What is political psychology?
By: Robert Grice
Political psychology examines the cognitions, emotions, and behaviors involved in politics. While political science focuses on the political process, political psychology focuses on those involved in the political process such as politicians and voters. Political psychology considers a wide array of topics. A sample of...
Women and self-esteem
By: Dymphna Morrissey
How does a woman gain self-esteem? A woman is confident when she is happy enough with herself as when she is with someone else. Many times women look for someone to complete them, but in the process lose something of who they are by choosing...
By: SEG
While our subjective experience of living moves forward through time our scientific intellect looks back objectifying through logic and mathematics: “… the physical universe only acquires an objective existence, as a suitably scientific object, within a logical and mathematical framework which must be imposed...
By: Wayne Leon Learmond
A smile can work wonders when you are feeling down and you are the one receiving it.. A smile is priceless and is worth its weight in gold. The simple act of smiling at someone can indeed, make their day so much better. In this...
By: Rachel Alessi
Sigmund Freud was an early 20th century Austrian neurologist who founded the psychoanalytic school of psychiatry. He pioneered the theory of psycho-sexual development, one of the best known personality theories, which is a series of stages that children go through. Each stage is primarily concerned...
Understanding culture and how it applies to psychology
By: Brian Mcgehee
I have often found myself curious about the world and how we work as a whole. So, when I heard about Social Contract theory, it caught my attention. Social Contract Theory is the belief that in order to maintain peace, each civilization must establish a...
How to achieve a higher level of self confidence
By: Christyl Rivers
What is self confidence? If it is high, you are not self-conscious. If it is low, you are very self-absorbed, and in danger of putting others off in ways that further decrease self confidence. To answer just what it is that seems so paradoxical, and...
Book reviews: Switch, How to Change Things When Change is Hard, by Chip and Dan Heath
By: Derek Oxley
Are you hampered by guilt, held hostage by shame, delayed by pain? What? Those words came to me last week as I returned from the bathroom and I wasn’t in the mood for a discussion. A velvety voice whispered; "don’t bother writing it...
Aaron Beck's cognitive therapy approach to the treatment of depression
By: Carlton Scott
After more than thirty years, researchers still do not agree whether Cognitive Therapy (CT) is an efficacious treatment for severe depression (Cuijpers, van Straten, Andersson & Oppen, 2008). The discussion and the research is still relevant as the Treatment of Depression Collaborative Research Program (TDCRP)...
Leadership theories in psychology
By: Helping Psychology
People have been attempting to define leadership and identify those qualities that make a great leader for almost as long as the discipline of psychology has existed. Throughout the years, leadership has been defined according to factors like type, situation, individual characteristics and relationships with...

 

1 248 249 250 251 252 282
CHOOSE YOUR SCIENCES 360 TOPIC: