Inner Experience: From James Hillman's Archetypal Psychology Towards a Liberation Psychology - Mad In America - James Moore
Inner Experience: From James Hillman's Archetypal Psychology Towards a Liberation Psychology - Mad In America James Moore
Albert Bandura, Leading Psychologist of Aggression, Dies at 95 The New York Times
Educational Psychology Alumna Jessica Vandenberg '21PHD Named 2021 Computing Innovation Fellow - NC State College of Education News
Educational Psychology Alumna Jessica Vandenberg '21PHD Named 2021 Computing Innovation Fellow NC State College of Education News
Wittenberg Announces New Keil Chair in Psychology Wittenberg University
The Psychology of Olympic-Level Achievements The Atlantic
American Psychological Association Releases Community Advocacy Toolkit Colorado College News
Does the Door-in-the-Face Technique Really Work? Psychology Today
Psychology Professor James Sidanius, Leading Scholar and 'Renaissance Man,' Dies at 75 | News - Harvard Crimson
Psychology Professor James Sidanius, Leading Scholar and 'Renaissance Man,' Dies at 75 | News Harvard Crimson
Research Roundup: Psychology Of Teenagers; UTIs; Drug Compounders Kaiser Health News
What psychology says about COVID non-compliers News - The University of Sydney
Colour psychology: how to use colour to learn more about yourself Stylist Magazine
Local psychologist weighs in on Simone Biles' decision to withdraw from Olympic competitions - ABC Action News
Local psychologist weighs in on Simone Biles' decision to withdraw from Olympic competitions ABC Action News
The Dark Side of Confidence Psychology Today
The Psychology Behind Your Worst Investment Decisions Kiplinger's Personal Finance
Program To Expand Diversity in Developmental Psychology Research University of Texas at Dallas
Socioeconomic networks and built environments of cities contribute to lower rates of psychological depression - Phys.org
Socioeconomic networks and built environments of cities contribute to lower rates of psychological depression Phys.org
Psychology Department Receives Anonymous Gift : SLU Saint Louis University
Purpose and the Life Review Psychology Today
Suicide in the Pandemic: A Prediction That Didn't Come True Psychology Today
Your Brain Developed in Three Basic Stages Psychology Today
Summer Reading Contest Winner Week 4: On ‘The Psychology Behind Sibling Rivalry’ - The New York Times
District prioritizes school psychologists, talks COVID-19, staff shortages - Citrus County Chronicle
District prioritizes school psychologists, talks COVID-19, staff shortages Citrus County Chronicle
Psychologist Corey Gonzales discusses importance of vacations for emotional, physical healing - KGET 17
Psychologist Corey Gonzales discusses importance of vacations for emotional, physical healing KGET 17
Why Are Narcissists So Easily Bored? Psychology Today
Pregnancy during the pandemic: A Clinical Psychologist conducts research study to help women with postpartum - WBOY.com
Pregnancy during the pandemic: A Clinical Psychologist conducts research study to help women with postpartum WBOY.com
Einhorn’s Theory of Happiness Psychology Today
Can’t Remember What You Discussed in Therapy? Psychology Today
How to Let Go Psychology Today
‘Speaking of Psychology,’ an award-winning podcast, explores new research and discoveries into how we think and behave - The Washington Post
‘Speaking of Psychology,’ an award-winning podcast, explores new research and discoveries into how we think and behave The Washington Post
UNC psychology student heads to Olympics as part of U.S. rhythmic gymnastics team - The Daily Tar Heel
UNC psychology student heads to Olympics as part of U.S. rhythmic gymnastics team The Daily Tar Heel
How Your Communication Style Affects Your Relationship Psychology Today
Happiness Requires Practice Psychology Today
How Sleep Affects Your Telomeres Psychology Today
Childhood Trauma and Adult-Life Relational Issues Psychology Today
Orlando psychologist explains how to discuss masks with kids ahead of new school year - WKMG News 6 & ClickOrlando
Orlando psychologist explains how to discuss masks with kids ahead of new school year WKMG News 6 & ClickOrlando
Is 25 the New 18? Adolescence Comes of Age Psychology Today
Thanaweya Amma Psychology exam circulates on social media minutes after its start - Daily News Egypt
6 Major Body Language Turnoffs Psychology Today
Why knowledge in psychological sciences is important for tomorrow's business leaders - The Business Times
Why knowledge in psychological sciences is important for tomorrow's business leaders The Business Times
Can COVID Cause Brain Fog and Cognitive Deficits? Psychology Today
The Newest Way to Use Your Emotional Intelligence Psychology Today
Psychology Today Magazine July 2021 Psychology Today
How the Psychology of Place Informs a Profiler—Or a Killer Psychology Today
New video game takes a psychological look into Adolf Hitler The Jerusalem Post
Mental health matters for athletes, local sports psychologist weigh in - KOAA.com Colorado Springs and Pueblo News
Mental health matters for athletes, local sports psychologist weigh in KOAA.com Colorado Springs and Pueblo News
