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Psychological Capital (A complete guide)

This blog defines psychological capital and explains its importance with reference to positive psychology. In this blog, you will be told about the basic components of psychological capital and the factors that predict psychological capital. So let’s take a start from the basic definition of...

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Erikson’s 8 Stages of psychosocial development

This blog aims to explain Erikson’s eight stages of psychosocial development. Erikson’s eight stages of psychosocial development are based on resolving eight different conflicts encountered at different stages of life, to help an individual lead a healthy, happy and prosperous life. What was Erik Erikson’s...

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ABC Theory of Personality (A guide)

This article will give a brief idea of the ABC Theory of Personality and will also discuss CBT and it’s types of strategies. Later It will focus on the ABC model. Then finally it will highlight treating cognitive distortions and irrational beliefs with the ABC...

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Physical health and mental health (A link?)

In this brief article, we will be talking about physical health and mental health, the relationship between physical health and mental health, the importance of physical health and mental health, and more information about physical health and mental health. Physical Health And Mental Health There...

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Practising the power of now (theory)

In this brief blog, we will be discussing the book title Practising the Power Of Now, the practice of practising the power of now, teachings in the book title Practising the Power Of Now, and more information about practising the power of now. What Is...

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Relational Frame Theory: (An Update)

Relational frame theory was developed originally by Steven C. Hayes of University of Nevada, notably by Dermot Barnes-Holmes and colleagues of Ghent University. Relational frame theory is known as the theory of the language. It is related to higher cognition.  In this article we will...

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PANAS: (A Complete Guide)

Since the dawn of civilization, understanding the delicate relationship between emotions and reasoning abilities has been a puzzle that occupied writers and philosophers. Classic thinkers such as Socrates, Aristotle, Plato, Descartes, and Kant devoted great attention to explore the relationship between feeling and thinking in...

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FFMQ: (A Complete Guide)

In this article we will discuss mindfulness and FFMQ Mindfulness History and Origin Mindfulness is a psychological term which is often used for one’s awareness, consciousness and attention. The word mindfulness came from the word “Sati” a “Pali” language word, which means ‘awareness’. The word...

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Healing Mandala: (A Complete Guide)

Healing Mandala comes from Sanskrit work that originally means ‘circle’ or ‘discoid object’. It is a geometric shape which has deep symbolism ingrained in it. It holds great importance in cultures of Hinduism and Buddhism. It is a symbol used for meditation and prayer in...

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PVQ (A Complete Guide)

In this guide we will discuss values theory and PVQ Values constitute the basic part of our lives as our thought process, emotions and actions are guided by them. The three components of attitude that is cognitive, affect and behavior are fueled by our values....

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Self-Efficacy Scales: ( An Update)

In this article we will discuss, self-efficacy and and self-efficacy scales  When a person is confident and full of self belief about his skills and potential to demonstrate the required behaviour in order to attain specific performance. This is known as self efficacy. It provides...

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Sensation seeking (A complete guide)

In this brief article, we will be talking about sensation-seeking, the sensation-seeking theory by Zuckerman, personality disorder with sensation-seeking traits, and more information about sensation-seeking. What is the psychology of sensation-seeking? The psychology of sensation-seeking is the trait of people who want to gain new...