Are You a Workaholic?

Are you a Workaholic?   Are you guilty for being a workaholic, someone who has no time for family and friends, not to mention the long-forgotten self? Is there any good being workaholics, whether you are busy with university work or job tasks? What does research say about workaholism? Let’s find out. The term ‘workaholism’ […]

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Scientific Research: Why is it Important?

Scientific Research: Why is it Important? “Statistics? But I am studying psychology!”. Students are often shocked and surprised that statistics and research method are the compulsory subjects in psychology, because many of them just want to know more about people or use this knowledge to help others. This can be even more frustrating when they […]

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Analyzing Dreams: What Is A Dream?

A Reflection on a Workshop on Dreams “In my dream, I found myself flying up above the field. I looked behind me and saw that I had wings. They were large and beautiful, and they fluttered rapidly. I had turned into a butterfly! It was such a feeling of freedom and joy, to be so […]

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What is Nostalgia?

Dreams of Green & Old Ghosts: A Short Article on Nostalgia A thin, twisted tropical pine tree which grows among bushes of peppermint leaves, chrysanthemums, and bougainvilleas, in front of a car porch wide enough to accommodate at least four cars. A cloth-hanger line hangs between a pillar and the fence, suspended in mid-air, with […]

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Misconceptions about Psychology Students

This is the most annoying misconceptions about Psychology students: You study Psychology? You must be able to read my mind. @ You must be analyzing me right now, tell me – What type of person am I?   Now, we get this so often that these misconceptions been addressed countless times on Facebook. Let me […]

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