I am a psychology undergraduate. I decided to start this blog because I am passionate about psychology. I also want to write from the perspective of someone with mental illness. My hope is that this blog will help others. Continue reading About Me
Freud believed that there are levels of consciousness. He thought that most of our emotions and personality were buried in our unconscious mind. Carl Jung a good friend of Frued’s also believed in the unconscious mind. *This post may Continue reading Consciousness, The Iceberg Theory, and Archetypes
According to Kurt Lewin there are three different leadership styles. They are Authoritarian, democratic, and laissez-fair. *This post may contain affiliate links that I may earn a commission off of. Authoritarian These leaders let you know what should be Continue reading Lewin’s Leadership Styles: Which One Are You?
One of the problems with standardized testing is that intelligence has not been defined. We also cannot measure intelligence accurately because we do not know what to measure. In order for standardized testing to work we will have to Continue reading Why We Shouldn’t Have Standardized Testing
Self actualization is when a person achieves their highest potential. Carl Rogers believed that this is what leads us to do the things we do. He believed that all people are striving for self actualization and that are behavior Continue reading Self Actualization and Humanistic Psychology
Last night I was feeling overwhelmed. Like on the verge of a panic attack overwhelmed. I did not know what to do. *This post may contain affiliate links that I may earn a commission off of. What ended up Continue reading 5 Things to do When You’re Feeling Overwhelmed
Cyclothymia is a mood disorder. One that I happen to be diagnosed with. I try to look at it in a positive light but there are always the bad things that go along with it. *This post may contain Continue reading The Highs and Lows of Cyclothymia
According to the FBI a serial killer is someone who has killed at least three people. The main motive for serial killers, especially sadistic ones, is sexual. *This post may contain affiliate links that I may earn a commission Continue reading Serial Killers and What Makes a Killer
A problem, in psychology, is a situation or question that involves difficulty, uncertainty, or doubt. The ultimate goal of problem solving is to come up with the best possible outcome. Problem Solving Cycle This is a series of step Continue reading How to Solve Problems Using Psychology
Visual perception is how the information transmitted from the eyes is sent to the brain and understood by us. Psychologist still debate on how much perception relies on the information we receive from a stimulus. There are two main Continue reading Do You See What I See?
Cognitive psychology is the study of the brain and its processes. It focuses on how we process and store information. It is also a class that I did not enjoy taking. Cognitive psychology was not psychoanalysis because it focused Continue reading Cognitive Psychology, Computers, and the Cognitive Revolution