By: Tammy Cramblett
Psychology has been around in some form for thousands of years. It seems as though humans have always had a need to understand how their minds work and why. There are many schools of thought in the field of psychology and just as many men...
By: Christina Cardenas
Systematic desensitization Therapy is a type of behavioral therapy used to treat intense phobias. According to simplyspsychology.org, it was developed by Wolpe during the 1950s. It is based on Pavlov's Principle of Conditioning, according to suite101.com. Systematic Desensitization Therapy is actually made up...
By: Ken Grant
People have studied themselves for as long as there has been life. One of the most complex parts of the human body is the brain. The desire to understand how people think and why they think in the ways that they do has long concerned...
Ecopsychology: Why human beings need to reconnect to nature
By: Christyl Rivers
Human beings were more or less in balance with their planet for 250,000 years. If one were to consider all previous primates that figure goes up to several million years. There is still a long, long way to go before humanity can be said...
Psychology: What is meant by 'diffusion of responsibility'?
By: Claire Ponsaran
From the late sixties until the early seventies, social scientists did a series of experiments and laboratory studies into human behavior in large groups during a crisis situation. This included a stranger suddenly having an epileptic seizure in a crowded room, a young woman screaming...
By: Malcolm Mckinsey
Summon a mental picture of a Type A personality: aggressive, rude, abrupt and impatient. The picture may conjure a boss, a relative or perhaps even a spouse. And yet, that seemingly toxic personality has some enviable qualities that can translate into success personally and professionally...

 

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