By: G E Barr
WHEN MOBS RULEThere is a certain common illness within people and it most usually stems from anger about something during childhood. While I'm no advocate of spoiling and over protecting children, I understand that often circumstances occur during a person's childhood and for some reason...
Are vivid dreams caused by an overactive imagination?
By: everending
There have been many theories and hypotheses over the years concerning dream formation and what these colorful yet confusing mini-movies truly mean. While Freud deemed dreams the products of unconscious conflicts and the pleasure principle, modern psychotherapy has moved away from traditional dream analysis. It...
How to tell if you're lazy
By: Cody Hodge
Did you see this article title, and then not want to write about it? Did you find this website because you were playing a game, and didn't block pop-ups because the extra click was unbearable? Do you find the thought of getting in your car...
By: Cody Hodge
Change is inevitable, and something that happens so often in life that it almost seems normal after awhile. We all go through periods of change in our lives, and some are expected, while others are not. Some change is good, while some change leaves us...
Why do some people complain about everything
By: Cody Hodge
There for some reason are always people who will be miserable, and complain about everything. I don't understand what the point of complaining about everything is, because after awhile people will just tune you our, and then where does your complaining get you? I know...
By: Costas Chryanthou
For employees who are late at work or have problem coming to work on time to me their is something that is causing that person to be late. Sure the demands of work suggest that people turn up to work on time and as agreed...
Human consistency in social psychology
By: Martin Chapman
Why are we so full of contradictions? Also, why do we go to such great lengths try to hide these inconistencies when we are interacting with society and try to pretent that we have the same views as the crowd. In many ways our attempts...
How to tell if you're lazy
By: H.M. Guffey
Laziness is difficult to define because of its subjective quality. When my brother and I were growing up, my stepfather would always complain about our laziness and the fact that we never did anything. The problem with his reasoning, however, was that we lived on...
How APA psychological ethics are used for planning assessments and providing feedback
By: Alan Sullivan
This article will present ethical issues specific to planning assessments and providing feedback. Presented is section 9 Assessments of the Association of Psychology Ethical Principals of Psychologists and Code of Conduct (APA, 2002) pertaining to assessments administered by psychologists. Of interest is planning of assessments...
How anger can turn into hate
By: Stephanie Espiritu
Harboring and nursing anger is dangerous because it can set a person up for problems in the future and make us do things that we normally wouldn't do. Everyone has feelings and some are more sensitive than others. But holding onto the anger instead of...

 

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