By: Lindsay Grahaem
The influence of colors on mood is often subtle, but nonetheless apparent. People have known for hundreds of years the effect that tones and hues of colors can have on how we feel and the mood we are in, how vibrant colors can help energise...
What is the connection between religion and art?
By: Spektical-face
I believe religion and art to be one and the same. They run parallel to one another. What is art? It is one of those questions that seems to have infinite answers. Art does not exist without human input. Art is not the sculpture on...
By: John Louie Ramos
Sigmund Freud spent much of his life in developing a model that explains how the human psyche operates and how an individual's personality is molded and shaped throughout his life. Freud likened an individual’s personality to an iceberg. The distinguished psychologist pointed out that...
By: Shekinah Quinnett-Cook
Since the dawn of creation, man has been in relentless pursuit of sustainability. From early Hunter-Gatherer cultures to modern Agrarian societies, humankind has fashioned for itself tools by which to proliferate natural resources. No tool has impacted human culture more than that of early edged...
An overview on Jean Piaget's cognitive developmental theory
By: Magda DH
Jean Piaget was a Swiss psychologist, who was born in 1896 and died in 1980. His constructivist cognitive developmental theory is among the best known and most influential approaches to the development of human intellectual capacities. It has made its mark in psychology (both developmental...
By: Elton Gahr
Dr. Sigmund Freud changed the world by changing the way people think about the human brain. His ideas have become so popular people often don't even question ideas like the subconscious and the id. Yet there is more to Freud's personality theory than most people...
An introduction to Freud's personality theory
By: Bridget Webber
Freud began his professional career as a neurologist working with mentally ill patients. It was from his observations and studies of individuals with mental health problems that psychoanalysis was born. Many of his findings relied heavily on evidence obtained from people with emotional problems, rather...
By: Suzanne Rose
Sigmund Freud is one of the most celebrated psychoanalysts of all time. His personality theory delved into the unconscious and produced revolutionary ideas that changed psychology forever. His work appears in scholarly research into modern times and contains a multi-faceted approach. A major component of...
An overview on Jean Piaget's cognitive developmental theory
By: Bridget Webber
Jean Piaget's cognitive developmental theory revolutionized how human development is viewed, influencing teaching methods, and deepening human understanding about the subject. Piaget recognized that people go through stages of learning, or personal evolution, as they grow, and that these stages tend to universally happen at...
By: Elton Gahr
There are some ideas that are so ingrained in our society it is sometimes hard to remember that at some point someone had to create that idea. One of the keystones of modern teaching and parenting is the idea of stages, and while many of...

 

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