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Motivating a person to disclose something which he or she holds dear is a challenge that psychologists must surmount. Many people are not willing to divulge any personal information unless they find themselves in situations that will allow expression of their innermost feelings. But how can a counselor gain the trust of his clients? The article below describes specific steps on how to start a conversation and motivate a person to disclose even very personal matters.
Published by Rowena Fernandez 72 months ago in Psychology & Psychiatry | +2 votes | 2 comments
Can the theory of hedonism be used to account for all motivation?
Published by Kerry Hosking 75 months ago in Psychology & Psychiatry | +2 votes | 0 comments
Psychonautics, or the science behind opening your mind.
Published by Daniel Payne 76 months ago in Psychology & Psychiatry | +6 votes | 1 comments
Getting the child to behave in class is getting to be more of a challenge as families split, the child picks up qualities which interfere with their learning etc.
Published by Martin Dansky 80 months ago in Psychology & Psychiatry | +5 votes | 1 comments
Dreams are not just dreams and products of the imagination. You can use dreams to your advantage if you know how.
Published by Felisa Daskeo 80 months ago in Psychology & Psychiatry | +2 votes | 0 comments
An explanation of how neurons communicate, within the cell and among cells.
Published by sasha dolores 86 months ago in Psychology & Psychiatry | +3 votes | 0 comments
There are four current scientific theories about déjà vu, an uncanny type of memory that two-thirds of the population has experienced at some point. These theories are based on different ideas about how memory functions are organized.
Published by Shava Chai 89 months ago in Psychology & Psychiatry | +2 votes | 1 comments
We use the term déjà vu to refer to many other types of memory glitches. Scientists study these types of déjà vu as a way to understand how normal memory functions.
Published by Shava Chai 89 months ago in Psychology & Psychiatry | +4 votes | 1 comments
This is the story of the rare gem; amblygonite. This is a rare stone found mainly in Brazil where it is mined as lithium ore.
Published by John Carter 92 months ago in Psychology & Psychiatry | +2 votes | 0 comments
Shyness can destroy your life. The first step in defeating shyness is to confide in a trusted person you have the condition; they probably do too.
Published by John Carter 93 months ago in Psychology & Psychiatry | +6 votes | 1 comments
Many people suffer from shyness. This can be a crippling consition for many people that affects their lives.
Published by John Carter 93 months ago in Psychology & Psychiatry | +3 votes | 2 comments
Do you find pornography offensive and disgusting? Social scientists give a definition of pornography as a literature, art, or films that are sexually arousing.
Published by Evita G. Gloria 94 months ago in Psychology & Psychiatry | +2 votes | 6 comments
The self gets formed at home and before social contact is made but this is not the social self we know as someone who has been nurtured by a parent and/or cuddled and so is familiar with physical human warmth from an early age. To function properly within a society people were moulded a certain way to fill existing social structures. That moulding is what is called socialization. The child obtains certain genetic and phenotypic features but does not acquire the ability to socialize from the s...
Published by Martin Dansky 95 months ago in Psychology & Psychiatry | +1 votes | 0 comments
Phineas Cage was a foreman for a crew of railroad construction workers, he suffered a major accident when a crow bar like tool penetrated his brain. Cage miraculously recovered, but could no longer work as a foreman because his employers said his personality was so different and so irratic that he was no longer the Phineas Cage that they knew.
Published by carol roach 96 months ago in Psychology & Psychiatry | +2 votes | 2 comments
how to find a genius within
Published by Dr. Harmander Singh 104 months ago in Psychology & Psychiatry | +0 votes | 1 comments
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