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  • Psychologist Dr. Billy Kidd interviews a 1960s Acid Guide. They discuss the psychology of psychedelics and make the counterculture movement come alive.

    LSD: Interview With a 1960s Acid Guide

    LSD: Interview With a 1960s Acid Guide

    by Dr Billy Kidd5

  • A brilliant sociological examination of Lin Village in Fujian Province in China, this book reads more like a richly characterized novel than a dry sociological work.

    The Spiral Road: Change in a Chinese Village

    The Spiral Road: Change in a Chinese Village

    by Ryan Thomas0

  • The term “monetary standard” refers to the monetary system of a country. There are three main types of monetary standards...

    Monetary Standard - Meaning and Types

    Monetary Standard - Meaning and Types

    by Sundaram Ponnusamy1

  • Who wants high-tech instruments, algorithms, and forecast models when all you need to know is that a plentiful crop of pine cones means a harsh winter is coming? Or not.

    Weather Folklore

    Weather Folklore

    by Rupert Taylor2

  • I originally wrote the base paper for this hub as part of an assignment for my Econ 224 Macroeconomics class over at American InterContinental University Online. I received an A on the paper, although it was a bit of a bear for me to write. There...

    Economic Growth Strategies for Hong Kong & Singapore

    Economic Growth Strategies for Hong Kong & Singapore

    by Cameron Corniuk4

  • This article considers the question of where violent behavior in humans comes from. It is a condition caused by genetics or learned from environmental influences. Is violent behavior a result of nature or nurture or the combination of both?

    Is Violent Behavior a Result of Nature or Nurture, or Both?

    Is Violent Behavior a Result of Nature or Nurture, or Both?

    by Cristina2

  • Ancient lore told of a mysterious inhabited island that existed far to the north. This land was named Thule. Might there be any truth to this legend or is it simply fiction?

    Finding Thule: The Uncharted Lands of the North

    Finding Thule: The Uncharted Lands of the North

    by Chris Pinard0

  • In the process of business expansion, producers may benefit from the emergence of economies of scale. These economies are broadly classified into two types: Internal Economies and External Economies.

    Economies of Scale - Meaning and Types

    Economies of Scale - Meaning and Types

    by Sundaram Ponnusamy2

  • An analysis of utopian and dystopian literature as well as some real-world attempts at creating utopian societies during the Protestant Reformation. I also have a summary of modern day utopias.

    Analyzing Utopian and Dystopian Societies

    Analyzing Utopian and Dystopian Societies

    by JourneyHolm7

  • What is the best way to stimulate an economy? Is it best to lower taxes or increase wages, both or neither? These are questions which both Democrat and Republican politicians debate in the course of attempting to determine the best path for growing...

    The Differences Between Supply Side and Demand Side Economics

    The Differences Between Supply Side and Demand Side Economics

    by ecoggins12

  • The Bystander Effect is a tragic, yet real, part of the human experience. Why do we not help others when they may or may not be in trouble? Video examples of this very interesting psychological concept are provided.

    Examples of the Bystander Effect

    Examples of the Bystander Effect

    by Boulism17

  • To help society with the issue of crime, criminology or the study of crime has been instrumental in the prediction, deterrence, punishment, and explanation of crime. Criminology is an important part of society today. For people to understand what is happening in the world today, they must go back and look at previous data and research. Perceived notions of past and present criminologists along with hard data and statistics make the criminal justice system what it is today.

    Schools of Criminology

    Schools of Criminology

    by Katelynn Torrence1

  • Most people probably do not know what the MMPI or 16PF is, but mention the Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator personality test, and they are likely to show at least a glimmer of recognition. Katharine Briggs and her daughter designed the test after reading Psychological Types, The Psychology of Individuation by Carl G. Jung (Meyers, 2006). Although some research shows that not everyone who takes the test again gets the same results each time, the Myers-Briggs type indicator is not only very popular

    The History and Significance of the Myers-Briggs Personality Test

    The History and Significance of the Myers-Briggs Personality Test

    by Jennifer L. Black0

  • After 75 years of being upstaged by plastics, the tagua nut, known as "vegetable ivory" has resurfaced as one of the most sustainable products in the world. Hopefully, its comeback will put an end to the senseless slaughter of animals for their tusks.

