Is Indiana Jones Bad for Archaeology
By: Ray Burke
Is Indiana Jones Bad for Archaeology?:Archaeology is the search for facts...forget about lost cities and exotic travel...' so said Indiana Jones in the film Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989). Yet the last part of that sentence typifies Indiana Jones and...
By: Dr. G. A. Anderson
One of the dangers of our world today is group-think. It occurs as a person lets identification with a group cloud their reasoning and deliberations when reaching a position on a given issue. At best, it is a rhetorical device. At it's worst, it can...
By: Pat Lunsford
How to tell when somebody is lying has been studied by many Psychologists such as Dr. Derren Brown. Brown has developed a very useful system called Neuro-Linguistic Programming, (eye accessing cues). This system has been proven effective in determining whether or not a person is...
What's your greatest fear?
By: Shawna Blake
I am famous for my worrying skills. Perhaps it's because I have issues with anxiety, but I usually automatically assume the worst about things. I also have a very good imagination, so atop of my unfair worrying, my mind races to create new, unusual things...
By: Jyoti Pandey
Sometime back, I came across a statement which goes like " living a fantasy is better than living an act" What exactly does it mean!? I was bewildered for a moment thinking why are people so afraid of facing the reality? Why do they fancy...
By: Catie Kennedy
Dreams can be like shooting stars, vivid one second yet disappearing in an instant.While dreams can sometimes seem quite real, they are nothing more than a sequence of thoughts, images, and sensations that pass through the mind when sleeping. Despite this simple definition, dreams...
By: Nick Norton
According to recent research taken by demographers, Japan has always had problems with its population. In 91 B.C. researchers believe that Japan had a very high population and was worried about using up their resources. But, despite their attempts to decrease their population by...
By: C.J. Dawson
The Roaring Beast In Robert Louis Stevenson's Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde "the other" of the archetypal quest is very significant. In many quest stories, "the other" is a different person from the hero who tries to deflect the noble efforts of the hero. In...
By: Nadia Ghanny
Revised April 25, 2011: According to the Oxford dictionary, the negative person is defined as someone who is ‘habitually depressed,’ ‘pessimistic’ and ‘contemptuous.’ It would not matter, where, who and what this person encounters, they will often be in a...
By: Rocket
When discussing mother-infant attachment we are discussing the various theories surrounding it. Freud was the first to claim that the attachment between mother and infant was the most important factor determining future behavior of human beings. But in brief, he claimed that the closer and...

 

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