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Psychology Simplified and Applied by Walking the Talk is Vital to Success

Cognitive Psychology

by Western Psychology Simplified and Applied by Walking the Talk is Vital to Success Learning the psychology surrounding a particular character trait or behavioural problem is without doubt a vital first step towards achieving change in oneself. Yet, if for a single moment, we forget that the feature we are trying to change has been patterned into our behaviour, then achieving permanent change in the way we behave becomes less and less likely.Our learning identifies for us the way we are, but it does not of itself initiate change in us. Only by applying ourselves – to walk the talk- does that occur.The mistake is made in various forms. We can imagine that we behave as we do because…. Click Here to Read More


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Psychology and the Methodology of Curing the Mind

Cognitive Psychology

by World Economic Forum Psychology and the Methodology of Curing the Mind Right up to the early 1960 scholars believed that the mind was made up of the rationality of the brain and the inner self belief system. These two ingredients combined were what was termed “mind” The scholars at the time understood the true meaning of this term and it was only after this period around 1967 that the whole attitude towards the mind changed and was re-labelled to the term mental. So mental was then directed to mean the functionality of the brain.So modern Psychology follows Psychiatry who changed their doctrine into a doctrine whereby behavior was classified into different mental disorders. The…. Click Here to Read More


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Cognitive Behavioral Dream Therapy: How To Use Your Dreams To Solve Your Problems

Cognitive Psychology

by timtak Cognitive Behavioral Dream Therapy: How To Use Your Dreams To Solve Your Problems Psychotherapists use a lot of different tools, techniques and theoretical models to help their clients and their patients.Some of the approaches we employ can be slow, cumbersome and sometimes ineffective.With changing health care laws and rising health care costs, therapists need to be increasingly more efficient and more effective in the ways that they treat people.As part of my training and as result of many years of experience, I have been exposed to a number of different methods for helping people to change so that they can live more fulfilling lives.I am always looking for easy to…. Click Here to Read More


What Came First – Inattentive ADHD or Sluggish Cognitive Tempo?

Cognitive Psychology

by timtak What Came First – Inattentive ADHD or Sluggish Cognitive Tempo? Before there was Predominantly Inattentive ADHD (ADHD-PI) there was Sluggish Cognitive Tempo (SCT). SCT was first described in the DSM III (The American Pyschiatric Association Manual for Diagnosis, 3rd edition) that was published in the 1980s. The symptoms of SCT, physical hypoactivity, mental fogginess, daydreaming, confusion, and lack of mental alertness were considered to be the hallmark symptoms of what psychiatrist then called Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) without hyperactivity or ADD-WO.Studies of ADHD in the late seventies had found a subgroup of kids with ADD with a pattern of inattention that was…. Click Here to Read More


Should Healthy People Take Drugs to Enhance Their Cognitive Abilities?

Cognitive Psychology

by madamepsychosis Should Healthy People Take Drugs to Enhance Their Cognitive Abilities? I think people should take drugs to enhance their cognitive abilities because they can help people in many ways like improving their brain stimulations by nutrition and nutritional supplements – for example omega 3 supplements.I think these supplements are scientifically proven to enhance children and teens learning abilities and help them to concentrate more in their studies.Fish contains a lot of omega 3 nutrients in it which studies show students are doing more well in school if they eat fish but that is why omega 3 supplements are also there for vegetarians as some cannot eat fish for…. Click Here to Read More


Grasping Embodied Cognition: How We Use Our Bodies to Think

Cognitive Psychology

by See-ming Lee 李思明 SML Grasping Embodied Cognition: How We Use Our Bodies to Think “Why do we look up to those we respect, stoop to the level of those we disdain and think warmly about those we love? Why do we hide dirty secrets or wash our hands of worries? Why do we ponder weighty subjects and feel a load lift after we have made a decision? Why do we look back on the past and forward to the future?”…… A rapidly growing body of research indicates that metaphors joining body and mind reflect a central fact about the way we think: the mind uses the body to make sense of abstract concepts….The implications seem almost preposterous. Holding a warm cup of coffee will make…. Click Here to Read More


