What do dreams about snakes mean?
By: Bridget Webber
Snakes slithering through dreams, sliding along hallways, twisting around branches, their forked tongues flitting in and out of their mouths; what does it all mean? Many people have disturbing or happy dreams. The underlying interpretation for any one of such dreams tends to relate to...
Introduction to the Stone Age
By: Dawn Lioutas
The advantages and disadvantages of Monte Verde which was a Paleolithic society and Jarmo which was a Neolithic society on opposite sides of the world are evident through such things as farming, heating, housing and traveling. Monte Verde situated on the Chinchihaupi Creekon of the...
Explanation of the four sub-fields of anthropology
By: D. Vogt
The social science of anthropology is conventionally divided into four major sub-fields, each of which has different theoretical frameworks and methodologies from the others: social anthropology and cultural anthropology; archaeology; biological anthropology and physical anthropology; and linguistic anthropology. Overall, anthropology bills itself as the study...
Verbal abuse and its effect on self esteem
By: Marcia J. Kenyon
Every time someone is verbally abused, whether occasionally or regularly, it chips away at their confidence and diminishes their spirit. Verbal abuse can take place anywhere from the playground to the workplace, home to the street and nobody is immune from encountering it. As adults...
Why anxiety or stress can be beneficial to an individual
By: Richard Leigh
Whilst extreme anxiety or stress will impact negatively upon a person, in some instances anxiety or stress can actually be beneficial to the individual. When feeling anxious we tend to be more alert, more aware of things around us and therefore better able to respond...
By: Gabe
Lucid dreaming is the act of becoming conscious within a dream. You can become lucid in a dream spontaneously or by falling asleep with the intention to do so. The primary characteristic of a lucid dream is realizing you are dreaming while being able to...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The overwhelming process of nations that once were stable, turning to a state of revolution and turnover of government is going on today. From the most misunderstood of relationships between tea and revolution in America; cake and revolution in France; and happy workers and revolution...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The impulse control disorders are those which involve behavior that provides some satisfaction in the short term, but which causes negative or even extremely harmful outcomes in the longer term. Most impulse control disorders involve repeated failure to "get it" that the behavior is wrong...
How to interpret a nightmare
By: Bridget Webber
Nightmares are frightening because they have the power to tap in to deep emotions, living in our subconscious. Because we think with different parts of our brain when asleep, our nightmares and dreams are not literal, like our waking thoughts. They are representations, often in...
By: Elizabeth M Young
When the exceedlingly rare exhibition of the recovered treasures of Dresden, Germany, were brought to America for a tour, an unprecedented view of the high culture of Germany, especially of the elites and the artistic elites was revealed for the public to see. From a...

 

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