By: Colette Georgii
The anthropological family tree diagram is both similar and different than the genealogical family tree. The anthropological family tree is usually called a kinship chart but it can also be called a genealogy chart. Both types of diagrams are family trees. Family tree connections A...
By: Sadonna Kimberly
Drug trafficking in the US has taken a toll not only on our economy but our people. Most kids have tried some type of drug before they get out of high school. Suicide and murder are more common when drugs are involved. The drugs come...
Social stratification: Comparison of working class with middle class
By: Sammy Stein
My parents are working class and middle class, my children are middle class and I am one of those, like many of my generation, who find it difficult to slot themselves into any class. My parents bought a house on the edge of the working/middle...
How conspiracy theories develop
By: RhinoRalph
First we know what humans are capable of doing. Second you observe and gather some information throughout history. Third, you allow your imagination to form a theory based on your information gathered. Fourth, you order those historical facts trying to form a circumstantial case and...
Psychology: The need for ethical codes, standards and principles
By: Ralph Yancy
Psychology: The Need for Ethical Codes and Principles The need for a standardized monitoring of professional conduct is quintessential to the very existence of that profession. Additionally, an adherence to applicable principles secures the integrity of the profession. Specifically, according to some consensus, there are...
Methods used in psychological research
By: Ralph Yancy
Research and the Cognitive Psychologist To better understand the specific methods used by cognitive psychologists, one must first grasp the goals of research in cognitive psychology (Sternberg, 2006). Briefly, the goals include data gathering, data analysis, theory development, hypothesis formulation, hypothesis testing, and perhaps even...
Can human beings change the way they are?
By: Christyl Rivers
Can we change the way we are? Yes. People change over time. What you wanted to do with your day at six years old is likely different than what you spend you time on now. Do people change once they have habits? Only if they...
By: Christa Martin
Abraham Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs is a theory first presented in Maslow's "Theory of Human Motivation" of 1943. This theory is a basic description of human stages of growth and psychological development, most commonly represented as a pyramid. This pyramid has five levels. The lower...
By: Helium01
Throughout the records of history, characterization of human development has been a major challenge for modern archaeologists. It has been an ongoing process that involves making conclusions about a specific culture’s way of life, often with only a small array of human remains at...
By: Kaleb Schimmel
The start of the Four Temperaments, commonly known amongst the psychological audience as four different personality types developed by Aelius Galenus, a Greek philosopher, is around 450 BC. Many worldviews during this time had recognized the Classical Elements: Fire, Water, Wind, and Earth initially (Aristotle...

 

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