    Vegetable Ivory: A Humane Alternative to Elephant Poaching

    Vegetable Ivory: A Humane Alternative to Elephant Poaching

    by Catherine Tally21

  • Feral children have fascinated us for millennia. We've concoted many fanciful stories of children who have lived and survived in the wild. But this hub reveals that there is substantial truth behind the myths and the legends. In this hub, you'll meet the real Mowgli's and Tarzan's and learn how they survived, how they were rescued, and whether they were successfully rehabiliated...

    Feral Children: Fact or Fiction?

    Feral Children: Fact or Fiction?

    by James Kenny39

  • In online discussion, proper argumentation has practically been replaced by the use of memes or meme-driven statements. Why are communities such as atheists increasingly relying on memes as arguments?

    Atheists and the Use of Memes as Arguments

    Atheists and the Use of Memes as Arguments

    by Joel Furches3

  • Norse and Celtic Europe is plentiful with myths and folklore that mention nine maidens. Where do these legends originate? Might there be a spiritual legacy to these maidens?

    The Cult of Nine Maidens in Northwest Europe

    The Cult of Nine Maidens in Northwest Europe

    by Chris Pinard3

  • This case examine the implications of the merger of Pepsi Co. and Quaker Oats Company for the rivalry between Coca-Cola Co. and PepsiCo, and for value creation by each firm.

    Coke Versus Pepsi, 2001: WACC & EVA Analysis

    Coke Versus Pepsi, 2001: WACC & EVA Analysis

    by lee custodio6

  • A review of the language, beliefs, and practices of the Rastafari as displayed in Leonard Barrett's "The Rastafarians," as well as the words and music of the people themselves.

    The Word Magic of the Rastafari

    The Word Magic of the Rastafari

    by Megan Faust8

  • The late 19th century was a critical time of change: social, economical, political, and more. This change resulted from the revolutions of the previous centuries. Three such revolutions in particular are the French Revolution, Scientific Revolution, and the Christian Reformation. The culmination of these three revolutions gave birth to new political, social, and economical ideologies of Capitalism, Socialism- governmental and non-governmental, and Communism/Anarchism. Each ideology broke bonds w

    Revolution: Its Impact on Economic Theorists

    Revolution: Its Impact on Economic Theorists

    by enewcomer7

  • This list is a collection of five of the best sociological books out there. This list does not include textbooks or readers, but rather, books that one would read outside of the classroom. Scroll down to explore the fascinating world of sociology and culture.

    Five Must-Read Sociology Books

    Five Must-Read Sociology Books

    by Brittany Kennedy10

  • Roberto Calvi, who was known as God’s banker, was found hanging under a bridge in London, a gruesome discovery that was first deemed to be suicide but later determined to be murder.

    Who Killed God’s Banker?

    Who Killed God’s Banker?

    by Rupert Taylor1

  • ESTP is one of the 16 identifiable personality types. Like all personality types, the ESTP personality has both strengths and weaknesses that make it unique. Learn about ESTP careers as well as ESTP relationships here.

    The ESTP Personality: Life, Careers, and Relationships

    The ESTP Personality: Life, Careers, and Relationships

    by LQWILLIams0

  • The article discusses the definition of "normal" and how "normal childhood" is defined differently based on context. Recommendations are made for how children can contribute to this description.

    Is There Really Such a Thing as an Ideal Childhood?

    Is There Really Such a Thing as an Ideal Childhood?

    by Natalie Frank6

  • Susan Cain's book "Quiet" provides an interesting perspective on the unique strengths of introverts and explains why the world needs to embrace both extroverts and introverts.

    What's Wrong With Being an Introvert?

    What's Wrong With Being an Introvert?

    by Kathy Sima28

  • Image couresty of Real Future Real Future The idea of the modern state that exists today never attained fruition until the perhaps the 18th century. The modern state and its accompanying instruments, institutions and mechanisms that we know of and...

    Did War Really Make the Modern State?

    Did War Really Make the Modern State?

    by lazybum7

  • "Estan locos? Are you guys crazy? The Shuar kill strangers on their land." This was the reaction of the (non-Shuar) locals at the edge of the Ecuadorian rainforest when my friend and I told them we planned to try and meet some Shuar people.

    Shuar: Meeting the Headshrinkers of the Amazon Basin

    Shuar: Meeting the Headshrinkers of the Amazon Basin

    by Marie McKeown11

  • Do you prefer your solitude, enjoy having a social life or fall somewhere in between?Let's look at how the characteristics of an introvert differ from those of an extrovert to see where YOU fall on

    Are You an Introvert or an Extrovert?

