Differences between Freud & Jung
By: Adriana Tanese-Nogueira
A man walks down a road and meets two men. The first one asks him where he is coming from. The second, where he is going to. They are Freud and Jung. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939), the founder of the psychoanalysis, grew to his theory through...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Anyone who has gone on tours of European and American sites has felt the change in their own behavior, mood and activity when entering and leaving certain buildings. The awe, reverence and restriction of noise and activity when entering the great museums and cathedrals is...
The psychological meaning of extrovertion and introversion
By: Rosa Belkadi
Introversion and extroversion are terms often used to categorize people’s general personality and intrinsic behavior. They were first introduced by Carl Jung through his personality theory and analytical psychology for which he is notably known for. In effect, he classified people as having two...
Natural tendancies discussed
By: Youngbear Roth
"I have no lips. Have you noticed? I mean, in the last five years they've disappeared." He coughed leaning back in his chair. "It's because I'm old." Joshua scratched at restaurant utensils, staring at worn fingers and dried cuticles. "I never noticed it...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Crowd control is a process that has no singular purpose, goal, set of conditions or even similarities that call for a singular set of plans or responses. Even crowds at entertainment and sports venues, where participants have paid quite a lot of money and are...
How to suppress bad thoughts
By: Jimmy Nightingale
Think back to the last time you had a bad thought. The person who cut you off in traffic, a rebuke from your boss, your child being bullied at school (or worse still, you get the dreaded call that your child is the one doing...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The past teaches us much about the present and even the future whether we learn from it or not. Whether discussing the Kobe earthquake or the Katrina disaster in New Orleans, the catastrophic nature of the Haiti earthquake or the slow and treacherous nature of...
Intelligence
By: Coryse Seepersad
Is Intelligence Primarily Inherited Intelligence has been defined as problem-solving skills and the ability to learn from and adapt to life’s everyday experiences (Santrock, 2008). Whether such skills and abilities are attributable to genetic or hereditary influences (nature) or experiential or environment influences (nurture)...
By: Elizabeth M Young
A joke is going around about independent voters. If they ever become a party, then they are no longer independent, are they? But the truth is that the growth in numbers of voters who do not support the overall platform of any of the major...
What is archetypal psychology?
By: Adriana Tanese-Nogueira
It’s a psychology focused on archetypes that looks at the individual’s behavior and personality through the lens of primordial images archetypes. Each person’s psyche comes from a common background, the collective or universal unconsciousness where are imprinted some basic aspects of humanity...

 

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