Psychology & Psychiatry
Individuals with Learning Disabilities
A problem with the brain's capacity to comprehend information can be characterized as a learning difficulty, often known as a learning disability. People with learning disabilities might not learn as quickly in the same way as their peers, and they could consider some elements of learning difficult.
Kohlberg's Stages of Moral Development and Cognitive Dissonance as a Mechanism for Moral Improvement
How does cognitive dissonance spur adolescent moral development?
Depression and Solution
Depression is a persistent feeling if sadness for a long time, at least two weeks or more. Some people think depression is trivial and not a genuine. They're wrong – it is a real illness with real symptoms. It is treatable and seeking medical help early may help increase the recovery.
5 Bad Habits That Are Actually Good for You
When we think about the bad habits of some of the most successful people, we often assume these people didn't do things the "right" way, or they weren't willing to do things they didn't like. But, we all have our bad habits, whether they're intentional or not.
What Anger Management Methods Are There?
There are a lot of people that have a hard time regulating their tempers. Gentle exercises like deep breathing, relaxing imagery, and moderate, non-strenuous movement akin to yoga can soothe angry emotions. People with anger management challenges need to have others' support and encouragement.
Explanation of Aggression and Domestic Violence in the Light of Social Psychology
In our daily lives, we use the term "aggression" to refer to someone acting violently toward another person. We all experience moments of anger, but when it persists or is excessive, it might be a symptom of a mental health issue or other health problem.
A Radical "Mind": B. F. Skinner and Operant Conditioning
Radical and innovative, two words used to describe Skinner and his theory of Operant Conditioning, a form of Behaviorism. He wanted to understand, explain and control behavior through scientific means, let's talk about it!
The Role of Biology and Culture in Social Psychology
Describe the role of biology and culture in the field of social psychology, after 1990. How do you think the field will change because of this more recent shift?
A Brief History of Classical Conditioning: Basic Concepts and Authors
Behaviorism is a theory of learning in psychology that proposes that behaviors (actions) are acquired through the interaction with the environment. One of the most important perspectives within this theory is Classical Conditioning. What's the history behind this theory and conditioning?
Who Is the Founder of Nlp
If you're curious to know who is Dr. Richard Bandler, read on to discover His career, books, and impact on NLP. In this article, you'll learn all you need to know about this American consultant who has had a profound influence on many different fields.
1 Simple Way to Live a More Productive and Happy Life
This is a personal story of how I changed myself for the better to live a more productive and happy life. The story talks about the importance of puttering and how it can be leveraged to make ourselves more productive. This article is inspired by Brenda Arledge’s week 54 prompt “Happy”.
Women, an Entangled Tale of Sacrifice
In the society of both men and women, the term "sacrifice" varies. How does that vary? Who is to decide what the true meaning of sacrifice is? How to get rid of the obsession with women's sacrifice? The answer is by changing the "Thought", the thought to change the stereotype of sacrifice.
What Is Motivation and What Motivates People?
Motivation is the key to being successful in life. In this article, the author first defines motivation and then introduces Maslow's hierarchy of needs. Next, based on experience, he gives examples of how people are motivated.
Creativity: An Essential Skill to Develop in the 21st Century
As a vital skill, Creativity seems to be diminishing at this time. But let's discover from this article why we all need creativity in the 21st century.
Hypnagogia: A Window to Creative Dreaming
While reading a book, or watching a movie, everyone would have experienced a moment when one slips into a state of semi-sleep. This is the state of half wakefulness when one just starts having dreams- blurry images and illogical thought bits floating in one’s head.
I Thought I Was Becoming a Narcissist But I'm Not
Social Media is a helpful communication tool, but too much may cause trouble. In this personal essay, the author talks about her predicament with social media. She thinks it makes a good breeding ground for narcissists. Consider her answers to some questions about the ill effects of social media.
Lie, Lie, Lie Until It Weaves Into Your Fabric and Becomes a Craft Innovating in Practicing It
As we know, we are in a dire need to stop innovating in practising lie craft. To know well about lie, you can read this article.
The Life of a Psychopath
From lack of empathy and poor behavioral controls to other forms of antisocial deviances that none other than a psychopath could understand, in this article, I intend to delve into the mind of a psychopath and try to figure out why they do what they do.
How to Create Good Habits and Eliminate Bad Habits in Our Lives
In this article I am going to show you how to break bad habits and build good habits. A habit can be defined as behavior or action that is performed frequently and automatically. Good habits propel you forward towards your goals while bad habits hold you back from achieving your goals.
Common Causes of Suicidal Feelings
A recent survey by the World Health Organization (WHO) revealed that suicide ideation is more common among women than men. In addition, the study found that women are more likely to attempt suicide than men. Suicide attempts are more likely to occur if a person is unable to cope with their feelings.
Strength of Personality Test
Personality is a very important aspect of any human being. It is not just about the physical appearance, but also about the way you think and feel. Personality tests are used to assess your personality based on questions that are asked.
Rewriting the Internal Dialog of Limiting Self Beliefs
Change your internal dialog and release your old limiting self-beliefs. You are capable of limitless potential and it all begins with the knowledge and power of your mind.
Understanding Children With Conduct Disorder: Symptoms and Management
Conduct disorder is a behavioral disorder that begins during childhood or adolescence. Read on to learn about the symptoms and management of conduct disorder.
Enter the Mind Benders: Let Us Analyze Psychology & Psychiatry
Enter the Mind Benders: Let Us Analyze Psychology & Psychiatry. Why nothing is anybody's fault, there is no such thing as crime, too much self-esteem, psychotropic drugs, therapized nation, happy pills,Carl Jung & his handlers, Behavior is no disease, you must be in denial, imagine there's no Heaven
Mass Social-Media Induced-Illness: A Viral Epidemic
Also known as mass hysteria or epidemic hysteria, mass psychogenic illness (MPI) has existed historically across cultures, manifesting in ways such as dancing plagues or witch hunts. Now, this phenomena has transcended the physical realm and transformed into an epidemic spread via social media.
Cognitive Personality Theory: An Appreciation
An appreciation article for Cognitive Personality Theory, a personality classification system that allows nuance, fluidity and individual differences, devised by Harry Murrell. A fresh air into the chaotic world of personality types.