Freud's famous theory
By: Bob Seery
If anything identifies Freud as an innovative thinker it is his claim that there is an 'unconscious' mind which importantly can be observed and understood using scientific methods - of which, more later. Many other thinkers such as William James had already used the term...
By: Suzanne Rose
Your shopping behavior will vary based on a variety of different factors. It is useful to be aware of these factors so that if you want to change your behavior you will be able to do so. The following are some things that may play...
Factors that influence personality
By: Mary Tyrer
A Personality is the characteristics and patterns of feelings, thoughts, and behaviors, which make a person exceptional, one of a kind and exclusive to his or herself. Personality originates within an individual and remains consistent throughout life. Personality psychologists can interest distinctive characteristics of individuals...
Does mental illness exist?
By: J. James
Mental illness is a very real condition, brought on by many factors; both emotional and physical. Also, a segment of society is biased towards those who suffer from this disease; because of that fact, this article attempts to address the issue of; “Is mental...
How forensic anthropologists collect evidence
By: Frances Stanford
The discovery of bones is an occasion that calls for the expertise of a forensic anthropologist. One of the most popular TV shows featuring this class of professionals is aptly named “Bones.” Although one cannot take everything seen on this show at face...
By: Charles Ray
Religion is at its heart a cultural system. It is a system of symbols formulating a concept of a general order of existence for mankind, which establish powerful motivations adding an aura of reality to those things beyond normal human comprehension. It was once generally...
Assessing your own self worth
By: Clare Sharples
Have you ever tried asking your employer how much you are worth? They would most likely say '50k' or '70k' or '150k'. They are telling you you are worth what they are willing to pay you.Do you feel like you are worth more? Of...
By: Elizabeth M Young
By discussing poverty levels as opposed of individual cases of poverty, the aggregated consequences of individual and group problems must be considered. Also, there are national or regional situations that affect all in the area. There are wars and natural disasters, for example, that can...
By: Patrick Stephen Baker
The fact that we humans are different from our ape cousins is self evident. We have bigger brains, walk upright and we make and use tools. But ever since the publication in 1871 of Charles Darwin’s “The Descent of Man” the question was...
Indiana Jones Archaeology does Indiana Jones Give Archaeology a Bad name
By: T. Scott Randolph
While I have voted yes that Indiana Jones is bad for archaeology it is a double edged sword. When you have a young student that wants to be an archaeologist, they watch the various movies and believe that is what archaeology is all about. They...

 

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