Criminals in society: Looking for solutions
By: Donald Rahrer
How to Challenge the Thinking Process of a Criminal Thinker In a past article, How to Identify a Criminal Thinker?, it was noted that criminal thinker's are special and unique individuals as well as clever masters of deceit. But, ironically, they can be expected...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Substance disorders are defined in two categories: abuse and dependency. Substance is defined as "...that which produces a high, alters senses or otherwise affects functioning" 1 Common substances are alcohol, caffeine, nicotine, marijuana, heroin, inhalants, Special-K (a veterinary drug called Ketamine)and Crack Cocaine. For...
By: Al Harven Sr
Article: The Four Humors of Human Personality The purpose of this article is to discuss the origin and basic development and structure of human Personality. The Four Humors/Temperaments or Personality Traits are considered ancient indicators for diseases of the body, behaviors of individuals, and emotional...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Originally, a classifying system for mental disorders was needed. In the Census of the 1840s, the classification system was called "idiocy/insanity"! There were seven categories which included melancholia, mania, monomania,paresis,dipsomania, epilepsy and dementia. In the early 1900s the American Psychiatric association and a...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The substance disorders are those where ingesting substances that alter mood, thinking, functioning or behavior. Most induce some form of euphoria or escape from the problems and pressures of life. There are two classes of disorder: abuse and addiction. In abuse, the use of the...
Fatal love: The psychological disorder Hybristophilia
By: Love Arthistory
What is it? Hybristophiliacs are people who are sexually aroused and attracted to people who have committed cruel, gruesome crimes such as murder and rape. It occurs more often in women than in men. There are two categories of hybristophiliacs: 1) Passive Hybristophilia Every year...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disordershas its origins in the military system for classifying disorders, and evolved into a manual that has coordination with other systems and manuals. The DSM-5 already has one major change: No more roman numerals! This revision will eventually...
Cryptozoology
By: Nick Ford
In pure scientific terms cryptozoology is not a valid science. Taken literally, cryptozoology is the study of hidden animals. It is very difficult to reconcile scientific method with sometthing so speculative. First, we probably all have different thoughts of what constitutes science. To some it...
By: Paul Schingle
I guess my question is why is this even up for debate? Does anyone in the world question the cause-effect relationship between parental attentiveness and behavior? In some ways this is very obvious, but I think there are even more subtle things parents do (or...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Anxiety disorders are the most common of the psychiatric disorders. They involve about 40 million American adults during a given year. It makes sense that anxiety disorders would be on the rise during times of increased economic and natural disaster, wars, terrorism, crime, and other...

 

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