Optical and visual illusions intrigue us because we know what we are seeing isn’t real. How optical illusions work is by tricking your brain, making you think an image is moving when in reality it is stationary.
Most people assume that extroverts are people who are socially friendly while introverts are shy. Or maybe there's a half way type - an ambivert!
Introduction to classical conditioning including: acquisition, extinction, spontaneous recovery, generalization, and discrimination.
The three main core conditions that Carl Rogers considered essential for effective counselling are: 1. Unconditional Positive Regard (UPR) 2. Empathy 3. Congruence However in Roger’s paper “The...
Exploring the implications of brain damage as started by the case of Phineas Gage. What did his case mean to psychology? How can we use the information from his case today in diagnosis?
Reading people's body language is a great way of knowing what they're really thinking. Learn how to understand the subconscious cues that give away what many people are truly feeling and thinking.
Do you enjoy going to the mall and watching people converse with others? Are you constantly observing other people? Do you like putting puzzles together? People are puzzles, every piece more important and interesting than the last. There are many...
In this article, you will read about the effects, ocurrence and benefits of Alpha brain waves. Also, you will get a list with all Alpha waves frequencies and what they do specfically and more.
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.
A guide to introvert personality in sport. Information on concentration, group/ individual mentality, examples of sports for introverts and a quiz