By: Robert Grice
WHAT IS COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY? How does the brain work? Cognitive psychology is devoted to the study of mental processes. The field merges philosophy and physiology. The approach tends to be naturalistic in that mental processes are assumed to be the product of biochemical and evolutionary...
Evolution theory and America's crisis in education
By: James Bowles - 448482
Date line August 25th, 2009, a feature article on CNN reads: "U.S. students fall behind international counterparts in math and science .." The article goes on to say that in math U.S. students placed in the bottom quarter of the countries that participated...
By: Paul Schingle
This is a very specific kind of doctor and any patient who sees an analyst would, I presume, have an inordinately difficult time dealing with his/her death. This kind of patient is not going to want to hear my advice, but here it is anyway-get...
By: Brittany Murrietta
Too often are love and romantic love confused to be one of the same, this is a pity because not only are they not on the same level,they are part of completely different worlds and cause emotion and state of rationality to be altered...
How words hurt
By: Kelbra Fleiss
Win the Battle Against Words That Hurt “Being hurt by someone you truly care about leaves a hole in your heart that only love can fill.” is an anonymous quote. The accumulation of words that hurt can destroy your ego and break your...
By: Ryan Gray
Unfortunately, the amount of time I spend in a happy state of mind is much smaller these days than it was five years ago. Back then I had a full-time job that I really enjoyed and could drive. The family's financial state wasn't outstanding by...
By: Barry Williams
The human being is subject to a variety of emotions. If everyone went around all day and night in a continual state of happiness then it would indeed be a strange world. It is natural to feel and express the whole gamut of emotions...
At which ages are humans most vulnerable?
By: Carol Gioia
Humans have a wide range of vulnerabilities that can affect them at various ages and stages of life. Two major issues that leave human beings vulnerable are poverty and chronic illness. The vulnerable could potentially be the most fragile in society; the very old and...
By: Elizabeth M Young
It is a common myth that disputes arise in social networking because of the lack of human physiological referents: the raised brow, the smile, or even the look in the eye that signals a joke or sarcasm. The reality is that an individual's "voice" can...
Scientific perspectives on anarchism
By: Timothy Reaves
David Graeber argues for the development of a novel, or somewhat novel approach to Anarchist theory in his long pamphlet called Fragments of an Anarchist Anthropology. Anthropologists, he notes, are the people who interact on a daily basis with contemporary anarchist societies. Yet they are...

 

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