Finding the real meaning of intelligence
By: Zachary Kuhn
Academically gifted students perform or show the potential to perform at significantly high levels of learning when compared to others their age, experience, or environment. These students display high performance capability in intellectual areas, specific academic fields, or in both areas. Children identified as academically...
Living alone
By: Christyl Rivers
Living alone is not possible. If you breathe air, drink water, and or eat anything grown in soil, you are not just one thing, but a collection, and many parts of many things. There is no separation in the natural world. All separation, is in...
Primal leadership: Realizing the power of emotional intelligence
By: Christyl Rivers
Emotional intelligence is the idea that when we know our emotions, we create awareness about ourselves, about others, and about real and potential abilities. If so, we can better manage our selves, our business, and our social skills with others in these same areas. The...
By: Patrick Sharkey
Consciousness, it is the one thing that even Descartes could bring no doubt to. We have our internal state, and this is a certainty, for to say that you don't have consciousness requires a consciousness with which to conclude this and as such the very...
By: Daniel Cloud
You can be angry without hate, but you cannot be hateful without anger. Anger is an emotion that refers to harboring extremely negative feelings toward someone, something, or everything. Anger is a strong emotion that leads to cruelty, violence, destroys peace, and may lead to...
Humanistic therapy: Examining person-centered therapy
By: Sue Alexander-Barnes
Person-centred therapy, a type of humanistic therapy, was pioneered by the American psychologist Carl Rogers in the 1940s and 1950s. Although the method was considered revolutionary at the time, it has since become the most widely used model in the fields of mental health, psychotherapy...
Considering coincidences
By: Mateo Stefano
Coincidentally my credentials in this bizarre subject are at the opposite end of the psychological spectrum. I am a State Certified Lunatic who therefore is validated in discussing all the weird things which are within the scope of this article. You have to be crazy...
Anger is Good
By: Thomas H. Dorr
To be angry is to stand in opposition to something. You’re angry at the Healthcare bill, or at the price of gas. To not be angry is to, under the majority of circumstances, stand idly and blindly in favor of everything that transpires in...
Dorian Gray Syndrome: A post-modern tragedy
By: Greg Lawson - 630586
“If it were I who were to be always young and the picture to grow old…I would give my soul for it.” (Pg. 49 The Picture of Dorian Gray) Thus, while observing his new portrait, Dorian Gray unwittingly sells his soul in...
By: Wayne Leon Learmond
Human beings need solitude. Although we are a social species and we love the company of others we, at the same time, need to be by ourselves. We cannot be around each other for twenty hours a day because it can become stifling and choking...

 

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