By: Paul Diver
We have all experienced what it is like to take an instant dislike to someone.I have done this many times before and often think about why we do this.Considering how many layers there are to a personality and that it is possibleto know...
By: Charles Rogers
"According to Carl Rogers, all humans, as well as all other living organisms, have an innate need to survive, grow, and enhance themselves" (Hergenhahn & Olson, 2007, p.438). This statement enforces the meaning behind the humanistic school of thought, that all humans are born...
By: Ray Burke
The Archaeology of Lake Baikal:Lake Baikal located in Siberia, is about 636 km long, 80 km wide and at 1,620 meters, nearly a mile deep, is the world's deepest lake. Compared to the other great lakes of the world, Lake Baikal contributes approximately 20...
New sociology: How buildings can affect the way people act
By: Bridget Webber
At first glance, the idea that buildings can affect the way people act may seem bizarre, however, sociology has bought to light new information, regarding how humans react to their surroundings, which may have a huge impact on on the future of architecture and housing...
What is the difference between a superiority complex and high self esteem?
By: Bridget Webber
There is a marked difference between a superiority complex and high self esteem. If you have high self esteem, you are lucky to be able to enjoy a far more balanced perspective about the world and your place in it, than if you had a...
What is cognitive psychology?
By: K. L. Hosking
Cognitive psychology is the study of brain processes concerning learning, memory, language and speech. The ways people acquire information, retain it and convey it can vary greatly from one person to the next. Studying cognitive psychology allows scientists to understand behaviors that occur because of...
Anthropology of religion explained
By: Alicia Alligood
I have actually taken an anthropology course entitled "Magic, Religion and Science," which did a great job of introducing primary topics in the anthropology of religion.It is important to first understand that today's meaning of "religion" is a very recent term in human...
What's your greatest fear?
By: Katie Mcgreal
Feel the fear and do it anyway Live life to the full Don't be scared I grew up hearing these phrases and maybe not as a direct result but definitely part of the result was that I am scared of just about everythingthat and I...
Uncovering the significance of dreams
By: Christine G.
Dream studies around the world indicate that virtually everyone dreams about performing sexual acts. This fact shocks those who believe sexual expression is immoral. It may disturb those who fear that erotic dream images indicate that they are dissatisfied with the sexual experiences they have...
Introduction to research methods in psychology
By: Quinn Peterson
Research methodology is the backbone of psychology. In order to test new and existing theories and ideas, one must adhere to psychology research principles. These principles, when followed have helped evolve psychology into a well respected discipline.While psychology is not considered a "hard" science...

 

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