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Psychology

Psychology stories and more.

The Obsessive Compulsive Disorder(OCD)

The Obsessive Compulsive Disorder(OCD)
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The first time I heard of OCD was from the hit series “glee”. There was a lady in it who was so afraid of dirt. She will just clean and clean even if whatever it is, is clean be it fruits or working space etc. It turned out she had something called OCD.

Audrey Wendy Woode
Audrey Wendy Woode
Psychology
Bipolar disorder

Bipolar disorder
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In life, there are times when you can't help but feel sad due to ongoing events such as the loss of a loved one, investment or perhaps a relationship. Other times, life is simply a ray of sunshine. It is normal for our moods to swing back and forth, but

JESSICA MAWU-KOENYA BANSAH
JESSICA MAWU-KOENYA BANSAH
Psychology
IS IT AMNESIA OR NORMAL FORGETFULNES?

IS IT AMNESIA OR NORMAL FORGETFULNES?
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Everyone tends to forget some things once in a while. So how do you tell amnesia apart from little moments of forgetfulness?

Audrey Wendy Woode
Audrey Wendy Woode
Psychology
Intelligence: Are older people more intelligent?

Intelligence: Are older people more intelligent?
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Ruth is my name. I have two sons; Jaden and Jason. Jaden is intelligent but his younger brother Jason performs poorly in class. My husband is a lawyer and he expects both sons to accomplish excellent results. I tell him perhaps, Jason is perhaps good at something else so, we

JESSICA MAWU-KOENYA BANSAH
JESSICA MAWU-KOENYA BANSAH
Psychology
The Science of Addiction

The Science of Addiction
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‌‌He keeps repeating the folly. He is being stigmatized by colleagues at work. Now it feels more like a second nature. At first he only wanted to relieve himself and forget the pain of having lost a loved one. Now he's sinked in an endless bottom of intoxication. He's addicted

Sylvester Torsman
Sylvester Torsman
Psychology
EATING DISORDERS; ARE THEY REAL?

EATING DISORDERS; ARE THEY REAL?
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Eating disorders need to be curbed as soon as it’s discovered as they can cause grave health conditions, with death as a possibility if left unchecked or treated.

Audrey Wendy Woode
Audrey Wendy Woode
Food
MY "IMPOSTER SYNDROME" JOURNEY

MY "IMPOSTER SYNDROME" JOURNEY
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There was absolutely no room for failure for me, not even a little mistake. I began to feel like if I failed at something, then my friends were now going to see me as a phony who didn’t deserve any of the achievements, recognitions, awards, et al.

Audrey Wendy Woode
Audrey Wendy Woode
Psychology
Resolving the Emotional Impact of Dyslexia

Resolving the Emotional Impact of Dyslexia
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Have you ever wondered why a student who is intelligent and full of ideas can be dejected and slow when it comes to classroom activities like reading, writing, and pronunciation of words?‌‌

ASANTEWAA BEATRICE
ASANTEWAA BEATRICE
Psychology