If you have an INFJ friend, this article will would give you ideas for how to make their birthday special without overwhelming them with surprises.
This hub is for the church musician who is looking for some ideas of appropriate songs to play or sing as the elements are being taken. I will present a few songs that can be played or sung during the Lord’s Supper.
What is a good choir warm up to break the ice? Singing people's names can be a great vocal warm up, and this hub describes how you can jazz this up.
A sociology essay that addresses how Robert Merton's Strain Theory fits into the functionalist theory. Thereafter, I critique Strain Theory from the angle of other classic sociological perspectives, such as conflict, feminist, and symbolic interactionist theories.
The Social Facilitation Theory is a social psychology theory that suggests that our natural dominant response is amplified in the presence of an audience.
Throwing a party? Organizing a little get together? Need a snack to keep awake in class? Want a healthier alternative to potato chips? Try Tapioca Chips! They are so addictive!
This hub looks at patients who show symptoms of body dysmorphic disorder, patients who are extreme perfectionists, and patients who have internalized the glamorous aspects of the cosmetic surgery painted by the media to show these psychological factors can contradict the favorable outcomes of...
Being a choir accompanist can be a most enjoyable job to some, while it can be excruciatingly stressful for others. Here are some guiding principles that all accompanists should abide by, no matter what kind of choir they are accompanying.
The only opportunity she could jump at to study was when her brother was having Chinese lessons with the family tutor. My grandmother would sit quietly at the far end of the long rectangular dining table, across her brother and tutor, listening intently. In fact, this training taught her to read...
The biomedical model of medicine is the dominant healthcare model in many countries. What happens to other complementary and alternative treatments that do not fit into the mould? This hub is part 2 of a case study of Music Therapy in Singapore.
There are tons of parenting strategies out there, some of them rather radical and other unconventional. This hub is my tribute to all parents, where I marry classic psychology (operant conditioning) with the parenting experience.
There are social consequences that result from the medicalization of our human conditions and struggles, which Peter Conrad (2007) wrote about in his book the Medicalization of Society. This hub addresses some of the consequences, and will be helpful to anyone who is seeking to understand the...
Behaviors and health conditions that are not socially accepted with yet unapplied medical definitions do serve as potential issues that can be medicalized. This hub looks at the medicalization of health from a sociological point of view.
William Ryan’s idea of blaming the victim is especially valuable, as it points out to us the importance of looking beyond the individual.
Taking a human sexuality class can be a most enlightening, interesting and extremely thought provoking. In this hub, I reflect on some of the concepts that dealt with in the human sexuality class I took.
How Karl Marx's concepts of religion and alienation can contribute to our understanding of today's society.
Being a left-hander in our society is both cool and yet difficult in many aspects. This hub provides some psychological research and thoughts about being a left-hander.