Mind mapping strategies for thinking through and accomplishing tasks
By: Chris Tattersall
MIND MAPPING IN QUALITATIVE RESEARCHThe mind map is a powerful graphic technique which can be applied to every aspect of life where improved learning and clearer thinking will enhance performance, such as in note-taking, brainstorming, memorising or analysing. Mind mapping could also however be beneficial...
By: G E Barr
JUST ANOTHER CLUEI became aware of her about 9 years ago when I was doing a Security stint and the subject of her successful suicide came up. I did not know her personally. Yet, I was sickened to hear about how she sat in a...
Understanding genius and savants
By: Mary Ann Harrington
Savant Syndrome: Open Channels of Expression Have you ever experienced flow? Many creative people sense that their art is created through them rather than by them. Many scientists and philosophers have had similar experiences. Where do these inventive ideas originate? Who or what is the...
Sex: More of a physical or mental thing?
By: Stephen Mark Richardson
For those of you lucky enough to have experienced leg shaking, earth shattering, mind blowing, finger tingling sex, you can't deny that sex is in one word, amazing! However sex can only be this good when there is some sort of a connection between the...
Is psychology really scientific?
By: Jane Melonas
Is psychology really scientific?Answering the question "Is Psychology Scientific?" requires an understanding of both what scientists have studied through science about the physiological functioning of the human brain as well as what psychologists observe through the study of behavioral actions.There is no...
If and why we fear death
By: Elissa Ann Rubenstein
The problem with dying today is that our souls do not leave our bodies entirely the minute we die and leave an empty shell - our corpse - completely ready for anything that may come. Because of our modern unhealthy diets, the overabundance of food...
The different types of psychology theories
By: Hasten Belle
Foundations of PsychologyThe study of human behavior has interested philosophers and medical doctors for centuries. It was not until late in the 19th century that a decision was made to study the behavior and emotions of the human being in a scientific setting. In 1879...
When weekend drinking means alcoholism
By: Indie Flower
Ahhh Friday afternoon approaches and the weekend has arrived! Therefoe the treacherous slog of the working week comes to a close. Usually in Britain it's a common law procedure to go for the after work obligatory drink to quench the stresses, and put the office...
Introduction to Abraham Maslow's hierarchy of needs
By: simonthescribe
Abraham Maslow's model of human needs, showing a motivating hierarchy' has been a strong influence in several sectors of our culture since the 1950's. It is used in advertising to predict and manipulate needs and motivations, in health and social services as a sort of...
How to control your anger
By: Jonathan Young
Anger is an ironic emotion. It starts with irritation at a lack of control, then gradually becomes a more and more controlling force of its own. Whatever initially provoked the anger is then eclipsed by anger itself, to the point that one has no choice...

 

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