Reality television has brought hoarding out into the public eye. Most television viewers have seen at least a few minutes of shows that highlight people who have stockpiled everything from unopened boxes of QVC vauder to trash, and dead animals....
An overview of the unusual psychological condition known as "Stockholm Syndrome," including how and why it happens and famous historical occurrences.
“But there is no 'real me'...though I can hide my cold gaze, and you can shake my hand and feel flesh gripping yours, and maybe you can even sense our lifestyles are comparable, I simply am not there"
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.
Gender, sexual, and personality disorders occur commonly enough in society to cause a growing concern as the number of cases increse.
this hub briefly outlines the psychodynamic and sociocultural factors of depression and studies that support and oppose the theories.
Summary Ernest Hemingway was a gifted writer. He wrote many well-known, well-loved books throughout his life. Hemingway did suffer with mental health problems. While just a child, his immediate fami
Psychology captured the attention of inquisitive minds from the oldest of sources available, though abnormal psychology only recently appeared in scientific nomenclature. A brief examination of the origins of abnormal psychology, its evolution and its major theoretical models will provide...
Schizophrenia describes a collection of disorders that have a connection to hallucinations of the sensory organs and delusions at a minimum. This is Part One.
What is “abnormal?” What is “normal?” The term abnormal psychology once referred to psychological behavior that was “deviant,” that is, significantly different from the norm.