Human sexuality
By: Author Name Withheld 161
Among the many aspects of human life, sexuality is one of the most important. It pertains to marriage, economic and kinship ties, identity, and satisfaction. Most people acquire some level of sexual experience at some point during their lives; and, while the physical satisfaction is...
The process theories of motivation
By: Muhammad Ansar
According to process theories of motivation, motivation is a cognitive rational process and concentrates on psychological and behavioral processes that motivate an individual. Main process theories include Vroom's Expectancy Theory, Adams Equity Theory and Handy's Motivation Calculus. Vroom's Expectancy Theory Individuals have their own...
By: Tenebris
There has been a sudden influx of television shows about self-discovery - but not in the old 1960s sense. Rather, the protagonist of these shows recognises that somehow life has not gone as expected, that the expectations and dreams and hopes of previous years have...
Are there differences in intelligence in the sexes
By: Morgan Carlson
The fact that there are differences in intelligence in individuals of the same gender and race indicates that there is certain to be differences in intelligence between the sexes. For intelligence that is centered or structured around thought that is contained within a brain of...
How anger can turn into hate
By: Patricia Watson - 275866
Anger can turn into hate if you can't forgive and forget. The quickest path to feeling hate in your heart, is to let this toxic emotion live inside you like an unwanted house guest. If you are determined to let your anger mature into...
By: Morgan Carlson
An impulse is a spontaneous decision or thought occurrence that results in a particular following of action that may or may not be beneficial when comparing it to rational thought and planning. Often thought as a negative characteristic of younger adults and children, it can...
Freud's famous theory
By: Norman Munro
Perhaps the best known name in the world of psychology is that of Sigmund Freud. Perhaps no other name provokes greater controversy. Was he a genius or a charlatan? Born in Vienna to a middle class Jewish family, young Sigmund was the apple of his...
Biography: Alfred Adler
By: Norman Munro
Alfred Adler - The Third Man. Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung and Alfred Adler, the great triumvirate and founding fathers of early psychological theory, are probably the best known names in the world of early psychology. Freud and Jung are better known, and the work of...
Where to see the Rorschach Test known as the inkblot test
By: Peter L. Bosch
The inkblot test, named after Hermann Rorschach who invented the examination in 1921 has had ten images made public by Wikipedia. The test has been highly secretive in order to keep the results effective, but the accuracy of this test is still debatable among the...
When and when not to think logically
By: Cinda Smaagaard
Logic and reason and rationality have their place but many scientists will tell you that the majority of decisions are based on emotions. When faced with choices in life especially those which have far-reaching consequences over the long haul we often try to justify our...

 

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