How to control your anger
By: David Brown - 226423
"Laughter is the best medicine," is probably one the most famous of all cliches. At the same time it is one of the most important ones to remember and think about every time you believe your anger is beginning to build. There are many...
Introduction to research methods in psychology
By: Cathleene Filmore
Understanding the different types of scientific studies that psychologist's use is not difficult at all. In fact, once you learn the basic methodologies and a few terms it is easy to put into practice. While I probably practice Naturalistic Observation the most, my two favorite...
Ethical guidelines for psychological experiments
By: Cathleene Filmore
Long before the American Psychological Association came into existence, Psychologist R.D. Middlemist conducted a shocking study where in he hid a camera in a public restroom to study the behaviors of male subjects in relation to other male subjects while using the lavatory facilities...
By: Terry Mitchell
When or if you achieve some level of success in life, some people are going to hate you for it. You can bet your mortgage money on that one. Obviously, success draws its share of admiration, but it's guaranteed to rouse some hate as well...
Key pillar of confidence: Self esteem
By: Melinda Barr
Self-esteem is the measure of how much we value and appreciate ourselves. Unfortunately our past experiences can have a major impact on self-esteem. Thus we arrive at adulthood with issues which block us from achieving the success we desire. It can also prevent us from...
Understanding psychopathy
By: Sadie Davis
The term "psychopath" is not used very much in psychiatry these days. Now we use the terms "sociopath" or "antisocial personality". Whatever term you prefer, they all describe the same type of personality and behavior. For this article, I'll use the label "psychopath".A psychopathic...
How to overcome the fear of success
By: Joseph Wardy
A man comes from home work and says to his wife, "I quit my job". She says, " Why?" His answer, " They tried to promote me". While there is a mountain of research related to fear of failure, there is considerably less about...
Change and how people deal with it
By: Dolores Moore
Change is the one certainty in life, because no matter what else takes place, change is going to happen. This may be a small change, like altering the whole decor of the house. In the grander scheme of things, that really is small potatoes. A...
Introduction to Gestalt therapy
By: Jaibee
FREDERICK "FRITZ" PERLS: GESTALT THERAPYFrederick "Fritz" Perls founded Gestalt therapy (Corey, 2005; Yontef & Simkin, 1981). Frederick S. Perls, a German Jew, born in 1893 is the primary founder of Gestalt therapy along with his wife Laura Posner Perls, born in 1905. Laura met Perls...
Why human beings learn best through experience
By: Dolores Moore
Picture a small child sitting before a glowing coal fire. The red, yellow and orange flames leap from black caverns, dreamy and magical. Many times, the child has been warned to keep away from the fire, to never, ever touch a glowing cinder, to always...

 

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