Articles (Psychology)

Violent Media Effects on Viewers and Its Future Impact
(Food, Mood, and Behavior)

Imagine a child watching a cartoon on television, depicting a bloody battle; what can we expect this child to do to solve their problems?



Movie Review: The Social Dilemma
(Science in Arts and Culture)

The Social Dilemma is a two-time Emmy-winning Netflix docudrama about the damaging societal impact of social media.

How to Break Bad News to Your Child?
(Education, Business, and Society)

We go through difficult events in our lives and some circumstances force us to tell our children about them; what is the best way to do so? 

Can Vision Boards Help You Achieve New Year’s Goals?
(Education, Business, and Society)

Top influencers and media personalities have been talking about the power of vision boards; but, are they legit or a social media fad?

Good and Evil in Light of Authority and Obedience
(Education, Business, and Society)

While we grow up believing in certain ideas and concepts, psychological experiments may change our points of view with shocking results.


Senses and Memories
(Human Body)

Our five senses leave memory imprints on different parts of our brains to help us retain information later.


Tricky Senses: While You Are Awake!
(Human Body)

What if your senses could trick you even when you are completely awake and out of bed?


Tricky Senses: While You Were Sleeping
(Human Body)

Some people have nightmares and know that when they wake up it will all be finel however, others could see their nightmares in front of them.


Facts and Myths of Pregnancy
(Human Body)

Every woman is thrilled when she learns that she is pregnant, but common misconceptions can help anxiety sneak into her.


The Lunar Effect: Fact or Fiction?
(Health and Diseases)

Some legends say that the full Moon brings out the worst in people, causing them to act strangely, but does it have this power?


What Do You Know about Face Blindness (Prosopagnosia)?
(Health and Diseases)

A neurological disorder causes a person to not recognize or distinguish faces; not related to memory loss, vision impairment or disabilities.


Youssef and the Biological Clock
(Human Body)

The biological clock is responsible for major changes in our behavior, mood, and body functions; every cell have something similar to a clock.


A Lockdown Generation (2): The Psychological Impacts of the Coronavirus on University Students
(Education, Business, and Society)

Universities were locked after the outbreak of COVID-19; even though things seemed bright, for many distant learning was not that easy.


Memories: To keep or not to keep
(Human Body)

A New Year, a new journal prompts to prepare for the future and reflect on the past year’s memories. We introduce how our brains store memories and recall them, and share small actions to cope with short-memory loss.


Déjà vu between Illusion and Truth
(Human Body)

Have you ever felt like you have already experienced a present situation? It is a strange and unique phenomenon that takes place in the human mind, best known as Déjà vu (already seen).


My Anxiety and the Moon
(Health and Diseases)

Everyone has feelings of anxiety at some point in their life; however, our feelings of anxiety are more constant and can often affect our daily lives.


Conquer Stage Fright: Be Shiny and Bright!
(Food, Mood, and Behavior)

If you have had to speak or perform in public before, you might be familiar with sweaty palms, shaky knees, and a racing heart. You are not alone!


Mind Your Mind
(Health and Diseases)

Over the years, mental health disorders have been surrounded by a net of misconceptions and myths that are far from reality.


The Polyvagal Theory
(Health and Diseases)

The human nervous system is complex, but do you ever sit down and think about the state of your nervous system and how it operates?


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