By: G E Barr
SMARTNESS INDICATORSAccording to PISA, which is an organization interested in the education of the most intelligent people in the world, Hong Kong is numero uno when it comes to mathematics. Finland cannot be beat when it comes to Reading Literacy and Science. Interestingly, South Korea...
Language and Culture which came first
By: Rosemary Redfern
Language is the use we make of sounds to name things and express ideas. Over time and with the movement of groups of people, these names have diverged and language has become more complex to incorporate abstract concepts.Culture is how the community we live...
Essays: Consequences
By: Ashish Ganda
We are all one. Our actions and feelings effects us and others. Perceiving the creation as one big tree with innumerable branches, leaves, fruits, flowers and each individual being as a single leaf / fruit / flower / branch on this big tree we can...
By: Can Tran
I had never thought I would come across a sociopath. So far, sociopaths tend to be rare in the world. In my case, never really thought I would actually come across one. A few years back, I had learned to psycho-analyze people through the words...
Language and Culture
By: Laurenc Devita
The question, "which came first, language or culture" assumes there is a meaningful division between culture and language, and there is not such a clear division. Likewise, there is not such a nice distinction between "communication" and "language".Sometimes it is useful to break things...
Examining the psychology of hoarding
By: Nikki-AC
What makes a person hold on to everything that crosses their path? I'll never understand it, but I have a good friend whose father was a packrat and hoarder deluxe! I remember going over to her house after school and barely being able to navigate...
By: Elizabeth Wordsmith
Can human beings change the way that they are? This question is the pursuit of every psychiatrist, psychologist, therapist, motivational speaker, coach, and minister of faith. Before attempting to answer this question, one must understand the basic physical and psychological needs of humans as well...
Examining the psychology of hoarding
By: Bridget Webber
Hoarding is a fear based activity, which stems from an individuals past history of experiences. These experiences may have left them feeling that they didn't have enough, or that they were in severe danger at one time and now crave security. Both of these factors...
Can human beings change the way they are?
By: Cody Hodge
Can human beings change who we are? That's a good question, because from what we see in the news everyday, it seems like people don't want to change, or to learn from mistakes of the past. I think that in some cases, our animal nature...
How natural selection influences our view of viruses
By: David Aaron White
Natural selection explains to doctors that viruses are perfectly capable of evolving in order to combat their medications. In actuality, a virus is not an "idiot" when it comes to treatment, but is a living entity that is able to survive in human beings longer...

 

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