Psichology

59 documents
Competing
All in all, a sense of competition is essential in young people‘s life. It seems to me that competing can motivate you to success in different spheres of life. As everything has its limits, you should know when it is enough.
Psichology, 1 page
2016 02 06
How to Overcome Conflict with Your Parents
How to Overcome Conflict with Your Parents.
Psichology, 1 page
2016 04 08
Mood
2 Which mood represents the real facts? Which mood represents unreal facts?3 Why is the use of the Subjunctive and Suppositional moods determined?a) Simple sentences that have one S-P : I drink coffee.Causative-consecutive ...
Psichology, 6 pages
2016 03 20
Stress and coping
Question what is “Stress”? Categorizing stressors. The High Cost of Stress. The general adaptation syndrome model the course of stress. Coping with stress. Main categories. Learned helplessness. Coping styles the hardy personality. Social ...
Psichology, 22 pages
2017 12 08
Lucid dreaming and personality in children adolescents and adults: The UK library study
Lucid dreaming and personality in children/adolescents and adults The UK library study. (Michael Schredl, Josie Henley-Einion, & Mark Blagrove). Introduction. Lucid dream is. The three studies. Method. Participants The sample included 1375 ...
Psichology, 14 pages
2017 12 19
Marrying someone from a different country will always be more problematic than marrying someone from your own country
Marrying someone from a different country will always be more problematic than marrying someone from your own country.
Psichology, 1 page
2016 05 04
Body language PowerPoint
Body language. Human interaction , using no sounds or other means. Body language is divided. Eye contact – is one of the most important acpects of body language. Positive. Negative. Positive body language. Eye contact Lowered arm Open palms ...
Psichology, 9 pages
2018 01 23
Body language presentation
Body language. Wrap your fingers. Open the palms, showing hands. Hands behind the back, one hand embracing the next. The hands are rolled up. Hand Crossing. Devil's Horns. „OK“. Thanks for the attention.
Psichology, 10 pages
2018 01 09
Book Summary: Influence: the psychology of persuasion by Robert B. Cialdini
Book Summary: Influence: the psychology of persuasion by Robert B. Cialdini.
Psichology, 5 pages
2017 12 08
Domestic abuse
Domestic abuse. Domestic abuse definition. Domestic abuse types. Physical - abuse involving contact intended to cause feelings of intimidation. Verbal - is. Emotional - is the ongoing emotional maltreatment or emotional neglect of a child. ...
Psichology, 13 pages
2018 01 09
Informative abstract Erich Fromm – Sex and Character
Informative abstract Erich Fromm – Sex and Character.
Psichology, 2 pages
2017 12 19
Nature and Nurture: The enduring developmental issue
Nature and Nurture. The enduring developmental issue. Content. Nature versus nurture. Nature - nurture. Nature versus nurture. Nature – nurture issue. Determining the relative influence of nature and nurture. Developmental research techniques. ...
Psichology, 22 pages
2017 12 08
Psychology response paper
Sometimes people do things unconsciously, without thinking. Although, sometimes we do something just to belong to a group or simply obey other people’s orders. Facing different circumstances people may act differently. So conformity and ...
Psichology, 3 pages
2017 12 19
A sense of competition
What is more, a sense of competition encourages young people to create innovations. This motivates them to further improve. Despite this, young people working productively for the competition, and their results are better.To summarise, I ...
Psichology, 1 page
2016 03 05
A sound mind in a sound body
However, It is very important to feel good and strong physically, if not – our minds become sick too. Firstly, sport not only helps to keep fit but while doing exercises all bad emotions are left in the gym. Secondly, those who are in good ...
Psichology, 1 page
2015 09 29
A sound mind in sound body
Sound body is one of the things that every person wants. But what should they do to if they want to get it? First of all, they should eat good and nutritious food. Vegetables and fruits should conclude the most of person’s food ration because ...
Psichology, 1 page
2016 04 07
Adavntages and disadvantages of being famous
Adavntages and disadvantages of being famous.
Psichology, 1 page
2016 10 25
Adolescence
What is adolescence? “Normative” and “Non-normative” shifts Puberty Levels of moral reasoning Kohlberg‘s theory of moral development Erkison‘s theory of psychosocial development Adolescent suicide.“Non-normative” shifts ...
Psichology, 15 pages
2017 02 26
Advantages and Disadvantages of being Rich
Advantages and Disadvantages of being Rich.
Psichology, 2 pages
2015 12 05
Advantages and disadvantages of being rich and famous
Advantages and disadvantages of being rich and famous.
Psichology, 1 page
2016 05 05
Advantages and disadvantages of stress
In conclusion, stress has not only disadvantages like most people think but also advantages. It can affect people’s health in good and also bad ways. It depends on how much stressed out we get. Small amounts of stress can help us in certain ...
Psichology, 1 page
2016 04 07
Advantages and Disadvatages of being a teenager opposed to an adult
  Advantages and Disadvantages of Being a Teenager as Opposed to an Adult.
Psichology, 1 page
2016 09 22
Bullyng
Bullying. What is bullying? Two types of bullying. Direct. Indirect. Bullying can be. Does it have to be a part of growing up? Characteristics of a Bully. Reasons. How to deal with bullying? Ways to avoid future bullying. Report, report, report. ...
Psichology, 26 pages
2016 04 13
Children‘s cartoons such as Tom and Jerry, The Simpsons teach children the wrong lessons
Children‘s cartoons such as Tom and Jerry, The Simpsons teach children the wrong lessons.
Psichology, 1 page
2016 03 05
Cooperation with parents
Cooperation with parents. Mutual understanding and frequent communication will help to ensure cooperation between teachers and families. Parents' Day. Parents' Day is. Participation in Education. From time to time, teachers ask parents to engage ...
Psichology, 9 pages
2017 04 19
Cultural Savvy
Cultural savvy. Gestures in our world. Colourless Non verbal (60%) Vocabulary. Arm, hand and feet gestures. Feelings Official gestures Crossing arms Feet Police. Business meetings. Negotiation (partisipants) Self-confident Sitting down Posture. ...
Psichology, 7 pages
2017 02 19
Dear life
I went back to the school to complete the studies. It so happened that there was a break in my life after that and then I had to get into the school desks and to continue the learning. But it seemed that I learn nothing. The belief that I can not ...
Psichology, 2 pages
2016 02 09
Decisions Change your Destiny
Tony Robbins speech was about the things that shape our destiny. He said that there are couple of things that influence people’s destiny. First of all, a target is one of those things because it is the destiny that people want to reach. ...
Psichology, 1 page
2016 04 07
Do friends have more influence on teenagers than family
Do friends have more influence on teenagers than family.
Psichology, 1 page
2017 01 29
Do Men and Women Talk Differently?
Another point that proves that men and women talk differently, is the fact that through their speech, males and females display different intentions that are achieved by using different speech patterns. To quote Holmes (2013: 7):While ...
Psichology, 3 pages
2017 06 05
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