROOS, N. & PRATT, J. (2013). Action video game experience affects oculomotor performance. Acta Psychologica, 142, 38-42. [PDF]
WEST, G.L., PRATT, J. & PETERSON, M.A. (2013). Attention is allocated to near surfaces. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 20 (6), 1213-1220. [PDF]
WEST, G.L., DRISDELLE, B., KONISHI, K., JACKSON, J., JOLICOEUR, P. & BOHBOT, V.D. (2015). Habitual action video game paying is associated with caudate nucleus-dependent navigational strategies. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 282, 1-9. [PDF]
WEST, G.L., ZENDEL, B.R., KONISHI, K., CHORNEY, J.B., BOHBOT, V.D., PERETZ, I. & BELLEVILLE, S. (2017). Playing Super Mario 64 increases hippocampal grey matter in older adults. Plos One, 12 [12] , 1-18. [PDF]
WEST, G.L., KONISHI, K. & BOHBOT, V.D. (2017). Video games and hippocampus dependent learning. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 26 (2), 152-158.
West Robert L. ( ) : Neurosychologue amricain et spécialiste de l'étude du vieillissement.
WEST, R.L. (1996). An application of prefrontal cortex functioning theory to cognitive aging. Psychological Bulletin, 120 (2), 272-292. [PDF]
WEST, R.L. (1999). Visual distraction, working memory, and aging. Memory & Cognition, 27 (6), 1064-1072.
WEST, R.L. (2000). In defense of the frontal lobe hypothesis of cognitive aging. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 6, 727-729.
WEST, R.L. (2004). The effects of aging on controlled attention and conflict processing in the Stroop task. Journal of Cognitive Neurocience, 16 (1), 103-113.
WEST, R.L. & SCHARWB, H. (2006). The influence of aging and frontal function on the neural correlates of regulative and evaluative aspects of cognitive control. Neuropsychology, 20 (4), 468-481.
Westermeyer Jerry Francis ( ) : Psychologue américain spécialisé dans l'étude et le traitement de la schizophrénie. Collaborateur de Harrow.
WESTERMEYER, J.F. (1983). Neurotic symptoms in the postacute phase of schizophrenia. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 171, 216-221.
WESTERMEYER, J.F. & HARROW, M. (1984). Prognosis and outcome using broad (DSM II) and narrow (DSM III) concepts of schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 10, 624-637.
WESTERMEYER, J.F., HARROW, M. & MARENGO, J. (1991). Risk for suicide in schizophrenia and other psychotic and nonpsychotic disorders. The Journal of Nervous & Mental Disease, 179 (5), 259-266.
WESTERMEYER, J.F. (1998). Predictors and characteristics of mental health among men at midlife : A 32-year longitudinal study. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 68, 265-273.
WESTERMEYER, J.F. (2004). Predictors and characteristics of Erikson' s life cycle model among men : A 32-year longitudinal study. The International Journal of Aging & Human Development, 58 (1), 29-48. [PDF]
Westphal Carl Friedrich Otto (Berlin 1833-1890 Kreuzlingen) : Neurologue et psychiatre allemand. On lui doit le concept d'agoraphobie. Professeur de Bechterev, Pick et Wernicke.

 
 
 
 
SIEMERLING, E. (1890). Dr. Carl Westphal. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 36 (153), 312-313. [PDF]
Western Criminology Review : Revue scientifique de criminologie. Éditeur : Western Society of Criminology.
BRISMAN, A. (2011). Advancing critical criminology through anthropology. Western Criminology Review, 12 (2), 55-77. [PDF]

Western Journal of Nursing Research : Revue scientifique de recherche dans le milieu médical. Éditeur : Sage.
 

Western Journal of Research : Revue scientifique.

MUNHALL, P.L. (1988). Ethical considerations in qualitative research. Western Journal of Research, 12 (2), 150-162.

Weston Paul : Personnage de psychologue américain de la télésérie In treatment incarné par Gabriel Byrne.
 
 
 
Weyandt Lisa L. ( ) : Psychologue cognitivo-béhavioriste américaine, spécialisée dans l'étude de l'hyperactivité et du trouble d'hyperactivité avec déficit d'attention. Collaboratrice de Dupaul.
WEYANDT, L., RICE, J.A., LINTERMAN, I., MITZLAFF, L. & EMERT, E. (1998). Neuropsychological performance of a sample of adults with ADHD, developemental reading disorder, and controls. Developmental Neuropsychology, 14 (4), 643-656.
WEYANDT, L.L., MITZLAFF, L., & THOMAS, L. (2002). The relationship between intelligence and performance on the Test of Variables of Attention (TOVA). Journal of Learning Disabilities, 35, 114-120.
WEYANDT, L.L. & DUPAUL, G.J., (2006). ADHD in College Students : A review of the literature. Journal of Attention Disorders, 10 (1), 9-19.
WEYANDT, L.L. & DUPAUL, G.J. (2008). ADHD in college students: Developmental findings. Developmental Disabilities Research Reviews, 14 (4), 311-319.
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Carol Kupers Whalen Christina Whalen
 
Whalen Carol Kupers ( ) : Psychologue cognitivo-béhavioriste et écologiste américaine, spécialisée dans l'étude du trouble du déficit d'attention avec hyperactivité. = Carol Kupers. Étudiante de Bandura. Collaboratrice de Henker et Hinshaw.
WHALEN, C.K., HENKER, B., COLLINS, B.E., FINCK, D. & DOTEMOTO, S. (1978). A social ecology of hyperactive boys : medication effects in structured classroom environments. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 12 (1), 65-81. [PDF]
WHALEN, C.K., HENKER, B. & HINSHAW, S.P. (1985). Cognitive-behavioral therapies for hyperactive children : Premises, problems, and prospects. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 13, 391-410.
WHALEN, C.K. & HENKER, B. (1986). Cognitive behavior therapy for hyperactive children : What do we know ? Journal of Children in Contemporary Society, 19, 123-141.
WHALEN, C.K. (2000). Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder. In A.E. Kazdin (Ed.), Encyclopedia of psychology (pp. 299-303). Washington, D.C. : American Psychological Association/New York : Oxford University Press.
WHALEN, C.K., JAMNER, L.D., HENKER, B. & DELFINO, R.J. (2001). Smoking and moods in adolescents with depressive and aggressive dispositions : Evidence from surveys and electronic diaries. Health Psychology, 20, 99-111. [PDF]
Whalen Christina ( ) : Psychologue béhavioriste et spécialiste de l'étude et du traitement de l'autisme. Collaboratrice de Ingersoll et Schreibman.
WHALEN, C. & SCHREIBMAN, L. (2003). Joint attention training for children with autism using behavior modification procedures. Journal of Child Psychology & Psychiatry, 44, 456-468.
WHALEN, C., LIDEN, L., INGERSOLL, B. DALLAIRE, E. & LIDEN, S. (2006). Behavioral improvements associated with computer-assisted instruction for children with developmental disabilities. The Journal of Speech & Language Pathology - Applied Behavior Analysis, 1 (1), 11-26. [PDF]
WHALEN, C., SCHREIBMAN, L. & INGERSOLL, B. (2006). The collateral effects of joint attention training on social initiations, positive affect, imitation, and spontaneous speech for young children with autism. Journal of Autism & Developmental Disorders, 36 (5), 655-664. [PDF]
 
Wheeler Mark A. ( ) : Psychologue cognitiviste américain et spécialiste de l'étude de l'oubli et de la mémoire épisodique. Collaborateur Gallup, Habib, Roediger, Stuss et Tulving.
WHEELER, M. & ROEDIGER, H.L. (1992). Disparate effects of repeated testing : Reconciling Ballard's (1913) and Bartlett's (1932) results. Psychological Science, 3 (4), 240-246.
WHEELER, M., STUSS, D.T. & TULVING, E. (1997). Frontal lobe damage produces episodic memory impairment. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 1, 525-536. [PDF]
WHEELER, M., STUSS, D.T. & TULVING, E. (1997). Toward a theory of episodic memory : The frontal lobes and autonoetic consciousness. Psychological Bulletin, 121 (3), 331-354. [PDF]
WHEELER, M. (2000). A comparison of forgetting rates in older and younger adults. Aging, Neuropsychology, & Cognition, 7 (3), 179-193.
WHEELER, M., EWERS, M. & BUANANNO, J. (2003). Different rates of forgetting following study versus test trials. Memory, 11 (6), 571-580.
Wheeless Lawrence R. ( ) : Spécialiste américain de l'éducation et de la communication. Ils s'intéresse notamment à la révélation de soi. Professeur de Witt. Collaborateur de McCroskey et Schrodt.
WHEELESS, L.R. & McCROSKEY, J.C. (1973). The effects of selected syntactical choices on source credibility, attitude, behavior, and perception of message. The Southern Speech Communication Journal, 38, 213-222. [PDF]
WHEELESS, L.R. & GROTZ, J. (1977). The measurement of trust and its relationship to self-disclosure. Human Communication Research, 3 (3), 250-257.
WHEELESS, L.R., NESSER, K. & McCROSKEY, J.C. (1986). The relationships of self-disclosure and disclosiveness to high and low communication apprehension. Communication Research Reports, 3, 129-134. [PDF]
WHEELESS, L.R. (1987). A follow-up study of the relationships among trust, disclosure, and interpersonal solidarity. Human Communication Research, 4 (2), 143-147.
WHEELESS, L.R. & PARSONS, L.A. (1987). What you feel is what you might get : Exploring communication apprehension and sexual communication satisfaction. Communication Research Reports, 12 (1), 39-45.
Whishaw Ian Q. ( ) : Neuropsychologue canadien et spécialiste de l'étude du rat. Collaborateur de Kolb.
WHISHAW, I.Q. (1985). Formation of a place learning-set in the rat : A new procedure for neurobehavioural studies. Physiology & Behavior, 35, 139-143.
WHISHAW, I.Q. & WHISHAW, G.E. (1996). Conspecific aggression influences food carrying : studies on a wild population of Rattus norvegicus. Aggressive Behavior, 22, 47-66.
WHISHAW, I.Q. (1998). Place learning in hippocampal rats and the path integration hypothesis. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 22, 209-220.
WHISHAW, I.Q., HINES, D.J. & WALLACE, D.G. (2001). Dead reckoning (path integration) requires the hippocampal formation : evidence from spontaneous exploration and spatial learning tasks in light (allothetic) and dark (idiothetic) tests. Behavioural Brain Research, 127, 49-69.
WHISHAW, I.Q., SACREY, L.A., TRAVIS, S.G., GHOLAMREZAEI, G. & KARL, J.M. (2010). The functional origins of speech-related hand gestures. Behavioural Brain Research, 214 (2), 206-215.
Whitaker Robert ( ) : Journaliste scientifique américain. Il s'intéresse notamment à la psychiatrisation des troubles mentaux et à la surutilisation des drogues/psychotrope dans le traitement de ces "maladies".
WHITAKER, R. (2001). Mad In America: Bad Science, bad Medicine, and the enduring mistreatment of the mentally ill. Perseus Publishing.
WHITAKER, R. (2004). The case against antipsychotic drugs: a 50-year record of doing more harm than good. Medical Hypotheses, 62 (1), 5-13. [PDF]
 
 
 
WHITAKER, R. (2010). Anatomy of an epidemic : Magic bullets, psychiatric drugs, and the astonishing rise of nental illness in America. Random House.
Whitbourne Susan Krauss ( ) : Psychologue américaine et spécialiste de l'étude du développement de l'identité psychologique. Collaboratrice de Waterman.
WHITBOURNE, S.K. & TESH, S.A. (1985). A comparison of identity and intimacy statuses in college students and alumni. Developmental Review, 21 (6), 1039-1044.
WHITBOURNE, S.K., ZUSCLAG, M., ELLIOT, L. & WATERMAN, A. (1992). Psychosocial development in adulthood : A 22-year sequential study. Journal of Personalitv & Social Psychology, 63 (2), 260-271.
WHITBOURNE, S.K. & COLLINS, K.J. (1998). Identity processes and perceptions of physical functioning in adults : Theoretical and clinical implications. Psychotherapy, 35, 519-530.
WHITBOURNE, S.K., SNEED, J.R. & SKULYETY, K.M. (2002). Identity processes in adulthood : Theoretical and methodological challenges. Identity : An International Journal of Theory & Research, 2, 29-45.
WHITBOURNE, S.K., SNEED, J.R. & SAYER, A. (2009). Psychosocial development from college through midlife : A 34-year sequential study. Developmental Psychology, 45, 1328-1320.
White Peter A. ( ) : Psychologue cognitiviste américain, d'origine anglaise, et spécialiste de l'étude de la perception de la causalité.
WHITE, P.A. & MILNE, A. (1999). Impressions of enforced disintegration and bursting in the visual perception of collision events. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 128, 499-516.
WHITE, P.A. (2006). The causal asymmetry. Psychological Review, 113 (1), 132-147. [PDF]
WHITE, P.A. (2010). The property transmission hypothesis : A possible explanation for visual impressions of pulling and other kinds of phenomenal causality. Perception, 39 (9), 1240-1253. [PDF]
WHITE, P.A. (2012). Visual impressions of pushing and pulling : the object perceived as causal is not always the one that moves first. Perception, 41 (10), 1193-1217. [PDF]
WHITE, P.A. (2013). Judgements about the relation between force and trajectory variables in verbally described ballistic projectile motion. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 66 (5), 876-894.
White Carneau : Variété de pigeon utilisée dans les recherches sur le conditionnement operant.

  RASHOTTE, M.E., KATZ, H.N., GRIFFIN, R.W. & WRIGHT, A.C. (1975). Vocalizations of white carneaux pigeons during experiments on schedule-induced aggression. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 76 (2), 206-214. [PDF]
GLEESON, S. & LATTAL, K.A. (1987). Misdescribing the carneau : A perplexing plurality. Behavior Analysis, 10 (1), 111-112. [PDF]
Whitehead Alfred North (Ramsgate Angleterre 1861-1947 Cambridge États-Unis) : Mathématicien et philosophe anglais. Collaborateur de Russel et professeur de Davidson.
WHITEHEAD, A.N. (1926). Religion in the making. New York: Macmillan.
WHITEHEAD, A.N. (1927). Symbolism, its meaning and effect. New York : Macmillan.
WHITEHEAD, A.N. (1929). The aims of education and other essays. New York : Macmillan.
WHITEHEAD, A.N. (1929). The function of reason. Princeton : Princeton University Press.
WHITEHEAD, A.N. (1938). Modes of thought. New York : Macmillan.
Whitehurst Grover J. ( ) : Psychologue américain et spécialiste du langage et de la littéracie. Il s'intéresse également à l'imitation et aux modèles sociaux. Collaborateur de Peterson. = Russ.
WHITEHURST, G.J. (1969). Discrimination learning in children as a function of reinforcement condition, task complexity, and chronological age. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 7, 314- 325.
WHITEHURST, G.J. & VASTA, R. (1975). Is language acquired through imitation ? Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 4, 37-59.
WHITEHURST, G.J., FALCO, F.L., LONIGAN, C., FISCHEL, J.E., DEBARYSHE, B.D., VALDEZ-MENCHACA, M.C. & CAUFIELD, M. (1988). Accelerating language development through picture book reading. Developmental Psychology, 24, 552-559.
WHITEHURST, G.J., ARNOLD, D S., EPSTEIN, J.N., ANGELL, A L., SMITH, M. & FISCHEL, J.E. (1994). A picture book reading intervention in day care and home for children from low-income families. Developmental Psychology, 30, 679-689.
WHITEHURST, G.J., ZEVENBERGEN, A.A., CRONE, D.A., SCHULTZ, M.D., VELTING, O.N. & FISCHEL, J.E. (1999). Outcomes of an emergent literacy intervention from Head Start through second grade. Journal of Educational Psychology, 91, 261-272.
Whiten/Whitten
Andrew Whiten Williams B. Whitten
 
Whiten Andrew ( ) : Psychologue et primatologue anglais et spécialiste de la culture animale, notamment chez le chimpanzee. Professeur de Mesoudi. Collaborateur de Boesch, Byrne, Dunbar, Goodall, McGrew, Nishida, Tutin, Wittig et Wrangham.
WHITEN, A. & BYRNE, R.W. (1987). Tactical deception in primates. Behavioral & Brain Sciences, 11, 231-273.
WHITEN, A. & BYRNE, R.W. (1997) (Eds.). Machiavellian intelligence II. : Evaluations and Extensions. Cambridge University Press.
WHITEN, A., GOODALL, J., McGREW, W.C., NISHIDA, T., REYNOLDS, V., SUGIYAMA, Y., TUTIN, C.E.G., WRANGHAM, R.W. & BOESCH, C. (1999). Cultures in chimpanzees. Nature, 399, 682-685. [PDF]
WHITEN, A. (2000). Primate culture and social learning. Cognitive Science, 24, 477-508. [PDF]
WHITEN, A. (2005). The second inheritance system of chimpanzees and humans. Nature, 437 (7055), 52-55. [PDF]
Whitley Bernard E. ( ) : Psychosociologue américain et spécialiste de l'étude des différences sexuelles, de la tricherie et de l'autoristarisme.
WHITLEY, B.E. (1983). Sex role orientation and self-esteem : A critical meta-analytic review. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 44, 765-778.
WHITLEY, B.E. (1987). The relationship of sex-role orientation to heterosexuals' attitudes toward homosexuals. Sex Roles, 17 (1-2), 103-113.
WHITLEY, B.E. (1990). "The relationship of heterosexuals" attribution for the causes of homosexuality to attitudes toward lesbians and gay men. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin, 16,369-377.
WHITLEY, B.E. (1998). Factors associated with cheating among college students : A Review. Research in Higher Education, 39, 235-274.
WHITLEY, B.E., JONES, A.B. & JONES, C.J. (1999). Gender differences in cheating attitudes and classroom cheating behavior : A meta analysis. Sex Roles, 41 (9/10), 657-680.
Whitlock Janis : Psychologue écologiste américaine et spécialiste de l'étude de l'automutlilation et du suicide, notamment chez les adolescents. Collaboratrice de Muehlenkamp.
WHITLOCK, J.L., POWERS, J.L. & ECKENRODE, J. (2006). The cutting edge : The Internet and adolescent self-injury. Developmental Psychology, 42, 407-417.
WHITLOCK, J.L., ECKENRODE, J. & SILVERMAN, D. (2006). Self-injurious behaviors in a college population. Pediatrics, 117, 1939-1941.
WHITLOCK, J.L. & KNOX, K. (2007). The relationship between suicide and self-injury in a young adult population. Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, 161 (7), 634-640. [PDF]
WHITLOCK, J. & RODHAM, K. (2013). Understanding nonsuicidal self-injury in youth. School Psychology Forum : Research in Practice, 7 (4), 1-18. [PDF]
WHITLOCK, J.L., MUEHLENKAMP, J.J., ECKENRODE, J., PURINGTON, A., BARAL ABRAMS, G., BARREIRA, P. & KRESS, V. (2013). Nonsuicidal self-injury as a gateway to suicide in young adults. Journal of Adolescent Health, 52 (4), 486-492. [PDF]
Whitman Charles Otis (Woodstock 1842-1910 Worcester) : Zoologiste anglais et précurseur de l'éthologie. Il s'est notamment intéressé aux pigeons, à la sangsue et aux vers.
WHITMAN C.O. (1886). The leeches of Japan. Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science, 26, 317-416.
WHITMAN C.O. (1891). The naturalist's occupation. Boston : Ginn et Co.
WHITMAN C.O. (1895). Evolution and epigenesis: Bonnet's theory of evolution, a system of negations. The Monist, 5 (3), 412-426.
WHITMAN C.O. (1899). Animal Behavior. Boston : Ginn et Co.
WHITMAN C.O. (1910). Methods of research in microscopical anatomy and embryology. Boston : Cassino.
 
