By: Rachelle de Bretagne
Have you ever reached that stage within the span of a lifetime where everyone around you thinks you are wrong ? Perhaps, on reflection, there are areas of your life that you can improve yourself and self reflection is indeed a wonderful tool for appraising who...
By: Jack Kindberg
In the search for the significance of our dreams, we should perhaps start with the basics of neurotransmission, neurochemicals, and neurochemoreceptors.As our brain progresses after birth, and sometimes prior, we have reactions we learn from various stimuli, and automatic reactions from the nervous...
By: Michele Rossi
The human animal is a social, self-aware creature. As such, we are subject to periods when we seek the guidance of another or others to help examine or solve psychological or emotional crises, or to deal with the symptoms, causes and treatments of biological...
By: Be
Freud's Legacy: His views on the structure of personality and the functions of each of the structures he proposed. Sigmund Freud's psychodynamic theory is based upon the belief that psychological problems such as hysteria are driven by unconscious motives and conflicts, which can be traced...
Erik Erikson's theory of ego development
By: Jarred James Breaux
Erik Erikson believed that Freud misjudged human development and created a series of psychosocial stages. Erikson believed that the primary motivation for human behavior was social, not sexual as Freud had predicted. Erikson also believed that the personality continued to develop throughout a person's...
The sexual development of children
By: Jarred James Breaux
From working with mental patients as a medical doctor, Sigmund Freud was able to develop his personality structures and psychoanalytic theory. Freud believed that most of the personality is obscured from us. He also believed that the personality was divided into three structures: the id...
Finding the real meaning of intelligence
By: Jarred James Breaux
Howard Gardner developed the theory of multiple intelligences. According to Gardner, intelligence tests were too narrow in analyzing a person's intellectual abilities. He developed the theory of multiple intelligences to describe varying degrees of abilities in a range of different areas. Gardner supported his theory...
Theories of cognitive development and behavior
By: Jarred James Breaux
Two of the most influential psychologists in education are Jean Piaget & Lev Vygotsky. Both psychologists developed theories into understanding how individuals learn and both psychologists recognized the increase of knowledge with the progression of age. Together, these theories are the basis of modern...
How to tell if you're too proud
By: Dr. G. A. Anderson
It is sometimes difficult, but usually possible to determine whether or not we are too proud. A person who is guilty of being too proud is often disliked because their conversation is self-centered and boastful. They become difficult to be around for any length of...
By: Adele Gregory
There is some debate as to when, how and even whether it is therapeutically useful to express emotions over past events.On one end of the spectrum is the cathartic school of thought, which believes that experiencing the emotions of past events to their full...

 

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