By: Aubrey Little
The pen is mightier than the sword.Verbal abuse is sometimes as damaging as mental abuse is an interesting statement. It would appear to me that verbal abuse goes hand-in-hand with mental abuse. The truth of the matter is that verbal abuse is sometimes as...
By: Susan Snow
Color, something we tend not to think much about. Yet, it surrounds us, and we all have a favorite. Lavender is mine and it also accurately describes who I am. I have surrounded my environment with different shades of lavender and burn oils of lavender...
By: Bob Trowbridge
Lucid dreaming is the experience of realizing that you are dreaming while in the dream. It is an experience that has been going on since ancient times and probably into prehistory. Some Buddhists practice lucid dreaming as a discipline. The goal is not just to...
By: Peter Messerschmidt
"Nobody understands me."It's a phrase that has been spoken by the world's youth for generations, and these days the "movement" it most obviously supports is known as "emo."For probably as long as there have been humans, certain groups have adopted styles that would...
By: Nick Vandell
Most of the time stress seems to get in the way of our pursuit of happiness. So each day we must not be quick to react to stressful situations because if the stress takes away from your pursuit of happiness, then why let it bother...
By: Bob Trowbridge
Oneirology is the study of dreams. In the second century A.D., a Greek named Artemidorus wrote a book called Oneirocritica. It was one of the earliest dream books ever written. It means "The Interpretation of Dreams." In 1900, in honor of this ancient...
By: Bob Trowbridge
I'm not sure that anyone has identified a criminal mind. There may be some differences in a criminal's brain from a normal brain but I doubt that any crimes are committed because of a criminal mind or a brain difference. Dreams do not work differently...
By: J. Justin Pearce
There are different parts of the brain people use the "right" and "left" hemispheres are too basic to categorize the most complex machine in existence. I am listening to music, and thinking about songs that I love and don't like, and songs that are classics...
By: Chen Max
Who knows the feeling of dying? who can tell what would happen after death? No one can give an answer. Even those scientists who study the topic of humans' death still can't give a clear picture. Just this uncertainty of death makes us scared.There...
By: Ashlee Richards
Franz Boas and Margaret MeadThe Quest for an Empirical Discipline In the nineteenth-Century, ethnology, which involves the organized comparison of human societies, and relied on second hand materials collected by missionaries, explorers, or colonial officials, earned the ethnologists their current label of "arm-chair anthropologists" developed...

 

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