Colors: Symbolism and psychological effects
By: Alizah Grace
The Magic Science of RedWhat is it about red that hypnotically captivates the eye? The vibrancy of our world is always momentarily paused at the sight of this gravitational color. Distinctly empowering and sensually mesmerizing, red has that subliminal tendency to enthrall the senses.It...
The psychological approach to success
By: Kristal Mcvicar
We invariably are, who and what we believe ourselves to be. Although we are all born with certain strengths and weaknesses, barring some intellectual or physical disabilities, we all have the power within to be as successful as we want to be in life. All...
By: Ashley Clermont
Color Psychology and Symbols When you start talking about color symbols and color psychology, you start down a long road of debate between psychologists and color consultants.Many color theorists throughout history have tried to assign certain colors to human emotions. Simply put, they felt...
Colors: Symbolism and psychological effects
By: Ilanit Moskal
A truly magnificent work of art draws its power from the ability to create an emotional reaction in its audience. Whatever that emotional reaction is whether it is joy, amusement, anger, or exasperation it is originated through the artist's techniques. One of the most effective...
By: Ashley Marshall
When you think of colors, what comes to mind when I say the color blue? How about red or yellow or black? Most people, would say:BLUE: sadnesRED: angerYELLOW: happy/cheeryBLACK: deathAre these descriptions of colors really true? Or are they just created in our mind because...
By: G E Barr
This is especially difficult if the person you are attempting to help has been bombarded with negativity about him or her self since childhood by family and societal influences. It might have been that the person was seen as a potential problem by reason of...
By: Dolores Moore
Suicide can simply be defined as the taking of one's life. But why this final and irrevocable step is taken by an individual is a question that raises many issues. Included in these are cultural or religious beleifs, state of mind, age, health, social and...
Theories of cognitive development and behavior
By: Sabrina Ginesi
In this essay we are going to look at the topic area of cognitive development, which is concerned with how cognition changes i.e. the ways in which human thinking develops & changes. The two psychologists we are going to look at are Jean Piaget...
Strategies and benefits of self-hypnosis
By: Dolores Moore
Many years ago, I visited a hypnotist and paid a lot of money I could not really afford. I wanted to lose weight,had become desperately self-conscious and unhappy; so unhappy that I rarely went out socially. In retrospect, I realize that I had allowed...
Introduction to Abraham Maslow's hierarchy of needs
By: Angelina Moore
Abraham Maslow developed the theory that all people are motivated by the same things this theory is still used in today's society. It determines how a person behaves and shows the journey a person goes through to reach self-actualization. The hierarchy of needs can be...

 

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