In its eagerness to control the minds of the people, the CIA advanced the MK Ultra Project. He made cruel experiments with human beings, to find the vulnerable points of the mind and in this way control and manipulate people.
The Simon effect is a psychological phenomenon related to interference processes.
A series of activities that we can integrate into our lives to promote personal development.
Minuchin, with its structural therapy, points out the need to break with the balance of certain systems so that these same nuclei put in place measures that result in an improved state of stability. In this article, we delve into the therapy that he proposes based on this idea.
Sometimes, trusting our senses is not so successful. Our mind can also play tricks on us. We tell you how he does it. Discover it!
Have you ever felt overwhelmed by anxious thoughts and unable to focus on a task? As human beings, we have the ability to control our anxious thoughts through visualization techniques.
Psychologists advise us to think positive but sometimes this can be counterproductive. It’s like when they tell you not to think of a white bear.
Meditation can transform our brain in 8 weeks. The areas that seem to change are those related to memory, empathy and stress, as well as those responsible for attention and emotional integration.
Do you want to know what happens in a brain that meditates compared to one that does not and what relationship does it have with the body?
Chess is a very old strategy game that involves a fairly complete cognitive and emotional training.
The last level of Maslow’s pyramid is composed of the needs of self-realization.
Abraham Maslow developed this concept in his hierarchy of human needs.
Cardiac coherence is a relatively recent relaxation technique that, starting from the principles of meditation, is offering positive results in clinical and personal contexts. Learn about this effective way to learn to relax.
When people are facing tasks that require the sum of efforts of each team member to achieve a group goal, there is a tendency to make less effort as the size of the group increases.
A system to interpret the information obtained when applying the Rorschach test.
The fear of sinning or doing something morally wrong can lead to a specific phobia.
In the phobic neurosis a disproportionate fear is experienced in front of a specific object, idea or situation. This object, idea or situation, seen from a psychoanalytic perspective, would actually be a symbol of what is truly feared.
Selective mutism is a very complex childhood anxiety disorder characterized by the inability of a child to speak and communicate effectively in particular social settings, such as school.