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  • Memory and How to Develop It  By : Stephen Campbell
    Developing the memory is nothing less than an art. There are many advantages of having a good memory. The very basic advantage of a good memory is to remember the answers during an exam.
  • Association and Memory  By : Stephen Campbell
    The term association refers to the ability to group various ideas and associating various events to that piece of memory. While the transfer of particular events to the brain takes place, it is stored in reference with another event.
  • Memory Disorders  By : Stephen Campbell
    Some individuals have an awesome power of recovering information while others cannot process information as fast as they can and this can be because of some memory disorders.
  • Memory Boosters  By : Stephen Campbell
    Mnemonic devices can be used to help remember a spelling or recall a group of words. These are crazy words made with the intention of helping you to remember a particular word or sequence of words.
  • Memory Development in Children  By : Stephen Campbell
    Many experts believed earlier, that children did not possess any memory skills till they were eight or nine months old, but many parents have been giving contradictory statements based on their experiences.
  • Subconscious Mind And Goal Setting  By : Stephen Campbell
    An important guideline of an effective goal-setting is that the goals should be set smartly. This means that the goals should be specific, measurable, attainable, rewarding and timely.
  • How To Cultivate Imagination  By : Stephen Campbell
    Learning begins at birth and children learn things by playing. Creative play helps them in solving problems by imagining a particular thing. Children should be introduced and provided with learning opportunities early in their lives.
  • Introduction To General Memory Development  By : Stephen Campbell
    Working memory is that remains for a short period of time and allows the information to process while it is still in being stored. There is a general improvement in the memory working up to the age of 45 years.
  • Imagination And Memory  By : Stephen Campbell
    The memory is the ability to store the events, things and details that we have come across in our life. Not only humans, but even animals have memory. The brain stores all the necessary information about some event or thing, only if it watched, heard or sensed carefully.
  • Toronto Psychologist And Psychoanalyst  By : Sandra R Palef
    Toronto Psychologist with over 25 years of experience in marriage counseling, psychotherapy, and psychoanalysis.
  • Dyslexia And Its Effects  By : Stephen Campbell
    Dyslexia is a defect which causes difficulties with learning language based skills. It is not related to the intelligence but more with difficulties in spelling, reading, writing and sometimes speaking.
  • What Is Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder?  By : Stephen Campbell
    Attention Deficit Hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a chronic disorder which affects millions of children and can continue into adulthood.
  • The Basic Laws Of Memory  By : Stephen Campbell
    Nature is one of the never-ending mixture and replication of a very few laws. There are three basic laws of memory that are as rock under the feet of the serious student in his pursuit for a reliable memory. These laws are at once the foundation of any sensible and sound memory system. Knowing these laws the serious student, for the right process cannot go wrong.
  • Shifty Eyes and Quick Hands: Kleptomania  By :
    Sometimes, the mind forces the body to acquiesce to impulses that it cannot control, such as the case of kleptomania. While a kleptomaniac may be aware of the theft, there are cases when they will not realize such until much later on. Kleptomania is often associated with obsessive-compulsive disorder, but it is actually a form of psychosis and is only rarely connected with OCD.
  • Fanning The Flames: The Mind of a Pyromaniac  By :
    The form of psychosis known as pyromania is known for the trademark fascination and obsession patients have with fire. There are several traits that define a pyromaniac, but the primary one is that the fire provides some form of psychological and emotional release from an external or internal trigger.
  • The Choice between Yes and Yes - A Psychological Revelation  By : Slavco Stefanoski
    Three year old Kara was throwing a tantrum. She didn't want to go to bed, of that she was certain. "Do you want to brush with the red or blue toothpaste?" her dad asked gently. "Blue," she says, glad to be given the opportunity to make a decision. Ten minutes later, Kara was well tucked up, wondering when she'd agreed to go to bed in the first place.
  • Understanding the Facts of Color  By : Jimmy Cox
    Color is so constantly in evidence in our daily lives that we are inclined to give it almost no conscious attention. We merely accept color, failing not so much in our appreciation of its beauty - for we all like cooler - as in a full realization of what an important part it plays in our daily lives.
