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How many A Levels should I be taking?

I just got my acceptance letter for sixth form where I applied to do English Literature, History, Psychology and Maths. However, I no longer feel confident in doing Maths and have no idea what A Level to replace it with. I was just wondering whether doing only three A Levels for the two years of sixth form would effect my chances of getting into a good University because I didn’t do all four. So, would this cause a problem in the future or is doing three A Levels…. Click Here to Read More

Natrum mur- the homeopathic salt!

We certainly know the importance of salt in our diet. No one likes to eat salt-less meals and there are people who just hate food item devoid of salt. Actually we never give so much importance to this omni-present ingredient in diet that makes its presence felt when it is absent! Great were the stalwarts of homeopathy including Dr Hahnemann who considered the possibility of great curative powers in this day to day item and gave us one of the best polycrests of homeopathic material medica.   Certainly the salt needs potentization to enhance its curative capabilities in human beings. Hoards of potencies were tested in human beings for evaluating the various symptoms this sodium chloride gave…. Click Here to Read More

Psychology – Understanding A Childs Actions

We both know how it is like to be a child. The psychology involved in understanding a child’s actions and decisions is complex, but at the same time easy to comprehend. Although the specific psychology involved in children are much different that other branches of the same science, you probably know that it is of great importance to appreciate what the study has to offer. More than just hearing what a child has to say or what his favorite color is, there are a lot of things that you can learn from a child’s psychology. Believe me, it is one of the most inspiring jobs in the world. You might be confused as to what is the main role of a child psychologist. Most graduates of this degree…. Click Here to Read More

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Psychology test question?

16.- The first psychological therapy was introduced by: A) John Watson B) Sigmund Freud C) Aaron Beck D) Carl Rogers 17.- Which therapeutic approach relies most heavily on patients’ discovering their own ways of effectively dealing with their difficulties? A) psychoanalysis B) cognitive therapy C) systematic desensitization D) client-centered therapy 18.- Which of the following exemplifies exposure therapy? A) family therapy B) stress inoculation training C) systematic desensitization D) repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation 19.- Psychopharmacology involves the study of how: A) diseases influence psychological well-being B) exercise alleviates depression C) drugs affect mind and…. Click Here to Read More

Research Paper Writing Tips and Tricks

For the convenience of reader research references, bibliographies and indexes should be arranged briefly and plausibly so that reader may reach the source with a single click, while writing a term paper references should not be over sighted, although such mistake may be committed in other cases. Majority of the academic institutions provide such term paper in printed format to the student so that may not face any difficulty and they can be accessed on any computer.There are four common and popular styles for writing term paper i.e MLA format, APA format, and Chicago format. Each style / format has its own features like fonts, borders, headers, footers, introduction, title page, preamble and…. Click Here to Read More

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Am I reasonably intelligent or really gifted?

I don’t expect to hear the true answer, because it is impossible to tell when you don’t know the person, but I really hope for an opinion, mostly because I am really lost. Also, I write mainly to organize my own thoughts, so sorry for the length. First of all, I barely ever used my brain at school. I rarely attended, almost never revised, always waited the last day to open the books, but has been first at school, university and on the national level. It was so easy that I ended believing that I am just lucky or favored… My teachers (especially the maths and physics ones) considered me as a genius, because I could solve the problems quickly with awkward methods, and ask them questions…. Click Here to Read More

Forensic Applications of Qeeq and Neurotherapy

Product DescriptionLearn how QEEG can help in lie detection, preventing criminal behavior, and rehabilitating convicted criminals! Quantified EEG (QEEG) measures electrical response in the brain, providing fresh insights into behavior and brain dysfunction. Forensic Applications of QEEG and Neurotherapy presents the latest studies identifying differences in brain function in those individuals with criminal backgrounds. This compelling source explores the frontier of how the QEEG measure can detect lying in persons accused of crimes and supplement neuropsychological evaluations for determining how brain dysfunction may be a factor in criminal behavior. Techniques are discussed for the…. Click Here to Read More

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How can I go about getting more education in business after I am done with my B.S. in Psychology/Sociology?

I have no business courses in my past, but I’m working for a bank right now and I feel comfortable in my ability to work my way up in this company. I see more opportunity and definately higher wages than my previous career path of becoming a guidence counselor, but I have never taken courses that would allow me to pursue a masters in business or related fields. What would be the best thing for me to do to get the education I need to be competitive? I recently got a promotion to something like an assistant manager, and my manager is helping me get leadership experience, but I want to know what else I can do. (I have a semester left for B.S. in Sociology and…. Click Here to Read More

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Mind and Religion: Psychological and Cognitive Foundations of Religion

Product DescriptionThis collection examines new psychological evidence for the modal theory and attempts to synthesize this theory with other theories of cognition and religion. Mind and Religion: Psychological and Cognitive Foundations of Religion…. Click Here to Read More

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Should I get a PhD in Industrial/Organizational Psychology or an MBA in HR Management?!?

I am an undergrad I/O Psych student and would love to have a PhD but I am also interested in the field of HR Management…what should I…. Click Here to Read More

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New Hypnosis Product Converts Leads Like Crazy!

Killer salespage converts Great using eight video clips from Master Hypnotist Jeff Stephens. Drive them here, create value before asking for a dime, increase loyalty and watch coversions soar! Affiliate page New Hypnosis Product Converts Leads Like…. Click Here to Read More

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The Passion Plan at Work: A Step-by-Step Guide to Building a Passion-Driven Organization

Product DescriptionIn his best-selling book, The Passion Plan, Richard Chang showed individuals how to discover their passion and turn it into personal and professional fulfillment. Now, in The Passion Plan at Work he shows how to bring passion into the workplace–and turn good companies into great ones. Adapting his seven-step model for individuals to an organizational perspective, Chang explains how passion can provide direction and improve performance at all levels of a company. Carefully leading readers through his do-it-yourself process, Chang provides specific guidelines for creating an action plan that galvanizes an organization around passion. Along the way he provides practical…. Click Here to Read More

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