MORSE, E.S. (1912). Biographical memoir of Charles Otis Whitman 1842-1910. Washington : The National Academy of Sciences.
DAVENPORT, C.B. (1917). The personality, heredity and work of Charles Otis Whitman. American Naturalist, 51, 5-30.
CARR, H.A. & RIDDLE, O. (Eds) (1919). Posthumous works of Charles Otis Whitman. Washington DC : Carnegie Institution of Washington.
MAYR, E. ( ). Whitman, Charles Otis. In Dictionary of scientific biography, 13, 313-315.
PAULY, P.J. (1994). From adventism to biology : The development of Whitman, Charles Otis. Perspectives in Biology & Medicine, 37, 395-408.
Whitten Williams B. ( ) : Psychologue cognitiviste américain, spécialisé dans l'étude de la mémoire, et plus particulièrement de l'effet d'espacement, du rappel libre et de l'oubli. Collaborateur de Bjork.
WHITTEN, W.B. & BJORK, R.A. (1977). Learning from tests : Effects of spacing. Journal of Verbal Learning & Verbal Behavior, 16, 465-478. [PDF]
WHITTEN, W.B. (1978). Output interference and long-term serial position effects. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Human Learning & Memory, 4 (6), 685-692.
WHITTEN, W.B. (1978). Initial-retrieval "depth" and the negative recency effect. Memory & Cognition, 6 (6), 590-598.
 
Whittlesea Bruce W.A. ( ) : Psychologue cognitiviste américain, spécialisé dans l'étude de la familiarité et de la reconnaissance.
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.
WHITTLESEA, B.W.A. (1993). Illusions of familiarity. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 19, 1235-1253.
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.
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.
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, and Cognition, 27, 14-33.
WHO Quality of Life-BREF : Échelle d'évaluation de la qualité de vie.
  SKEVINGTON, S.M., LOTFY, M. & O'CONNELL, K.A. (1992). The World Health Organization's WHOQOL-BREF quality of life assessment : Psychometric properties and results of the international field trial. A Report from the WHOQOL Group. Quality of Life Research, 13 (2), 299-310. [PDF]
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Whorf Benjamin Lee (Winthrop États-unis 1897-1941) : Linguiste américain. En collaboration avec Sapir, il a développé une théorie pour expliquer l'influence du langage sur la perception, mieux connue sous le nom d'hypothèse Sapir-Whorf. Étudiant de Sapir.
WHORF, B.L. (1933/75). The phonetic value of certain characters in Maya writing. Millwood, N.Y. : Krauss Reprint.
WHORF, B.L. (1940). Science and linguistics.Technology Review, 42, 229-231, 247-248.
WHORF, B.L. (1956). Language, thought and reality. New York : Wiley.
WHORF, B.L. (1956). Linguistique et anthropologie. Denoël.
WHORF, B. (1956). In J. B. Carroll (Ed.), Language, thought, and reality : Selected writings of Benjamin Lee Whorf. Cambridge, MA : MIT Press. [PDF]
 
LUCY, J. & SHWEDER, R. (1979). Whorf and his critics: Linguistic and nonlinguistic influences on color memory. American Anthropologist, 81, 581-618.
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HUNT, E. & BANAJI, M.R. (1988). The Whorfian hypothesis revisited : A cognitive science view of linguistic and cultural effects on thought. In J. Berry, S. Irvine, & E.B. Hunt (Eds.), Indigenous cognition: Functioning in cultural context (pp. 57-84). Boston, MA: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers. [PDF]
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Wickens Jeffrey R. ( ) : Neurobiologiste anglais, spécialisé dans l'étude des déterminants biologiques de l'apprentissage (les récompenses et les renforcements) notamment la dopamine. Collaborateur de Johansen, Killeen, Sagvolden, Tannock et Tripp.
WICKENS, J.R. (1990). Striatal dopamine in motor activation and reward-mediated learning : steps towards a unifying model. Journal of Neural Transmission General Section, 80 (1), 9-31.
WICKENS, J.R., MACFARLANE, J., BOOKER, C. & McNAUGHTON, N. (2004). Dissociation of hypertension and fixed interval responding in two separate strains of genetically hypertensive rat. Behavioural Brain Research, 152 (2), 393-401. [PDF]
WICKENS, J.R., REYNOLDS, J.N. & HYLAND, B.I. (2003). Neural mechanisms of reward-related motor learning. Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 13, 685-690. [PDF]
WICKENS, J.R., BUDD, C.S., HYLAND, B.I. & ARBUTNOTT, G.W. (2007). Striatal contributions to reward and decision making. Making sense of regional variations in a reiterated processing matrix. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1104, 192-212.
WICKENS, J.R., HOROVITZ, J.C., COSTA, R.M. & KILLCROSS, S. (2007). Mini-review dopaminergic mechanisms in actions and habits. The Journal of Neuroscience, 27 (31), 8181-8183. [PDF]
Widom Cathy Spatz ( ) : Psychologie américaine et spécialiste de l'étude de la maltraitance des enfants.
WIDOM, C.S. (1989). The cycle of violence. Science, 244, 160-166.
WIDOM, C.S. (1989). Does violence beget violence ? A critical examination of the literature. Psychological Bulletin, 106, 3-28
WIDOM, C.S. & AMES, M. (1994). Criminal consequences of childhood sexual victimization. Child Abuse & Neglect, 18, 303-318.
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Wiedmann Patrice ( ) : Professeur de psychologie au Collège Ahuntsic, auteur et homme de théâtre. Collaborateur de Gagnon, Goulet et Richard-Bessette.
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TAVRIS, C., WADE, C., GAGNON, A., GOULET, C. et WIEDMANN, P. (2007). Initiation à la psychologie : Les grandes perspectives. St-Laurent : ERPI.
TAVRIS, C., WADE, C., GOULET, C., GAGNON, A., WIEDMANN, P. et RICHARD-BESSETTE, S. (2014). Initiation à la psychologie : Les grandes perspectives. St-Laurent : Persons/ERPI.
Wiener Norbert (Columbia Missouri 1894-1964 Stockholm) : Mathématicien américain et père de la cybernétique. Étudiant de Russell. Collaborateur de Bigelow, Cherry et Rosenblueth.
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ROSENBLUETH, A. & WIENER, N. (1945). The role of models in science. Philosophy of Science, 12, 316-321.
WIENER, N. (1948). Cybernetics. New York : Wiley.
WIENER, N. (1961). Cybernetics : Control and communication in the animal and the machine. Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press.
WIENER, N. (1962). Cybernétique et société. 10/18.
 
GALISON, P. (1994). The ontology of the enemy : Norbert Wiener and the cybernetic vision. Critical Inquiry, 21, 228-266.
Wiesel Torsten (Uppsala Sweden 1924-) : Biologiste suédois et lauréat du prix Nobel de physiologie et de médecine en 1981 pour ses travaux avec Hubel sur l'analyse des informations du système visuel. Il a notamment proposé un modèle de traitement de l'information de la vision (le modèle des colonnes oculaires de dominance). Collaborateur de Hubel.
HUBEL, D.H. & WIESEL, T.N. (1962). Receptive fields, binocular interaction and functional architecture in the cat's visual cortex. Journal of Physiology, 160, 106-154. [PDF]
HUBEL, D.H. & WIESEL, T.N. (1968). Receptive fields and functional architecture of monkey striate cortex. Journal of Physiology, 195, 215-43.
 
 
 
Wigfield Allan ( ) : Psychosociologue américain, spécialisé en éducation, et plus particulièrement dans l'étude de la motivation à l'école. Collaborateur de Eccles, Guthrie, Meece et Wentzel.
WIGFIELD, A. (1988). Children's attributions for success and failure. Effects of age and attentional focus. Journal of Educational Psychology, 80 (1), 76-81. [PDF]
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WIGFIELD, A. & ECCLES, J.S. (1994). Children's competence beliefs, achievement values, and general self-esteem : Change across elementary and middle school. Journal of Early Adolescence, 14 (20), 107-138.
WIGFIELD, A. GUTHRIE, J.T., TONKS, S. & PERENCEVICH, K. C. (2004). Children's motivation for reading : Domain specificity and instructional influences. Journal of Educational Research, 97, 299-309.
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Wiki : Technologie de l'information et de la communication (TIC). Wiki, ordinateur et Internet.

  BOULOS, M.N.K., MARAMBA, I. & WHEELER, S. (2006). Wikis, blogs and podcasts : A new generation of Web-based tools for virtual collaborative clinical practice and education. BMC Medical Education, 6, 1-8.
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AVCI, U. & ASKAR, P. (2012). The comparison of the opinions of the university students on the usage of blog and wiki for their courses. Journal of Educational Technology & Society, 15(2), 194- 205.
Voir aussi TIC, blogue, Ordinateur et Internet
Wikipédia : Encyclopédie disponible sur internet.
  SCHWEITZER, N.J. (2008). Wikipedia and psychology : Coverage of concepts and its use by undergraduate students. Teaching of Psychology, 35, 81-85.
RAVID, G., KALMAN, Y.M. & RAFAELI, S. (2008). Wikibooks in higher education : Empowerment through online distributed collaboration. Computers in Human Behavior, 24, 1913-1928.
Voir aussi Ordinateur et Internet
Wilcox Rand R. ( ) : Psychologue et statisticien américain, spécialisé dans l'étude de la robustesse des tests statistiques.
WILCOX, R.R. (1978). Estimating true score in the compound binomial error model. Psychometrika, 43, 245-258.
WILCOX, R.R. (1998). How many discoveries have been lost by ignoring modern statistical methods ? American Psychologist, 53, 300-314. [PDF]
WILCOX, R.R. (2003). Modern robust data analysis methods : Measures of central tendency. Psychological Method, 8 (3), 254-274. [PDF]
WILCOX, R.R. (2011). Inferences about a probabilistic mesasure of effect size when dealing with more than two groups. Journal of Data Science, 9, 471-486. [PDF]
WILCOX, R.R. (2014). Modern robust statistical methods can provide substantially higher power and a deeper understanding of data. Annals of Phytomedicine 3 (1), 25-30. [PDF]
Wilcoxon Frank (Glengarriffe Castle Irelande 1892-1965) : Chimiste et statisticien américain. Il a développé deux tests statistiques qui porte son nom (test de rang de Wilcoxon et test du signe de Wilcoxon). Étudiant de Fisher.
WILCOXON, F. (1945). Individual comparisons by ranking methods. Biometrics Bulletin, 1, 80-83.
WILCOXON, F. (1945). Some uses of statistics in plant pathology. Biometrics Bulletin, 1, 41-45.
WILCOXON, F. (1949). Some rapid approximate statistical procedures. Stanford Conn. : American Cyanamid Co.
WILCOXON, F., RHODES, L.J., RALPH, A. & BRADLEY, R.A. (1963). Two sequential two-sample grouped rank tests with applications to screeing experiments. Biometrics, 9, 58-84.
 
Wilden Anthony (Angleterre 1935-) : Philosophe et sémiologue canadien d'origine anglaise. Il a contribué au développement des théories de la communication de l'École de Palo Alto. Étudiant de Lacan. Collaborateur de Bateson.
WILDEN, A. (1969/81). The language of the self : the function of language in psycho-analysis. Baltimore : John Hopkins Press.
WILDEN, A. (1981). Semiotics as praxis. Recherches semiotiques/Semiotic Inquiry, 1 (1), 1-34.
WILDEN, A. (1983). Système et structure. Essais sur la communication et l'échange. Montréal : Boréal Express.
 
Wilens Timothy E. ( ) : Psychiatre américain. Collaborateur de Biederman, Faraone et Spencer.
WILENS, T.E. & BIEDERMAN, J. (1993). Psychopathology in preadolescent children at high risk for substance abuse : A review of the literature. Harvard Review of Psychiatry, 1 (4), 207-218.
WILENS, T.E., BIEDERMAN, J., PRINCE, J., SPENCER, T.J., FARAONE, S.V., WARBURTON, R., SCHLEIFER, D., HARDING, M., LINEHAN, C. & GELLER, D. (1996). Six-week, double-blind, place- bo-controlled study of desipramine for adult attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. American Journal of Psychiatry, 153, 1147-1153. [PDF]
WILENS, T.E. (2004). Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and the substance use disorders : the nature of the relationship, subtypes at risk, and treatment issuees. Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 2, 283-301. [PDF]
WILENS, T.E. (2006). Mechanism of action of agents used in attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 67 (8), 32-38. [PDF]
WILENS, T.E. (2007). The nature of the relationship between attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and substance use. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 68 (S11), 4-8.
Wilkins Jean ( ) : Médecin et pédiatre québécois, spécialisé dans l'étude et le traitement de l'anorexie et de la boulimie.
WILKINS, J. (1998). Quatre temps pour mieux comprendre l'anorexie. Le Clinicien, 13 (50), 80-91.
WILKINS, J. (1995). Anorexie mentale et boulimie. Un modèle d'intervention qui tient compte des enjeux de l'adolescence. Revue Québécoise de Psychologie, 16 (3), 133-158.
AMOULLE, J.Y., FRAPPIER, B., BEAUQUIER, J. & WILKINS, J. (2001). Impact of a structured program for adolescent girls with anorexia nervosa on an in-patient adolescent medicine unit. Journal of Adolescent Health, 28 (2), 142.
 
Wilkinson Sue ( ) : Psychologue, féminisme et méthodologiste anglaise, spécialisée dans l'étude de l'hétérosexualité et du lesbianisme. Collaboratrice de Kitzinger.
KITZINGER, C., WILKINSON, S. & PERKINS, R. (1992). Special issue on heterosexuality. Feminism & Psychology, 2 (3), 293-324.
WILKINSON, S. & KITZINGER, C. (1993). Heterosexuality. London : Sage Publications Ltd.
WILKINSON, S. (1993). Focus groups. In J.A. Smith (Ed), Qualitative psychology : A practical guide to research methods. London : Sage.
KITZINGER, C. & WILKINSON, S. (1995). Transitions from heterosexuality to lesbianism : the discursive production of lesbian identities. Developmental Psychology, 31 (1), 95-104.
WILKINSON, S. (2001). Theoretical perspectives on women and gender. In R. Unger (Ed.), Handbook of the psychology of women and gender (pp. 17-28). New York : Wiley.
Wilks Samuel Stanley (Little Elm États-Unis 1906-1964 Princeton États-Unis) : Mathématicien et statisticien américain. Professeur de Goodman et Mosteller. Collaborateur de Cochran, Scheffé et Tukey.
WILKS, S.S. (1947). Mathematical statistics. Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press.
TUKEY, J.W. & WILKS, S.S. (1965). Yearbook. American Philosophical Society for 1964, 147-154.
 
 
 
Wiliams
Ben A. Williams George Christopher Williams Kipling D. Williams
Bernard Arthur Owen Williams J. Mark G. Williams Larry W. Williams
David R. Williams Janet W.B. Williams Robert J. Williams
Dmitiri Williams   Wendy Williams
 
