What is biological psychology?
By: Mary Tyrer
Darwin is one of the early scientists who would make the connection between biology and psychology, although not given the name biological psychologist. Darwin made a connection and referred to biological psychology “instinct for survival.” Darwin spoke of evolution and the importance of...
By: Ganelle Davis
My fear of death stemmed from the unknown. Was there really a Heaven and Hell? Would death be painful? I knew, I would miss my family, perchance my fear was that they may not miss me and they would carry on as though I was...
By: Sherryl Craig
Social Influence in Our Daily LivesIn most all cultures society as a whole has set norms or principles of behavior that are usually expected of most people. These norms or set principles of behavior have been handed down from generation to generation through one of...
Carl G. Jung: Archetypes of the collective unconscious
By: Carole Somerville
Carl Jung was born in Switzerland in 1875. His father was a parson and although he had an intense interest in philosophy, Jung entered university as a student of science and later decided to study medicine. It was psychology he finally opted for as this...
Labeling theory in juvenile delinquency: An evaluation
By: Elizabeth Kells
Labeling Theory is a social process theory that focuses on the interaction between individuals and society. This theory assumes that it is probable that every person can commit criminal acts. According to the labeling theory, a person is more apt to commit acts that go...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) had significant education in the biological sciences, and was in fact a neurologist. The intellectual atmosphere of the time favored the influences of biological factors as the prime, or even sole influences and motivating factors in human behavior. Biology, in other words...
Is psychology really scientific?
By: Adele Gregory
The formal study we call psychology today is just over a hundred years old. In its infancy, its theories were often based on observation and deduction, but over the years, it turned instead to evidence, experiment and the rigors of the scientific method. Contemporary psychology...
How to tell if you're lazy
By: MADphilips
“Anyone is lazy who expects change without action; anyone is lazy who expects change with the same action; anyone is lazy who expects change without intelligent action; anyone is lazy whose actions doesn’t yield measurable outcomes!” Have you ever wondered within yourself...
By: Elizabeth M Young
We tend to think of orthodox Christians as oddly dressed and mysterious Russians and Greeks who practice their religious beliefs in the churches as they were before the rise to power and evolution of the Catholic church; and of Catholics as the orthodoxy that existed...
Understanding the state of consciousness
By: Steve Dupere - 355538
It is the syncopation of each level of intuitive-being (intuition) that brings about harmonious living as a cumulative effect - the culmination of both cause and effect as a synchronizing ends-means. Each prior moment is as but a means of subsequent living built upon the...

 

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