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The Absent Mind

Mind is the fertiliser to success.Any lacklustre in this regard is going to affect your success. An attentive mind could create miracles. An absent mind could produce failures.       Share this

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The Myth of Enlightenment

Most of the elite mortals strive through the various known phases of life and enlightenment as its ultimate destination. The ultimate freedom is the enigma which ripple through the process of human development. They...

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How to treat a psychopath?

Psychopathic  personality, besides being a legal problem is a behavioral disorder and social problem. Hardened measures in form of capital punishment, imprisonment of psychopaths or depriving them of essential needs don’t show favorable results. Proper...

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Biological basis of psychopathic disorder

Because the psychopaths impulsiveness, acting out and intolerance of discipline tend to appear early in life, several investigators have focused on the role of constitutional deficiencies as causative factors in antisocial personality disturbances. Malfunctioning...

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The Psychopathic Personality

Psychopathic Personality is characterized by impulsive irresponsible actions satisfying only immediate and narcissistic interests without concern for curious and implicit social consequences (APA). The following are four types of antisocial behavior – Sociopathic or...

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Is Drug therapy effective in Mood Disorders?

Drugs in Mood Disorders: During the last decade clinicians have made significant progress in developing both biological and psychological treatments for mood disorders. Drug Treatment for Depressive Disorders – Drugs have been used to...

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Psychological causes of Bipolar Disorders

Because biological causes appear to play a larger role in bipolar disorders than in unipolar depression psychological and environmental factors have not been emphasized as explanations of bipolar disorder. One early psychoanalytic theory suggested...

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Beck’s Cognitive Triad

One of the most influential theories of depression is Aaron Beck’s (1987) cognitive theory. According to this theory, vulnerability to depression develops during childhood when basic beliefs about the self are formulated. Beck says...