Williams Ben A. ( ) : Psychologue béhavioriste américain. Il s'intéresse notamment à l'effet de contraste et aux comportements de choix. Collaborateur de Dunn, Fantino et Wixted.
WILLIAMS, B.A. (1975). The blocking of reinforcement control. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 24 (2), 215-226. [PDF]
WILLIAMS, B.A. & FANTINO, E. (1978). Effects on choice of reinforcement delay and conditioned reinforcement. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 29 (1), 77-86. [PDF]
WILLIAMS, B.A. (1983). Another look at contrast in multiple schedules. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 39 (2), 345-384. [PDF]
WILLIAMS, B.A. & WIXTED, J.T. (1986). An equation for behavioral contrast. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 61 (1), 47-62. [PDF]
WILLIAMS, B.A. & DUNN, E. (1991). Preference for conditioned reinforcement. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 61 (1), 47-62. [PDF]
Williams Bernard Arthur Owen (Essex Angleterre 1929-2003) : Philosophe anglais.
WILLIAMS, B. (1991). La honte et la nécessité. Paris : Presses universitaires de France.
WILLIAMS, B. (1997). Moral responsibility and political freedom. Cambridge Law Journal, 56, 1997.
WILLIAMS, B. (2002). Truth and truthfulness : An essay in genealogy. Princeton University Press.
WILLIAMS, B. (2002). Problems of the self : philosophical papers, 1956-1972. Cambridge : Cambridge university press.
WILLIAMS, B. (2000). Philosophy ss a humanistic discipline. Philosophy, 75 (294), 477-496. [PDF]
Williams David R. ( ) : Sociologue américain et spécialiste des déterminants sociaux-économiques, notamment la race, de la santé mentale.
WILLIAMS, D.R. (1990). Socioeconomic differentials in health : A review and redirection. Social Psychology Quarterly, 3, 81-99.
WILLIAMS, D.R., LAVIZZO-MOUREY, R. & WARREN, R.C. (1994). The concept of race and health status in America. Public Health Reports, 109, 26-41.
WILLIAMS, D.R. & COLLINS, C. (1995). Socioeconomic and racial differences in health. Annual Review of Sociology, 21, 349-386. [PDF]
WILLIAMS, D.R., YU, Y., JACKSON, J.S. & ANDERSON, N.B. (1997). Racial differences in physical and mental health socio-economic status, stress and discrimination. Journal of Health Psychology, 2 (3), 335-351. [PDF]
WILLIAMS, D.R. MOHAMMED, S.A., LEAVELL, J. & COLLINS, C. (12010). Race, socioeconomic status, and health : Complexities, ongoing challenges, and research opportunities. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1186, 69–101. [PDF]
Williams Dmitri ( ) : Spécialiste de la communication. Il s'intéresse notamment à la dépendance à internet. Collaborateur de Yee.
WILLIAMS, D. (2003). The video game lightning rod : Constructions of a new media technology, 1970-2000. Information, Communication and Society, 6 (4), p. 523-550.
WILLIAMS, D. (2005). Bridging the methodological divide in game research. Simulation & Gaming, 36 (4), 447-463.
WILLIAMS, D. & SKORIC, M. (2005). Internet fantasy violence. A test of aggression in an online game. Communication Monographs, 72, 217-233. [PDF]
WILLIAMS, D. MARTINS, M. CONSALVO, M. & IVORY, J. (2009). The virtual censu s: Representations of gender, race and age in video games. New Media & Society, 11, 815-834.
WILLIAMS, D., CONSALVO, M., CAPLAN, S. & YEE, N. (2009). Looking for gender (LFG) : Gender roles and behaviors among online gamers. Journal of Communication, 59, 700-725.
Williams George Christopher (1926-) : Biologiste et sociobiologiste américain, pionnier de la psychologie évolutionniste. Collaborateur de Nesse.
WILLIAMS, G.C. (1966). Adaptation and natural selection. Princeton : Princeton University Press.
WILLIAMS, G.C. (Ed.) (1971). Group selection. Chicago : Aldine-Atherton.
WILLIAMS, G.C. (1985). A defense of reductionism in evolutionary biology. Oxford Surveys in Evolutionary Biology, 2, 127.
WILLIAMS, G.C. (1992). Natural selection : Domains, levels, and challenges. New York : Oxford University Press.
TAYLOR, P.O. & WILLIAMS, G.C. (1984). Demographic parameters at evolutionary equilibrium. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 62, 2264-2271.
Williams J. Mark G. ( ) : Psychiatre cognitivo-béhavioriste. Il s'intéresse notamment au suicide. Collaborateur de Arntz, Barlow, Clark, Ehlers, Fairburn, Freeston, Friman, Garety, Hollon, Macleod, Ost, Salkovskis,Segal, Shafran, Teasdale et Wilson.
WILLIAMS, J.M.G., MATHEWS, A. & MacLEOD, C.M. (1996). The emotional Stroop task and psychopathology. Psychological Bulletin, 120 (1), 3-24. [PDF]
WILLIAMS, J.M.G., TEASDALE J.D., SEGAL, Z.V. & SOULSBY, J. (2000). Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy reduces overgeneral autobiographical memory in formerly depressed patients. Journal of Abnormal Psychology 109, 150-155. [PDF]
WILLIAMS, J.M.G. & SWALES, M. (2004). The use of mindfulness-based approaches for suicidal patients. Archives of Suicide Research, 8, 315-330. [PDF]
WILLIAMS, J.M.G., DUGGAN, D.S., CRANE, C. & FENNELL, M.J.V. (2006). Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy for prevention of recurrence of suicidal behavior. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 62, 201-210. [PDF]
WILLIAMS, J.M.G., RUSSELL, I.G. & RUSSELL, D. (2008). Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy : Further issues in current evidence and future research. Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology, 76, 524-529. [PDF]
WILLIAMS, J.M.G. (2010). Mindfulness and psychological process. Emotion, 10, 1-17
Williams Janet W.B. ( ) : Psychiatre américaine. Collaboratrice de Spitzer.
WILLIAMS, J.B. (1988). A structured interview guide for the Hamilton depression rating scale. Archives of General Psychiatry, 45, 742-747.
WILLIAMS, J.W.B. (2001). Standardizing the Hamilton Depression Rating Scale : Past, present, and future. European Archives of Psychiatry & Clinical Neuroscience, 251 (S2), 6-12.
WILLIAMS J.B.W. & KOBAK, K.A. (2008). Development and reliability of a structured interview guide for the Montgomery-Asberg Depression Rating Scale (SIGMA). British Journal of Psychiatry, 192 (1), 52-58.
Williams Kipling D. (Columbus 1953-) : Psychosociologue américain, spécialisé dans l'étude de la flânerie sociale et de l'ostracisme. = Kip. Collaborateur de Karau, Latané, Loftus, Nairne et Salovey.
WILLIAMS, K.D., HARKINS, S. & LATANÉ, B. (1981). Identifiability as a deterrent to social loafing : Two cheering experiments. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 40, 303-311.
WILLIAMS, K.D., CHEUNG, C.K.T. & CHOI, W. (2000). Cyberostracism : Effects of being ignored over the Internet. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 79, 748-762.
WILLIAMS, K.D. & WARBUTON, W.A. (2003). Ostracism: A form of indirect aggression that can result in aggression. International Review of Social Psychology, 16, 101-126.
WILLIAMS, K.D. & JARVIS, B. (2006). Cyberball : A program for use in research on interpersonal ostracism and acceptance. Behavior Research Methods, 38, 174-180.
WILLIAMS, K.D. (2007). Ostracism. The Annual Review of Psychology, 58, 425-452. [PDF]
Williams Larry W. ( ) : Psychologue béhavioriste canadien. Il s'intéresse notamment au développement et à ses pathologies. Collaborateur de Friman, Ghessi et Tarbox.
TARBOX, R., WALLACE, M.D. & WILLIAMS, W.L. (2003). Assessment and treatment of elopement : a replication and extension. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 36 (2), 239-244. [PDF]
WILLIAMS, W.L., GHESSI, P. & BURKHOLDER, E. (2004). Developmental disabilities and mental retardation. In W. O'Donahue & M. Levinsky (Eds.), Handbook of forensic psychology (pp. 489-509). New York : Elsivier Science/ Academic Press.
WILLIAMS, W.L (2004). Developmental disabilities : Etiology, assessment, intervention and integration. Reno NV : Context Press.
WILLIAMS, W.L., JACKSON, M. & FRIMAN, P.C. (2007). Enuresis and Encopresis. In P. Sturmey (Ed.), Handbook of clinical psychology and functional analysis. New York : Elsevier.
WILLIAMS, W.L. & JACKSON, M. (2010). Enuresis. In P. Sturmey and M.Hersen (Eds.), Handbook of evidence based practice in clinical (Vol. 1). New York : Wiley.
Williams, Robert J. ( ) : Psychologue canadien et spécialiste de l'étude du jeu de hasard et des joueurs compulsifs. Collaborateur de Volberg et Wood.
WILLIAMS, R.J., ROYSTON, J. & HAGEN, B. (2005). Gambling and problem gambling within forensic populations: A review of the literature. Criminal Justice & Behavior : An International Journal, 32 (6), 665-689.
WILLIAMS, R.J., CONNOLLY, D., WOOD, R.T. & NOWATZKI, N. (2006). Gambling and problem gambling in a sample of university students. Journal of Gambling Issues, 16, 1-13. [PDF]
WILLIAMS, R.J. & CONNOLLY, D. (2006). Does learning more about the mathematics of gambling change gambling behaviour ? Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 20 (1), 62-68. [PDF]
WILLIAMS, R.J. & VOLBERG, R. (2009). Impact of survey description, administration format, and exclusionary criteria on population prevalence rates of problem gambling. International Gambling Studies, 9 (2), 101-117.
WILLIAMS, R.J. & VOLBERG, R. (2014). Classification accuracy of four problem gambling assessment instruments. International Gambling Studies, 14 (1), 15-28.
Williams Wendy ( ) : Psychologue écologiste et cognitiviste américaine, spécialisée dans l'étude de l'intelligence.
WILLIAMS, W.M. & STERNBERG, R.J. (1988). Group intelligence : Why some groups are better than others. Intelligence, 12, 351-377.
WILLIAMS, W.M. & CECI, S.J. (1997). A person-process-context-time approach to understanding intellectual development. Review of General Psychology, 1 (3), 288-310.
WILLIAMS, W.M. (2000). Perspectives on intelligence testing, affirmative action, and educational policy. Psychology, Public Policy, & Law, 6 (1), 2-26.
WILLIAMS, W.M. (2002). Teaching children real-world knowledge and reasoning. Developmental Review, 22, 151-161
WILLIAMS, W.M. & CECI, S.J. (2009). Race : A useful way to glean social information. Nature, 458, 147.
Williamson Edmund G. (1900-1979) : Psychologue américain.
WILLIAMSON, E.G. (1940). Introduction to high school counseling. New York and London : McGraw-Hill book company.
WILLIAMSON, E.G. (1949). Counseling and discipline. New York : McGraw-Hil.
WILLIAMSON, E.G. (1950). Counseling adolescents : revision of part I of How to counsel students. New York : McGraw-Hil.
WILLIAMSON, E.G. (1966). The American student's freedom of expression : a research appraisal. Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press.
WILLIAMSON, E.G. (1975). Student personnel work : a program of developmental relationships. New York : Wiley.
 
DARLEY, J.G. (1979). Obituary : Edmund Griffith Williamson (1900-1979). American Psychologist, 34 (12), 1174-1175.
Willcutt Erik G. ( ) : Neuropsychologue américain et spécialiste du trouble du déficit de l'attention avec hyperactivité Collaborateur de Defries, Faraone, Friedman, Hewitt, Miyake, Olson, Pelham, Pennington et Rhee.
WILLCUTT, E.G., PENNINGTON, B.F., OLSON, R.K., BOADA, R., OGLINE, J., TUNICK, R. & CHABILDAS, N. (2001). A comparison of the cognitive deficits in reading disability and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 110, 157-172.
WILLCUTT, E.G., PENNINGTON, B.F., OLSON, R.K., CHHABILDAS, N. & HULSLANDER, J. (2005). Neuropsychological analyses of comorbidity between reading disability and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder : In search of the common deficit. Developmental Neuropsychology, 27, 35-78.
WILLCUTT, E.G., BETJEMANN, R., McGRATH, L., CHHABILDAS, N.A., OLSON, R.K., DeFRIES, J.C. & PENNINGTON, B.F. (2010). Etiology and neuropsychology of comorbidity between RD and ADHD : The case for multiple-deficit models. Cortex, 46, 1345-1361. [PDF]
WILLCUTT, E.G., PENNINGTON, B.F., DUNCAN, L., SMITH, S.D., KEENAN, J.M., WADSWORTH, S. J., DeFRIES J.C. & OLSON, R.K. (2010). Understanding the complex etiologies of developmental disorders: behavioral and molecular genetic approaches. Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics, 31, 533 - 544.
WILLCUTT, E.G. (2012). The prevalence of DSM-IV attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder : A metaanalytic review. Neurotherapeutics, 9, 490-499. [PDF]
Willis Thomas (Great Bedwyn Wiltshire 1621-1675 Londres) : Médecin, anatomiste anglais et précurseur de la neurologie; on lui doit d'ailleurs ce terme. On lui doit également la découverte du polygone de Willis, une partie du système vasculaire du cerveau, et la première description du corps strié.
WILLIS, T. (1664). Cerebri anatomi.
WILLIS, T. (1664). Pathologiae cerebri et nervosi generis specimen.
WILLIS, T. (1672). Anima Brutorum.
 
 
Willms Douglas Jon ( ) : Chercheur canadien en éducation et spécialiste de la littératie.
WILLMS, J.D. & RAUDENBUSH, S.W. (1989). A longitudinal hierarchical linear model for estimating school effects and their stability. Journal of Educational Measurement, 26 (3), 209-232.
WILLMS, J.D. & JACOBSEN, S. (1990). Growth in mathematics skills during the intermediate years : Sex differences and school effects. International Journal of Educational Research, 14, 157-174.
WILLMS, J.D. & KERCHKOFF, A.C. (1995). The challenge of developing new social indicators. Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 17 (1), 113-131.
WILLMS, J.D. (2003). PISA 2000 : Socioeconomic status and reading performance of French- and Italian-speaking Swiss students. Genève : Service de la Recherche en Éducation.
WILLMS, J.D. et MURRAY, T.S. (2007). Acquisition et perte de compétences en littératie au cours de la vie. Ottawa : Statistique Canada.
Wilson
Alyssa N. Wilson Edward Osborne Wilson Kelly G. Wilson
Anne E. Wilson Glenn D. Wilson Timothy Decamp Wilson
David Sloan Wilson Terence G. Wilson
 
Wilson Alyssa N. ( ) : Psychologue béhavioriste américaine, spécialisée dans l'étude du jeu compulsif et des délais de renforcement. Collaboratrice de Dixon.
WILSON, A.N., & Dixon, M.R. (2010). A mindfulness approach to improving classroom attention. Journal of Behavioral Health and Medicine, 1(2), 134-139.
WILSON, A. N. (2015). A critique of sociocultural values in PBIS. Behavior Analysis in Practice, 8 (1), 92-94
WILSON, A. N., & *Grant, T. (2015). Derived Rule Following of Roulette Gambling: Replication and Extension. Behavior Analysis in Practice, 8(1), 52-56.
WILSON, A. N., Salas-Wright, C. P., Vaughn, M. G., & Maynard, B. R. (2015). Gambling prevalence rates among immigrants: A multigenerational examination. Addictive Behaviors, 42, 79-85.
WILSON, A.N. & GRATZ, O.H. (2016). Using a progressive ratio schedule of reinforcement as an assessment tool to inform treatment. Behavior Analysis in Practice, 8 (1), 52-56. [PDF]
Wilson Anne E. ( ) : Psychologue canadienne. Collaboratrice de Ross.
WILSON, A.E. & ROSS, M. (2000). The frequency of temporal-self and social comparisons in people's personal appraisals. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 78, 928-942.
WILSON, A.E., SMITH, M.D. & ROSS, M. (2003). The nature and effects of young children's lies. Social Development, 12, 21-45.
WILSON, A.E. & ROSS, M. (2003). The identity function of autobiographical memory : Time is on our side. Memory, 11 (2), 137-149. [PDF]
WILSON, A.E., SMITH, M.D., ROSS, H. & ROSS, M. (2004). Young children's personal accounts of their sibling disputes. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 50, 39-60.
WILSON, A.E., GUNN, G.R. & ROSS, M. (2009). The role of subjective time in identity regulation. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 23, 1164-1178.
Wilson David Sloan (1949-) : Biologiste évolutionniste et anthropologue américain, spécialisé dans l'étude de l'altruisme et de la sélection de groupe. Collaborateur de Dugatkin et Wilson.
WILSON, D.S. & DUGATKIN, L.A. (1997). Group selection and assortative interactions. American Naturalist, 149, 336-351. [PDF]
WILSON, D.S., DITRICH, E. & CLARK, A.B. (2003). On the inappropriate use of the naturalistic fallacy in evolutionary psychology. Biology & Philosophy, 18, 669-682. [PDF]
WILSON, D.S. (2004). What is wrong with absolute individual fitness ? Trends in Ecology & Evolution 19, 245-248. [PDF]
WILSON, D.S. (2005). Testing major evolutionary hypotheses about religion with a random sample. Human Nature, 16 (4), 419-446. [PDF]
WILSON, D.S. & WILSON, E.O. (2008). Evolution "For the Good of the Group". American Scientist, 96, 380-389. [PDF]
 
Wilson Edward Osborne (Birmingham États-Unis 1929-) : Entomologiste et éthologiste américain. De nombreux historiens des sciences le considèrent comme le père de la sociobiologie. Il est membre du Comittee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal. Professeur de Hailman. Collaborateur de Hölldobler et Wilson.
WILSON, E.O. (1975/96). Sociobiology : The new synthesis. Belknap Press.
WILSON, E.O. (1978). On human nature. Cambridge : Harvard University Press.
WILSON, E.O. (1971). The insect societies. Belknap Press.
WILSON, E.O. (1998). Resuming the enlightenment quest. The Wilson Quarterly, 4, 16-27.
HÖLLDOBLER, B. & WILSON, E.O. (1995). Journey to the ants : A story of scientific exploration/Voyage chez les fourmis. Barnes & Noble.
Wilson Glenn D. ( ) : Psychologue évolutionniste néo-zélandais, spécialisé dans l'étude de la personnalité et du conservatisme. Étudiant de Eysenk.
WILSON, G.D. & PATTERSON, J.R. (1968). A new measure of conservatism. British Journal of Social & Clinical Psychology, 8, 264-269.
WILSON, G.D., AUSMAN, J. & MATHEWS, T.R. (1973). Conservatism and art preferences. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 25, 286 -288.
EYSENK, H.J. & WILSON, G.D. (1973). The experimental study of Freudian theories. London : Methuen.
WILSON, G.D., NIAS, D.K.B. & BRAZENDALE A.H. (1975). Vital statistics, perceived sexual attractiveness and response to risque humor. Journal of Social Psychology, 95, 201-205.
WILSON, G.D. (2010). Fingers to feminism : The rise of 2D:4D. Quarterly Review, 4, 25-32.
Wilson G. Terence ( ) : Psychologue cognitivo-béhavioriste américain, spécialisé dans le traitement de l'alcoolisme et des troubles alimentaires. notamment de la boulimie et de l'anorexie. Collaborateur de Barlow, Clark, Ehlers, Garety, Grilo, Hollon, Fairburn, Kazdin, Kraemer, Nathan, O'leary, Ost, Salkovskis, Shafran, Vitousek et Williams.
WILSON, G.T. & DAVISON, G.C. (1971). Processes of fear-reduction in systematic desensitization : Animal studies. Psychological Bulletin, 76, 1-14.
WILSON, G.T. & O'LEARY, K.D. (1980). Principles of behavior therapy. New Jersey : Prentice-Hall.
WILSON, G.T., ROSSITER, E., KLEIFIELD, E.I. & LINDHOLM, L. (1986). Cognitive-behavioral treatment of bulimia nervosa : A controlled evaluation. Behaviour Research & Therapy, 24, 277-288.
WILSON, G.T. & FAIRBURN, C.G. (1993). Cognitive treatments for eating disorders. Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology, 61 (2), 261-269.
WILSON, G.T., GRILLO, C.M. & VITOUSEK, K.M. (2007). Psychological treatment of eating disorders. American Psychologist, 62 (3), 199-216.
Wilson Kelly G. ( ) : Psychologue cognitivo-béhavioriste américain. En collaboration avec Hayes et Stroshal, il a développé la thérapie de l'acceptation et de l'engagement. Collaborateur de Barnes-Holmes, Barnes-Holmes, Eifert, Forsyth, Friman, Hayes, O'Donohue, Stroshal, Twohig, Zettle et Zvolensky.
WILSON, K.G., FOLLETTE, V.M., HAYES, S.C. & BATTEN, S.V. (1996). Implications of acceptance theory for the treatment of survivors of childhood sexual abuse. PTSD Clinical Quarterly, 6, 34-37.
WILSON, K.G. & HAYES, S.C. (1996). Resurgence of derived stimulus relations. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 66 (3), 267-281. [PDF]
WILSON, K.G. & HAYES, S.C. (1996). Why it is crucial to understand thinking and feeling : An analysis and application to drug abuse. The Behavior Analysist, 23 (1), 25-43 [PDF]
WILSON, K.G., HAYES, S.C. & GIFFORD, E.V. (1997). Cognition in behavior therapy : agreements and differences. Journal of Behavior Therapy & Experimental Psychiatry, 28 (1), 53-63.
WILSON, K.G., SANDOZ, E.K., KITCHENS, J. & ROBERTS, M.E. (2010). The Valued Living Questionnaire : Defining and measuring valued action within a behavioral framework. The Psychological Record, 60, 249-272.
Wilson Timothy Decamp ( ) : Psychosociologue américain, spécialisé dans l'étude des attitudes. Collaborateur d'Aronson, Gilbert, Nisbett et Schooler.
NISBETT, R.E. & WILSON, T.D. (1977). Telling more than we can know : Verbal reports on mental processes. Psychological Review, 84, 231-259. [PDF]
WILSON, T.D. & BREKKE, N.C. (1994). Mental contamination and mental correction : Unwanted influences on judgments and evaluations. Psychological Bulletin, 116, 117-142.
WILSON, T.D., LINDSEY, S. & SCHOOLER, T. (2000). A model of dual attitudes. Psychological Review, 107, 101-126. [PDF]
WILSON, T.D. & GILBERT, D.T. (2005). Knowing what to want : Affective forecasting. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 14 (3), 131-134. [PDF]
WILSON, T.D. (2006). The power of social psychological interventions. Science, 313, 1251-1252.
Windholz George (1931-2002) : Psychologue béhavioriste et historien américain, spécialisé dans l'étude du conditionnement répondant. Collaborateur de Lamal.
WINDHOLZ, G. & LAMAL, P.A. (1986). Priority in the classical conditioning of children. Teaching of Psychology, 13, 192-195.
WINDHOLZ, G. (1990). Pavlov and the pavlovians in the laboratory. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 26, 64-74.
WINDHOLZ, G. (1997). Pavlov and the mind-body problem. Integrative Physiological & Behavioral Science, 32, 149-159.
WINDHOLZ, G. (1998). Pavlov's conceptualization of voluntary movements within the framework of the theory of higher nervous activity. American Journal of Psychology, 111, 435-443.
WINDHOLZ, G. & LAMAL, P.A. (2002). Koehler's insight revisited. In R.A Griggs (Ed.), Handbook for teaching introductory psychology (Vol. 3, pp. 80-81). Mahwah, NJ, US : Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
 
LAMAL, P.A. (2003). George Windholz (1931-2002) : Obituary. American Psychologist, 58 (6/7), 493.
Winer/Wiener
Benjamin James Winer Norbert Wiener
Gerald A. Winer
 
Winer Benjamin James ( ) : Psychologue et statisticien américain.

