Month: <span>November 2020</span>

Human Psychology – Human Being in Today’s World

Human Psychology: We are living in a modern world where we always need to adapt to changes, learn new things each time, improve ourselves consistently, and always move forward. Together with all the pleasurable consequences of this kind of life also brings some negative consequences that affect both our psychology and our physiology. Have you […]Read More

The Benefits and Uses of Business Psychology

Nowadays, in the business world, we hear a lot of times about business psychology, as known as industrial psychology or organizational psychology or a little less commonly; occupational psychology. It has been promoted to the businesses as the magic department that will boost all the creativity, work efficiency thereby the business will grow in a […]Read More

Woman’s Health – All About The Menstrual Cycle

What is Menstruation? Menstruation which is a period of time which woman approximately from the ages of 12[1] until menopause -which is around the ages of 50[2] faces every single month at least for 3 to 4 days. According to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, menstruation as known as the period is […]Read More

Essential Resources & Advises For Psychology Students

I started my journey, almost four years ago, when I moved to Bosnia & Herzegovina to dive into the psychology world that I was striving for learning and understanding. I brought my psychology books with me. At the time, I was watching some series related to psychology, and I was feeling very much involved in […]Read More

3 Interposition Psychology in Real Life Examples

Definition of Interposition Psychology What is psychology? Psychology is the science of mind and behavior which has many schools within itself that explain human mind and behavior in different perspectives. This article will be focusing on interposition psychology, the psychology of human visual perception and depth, and the interposition psychology will be giving us the […]Read More

Parallel Processing Psychology and Its Advantages

How is Parallel Processing Explained in Psychology? Parallel processing psychology explains parallel processing as the ability of the brain to simultaneously process incoming stimuli of differing quality[1] which makes us understand and do more things at a time. It is a part of the vision in that the brain divides what it sees into four […]Read More