Introduction to the theory of behaviorism
By: Pam Hilts
Psychology is a diverse subject. It attempts to explain consciousness, behavior, mental illness, perception, learning and other areas of human behavior. As a science, psychology does not easily lend itself to double blind studies that can be repeated by other professionals. Critical thinking, observation, and...
Understanding dreams
By: Joseph Hay
Dreams are a vehicle for viewing the world through a different perspective. There are as many opinions on what dreams really are as there are dreamers, but there is no dreamer who believes that the reality of his dream is the same as the reality...
How to let go of someone you love
By: Odunuga
This piece of writing is a key way of solving some common dating problems. It is how to handle a non reciprocated love while dating. It is a way of helping those whose men are about checking out. For all those ladies who are trying...
When weekend drinking means alcoholism
By: Jennifer Brister
My roommate has innate obsessions with shopping and drinking. Or, rather, shopping drunk. I got home last week around 12am to find her passed out on the couch and several shopping bags on the dining table still packed up and waiting to be examined. I...
By: Linda Burleson
Personality is a wondrous thing. It is what makes a human or an animal liked or disliked by those with whom he or she comes in contact. What exactly is personality? A simpified definition of the word could be a collection of qualities of behavior...
The psychological approach to success
By: Robin Goins
OK, so thanks to Oprah "The Secret" is out. Every time we turn around we hear something about the law of attraction or how the energy produced by our thoughts actually creates matter, and therefore our experiences. But is it true, and if so, what...
The American Psychological Association (APA) format for a research paper
By: Mary Tyrer
When writing a research paper the importance of citing the research in your work is extremely important. Many forms of formatting are used in colleges and businesses to ensure the material written in research papers is referenced properly. The MLA, (Modern Language Association), Chicago Style...
Change and how people deal with it
By: Stephanie Andrews - 447415
I have always been told that change is all a part of growing up. Nothing can stay the same forever, and as much as one may enjoy the comfort and familiarity of an environment that doesn't change, it isn't necessarily practical. For me, the majority...
The different types of psychology theories
By: Mary Tyrer
People who are in restaurant management often discribe their job, or position as being one that wears many hats. In psychology this is a good analogy. When trying to explain the foundations of psychology the field so deverse using the hat example can help explain...
Selfishness: Effects and causes in human nature
By: BeiYin
Human Nature - Survival TechniquesA talk with *BeiYin*Question: How did you come to the subject 'Human Nature' and what is the importance to know about 'Survival Techniques'?BeiYin: During thirty years of trying to form an 'Intentional Community' I have learned a lot about survival...

 

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