WINER, B.J. & BIERI, J.W. (1952). The leadership behavior of the airplane commande. Columbus, Ohio : Ohio State University Research Foundation.
WINER, B.J., BROWN, D.R. & MICHELS, K.M. (1971/91). Statistical principles in experimental design. New York : McGraw-Hill.
 
Winer Gerald A. ( ) : Psychologue cognitiviste européen et spécialiste de l'étude des croyances. Il s'intéresse également au développement de l'inclusion logique.
WINER, G.A. & COTTRELL, J.E. (1996). Does anything leave the eye when we see ? Extramission beliefs of children and adults. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 5, 137-142.
WINER, G.A. & COTTRELL, J.E. (1996). Effects of drawing on directional representations of the process of vision. Journal of Educational Psychology, 88, 704-717.
WINER, G.A., COTTRELL, J.E., KAREFILAKI, K. & HRONISTER, M. (1996). Conditions affecting beliefs about visual perception among children and adults. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 61, 93-115.
WINER, G.A., COTTRELL, J.E., GREGG, V., FOURNIER, J.S. & BICA, L.A. (2002). Fundamentally misunderstanding visual perception : Adults' belief in visual emissions. American Psychologist, 57 (6/7), 417-424. [PDF]
WINER, G.A., RADER, A.W. & COTTRELL, J.E. (2003). Testing different interpretations for the mistaken belief that rays exit the eyes during vision. The Journal of Psychology, 137, 243-261.
Winett Richard A. ( ) : Psychologue cognitivo-béhavioriste américain et spécialiste de la médecine béhaviorale. Il s'intéresse également aux comportements qui permettent des économies d'énergie.
WINETT, R.A., NEALE, M.S. & GRIER, H.C. (1979). Effects of self-monitoring and feedback on residential electricity consumption. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 12 (2), 173-184. [PDF]
WINETT, R.A., HATCHER, J.W., FORT, T.R. LECKLITER, I.N. LOVE, S.Q. RILEY, A.W. & FISHBACK, J.F. (1982). The effects of videotape modeling and daily feedback on residential electricity conservation, home temperature and humidity, perceived comfort, and clothing worn : Winter and summer. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 15 (3), 381-402. [PDF]
WINETT, R.A., LECKLITER, I.N., CHINN, D.E., STAHL, B. & LOVE, S.Q. (1985). Effects of television modeling on residential energy conservation. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 18 (1), 33-44. [PDF]
 
 
Wing
Lorna Wing Rena R. Wing
 
Wing Lorna (1928-2014) : Psychiatre et travailleuse sociale anglaise, spécialisée dans l'étude de l'autisme. En 1981, elle propose de distinguer deux formes d'autisme, le syndrome de Kanner (déjà bien connu) et une fome que l'on aurait jusque là négligée, le syndrome d'Asperger. Collaboratrice de Gillberg, Lader et Leekam.
WING, L. (1956). The use of reserpine in chronic psychotic patients: a controlled trial. The Journal of Mental Science, 102 (428), 530-541. [PDF]
WING, L. & GOULD, J. (1979). Severe impairments of social interaction and associated abnormalities in children : epidemiology and classification. Journal of Autism & Developmental Disorders 9, 11-29.
WING, L. (1981). Asperger syndrome : a clinical account. Journal of Psychological Medicine, 11, 115-129. [LIRE]
WING, L. (1993). The definition and prevalence of autism : A review. European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 2 (2), 61-74. [LIRE]
WING, L., GOULD, J. & GILLBERG, C. (2011). Autism spectrum disorders in the DSM-V : Better or worse than the DSM-IV ? Research in Developmental Disabilities, 32, 768-773. [PDF]
Wing Rena R. ( ) : Psychiatre américaine et spécialiste de l'étude et spécialiste des troubles alimentaires, plus particulièrement de l'obésité. Collaboratice de Grilo.
WING, R.R. & HILL, J.O. (2001). Successful weight loss maintenance. Annual Review of Nutrition, 21, 323-341.
WING, R.R., PHELAN, S. & TATE, D.F. (2002). The role of adherence in mediating the relationship between depression and health outcomes. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 53, 877.
WING, R.R. & PHELAN, S. (2005). Long-term weight loss maintenance. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 82 (S1), 222-225.
WING, R.R., TATE, D.F., GORIN, A.A., RAYNOR, H.A. & FAVA, J.L. (2006). A self-regulation program for maintenance of weight loss. New England Journal of Medicine, 355 (15), 1563-1571.
WING, R.R., PAPANDONATOS, G., FAVA, J.L., GORIN, A.A., PHELAN, S., McCAFFERY, J. & TATE, D.F. (2009). Maintaining large weight losses : The role of behavioral and psychological factors. Journal of Consulting & Clinical psychology, 76 (6), 1015-1021. [PDF]
Winger Gail ( ) : Psychologue béhavioriste américaine, spécialisée en pharmacologie béhaviorale, notamment dans l'étude des benzodiazépines. Collaboratrice de Hursh et Woods.
WINGER, G., WOODS, J.H., GALUSKA, C.M. & WADE-GALUSKA, T. (2005). Behavioral perspectives on the neuroscience of drug addiction. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 84 (3), 667-681. [PDF]
WINGER, G., WOODS, J.H. & HURSH, S.R. (1996). Behavior maintained by alfentanil or nalbuphine in rhesus monkeys : Fixed ratio and time-out changes to establish demand curves and relative reinforcing effectiveness. Experimental & Clinical Psychopharmacology, 4, 131-140.
WINGER, G. (1993). Fixed-ratio and time-out changes on behavior maintained by cocaine or methohexital in rhesus monkeys: 1. Comparison of reinforcing strength. Experimental & Clinical Psychopharmacology, 1, 142-153.
 
 
Winnicott
Clare Winnicott Donald Woods Winnicott
 
Winnicott Clare (Scarborough 1906-1984) : Psychanalyste anglaise. = Clare Britton. Collaboratrice de Winnicott. Analysée par Klein et Scott.
WINNICOTT, C. & WINNICOTT, D.W. (1944). The problem of homeless children. The new era in home and school, 25, 155-161
WINNICOTT, C. (1947). Residential management as treatment for difficult children. Human Relations, 1 (1), 2-12.
WINNICOTT, C. (1955). Casework techniques in the child care services. Social Casework, 36 (1), 3-13.
WINNICOTT, C. (1964). Communicating with children (I). Child Care Quarterly Review, 18 (3), 85-93.
WINNICOTT, C. (1980). Fear of breakdown. A clinical example. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 61, 351-357.
 
ELKAN, I. (1984). Tribute to Clare Winnicott. British Psycho-Analytical Society Bulletin 7, 12-13.
MILNER, M. (1985). Obituary Clare Winnicott, O.B.E. Winnicott Studies 1, 4.
Winnicott Donald Woods (Plymouth 1896-1971 Londres) : Médecin, pédiatre et psychanalyste anglais. Il a développé une théorie du développement fondée sur la relation mère-enfant. On lui doit notamment les concepts d'objet transitionnel et de désillusion. Il aurait dit : «Se cacher est un plaisir, mais ne pas être trouvé est une catastrophe». Analysé par Rivière et analyste de Balint. Collaborateur de Winnicott.
WINNICOTT, D.W. (1949). Hate in the counter-transference. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 30, 69-74.
WINNICOTT, D.W. (1953). Transitional objects and transitional phenomena : A study of the first not-me possession. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 34, 89-97
WINNICOTT, D.W. (1957/2002). L'enfant et sa famille. Paris : Payot.
WINNICOTT, D.W. (1960). The theory of the parent-infant relationship. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 41, 585-595.
WINNICOTT, D.W. (1975/89). De la pédiatrie à la psychanalyse. Paris : Payot.
 
SUTHERLAND, D (1980). The British object relations theorists : Balint, Winnicott, Fairbairn, Guntrip. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 28, 829-860. PHILLIPS, A (1988). Winnicott. London: Free Association.
EIGEN, M. (1981). The area of faith in Winnicott, Lacan and Bion. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 62, 413-433. GOLDMAN, D. (1993). In one's bones : The clinical genius of Winnicott. New York : Jason Aronson.
CLANCIER, A. & KALMANOVITCH, J. (1984). Winnicott and Paradox : From birth to creation. Paris : Peyot. REEVES, C. (1996). Transition and transience : Winnicott on leaving and dying. Journal of Child Psychothersapy, 22 (3), 444-455.
MODELL, A.H. (1985). The works of Winnicott and the evolution of his thought. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association 33, 113-137. OGDEN, T. (2000). Reading Winnicott. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 70, 299-323.
OGDEN, T. (1985). The mother, the infant and the matri : Interpretations of aspects of the work of Donald Winnicott. Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 21, 346-371. VANIER, A. (2001). Some remarks on adolescence with particular reference to Winnicott and Lacan. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 70, 579-597. [PDF]
DAVIS, M. (1987). the writing of D.W. Winnicott. Internaional Review of Psychoanalysis,14, 491-502. ABRAM, J. (2007). Donald Woods Winnicott Donald Woods 1896-1971 : A brief introduction. International Journal of Psychoanalysis.
Winocur/Winokur
Gordon Winocur Stephen Winokur
 
Winocur Gordon ( ) : Neurosychologue canadien et spécialiste de l'étude des amnésies et des lésions cérébrales. Collaborateur de Bindra, Gilboa, Nadel, Mosccovitch, Stuss et Weiskrantz.
WINOCUR, G. & MILLS, J.A. (1969). Effects of caudate lesions on avoidance behavior in rats. Journal of Comparative & Physiological Psychology, 68, 552-557.
WINOCUR, G. & BINDRA, D. (1976). Effects of additional cues on passive avoidance learning and extinction in rats with hippocampal lesions. Physiology & Behavior, 17, 915-20.
WINOCUR, G. & GILBERT, M. (1984). The hippocampus, context, and information processing. Behavioral & Neural Biology, 40, 27-43.
WINOCUR, G., MOSCOVITCH, M. & BONTEMPI, B. (2010). Memory formation and long-term retention in humans and animals : convergence towards a transformation account of hippocampal-neocortical interactions. Neuropsychologia, 48, 2339-2356.
WINOCUR, G. SEKERES, M.J., BINNS, M.A. & MOSCOVITCH, M. (2013). Hippocampal lesions produce both nongraded and temporally graded retrograde amnesia in the same rat. Hippocampus, 23, 330-241.
Winograd Terry (Maryland Étas-Unis 1946-) : Linguiste cognitiviste américain et mathématicien, spécialisé en cybernétique et en intelligence artificielle. Il est le créateur du programme SHRDLU, qui permet de communiquer avec un robot pour lui faire déplacer et empiler des blocs. Professeur de Nùnez.
WINOGRAD, T. (1972). Understanding natural language. Academic Press.
WINOGRAD, T. (1977). On some contested suppositions of generative linguistics about the scientific study of language. Cognition, 5, 151-179.
WINOGRAD, T. (1980). What does it mean to understand language ? Cognitive Science, 4 (3), 209-242.
WINOGRAD, T. (1983). Language as a cognitive process : Syntax. Addison-Wesley.
WINOGRAD, T. (1990). Thinking machines : Can there be? Are we ? In P.D. Wilks & Y. Wilks (Eds.), Foundations of artificial intelligence : A sourcebook (pp. 167-189). Cambridge, England : Cambridge University Press.
Winokur Stephen ( ) : Psychologue béhavioriste américain, spécialiste de l'étude du langage et des comportements verbaux. Étudiant de MacCorquodale.

RADNER M. & WINOKUR, S. (1970). Analyses of theories and methods of physic and psychology. Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press.
WINOKUR, S. (1971). Skinner's theory of behavior : An examination of B.F. Skinner's "Contingencies of reinforcement" : A theoretical analysis. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 15 (2), 253-259. [PDF]
WINOKUR, S. (1976). A primer of verbal behavior : An operant view. Englewood Cliffs, NJ : Prentice-Hall.
BOE, R. & WINOKUR, S. (1978). A procedure for studying echoic control in verbal behavior. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 30 (2), 213-217.
Winsler Adam ( ) : Psychologue américain et spécialiste de l'étude du développement, notamment du soliloque chez l'enfant.
WINSLER, A. DIAZ, R.M. & MONTERO, I. (1997). The role of private speech in the transition from collaborative to independent task performance in young children. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 12, 59-79. [PDF]
WINSLER, A., DIAZ, R.M., McCARTHY, E.M., TENCIO, D. & ADAMS-CHABAY, L. (1999). Mother-child interaction, private speech, and task performance in preschool children with behavior problems. Journal of Child Psychology & Psychiatry & Allied Disciplines, 40, 891-904.
WINSLER, A., DIAZ, R.M., ATENCIO, D., McCARTHY, E.M. & ADAMS-CHABAY, L. (2000). Verbal self-regulation over time in preschool children at-risk for attention and behavior problems. Journal of Child Psychology & Psychiatry & Allied Disciplines, 41, 875-886.
WINSLER, A., NAGLIERI, J.A. & MANFRA, L. (2006). Children's search strategies and accompanying verbal and motor strategic behavior : Developmental trends and relations with task performance among children age 5 to 17. Cognitive Development, 21, 232-248.
WINSLER, A., KARKHANIS, D.G., KIM, Y.K. & LEVITT, J. (2013). Being Black, male, and gifted in Miami : Prevalence and predictors of placement in elementary school gifted education programs. Urban Review, 45, 416-447.
Winter David Garret ( ) : Psychologue américain et spécialiste de la personnalité et du leadership, notamment en politique. Collaborateur de McClelland et John.
WINTER, D.G., HERMANN, M.G., WEINTRAUB, W., & WALKER, S.G. (1991a). The personalities of Bush and Gorbachev measured at a distance : Follow-up on predictions. Political Psychology, 12, 457-464.
WINTER, D.G., JOHN, O.P., STEWART, A.J., KLOHNEN, E. & DUNCAN, L.E. (1998). Traits and motives: Toward an integration of two traditions in personality research. Psychological Review, 105, (2), 230-250.
WINTER, D.G. (1998). A motivational analysis of the Clinton first term and the 1996 presidential campaign. Leadership Quarterly, 9, 367--376.
WINTER, D.G. (2001). Measuring Bush's motives. ISPP News: International Society of Political Psychology, 12 (1), 9.
WINTER, D.G. (2005). Things I've learned about personality from studying political leaders at a distance. Journal of Personality, 73, 557-584. [PDF]
WIREs Cognitive Science : Revue scientifique multidisciplinaire. = Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews : Cognitive Science Éditeur : Wiley.
GOLDSTONE, R.L. & HENDRICKSON, A.T. (2009). Categorical perception. WIREs Cognitive Science, 1, 65-78. [PDF]

Wirtz Philip W. ( ) : Psychologue américain et spécialiste de l'étude des victimes.
WIRTZ, P.W. & HARRELL, A.V. (1987). Assaultive versus nonassaultive victimization : A profile analysis of psychological response. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 2, 264-277.
WIRTZ, P.W. & HARRELL, A.V. (1987). Victim and crime characteristics, victimization. Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology, 55, 866-871.
WIRTZ, P.W. & HARRELL, A.V. (1987). Police and victims of physical assault. Criminal Justice & Behavior, 14, 881-910.
WIRTZ, P.W. & HARRELL, A.V. (1987). Effects of postassault exposure to attack-similar stimuli on long-term recovery of victims. Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology, 55, 10-16.
WIRTZ, P.W. & HARRELL, A.V. (1987). The effects of threatening versus nonthreatening previous life events on levels of fear in rape victims. Violence & Victims, 2 (2), 89-98.
WISC : Test inventé en 1949 par Weschler pour mesurer l'intelligence des enfants de 6 ans à 16 ans et 9 mois. Moyenne du test = 100 : Ecart-Type = 15. Wechsler Intelligence Scales for Children.

