Timekeeping and lateness
By: Loralie Lynn
Always Keep Time And Never Be Late Keeping time is important for places such as work, school, and appointments. When your on time, you prove yourself a loyal person who can be counted on. Friends, family, coworkers, and others will appreciate your timeliness and consideration...
By: Paul Schingle
This is really an interesting question and with a number of different schools of thought, a question which can evoke a number of different responses. I have a Bachelor's degree in psychology and the dean of our department would say the answer to the question...
Why are some people afraid of storms?
By: Gemma Wiseman
Fear of storms involves a range of inner, intense, voluntary or involuntary warning alerts. This could range from mild wariness and discomfort, to an impromptu panic attack or, in the extreme, to an ingrained phobia about storms. And then, from another perspective, storms throughout history...
By: Bridget Webber
Emotional suppression is a natural functioning of human beings. Emotional intelligence instinctively blocks out stressful events that a person is unable to cope with at the time. In this way, suppression is useful and serves a purpose. However, it is when emotions are held back...
Why do we let insecurity run our lives?
By: Shelly Barclay
Insecurity is, quite simply, a feeling of uncertainty or fear. Typically, the term insecurity is used to describe a person who is unsure of their self. This can be true of anybody, at any given time. In some cases, it is a perfectly natural way...
By: Mary Tyrer
In psychology, the study or personality and self-motivation are behaviors that show an interest involving themselves with others, or extroverts tend to seek people and put him or her in a situation and away from others. Additionally, his or her qualities tend to manipulate people...
What is biological psychology?
By: Mary Tyrer
Darwin is one of the early scientists who would make the connection between biology and psychology, although not given the name biological psychologist. Darwin made a connection and referred to biological psychology “instinct for survival.” Darwin spoke of evolution and the importance of...
By: Ganelle Davis
My fear of death stemmed from the unknown. Was there really a Heaven and Hell? Would death be painful? I knew, I would miss my family, perchance my fear was that they may not miss me and they would carry on as though I was...
Carl G. Jung: Archetypes of the collective unconscious
By: Carole Somerville
Carl Jung was born in Switzerland in 1875. His father was a parson and although he had an intense interest in philosophy, Jung entered university as a student of science and later decided to study medicine. It was psychology he finally opted for as this...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) had significant education in the biological sciences, and was in fact a neurologist. The intellectual atmosphere of the time favored the influences of biological factors as the prime, or even sole influences and motivating factors in human behavior. Biology, in other words...

 

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