What is emotional intelligence?
By: A.J. Rusli
The topic of Emotional Intelligence (EI) has never failed to attract attention, and this is based on the popular assumption that emotion is the antithesis of intelligence. In each one’s life, there has surely been at least one occasion where one has been told...
By: Michele Van Pelt
Most would agree that children develop through a series of stages until they reach adulthood. As children make this progression from infant to adult, they are continuously strengthening their thought processes which include the ability to remember information, solve problems and make decisions. According to...
By: Lian Slayford-Wei
An Introduction to Buddhist Archaeology Buddhism is a religion that has millions of followers all around the world. It grew out of India sometime around the 6th century BCE from the historic person, Siddhartha Gautama. He was born in Lumbini (modern day Nepal) overlooking the...
By: Elizabeth M Young
A depressive disorder will involve "episodes", such as hypomanic, manic, mixed and major depressive episodes. The major depressive episode is more a part or a description of part of the overall disorder rather than a disorder in its own right. The major depressive episode meets...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The common understanding of bipolar disorders comes from the swings in "mood" from depressed to manic, but the disorders involve much more. There are four major conditions that may be involved with bipolar disorders: major depression, manic episodes, hypomanic episodes, and mixed episodes. There are...
How to use a timer to end procrastination
By: Emma Larkins
Procrastination can be a dangerous beast, luring you away from difficult, important, and possibly life-changing activities with false promises and empty words. Learn to tame the beast by using a simple tool - a timer. Here are the tools you will need: a timer (an...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Verbal abuse is becoming more obvious every day. It is not that the abuse is necessarily on the increase, but that education programs that have allowed more people to recognize abuse when it is being done. Any abuse is about domination and control by one...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Cocaine is a powder that is crystalline in nature. It is produced from the coca plant, and produces euphoric episodes. The side effects, however, are serious. Crack is cocaine that comes in a more rocky form. Once ingested, it produces a shorter, but more intense...
By: Elizabeth M Young
There are many studies of political movements and the related individual and interpersonal psychology of such. Early theories focused on the quest for power and control. Later theories focused on subsets of the generally satisfied populace which set out to contribute to specific causes or...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Psychiatry has been in charge of anxiety disorders since the end of the 19th century. Now there is a huge array of various anxiety disorders, which range from generalized anxiety disorder to panic disorder, phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorders and even separation anxiety. Some...

 

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