psychology

What Is Humanism?

Humanists regard religion as a religious practice created by man, and they seek to ensure that religion exists to serve human purposes, rather than to dictate them. They seek to eliminate aspects of religious practices that turn out to be inhuman or dehumanizing and to restore, affirm and promote human prosperity. The term “humanism” is

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What Is Mob Justice?

Mob justice is illegal and unacceptable, but it is increasingly taking place. The legal system is the reason why it prevails in a country, not a source of justification that has become a reason for people to be fearless. In mob justice, a person suspected of being a criminal would be beaten with clubs, stones,

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What Is Hysteria?

Hysteria is a woman’s disease, a widespread disease in which women exhibit a variety of symptoms, including paralysis, convulsions, and suffocation. It is the first mental disorder attributed to women, first described in the second millennium BC by Freud and considered a female disease. American physicians treated the hysteria in the nineteenth century by diagnosing

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What Is Behavioral Economy?

Behavioral economics examines the effects of psychological, cognitive, emotional, cultural and social factors on individual and institution decisions and how these decisions differ from the classical economic theory. Behavioral economics differs from standard economics in that it uses real and complex models of people and it differs from psychology in that it focuses on institutions

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What Is Project MkUltra?

Project MKUltra (MK-Ultra) was a code name given to an illegal experimental program designed and conducted by the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). It was organized by the CIA’s Office of Scientific Intelligence and coordinated with the U.S. Army’s Biological Warfare Laboratory. The program was sanctioned in 1953, downsized in 1964 and restricted in 1967.

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How To Practice Shadow Work?

Shadow work is that it is not about reaching a higher state of consciousness, but about aligning oneself. I think shadow work increases your frequency, which means that you will be attracted to better things and your dreams will manifest more easily due to the law of attraction. Most people find that mindfulness helps, and

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What Is Clinical Psychology?

Clinical psychology is a broad field defined by the American Psychological Association (APA) as a field of psychology that specializes in the treatment of mental health problems such as depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder. Clinical psychologists are trained to assess, identify, and treat a full range of psychological diagnoses, including those considered the most

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What Is Emotional Abuse?

Emotional abuse is extremely dangerous and harmful to a person’s well-being, and often has lifelong psychological effects. The abusive partner uses emotional abuse to gain and maintain power in the relationship, and their behavior is likely to escalate over time. People in abusive relationships tend to blame themselves for the abuse, believing that they must

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What Is Juanic Psychology/ The Shadow Psychology?

Juanic psychology, the shadow or shadow aspect, can refer to an unconscious aspect of our personality that is identified not by the conscious self but by its unconscious aspects. A shadow is a person who is not fully conscious, as one tends to reject the least desirable aspects of one’s personality, but remains conscious of

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What Is Antisocial Personality Disorder (ASPD)?

When we speak of an antisocial, we usually mean a person who has difficulty integrating and identifying with society, or who has no direct interest in it. In other words, antisocial personality disorder is a personality disorder, not just antisocial traits. People with antisocial personality disorder tend to disregard authority, laws and other people’s rights.

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