By: anneal
Abraham Maslow was born in 1908, to immigrant Russian parents and rose to become a prominent humanistic psychologist in the latter 20th century. While he valued the core humanistic philosophies of being authentic, compassionate, and client-centered, he is most widely known for his hierarchy of...
By: RhinoRalph
Low self-esteem comes from either or both of two sources; pride or shame. We shouldn't have any problem with feeling of inferiority, which is what low self-esteem is, if we know who we are and accept ourselves. If we know and recognize our talents and...
By: Andrea Baljak
Are you ready to fight your fears?This can the beginning of a new life for you and you have already taken the first step forward and upward at this very moment...If you have the urge to sing, to write, to paint, to travel...
By: Lynette Olson - 376454
Letting go of someone you love is never easy. The truth of it is, once any bond is made it's hard to break that bond. Just like welding, when two things are bonded together, to get them apart something has to be broken. When people...
By: Anita Gates
Different techniques and their contributions to our understanding of the human brainThere is a unified system between biology and psychology in that biological and psychological factors interact in important ways.Technology has a crucial part in understanding the brain and it has helped researchers to...
By: Anita Gates
The extent of understanding consciousness through scientific investigationExplaining and describing what consciousness actually is and how we come to have consciousness could prove a difficult task. Consciousness can be studied from different perspectives drawing on subjects such as philosophy or biology. Current works through scientific...
By: Anita Gates
Two theoretical approaches to identity and their contributionsto our understanding of this concept Debating theories and thinking about them can make a concept clearer and different psychological perspectives can help us understand human behaviour, distinctiveness and experience.According to psychosocial theories identity occurs naturally. Personal...
By: Anita Gates
Qualitative analysis concerning the effects ofattachment and separationAttachment research in developmental psychology addresses how the experiences of early relationships in childhood and life events such as separations have an affect on adult relationships and our developmental path.Qualitative analysis of an interview carried out to...
By: Anita Gates
Unconscious Perception and its Role in BehaviourThe understanding of unconsciousness involves thinking about consciousness as well although it is extremely difficult to define either of these concepts.There is substantial evidence that shows how unconscious perception of stimuli and information processing can occur and how...
By: Richard Serra
Nothing more comes to my mind, that in order to build confidence, we have to have as much knowledge about what it is that we want to do. How much confidence would we have if we tried to sing a song without knowing the words...

 

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