  KAUFMAN, A.S. (1979). Intelligent testing with the WISC-R. New York : Wiley. KAUFMAN, A.S. (1994). Intelligent testing with the WISC-III. New York : John Wiley & Sons.
TABACHNICK, B.G. (1979). Test scatter on the WISC-R. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 12 (9), 626-628. WILKINSON, S. (1993). WISC-R profiles of children with superior intellectual ability. Gifted Child Quarterly, 37, 84-91.
WERSH, J. & BRIÈRE, J. (1981). WISC-R variability in normal Canadian children and its relationship to sex, age, and I.Q. Canadian Journal of Behavioral Science, 76-80. [PDF] WATKINS, M.W., KUSH, J.C. & GLUTTING, J.J. (1997). Discriminant and predictive validity of the WISC-III acid profile among children with learning disabilities. Psychology in the Schools, 34, 309-319.
VANCE, B., HANKINS, N. & BROWN, W. (1986). The Relationship among the Test of Nonverbal Intelligence, Ammons' Quick Test, and Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-Revised. Assessment for Effectice Intervention, 12 (1), 47-52.  
SILVER, S. & CLAMPIT, M. (1990). WISC-R profiles of high ability children: Interpretation of verbal-performance discrepancies. Gifted Child Quarterly, 34, 76-79. WATKINS, M.W. & GLUTTING, J.J. (2000). Incremental validity of WISC-III profile elevation, scatter, and shape information for predicting reading and math achievement. Psychological Assessment, 12, 402-408.
MUELLER, H., DASH, U., MATHESON, D. & SHORT, R. (1984). WISC-R subtest patterning of below average, average and above average IQ children: A recta-analysis. Alberta Journal of Educational Research, 30, 68-85.  
Voir aussi WAIS et Intelligence
 Wisconsin Card Sorting Test (WCST) : Test neuropsychologique élaboré par Grant et Berg (1948). Il s'agit d'un jeu de 128 cartes qui présentent des formes que l'on peut classer ou associer selon la couleur, la forme ou le nombre.
  GRANT, D.A. & BERG, E. (1948). A behavioral analysis of degree of reinforcement and ease of shifting to new responses in Weigl-type card-sorting problem. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 38, 404-411. SMITH-SEEMILLER, L., ARFFA, S. & FRANZEN, M.D (2001). Use of Wisconsin Card Sorting Test short forms with scholl-age children. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 16, 489-499.
HEATON, R.K. (1981). A manual for the Wisconsin Card Sorting Test. Psychological Assessment Resources, Odessa, FL. LAVOIE, K. & EVERETT, J. (2001). Schizophrénie et performance au Wisconsin Card Sorting Test. L'encéphale, 27, 444-449.
  HARTMAN, M., BOLTON, E. & FEHNEL, S.E. (2001). Accounting for age differences on the Wisconsin Card Sorting Test : decreased working memory, not inflexibility. Psychology & Aging, 16, (3), 385-399.
  WANG, L., KAKIGI, R. & HOSHIYAMA, M. (2001). Neural activities during Wisconsin Card Sorting Test - MEG observation. Brain Research : Cognitive Brain Research, 12, 19-31.
GRAFMAN, J., JONES, B. & SALAZAR, A. (1990). Wisconsin Card Sorting Test performance based on location and size of neuroanatomical lesion in Vietnam veterans with penetrating head injury. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 71, 1120-1122. MONCHI, O., PETRIDES, M., PETRE, V., WORSLEY, K. & DAGHER, A. (2001). Wisconsin card sorting revisited : Distinct neural circuits participating in different stages of the task identified by event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging. The Journal of Neuroscience, 21 (19), 7733-7741.
  STUSS, D.T., LEVINE, B., ALEXANDER, M.P., HONG, J., PALUMBO, C., HAMER, L. MURPHY, K. & IZUKAWA, D. (2000). Wisconsin card sorting test performance in patients with focal frontal and posterior brain damage: Effects of lesion location and test structure on separable cognitive processes. Neuropsychologia, 38, 388-402.
ARNETT, P.A., RAO, S.M., BERNARDIN, L., GRAFMAN, J., YETKIN, F.Z. & LOBECK, L. (1994). Relationship between frontal lobe lesions and Wisconsin Card Sorting Test performance in patients with multiple sclerosis. Neurology, 44 (3), 420-425. DEMAKIS, G.J. (2003). A meta-analytic review of the sensitivity of the Wisconsin Card Sorting Test to frontal and lateralized frontal brain damage. Neuropsychology 17, 255-264.
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Wise Roy A. ( ) : Neuropsychologue américain et spécialiste de la dépendance et de la motivation. Il s'intéresse notamment au circuit de la récompense/renforcement. Étudiant de Bindra.
WISE, R.A. (1987). Sensorimotor modulation and the variable action pattern (VAP) : Toward a noncircular definition of drive and motivation. Psychobiology, 15, 7-20.
WISE, R.A. (1996). Neurobiology of addiction. Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 6, 243-251. [PDF]
WISE, R.A. (2002). Brain reward circuitry : Insights from unsensed incentives. Neuron, 36, 229-240. [PDF]
WISE, R.A. (2006). Role of brain dopamine in food reward and reinforcement. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B : Biological Sciences, 361, 1149-1158. [PDF]
WISE, R.A. (2009). Roles for nigrostriatal--not just mesocorticolimbic--dopamine in reward and addiction. Trends in Neurosciences, 32 (10), 517-524. [PDF]
Wiseman Richard ( ) : Psychologue, parapsychologue et magicien anglais, spécialisé dans l'étude des croyances ésotériques et des phénomènes paranormaux. Collaborateur de Lamont et Watt.
WISEMAN, R., BELOFF J. & MORRIS, R.L. (1992). Testing the ESP claims of SORRAT. Journal of the Society for Psychical Research, 58 (829), 363-377.
WISEMAN, R. & MORRIS, R.L. (1995). Recalling pseudo-psychic demonstrations. British Journal of Psychology, 86, 113-125. [PDF]
WISEMAN, R. & LAMONT, P. (1996). Unravelling the rope trick. Nature, 383, 212-13.
WISEMAN, R. & GREENING, E. (2002). The mind machine : A mass participation experiment into the possible existence of extrasensory perception. The British Journal of Psychology, 93, 487-499. [PDF]
WISEMAN, R. & WATT, C. (2006). Belief in psychic ability and the misattribution hypothesis : A qualitative review. British Journal of Psychology, 97, 323-338. [PDF]
Wissler Clark (1870-1947) : Anthropologue américain. Étudiant de Cattell.
 
 
 
Wister : Variété de rat utilisée dans les recherches expérimentales. Wister rat.
  CHERIAN S.B., BAIRY, K.L. & RAO, M.S. (2009). Chronic prenatal restraint stress induced memory impairment in passive avoidance task in post weaned male and female Wistar rats. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology, 47, 893-899.
Witkin Herman A. (1916-1979) : Psychologue américain. Il a étudié les styles cognitifs. Il est aussi l'inventeur du Rod-and-Frame Test et du Embedded Figures Test, des tests psychologiques qui permettent d'évaluer les styles cognitifs.

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WITKIN, H.A. (1942). Hypotheses' in rats : An experimental critique. III. Summary evaluation of the hypotheses concept. Psychological Review, 49 (6), 541-568.
WITKIN, H.A., LEWIS, H.B., HERTZMAN, M., MANCHOVER, K., MEISSNER, P.B. & WAPNER, S. (1954). Personality through perception. New York : Harper.
WITKIN, H.A., DYK, R., FATERSON, H., GOODENOUGH, D.R. & KARP, S. (1962/1974). Psychological differentiation : Studies of development. New York : Wiley/Potomac, MD : Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
WITKIN, H.A., MOORE, C.A., GOODENOUGH, D.R. & COX, P.W. (1977). Field dependent and field independent cognitive styles and their educational implications. Review of Educational Research, 47, 1-64.
WITKIN, H.A. & GOODENOUGH, D.R. (1979). Cognitive styles : essence and origins. Psychological Issues, Monograph 51.
 
MESSICK, S. (1980). Obituary : Herman A. Witkin (1916-1979). American Psychologist, 35 (1), 99-100.
Witmer Lightner (Philadelphie 1867-1959 Bryn Mawr) : Psychologue structuraliste américain. Aux États-Unis, il a mis sur pied la première clinique psychologique (en 1896). Certains historiens des sciences le considèrent comme le père de cette forme de psychologie (d'autres considèrent qu'il s'agit plutôt de Freud). Il a d'ailleurs popularisé le terme psychologie clinique. Il est également l'un des membres fondateur de l'American Psychological Association. Étudiant de Wundt. Professeur de Viteles.
WITMER, L. (1907). Clinical psychology. Psychological Clinic, 1, 1-9.
WITMER, L. (1913). Children with mental defects distinguished from mentally defective children. Psychological Clinic, 7, 173-181.
WITMER, L. (1922). Intelligence; A definition. Psychological Clinic, 14, 65-67.
WITMER, L. (1932). Studies in maternal over-protection and rejection. Smith College Studies in Social Work, 2, 181-187.
WITMER, L., LEACH, J. & RICHMIAN, E. (1938). The outcome of treatment of children rejected by their mothers. Smith College Studies in Social Work, 8, 187-234.
 
ROUTH, D.K. (1996). Lightner Witmer and the first 100 years of clinical psychology. American Psychologist, 51 (3), 244-247.
McREYNOLDS, P. (1997). Lightner witmer : His life and times. American Psychological Association.
Witt/Witts
Jessica Witt Benjamin N. Witts
Paul L. Witt  
 
Witt Jessica K. ( ) : Psychologue cognitive américaine et spécialiste de l'étude de la perception. Collaboratrice de Proffitt.
WITT, J.K., PROFFITT, D.R. & EPSTEIN, W. (2004). Perceiving distance : A role of effort and intent. Perception, 33, 570-590.
WITT, J.K., PROFFITT, D.R. & EPSTEIN, W. (2010). When and how are spatial perceptions scaled ? Journal of Experimental Psychology : Human Perception & Performance, 36, 1153-1160.
WITT, J.K., SCHUCK, D.M. & TAYLOR, J.E.T. (2011). Action-specific effects underwater. Perception, 40, 530-537.
WITT, J.K. & SUGOVIC, M. (2012). Does ease to block a ball affect perceived ball speed ? Examination of alternative hypotheses. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Human Perception & Performance, 38 (5), 1202-1210.
WITT, J.K., SUGOVIC, M. & DODD, M.D. (2016). Action-specific perception of speed is independent of attention. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 78 (3), 880-890.
Witt Paul L. ( ) : Spécialiste américain de l'éducation et de la communication. Il s'intéresse notamment à la convivialité des enseignants. Étudiant de Wheeless. Collaborateur de Schrodt.
WITT, P.L. & WHEELESS, L.R. (2001). An experimental study of teachers' verbal and nonverbal immediacy and students' affective and cognitive learning. Communication Education, 50, 327-342.
WITT, P.L. (2003). Enhancing classroom courses with Internet technology : Are course web sites worth the trouble ? Community College Journal of Research & Practice, 27, 429-438.
WITT, P.L., WHEELESS, L.R. & ALLEN, M. (2004). A meta-analytical review of the relationship between teacher immediacy and student learning. Communication Monographs, 71 (2), 184-207.
WITT, P. & SCHRODT, P. (2006). The influence of instructional technology use and teacher immediacy on student affect for teacher and course. Communication Reports, 19, 1-15.
WITT, P.L. & SCHRODT, P. & TURMAN, P. (2010). Instructor Immediacy : Creating connections conducive to classroom learning. In D.L. Fassett & J.T. Warren (Eds.), The Sage handbook of communication and instruction (pp. 201-219). Thousand Oaks, CA : Sage.
Wittenbrink Brend ( ) : Psychosociologue américain, spécialisé dans l'étude des stéréotypes. Collaborateur de Correll, Judd, Krosnick et Park.
WITTENBRINK, B. & HENLY, J.R. (1996). Creating social reality : Informational social influence and the content of stereotypic beliefs. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin, 22, 598-610. [PDF]
WITTENBRINK, B., GIST, P.L. & HILTON, J.L. (1997). Structural properties of stereotypic knowledge and their influences on the construal of social situations. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 72, 526-543. [PDF]
WITTENBRINK, B., HILTON, J.L. & GIST, P.L. (1998). In search of similarity : Stereotypes as naive theories in social categorization. Social Cognition, 16, 31-55. [PDF]
WITTENBRINK, B., JUDD, C.M. & PARK, B. (2001). Evaluative versus conceptual judgments in automatic attitude activation. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 37, 244-252. [PDF]
WITTENBRINK, B. (2004). Ordinary forms of prejudice. Psychological Inquiry, 15, 306-310. [PDF]
Wittchen H.U. ( ) : Psychologue américain, spécialisé dans l'étude de l'anxiété et du trouble anxieux. Collaborateur de Kessler.
WITTCHEN, H.U., ZHAO, S., KESSLER, R.C., EATON, W.W. (1994). DSM-III-Rg generalize anxiety disorder in the national comorbidity survey. Archives of General Psychiatry, 51, 355-364.
WITTCHEN, H.U., KESSLER, R.C., PFISTER, H. & LIEB, M. (2000). Why do people with anxiety disorders become depressed ? A prospective-longitudinal community study. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 406, 14-23.
WITTCHEN, H.U. & HOYER, J. (2001). Generalized Anxiety Disorder: a depression risk factor ? International Jounal of Methods in Psychiatric Research, 10, 52-57.
WITTCHEN, H.U., HOYER, J. (2001). Generalized anxiety disorder : Nature and cours. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 62 (11), 15-21.
WITTCHEN, H.U., JACOBI, F., REHM, J., GUSTAVSSON, A., SVENSSON, M., JÖNSSON, B., OLESEN, J., ALLGULANDER, C., ALONSO, J., FARAVELLI, C., FRATIGLIONI, L., JENNUM, P., LIEB, R., MAERCKER, A., VAN OS, J., PREISIG, M., SALVADOR-CARULLA, L., SIMON, R. & STEINHAUSEN, H.C. (2011). The size and burden of mental disorders and other disorders of the brain in Europe 2010. Neuropsychopharmacology, 21 (9), 655-679.
Wittgenstein Ludwig (Vienne 1889-1951 Cambridge) : Philosophe allemand et chef de file de la philosophie du langage.
WITTGENSTEIN, L. (1953). Philosophical investigations. New York : Macmillan.
WITTGENSTEIN, L. (1961). Tractatus logico-philosophicus. London : Routledge and Kegan Paul.
WITTGENSTEIN, L. (1965). A lecture on ethics. The Philosophical Review 74, 3-12.
WITTGENSTEIN, L. (1969). The blue and brown books. Oxford : Basil Blackwell.
WITTGENSTEIN, L. (1979). On certainty. In G.E.M. Anscombe & G.H. Von Wright (Eds.). Oxford : Basil Blackwell.
 
CHIHARA, C.S. & FODOR, J.A. (1965). Operationalism and ordinary language : A critique of Wittgenstein. American Philosophical Quarterly, 2, 281-295. LURIE, Y. (1989). Wittgenstein on culture and civilization. Inquiry, 32, 375-397.
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HACKING, I. (1984). Wittgenstein rules. Social Studies of Science, 14, 469-476. KLAGGE, J.C. (1999). Wittgenstein on non-mediative causality. Journal of the History of Philosophy, 37, 653-667
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KLAGGE, J.C. (1989). Wittgenstein and neuroscience. Synthese 78, 319-343. PRINZ, J. (2011). Wittgenstein and the neuroscience of the self. American Philosophical Quarterly, 48, 147-160.
Wittig
Monique Wittig Roman M. Wittig
 
Wittig Monique ( ) : Écrivaine, essayiste et féministe française.
WITTIG, M. (1980). La pensée straight. Questions Féministes, 7.
WITTIG, M. (1980). On ne naît pas femme. Questions Féministes, 8.
WITTIG, M. (1980). The straight mind. Feminist Issues, 1 (1), 103-111.
WITTIG, M. (1998). À propos du contrat social. Dans D. Eribon (Dir.), Les études gay et lesbiennes. (p. 57-64). Paris : Centre Georges Pompidou.
WITTIG, M. (1992/2001). La pensée straight / The straight mind and other esssays. Paris : Balland/Boston : Beacon Press.
Wittig Roman M. ( ) : Primatologue roumain, spécialisé dans l'étude des babouins. Étudiant de Boesch. Collaborateur de Cheney, Seyfarth, Silk et Whiten.
WITTIG, R.M. & BOESCH, C. (2003). Food competition and linear dominance hierarchy among female chimpanzees of the Taï National Park. International Journal of Primatology, 24, 847-867. [PDF]
WITTIG, R.M. & BOESCH, C. (2003). The choice of post-conflict interactions in wild chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). Behaviour, 140, 1527-1559. [PDF]
WITTIG, R.M. & BOESCH, C. (2003). "Decision-making" in conflicts of wild chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) : an extension of the relational model. Behavioral Ecology & Sociobiology, 54 (5), 491-504. [PDF]
WITTIG, R.M., CROCKFORD, C., SEYFARTH, R.M. & CHENEY, D.L. (2007). Vocal support in Chacma baboons (Papio hamadryas ursinus). Behavioral Ecology & Sociobiology, 61, 899-909. [PDF]
WITTIG, R.M., CROCKFORD, C., LEHMANN, J., WHITTEN, P.L., SEYFARTH, R.M. & CHENEY, D.L. (2008). Focused grooming networks and stress alleviation in wild female baboons. Hormones & Behavior, 54, 170-177. [PDF]
Wittman Blanche : Patiente hypnotisée par Charcot (1887). = La reine des hystériques.
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Wittrock Merlin C. (1931-2007) : Spécialiste américain de l'éducation.
WITTROCK, M.C. (1974). A generative model of mathematics learning. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, 5, 181-1 97.
WITTROCK, M.C. & CARTER, J. (1975). Generative processing of hierarchically organized words. American Journal of Psychology, 88, 489-501.
WITTROCK, M.C. (1980). Learning and the brain. In M. C. Wittrock (Ed.), The brain and psychology (pp. 371-403). New York : Academic
WITTROCK, M.C. (1990). Generative processes of comprehension. Educational Psychologist, 24, 345-376.
WITTROCK, M.C. (1991). Generative teaching of comprehension. Elementary School Journal, 92, 167-182.
Witts Benjamin N. ( ) : Psychologue béhavioriste américain et spécialiste de l'étude du jeu de hasard. Collaborateur de Ghezzi.
WITTS, B.N. (2013). Cumulative frequencies of behavior analytic journal publications related to human research on gambling. Analysis of Gambling Behavior, 7, 59-65.
WITTS, B.N., LOUDERMILK, K. & KOSEL, D. (2014). Adult samples suggest slot machine and casino characteristics are possible sources for investigating the illusion of control. Analysis of Gambling Behavior, 8, 79-85.
WITTS, B.N. & HARRI-DENNIS, E. (2015). Free-operant research in the experimental analysis of human slot machine gambling. Analysis of Gambling Behavior, 9, 59-70.
WITTS, B.N. GHEZZI, P. M. & MANSON, M. (2015). Simultaneously observing concurrently available schedules as a means to study the near miss event in simulated slot machine gambling. The Psychological Record, 65, 115-129.
WITTS, B.N. (2016). Initial Selection between simulated slot machines is allocated toward Slot Machines with a Preferred eme: A Brief Report. Analysis of Gambling Behavior, 10 [2] [PDF]
WITTS, B.N., RZESZUTEK, M.J. & DAHLBERG, K. (2016). Reel outcomes as discriminative stimuli : A case for reporting single subject data. Analysis of Gambling Behavior, 10 [3] [PDF]
Wixted John T. ( ) : Psychologue cognitif américain et spécialiste de l'étude de l'oubli. Collaborateur de Bellack, Fantino, Mcdowell, Pashler, Roediger, Squire et Williams.
WIXTED, J.T. (1989). Nonhuman short-term memory : A quantitative reanalysis of selected findings. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 52, 409-426. [PDF]
WIXTED, J.T. & EBBESEN, E. (1991). On the form of forgetting. Psychological Science, 2, 409-415. [PDF]
WIXTED, J.T. (2005). A theory about why we forget what we once knew. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 14, 6-9. [PDF]
WIXTED, J.T. (2007). Dual-process theory and signal-detection theory of recognition memory. Psychological Review, 114 (1), 152-176. [PDF]
WIXTED, J.T. & MICKES, L. (2013). On the relationship between fMRI and theories of cognition : The arrow points in both directions. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 8, 104-107. [PDF]
WOLF - WOLPE - WOOD - WOODRUFF - WOODWORTH - WOOLEY/WOOLLEY - WRANGHAM - WRIGHT - WUNDT - WURTMAN - WY
Wohl Michael J.A. ( ) : Psychologue anglais et spécialiste de l'étude du jeu compulsif, de la perception de la chance et du jeu de hasard. Collaborateur de Derevensky et Wood.
WOHL, M.J.A. & ENZLE, M.E. (2002). The deployment of personal luck : Illusory control in games of pure chance. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin, 28, 1388-1397.
WOHL, M.J.A. & ENZLE, M.E. (2003). The effects of near wins and losses on self-perceived personal luck and subsequent gambling behavior. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 39, 184-191.
WOHL, M.J.A., CHRISTIE, K.L., MATHESON, K. & ANISMAN, H. (2010). Animation-based education as a gambling prevention tool : correcting erroneous cognitions and reducing the frequency of exceeding limits among slots players. Journal of Gambling Studies, 26, 469-486.
WOHL, M.J.A., KIM, H.S. & SZTAINERT, T. (2014). From the laboratory to the casino : Using psychological principles to design better responsible gambling tools. Responsible Gambling Review, 1, 16-26.
WOHL, M.J.A., PARUSH, A., KIM, H.S. & WARREN, K. (2014). Building it better : applying human computer interactions and persuasive design principles to a monetary limit tool improves responsible gambling. Computers in Human Behavior, 37, 124-132.
Wöhler Friedrich (Escherheim/Frankfurt 1800-1882 Göttingen) : Physiologiste allemand. Professeur de Kühne et Weismann.
 