    Are You an Introvert or an Extrovert?

    by Rebecca Fiskaali20

  • Identity is not only about how individuals see themselves but also about how others see them. Identity formation is an important part of the socialization process. It is significant because establishing identity and learning about the identities of others is how we determine who we will develop relationships with (Browne, 2008). Gender and sexual identity are two facets of identity development that cannot only cause confusion but also have long-term consequences on an individual’s mental healt

    Cultural Differences: Sexual Identity, Gender Identity, and Sexual Orientation

    Cultural Differences: Sexual Identity, Gender Identity, and Sexual Orientation

    by Jennifer L. Black7

  • What is your animal personality profile? The BOLT test results may surprise you! There are four personality types: the bull, owl, lamb, and tiger. Knowing the types and understanding the differences between them improves communication, sales, and customer service.

    The BOLT Personality Profile Test

    The BOLT Personality Profile Test

    by Katheryn8

  • As atheism has become a cohesive force in society, questions regarding "belief" and "doubt" are emerging as an important issue for psychological study. Here is what psychology says.

    Atheism and the Psychology of Doubt and Belief

    Atheism and the Psychology of Doubt and Belief

    by Joel Furches1

  • Hallucinations can range from mild to severe. A hallucination is any perception in the absence of a stimulus. While most people think of visual hallucinations, they can also be sounds, or even smells or tastes. Psychoactive drugs, Schizophrenia, and nerve damage are common causes of hallucinations. While some are pleasant, like the scent of perfume that isn't there, others are overwhelming like the sense that insects are crawling all over you.

    10 Types of Hallucinations

    10 Types of Hallucinations

    by Jenna Ivy3

  • For almost two decades James “Whitey” Bulger, described as a “stone cold killer,” reigned supreme in Boston’s criminal world, a position he held thanks to his friends in the FBI.

    The Crimes of Gangster James “Whitey” Bulger

    The Crimes of Gangster James “Whitey” Bulger

    by Rupert Taylor1

  • People text while stepping into traffic, they spend money at casinos and race tracks thinking they are going to win, and they run with the bulls in Pamplona.

    The World of Stupidity

    The World of Stupidity

    by Rupert Taylor1

  • The development of ethnography, important figures in cultural anthropology, and how ethnography changed history.

    Why Ethnography is Important

    Why Ethnography is Important

    by Melanie Shebel26

  • Recently, I was talking to a colleague at work and I mentioned that civilizations tend to last only 500 years. I had heard this somewhere but I couldn't remember where. Of course, to even begin this discussion raises the question of what exactly...

    What Is an Example of Civilization?

    What Is an Example of Civilization?

    by larryfreeman14

  • A questionnaire refers to a device for securing answers to questions by using a form which the respondent fills in by himself. It consists of a number of questions printed or typed in a definite order. A schedule is a structure of set of questions on a given topic which are asked by the interviewer or investigator personally.

    What Is

    What Is "Schedule" and "Questionnaire" in Research Methodology

    by Dilip Chandra6

  • Have you ever wondered why series such as "The Walking Dead" or horror films such as "The Shining" attract a huge audience although they are full of atrocities?

    Why Is Horror So Popular?

    Why Is Horror So Popular?

    by Clarissa Schmal3

  • For a fee, some people agreed to assume the transgressions of the dead in the belief this would ease their passage into heaven.

    Sin Eaters Paid to Purify the Dead

    Sin Eaters Paid to Purify the Dead

    by Rupert Taylor1

  • How a con man duped struggling farmers into a pigeon breeding scheme that had fraud written all over it.

    The Pigeon King Swindle

    The Pigeon King Swindle

    by Rupert Taylor1

  • A scholarly article analysing the intricate relations of power and knowledge as put forward by Michel Foucault in his books "Discipline and Punish" and "The History of Sexuality"

    Power: Knowledge Equations in Michel Foucault

    Power: Knowledge Equations in Michel Foucault

    by Monami0

  • What makes a male a male? What makes a female a female? You may be surprised to learn that the answers to these questions vary from culture to culture.

    Gender Schema Theory

    Gender Schema Theory

    by LQWILLIams3

  • Assault is a deliberate creation of a well based belief that a harmful or offensive contact is about to occur. Battery comprises this contact.

    The Tort of Assault and Battery

    The Tort of Assault and Battery

    by Colleen Swan6

  • Nature has its dangers, but without it we starve ourselves in more ways than we can imagine. From nature we learn what it is to be human, how we fit in to life, and how we can make life easier.

