this hub briefly outlines the psychodynamic and sociocultural factors of depression and studies that support and oppose the theories.
Some psychologists believe that more than 2% of the population of the United States could be psychopaths. How can you tell who they are and are they that dangerous? Let me tell you my own personal story of how a...
In this hub I talk about Stockholm Syndrome: What it is, it's roots in human evolution, where the term originated, and victims of the psychological phenomenon.
This is the first edition of a new series which answers readers questions about psychology. This edition answers questions about narcissistic personality disorder.
The large/very large family contains many negatives, even pathologies that isn't commonly found in smaller families. Such include no individualized attention, parentified children & unequal treatment.
You have probably noticed, especially if you've found your way to this article, that some people shake their legs a lot. You might be sitting in the waiting room at the doctor's office, in the lobby waiting to be seated...
This article continues a discussion of Narcissistic Personality Disorder by examining whether narcissists are delusional or psychotic. A brief book review is also included.
The large family was once the norm. With the advent of birth control, large families were no longer the norm. In fact, large families were seen as undesirable to all involved, particularly children.
Eating, gender, sexual, personality disorders and substance abuse occur commonly enough in American society to cause a growing concern as the number of cases of the varied disorders rise.
Tony Stark: Case Study and Psychological Assessment. The Psychopathology and Treatment of Anxiety: Edna Foa