Social and organizational differences between Protestant denominations
By: Dr. G. A. Anderson
The differences between social and organizational systems in Protestant denominations is quite clear to most people who have shopped around for a new church or a new denomination. Protestants, in general, are very socially active in their churches, but there are differences in the ways...
By: Darian Peters
Hybristophilia is a psychological disorder that involves a sexual attraction to those who have performed atrocities such as serial killers, for example. It is also known as Bonnie and Clyde syndrome and can see the person contact the criminal and even marry them. Examples of...
What is the relationship between production and reproduction?
By: James Johnson
Production Can be defined as the generation of artifacts, ideas or knowledge. This can be in the form of physical goods such as farm crops, metals or even buildings. Reproduction is more basic, it is making duplicates of our selves, in reference to cultures it...
Psychological perspectives on free will vs. determinism and nature v. nurture
By: Joss Teller
A New school year has just begun and already children are being suspended. At one particular local school two grade 12 students were suspended for paddling a grade 9 as an initiation. The same thing happened in the woods off of school grounds and the...
How self-image can be a problem in a relationship
By: Cody Hodge
When you are in a relaitonship, it isn't necessarily the most important thing to be liked by the other person, but it is important that you are comfrotable in the relationship. Sure, you need to be on the same page as your partner when you...
By: Helium01
Classical conditioning explained Has your dog ever run into the kitchen when you opened the cupboard because he expected a treat? Or perhaps you've cringed at the thought of touching a doorknob on those days that you've been shocked a few times? Those are just...
Aquatic ape hypothesis: Did early human evolution include an aquatic phase?
By: Jon Clark
There are a few bits of evidence that point to there having been a phase in human evolution in which we were mainly or partly aquatic. First of all, you can take a look at aquatic mammals such as the seal and the walrus to...
How self-image can be a problem in a relationship
By: Jon Clark
Your self image is your picture of yourself - including your self esteem - your body self image - overall what you think you are worth as a person. It is obvious that your self image is going to have a major effect on your...
Human sexuality
By: Author Name Withheld 161
Among the many aspects of human life, sexuality is one of the most important. It pertains to marriage, economic and kinship ties, identity, and satisfaction. Most people acquire some level of sexual experience at some point during their lives; and, while the physical satisfaction is...
The process theories of motivation
By: Muhammad Ansar
According to process theories of motivation, motivation is a cognitive rational process and concentrates on psychological and behavioral processes that motivate an individual. Main process theories include Vroom's Expectancy Theory, Adams Equity Theory and Handy's Motivation Calculus. Vroom's Expectancy Theory Individuals have their own...

 

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