Articles (Psychology)

Cosmetics between the Past and the Present
(The Past and the Future)

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)

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?
(Technology and Us)

“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)

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)

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.


Nature Phobia
(Behavioral Sciences)

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)

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


Dyslexia: A Disappointment that Sneaks into Children’s Hearts
(Brilliant Young Minds)

Sitting anxious among his peers as his turn to read out loud approaches. As the teacher calls his name, his eyes devour the word in a desperate attempt to read it correctly, and not blunder its letters as he did before. 


Mind Reading
(Behavioral Sciences)

Science has a great history in studying the brain and trying to understand its secrets; however, it was not until the 1960s when scientists took the first step in reading ideas.

Children and Psychological Illnesses
(Behavioral Sciences)

Many people thought that psychological illnesses are far from occuring in children, but they are more vulnerable to depression as they are psychologically fragile.

Art: A Healing Medium
(Science and Art)

We learn that when we fall and break a limb to go seek medical attention; but what do we do when it is our mental state that is broken? How does one go about remedying that?


The New Coronavirus and Pregnant Women
(Women and Science)

Are pregnant women more likely to catch COVID-19? What will happen if she does get infected? What will happen to the newborn?

COVID-19 Anxiety
(Behavioral Sciences)

We are all in a fight against an invisible enemy that can strike unknowingly. It affects everyone differently; the strange nature of this virus makes us worry about what could happen if you or a loved one catch it.


Sticking to Your Plan in the Age of Coronavirus
(Behavioral Sciences)

Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, uncertainty has become the master of the scene, affecting our lives dramatically, and bringing most plans to a halt.


Memories in Bottles
(The Past and the Future)

When we were young, we were fascinated with the time machines and time travel, to explore the future and rewind the past; but, what if this time machine already exists?

Hacking Memories
(Science Policy and Ethics)

Our memories represent our experiences and cultures, and inspire how we deal with others.

New Year’s Resolutions: To Make or Not to Make!
(Behavioral Sciences)

It is New Year time; time for big resolutions and life-altering decisions.


Head Transplant
(Science Policy and Ethics)

Different organs can be removed from a human body and transplanted into another body, but have you ever heared of "head transplant”?

Dysmorphophobia
(Behavioral Sciences)

The obsession with looking at a mirror is not only a passing thought, especially for those having negative thoughts about their body image.

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