By: pilgrimboy
Genius is the result of a rare natural ability which, often when nourished, creates new ideas or items. Saying that it is a "rare natural ability" makes my definition different than that held by Simone de Beauvoir when she wrote, "One is not born a...
By: Em Dickinson
Burrhus Frederic Skinner, commonly known as B. F. Skinner, was a psychological revolutionary in American psychology and education. The most celebrated psychologist since Sigmund Freud, Skinner believed that given the chance, most people can make themselves into anything they want. Skinner's most lasting contribution was...
By: Elijah Dungan
For thousands of years, humanity has been consumed with questions about the world around them. Many of these questions have plagued humanity with an undying thirst of curiosity; a curiosity which has driven men and women to explore the ends of the globe. And now...
By: Thomas Hopkins
Since it's beginning psychology has been used for both good and evil.It has been used to deal with the poor,the elderly and the dissabled bylocking them away in insane assylums and it has been used to dealwith people that others don't like by...
By: Christopher Kendalls
Shopping is great for what it is worth but the older you become the more your goals change with shopping and the way in which it brings about instant gratification (if at all), is remarkably different. The true shopaholic may be looking for deals, and...
By: Norman Ide
None of us are immune to being called names or calling people names. It's been proven that passion rules our reactions to any situation. We have all blamed our name calling on the other person. But honestly we all chose to say the words we...
By: Sally Longson
It takes all sorts to make a world, so I recall reading somewhere. When making any decision, it's important to do your homework, particularly where the decision is a big one, such as a change of career; but then I know of plenty of people...
By: Kris Martin
There is no question that violent behavior has reached epidemic proportions. It seems that every day there is another senseless, horrific act that leaves us wondering what went wrong and how it could have been prevented.As a society, we have brought much of this...
By: Gerald Vest
"Above all else, it seems to me that it is our role as human beings always to join learning to loving-kindness. Learning to learn, learning to love, and to be kind are so closely interconnected and so profoundly interwoven, especially with the sense of touch...
By: Dallas Munkholm
In a society that favors instant gratification using drugs and alcohol to help deal with reality fits perfectly. With online shopping, downloadable movies and music, speed dating, chat rooms, dating and porn sites galore people have learned that anything they want they can get right...

 

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