By: Amanda Coyle
Human beings are effected everyday by various environmental and social conditions for several reasons. The question is to determine why these events occur and why we think that way. Assume you are at a professional baseball game and get up to go to the concession...
By: Maurice Sassoon
The pyramids are the great stone tombs that were built thousands of years ago to hold the bodies of the Egyptian pharaohs. There are many pyramids that still stand in the desert along the River Nile, which is approximately ten miles south of the city...
By: Lonnette Harrell
Now here's some interesting research for you: Recently, a "secret sex nerve" was found, that may have a lot to do with who we are attracted to. (And it's probably not even close to what you're thinking. Shame on you!) This olfactory secret sex...
By: Vincent Aizebeoje Balogun
In our natural self, we believe we can do all things based on our knowledge, training, educational background, and family heritage. Certain things just came to be without our prior knowledge.An ideal man/woman wants to enjoy a lot of pleasure, eat his/her cake and...
By: Julian Salisbury
In Sociology, the traditional orthodoxy has been to polarise this debate by saying that our behaviour is either determined by structures, or that our consciousness means that we have agency, or self-determination. So we are either puppets of social forces like education: mass media and...
By: Cindy Wagner
Jean Piaget had an enormous enthusiasm for the study of infant, toddler and adolescent thought processes as well as their manner of rationale. In his scientific studies of children, he attempted to define the developmental processes that children may experience during the course of their...
By: Stephen Mark Richardson
Learned helplessness is primarily linked with the work of Martin E. P. Seligman's theory of learned helplessness (LHT). Seligman identified LHT to occur when a person; or animal believes that outcomes are independent of their actions'. In other words, individuals or animals feel that they...
Is Indiana Jones Bad for Archaeology
By: Amanda Demers
No, Indiana Jones is not bad for archeology. In fact, I'm sure that a lot of people with an active interest in archeology and related anthropology fields were at least partially influenced by this series. While the Indiana Jones movies represent a Hollywood version of...
By: Stephen Mark Richardson
Over the years, Sigmund Freud's (1856-1939) work has been reflected on a countless amount of times, and still very much used to try to understand the human mind and all of its complexities. Freud's work has been used in various ways, shapes and forms, from...
By: Callie Gray
Psychologists define a dream as a sequence of images, emotions and thoughts passing through a sleeping person's mind during REM sleep. They can be vivid, emotional and bizarre. Over the past week and a half I have kept record of my dreams in a dream...

 

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