From natural disasters to celebrity deaths to household mishaps, it seems like tragedies always happen in sets of three. Why is this? Is it a simple coincidence, or a cosmic conspiracy?
An analysis of a true-life case study regarding social psychology and mob mentality.
Although object recognition is important, facial recognition is even more so. Without the ability to distinguish one face from another individuals would be surrounded by people he or she does not know, even when...
A summary of the social learning theory explanation for gender differences. Outlines the key principles of the social learning theory regarding this matter.
"Beauty is in the eye of the beholder" "Beauty comes from within" "Beauty is skin deep" (popular quotes regarding beauty) It is a debatable topic, and perhaps a very...
How To Persuade People: Top Ten Persuasion Psychology Tricks and Techniques You Can Use To Influence Others
If you want to know how to influence others, you need to understand a little about persuasion psychology, because subtle mental cues are the keys to influencing others. This article covers both the psychology of...
"How a people bond to each other is taught in early childhood and reinforced for the rest of their lives." peer reviewed sources. introduction to human bonding. insecure personality types
When you are reading eye body language, it is important to see what direction they are moving in. The pupils also play a major role in reading the eyes. Eyes can squint, bling rapidly, and roll. Reading the eyes can...
Why does prejudice and discrimination still occur? A brief look at two possible theories that explain why prejudice and discrimination occur.
People are inherently social and social psychology attempts to explain why they do the things they do, act the way they act, and think the way they think. In this paper social psychology will be defined, the four key...
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