By: Jarred James Breaux
Franz Boas and Margaret Mead are the parents of American Anthropology. Dedicating their entire lives to the study of other cultures, the two developed methods of study, lived in harsh conditions, and faced heavy criticism in their lifetimes.Franz Boas is considered to be "the...
By: Sapphire M. Brown
As a result of measures brought in to reduce the amount of unethical aspects of psychological experiments most experiments need to be approved by an ethics committee. This, of course, does not always prevent an experiment from being unethical. Milgram and Zimbardo's experiments, which I...
By: Jason Lusk
The subconscious, or unconscious, rules at least sixty percent of life. This is where dreams live. In the modern world, we've largely dismissed all of this, even though it's a vital aspect to the human brain.You have a feeling that something might be wrong...
By: Magda DH
Allen Lane had a rather diverse and truly impressive line-up in the autumn of 2007, including the topical Alan Greenspan and a rather groundbreaking Naomi Klein. However, it's the latest offering from Steven Pinker that's likely to stand the test of time - if a...
By: Shayla McKee
Pastoralism: The Most Sustainable Food Getting System Of the four food getting systems, pastoralism is the most substantial because there are less restrictions and more resources to gain from this system. The following explains what pastoralism is and why it is the most stable, sustainable...
By: Jarred James Breaux
William Halse Rivers Rivers started out as a doctor who studied the nervous system and psychology. As a professor for St. John's college at Cambridge University, he became interested in the study of people and how they related to one another. His main focus became...
By: Linda Batey
Making a good first impression is crucially important in every aspect of your life and is one of the easiest things to learn to do. With a few tips and a little practice, it becomes second nature and has the potential for turning your personal...
By: Nancy Ryan
Alienation is a word that describes what happens when one does something, or says something, that separates them from the crowd. You become seperated from your family or friends, for whatever reason, and are no longer welcome in their close circle. The word is usually...
By: Leigh Goessl
Once you've failed at something, it's hard to forge ahead because you're afraid of failing again. Everyone fails at something at one time in their life or another, but the best thing to do is get right back up on that proverbial horse and don't...
By: Jane Allyson
Being sexual is a part of what makes us human. By using our sexuality we are able to create strong bonds by becoming close to others in the most intimate way.Our sexuality is a source of great pleasure and and deep satisfaction. It is...

 

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