Psychology

Richard Weston Case

Justice, the main purpose of legal proceedings is to have justice served. Nonetheless, there may be an array of other factors that may come into play, and hold back the process of attaining justice. O...
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Psychology

Existentialism

Existentialism is a philosophical term which is used to describe how human live in the world from the time they find themselves existing. According to this theory...
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Psychology

The Trauma of Physical Abuse

Physical abuse has recently formed an essential part of the discussion on today’s media. It affects virtually all age groups with children being the most vulnerable. Some of the readily notable acts o...
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Psychology

Psychological Implications of Retirement

There are different challenges that come along with aging. Some of these difficulties are associated with physical and mental impairments in adults of retirement age (over the age of seventy). The phy...
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Psychology

Anxiety and Depression in Hospice Patients

The paper considers the role of anxiety and depression in provision of care and quality of life of terminally and chronically ill individuals in light of hospice care. Their soft but veiled with sadne...
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Psychology

Evolutionary Psychology

The present paper is devoted to the evolutionary theory of conflict that is presented via developing a specific culture on the basis of the analysis of such psychological mechanisms as general intelli...
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Psychology

Psychosis

Health is the most significant value for people’s well-being. Mental and physical disorders usually provoke different diseases. They cause conditions that do not allow humans feel themselves happy. No...
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Psychology

Technology and Happiness

If one asks someone what is the biggest technological invention of all times, the answer will most probably will be the Internet and the computer. However, it ...
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