How to Use Cognitive Dissonance to Achieve Success

Cognitive Psychology

by World Economic Forum How to Use Cognitive Dissonance to Achieve Success We have all been in situations where something we have thought about happens in reality. More often than not, it is our negative thoughts come to pass. Whether you believe in the Law of Attraction or not, it is quite hard to argue with the idea that our thoughts have a significant impact on our realities. Rather than focusing on the intuitive power of the brain, the purpose of this article is to provide guidance on how to use your thoughts to achieve whatever success you desire. This power is real and backed by significant psychological studies.1. Unleash the Power of Cognitive Dissonance The power that I am…. Click Here to Read More


Cognitive Behavioural Coaching: Dealing With Anger In The Workplace

Cognitive Psychology

by Will Lion Cognitive Behavioural Coaching: Dealing With Anger In The Workplace According to an article in the Sunday Times Magazine in July 2006, 45 per cent of us regularly lose our temper at work and 64 per cent of Britons working in an office have experienced office rage. Fifty per cent of individuals have reacted to computer problems by hitting their PC’s, hurling parts of it around, screaming or abusing colleagues and 65 per cent of people express anger over the phone, 26 per cent in writing and 9 per cent face to face.You can be forgiven for thinking that we live in a world of aggressive and unpleasant individuals. Employers would like to think that people leave their…. Click Here to Read More


Low Self-Esteem and Attacks On Ego Cause Decreased Cognition Which Explains Why Everyone Is Dumb

Cognitive Psychology

by W&M Libraries Low Self-Esteem and Attacks On Ego Cause Decreased Cognition Which Explains Why Everyone Is Dumb Did you know there have been many studies done on cognitive ability in humans when it comes to stress? It is amazing how much psychologists know today, and they have found that those with low self-esteem have decreased cognitive abilities when they feel that their ego is threatened. Consider that if you will? Also consider the current state of affairs when it comes to social networks online. So many young teenagers these days are told that everyone is a winner, everyone is equal, and no matter how good you are, it is the team that helped you get there.Essentially this is…. Click Here to Read More


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Internet-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy May Benefit Pain Patients

Cognitive Psychology

by readerwalker Internet-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy May Benefit Pain Patients In study after study, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) has demonstrated notable effectiveness in helping patients improve their lives with a variety of physical and mental health conditions. Its use by chronic pain patients can lead to decreased disability, decreased depression and anxiety, improved quality of life and even a lessening of pain.Cognitive behavioral therapy may be so effective for those with chronic pain because it focuses on the intersection of thought and action. By participating in CBT sessions and doing homework, people learn how to identify automatic thought patterns that may…. Click Here to Read More


Positive Psychology – Finding the Right Path

Cognitive Psychology

by timtak Positive Psychology – Finding the Right Path Improving your emotional intelligence is like improving your physical condition by exercise and practice. There are activities that train you to better manage your emotions and become more in charge of them. You can rarely expect to be good at something from the start, practice is required. You can’t just walk onto the tennis court and expect to win the game if you haven’t ever played this sport or for some time. Analogously, you cannot achieve the best results in meditation, mindfulness or cognitive restructuring (activities of controlling your emotions) if you do not practice them regularly. For instance, mindfulness can be…. Click Here to Read More


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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy And The Treatment Of Addiction

Cognitive Psychology

by W&M Libraries Cognitive Behavioral Therapy And The Treatment Of Addiction Addiction can take many forms: alcoholism, substance abuse, gambling addiction, etc. The list goes on. The question that needs to be answered is how can these addictions be eliminated? Nowadays, with the technology boom, online meetings for treating addiction is available as well as online counseling, and other forms of treatment. One of the oldest addiction treatments is the twelve step program developed by the founders of Alcoholics Anonymous. In these modern times however, other treatment programs are being practiced such as the so called Cognitive Behavioral Therapy that a user undergoes if he/she wants…. Click Here to Read More


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