A comprehensive look at the psychology of conspiracy theorists. Ten traits are identified as important for explaining why people believe conspiracy theories.
Parents are delighted when their babies first start to laugh. But why do babies laugh? What do they laugh at? With some wonderful video footage and a bit of science, everything is explained here.
This issue discusses cyberbullying and answers a question about a type called doxing. Included is a review of the book Cyber bullying Introducing Issues with Opposing Viewpoints by Lauri S. Scherer.
This article, the first in a three article series, discusses three theories of moral development, the Piagetian, Biological & Psychodynamic models. Each theory is discussed and examples given.
Couple’s therapy really is therapy because you are physically working on a relationship. Emotions, thoughts, and feelings are all brought into therapy, but there are specific exercises and actions that the couple does together to improve their relationship.
When your brain goes blank, it temporarily interrupts your ability to perform. Take control of that foggy feeling in your head by employing five practical steps to combat and prevent blank brain.
In recent years, there has been in increase in the number of young people who complete or attempt suicide. This alarming rise in adolescent suicides have prompted many people from parents, to teachers to the government to become proactive in the race to save our youth.
Curious about the concept of mind control, an idea popularized in books and movies? In this article, I introduce the ideas of credibility, and why it heavily outweighs the abstract concept of mind control.
Understanding the nature of what propels us forward, intensity of effort, and how to get where we want to be.
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.
In this article, I explain cognitive dissonance and give some real-life examples of the foot-in-the-door technique. This is a basic concept of psychology and examples like this make it easier to understand for students.
Does frequent internet use cause social isolation, or are more socially isolated individuals simply more likely to be drawn to the internet?
Twenty percent of all women fit the ISFJ category in MBTI. She wants marriage and motherhood and she's good at it. Don't say something nasty to her. She's hyper-sensitive and she'll never forgive you.