Is Cryptozoology a Science
By: R.A. Scott
Cryptozoology is the study of unknown animals. Animals that have been presumed to exist but haven't been seen in ages. Many have begun to think that the animal is extinct or has never existed in the first place. Locals may claim to have seen the...
Colors: Symbolism and psychological effects
By: Sarah Granger
Color is something that is all around us, yet most people never think twice about the direct effect it has on how they perceive things. Once you really start to pay attention, however, it is clear that certain colors mean different things depending on your...
Intelligence
By: Schibeck
One of the long standing debates in psychology is the underlying nature of intelligence. What defines intelligence? What behaviours or abilities, as a society, do we deem to be those of an intelligent individual? Psychologists generally agree that the term intelligence "describes a person's ability...
Why some people are afraid of dying, and some aren't
By: Donald Hancock
Three Pictures Concerning Death Come SpringThere was a very large branch just outside her window. And on that branch sat a beautiful bird that sang a most lovely song every morning. She found herself looking forward to the song each day and would leave her...
By: G E Barr
Karl Heinrich Marx was born in Trier on the river in Germany on May 5, 1818. His lineage was heavily rabbi. His father was a lawyer and agreed to be baptised Protestant so that he would not lose his job. It is very important for...
Colors: Symbolism and psychological effects
By: Alizah Grace
The Magic Science of RedWhat is it about red that hypnotically captivates the eye? The vibrancy of our world is always momentarily paused at the sight of this gravitational color. Distinctly empowering and sensually mesmerizing, red has that subliminal tendency to enthrall the senses.It...
The Auca indians
By: William Cobbs
About fifty years ago, I was recuperating from an insignifcant illness, and very restless in my Chicago apartment bed. Reading the Wall-Street Journal, I came upon a small ad: HUGE LANDSITES FOR SALE IN BRAZIL. I phoned the given number, and found that the Brazilian...
The psychological approach to success
By: Kristal Mcvicar
We invariably are, who and what we believe ourselves to be. Although we are all born with certain strengths and weaknesses, barring some intellectual or physical disabilities, we all have the power within to be as successful as we want to be in life. All...
Thor Heyerdahl: His amazing voyages
By: Jennifer Bunn
Thor Heyerdahl: Modern-Day ColumbusBorn in 1914 in Lanvik, Norway, Thor Heyerdahl exhibited a precocious interest in nature and animal life. As a child, he created a small museum in his home. Educated at the University of Oslo, he majored in zoology and geography. Heyerdahl mounted...
By: Ashley Clermont
Color Psychology and Symbols When you start talking about color symbols and color psychology, you start down a long road of debate between psychologists and color consultants.Many color theorists throughout history have tried to assign certain colors to human emotions. Simply put, they felt...

 

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