By: Elizabeth M Young
Technology is a resource that becomes quickly tested for use in unexpected areas as soon as it becomes fully capable. When internet technology became more accessible for the masses, the components also became useful for the social scientist. When computers became data processing machines of...
By: Elizabeth M Young
It is apparently not possible to test intelligence in ways that truly identify innate abilities. There is no way for an individual who has not taken many math courses to test well in mathematics reasoning, indicating that it is not innate mathematical abilities that are...
Human consistency in social psychology
By: Robert Grice
HUMAN CONSISTENCY IN SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY What is social psychology? Gordon Allport (1985) described social psychology as using scientific methodology to understand how the feelings, thoughts, and behaviors of individuals are influenced by the actual or imagined presence and actions of others. Social psychology considers group...
Why anxiety or stress can be beneficial to an individual
By: Judith Zoglio
Anxiety or stress can be beneficial to people Anxiety and stress has proven to be very beneficial to individuals in a variety of ways. In the following examples I will show how an airline pilot used an elevated stress level to keep his skills and...
Are teenage girls in a large family more at risk of indulging in antisocial behaviors?
By: Purrie Graham
How could my daughter be in danger? I know what they are doing. How could have I not seen this coming? These are questions that are all too commonly asked. All parents know what their daughters are up too right? Sadly, this is not the...
Jungian Psychology
By: Mat Hudson
Carl Gustav Jung was a strange melancholic child who had no brothers or sisters until he was nine, so he played his own imaginary games. Jung was born in 1875 in Kesswill, Switzerland, the only son of a Swiss Reformed Church Evangelical minster. The family...
Comparing IQ between different social groups, races and cultures: Are some groups more intelligent than others?
By: Elizabeth M Young
In terms of social groups, ersatz racial classifications or cultures, there are no indications that social categorization is a determinant of intelligence or innate cognitive ability. Three factors affect intelligence, physiological makeup and the facilities of the brain; the type of education that is required...
By: Judy Pedraza
Fear can leave you paralyzed. It can also get so overwhelming that it can interfere with your daily life. This feeling affects people of all ages and from all walks of life. If you are dealing with fear, you should try your best to overcome...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The fallacy of the heap involves continuum. A heap can be two grains of rice or all the rice in the world. If one more grain is added to a pile of rice that is called a heap, is the pile no longer a heap...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Conspiracies exist when groups as small as two individuals or whole governments work together to conceal actions which might be illegal, beyond their lawful authority, or destructive of others. Individuals can be arrested on conspiracy charges in most countries, even when they have not actually...

 

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