Mood disorders: Bipolar I disorder
By: Angela Graffam
Not only is Bipolar I a medical complexity, but a personal experience. The following information is transcribed in a straight forward manner in which to promote education, but also to describe some intrinsic experience. Though this may appear dryly written, the point is to give...
By: Bridget Webber
There are times when those around us, for whatever reason, lose the ability to recognize our needs and become wrapped in their own little world. Safe in this place they jabber away to their hearts content, unaware that they have an unwilling audience. At times...
By: Richard Heath
Many religious people have no problem accepting the theory of evolution as being the way that God made the variety of animals and plants that we see around us today. Kenneth Miller, a noted defender of evolution and a staunch Roman Catholic, explains that there...
What's your greatest fear?
By: Rebecca Palmer
Running Head: ETIOLOGY AND CONSEQUENCES OF PHOBIASThe Etiology and Consequences of Specific PhobiasRebecca PalmerNew College While snakes and spiders may have some crawling up the walls, others refuse to look out the windows of tall buildings or even venture outside. Fears and phobias exist on...
By: jewel Viviyonnie Alaheem
I think that when you are comparing the theories of personalities there are alot of things that are important based upon the subject for instance,I believe that as a individual there is a degree where every human person has the aspect of being personal...
By: Melinda Clayton
Confirmation bias concept refers to the tendency to seek out, conceptualize, and remember information according to ones own beliefs. Also sometimes referred to as positive stress strategy, this type of bias occurs when we only select or remember information that supports what we already hope...
By: Irfan Shah
Confirmation Bias Confirmation Bias (also known as Positive Test Strategy) refers to the tendency amongst people to take greater notice of information that confirms and reinforces their beliefs whilst ignoring or diminishing the significance of any information that contradicts those beliefs. Confirmation Bias is...
By: Megan Murphy
When a person reaches a conclusion (by making a decision or accepting a belief as true), he or she will actively seek information that confirms this idea, while disregarding evidence that does not support it. This psychological theory is called confirmation bias, or positive test...
Is irritability a symptom of anger
By: Dolores Moore
Without a doubt, irritability is a symptom of anger, as it is a response to that underlying feeling of vexation or annoyance. It is the outward manifestation of that feeling, and as such can erupt into anger if pushed far enough. To irritate someone is...
By: Paul Schingle
Unhappiness, like any other emotion, is only a result of external circumstances if one lets that be the case. Yes, some (even many) things can happen that are beyond your control. But, the way you respond to these things is within your control. And...

 

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