Have you ever wondered what is the origin of unhappiness? Why are not we as happy as we want?
The neurons of von Economo (or spindle neurons) are only present in the human brain, in bonobos, chimpanzees and gorillas, as well as in whales and elephants.
Mary Ainsworth was a Canadian psychologist who, along with John Bowlby, developed one of the psychological theories that has most helped to understand early social development: the theory of attachment.
Have you ever been in a place where there was a large crowd of people
In the rules for living of Dr. Jordan Peterson, four main aspects stand out: values, relationship with oneself, relationship with others and patterns of action. Actually they are not rules as such, but parameters to guide us.
If the character of Sigmund Freud is important to understand the origin of psychoanalysis, the figure of Carl Gustav Jung is no less.
The relevance of the study of creativity in psychosis is related to a change of view about mental illness.
As if it were any other game, in seduction we can improve a lot. Knowing the rules of the game and some tricks offered by Psychology can help us achieve it.
Hypervigilance can destroy any relationship of a couple. Checking, doubting and being aware of the other to check that everything is going well or that there are strange behaviors is a double-edged sword.
Stoic thought sought to find happiness through the courage to give the best in any adverse situation.
The depth and intensity with which we live depends to a large extent on the attention we pay to each experience. At present there are so many stimuli, that we stop attending and we end up fragmenting our conscience.
Anthony de Mello was an Indian Jesuit priest, spiritual guide and psychotherapist who achieved notable