Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) described
By: Christa Nwokedi
NLP is one of the most popular and respected technologies for self-improvement. Today it operates under many different names and is used by million of people throughout the world. It is a methodology that aims at teaching people how to live a more productive, rewarding...
By: Bridget Webber
Math anxiety, as with most anxieties relating to performance, can come about when an individual becomes concerned about whether they will be good enough. This particular fear tends to establishes itself when we are children, and the worry about how we compare to our peers...
By: Paul Schingle
There is no doubt that Robert Louis Stevenson's book about Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde was way ahead of its time. But, like a lot of other literary pieces, it tends to get analyzed to death. His novel introduced the idea of multiple personalities, long...
By: Paul Schingle
First of all, I have to ask, how bad are these thoughts? Personally, I find it very difficult to completely suppress any thoughts, much less "bad" ones. I'd say there's little we can do about what we think. What we can control (suppress, if...
Uncovering the significance of dreams
By: Antoinette Acosta
The significance in being able to tap onto our spirituality, is to understand its underlying messages. These messages can convey thoughts,emotions,heart-felt wishes,desires and a path uniquely yours. Our dreams can be viewed as our unconscious, which usually is referred to our soul...
Emotional intelligence = intelligence quotient
By: Joanna Fletcher
Daniel Goleman says that “Academic intelligence has little to do with emotional life” and goes on to say “…people with with high IQs can be stunningly poor pilots of their private lives.” In Chapter 3 of his popular book on the...
Is psychology really scientific?
By: Eric Youmans
Psychology is not an exact science. One cannot duplicate experiments with human subjects and get the exact same results time after time. Contrast psychology to a hard science such as physics or chemistry. You can test the theory of gravity and get the same...
Overview of Sigmund Freud classical psychoanalysis
By: Eric Youmans
The psychoanalytic method of treatment was developed by Sigmund Freud. Although some modern psychologists attach little significance to the theories of Freud, his treatments have been used for over a century, which leads one to conclude that there must be something of value in psychoanalysis...
Is irritability a symptom of anger
By: Carol Gioia
Irritability is a symptom of anger, but being irritable cannot be exclusively attributed to being angry. There are many reasons a person might display signs of extreme annoyance, anger being just one of them. Irritability can be a by-product of myriad mental and physical conditions...
Gottfredson's theory of circumscription and compromise
By: Molly Froerer
Linda Gottfredson is a psychological theorist who works in the area of gender roles and careers. She begins with four major assumptions: the career development process begins in childhood; career aspirations are attempts to implement one’s self-concept (social components of self-concept include self-perceptions of...

 

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