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  • Examples of Social Justice

    Examples of Social Justice That Will Make You Smile

    In this post, we will discuss the  Examples of Social Justice and every other thing you need to know on social justice. Read on! Social justice is the recognition, defense and protection of the rights and duties of citizens without distinguishing their status. Seeks equal opportunities among citizens based on laws of inclusion. Learn here some […] More

  • 9 Extreme Examples of Social Inequality

    9 Extreme Examples of Social Inequality

    Social inequality is a problem that affects the socioeconomic welfare of citizens of a state, community or country. Social inequalities are closely related to social injustices and in the most extreme cases they turn out to be a violation of human rights. Next, 9 extreme examples of social inequality that exist in the world are described. In this […] More

  • What is a Baccalaureate?

    What is a Baccalaureate? Read Full Explanation

    Baccalaureate is a program of studies that follows secondary education, although, in some countries, they may be quite different. The baccalaureate in the latter case is also called high school. The baccalaureate is the studies that allow a student to obtain a bachelor’s degree, a requirement for the continuation of studies in university institutions. Read also: […] More

  • dunning kruger syndrome

    Dunning Kruger Syndrome – See Examples

    Dunning Kruger Syndrome or the Dunning Kruger effect is characterized by the inability of some people to be aware of their incompetence or ineptitude. It is a cognitive distortion whereby a person who actually has little ability to perform an activity, thinks he has a lot, even more than some experts. On the contrary, people who […] More

  • The 10 Most Famous Psychopaths in History

    The 10 Most Famous Psychopaths in History

    Many of the famous psychopaths that I will name below have been mass leaders. Psychopathy is one of the personality disorders that most attracts people’s attention.  There are many movies and several television series that show these characters, such as The Silence of the Lambs, Dexter or The following. However, these people are not so rare. It is believed […] More

  • Cognitive Dissonance Theory - Leon Festinger

    Cognitive Dissonance Theory – Leon Festinger

    In this article, we will learn about the cognitive dissonance theory, Leon Festinger experiments and other strategies… The cognitive dissonance is a kind of psychological stress that occurs when a person has beliefs, ideas, or contradictory values, or when acting against their own ideas. This effect, which can cause very high levels of discomfort, was first discovered […] More

  • democratization of knowledge

    Democratization of Knowledge: Positive and Negative Aspects

    Democratization of knowledge consists in the possibility that a large percentage of the human population can access information for free or at low cost. This social phenomenon occurs especially thanks to the Internet, technology with which thousands of websites that contain information on all the imaginable topics can be accessed. Some of the positive aspects of […] More

  • Toxic Mothers

    Toxic Mothers: Characteristics and How to Treat Them

    Toxic mothers are those who have a negative view of the world, often destructive, victimhood, possessive, controlling, sometimes manipulative, and do not help the personal or professional growth of their children (even if it is not its intention). It is important to keep in mind that the maladaptive relationship can come from the mother, the father, […] More

  • Emotional Memory

    Emotional Memory: the Relationship between Memory and Emotion

    Emotional memory refers to the ability of people to set memories from emotions. In this sense, multiple studies have shown how memory-related brain structures are closely associated with brain regions that modulate emotions. In fact, emotions are closely linked with memory, and the emotional content of events is considered to influence subsequent memory. These discoveries that neuroscience has been […] More

  • Vicarious Learning: Characteristics, Bandura Theory and Examples

    Vicarious Learning: Characteristics, Bandura Theory and Examples

    Vicarious learning, learning by observation, or indirect knowledge is a type of learning from indirect sources such as observation, instead of direct instruction. The word “vicar” comes from the Latin “I see”, which means “transport.” In Spanish, it has a symbolic meaning: with vicarious learning, information or learning is transported from one person to another through […] More

  • Defense Mechanisms of Freud and Psychoanalysis

    Defense Mechanisms of Freud and Psychoanalysis (Examples)

    In this post, we are going to examine the Defense Mechanisms of Freud and also Psychoanalysis with their examples. Defense mechanisms are unconscious ego that reduces anxiety arising from potentially harmful stimuli for the human body, the personality and the body in general psychological mechanisms. Sigmund Freud, from psychoanalysis, was one of the main defenders of […] More

  • Cognitive Distortions: Characteristics, Types and Examples

    Cognitive Distortions: Characteristics, Types and Examples

    Cognitive distortions are a misleading way of thinking and are usually associated with the transformation of reality, causing suffering and other negative consequences for the person. An example would be someone who only contemplates their failures, even if they have really had many successes in their lives. This type of cognitive distortion is called filtering. Own […] More

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