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THEORIES OF PERSONALITY

            Personality is defined as the configuration of characteristics and ways of behaving which describe an individual’s unique adjustment to his environment. There are many theori read more...


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STRESS MANAGEMENT

STRESS MANAGEMENT

Stress is your body’s way of responding to any kind of demand. Its symptoms may be mental, physical or social and include headaches, frustration, loss or increase of appetite, oversleeping or sleeplessness.

 

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ALTERED STATE OF CONSCIOUSNESS

ALTERED STATE OF CONSCIOUSNESS

An altered state of consciousness is a temporary change in one's normal mental state without being considered unconscious. Altered states of consciousness can be created intentionally, or they can happen by accident or due to illness.

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CYCLE OF MOTIVATION

CYCLE OF MOTIVATION

A key insight that is helpful in understanding one’s own motivation and that of others is to think in terms of intrinsic rather than extrinsic motivation. Extrin read more...


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PSYCHOSOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (ERIKSON)

Intelligence and personality are two integral components involved in psychological development that can be examined according to concrete stages. One of the most prominent researchers that investigated psychological development using stage theorie read more...


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HIERARCHY OF NEEDS

It is quite true that man lives by bread alone — when there is no bread. But what ha read more...


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THEORIES OF EMOTION

Proposed by 19th century scholars Wiliam James and Carl Lange, the James-Lange Theory of Emotion presents a sequence explaining the cause-and-effect relationship between emotions and physiological events

 

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