Character trait of an animal
By: Pamela Kay
Butterfly Lesson Are you unhappy with the way you look? Do you hate your knobby knees, your short legs, your freckles and your braces? Did you know you won’t look the same way when you are grown? It’s true; you will go through...
How obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) manifests in children
By: Effie Moore Salem
A psychologist writing for Psychology Today explains that OCD is a way children work out fear. Children are fearful for many reasons, family disharmony, a death in the family, a bully at school making their life miserable, or any number of fears and unknowns that...
Developing cognitive models in science and everyday life
By: SEG
Every day human reasoning: how we, scientists and engineers are cognitive agents in distributed knowledge-producing systems Philosophy of science: Gooding, David C., "Visual Cognition; Where Cognition and Culture Meet." 2006. Our days are filled with the decision making that is a hallmark of what...
Types of obsessive-complusive disorders (OCD)
By: Darren Bunton
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, more commonly referred to as OCD, takes various forms in people suffering from the disorder. The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, classifies OCD as an anxiety disorder, in which people have unwanted and repeated thoughts, feelings, ideas, sensations, or behaviors...
By: Darren Bunton
Developments in psychotherapy over the last thirty-five years have advanced since the days of Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung. New sub-practices have risen from contemporary schools of thought. The principles of existential psychotherapy as both a theoretical approach, and legitimate form of therapy is growing...
By: Effie Moore Salem
Everything that happens to a child in their formative years potentially has a psychological effect, this can be good or bad, divorce is no different. The effect where divorce is concerned is most often bad, but that depends on the situation that caused the divorce...
By: Darren Bunton
Psychology Today defines motivation as: the desire to do things. According to these simple and stern definitions, motivation is the difference between standing up out of the lounging chair and turning the television manually, and remaining seated and using the remote. From and industrial...
By: Joyce M. George-Knight
Children are innately routine-oriented, which can mask signs of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, often referred to as “ocd.” Since these little people learn through repetition, they enjoy watching the same television shows and videos over and over without being bored. The same is true...
Psychological effects of divorce on children
By: Susie M. Arviso
Today, half of America's children will experience their parent's marriage breaking up into a divorce. Forty percent of the children growing up in the US are being raised without their fathers. That's quite a shocking number. Recent studies on the psychological effects of divorce on...
Character trait of an animal
By: Ja.W. Smith
The Bear Who Wouldn’t Go To Bed Billy, the bear cub, loved playing and foraging for tasty treats in the forest with his brother and other cubs that lived nearby. Fishing was Billy’s favorite thing to do, because he always caught more than...

 

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