Lab–grown and plant–based meat: the science, psychology and future of meat alternatives – podcast - The Conversation UK
Lab–grown and plant–based meat: the science, psychology and future of meat alternatives – podcast The Conversation UK
Bard Psychologist Richard Lopez Leads New Study on Associations between Self-Regulatory Strategies and Daily Eating Patterns among College-Age Women - Bard News
Bard Psychologist Richard Lopez Leads New Study on Associations between Self-Regulatory Strategies and Daily Eating Patterns among College-Age Women Bard News
The Happiness Myth Psychology Today
Addressing Hong Kong’s Political Crisis as a Psychotherapist Psychology Today
15 Questions to Help Decide if a Relationship Has a Future Psychology Today
New study provides insight into how COVID-19 masks influence the psychology of facial attractiveness - PsyPost
New study provides insight into how COVID-19 masks influence the psychology of facial attractiveness PsyPost
How the Pandemic Continues to Impact Children's Play Psychology Today
How colors affect psychology and what consumers prefer CEOWORLD magazine
Wait, Smiles Do Make You Happy? Psychology Today
Why people are so mad on airplanes and in stores right now Business Insider
The Dangers of Mindfulness Psychology Today
4 Reasons to Take Ownership of Your Feelings Psychology Today
Why Science Denial Happens—and What You Can Do About It Psychology Today
Psychologist: Simone Biles speaking out on mental health could help others with their own struggles - Local 5 - weareiowa.com
Psychologist: Simone Biles speaking out on mental health could help others with their own struggles Local 5 - weareiowa.com
Gaslighting: Beware The Power-Point and Brownie-Point Ploys Psychology Today
What are the psychological effects of gender inequality? Medical News Today
Flatten the Mental Health Curve Psychology Today
The Aims of Psychotherapy Psychology Today
How to Be Alone with Ourselves Psychology Today
COVID lockdowns have made us forgetful. A psychologist explains why (and what you can do about it) - BBC Science Focus Magazine
COVID lockdowns have made us forgetful. A psychologist explains why (and what you can do about it) BBC Science Focus Magazine
Psychologist: Minneapolis dismemberment case shows signs of rage killing, dehumanizing victim - KARE11.com
Psychologist: Minneapolis dismemberment case shows signs of rage killing, dehumanizing victim KARE11.com
What is the Treatment for Bipolar Disorder?
How do we treat bipolar disorder? Specifically, how do we treat mania or depression associated with bipolar disorder? The treatment of these two clinical states is not the same.
Traumas as Social Interactions
("He" in this text - to mean "He" or "She").
Jack the Ripper
At around 3.40am on August 31st 1888, a carter named Charles Cross was making his way along Bucks Row Whitechapel, when he noticed a bundle lying in a gateway. Presuming it to be a tarpaulin, and thinking that it might prove useful, he went to examine it and discovered, instead, that it was the body of a woman. Within moments another carter, Robert Paul, had arrived on the scene and the two decided that the wisest course of action would be to find a policeman. Following a brief search of the neighbourhood, they managed to find three officers and brought them to the site, where one officer, Constable Neil, shone his lantern onto the body and the five men saw, to their horror and disgust, that the woman's throat had been cut back to her spine.
Ever felt urged to steal a piece of bubblegum from the grocery store and given in? Then you are likely training to become either a kleptomaniac or an addictive compulsive thief. Do not despair ? you're not alone. Not a threat. And there is a way out.
Treatment Modalities and Therapies
Narcissism constitutes the entire personality. It is all-pervasive. Being a narcissist is akin to being an alcoholic but much more so. Alcoholism is an impulsive behaviour. Narcissists exhibit dozens of similarly reckless behaviours, some of them uncontrollable (like their rage, the outcome of their wounded grandiosity). Narcissism is not a vocation. Narcissism resembles depression or other disorders and cannot be changed at will.
Four Cognitive Skills for Successful Learning
The word "cognition" is defined as "the act of knowing" or "knowledge." Cognitive skills therefore refer to those skills that make it possible for us to know.
Robotic Bonding Thru Human First Love Memory Replication
Many Science Fiction authors have discussed in many works the issues with robotic assistants and companions. Today we see DARPA awarding a contract to a group of artificial intelligence software gurus to put together a computer assistant, which can read any manual and then explain in human terms what it says. This assistant would be near a human during equipment repairs or preventative maintenance during operations. In the movie Artificial Intelligence you will remember the boy robot was read certain words in a certain order to activate a love program for bonding to the human. In Isaac Asimov's novels he often had long dialogues about the very subject of human bonding, love and companionship amongst robots, androids and organically engineered creatures with their human counter parts.
