One of the great contributions of André Green was to have drawn, in a measured and intelligent, the split that occurred between the psychoanalytical models of Melanie Klein, Jaques Lacan and Heinz Hartman.
One of the emotion theories that have had the most influence in psychology.
The objects with which we interact evoke sensations and perceptions. Graphic design and psychology study this relationship and today we explore it.
According to Jahoda, among the Ashanti, when a child is born (the same is not true for girls), the name of the day on which he was born is given. The name refers to the kra, the soul of the day. This implies disposition toward a certain type of behavior.
According to the Austrian psychologist Paul Watzlawick, communication plays a fundamental role in our lives and in the social order, although we are hardly aware of it.
Perhaps you have ever felt that there is someone in the same room where you are and yet you are alone.
The appearance of the phenomenon of the slave grandfather is due, to a great extent, to the changes that the family structure has undergone in recent decades.
Do you know why some animals, when living with humans, acquire certain distinctive characteristics, such as cats or dogs? This is explained by the domestication syndrome, a fundamental process in social evolution.
Denial is very common in addictions, in duels and in situations involving taboos. This desire not to know provides momentary tranquility, but over time it becomes highly destructive.
Mental disorders are increasingly accepted in society and it is the society itself that demands tools to alleviate them. Through video games and animation, users can normalize their anxiety and other psychological problems, and even deal with them.
The law of minimum effort to manage stress reminds us that, sometimes, less is more. It invites us to flow in our reality, to save energy, to focus attention on what is truly important.
Jellinek’s alcohol consumption patterns help us understand that not all people who drink are alcoholic or that all we call alcoholics are sick.
Pierre Janet was the founder of a French current that would be known as psychological analysis. In addition, he was one of the great theorists of the phenomenon known as psychological automatism and hysteria.
All people have emotional vacuums. The important thing is to identify them, accept them and fill them in the healthiest way possible.
In the triarchic theory of intelligence of Sternberg, the author describes three types of intelligence: analytical, creative and practical. Each of them is related to a very specific aspect.