 
 
 
 
Wojciszke Bogdan ( ) : Psychosociologue américain, d'origine polonaise, spécialisé dans l'étude de la morale et de l'éthique.
WOJCISZKE, B., BAZINSKA, R. & JAWORSKI, M. (1998). On the dominance of moral categories in impression formation. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin, 24, 1245-1257.
WOJCISZKE, B. (2005). Morality and competence in person and self-perception. European Review of Social Psychology, 16, 155-188. [PDF]
WOJCISZKE, B. & DOWHYLUK, M. (2006). Immorality of success : When legitimization does not work. Polish Psychological Bulletin, 37, 213-220.
WOJCISZKE, B. & STRUZYNSKA-KUJALOWICZ, A. (2007). Power influences self-esteem. Social Cognition, 25, 510-532. [PDF]
WOJCISZKE, B., ABELLE, A.E. & BARYLA, W. (2009). Two dimensions of interpersonal attitudes : Liking depends on communion, respect depends on agency. European Journal of Social Psychology, 39, 973-990. [PDF]
Wolcott H.F. ( ) : Spécialiste des méthodes qualitatives.

WOLCOTT, H.F. (1990). Writing up qualitative research. Thousand Oaks, CA : Sage.
WOLCOTT, H.F. (1992). Posturing in qualitative inquiry. In M.D. Lecompte, W.L. Millroy & J. Preissle (Eds.), The handbook of qualitative research in education. Orlando, FL : Academic Press.
WOLCOTT, H.F. (1994). Transforming qualitative data : Description, analysis, and interpretation. Thousand Oaks, CA : Sage.
WOLCOTT, H.F. (1995). The art of fieldwork. Walnut Creek, CA : Altamira.
WOLCOTT, H.F. (1973). The man in the principal's office. New York : Holt, Rinehart & Winston.
Wolf/Wolfe/Wolff
Montrose Madison Wolf Harry Kirke Wolfe Christian Wolff
Naomi Wolf Jeremy Wolfe Ulrika Wolff
  John Bascom Wolfe Gabriele Wulf
 
Wolf Montrose Madison (Houston 1935-2004) : Psychologue béhavioriste américain, spécialisé dans l'étude de l'attention comme renforcement social. Avec Staats, il a inventé e technique de modification du comportement que l'on nomme le retrait de la situation (time-out). Il est aussi le co-fondateur de Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis (1968). Étudiant de Goldiamond, Meyerson, Michael et Staats. Collaborateur de Baer, Bailey, Bijou, Birnbrauer, Hall et Risley.
WOLF, M.M., RISLEY, T.R. & MEES, H. (1964). Application of operant conditioning procedures to the behavioural problems of an autistic child. Behaviour Research & Therapy, 1, 305-312.
WOLF, M.M., RISLEY, T.R., JOHNSTON, M., HARRIS, F. & ALLEN, E. (1967). Application of operant conditioning procedures to the behavior problems of an autistic child : A follow-up and extension. Behaviour Research & Therapy, 5, 103-111.
WOLF, M.M. (1978). Social validity : The case for subjective measurement, or how applied behavior analysis is finding its heart. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 11 (2), 203-214. [PDF]
WOLF, M.M., GILES, D. & HALL, R.V. (1968). Experiments with token reinforcement in a remedial classroom. Behaviour Research & Therapy, 6, 51-64.
WOLF, M.M., KIRIGIN, K.A, FIXSEN, D.L, BLASÉ, K.A. & BRAUKMANN, C.J. (1995). The teaching family model : A case study in data-based program development and refinement (and dragon wrestling). Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, 15, 11-68.
 
SHERMAN, J.A. (2004). In memory of Montrose Madison Wolf. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 37 (4), 555-556. [PDF]
RISLEY, T.R. (2005). Montrose M. Wolf (1935-2004). Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 38 (2), 279-287. [PDF]
RISLEY, T.R. (2005). Montrose M. Wolf (1935-2004) : Obituary. American Psychologist, 61 (1), 73.
Wolf Naomi (1962-) : Féministe et auteure américaine.
WOLF, N. (1991). The beauty myth : How images of beauty are used against women. New York : William Morrow.
 
 
 
 
 
Wolfe Harry Kirke (Bloomington 1858-1918) : Psychologue américain et pionnier de l'étude du développement des enfants. Il est l'un des membres fondateur de l'American Psychological Association. Étudiant de Wundt. Professeur de Pillsbury.
 
 
 
BENJAMIN, L.T. (1991). Harry Kirke Wolfe : Pioneer in psychology. Lincoln, NE : University of Nebraska Press.
Wolfe Jeremy ( ) : Neurosychologue américain, spécialiste de l'étude la vision et de la recherche visuelle.
 WOLFE, J.M., KLEMPEN, N. & SHULMAN, E. (1999). Which end is up ? Two representations of orientation in visual search. Vision Research, 39 (12), 2075-2086. [PDF]
 WOLFE, J.M., BUTCHER, S.J., LEE, C. & HYLE, M. (2003). Changing your mind : On the contributions of top-down and bottom-up guidance in visual search for feature singletons. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Human Perception & Performance, 29, 483-502. [PDF]
 WOLFE, J.M., HOROWITZ, T.S. & KENNER, N. (2005). Rare items often missed in visual searches. Nature, 43, 5439-440. [PDF]
 WOLFE, J.M., HOROWITZ, T.S. & MICHOD, K.O. (2007). Is visual attention required for robust picture memory ? Vision Research, 47, 955-964. [PDF]
 WOLFE, J.M. & KUZMOVA, Y. (2011). How many pixels make a memory ? Picture memory for small pictures. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 18 (3), 469-475. [PDF]
Wolfe John Bascom (1904-1988) : Psychologue américain et pionnier de l'étude de l'économie de jetons, notamment chez le chimpanze et le rat.

WOLFE, J.B. (1934). The effect of delayed reward upon learning in the white rat. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 17 (1), 1-21.
WOLFE, J.B. & SPRAGG, S.D.S. (1934). Some experimental tests of "reasoning" in white rats. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 18 (3), 455-469.
WOLFE, J.B. (1936). Effectiveness of token-rewards for chimpanzees. Comparative Psychology Monographs, 12, 1-72.
WOLFE, J.B. (1939). An exploratory study of food-storing in rats. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 28, 97-108.
WOLFE, J.B. & KAPLON, M. (1941). Effect of amount of reward and consummative activity on learning in chickens. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 31, 353-361.
 
Wolff Christian (Breslau 1679-1754 Halle) : Philosophe allemand. Il est considéré par plusieurs historiens des sciences comme l'un des promoteurs du mot psychologie et de la distinction entre psychologie empirique et psychologie rationnelle. = Christian von Wolfius. Disciple de Leibnitz.
 WOLFF, C. (1723). Rational thoughts on the operations of nature. Halle.
 WOLFF, C. (1732). Empirical psychology. Frankfurt and Leipzig.
 WOLFF, C. (1734). Rational psychology. Frankfurt and Leipzig.
 
 
 
Wolff Ulrika ( ) : Spécialiste suédoise de l'éducation, spécialisée dans l'étude de la dyslexie.

WOLFF, U. & LUNDBERG, I. (2002). The prevalence of dyslexia among art students. Dyslexia, 8, 34-42.
WOLFF, U. & LUNDBERG, I. (2003). A technique for group screening of dyslexia among adults. Annals of Dyslexia, 53, 324-339.
WOLFF, U. (2009). Phonological and surface subtypes among university students with dyslexia. International Journal of Disability, Development & Education, 56, 73-91.
WOLFF, U. (2014). Reviewed RAN as a predictor of reading skills, and vice versa : results from a randomised reading intervention. Annals of Dyslexia, 64 (2), 151-165.
WOLFF, U. & GUSTAFSSON, J.-E. (2015). Structure of phonological ability at age four. Intelligence, 53, 108-117.
Wolfowitz Jacob (Warsaw Russie [aujourd'hui la Pologne] 1910-1981 Tampa) : Mathématicien et statisticien américain, d'origine russe, spécialisé dans la statistique non-paramétrique. Il a inventé un test qui porte son nom (Test de Wald-Wolfowitz). Professeur de Levene. Collaborateur de Wald.
WALD, A. & WOLFOWITZ, J. (1940). On a test whether two samples are from the same population. Annals of Mathematical Statistics, 11 (2), 147-162.
WALD, A. & WOLFOWITZ, J. (1951). Two methods of randomization in statistics and the theory of games. The Annals of Mathematics, 53 (3), 581-86.
WEISS, L. & WOLFOWITZ, J. (1967). Maximum probability estimators. Annals of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics, 19 (2), 193-206.
WOLFOWITZ, J. (1975). Signaling over a Gaussian channel with feedback and autoregressive noise. Journal of Applied Probability, 12 (4), 713-723.
WOLFOWITZ, J. (1978). Coding theorems of information theory. New York : Springer-Verlag.
Wolpe Joseph (Johannesburg 1915-1997 Los angeles) : Psychiatre clinicien anglais et figure de proue de la perspective béhavioriste. Il a développé le concept d'inhibition réciproque. Certains historiens des sciences le considèrent comme le père de la thérapie béhaviorale. (Thérapie par désensibilisation systématique). Collaborateur de Lazarus, McNally et Rachman.

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WOLPE, J. (1952). Experimental neuroses as learned behavior. British Journal of Psychology, 43, 243-268.
WOLPE, J. (1954). Reciprocal inhibition as the main basis of psychotherapeutic effects. Archives of Neurology & Psychiatry, 72, 205-226.
WOLPE, J. (1963). Quantitative relationships in the systematic desensitization of phobia. American Journal of Psychiatry, 119, 1062-1063.
WOLPE, J. (1968). Psychotherapy by reciprocal inhibition. Conditional Reflex, 3 (4), 234-240.
WOLPE, J. & ROWAN, V. C. (1988). Panic disorder : A product of classical conditioning. Behaviour Research & Therapy, 26, 441-450.
 
RACHMAN, S. (2000). Joseph Wolpe (1915-1997) : Obituary. American Psychologist, 55 (4), 431-432.
Wolraich Mark L. ( ) : Médecin américain et spécialiste de l'étude du trouble d'attention avec ou sans hyperactivité.
WOLRAICH, M.L. (1977). Stimulant drug therapy in hyper-active children : Research and clinical implications. Pediatrics, 60, 512-518.
WOLRAICH, M.L., WILSON, D.B & WHITE, J.W. (1995). The effect of sugar on behavior or cognition in children. A meta-analysis. Journal of Americain Medical Association, 274 (20), 1617-1621.
WOLRAICH, M.L., FEURER, I.D., BAUMGAERTEL, A. & PINNOCK, T.Y. (1998). Obtaining systematic teacher reports of disruptive behavior disorders utilizing DSM-IV. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 26 (2), 141-152.
WOLRAICH, M.L., LAMBERT, E., DOFFING, M.A., BICKMAN, L., SIMMONS, T. & WORLEY, K. (2003). Psychometric properties of the Vanderbilt ADHD diagnostic Parent Rating Scale in a referred population. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 28 (8), 559-568. [PDF]
WOLRAICH, M.L. (2006). Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder : Can It be recognized and treated in children younger than 5 years ? Infants & Young Children, 19 (2), 86-93. [PDF]
Women : A Cultural Review : Revue scientifique multidisciplinaire qui consacre ses pages à l'étude des femmes. Éditeur : Routledge.

Women & Health : Revue scientifique multidisciplinaire qui consacre ses pages à l'étude des femmes. Éditeur : Routledge.
ELLIS, E. M., ALHOUN, K.S. & ATKENSON, B.M. (1980). Sexual dysfunction in victims of rape. Women & Health, 5, 39-47.

Women & Performance : A Journal of Feminist Theory : Revue scientifique et féministe qui consacre ses pages à l'étude des femmes. Éditeur : Routledge.

 


Women & Therapy : Revue scientifique multidisciplinaire qui consacre ses pages à l'étude des femmes et des thérapies qui leur sont offertes. Éditeur : Hayworth Press.
 

Women's Studies : Revue scientifique multidisciplinaire qui consacre ses pages à l'étude des femmes. Éditeur : Routledge.
 

Wood/Woods
Justin N. Wood Robert Wood Douglas W. Woods
Richard T.A. Wood Wendy Wood James H. Woods
David L. Woods Steven Paul Wooods
 
