Social Psychology
Psychological Methods of Persuasion
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6 Powerful Social Media Persuasion Techniques Let’s be honest, you don’t just want your voice to be added to the conversation; you want your voice to be
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Cognitive vs. Emotional Empathy
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The Three Kinds of Empathy: Emotional, Cognitive, Compassionate Do you know what the three kinds of empathy are and how to express them?
Social Psychology
How to Recognize the Signs That Someone Is Lying
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How to Tell If Someone Is Lying: 12 Signs to Check Being able to spot a lie can keep you from falling prey to cons and scams. People lie for many reasons.
Social Psychology
How Social Support Contributes to Psychological Health
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Social Support Is Imperative for Health and Well-Being JGI/Tom Grill / Getty Images Social support is often identified as a key component of solid relationships
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Why Do People Blame the Victim?
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Rape Culture, Victim Blaming, And The Facts | Southern Connecticut State University Rape Culture is an environment in which rape is prevalent and in which
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What Affectional Bonds Mean in Attachment Theory
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Attachment between infant and caregiver Photo by: Kim Ruoff Infant attachment is the deep emotional connection that an infant forms with his or her primary
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Understanding the Stigma Around Mental Illness
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How to Cope With Stigma When You Have a Mental Illness JGI/Jamie Grill / Getty Images Anyone who has had experience with mental illness, personally or
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Understanding Collectivist Cultures
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Why Your Understanding of Collectivism Is Probably Wrong Imagine you’ve won a 2-week, all-expenses-paid trip to a faraway country. You don’t know where
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Types of Nonverbal Communication
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Nonverbal Communication: Definition, Types, Importance (Explained) The nonverbal way is the most commonly used communication medium in the world in culture.
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The Psychology Behind Heroism
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What Makes a Hero? This month, Greater Good features videos of a presentation by Philip Zimbardo, the world-renowned psychologist perhaps best known for