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Little Albert from John Watson's experiment has been identified!
Published by Rose Saville 90 months ago in General Psychology | +5 votes | 2 comments
There are different schools in psychology, among of these are Structuralism, Functionalism, the Gestalt Psychology, Behaviorism, Psychoanalysis, Humanism and Cognitive Psychology.
Published by hunterfact 91 months ago in General Psychology | +1 votes | 0 comments
It is very obvious that unhappy persons suffer mentally and physically. The people with a positive approach towards life stay physically and mentally fit and healthy. But is there any relation between our mind (psychological health)and our immune system? It now appears that immune function and psychological health may be directly related. One recent study, for example, found that women with histories of long-term sexual abuse had lower ratios of certain immune cells, resulting in "signific...
Published by Amera Khanam 91 months ago in General Psychology | +1 votes | 0 comments
There are different methods of research use in Psychology. These are the Observation method, the Case Study method, the Survey method, the Experimental method and the Statistical method.
Published by hunterfact 91 months ago in General Psychology | +3 votes | 2 comments
Every human being is hunted by a number of insecurities in life. This article highlights the causes and solutions of insecurities of life.
Published by srikanta Mohanty 92 months ago in General Psychology | +0 votes | 0 comments
The narcissistic personality in psychological context.
Published by Nora K Anthony 93 months ago in General Psychology | +4 votes | 3 comments
Self Injurious behavior is being seen continuously within Adolescents. These behaviors can be described as “intentional, self effected, low lethality bodily harm of a socially unacceptable nature, performed to reduce psychological stress.”
Published by T. Yang 95 months ago in General Psychology | +0 votes | 0 comments
The subject of dreams is both fascinating and absorbing, and can lead one down many avenues, including fantasy, psychology, and creativity. But when it comes to the interpretation of their content, it then becomes a tantalising mystery, which demands to be unraveled. lt promises to be the road to opening ones mind to exciting new discoveries!
Published by Colin Dovey 95 months ago in General Psychology | +20 votes | 16 comments
How intelligent are you? It has always very difficult to answer this question, even for a psychologist. What is more important though, is having a high IQ an open sesame to career success? Contrary to what many people may think, the original purpose of IQ determination was not to give people boasting rights about being smarter than the next person.
Published by Colin Dovey 95 months ago in General Psychology | +10 votes | 5 comments
Science has yet to pinpoint the location in the brain or the exact processes involved in our human ability to focus--a mass neurological system of signaling and perception that orients you with your inner and outer reality. Just as our five senses dictate where we place our attention in our physical world our emotions perform the same function in forming our inner reality, giving us a sense of cohesiveness and comprehensibility. Not only are we drawn attentionally to salient outward sensation...
Published by Melissa Murphy 95 months ago in General Psychology | +3 votes | 0 comments
Why we are all psychopaths, but only few are understanding enough to approve.
Published by Martine Pauwels 95 months ago in General Psychology | +1 votes | 0 comments
The lessons we learn as children impose themselves on us, demanding us to react in ways we do not comprehend.
Published by Cheril'Sword 96 months ago in General Psychology | +2 votes | 4 comments
Even people in end stage of life can benefit from voice recordings Audio recordings is a good therapy for palliative care patients and their families Voice therapy is a good holistic approach designed to promote peace and comfort for patients and their families
Published by carol roach 102 months ago in General Psychology | +4 votes | 4 comments
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