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  • The Power of Self-Compassion: Cultivating Kindness in a Harsh World

    The harshness of the world we live in: In today’s fast-paced and often unforgiving world, we are constantly bombarded with pressures, expectations, and judgments. The external environment can be harsh, competitive, and demanding, leaving little room for vulnerability or self-acceptance. Many individuals find themselves caught in a cycle of self-criticism and perfectionism, leading to feelings […]

  • The Benefits of Lifelong Learning: Unlocking Your Potential

    In today’s rapidly evolving world, the pursuit of knowledge should not be limited to a specific phase of life or confined to a traditional classroom setting. Lifelong learning, the continuous acquisition of knowledge and skills, holds the key to personal growth, professional development, and a fulfilling life. In this blog post, we will explore the […]


    The prenatal period has some important characteristics, each of which has a long-lasting effect on development during the lifespan. This is the most important and first period of development in the life span. It is the first but shortest period for the newborn baby or infancy, which starts from conception and ends at the birth […]

  • Behaviouristic Theory of Language Acquisition

    Behaviourist psychologists developed their theories while carrying out a series of experiments on animals. They observed that rats or birds, for example, could be taught to perform various tasks by encouraging habit-forming.Researchers rewarded desirable behaviour. This was known as positive reinforcement. Undesirable behaviour was punished or simply not rewarded — negative reinforcement. The behaviourist B. […]

  • Key Issues in the Study of Cognitive Psychology

    If the important ideas are reviewed, it is observed that some major themes underlie all of cognitive psychology. Some of these issues are discussed dialectically here: Nature versus Nurture – Which is more influential in human cognition – nature or nurture? If we believe that innate characteristics of human cognition are more important, we might […]


    The characteristics of early childhood are:

  • Critical Evaluation of the PASS Theory

    The theories of Spearman, Thorndike, Thomson, and Thurstone that we discussed above, and other similar ones, are based on isolating factors after administering several intelligence tests over a large sample of subjects. They did not take into account how an input, e.g. a test item is received and processed and how a cognitive reorganization takes […]

  • How can you influence people?

    Introduction We all want to be influential in our lives, but how can we influence people? The answer is simple: by building trust. People will buy from and trust the people they know. They’ll also follow the advice that’s credible and trustworthy. As an example: if you want someone to do something (like pick up […]

  • List of Psychology Research Topics (General)

  • How to Write a Research Paper

    Writing a research paper is a multi-step process that involves choosing a topic, conducting research, outlining, writing and revising the paper, and finally, formatting and submitting it. Here is a step-by-step guide to writing a research paper: Choose a topic: The first step in writing a research paper is to choose a topic. The topic […]