Reference: Skinner, B. F. and Hunt, E.B. (1992) ‘‘Superstition’ in the Pigeon’, Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. Washington D.C., American Psychological Association, 121(3), pp. 273–274 [Online].
Context: A psychological experiment conducted by the army through Eastman Kodak Company advertisements as explained by Robert Yerkes in 1912. Reference: Yerkes, R. M. et al. (1912) ‘The class experiment in psychology with advertisements as materials’, Journal of Educational Psychology. […]
Description: A device “for giving general electric treatment for psychological effect, in psycho-neurotic cases” during the war. The electroconvulsive therapy was first used on a human being in 1938. Licence: Bergonic Chair by Otis Historical Archives National Museum of Health […]
Figure: Schematic diagram showing primary structures and connections within the emotion processing network. Reference: Grimshaw, G.M., 2018. Affective neuroscience: a primer with implications for forensic psychology. Psychology, Crime & Law, 24(3), pp.258–278.