The Myth of Mental Illness
"You can know the name of a bird in all the languages of the world, but when you're finished, you'll know absolutely nothing whatever about the bird? So let's look at the bird and see what it's doing ? that's what counts. I learned very early the difference between knowing the name of something and knowing something."
Narcissism, Substance Abuse, and Reckless Behaviours
Pathological narcissism is an addiction to Narcissistic Supply, the narcissist's drug of choice. It is, therefore, not surprising that other addictive and reckless behaviours ? workaholism, alcoholism, drug abuse, pathological gambling, compulsory shopping, or reckless driving ? piggyback on this primary dependence.
Insighting Human Behavior thru Gravity Wave Simulations of the Moon
Every police officer will tell you that when there is a full moon, the natives are restless and it will be a long night, with lots of arrests and paperwork? This is a known fact one which cannot be dismissed so easily after such basic observations. An evolutionary theorist would say this is because on moonlit nights our ancient ancestors went on night hunts or that the Sabertooth tigers came to hunt us? Some say these things date back to our Tree Shrew ancestry, all of which Darwin might agree is plausible. Other more spiritual folks might say it is a special time, which brings out human emotion and spirits? Sounds cool to me. I could go for that one? Whatever the case is Lunar Cycles and full moons cause or help along Earth Shift movements of Tectonic plates, coincide with ocean wave actions and indeed cause the behavior shift of many life forms on the Planet's surface. Could this be from an interaction of gravity waves between Earth and Moon? If so does it affect the resonance of mother Earth's 7.89 Hz or heartbeat?
Christian Psychotherapy for Convicts?
Repeated research studies have revealed that secular efforts at rehabilitation have been unsuccessful in preventing recidivism. Not one of the various approaches to psychological counseling has been able to demonstrate success statistically in helping inmates rehabilitate. Among nearly 300,000 prisoners released in 15 states in 1994, 67.5% were re-arrested within 3-years. A study of 1983 releases estimated 62.5% (Langan and Levin, Bureau of Justice Statistics, June 2002).
Nature VS Nurture - Theories of Personality in 21st Century
Nature vs Nurture theories have wasted a lot of energy of human beings. Plato is considered first to realize that you are made of not only flesh but also an intellectual soul.
Hypnosis: A Brief History
Evidence of hypnotic-like phenomena appears in many ancient cultures. The writer of Genesis seems familiar with the anaesthetic power of hypnosis when he reports that God put Adam "into a deep sleep" to take his rib to form Eve. Other ancient records suggest hypnosis was used by the oracle at Delphi and in rites in ancient Egypt (Hughes and Rothovius, 1996). The modern history of hypnosis begins in the late 1700s, when a French physician, Anton Mesmer, revived an interest in hypnosis.
Randomness of Human Thought
Random thought Sequence in the Human Mind. I want to comment on an article about Random Sequence in the Mathematical Association of America Newsletter in January 2002. A lot of philosophical talk has been spent over these notions and many have tried to put a specific analytical answer to the question. Even Bill Gates loves to play cards probably due to the mathematical tendencies of probability. Within the confines of chaos, mathematicians have always tried to explain things of chance, game theory, probability, randomness, luck.
Morality As A Mental State
Get Out of Jail Free: Stop Being Defensive
When Marcus and Sally first met they immediately felt like kindred spirits. Marcus was generally warm and open. But as their relationship continued, Sally noticed that sometimes when he was upset he had trouble talking. When she asked Marcus what was bothering him, he would reply that nothing was wrong. Only when she coaxed him would he eventually tell her. As time went on, his resistance increased. The more she probed, the more reluctant he was . . . neither of them felt an ounce of kinship; they didn't even like each other. (Taking the War Out of Our Words, pp. 8-9)
Do You Love Your Body?
Through out the course of one's life one is faced with and accumulates a history of emotional trauma that becomes stored in ones's energy field. Such trauma poses many problems. These include such things as emotional and physical pain, chronic stress, a drain in one's vital life energy and the tendency for the individual to take flight from the physical body. In this article I hope to address the latter, its consequences and a new modality that may be able to reverse this tendency.
The Essence of Being Human
What does it mean to be Human? Well if you reflect on your thoughts and behaviors and those of the individuals around you on this planet since the beginning of our existence here I think you will likely come to the conclusion that to wear the label Human is not exactly endearing or desirable.
Solution Focus Process: Solution Talk vs. Problem Talk Pt 2
It is crucial that interviewing with helpee progress toward solutions. In addition to Exceptions and Miracle questions, Coping and Scaling questions are also useful and effective methods of moving helpees from problem talk to solution talk.
A Look at The Brain
The endless, immeasurable brain. It does seem like more we discover about it, the more mystery we create. Perhaps the most intriguing of all is the child's brain. In certain ways, children are the most brilliant people in the world. They have the ability to absorb more information than we can conceive of as adults.
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