The sexual development of children
By: Sabrina Ginesi
One of Sigmund Freud's greatest studies was the analysis of a phobia in a five year old boy, Little Hans in 1909 which he integrated his recent theory on infantile sexuality; which at the time of publication was thought of as scandalous. Hans's parents were...
By: Can Tran
As a person, I value my solitude or "me time." With all of the things I have seen, experience, and hope to accomplish, I value my solitude at the top of the list. I would not trade my solitude for money, gold, jewelry, a...
Social structure theory and crime
By: Rosemary Redfern
The make up of a community, and it's locality, have powerful influences on it's members.There are a number of strands which weave together to create situations where individuals learn how to survive. The cultural background of individuals is formed by the availability of education...
By: Barbara A. Black
Perhaps a better question would be "Are people without a vivid imagination ... sane?" The implication of the original question is basically that no sane person really imagines very much-and certainly not very vividly! So is the person who can create his or her own...
Does mental illness exist?
By: Liam Kloef
There is a popular concept on our cultural horizon called the medical model of mental illness; otherwise known as a malady called mental illness that derives from the medical model. Just what is the medical model and is there a separate element under the medical...
By: Scott Hayden
Controlling anger will be easy for some and exceptionally difficult for others. Too many things are fraying people's nerves these days. There's traffic, pollution, inconsiderate people, even more inconsiderate bosses/co-workers and the list goes on. Sometimes a loud release of all that bottled up frustration...
Does mental illness exist?
By: Dr. G. A. Anderson
Mental illness does indeed exist. There are many who claim it does not, but then the historical and modern-day study of the brain and all the minute details of it have been for nothing. Mental illness is a deviation from what is accepted as "normal"...
Bullying and the infamous school bus
By: Mary Teresa Fowler
There needs to be a voice for students everywhere who are caught in the middle between unruly school bus students and their parent, the school bus driver. You don't have to be in the driver's seat to see where this road can take them. It...
Tips for analyzing people's handwriting
By: Steve Marshall
It is not generally known, I suppose, but the fact is that we all have access to all knowledge, through our own soul, at all times. There are never any secrets then, as such, except for what we are not accessing right now, because we...
Expressing emotion over past events
By: margaret hillcroft
"Emotion.- a conscious mental reaction (as anger or fear) subjectively experienced as strong feeling usually directed toward a specific object and typically accompanied by physiological and behavioral changes in the body "[Webster] What I love about emotion is its relationship to movement. E-motion is...

 

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