Wood Justin N. ( ) : Neuropsychologue américain et spécialiste de l'étude de la mémoire visuelle. Collaborateur de Hauser et Spelke.
WOOD, J.N. & SPELKE, E.S. (2005). Infants' enumeration of actions : Numerical discrimination and its signature limits. Developmental Science, 8 (2), 173-181.
WOOD, J.N. (2007). Visual working memory for observed actions. Journal of Experimental Psychology : General, 136 (4), 639-652.
WOOD, J.N. & HAUSER, M.D. (2008). Action comprehension in nonhuman primates : Motor simulation or inferential reasoning ? Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 12 (12), 461-465.
WOOD, J.N. (2010). Visual working memory retains movement information using an allocentric reference frame. Visual Cognition, 10, 1464- 1485.
WOOD, J.N. (2011). A core knowledge architecture of visual working memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Human Perception & Performance, 37 (2), 357-381. [PDF]
Wood Richard T.A. ( ) : Psychologue anglais et spécialiste de l'étude du jeu de hasard. Collaborateur de Derevensky, Griffiths, Gupta et Wohl.
WOOD, R.T.A., GUPTA, R., DEREVENSKY, J.L. & GRIFFITHS, M. (2004). Video game playing and gambling in adolescents : Common risk factors. Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse, 14 (1), 77-100. [PDF]
WOOD, R.T.A. & GRIFFITHS, M.D. (2007). A qualitative investigation of problem gambling as an escape-based coping strategy. Psychology & Psychotherapy : Theory, Research & Practice, 80, 107-125.
WOOD, R.T.A. & GRIFFITHS, M.D. (2008). Why Swedish people play online poker and factors that can increase or decrease trust in poker websites : A qualitative investigation. Journal of Gambling Issues, 21, 80-97. [PDF]
WOOD, R.T.A. & GRIFFITHS, M.D. (2015). Understanding positive play : An exploration of playing experiences and responsible gambling practices. Journal of Gambling Studies, 31 (4), 1715-1734.
WOOD, R.T.A., WOHL, M.J., TABRI N. & PHILANDER, K. (2017). Measuring responsible gambling amongst players : Development of the Positive Play Scale. Frontiers in Psycholology, 8 [227] : 1-12. [PDF]
Wood Richard T.A. ( ) : Psychologue anglais et spécialiste de l'étude du jeu de hasard. Collaborateur de Derevensky, Griffiths, Gupta et Wohl.
WOOD, R.T.A., GUPTA, R., DEREVENSKY, J.L. & GRIFFITHS, M. (2004). Video game playing and gambling in adolescents : Common risk factors. Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse, 14 (1), 77-100. [PDF]
WOOD, R.T.A. & GRIFFITHS, M.D. (2007). A qualitative investigation of problem gambling as an escape-based coping strategy. Psychology & Psychotherapy : Theory, Research & Practice, 80, 107-125.
WOOD, R.T.A. & GRIFFITHS, M.D. (2008). Why Swedish people play online poker and factors that can increase or decrease trust in poker websites : A qualitative investigation. Journal of Gambling Issues, 21, 80-97. [PDF]
WOOD, R.T.A. & GRIFFITHS, M.D. (2015). Understanding positive play : An exploration of playing experiences and responsible gambling practices. Journal of Gambling Studies, 31 (4), 1715-1734.
WOOD, R.T.A., WOHL, M.J., TABRI N. & PHILANDER, K. (2017). Measuring responsible gambling amongst players : Development of the Positive Play Scale. Frontiers in Psycholology, 8 [227] : 1-12. [PDF]
Wood Robert T. ( ) : Sociologue canadien et spécialiste de l'étude du jeu de hasard, notamment sur Internet. Collaborateur de Williams.
WOOD, R.T. & WILLIAMS, R.J. (2007). Internet gambling : Past, present, and future. In G. Smith, D. Hodgins & R. Williams (Eds.), Research and measurement issues in gambling studies (pp. 491-514). Toronto : Elsevier Publishing. [PDF]
WOOD, R.T. & WILLIAMS, R.J. & LAWTON, P. (2007). Why do Internet gamblers prefer online versus land-based venues ? Journal of Gambling Issues, 20, 235-250.
WOOD, R.T. & WILLIAMS, R.J. (2007). How much money do you spend on gambling ? The comparative validity of question wordings used to assess gambling expenditure. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 10 (1), 63-77.
WOOD, R.T. & WILLIAMS, R.J. (2009). Internet gambling : Prevalence, patterns, problems, and policy options. Report prepared for the Ontario Problem Gambling Research Centre, Guelph, Ontario, Canada. [PDF]
WOOD, R.T. & WILLIAMS, R.J. (2011). A comparative profile of the Internet gambler : demographic characteristics, game play patterns, motivations, and problem gambling status. New Media & Society, 13 (7), 1123-1141.
Wood Wendy (Amersham 1954-) : Psychosociologue américaine d'origine anglaise, spécialisée dans l'étude du genre, des attitudes des habitudes et des différences sexuelles. Collaboratrice de Chaiken et Eagly.
WOOD, W., CHRISTENSEN, P.N., HEBL, M.R. & ROTHGERGER, H. (1997). Sex-typed norms, affect, and the self. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 73, 523-535. [PDF]
WOOD, W. (2000). Attitude change : Persuasion and social influence. Annual Review of Psychology, 51, 539-570. [PDF]
WOOD, W. & EAGLY, A.H. (2002). A cross-cultural analysis of the behavior of women and men : Implications for the origin of sex differences. Psychological Bulletin, 128 (5), 699-727. [PDF]
WOOD, W. & NEAL, D.T. (2007). A new look at habits and the habit-goal interface. Psychological Review, 114 (4), 843-863. [PDF]
WOOD, W. & HAYES, T. (2012). Social influence on consumer decisions. Journal of Consumer Psychology, 22, 324-328. [PDF]
Woodley Michael A. ( ) : Psychométricien américain et spécialiste de l'étude de l'intelligence, notamment de l'effet Flynn. = Woodley of Menie.
WOODLEY, M.A. (2011). Heterosis doesn't cause the Flynn effect : A critical examination of Mingroni (2007). Psychological Review, 118, 689-693.
WOODLEY, M.A. (2011). The cognitive differentiation-integration effort hypothesis : A synthesis between the fitness indicator and life history models of human intelligence. Review of General Psychology, 15, (3), 228-245. [PDF]
WOODLEY, M.A. (2012). The social and scientific temporal correlates of genotypic intelligence and the Flynn effect. Intelligence, 40 (2), 189-204. [PDF]
WOODLEY, M.A., TE NIJENHUIS, J. & MURPHY, R. (2014). Is there a dysgenic secular trend to- wards slowing simple reaction time ? Responding to a quartet of critical commentaries. Intelligence, 46, 131-147.
WOODLEY, M.A. & FERNANDES, H. (2016). Showing their true colors : Secular declines and a Jensen Effect on color acuity - More evidence for the weaker variant of Spearman's other hypothesis. Personality & Individual Differences, 88, 280-284.
Woodrow Herbert (1883-1974) : Psychologue américain. Président de l'APA en 1941.
WOODROW, H. (1909). A quantitative study of rhythm : The effect of variations in intensity, rate and duration. New York : The Science press.
WOODRROW, H. (1914). The measurement of attention. Psychological Monographs, 17 (1), 158-309.
WOODROW, H. (1921). Psychology : A study of mental life. New York : Henry Holt compagny. [PDF]
WOODROW, H. (1942). The problem of general quantitative laws in psychology. Psychological Bulletin, 39, 1-27.
Woodruff-Pak Diana S. ( ) : Psychologue béhavioriste américaine et spécialiste de l'étude du conditonnement répondant. notamment chez le lapin. Elle s'intéresse à l'effet des drogues et du vieillisement sur l'apprentissage.
WOODRUFF-PAK, D.S. (1988). Aging and classical conditioning : Parallel studies in rabbits and humans. Neurobiology of Aging, 9, 511-522.
WOODRUFF-PAK, D.S. & THOMPSON, R.F. (1988). Classical conditioning of the eyeblink response in the delay paradigm in adults aged 18-83 years. Psychology & Aging, 3, 219-229.
WOODRUFF-PAK, D.S. (1995). Evaluation of cognition-enhancing drugs : Utility of the model system of eyeblink classical conditioning. CNS Drug Reviews, 1, 107-128.
WOODRUFF-PAK, D.S. (1999). New directions for a classical paradigm : Eyeblink conditioning. Psychological Science, 10, 1-3.
WOODRUFF-PAK, D.S. (2001). Eyeblink classical conditioning differentiates normal aging from Alzheimer's disease. Integrative Physiological & Behavioral Science, 36, 87-108.
Woods David L. ( ) : Neurocogniviste américain et spécialiste de l'étude de la memoire.
WOODS, D.L., KISHIYAMA, M.M., YUND, E.W., HERRON, T.J., EDWARDS B., POLIVA, O., HINK, R.F. & REED, B. (2011). Improving digit span assessment of short-term verbal memory. Journal of Clinical & Experimental Neuropsychology, 33 (1), 101-111. [PDF]
WOODS, D.L., KISHIYAMA, M.M., YUND, E.W., HERRON, T.J., HINK, R.F. & REED, B. (2011). Computerized analysis of error patterns in digit span recall. Journal of Clinical & Experimental Neuropsychology, 33 721-734
WOODS, D.L., KISHIYAMA, M.M., YUND, E.W., HERRON, T.J. & REED, B. (2015). Factors influencing the latency of simple reaction time. Frontiers of Human Neuroscience, 9 [131], 1-12. [PDF]
WOODS, D.L., WYMA, J. M., HERRON, T. & YUND, E.W. (2015). The effects of aging, malingering, and traumatic brain injury on computerized trail-making test performance. PLOS One, [PDF]
WOODS, D.L., WYMA, J. M., YUND, E.W., HERRON, T.J. & REED, B. (2015). Age-related slowing of response selection and production in a visual choice reaction time task. Frontiers of Human Neuroscience, 9 [193], 1-12. [PDF]
Woods Douglas W. ( ) : Psychologue cognitivo-béhavioriste américain, spécialisé dans l'étude du syndrome de Gilles de la Tourette, des tics, du bégaiement et de la trichotillomanie. Étudiant de Miltenberger. Professeur de Himle. Collaborateur de Conelea, Flessner, Franklin, Friman, Himle, Keuthen, Khanna, Rothbaum et Twohig.
WOODS, D.W., MILTENBERGER, R.G. & LUMLEY, V.A. (1996). Sequential application of major habit reversal components to treat motor tics in children. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 29 (4), 483-493. [PDF]
WOODS, D.W., TWOHIG, M.P., FLESSNER, C.A. & ROLOFF, T.J. (2003). Treatment of vocal tics in children with Tourette syndrome : investigating the efficacy of habit reversal. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 36 (1), 109-112. [PDF]
WOODS, D.W. & HIMLE, M.B. (2004). Creating tic suppression : comparing the effects of verbal instruction to differential reinforcement. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 37 (3), 417-420. [PDF]
WOODS, D.W., FLESSNER, C.A., FRANKLIN, M.E., KEUTHEN, N.J., GOODWIN, R.D., STEIN, D.J. & WALTHER, M.R. (2006). The Trichotillomania Impact Project (TIP) : Exploring phenomenology, functional impairment, and treatment utilization. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 67 (12), 1877-1888. [PDF]
WOODS, D.W., FLESSNER, C.A., FRANKLIN, M.E., WETTERNECK, C.T., WALTHER, M.R., ANDERSON, E.R. & CARDONA, D. (2006). Understanding and treating trichotillomania : What we know and what we don't know. Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 29, 487-501. [PDF]
Woods James H. ( ) : Psychologue béhavioriste américain, spécialisé en pharmacologie béhaviorale, notamment dans l'étude des benzodiazépines. Collaborateur de Hursh, Katz et Schuster.
WOODS, J.H. & DOWNS, D.A. (1974). Codeine- and cocaine-reinforced responding in rhesus monkeys : Effects of dose on response rates under a fixed-ratio schedule. Journal of Pharmacology & Experimental Therapeutics, 191, 179-188.
WOODS, J.H., KATZ, J.L. & WINGER. G. (1987). Abuse liability of benzodiazepines. Pharmacological Reviews, 39 (4), 251-413.
WOODS, J.H., KATZ, J.L. & WINGER. G. (1992). Benzodiazepines : use, abuse, and consequences. Pharmacological Reviews, 44 (2), 151-347.
WOODS, J.H., KATZ, J.L. & WINGER. G (2002). Observing responses maintained by stimuli associated with cocaine or remifentanil reinforcement in rhesus monkeys. Psychopharmacology, 163 (3-4), 345-351. [PDF]
WOODS, J.H. & SCHUSTER, C.R. (2009). Reinforcement properties of morphine, cocaine, and SPA as a function of unit dose. International Journal of the Addictions, 3, 231-237.
Woods Steven Paul ( ) : Neurosychologue américain. Il s'intéresse notamment aux effets psychologiques du VIH.
 WOODS, S.P. RIPPETH, J.D., FROL, A.B., LEVY, J.K., RYAN, E., SOUKUP, V.M., HINKIN, C.H., LAZZARETTO, D., CHERNER, M., MARCOTTE, T.D., GELMAN, B.B., MORGELLO, S., SINGER, E.J., GRANT, I. & HEATON, R.K. (2004). Interrater reliability of clinical ratings and neurocognitive diagnoses in HIV. Journal of Clinical & Experimental Neuropsychology, 26 (6), 759-778.
 WOODS, S.P., IUDICELLO, J.E., MORAN, L.M., CAREY, C.L. DAWSON, M.S., GRANT, I. & HIV NEUROBEHAVIORAL RESEARCH PROGRAMS (HNRP) GROUP (2008). HIV-associated prospective memory impairment increases. Neuropsychology, 22 (1), 110-117. [PDF]
 WOODS S.P., MORAN, L.M., CAREY, C.L., DAWSON, M.S., IUDICELLO, J.E., GIBSON, S., GRANT, I., ATKINSON, J.H. & HIV NEUROBEHAVIORAL RESEARCH PROGRAMS (HNRP) GROUP (2008). Prospective memory in HIV infection : Is "remembering to remember" a unique predictor of self-reported medication management ? Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 23 (3), 257-270. [PDF]
 WOODS, S.P., DAWSON, M.S., WEBER, E.,, GIBSON, S., GRANT, I., ATKINSON, J.H. & HIV NEUROBEHAVIORAL RESEARCH PROGRAMS (HNRP) GROUP (2009). Timing is everything : antiretroviral non-adherence is associated with impairment in time-based prospective memory. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 15 (1), 42-52.
 WOODS, S.P., WEBER, E., WEISZ, B.M., TWAMLEY, E.W. & GRANT, I. (2011). Prospective memory deficits are associated with unemployment in persons living with HIV infection. Rehabilitation Psychology, 56 (1), 77-84.
Woodward Todd S. ( ) : Neurosychologue canadien et spécialiste de la schizophrénie. Collaborateur de Moritz.
WOODWARD, T.S., RUFF, C.C., THORNTON, A.E., MORITZ, S. & LIDDLE, P.F. (2003). Methodological considerations regarding the association of Stroop and verbal fluency performance with the symptoms of schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research, 61, 207-214. [PDF]
WOODWARD, T.S., MENON, M. & WHITMAN, J.C. (2007). Source monitoring biases and auditory hallucinations. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 12 (6), 477-494.
WOODWARD, T.S., WHITMAN, J.C., MENON, M. & KLINGE, R. (2007). Source monitoring biases and auditory hallucinations. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 12 (6), 477-494.
WOODWARD, T.S., MIZRAHI, R., MENON, M. & CHRISTENSEN, B.K. (2009). Correspondences between theory of mind, jumping to conclusions, neuropsychological measures and the symptoms of schizophrenia. Psychiatry Research, 170, 119-123.
WOODWARD, T.S. & MENON, M. (2011). Considerations for analysis of source monitoring data when investigating hallucinations in schizophrenia research. European Archives of Psychiatry & Clinical Neuroscience, 261 (3), 157-164. [PDF]
Woodworth Robert Sessions (Chilicothe 1869-1962) : Psychologue fonctionnaliste et historien américain. Président de l'APA en 1914. Étudiant de Cattell et Sherrington. Professeur de Dashiell, Jones, Kellogg, Klineberg et Murphy. Collaborateur de Ladd, Marquis, Schlosberg et Thorndike.

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WOODWORTH, R.S. (1910). Racial differences in mental traits. Science, 31 (788), 171-186.
WOODWORTH, R.S. (1918). Dynamic psychology. New York : Columbia University Press.
WOODWORTH, R.S. (1924). Four varieties of behaviorism. Psychological Review, 31, 257-264.
WOODWORTH, R.S. & MARQUIS, D.G. (1949). Psychology : a study of mental life. London : Methuen.
WOODWORTH, R.S. & SCHLOSBERG, H. (1950). Experimental psychology. London : Methuen.
 
Woody
Erik Z. Woody Robert H. Woody  
 
Woody Erik Z. ( ) : Psychologue américain et spécialiste de l'hypnose. Collaborateur de Nash.
WOODY, E.Z. & FARVOLDEN, M P. (1998). Dissociation in hypnosis and frontal executive function. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 40, 206-215.
WOODY, E.Z. & SZECHTMAN, H. (2000). Hypnotic hallucinations : towards a biology of epistemology. Contemporary Hypnosis, 17 (1), 4-14,
WOODY, E.Z., BARNIER, A.J. & McCONKEY, K.M. (2005). Multiple hypnotizabilities : differentiating the building blocks of hypnotic response. Psychological Assessment, 17, 200-211.
WOODY, E.Z. & SADLER, P. (2005). Structural equation models for interchangeable dyads : Being the same makes a difference. Psychological Methods, 10, 139-158.
WOODY, E.Z. & SZECHTMAN, H. (2011). Adaptation to potential threat : The evolution, neurobiology, and psychopathology of the security motivation system (PDF). Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 35, 1019-1033. [PDF]
Woody Robert H. ( ) : Psychologue béhavioriste américain et spécialiste de la thérapie béhavioriste.
WOODY, R.H. (1966). Behavior therapy and school psychology. Journal of Social Psychology, 4, 1-14.
WOODY, R.H. (1968). Toward a rationale for psychobehavioral therapy. Archives of General Psychiatry, 19 (2), 197-204.
WOODY, R.H. (1968). Diagnostic implications of the electroencephalogram for behavior problem children : A critical view. Journal of School Psychology, 6, I (4), 292-295.
WOODY, R.H. (1999). Domestic violations of confidentiality. Professional Psychology : Research & Practice, 30, 607-610.
WOODY, R.H. (2004). Modern family interventions. American Journal of Family Therapy, 32 (4), 353-357.
Wooley/Woolley
Orland W. Wooley Susan C Wooley Helen Bradford Thompson Woolley
 
Wooley Orland W. ( ) : Psychologue américain et spécialiste de l'étude et du traitement de l'obésité. Collaborateur de Wooley.
WOOLEY, O.W. (1971). Long-term food regulation in the obese amd non-obese. Psychosomatic Medicine, 33 (5), 436-444.
WOOLEY, O.W., WOOLEY, S.C. & DUNHAM, R.B. (1972). Can calories be perceived and do they affect hunger in obese and nonobese humans ? Journal of Comparative & Physiological Psychology, 80 (2). 250-258.
WOOLEY, O.W., WOOLEY, S.C. & WOODS, W. (1975). Effect of calories on appetite for palatable food in obese and nonobese humans. Journal of Comparative & Physiological Psychology, 89, 619-625.
WOOLEY, O.W., WOOLEY, S.C .& DUNHAM, R.B. (1976). Deprivation, expectation and threat : Efects on salivation in the obese and non-obese. Physiology in Behavior Therapy, 17 (2), 187-193.
WOOLEY, O.W., WOOLEY, S.C. & WILLIAMS, B.S. (1978). Restraint of appetite and sensitivity to calories. In G.A. Bray (Ed), Recent advances in obesity research. London : Newman, Ltd.
Wooley Susan C. ( ) : Psychologue et féministe américaine, spécialisé dans l'étude et le traitement de l'obésité. Collaboratrice de Wooley.
WOOLEY, S.C. (1972). Physiologic versus cognitive factors in short term food regulation in the obese and nonobese. Psychosomatic Medicine, 34 (1), 62-8.
WOOLEY, S.C. & WOOLEY, O.W. (1979). Obesity and women-I. A closer look at the facts . Author links open the author workspace. Women's Studies International Quarterly, 2 (1), 69-79.
WOOLEY, S.C. & WOOLEY, O.W. (1979). Obesity and women-II. A neglected feminist topic. Women's Studies International Quarterly, 2 (1), 81-92.
WOOLEY, S.C., WOOLEY, O.W. & DYRENFORTH, S.R. (1979). Theoretical, practical, and social issues in behavioral treatments of obesity. Journal of Applied Behavioral Analysis, 12 (1), 3-25. [PDF]
WOOLEY, S.C. & GARNER, D.M. (1991). Obesity treatment : the high cost of false hope. Journal of American Diet Assoc.iation, 91 (10), 1248-1251. [PDF]
Woolgar Steve (1950-) : Sociologue des sciences anglais. Collaborateur de Latour.
LATOUR, B. & WOOLGAR, S. (1979/88). Laboratory life : the construction of scientific facts / La Vie de laboratoire : la production des faits scientifiques. Beverly Hills : Sage Publications/Paris : La Découverte.
WOOLGAR, S. (1988). Science : the very idea. Routledge.
FULLER, S., SHINN, T., DE MEY, M. & WOOLGAR, S. (Eds.) (1989). The cognitive turn : sociological and psychological perspectives on science. Kluwer.
LYNCH, M. & WOOLGAR, S. (Eds) (1990). Representation in scientific practice. MIT.
WOOLGAR, S. (2002). Virtual society ? Technology, cyberbole, reality. Oxford University Press.
Woolley Helen Bradford Thompson (1874-1947) : Psychologue avant la lettre, médecin et philosophe américaine. Elle s'est intéressée notamment aux différences sexuelles et au développement des enfants. L'une des premières psychologues à s'intéresser aux variables parasites propres.
WOOLLEY, H.B.T. (1903). Psychological norms in men and women. Madison : Université of Wisconsin.
WOOLLEY, H.B.T. (1909). Some experiments on color perceptions in an infant and their interpretation. Psychological Review, 16 (6), 363-376.
WOOLLEY, H.B.T. (1914). The psychology of sex. Psychological Bulletin, 11 (10), 353-379.
WOOLLEY, H.B.T. (1926). Enuresis as a psychological problem. Mental Hygiene, 10 (1), 38-53.
WOOLLEY, H.B.T. (1926) An experimental study of children. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1926.
 
MILAR, K.S. (1999). A coarse and clumsy tool : Helen Thompson Woolley and the Cincinnati Vocation Bureau. History of Psychology, 2, 219-235.
MORSE, J.F. (2002). Ignored but not forgotten : The work of Helen Bradford Thompson Woolley. Feminist Formations, 1 (2), 121-147. [PDF]
Woolverton William L. : Psychologue béhavioriste américain, spécialisé en pharmacologie béhaviorale, notamment dans l'étude des effets renforcements de la cocaïne. Collaborateur de Green et Johanson.

WOOLVERTON, W.L. & BALSTER, R.L. (1982). Behavioral pharmacology of local anesthetics : reinforcing and discriminative stimulus effects. Pharmacology Biochemistry & Behavior, 16, 491-500.
WOOLVERTON, W.L. & JOHANSON, C.E. (1984). Preference in rhesus monkeys given a choice between cocaine and d,1- cathinone. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 41 (1), 35-43. [PDF]
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Worell/Worrell
Judith Worell Frank C. Worrell
 
Worell Judith (1928-) : Psychologue et féministe américaine. Collaboratrice de Kimmel.
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Work : A Journal of Prevention, Assessment, & Rehabilitation : Revue scientifique multidisciplinaire qui se consacre à l'étude du monde du travail, et surtout au rôle de la prévention et de la réadaptation. Éditeur : IOS Press.
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Work & Stress : Revue scientifique multidisciplinaire qui se consacre à l'étude du monde du travail, et surtout au rôle du stress.
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Worldwide Attitudes : Revue scientifique multidisciplinaire.
 

World Psychiatry : Revue scientifique de psychiatrie.
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Workman Jane E. ( ) : Spécialiste américaine de l'étude de l'habillement.
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WORKMAN, J.E., JOHNSON, K.K. & HADELER, B. (1993). The influence of clothing on students' interpretative and extended inferences about a teaching assistant. College Student Journal, 27 (1), 119-128.
WORKMAN, J.E. & JOHNSON, K.K.P. (1991). The role of cosmetics in impression formation. Clothing and Textiles Research Journal, 10 (1), 63-67.
WORKMAN, J.E. & FRREBURG, E.W. (1999). An examination of date rape, victim dress, and perceiver variables within the context of attribution theory. Sex Roles, 41, 261 278.
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WORTMAN, C.B., ADESMAN, P., HERMAN, E. & GREENBERG, R. (1976). Self-disclosure : An attributional perspective. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 33, 184-191.
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WORTMAN, C.B. (2004). Post-traumatic growth : Progress and problems. Psychological Inquiry, 15, 81-90.
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Wozniak Robert H. ( ) : Historien américain, spécialisé en psychologie (béhaviorisme).
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WPPSI : Test inventé en 1972 par Weschler pour mesurer l'intelligence des enfants de 2 ans 9 mois à 7 ans. Moyenne = 100 : Écart-Type=15. Wechsler Preschool and Primary School Scale of Intelligence.

