Mood disorders: Manic episode
By: Maggie O'Cala
Those who suffer from bipolar disorder also known as manic depression are faced with extreme emotional highs and lows. The "highs" are called the manic stage, while the "lows" are aptly referred to as depression. During a manic episode you may notice a lack of...
Understanding the motivation of curiosity
By: Jacquie Schmall
One of the most outstanding Einstein quotes is “The important thing is not to stop questioning. Never lose a holy curiosity.” As it turns out curiosity is an essential characteristic of genius, certainly evident in Einstein himself. To linger in the unknown just...
By: Michael Cronin
Ethical behavior by a researcher protects the integrity of the project as well as the researcher and the company or institution that they represent. Careful monitoring of the research process ensures that the various stages of the process are held to the highest standards possible...
Living alone
By: Amanda Ines
We who are alive at this moment in time have been given the gift of a life to use to the best of our ability. Some of us get the chance to live for many years and others not so many and thankfully we are...
Psychology of a disorganized person
By: Adele Gregory
Clothes piled high on the floor, papers all over the desk and cutlery in the hardware drawer. Signs of a disorganized person? Not in strict psychological terms. In psychology, organization doesn’t relate so much to neat and tidy as planned. By contrast, disorganized acts...
By: Manilyn Atentar
According to Wikipidia dictionary, ADDICTION has been defined with regard solely to psychoactive substances which cross the blood-brain barrier once ingested, temporarily altering the chemical milieu of the brain.LOVE on the other hand, is the emotions of strong affection and personal attachment. Other people...
Book reviews: Being Wrong, Adventures in the Margins of Error, by Kathryn Schulz
By: Jamie Clubb
When was the last time you admitted to being wrong about anything? It is a question that journalist Kathryn Schulz has pondered for some time, so much so that her book, "Being Wrong: Adventures in the Margin of Error", appears to be a veritable bible...
By: Christyl Rivers
Seeing this title makes mild mannered intellectual types go ballistic. Suggesting that you can shop your blues away is so damaging on so many levels. We typically are shopping for something that makes us feel good about ourselves. We do not want to know...
Psychology of a disorganized person
By: Elaine M. Doxie
The psychology of a disorganized person depends largely on why they are disorganized. There are those that just don't seem to have their priorities in line. There are those that bury themselves in clutter as sort of escape from everyday life. There are some people...
Emotional effects of being cyberbullied
By: Rena Sherwood
Contrary to popular belief, adults can be cyber bullied as well as children. Although the emotional affects will differ for each individual, on the whole they are devastating. They can range from a victim also becoming a cyber bully or to suicide. Although the technology...

 

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