    How Nature Affects Mental and Economic Health

    How Nature Affects Mental and Economic Health

    by Sustainable Sue6

  • Conspiracy in itself can constitute a crime. Assistance given in any form, with knowledge of its intended use in a criminal act, involves the provider in whatever conduct ensues.

    Criminal Law - Conspiracy

    Criminal Law - Conspiracy

    by Colleen Swan7

  • Ostensibly paranormal deathbed phenomena are widely reported across cultures. Palliative care teams in hospices and nursing homes are also witness to a broad spectrum of perplexing occurrences.

    What Happens at the Hour of Death?

    What Happens at the Hour of Death?

    by John Paul Quester2

  • Though gender roles are clearly defined, in Zuni culture gender is not tightly bound to biological sex. Zuni sacred history promotes a cultural role for people of a third 'middle' gender.

    The "Middle" Gender in Zuni Religion

    The "Middle" Gender in Zuni Religion

    by Lili Adams4

  • The Iran-Iraq War was a costly mistake in both human life and economic damage and it directly contributed to Saddam's decision to invade Kuwait.

    Saddam's Wars: The Iran-Iraq War

    Saddam's Wars: The Iran-Iraq War

    by Lloyd Busch0

  • Why is it so hard for people to admit when they are wrong? Research says it’s because that’s the way the human brain is wired. Our biased brain convinces us that we are right in spite of a mountain of evidence to the contrary.

    Admitting a Wrong:  The Challenge and the Reward

    Admitting a Wrong: The Challenge and the Reward

    by Kim Harris38

  • "I'm bored," you say. But what is boredom and why does it happen? Exploring the scientific perspective leads to surprisingly helpful insights that might banish boredom forever. Interested ? Read on...

    Why Do We Get Bored?

    Why Do We Get Bored?

    by Amanda Littlejohn60

  • In the folklore and mythology of every culture there have been stories and legends of giants. Were the myths based on facts or were the facts exaggerated into mythological legends over time?

    Human Giants in Lore, Myth, and Life

    Human Giants in Lore, Myth, and Life

    by Phyllis Doyle Burns21

  • After reading this article, you will have an understanding of what Cambridge Analytica is. It describes the roles of the key players and how they collected and analysed big data to influence not only groups of potential Trump voters, but also targeted individuals based on their Facebook profiles.

    Cambridge Analytica:  What is it?  How did it start, and Where is it going?

    Cambridge Analytica: What is it? How did it start, and Where is it going?

    by Mike Russo48

  • Ever since the tuberculosis bacterium and its transmission modes were identified in the late 1800s, municipalities across the country have struggled with enacting and enforcing effective laws against spitting.

    Spitting in America - Does Law Enforcement Work?

    Spitting in America - Does Law Enforcement Work?

    by Sherri61

  • As the “American City” expanded its industry, people began to pour into the city. Immigrants and people from the hinterlands moved to the city looking for a better life and more opportunities. In other words, they came to work. And as more people moved into the cities, the greater the demand was for living space close to their jobs. As a result, tenement buildings sprung up around the city. The owners of the tenements, in hopes of getting rich quick, built buildings cheaply and divided them in

    The Causes of Conflict Between Tenement Residents and City Officials

    The Causes of Conflict Between Tenement Residents and City Officials

    by enewcomer2

  • Nearly every town, village, city and state has some type of law prohibiting public urination. And if you're one of the hundred thousand or so people each year who have been caught in the act, then you probably need some level of guidance on how to...

    Public Urination: A Lawyer's Guide

    Public Urination: A Lawyer's Guide

    by Jason Stern6

  • Though criticized as somewhat reductionist and overly codified, Piaget was the first developmental psychologist to postulate a series of cognitive stages through which children grow and develop.

    Piaget and Child Cognitive Development

    Piaget and Child Cognitive Development

    by adamschwartz0

  • A discussion on the current uses and laws regarding the use of psychologists in local law enforcement and enhanced interrogation tactics as well as an argument for the use of psychologists.

    Psychology in Interrogation Tactics

    Psychology in Interrogation Tactics

    by MK Sloan0

  • Although object recognition is important, facial recognition is even more so.In this paper the cognitive processes involved in facial recognition, identification, and classification will be explained.

    The Importance of Facial Recognition

    The Importance of Facial Recognition

    by Jennifer L. Black2

  • The merry tinkling of melodies from ice cream vans drew happy children from the neighbourhood but behind this pleasant scene lurked violence.

    Glasgow’s Ice Cream Wars

    Glasgow’s Ice Cream Wars

    by Rupert Taylor5

  • To grant meaning and integrity to the later seasons of life we must consciously embrace the experience of aging, for it can bring profound psychological rewards. As C. G. Jung well understood.