 
Wrangham Richard W. (1948-) : Anthropologue et primatologue anglais. Étudiant de Goodall et Hinde. Professeur de Hare. Collaborateur de Boesch, Goodall, Johnson, Krief, McDermott, McGrew, Nishida, Silk, Tutin et Whiten.
WRANGHAM, R.W. (1980). An ecological model of female-bonded primate groups. Behaviour, 75, 262-300.
WRANGHAM, R.W. (1993). The evolution of sexuality in chimpanzees and bonobos. Human Nature, 4 (1), 47-79.
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WRANGHAM, R.W. (1999). Evolution of coalitionary killing. Yearbook of Physical Anthropology, 42, 1-30.
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Wright
Benjamin Drake Wright James D. Wright Larry Wright
Chauncey Wright John Wright Logan Wright
Daniel B. Wright John C. Wright Robert Wright
  John C. Wright Sewell Wright
 
Wright Benjamin Drake (1926-) : Psychométricien et mathématicien américain, spécialisé dans la mesure et l'évaluation, notamment en éducation. Il s'intéresse également aux conditions d'enseignement des enseignants et des professeurs. Étudiant de Platt et Bettelheim. Collaborateur de Linacre.
WRIGHT, B.D. & BETTELHEIM, B. (1957). Professional identity and personal rewards in teaching. The Elementary School Journal, 57, 297-307.
WRIGHT, B.D. & DOUGLAS, G.A. (1977). Best procedures for sample-free item analysis. Applied Psychological Measurement, 1, 281-294.
WRIGHT, B.D. & LINACRE, J.M. (1989). Observations are always ordinal; measurements, however, must be interval. Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, 70 (12), 857-867. [LIRE]
WRIGHT, B.D. (1996). Comparing Rasch measurement and factor analysis. Structural Equation Modeling, 3 (1), 3-24.
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Wright Chauncey (Northampton États-Unis 1830-1875 Cambridge États-Unis) : Philosophe et mathématicien américain. Il est un ardent défenseur de la théorie de l'évolution de Darwin.
WRIGHT, C. (1866). Mill on Comte. Nation, II, 21.
WRIGHT, C. (1877/1971). Philosophical Discussions. New York : Burt Franklin.
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MADDEN, E.H. (1963). Chauncey Wright and the foundations of pragmatism. Seattle : University of Washington Press.
Wright Daniel B. ( ) : Psychologue cognitiviste américain et spécialiste de l'étude de l'information trompeuse et les faux souvenirs. Collaborateur de Loftus.
WRIGHT, D.B. & LOFTUS, E.F. (1998). How misinformation alters memories. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 71, 155-164.
WRIGHT, D.B. & LOFTUS, E.F. (1999). Measuring dissociation : Comparison of alternative forms of the dissociative experiences scale. The American Journal of Psychology, 112 (4), 497-519. [PDF]
WRIGHT, D.B. & STROUD, J.N. (1998). Memory quality and misinformation for peripheral and central objects. Legal & Criminological Psychology, 3, 273-286.
WRIGHT, D.B. (2003). Making friends with your data : Improving how statistics are conducted and reported. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 73, 123-136. [PDF]
WRIGHT, D.B., HORRY, R. & SKAGERBERG, E.M. (2009). Functions for traditional and multilevel approaches to signal detection theory. Behavior Research Methods, 41, 257-267.
Wright James D. (Logansport 1947-) : Sociologue américain et spécialiste de l'étude de l'itinérance, de la violence et de l'usage des armes. Collaborateur de Leeet Wood.
WRIGHT, J.D. (1988). The mentally ill homeless : what is myth and what is fact ? Social Problems, 35, 182-191.
WRIGHT, J.D. (1990). Poor people, poor health : the health status of the homeless. Journal of Social IssueS, 6, 49-64.
WRIGHT, J.D. & DEVINE, J.A. (1990). Counting the homeless : the Census Bureau's "s-night" in five US cities. Evaluation Review, 16, 355-364.
WRIGHT, J.D. & DEVINE, J.A. (1995). Housing dynamics of the homeless : implications for a count. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 65, 320-333.
WRIGHT, J.D. (1995). Ten essential observations on guns in America. Society, 32 (3), 63-68.
Wright John ( ) : Psychologue québécois et professeur à l'Université de Montréal. Il se spécialise dans la thérapie de couple. Collaborateur de Sabourin et Tourigny.
WRIGHT, J. (1985). La survie du couple. Ottawa : La presse.
WRIGHT, J., LUSSIER, Y., SABOURIN, S. & PERRON, A. (1999). L'abus sexuel à l'endroit des enfants. Dans E. Habimana, M. Tousignant & L. Éthier (Éds.), Psychopathologie de l'enfant et de l'adolescent (pp. 615-639). Montréal : Gaëtan Morin.
WRIGHT, J., FRIEDRICH, W.N., CINQ-MARS, C., CYR, M. & McDUFF, P. (2004). Self-destructive and delinquent behaviours of adolescent female victims of child sexual abuse : Rates and covariates in clinical and nonclinical samples. Violence & Victims, 19 (6), 627-643.
WRIGHT, J., SABOURIN, S. MONDOR, J. & McDUFF, P. (2007). The clinical eepresentativeness of couple therapy outcome research. Family Process, 46, 301-316.
WRIGHT, J., LUSSIER, Y. & SABOURIN, S. (2008). Manuel clinique des psychothérapies de couple. Québec : PUQ.
Wright John C. ( ) : Psychologue américain et spécialiste du développement, notamment des effets de la télévision sur ce processus, plus particulièrement sur l'attention. Collaborateur de Calvert et Huston.
WRIGHT, J.C. & HUSTON, A.C. (1983) A matter of form : Potentials of television for young viewers American Psychologist, 38, 835-843.
WRIGHT, J.C., HUSTON, A.C., ROSS, R.P., CALVERT, S.L., ROLANDELLI, D., WEEKS, L.A., RAESSI, P. & POTTS, R. (1984) Pace and continuity of television programs : Effects on children's attention and comprehension. Developmental Psychology, 20 (4), 653-666. [PDF]
WRIGHT, J.C., KINKEL, D., PINON, M. & HUSTON, A C. (1989). Children's affective and cognitive reactions to televised coverage of the space shuttle disaster. Journal of Communication, 39 (2), 27-45.
WRIGHT, J.C., HUSTON, A.C., REITZ, A.L. & PIEMYAT, S. (1994). Children's perceptions of television reality: Determinants and developmental differences. Developmental Psychology, 30, 229-239.
WRIGHT, J.C., HUSTON, A.C., ALVAREZ, M., TRUGLIO, R., FITCH, M. & PIEMYAT, S. (1995). Perceived television reality and children's emotional and cognitive responses to its social content. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 16, 231-251.
Wright John C. ( ) : Psychologue béhavioriste américain et spécialiste de l'étude des chiens et des chats, notamment du comportement de mordre.
WRIGHT, J.C. (1980). The development of social structure during the primary socialization period in German shepherds. Developmental Psychobiology, 13, (1), 17-24.
WRIGHT, J.C. (1983). The effects of differential rearing on exploratory behavior in puppies. Applied Animal Ethology, 10, 27-34. [PDF]
WRIGHT, J.C. & NESSELROTE, M.S. (1987). Classification of behavior problems in dogs: Distributions of age, breed, sex, and reproductive status. Applied Animal Behavior Science, 19, 169-178. [PDF]
WRIGHT, J.C. (1990). Reported cat bites : Characteristics of the cats, the victims, and the attack settings. Public Health Reports, 105 (4), 420-424. [PDF]
WRIGHT, J.C., SMITH, A., DANIEL, K. & ADKINS, K. (2007). Dog breed stereotype and exposure to negative behavior : Effects on perceptions of adoptability. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science, 10 (3), 255-265. [PDF]
Wright Larry ( ) : Philosophe américain, spécialisé dans l'étude de l'explication, notamment de type téléologique.
WRIGHT, L. (1973). Functions. Philosophical Review, 82, 139-168.
WRIGHT, L. (1974). Mechanisms and purposive Behavior III. Philosophy of Science, 41 (4), 345-360.
WRIGHT, L. (1976). Teleological explanation. Berkeley : University of California Press.
WRIGHT, L. (2001). Justification, discovery, reason & argument. Argumentation, 15 (1), 97-104.
WRIGHT, L. (2002). Reasoning and explaining. Argumentation, 16 (1), 33-46.
 
BOORSE, C. (1976). Wright on functions. Philosophical Review, 85, 70-86.
Wright Logan (Wellington 1933-1999 Norman) : Psychologue béhavioriste américain, spécialisé dans l'étude et le traitement de l'encoprésie. Il est l'un des fondateurs de la pédiatrie psychologique. Président de l'APA en 1985.
WRIGHT, L. (1967). The pediatric psychologist : A role model. American Psychologist, 22, 323-325.
WRIGHT, L. (1973). Handling the encopretic child. Professional Psychology, 4, 137-144.
WRIGHT, L. (1973). Aversive conditioning of self-induced seizures. Behavior Therapy, 4, 712-713
WRIGHT, L. & WALKER, C.E. (1976). Behavioral treatment of encopresis. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 4, 35- 37.
WRIGHT, L. & WALKER, E. (1977). Treatment of the child with psychogenic encopresis : An effective program of therapy. Clinical Pediatrics, 16 (11), 1042-1045.
 
WILLIS, D.J. (2000). In Memoriam : Logan Wright, Jr., PhD (1933-1999). Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 25 (5), 359-361. [PDF]
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Wright Robert (Lawton États-Unis 1957-) : Journaliste et vulgarisateur scientifique américain spécialisé dans l'étude de la théorie des jeux et de la morale. Il est un partisan de la psychologie évolutionniste.
WRIGHT, R. (1989). Three scientists and their gods : Looking for meaning in an age of information. Harper Collins.
WRIGHT, R. (1994/95). The moral animal. Why we are the way we are. The new science of evolutionary psychology/ L'animal moral. Vintage/Éditions Michalon.
WRIGHT, R. (2001). Non zero : The logic of human destiny. Vintage.
WRIGHT, R. (2008). The evolution of God. Little, Brown.
 
Wright Sewall (1889-1988) : Biologiste et généticien américain. Il est considéré par plusieurs historiens des sciences comme l'un des fondateurs de la génétique des populations (avec Haldane et Fisher). Professeur de Crow et Kimura.
WRIGHT, S. (1912). Notes on the anatomy of the trematode, Microphallus opacw. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society, 31,167-175.
WRIGHT, S. (1932). The roles of mutation, inbreeding, crossbreeding and selection in evolution. Proceedings of the Sixth International Congress of Genetics, 1, 356-366.
WRIGHT, S. (1968/1969/1977/1978). Evolution and the genetics of populations. Chicago : University of Chicago Press.
WRIGHT, S. (1986). Evolution : Selected papers. Chicago : University of Chicago Press.
WRIGHT, S. (1988). Surfaces of selective value revisited. American Naturalist, 131, 115-123.
Wulf Gabriele ( ) : Psychologue allemande, spécialisée dans l'étude des habiletés motrices. Elle s'intéresse notamment au rôle de l'attention dans l'apprentissage d'habiletés motrices complexes. Collaboratrice de Schmidt.
WULF, G. & SCHMIDT, R.A. (1988). Variability in practice : Facilitation in retention and transfer through schema formation or context effects ? Journal of Motor Behavior, 20, 133-149.
WULF, G. & SCHMIDT, R.A. (1989). The learning of generalized motor programs : Reducing the relative frequency of knowledge of results enhances memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 15, 748-757.
WULF, G. (2001).The automaticity of complex motor skill learning as a function of attentional focus. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 54A (4), 1143-1150. [PDF]
WULF, G. (2007). On attentional focus and motor learning. E-Journal Bewegung und Training, 1, 1-64. [PDF]
WULF, G., FREITAS, H.E. & TANDY, R.D. (2014). Choosing to exercise more : Small choices can increase exercise engagement. Psychology of Sport & Exercise, 15, 268-271.
Wundt Wilhelm Max (Neckarau Allemagne 1832-1920 Grossbothen Allemagne) : Physiologiste allemand. Fondateur du premier laboratoire de psychologie scientifique, en 1879, à l'Université de Leipzig en Allemagne. Père du structuralisme en psychologie (contesté par plusieurs historiens qui attribuent plutôt la paternité du structuralisme à Titchener, un élève de Wundt). Pour cette raison, certains historiens des sciences suggèrent donc de remplacer le mot structuralisme par élémentarisme. Selon lui, il faut étudier l'esprit conscient au moyen des méthodes élaborées par les sciences de la nature. Il s'oppose à l'introspection conventionnelle, qu'il porose de remplacer par l'introspection dirigée ou expérimentale. Étudiant de Dubois-Reymond, Helmholtz et Müller. Professeur de Bourdon, Cattel, Hall, Judd, Kraepelin, Külpe, Michotte, Münsterberg, Scott, Scripture, Stratton, Titchener, Witmer, Wolfe. Collaborateur de Bechterev.

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WUNDT, W. (1896/97). Outlines of psychology. London : Stechert.
WUNDT, W. (1912). An introduction to psychology. London : George Allen.
WUNDT, W. (1916). Element of folk psychology. London : Allen and Unwin.
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Würbel Hanno ( ) : Biologiste suisse spécialisé dans l'étude des effets bien-être animal et de l'enrichissement du milieu de vie des animaux de laboratoire.
WÜRBEL, H., CHAPMAN, R. & RUTLAND, C. (1998). Effect of feed and environmental enrichment on development of stereotypic wire-gnawing in laboratory mice. Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 60, 69-81.
WÜRBEL, H. (2001). Ideal homes ? Housing effects on rodent brain and behaviour. Trends in Neurosciences, 24, 207-211.
WÜRBEL, H. (2007). Publications should include an animal welfare section. Nature, 446, 257.
WÜRBEL, H. (2007). Environmental enrichment does not disrupt standardisation of animal experiments. Altex, 24, 70-73. [PDF]
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Wurtman Richard J. (Philadelphie 1936-) : Médecin américain et spécialiste de l'étude de la glande pinéale. Il s'intéresse également à l'influence de la lumière sur la production de mélatonine et sur le sommeil. Collaborateur de Axelrod.
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Wyatt W. Joseph ( ) : Psychologue béhavioriste américain et écrivain de science-fiction, spécialisé dans l'étude de la maltraitance et des agressions sexuelles.
WYATT, W.J., HAWKINS, R.P. & DAVIS, P. (1986). Behaviorism : Are reports of its death exaggerated ? The Behavior Analyst, 9 (1), 101-105. [PDF]
WYATT, W.J. (1993). Identical twins, emergenesis, and environments. American Psychologist, 48, 1294-1295.
WYATT, W.J. ( ). The millenium man. Third Millennium Press.
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Wyer Robert S. ( ) : Psychosociologue américain et spécialiste de l'étude du jugement social. Professeur d'Albarracín, et Isbel. Collaborateur d'Ottati et Radvansky.
WYER, R.S. & SRULL, T.K. (1989). Memory and cognition in its social context. Hillsdale, NJ : Erlbaum.
OTTATI, V. & WYER, R.S. (1990). The cognitive mediators of political choice : Toward a comprehensive model of political information processing. In J.A. Ferejohn & J.H. Kuklinski (Eds.), Information and democratic process (pp. 186-216). Urbana, Il : University of Illinois Press.
WYER, R.S. & COLLINS, J.E. (1992). A theory of humor elicitation. Psychological Review, 99, 663-688.
WYER, R.S. & RADVANSKY, G.A. (1999). The comprehension and validation of social information. Psychological Review, 106, 89-118.
WYER, R.S. & ALBARRACIN, D. (2005). Belief formation, orgnaizatio in and change : Cognitive and motivational influences. In D. Albarracin, B.T. Johnson & M.P. Zanna (Eds.), Handbook of attitudes and attitude change (pp. 273-322). Mahwah, NJH : Erlbaum.
Wynn/Wynne/Wynne-Edwards
Karen Wynn Clive D. Lyman Wynne Vero Copner Wynne-Edwards
Thomas Wynn Lyman C. Wynne  
 
Wynn Karen ( ) : Psychologue cognitiviste américaine et spécialiste de l'étude du développement, notamment de l'acquisition du nombre. Collaboratrice de Bloom.
WYNN, K. (1990). Children's understanding of counting. Cognition, 36, 155-193. [PDF]
WYNN, K. (1992). Addition and subtraction by human infants. Nature, 358, 749-750. [PDF]
WYNN, K. (1995). Infants possess a system of numerical knowledge. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 4, 172-177. [PDF]
WYNN, K. (1998). Psychological foundations of number : Numerical competence in human infants. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 2, 296-303. [PDF]
WYNN, K., BLOOM, P. & CHIANG, W-C. (2002). Enumeration of collective entities by 5-month-old infants. Cognition, 83, B55-B62. [PDF]
Wynn Thomas ( ) : Anthropologue américain. Collaborateur de Coolidge. Il s'intéresse notamment à la mémoire de travail chez nos ancêtres néanderthaliens.
WYNN, T. & COOLIDGE, F.L. (2002). The role of working memory in skilled and conceptual thought. Behavioral & Brain Sciences, 25, 703-704.
WYNN, T. & COOLIDGE, F.L. (2003). The role of working memory in the evolution of managed farming. Before Farming : The Anthropology & Archaeology of Hunters-Gatherers, 2, 1-16. [PDF]
WYNN, T. & COOLIDGE, F.L. (2004). The skilled Neanderthal mind. Journal of Human Evolution, 46, 467-487. [PDF]
WYNN, T. & COOLIDGE, F.L. (2006). The effect of enhanced working memory on language. Journal of Human Evolution, 50, 230-231. [PDF]
WYNN, T. & COOLIDGE, F.L. (2008). A stone-age meeting of minds. American Scientist, 96(1), 44-51 [PDF]
Wynne Clive D. Lyman (Isle of Wight ) : Psychologue béhavioriste anglais, spécialisé dans l'apprentissage, notamment chez les animaux (chien, kangourou, pigeon). Professeur de Udell. Collaborateur de Solomon et Staddon.
WYNNE C.D.L. & STADDON, J.E.R. (1988). Typical delay determines waiting time on periodic-food schedules : Static and dynamic tests. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 50 (2), 197-210. [PDF]
WYNNE, C.D.L. (1995). Reinforcement accounts for transitive inference performance. Animal Learning & Behavior, 23, 207- 217. [PDF]
WYNNE C.D.L., STADDON, J.E.R. & DELIUS, J.D. (1996). Dynamics of waiting in pigeons. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 65 (3), 603-618. [PDF]
WYNNE C.D.L. (2007). What are animals ? Why is anthropomorphism still not a scientific approach to behavior ? Comparative Cognition & Behavior Reviews, 2, 125-135. [PDF]
WYNNE C.D.L., UDELL, M.A.R. & LORD, K.A. (2008). Ontogeny's impacts on human-dog communication. Animal Behaviour 76, 1-4. [PDF]
Wynne Lyman C. (1924-2007) : Psychiatre américain et spécialiste de la thérapie familliale et du traitement et de l'étude de la schizophrénie. Collaborateur de Tieneri et Wahlberg.
WYNNE, L. & SINGER, M.T. (1963). Thought disorder and family relations of schizophrenics : I. A Research strategy. Archives of General Psychiatry, 9 (3), 191-198.
WYNNE, L. (1981). Current concepts about schizophrenics and family relationships. Journal of Nervous & Mental disorders, 169, 82-89.
WYNNE, L. (1983). Family research and family therapy : A reunion ? Journal of Martial & Family Therapy, 9, 113-117.
WYNNE, L. (1988). The state of the art in family therapy research : Controversies and recommendations. New York : Family Process Inc.
WYNNE, L., TIENARI, P., NIEMINEN, P., SORRI, A., LAHTI, I., MORING, J., NAARALA, M., LÄKSY, K. WAHLBERG, K.-E. & MIETTUNEN, J. (2006). Genotype-environment interaction in the schizophrenia spectrum : genetic liability and global family ratings in the Finnish Adoption Study. Family Process, 45, 419-434.
 
WAHLBERG, K.-E. (2007). In Memoriam Lyman C. Wynne, MD, PhD 1923-2007. Perheterapia, 23 (1), 51-52.
Wynne-Edwards Vero Copner (Leeds 1906-1997 Aberdeen) : Zoologiste et éthologiste anglais. On lui doit le concept de sélection de groupe.
WYNNE-EDWARDS, V.C. (1962). Animal dispersion in relation to social behavior. London : Oliver & Boyd.
WYNNE-EDWARDS, V.C. (1965). Self-regulating systems in populations of animals. Science, 147, 1543-1548.
WYNNE-EDWARDS, V.C. (1986). Evolution through group selection. Oxford : Blackwell Scientific.
 
 
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