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Self-Concept, Self-Esteem and Self-Presentation

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In further discussion about Developmental Psychology, it is important to talk about the development of a person’s self-esteem. But let’s understand first that self-esteem is not a concept on its own; self-esteem develops through a person’s self-concept and is shown or displayed in our behaviors through a person’s self-presentation. 1,583 more words

Human Behavior

Clock of the Week - September 25, 2017 Micrographia

WESTBOROUGH, MA September 25, 2017 This clock is unique simply on the basis of it’s size.  The scale below the 3 clocks is used for measuring wounds.   150 more words
Cognitive Neuropsychology

Facilitation 101

One of my roles, when I worked for the New York State School Boards Association (NYSSBA), was to facilitate board retreats. These sessions were designed to build trust and improve communication between board members and the superintendent, and to review their roles and responsibilities. 1,020 more words

Growing Up

The (Honest) Truth About Dishonesty

What it’s about: Dan Ariely takes us on a tour of human dishonesty and tells us that humans in general don’t rely on dispassionate cost-benefit analyses (expectation of reward vs penalty of being caught) to guide when they cheat. 430 more words


~A State of Panic?~

So here we are, watching Irma make her path straight through Florida as I predicted along with many others.

I’m creole born on the bayous and marsh lands of Louisiana. 277 more words

Bipolar Disorder

I Think I Just Figured Out Flat Earth

So a good friend of mine, who most would assume is an otherwise intelligent individual, brought up the flat earth thing to me a few weeks ago.   909 more words

Challenge The Status Quo

[*SPECIAL EDITION*] ZODIAC ASTROLOGY: Facts or Truth? Relative to any Social Relationships, perhaps?


Now… To those of you who are unaware, I will now expound on basically 4 noble truths in this article to consider before continuing: 991 more words