Tag: Educational Psychology

  • Overimitation

    Overimitation

    Overimitation is the meticulous replication of both necessary and superfluous actions, which underpins human social learning and the propagation of culture, indicating a sophisticated aspect of human cognitive development.

  • DARVO

    DARVO

    Originating in the 1990s from Dr. Jennifer J. Freyd’s studies, DARVO encapsulates a sequence: Deny, Attack, and Reverse Victim and Offender. This framework describes how those facing accusations often evade responsibility, challenge their accusers, and recast themselves as the wronged party.