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  1. 100-Things Summary
  2. 12. SNARC Effect
  3. 15 Gf, Gc, g (Cattell-Horn-Carroll theory)
  4. 16. False memory
  5. 17. Universal Grammar
  6. 2. Classical conditioning (Pavlov)
  7. 21. Ebbinghaus Part Deux: Recency effect
  8. 22. Hugo Munsterberg and Applied Psych
  9. 3. Working Memory
  10. 30. George Miller's magic number 7 (plus or minus 2)
  11. 31. The brain
  12. 35. Rosch and Prototypicality
  13. 4. Gestalt theory
  14. 49. Top-down v Bottom-up processing
  15. 50. Statistical Learning
  16. 54. Tip-of-the-tongue phenomenon (TOT)
  17. 62. Gambler's fallacy & Hot-hand fallacy
  18. 63. Spreading Activation Theory
  19. 7. Cognition
  20. 73. Folk psychology (and cross-cultural cognitive psychology)
  21. 77. Counterfactual thinking
  22. 93. Familiarity vs Recollection; Remember/Know paradigm
  23. Agency
  24. Anthropomorphism
  25. Ape (and other animals) Language Studies
  26. Attachment Theory
  27. Attention Networks (Posner)
  28. Automatic and Controlled Processing
  29. Categorization
  30. Central Capacity Theory
  31. Change Blindness
  32. Choice Overload
  33. Cocktail party effect/Selective Attention
  34. Cognitive Bias
  35. Cognitive Dissonance
  36. Cognitive Psychology (1967)
  37. Cognitive Revolution
  38. Complex span measures of WMC and its relation to processing speed, etc.
  39. Consciousness and Solipsism
  40. DRM paradigm
  41. Deficit-based approach & research participants with amnesia (E.P., Clive Wearing, H.M., etc.)
  42. Donders' Subtractive Method (Mental Chronometry)
  43. Déjà vu
  44. Ebbinghaus, Part 3: Primacy Effect
  45. Ecological Validity
  46. Embodied or Grounded Cognition
  47. Episodic vs. Semantic Memory
  48. Executive Function
  49. Feature Integration Theory and Illusory Conjunctions (Treisman)
  50. Forgetting Curve
  51. Framing Effects
  52. Frustration-Aggression Hypothesis
  53. Functional Fixedness and Mental Set
  54. Hebbian Learning
  55. Herbert Simon
  56. Heuristics
  57. Hindsight bias/ Knew-it-all-along effect
  58. Hot hand fallacy
  59. Imagery Debate
  60. Kahneman's Dual Systems Approach to thinking
  61. Karl Lashley – Law of Mass Action/Law of Equipotentiality
  62. Learning Set
  63. Levels of Processing / Elaborative Encoding
  64. Max Wertheimer / Productive thinking / Phi phenomenon
  65. McGurk Effect
  66. Mental rotation
  67. Metacognition
  68. Mirror self-recognition
  69. Modal model (Atkinson & Shiffrin)
  70. Modularity of Mind
  71. Nudges
  72. Object Permanence
  73. Operant Conditioning
  74. Paul Meehl
  75. Piaget Stages of Cognitive Development
  76. Post TBD...
  77. Priming Effect
  78. Procedural vs Declarative Memory (and what H.M. told us about them)
  79. Prosopagnosia
  80. Prospect Theory
  81. Prospective memory
  82. Psychophysics
  83. Recall vs Recognition
  84. Retroactive and Proactive Interference
  85. Rosalie Rayner
  86. Selfridge Pandemonium Model
  87. Sequential vs. Parallel Processing (e.g., Serial search vs. Pop-out effects)
  88. Signal Detection Theory
  89. Single/Double Dissociation
  90. Social Brain Hypothesis
  91. Social Cognition Theory
  92. Source Monitoring
  93. Split Brain Experiments
  94. State-Dependent and Context-Dependent Memory
  95. Stimulus Salience & Attentional Capture
  96. Stroop effect
  97. Supervisory Attentional System
  98. Temporal Discounting
  99. Theory of Mind
  100. Tolman: Latent learning and Cognitive maps

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