Colors: Symbolism and psychological effects
By: Carolyn Tytler
Ancient civilizations, the Chinese, the Egyptians, and the East Indians used colours to promote health and well-being. Researchers are currently engaged in rediscovering colour therapy to relieve ailments such as stress, exhaustion, sleep and eating disorders and hormonal imbalances. Here is a list of...
By: Avril Defleurey
Antisemitism, also spelled anti-semitism or anti-Semitism; also known as Judaeophobia (Judaeo means Jewish) - is hostility towards Jewish people, or prejudice. Somebody who is prejudice usually has a preconceived, negative judgment of persons or a group. The word Semite includes all persons supposedly descended...
By: Avril Defleurey
Archaeology is the study of human history and prehistory through the excavation of sites and the analysis of the physical remains. Computational archaeology - Is computer-based analytical or investigative (enquiring intensely into) methods for the study of long-term human behaviour and behavioural evolution. Analytical...
Understanding the psychology behind anger management
By: Siew Cheng Hoe
You have the right to feel angry. You have the right to get angry with people who hurt you. Having the right to get angry does not mean that you can kill the people who hurt you. Anger is a very strong emotion. People kill...
By: Aleggs Sander
Unhappiness is the result of the human being seeking to grasp something that they do not yet fully understand. But it must not be denied that external circumstances play a large role in people's happiness. Too many people see "happiness" as the goal of life...
By: Janet Farricelli CPDT-KA
Pornography: while many years ago, in order to watch porn one would have to put a bit of dignity aside, gain some courage and enter a porn movie rental shop, nowadays, pornography is easily accessible with the click of a mouse. This has caused a...
Jungian Psychology
By: Norman Munro
Carl Jung - the Grand Old Man of Psychology. Born near Lake Constance in 1875, Carl Jung became, along with Freud and Adler, one of the three founding fathers of modern psychological thought. As a child, Jung had strange and disturbing dreams, full of...
Overcrowded prisons: Analysis and solutions
By: Simonne Liberty
Prison overcrowding has become the sin of leaders and law makers who have taken it upon themselves to play God. When politicians worked hand-in-hand with the top dogs of business, the corruptions that played out led to a wave of manipulation, to put fear in...
By: Norman Munro
Transactional Analysis, developed by Eric Berne, is a commonly used approach to therapy, which has been around since the 1950's, and is still developing today. TA is based upon the idea that our psyche functions from three basic states, which Berne called Parent, Adult...
Archaeological sites: 'Ain Ghazal
By: Todd Hicks
Is archaeology one of the fields you possess a serious interest in? Do you get a thrill out of learning things about various archaeological sites? Have you heard about Ain Ghazal? By reading this article, you will ascertain some very interesting insight about Ain Ghazal...

 

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