By: Patrick Sharkey
Consciousness, it is the one thing that even Descartes could bring no doubt to. We have our internal state, and this is a certainty, for to say that you don't have consciousness requires a consciousness with which to conclude this and as such the very...
By: Daniel Cloud
You can be angry without hate, but you cannot be hateful without anger. Anger is an emotion that refers to harboring extremely negative feelings toward someone, something, or everything. Anger is a strong emotion that leads to cruelty, violence, destroys peace, and may lead to...
Links between social anxiety and the polyvagal theory
By: Susan Smith - 627846
In 1872 Darwin acknowledged the dynamic neural relationship between the heart and the brain and that when the heart is affected it reacts on the brain; and the state of the brain again reacts through the vagus nerve on the heart; so that under any...
By: Sabrina Dawkins
Anthropomorphism is the attribution of human characteristics to nonhuman entities. According to anthropomorphism.org, "until 2004, the Pittsburgh Zoo did not name its animals publicly, for fear the public would think of wild animals as pets or people." Humans are inclined to want to...
Definition of social class
By: Elizabeth Pugh
By definition, the term ‘socio-economic class’ is recognised as ‘Any measure which attempts to classify individuals, families or households in terms of indicators such as occupation , income and education....’ (The Oxford Dictionary of Sociology, 2009), Giddens (2008) indicates that class can be...
By: John Louie Ramos
Lewis Henry Morgan was a distinguished American anthropologist, writer and New York-based lawyer during the 19th century. Morgan is best known and credited for founding scientific anthropology and for introducing a comprehensive study on kinship system which led to numerous theories regarding social and cultural...
Humanistic therapy: Examining person-centered therapy
By: Sue Alexander-Barnes
Person-centred therapy, a type of humanistic therapy, was pioneered by the American psychologist Carl Rogers in the 1940s and 1950s. Although the method was considered revolutionary at the time, it has since become the most widely used model in the fields of mental health, psychotherapy...
Considering coincidences
By: Mateo Stefano
Coincidentally my credentials in this bizarre subject are at the opposite end of the psychological spectrum. I am a State Certified Lunatic who therefore is validated in discussing all the weird things which are within the scope of this article. You have to be crazy...
By: Alexis Fischer
Gregor Mendel was an Austrian monk and scientist who lived from 1822 to 1884. Much of his research involved producing hybrid pea plants and studying the traits found in the offspring. While the significance of this research was not realised at the time, its results...
By: Aldon Grisdale
Archaeological site analysis and interpretation can be a very subjective thing, which is why it’s imperative to gather as much information as possible, especially when trying to determine whether specific activities were practiced. However, all recoverable remains are dependent on the buried environment or...

 

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