The origins of psychology
By: Barbaraanne Helberg
Analyzing the Psychological Impact of Memory and ResponsesMemory and incidents combine to invoke psychological responses in the human mind. Remembering days of infamy may have violent results in the individual, or render him catatonic; he may, however, experience catharsis. Responses to stimuli, horrific, or positive...
The archaeological history of Wisconsin indians
By: Trisha Orlando
THE VERY BEGINNING10,000 years ago, Paleoindians wandered into the land which would become known as Wisconsin. They came hunting in search of the woolly mammoth, mastodon, and bison. The vegetation on the land was increasing into an abundant crop as the glaciers started moving...
Investigating the relationship between age and intelligence
By: Dr Roxanne Lewis
When exploring the relationship between age and intelligence it is important to understand that we are comparing two very amorphous concepts. When we talk about age we can be talking about biological age, mental age, epoch, historical milieau, or the passage of time. When we...
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The word hypnosis, first coined by James Braid and implying that the subject goes into some kind of magical sleep whereby they will do as they are instructed, gives an very inaccurate description of what hypnosis actually is. The subject does not go into any...
By: G E Barr
THAT MYSTERIOUS KNOWING THINGIt is said that intelligence is inherited from the mother. Still there are others who insist that intelligence is not inherited. The debate goes on.I don't know if intelligence as a developed and continuous level can be developed. But then again...
What is the emotional intelligence quotient (EQ)?
By: Heidi Attir
IQ (Intelligence Quotient) is used to measure a person's intellect - or their ability to reason, to solve problems and to think creatively and artistically. EQ (Emotional Quotient), on the other hand, is a measure of a person's ability to appropriately react in social situations...
Which came first Language and Culture
By: June Cheatwood
Language came first, for obvious reasons. For one, it is instinctive for both humans and the lower animals to communicate, even creatures as far down the scale as ants; or even a human child reared with no experience of human culture. Recent research delineated, for...
By: Cathleene Filmore
The Psychoanalytic Approach The Psychoanalytic Approach to psychology is rooted in the theory that behavior is merely a symptom of an underlying cause. Psychoanalytic theories are among the oldest in psychology with the most famous and respected theories being those of the great Sigmund Freud...
Written Text will Survive
By: Brian Harrington
There can be no real question as to whether or not written communication will continue to be used as an indemniable link between people all over the globe for as long as we as a species continue to exist as sentient beings on this planet...
What is evolution?
By: Randy Goggin
Intelligently Defining Evolution byRandy GogginEvolution is of course one of the most controversial words in the English language. It is also one of the most misused words. Most people familiar with YouTube have seen the "Evolution of Dance", an entertaining video in which a dancer...

 

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