The importance of public transportation
By: Dyan Kristine Miranda
A US Congressman once proclaimed that, “There can be no doubt that the transportation sector is the most critical sector of our economy.” I know exactly what he means. In this day and age, access to transportation is considered a necessity. Public transportation...
Factors that influence shopping behaviors
By: Theresa Ann White
Are you a spendthrift or a tightwad? According to an expert in the theory of consumer shopping, these two descriptions can affect how much you spend on your shopping trips. But these characteristics are significantly influenced by the idea of a “purchase pain” threshold...
By: Rianne Hill Soriano
For the many centuries of researching about pyramids, there are still a number of concerns and issues archaeologists face in their excavation projects. Although most people assume that excavation is always a priority choice by many archaeologists studying pyramids, it is not actually the case...
Understanding the seven perspectives of modern psychology
By: Courtney Lopez
Psychology focuses on the study of the individual's personality, emotions, and behavior. People, however, are born with different aspects of social lifestyles and life in general. Psychologists have found a simpler way to differentiate these personalities: By breaking down these aspects into seven, distinct perspectives...
By: Patrick Sills
There would be no correlation whatsoever between smoking and being labeled as a “bad employee” if it weren’t for the fact that we now live in a society where smokers are now second-class citizens. Thanks to an ongoing campaign of social engineering based...
Change and how people deal with it
By: Christyl Rivers
Life is ever-changing. Change is the only permanent thing we know. If you seek stability, security, and permanence, you are in line at the wrong universe. In this universe, change is what drives the cycles of your life from the day you are conceived, to...
The psychology of body image
By: Jodi Showers
We all would love to be able to walk up to a mirror and like what we see looking back at us. But sometimes we don’t. In fact, more often than not we don’t like what we see at all as we tend...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Conspiracy theories never achieve the status of greatness unless some fabulous mythology surrounds them. Mythology can come from adding on locations where a conspiracy of one allegedly occurred. Government myths are essential for any good government conspiracy theory. Religious mythology is always handy for ancient...
By: Paul Schingle
There are a very few things that are literally borne into the nature of human behavior (psychology). Fear is one of those very few things. It is an absolute base instinct. No child is born without it. Fear is a necessary evil for survival. If...
By: T.S. Garp
Our personality and our behavior are based on patterns from past experiences that have affected us on the emotional level. Our unique personalities can actually dictate how we live and think, and even how successful we might become in life, business, and interpersonal relationships. Everyone...

 

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