Uncovering the significance of dreams
By: James Dubreze
How do we interpret our dreams? Dreams are mental processes, symbol representation of thoughts conveyed by our subconscious minds. We all dream, but we don't all remember our dreams, and those of us who do, remember them because it's a precautious dream or because of...
Yanomami and the blood of their ancestors
By: Ashley Podplesky
The following is a paper I wrote for my anthropology class about the struggles the Yanomami are facing to regain the blood of their ancestors. This is just an introduction, and I strongly recommend finding out more about this dire situation. We want the blood...
By: Tarek Musslimani
Alfred Adler was a leader in the social psychoanalytic movement. In this respect he has several followers such as Karen Horney and Eric Erikson. In this respect also he deviated from Sigmund Freud who looked at the personality as divided between opposing forces such as...
By: G E Barr
Ecological Medical Anthropology In basic terms, Ecological Medical Anthropology is a branch of anthropology which focuses on health and preventive wisdom, having studied the "organism", or person's relationship within their environment. In terms of a medical anthropology, it only makes sense to consider the person's...
Why is race a myth?
By: Parker Stegmaier
Introduction Race has been one of the most influential issues in American society since its beginning. The purpose of this essay is to explore how race as a social construction came to be, my own experiences with race, and whether or not we are living...
Overview of Sigmund Freud classical psychoanalysis
By: Tarek Musslimani
Sigmund Freud was born in 1856 in Austria to a jewish family. He was trained as a physician at the University of Vienna. His speciality was in neurology. In addition, he has worked as a psychiatrist and has seen many psychiatric patients during his medical...
By: Tarek Musslimani
Carl Jung was born in Switzerland in 1875, and was trained as physician there. He is one of the followers of Sigmund Freud and was influenced by his ideas especially the interpretation of dreams. Jung departed later from Freud and made his own discipline in...
By: John Traveler
Religion of one type or another, has been a part of the cultural fabric of human societies well back into the murky epochs of prehistory. The Teutonic funnel beaker people buried their folk in graves stocked with pottery and provisions for the afterlife and adorned...
Yanomami and the blood of their ancestors
By: Sylvia Smith
Throughout time it's been a difficult challenge to make a change in our world today. We have learned that through spreading the word and getting support from our fellow citizens can help determined if that change can be made. Many of times while walking around...
By: Paul Schingle
While appearing to be similar, this question is asking about two different things. It's asking a lot to have anyone sum up these concepts from a psychological perspective in about 400 words. But, my guess is, most writers, like me, enjoy a challenge, so...

 

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