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Precognition or Circadian Rhythm?


The bodies natural clock or circadian rhythm seems to have sensors through the brain and body. It is a perfect set of clocks, which regulate our bodies and sync to our minds.

What are the 4 Brainwave Patterns and How Do They Effect Your Health


WHAT ARE BRAINWAVES?Every moment of your life your brain is active. It is pulsingwith electrical impulses; you heard that right, electricity! Theelectricity or electrical current generated by the brain can bemeasured with an electroencephalogram (EEG), which measures thefrequency of the electrical current.

Split Personality - A Myth or a Reality?


IntroductionIn this world today, there are a lot of unbelievable diseases. One of them is the disease of human's mind, and a split personality is counted as one of the disease.

Psychological Tips for Effective Studying


STUDY STRATEGIES* Revise regularly- Revision should be continuous if you are to gain a deep understanding of the subject. It should not be superficial and rushed.

The End of Psychotherapy


In two articles entitled "We Are Not Our Personalities" and "Eliminating The Past" I make the point that it is now possible to "dismantle" all the life experience that is stored in the human bio-field, i.e.

Synchronized Swimming Advantage for Twins


The Olympic Contests for Synchronized Swimming are a testament to the natural human ability of telepathy. What we find in College and University Level synchronized swimmers thru observation and data of the top athletes is that those teams which have been long time friends seem to have a mind connection, which far surpasses generally accepted scientific knowledge.

An Easy Cure For Math Phobia


Why is it that one person enjoys math, while another person hates it?Why does one child happily and quickly calculate a simple sum, while another won't even attempt it because they're convinced they're simply "no good with numbers"?The problem certainly isn't caused by lack of intelligence.In fact there are many examples throughout history of seemingly "stupid" people who could do amazing things with numbers.

The Attention Spanner


After a long and patient wait in queue, you reached the post office counter. Just then, the peasant sauntered over and plunked himself in front of you.

What is the Theory of Multiple Intelligences? Part 2: Cultural Influence


Howard Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences developed as he worked with brain injured adults and autistic children. He identified distinct portions of the brain that control specific human abilities or talents like analysis, classification, speech, self-awareness, etc.

Insighting Human Behavior thru Gravity Wave Simulations of the Moon


Every police officer will tell you that when there is a full moon, the natives are restless and it will be a long night, with lots of arrests and paperwork? This is a known fact one which cannot be dismissed so easily after such basic observations. An evolutionary theorist would say this is because on moonlit nights our ancient ancestors went on night hunts or that the Sabertooth tigers came to hunt us? Some say these things date back to our Tree Shrew ancestry, all of which Darwin might agree is plausible.

Mind Over Matter - Proven


THE ACTS OF CREATION:The following quote is a review I found on Amazon.com for a book I have only read about but seems to confirm many other things.

Kids and Lifebooks: Tips for Social Workers


Every child who is adopted from foster care deserves a clear, detailed record of his or her life prior to adoption. While a foster child is waiting for a forever family, a lifebook can help her to make sense of the past and prepare to go forward.

Is China Testing Bio Weapons on Its Own People?


Well the conspiracy theorists are out in full force I see. I had an interesting meeting the other day at a coffee shop and talked with a highly paranoid chap, who claimed to have some real insider information.

What is the Theory of Multiple Intelligences? Part 1: Biological Basis


Howard Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences is based on the premise that each individual's intelligence is composed of multiple "intelligences," each of which has its own independent operating system within the brain. These intelligences include: verbal-linguistic, logical-mathematical, spatial, bodily-kinesthetic, musical, interpersonal, intrapersonal, and naturalist.

A Case for Multiple Intelligences Based Classroom Instruction


Although many high school age students tend to think and learn in nontraditional ways, American schools still base their instruction primarily on the verbal-linguistic and logical-mathematical intelligences. As a result, many students who are not strong in these traditional intelligences develop poor attitudes toward school and their academic achievement suffers.

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This article is taking a different approach and examining some other factors for why Teva may be struggling. Psychology may very well be influencing patients' choice and doctors' recommendations when comparing generic vs. branded drugs. Branded drugs ...

Stress Makes It Harder to Recognize Danger - Psychology Today (blog)

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Stress Makes It Harder to Recognize Danger
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Stress comes in different forms?pain, hunger, fear, psychological upset. When we're under stress, it's often assumed that we are on heightened alert. If something hurts us, we imagine that an internal security system clicks on, scanning for other ...

Hacking the mind of a hacker: ET decodes the psychology of a cyber criminal - Economic Times

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Hacking the mind of a hacker: ET decodes the psychology of a cyber criminal
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Alok (name changed on request) is in his early teens, not the age when he should be making thousands of dollars. Alok is a hacker who lives on the dangerous by-lanes of the internet?the dark web. Accessible only through browsers designed to promote ...

The Key to Forgiveness? - Psychology Today (blog)

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The Key to Forgiveness?
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Life without intimacy would be dreary. Our intimate relationships provide us with companionship, love, and social support. And the people we're closest to expand our horizons by exposing us to new ideas, activities, and adventures. Close relationships ...

The Science of Falling Out of Love - Psychology Today (blog)

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Why Do People Think Animals Make Good Therapists? - Psychology Today (blog)

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Why Do People Think Animals Make Good Therapists?
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Further, as I have described in a series of Psychology Today posts (here, here, and here), the validity of most studies on the curative powers of animals is compromised by methodological problems such as small samples and lack of control groups.

Psychologists are facing consequences for helping with torture. It's not enough. - Washington Post

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Psychologists are facing consequences for helping with torture. It's not enough.
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In August, two psychologists, James Mitchell and Bruce Jessen, settled a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union on behalf of three former CIA detainees. The psychologists were accused of designing, implementing and overseeing the CIA's ...

Investing: The psychology of a market bubble - Chicago Tribune

Investing: The psychology of a market bubble
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In the ninth year of an indefatigable bull market -- which for now remains undeterred in the face of congressional investigations, devastating hurricanes and the threat of nuclear war -- investors are starting to worry about a speculative bubble. From ...

Is Facebook Making You Depressed? - Psychology Today (blog)

Is Facebook Making You Depressed?
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That experience of ?FOMO,? or Fear of Missing Out, is one that psychologists identified several years ago as a potent risk of Facebook use. You're alone on a Saturday night, decide to check in to see what your Facebook friends are doing, and see that ...

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