  • Fixing Teenage Psychiatric Problems  By : naix
    Teenagers can sometimes develop psychiatric problems that are difficult to treat, to the point that conventional tactics only lead to frustration and failure. However, research has revealed that there are techniques that work well on teenagers, even in the most extreme of cases and conditions. These methods require great care to execute properly, but generally yield better results than most programs geared towards adults.
  • Power Of The Subconscious Mind  By : Stephen Campbell
    One can understand the working and mechanism of the subconscious mind and use it to realize the infinite potential within. One can train oneself for creating power with the help of subconscious mind.
  • Success Factor Of The Law Of Attraction  By : Stephen Campbell
    There are many great people who have been practicing this law for a long time. Most of the people practice this universal law, including Oprah practices this law of attraction.
  • The Shifting Sands Of A Bi-Polar Mind  By : naix
    Bi-polar disorder is among the most devastating mental health conditions that a person can develop. The condition can have devastating results not only on a person's perception of himself, but also on his relationships with others around him. There is also the negative stigma associated with the illness, as some believe that the illness can lead to criminal tendencies.
  • Psychosis: Hard to Ignore  By : mjb
    This article talks about psychosis, its symptoms, and causes. It aims to inform the reader about the need to be educated about psychosis, including the various medication and therapies available for psychiatric patients. The article also makes a case for a need to remove the social stigma attached to having a psychiatric problem.
  • There, There, Texans: Breakin' Up May Not Be So Hard to Do, After All  By : Pat Carpenter
    I distinctly remember my first real breakup, experienced during that adventurous, turbulent, and notorious freshman year of college. I had just moved away from my tiny, Midwestern hometown to seek my degree at a large university out of state.
  • Breaking Point: The Factors Behind Insanity  By :
    Insanity is one of those things that most psychological texts attempt to categorize, illustrate, and analyze, but never outright define. Indeed, from some standpoints, insanity and sanity are too relative to the individual and his circumstances to be given any single, all-encompassing definition. There are, however, several key factors to be noted among the various “forms” of insanity known to modern mental health experts.
  • Sanity: Reality Or Fabrication?  By : Lliorlance
    Check any book on psychology or psychiatry and you will fail to find even a single concrete definition of the term “sanity,” despite how often it gets thrown around when talk of the above fields begins. There are countless ways to determine if someone is insane, but the only apparent way to declare someone sane is by a diagnosis of elimination. This has made some people question the very existence of sanity.
  • When Body Snatchers Invade The Mind  By : alexis
    Schizoaffective disorder is a mental health problem that is closely related to schizophrenia and has similar symptoms. However, schizoaffective disorder is different in a few ways from schizophrenia, particularly because it can do much more emotional damage to the people around the patient. This disorder has only recently been recognized, but there are already several studies underwatyo better understand and treat the problem.
  • Can You Catch Insanity?  By : alexis
    While there is nothing but anecdotal evidence and speculation from untrained people to support the theory, there are some that believe people can develop mental illness due to prolonged exposure to the insane. This is strictly speculation and there are no studies to back it up, but there are some experts that claim it might actually be possible, given the right combination of factors.
  • Picking Up the Pieces of a Shattered Mind  By : mjb
    Dissociative personality disorder is a controversial mental illness can be both debilitating and dangerous. The various personalities can make life chaotic and difficult for a patient, who may or may not be aware of his condition. Another problem stems from the fact that it is often difficult to diagnose DID because it is highly similar to other mental disorders.
  • Eclipsing the Mind: The Most Common Mental Health Disorders Today  By : mjb
    The percentage of the population that is developing mental illness is alarmingly high. According to recent statistics, the most common mental health problems are depression, Alzheimer's, bi-polar disorder, and schizophrenia.
  • 5 Motivation Tips to Have A Thriving Business and Happy Life  By : Lorraine Cohen
    I often hear successful people say they feel something in their life is missing or they feel they should be doing something else. If you relate to these feelings, take time to explore where your heart and passions lie. You will be happier in the long run!

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