    What Is Aging For?

    What Is Aging For?

    by John Paul Quester0

  • A group of American hunters were murdered in the Canadian wilderness, and a local woodsman and guide was fingered for the crime. But did he do it?

    Did Justice Fail Wilbert Coffin?

    Did Justice Fail Wilbert Coffin?

    by Rupert Taylor5

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  • Examines the how, when, and why of creation myths to show how creation myths define cultural norms by comparing Enuma Elish, Hesiod's Theogony, and Ovid's Metamorphoses.

    How Creation Myths Define Culture

    How Creation Myths Define Culture

    by Tiffany R Isselhardt2

  • Hybristophiliacs are people who are sexually aroused and attracted to people who have committed cruel, gruesome crimes such as murder and rape. It occurs more often in women than in men. There are two categories of hybristophiliacs: 1) Passive...

    Psychology of Hybristophilia

    Psychology of Hybristophilia

    by lovearthistory8

  • This is a highly contested issue currently in the United States of America. It goes beyond the Democrat vs. Republican debate it also affects the press and the government.

    Should Images of War Be Censored?

    Should Images of War Be Censored?

    by OnlyPao1

  • As I walked out of the theatre after viewing 'Black Swan' I could not help but notice the striking similarities between the primary actors' roles and certain archetypes of the unconcious mind as delineated by Carl G. Jung. This film seems to be...

    What Does 'Black Swan' Have To Do With Carl Jung?

    What Does 'Black Swan' Have To Do With Carl Jung?

    by L. Ray Haynes19

  • Even though legal issues are probably not what first come to mind when most people think about psychology there is more involved in the practice of professional psychology than theories and treatment options. Psychologists are required to maintain their professional competence, not only by staying up-to-date on changes in the field of psychology but by maintaining awareness of any revisions to laws or regulations that could affect them and their practice. Some of the most significant changes i

    Legal Aspects of Professional Psychology

    Legal Aspects of Professional Psychology

    by Jennifer L. Black2

  • Customary Marriage in Papua New Guinea is recognised by Status law and the parties in a marriage decide on which customs to conduct a marriage and conclude it. There are some requirements in it.

    Customary Marriage in Papua New Guinea

    Customary Marriage in Papua New Guinea

    by Mek Hepela Kamongmenan0

  • Maslow's theory emphasizes the uniqueness of the person as well as the potential for self-direction and enhanced functioning. This theory has influenced numerous fields until today.

    Abraham Maslow's Self-Actualization Theory

    Abraham Maslow's Self-Actualization Theory

    by Chris Achilleos8

  • Marriage under statute law of Papua New Guinea. The Consent and other terms and conditions are met before marriage is concluded

    Statutory Marriage in Papua New Guinea

    Statutory Marriage in Papua New Guinea

    by Mek Hepela Kamongmenan1

  • An introduction to abnormal psychology, describing various aspects of this field, and disorders that differ in many ways to developmental behavior.

    An Introduction to Abnormal Psychology

    An Introduction to Abnormal Psychology

    by PsychHelp0

  • The use of IQ tests to prove that immigrants and minorities were inferior to the white majority is discussed. The roles of Binet, Terman, Goddard and Yerkes in the Eugenics Movement are considered.

    Intelligence Testing and the Beginning of Eugenics

    Intelligence Testing and the Beginning of Eugenics

    by Natalie Frank7

  • There is scholarly debate on whether or not shamanism was present in many European cultures. Prehistoric shamanism lingered on in the European folk tradition, it is simply often overlooked.

    The Question of European Shamanism

    The Question of European Shamanism

    by Carolyn Emerick10

  • In the 19th century, two philosophies struggled for supremacy. They were Marxism and transcendentalism. Marxism takes a materialist view of the cosmos, while transcendentalism takes a more, what can be called, mystical view coupled with naturalism. Both have the element of concern for their fellow human beings. The approach each has is different.

    Transcendentalism and Marxism

    Transcendentalism and Marxism

    by William J. Prest13

  • We rely on DNA, fingerprinting and dental records for the identification of murder victims. Sometimes killers ensure their victims are not identified. Luckily, forensic science continues to evolve.

    5 Unique Ways Homicide Victims Were Identified

    5 Unique Ways Homicide Victims Were Identified

    by C Amoabeng0

  • Meaning and assumptions of consumer's surplus - Measurement of consumer's surplus: The law of diminishing marginal utility approach and the indifference curve approach.

