The different types of psychology theories
By: Effie Moore Salem
Theories abound in the field of psychology and most concern the nature of learning. The three most well known and useful of these are Behaviorism, Cognativism, and Constructivism. They all are useful in education, in the technological aspects of education and all happened and are...
By: Janette Peel
Born 1 April, 1908 in Brooklyn, New York Abraham Maslow studied hard and became interested in psychology. He worked with Harry Harlow observing baby Rhesus monkeys and attachment behavior.From his observations he noticed that some needs took priority over others. At this moment, your...
By: Janette Peel
We are all surrounded by color. but many of us do not realize that color can play a significant role when used as a healing therapy.Color therapy has been practiced throughout the centuries by many cultures. Thereasoning behind it is that color has an...
By: Pamela Folks
When I was a child I would sit and daydream out the window and wonder what life was really about. I would imagine myself driving down the road in my bright red convertible. The envy of everyone on the road. I would pull up into...
By: Malabika Ray
The Selfish Gene: ReviewThe Selfish Gene by Richard Dawkins was first published in 1976. Even after 31 years of its first publication, it remains an international best seller. Dawkins, an expert in his field (Evolutionary Biology) explains complex biological ideas in a very interesting and...
By: Maggie Larkin
The debate of nature vs. nurture is one of the most widely argued subjects of modern psychology. People who believe that nature is stronger in personality development think that everything, or nearly everything, is determined by one's genes before birth. Those who agree more with...
By: A.W. Berry
When the word intelligence comes up many people often think of Intelligence quotient or IQ. The IQ is only a measurement of a particular part of the brains function, specifically cognitive functioning. By cognitive functioning one is referring to the process of reasoning, thought and...
By: Andrew Franks
The first time it hit me I was watching the X-FILES as a nine year old kid sitting home alone in the dark on a Friday night. From then on the feeling caught me almost everyday, without warning. I spent so much time alone, with...
By: Andrew Franks
When taken in the evolutionary context, "survival of the fittest" has a much different meaning than most people apply to it. "Survival" in this sense does not mean the perserverance of the ogranism, but rather is in reference to the continued lineage of the organism's...
By: Denitsa Jane
I think the title lacks a word. It should be "Sex:More of a physical or mental thing for men (or for women)?"Because obviously, both sexes experience sex in different manner.I don't know what is the answer of this.Sex for me (and I...

 

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