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Colin Dovey has written 3 General Psychology articles, has received +43 recommendations and is currently the #2 ranked expert in this subject.
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The psychology of color and the the different meanings of colors and how it affects human behaviour and our daily lives is an interesting subject worth looking at.
Published by Maria Cecilia de Guzman 91 months ago in General Psychology | +6 votes | 6 comments
For years I have dreamed of snakes. This Article is a search for answers for what that might mean both from new age dream interpretations to psychologists view points.
Published by Creighton Smith 91 months ago in General Psychology | +5 votes | 1 comments
HandwritingAnalysis, What does your handwriting say about you, how to read a i - dot, what does your handwriting reveals about your personality, What does your i dot tells about you, The meaning of i dot, spot the dots in you handwriting, Analysis of i dots, graphology - i dots
Published by Ruby 93 months ago in General Psychology | +23 votes | 17 comments
success traits in graphology, sucessful persoanlity traits in handwriting analysis, achievment traits, positve traits in handwriting, how to identify success traits, how to change your handwriting to be successful
Published by Ruby 95 months ago in General Psychology | +20 votes | 12 comments
Signature Analysis, What does your signature say about you, handwriting analysis, how to read a signature, what does your signature reveals about your personality, What does your signature tells about you
Published by Ruby 95 months ago in General Psychology | +36 votes | 37 comments
The crime of incest consists of either cohabitation or sexual intercourse between closely related persons, such as between parent and child or between siblings. Jurisdictions vary in their definition of what degree of relationship constitutes incest.
Published by Godwill 96 months ago in General Psychology | +10 votes | 0 comments
what does your favourite color reveal about you, what does your colour say about you, colour tells your personality, colour talk, colour meaning, colour signs , significance of colours on your personality, if you love red, blue, black, green , brown, grey, orange , purple , factoidz, rubysamy
Published by Ruby 96 months ago in General Psychology | +24 votes | 13 comments
A look at the psychology of human behaviour: some peculiar things people brag about.
Published by Sharla Smith 95 months ago in General Psychology | +21 votes | 28 comments
Privacy is good for any relationship, whereas secrecy can cause havoc..according to psychiatrists even the healthiest of couple hide things from each other.
Published by Kiran 97 months ago in General Psychology | +10 votes | 12 comments
How nature can help and teach us about life, love, communication and other stuff
Published by Ngozi Nwabineli 102 months ago in General Psychology | +6 votes | 5 comments
people often react differently to the same situations
Published by carol roach 104 months ago in General Psychology | +6 votes | 16 comments
origins of psychology
Published by carol roach 104 months ago in General Psychology | +6 votes | 8 comments
The question of why people have irrational or "mal-adaptive" behaviors is a problem of evoutionary psychology.
Published by Charles Dexter Ward 107 months ago in General Psychology | +1 votes | 1 comments
The Art of Conversation
Published by Dominique Carter 108 months ago in General Psychology | +2 votes | 0 comments
This is one subject that has never failed to create interest and has been the subject of discussion for centuries. There is very little proof to substantiate the belief that Ghosts exist, but , sometimes one wonders
Published by Kiran 110 months ago in General Psychology | +7 votes | 0 comments