Research on the personality traits of stalkers
By: Tami Port MS
A recent study compared coeds' assessment of personality traits of those they perceived as stalkers and of partners in a 'normal' relationship. Here's what they found.* What Is Stalking? *Stalking, a crime of obsession, is often associated with different types of psychopathology, typically an...
When and when not to think logically
By: Larry Lounsbury
Logic ahead of its time? Pure Logic can not always be used because of its denial by the masses. The dangers of introducing something which could economically or politically devastate a country is often a barrier. While the conclusion makes complete sense, its introduction as...
By: Can Tran
Interestingly enough, there is a correlation between the rate of crime and the current state of the economy. There are so many examples to use in pointing out the relationship between economics and crime. The primary example would be the economy in general taking a...
Is Cryptozoology a Valid Science
By: T. Scott Randolph
Cryptozoology is a branch of study that specializes in the study of hidden animals. In other words, it is the search for animals that have not necessarily been seen by the general public or accepted by the "accredited" zoologists. There are many such creatures that...
By: Cody Hodge
What are the elements of religion? There are a few things that separate a religion from any other group of people who are merely fighting for a cause. A religion is something that exists because of a spiritual need to connect to a higher power...
What is intellectualization?
By: Steve Marshall
Intellectualising and philosophizing too much, or even just thinking about something too much, and not acting from complete love in any situation is usually related in some way to our fears. It is a sort of a defence mechanism being constructed by our ego to...
Shopping the blues away
By: Gabrielle Schrader
Dozens of people everyday shop their blues away. They walk down aisles looking at window displays or browse through the racks at their favorite stores. Some visit malls and shopping centers they've never been to before. Just take a look at the recent movie release...
Are people with a vivid imagination ... crazy?
By: Kris Kennedy
Vivid Imagination Many say intelligence and sanity lay close together, but does not creativity require imagination. If you cannot imagine it, you cannot make it so. Art Requires ImaginationThe art medium of this generation is the motion picture or visual arts. All this comes from...
Indiana Jonesgoodbad for Archaeology
By: Morton Mcinvale
As avid an Indiana Jones fan as they come (I still wear his brown fedora- courtesy of Disney world -, and listen to the John Williams theme song whenever my cell phone rings), nevertheless, I must reluctantly admit: Indiana Jones is bad for archaeology. As...
The positive effects of learning music
By: Peter Scott
Music is known as an international language - it can be understood by everyone of any age. Since it can exist at different levels of understanding, it is ideal for a wide range of people, young and old. It encourages teamwork, counting, co-ordination and listening...

 

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