GESTALT – Issue 4 | Mar’18 (Total pages: 27)
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You are Not the Center of Attention!
Do you always feel that people around you are paying attention to you when you are walking down the street? They are looking at your face, clothes, hairstyle, phones and etc. Somehow, you just have the feeling that they are reading your mind, right?
I’m a Psychology Major. What’s Next?
When we discuss our ambitions during our earlier school days, how many of you aspired to be a psychologist, counselor, or any professional in the field of psychology? Well, I guess psychology might not be a popular first choice…
Gestalt & Perception
So what is Gestalt? According to the Oxford Dictionary of English: gestalt /ɡəˈʃtɑːlt,ɡəˈʃtalt/ noun: gestalt; plural noun: gestalts an organized whole that is perceived as more than the sum of its parts. 1920s: from German Gestalt, literally ‘form, shape’. It is a school of psychology founded in the early 1900s based on the principle that the mind
understands the apparently unordered world by forming meaningful perceptions which involve an organised whole…
ABA Practical Application: Reinforcement and How it Should Be
ABA stands for “Applied Behaviour Analysis” which is based on the theory of learning and behavior. Its basic principles come from the psychological school of thought, Behaviorism. It applies the concepts of Classical Conditioning (establishing a conditioned stimuli to elicit a response) and Operant Conditioning (using a reinforcing stimulus to increase or maintain a desired response)…
Knowing vs. Practicing the Healthy Lifestyle
It is good to have a healthy lifestyle but maintaining it is never easy. Why so? Because it is always easier to practice the opposite – the unhealthy alternative. It takes more effort to reject the tasty and crunchy nugget than to bite
down on that celery; it is easier to lie on bed watching TV or looking at our social media than to wake up early for a morning walk…
Book Review: “12 Rules for Life: An Antidote To Chaos” by Jordan Peterson
I wasn’t sure what to expect from 12 Rules for Life. It sounded like it is going to be a practical self-help book, backed with science, if not at least relevant anecdotes, hopefully with some psychological or personal exercises. I have
experienced my fair share of chaos in my own life, certainly I can expect some guidance from a book named Antidote To Chaos?
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