Articles (Psychology)

A Healthy School Environment for Better Education
(Education)

Schools are of major importance to individuals and societies. They are not only places for acquiring knowledge, but also environments where children and adolescents spend most of their day.


The Importance of Sports for People with Special Abilities
(Science and Sports)

Sports can help people with disabilities restore their balance, integrate into the society, and develop their physical and mental abilities.


Munchausen Syndrome
(Behavioral Sciences and Mental Health)

The Munchausen Syndrome is a psychological disorder where a healthy person pretends to have a physical or psychological illness and may undergo surgery.


Decoding the Hidden Messages between Baby and Adult Brains
(Woman and Child)

When you recall a memory of your parent reading a book for you, you may think that this memory is only about spending time together, but you would be wrong. 


Postpartum Depression
(Woman and Child)

Are you a new mother and overwhelmed with a mixture of feelings? Do you suddenly cry without a specific reason? Studies show that almost 60-80% of mothers, whether it is their first baby or not, have these feelings.


When the Hero is also the Villain
(Behavioral Sciences and Mental Health)

What makes us think of certain people as heroes or villains? Is it their compassion? Their body shape? Their selfless or greedy acts? Or, is it our own perspective that controls the way we look at them? Can someone be both a hero and a villain?

The Silver Lining of Negative Emotions
(Behavioral Sciences and Mental Health)

Throughout our lives, we encounter situations that trigger emotions deep inside; they form our human experience and make us who we are.


Delusional Disorders
(Behavioral Sciences and Mental Health)

Patients with delusional disorders are consistent, reasonable, and moderate; they can perform effectively in daily life and might not exhibit any strange or odd behaviors.


Indoor or Outdoor? A Choice for Your Health
(COVID-19 Pandemic)

The COVID-19 pandemic has restricted hanging-out, social gatherings, and spending time outdoors; if you belong to the indoor generation with no deep understanding of what you are missing, this article is for you.


The Necessity of Expression
(Science and Art)

Self-expression is as vital to living as breathing; it is how we interact with others and the world. It can be supremely fulfilling or irritably frustrating.

Social Stigma and COVID-19
(COVID-19 Pandemic)

The patients of COVID-19 might face negative and social discrimination due to people’s ignorance about the disease. They blame a tangible source of infection, the patient, as if they were the source of the pandemic.


Cosmetics between the Past and the Present
(Science Everywhere)

Do you think that cosmetics are a modern invention? You are completely wrong if you thought so; cosmetics are as ancient as history itself!


The Best Way to Change Behavior
(Behavioral Sciences and Mental Health)

Can you remember the last time you achieved a milestone in your life or changed your behavior in a way that you have never imagined? Was that in response to a threat or a reward?


Should Handheld Devices Be Banned for Children under 12 Years?
(Woman and Child)

“Mom, can I download a new game? Please Mom, please type in your password here”. My daughter looks at me with pleading eyes as she thrusts her iPad in my hands, not waiting for my answer.


Learning vs. Performance
(Education)

You just wake up feeling drained, unable to make any progress; all attempts of pushing yourself to work hard end in vain and your expectations of great results just crack.


Escaping the Clutches of Depression
(Behavioral Sciences and Mental Health)

Feeling sad, losing joy and hope, succumbing to anxiety, moodiness, and social seclusion are painful human emotions that indicate a possible diagnosis of depression. The positive aspect, however, is that treatments are available for this condition.


Fear of People and Objects
(Behavioral Sciences and Mental Health)

When we hear the word phobia what comes to mind is the reasoning behind it is logical cause of panic; yet, surprisingly, the most widespread phobias are those that cannot be judged logically as terrifying.


Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde: Good and Evil in the Human Nature
(Behavioral Sciences and Mental Health)

I still remember the plot of The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde that has deeply influenced literature, as well as the views of numerous thinkers about human nature. It tackles the most significant duality of life: good and evil.


Nature Phobia
(Behavioral Sciences and Mental Health)

Nature phobia is one of the most popular types of phobia; it is the anxiety and fear of different landscapes around us.

Phobia
(Behavioral Sciences and Mental Health)

Phobia patients experience excessive fear of a situation, a place, a living creature, or an object that is unlikely to cause any harm.


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