    Consumer’s Surplus: Meaning and Measurement

    Consumer’s Surplus: Meaning and Measurement

    by Sundaram Ponnusamy0

  • The criminal law system penalizes defendants found guilty of murder. The tort of wrongful death is meant to ease the financial and emotional suffering of those close to the victim

    The Tort of Wrongful Death

    The Tort of Wrongful Death

    by Colleen Swan6

  • The legends of this underworld testify to its otherness and yet also impart a distinctive British flair.

    Annwn: The British Underworld

    Annwn: The British Underworld

    by Chris Pinard0

  • Recruiting and socialization are both important steps in ensuring companies have the right people in place. There are different factors that can assist recruiters including strategic planning, succession planning, evaluating current employees, and keeping abreast of labor statistics (Jex & Britt, 2008). Applicants in turn evaluate companies to determine where they would fit best (Jex & Britt, 2008). Once an applicant becomes an employee socialization must occur for them to become members of t

    Recruitment and Socialization in the Workplace

    Recruitment and Socialization in the Workplace

    by Jennifer L. Black0

  • The Philippine legend of the guava fruit. Ever wonder why of all fruits, only guava seems to have a crown-like feature? This is the story of how the guava got its "crown" and flavor.

    Philippine Legend: The Legend Of the Guava

    Philippine Legend: The Legend Of the Guava

    by precy anza68

  • What is Love? An Evolutionary Perspective - This article explains why loving couples fair better in the course of human evolution, and why love is epitomised in poetry yet shrouded in mystery.

    What is Love? An Evolutionary Perspective

    What is Love? An Evolutionary Perspective

    by Thomas Swan4

  • References to a deity that resembles Cronos can be found in Irish texts. Is it possible that this Greek being may have taken up residence in Ireland in the distant past?

    Crom Cruach: Ireland and the Fetters of Cronos

    Crom Cruach: Ireland and the Fetters of Cronos

    by Chris Pinard3

  • Eating black eyed peas is a fun family tradition in the South now. But once eating cow peas, Southern peas or black eyed peas was a matter of survival.

    Why Black-Eyed Peas Mean Good Luck

    Why Black-Eyed Peas Mean Good Luck

    by Patsy Bell Hobson10

  • We have had a strong connection to England since our country began. The liberties we have today had a beginning several hundred years ago in a document called the Magna Carta. It is considered the founding document which identified English...

    Connecting the Magna Carta to the U.S. Constitution

    Connecting the Magna Carta to the U.S. Constitution

    by Dennis AuBuchon7

  • Persephone is one of the deities of the Greek pantheon who is often overlooked, but she was the daughter of Demeter and Zeus, as well as the wife of Hades, so an important goddess in Ancient Greece.

    Persephone: Goddess of Greek Mythology

    Persephone: Goddess of Greek Mythology

    by Colin Quartermain0

  • Taxes are as old as sin, as certain as death, and as popular as a skunk at a lawn party, but they do fund social programs we all rely on.

    A History of Creative Taxation

    A History of Creative Taxation

    by Rupert Taylor0

  • Join me in my quest to find out, at last, who really stole the cookies from the cookie jar. There is a sure way to ID that little rascal! Exploring microexpression analysis and how to spot a liar.

    Lying and Microexpressions: Catching a Thief

    Lying and Microexpressions: Catching a Thief

    by Pilar22

  • The success of counseling largely depends on the goals identified by the counselor and the timeframe given for the treatment of a particular condition.

    What Are the Goals of Counseling?

    What Are the Goals of Counseling?

    by Brendon Thomas2

  • The Advocate describes a person who fights for human rights, speaks out for the voiceless, and lives a life committed to advancing humanitarian causes. They are motivated by a desire to make a change.

    Inside Modern Archetypes: Dissecting the Advocate

    Inside Modern Archetypes: Dissecting the Advocate

    by Kathleen Odenthal0

  • This article takes a look at five major comic book superheroes, Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Hulk, and The Silver Surfer, and makes the case that modern man uses superheroes to explain the world in the same way ancient man used myth.

    Modern Mythology: What Superheroes Can Show Us About Humanity

    Modern Mythology: What Superheroes Can Show Us About Humanity

    by witnessing1014

  • This article discusses the development of criminal law, from inception as an act in itself, towards understanding that both intent and act are vital to the judicial view of the commission of a crime

    Evolution of Criminal Law

    Evolution of Criminal Law

    by Colleen Swan18

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