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?
Social Dominance Orientation and Right-wing Authoritarian personalities need to be understood in order to analyze today's politics. This hub lets you take a SDO quiz and discusses the SDO phenomenon.
"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
The Sweaty T-Shirt Experiment would seem to suggest that our nose plays a bigger part in who we are sexually attracted to than any other factor. Read on, and find out how and why . . .
Solomon Asch Experiments on conformity. How important is it to you, or to people generally to fit in? Why do many people choose to fit in?
Article on Conflict and Resolution. The Article focuses on concepts Conflict Resolution and Peacemaking concepts of Social Psychology.
When you are reading body language, it is important to see what side of the body is doing the talking. When a mother holds her baby, most of the time, she will hold it to her left side, because this side is closest to her heart. The baby can hear...
This article explains the concept of self in social psychology. How we define ourselves? What is a self-schema and how does a schema effect who we are?
Do you believe in all those old myths about England? Well come and take a look at the real truth behind those stories, you may well be surprised!
In 1963 Stanley Milgram set out on a psychological quest to understand the reasoning behind the violent genocide that occurred in World War II (Milgram, 1964). His experiment would go down in the annals of psychology as one of the most shocking and...