By: Kristal Mcvicar
Perhaps if the term "depression" is clarified then we can better address whether or not society is taking the wrong approach to what is real clinical depression, what is not and redefine the term "depression" as it is used currently to refer to sadness. I...
By: Stephen Janowsky
The Mask of InsanityWhen first meeting a career psychopath, virtually anyone will fall for him. His appearance is charismatic, and his background is amazing. He is a famous political leader, a distinguished university lecturer, a respected physician, a trusted institution manager, or all of the...
By: Michael Cibenko
On November 25, 1970, the famous and eccentric Japanese poet and playwright, Yukio Mishima, directed and starred in what was arguably his most dramatic role that of his own death. After seizing control of a defense force compound and taking a high-ranking military official hostage...
By: Tracey Burchard
Hypnosis has recently been featured on Oprah, with Brian Weiss doing a demonstration, working with the entire audience to take them through a past life. People are talking about the benefits and effectiveness of hypnosis with smoking cessation, weight loss, fears and much more. The...
By: Alex Cull
"The fear of death". How often do we hear this phrase? Why is it that we fear death so much, and how does this fear manifest itself?Two distinct kinds of fear spring to mind, one related to our animal origins and the other a...
By: Janet Grischy
IQ is related to age in two ways. IQ tests were invented to compare a particular child's intellectual performance with that of others of his or her age, for one. IQ is also related to age in that it may decline as people grow older...
By: Terry Marsh
The technology that created the internet may be the most significant contribution to communications science since the invention of the telephone. It allows us to reach out and touch the rest of the world in the blink of an eye, communicate with strangers half a...
The American Psychological Association (APA) format for a research paper
By: Dr. G. A. Anderson
When writing for many colleges and universities or for the sciences, in most cases the American Psychological Association or APA format is the writing format to use. There are guidelines available online and in print that can be consulted as a handy reference. Most educational...
The difference between love and romantic love
By: Jonathan Benitz
In my short life i have been asked on several occasions, "How can you love me, but not be in love with me?". The answer to this much like countless other questions is not nearly as complicated as most people make it out to...
By: Steve Marshall
Criticism should never involve only trying to find methods of coping with it. Criticism never comes for us to learn to cope with it, and then put it aside, and not to learn from it. Criticism should always be taken directly on board, and received...

 

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