Tag Archives: Psychology

Ever Get A Tingling Feeling When Watching Somebody Complete A Task?

Have you ever experienced this feeling? You’re certainly not alone. I recently came across this phenomena on a website called Is It Normal? These are just …

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Gerard Egan : The Skilled Helper

Gerard Egan, PhD, is a Professor of Organisation Development and Psychology and author of The Skilled Helper. He has written over a dozen books, some …

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The Nineteen Propositions Of Carl Rogers

Carl Rogers based his theories on the following nineteen propositions.
1. All individuals (organisms) exist in a continually changing world of experience (phenomenal field) of which …

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Albert Bandura And Social Learning Theory

Albert Bandura was born 4th December 1925 in Mundare, Alberta, Canada. He received his bachelors degree in Psychology from the University of British Columbia in 1949, …

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10 Ways To Develop A Healthy Relationship

In a recent blog post the psychiatrist Mark Goulston outlines 10 habits for happy couples.
Develop common interests: When the initial passion of your relationship settles …

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Psychology Of Doodling

Many of us doodle on bits of paper when we’re on the phone, or on writing pads when in meetings. But what is doodling and why …

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