psychology

Studying the complexities of the human mind and its many functions and behaviors.

  • M C
    Published 15 days ago
    Metamemetic and Multi-logical Activity Ideas

    Metamemetic and Multi-logical Activity Ideas

    Here is how the reasoning process might work: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1XT0g4pSi080Pi4Z0YAH4vWnY4cPXmPJgtdnWgceO_OU/edit?usp=sharing
  • Brittany Wenner
    Published 19 days ago
    Déjà Rêvé - Strange Phenomenon

    Déjà Rêvé - Strange Phenomenon

    I have always had strong, vivid dreams. I am able to feel what happened in my dreams when I wake up. I have been encountering a phenomenon known as déjà rêvé (French for "already dreamed"), since I was a child.
  • Konstantin Kalushniy
    Published 23 days ago
    What Happens To The Brain At The Time Of Death

    What Happens To The Brain At The Time Of Death

    People who have been on the verge of life and death always tell about the same thing: a person glides along a dark tunnel to the bright light at the end, he is surrounded by a feeling of absolute peace and happiness, he hears pleasant music, soft light envelops him from all sides. Often people describe their way out of the body: they see themselves from the side and experience a feeling of soaring.
  • Charles Leon
    Published 29 days ago
    The Doctors Dilemma

    The Doctors Dilemma

    Download a free copy of the Cognitive Divesity Map Here
  • Joseph Crown
    Published about a month ago
    Getting feedback on Compliance Training vs Induction scaffolding into Hypnotic States

    Getting feedback on Compliance Training vs Induction scaffolding into Hypnotic States

    This is a piece I'm working on and its still very rough. It's actually my first draft with the target audience of those erotic hypnotists that consider themselves Hypno Doms. There is more to write on this piece but I wanted to get some feedback and thoughts from peers. I'm done writing for the night and looking for interaction with it to keep the motivation going here. Open to your thoughts, impressions, and questions.
  • Joseph Crown
    Published about a month ago
    One Way To Blank The Mind and Create Amnesia With Hypnosis

    One Way To Blank The Mind and Create Amnesia With Hypnosis

    How many of you have wished you had a trigger to create a blank state in someone? Perhaps, you have had the urge to show someone they were in a trance or hypnosis by having them forget a number, their name, or a friend's name. While it is possible to hypnotize a person and cause them to forget they were hypnotized, their name, their phone number, and so much more, the memory loss may only be temporary.
  • Joseph Crown
    Published about a month ago
    Conversationally introducing people to trance
  • Joseph Crown
    Published about a month ago
    Adjusting Our Resting Default Emotions and Energy
  • Cindy Steward
    Published 2 months ago
    The Mystery of Observation

    The Mystery of Observation

    As we all know, each human being has the ability to sense certain aspects of their surroundings. We see colors and figures, we hear sounds and music, we smell, we taste, we touch.. Yet neuroscientists were able to prove that some people have a condition that mixes up the whole sensory system. Smelling colors, seeing sounds.. How is it possible? How can these beings sense things that we shouldn’t be able to sense?
  • Rida Tahir
    Published 4 months ago
    Dinosaurs, Tsunamis, and Falling Elevators

    Dinosaurs, Tsunamis, and Falling Elevators

    “A little girl, 6 or 7 years old, has a best friend who is staying at her place for a sleepover. The girl’s grandfather transforms into a dragon to protect his grand daughter from this girlfriend who is a devil in disguise. When he goes into her granddaughter's room to check on her, both girls are gone and the window is broken. Dragon grandfather rushes out of the window and sees the two girls running into the woods…”
  • Dena Sehati
    Published 4 months ago
    Can We Know Ourselves?

    Can We Know Ourselves?

    Every individual is always at war within themselves in order to know who they really are. But with the constant changes of our environment, society, and acquaintances, it is quite difficult to find a reasonable answer to questions such as knowing yourself. The pressure that is put on every individual by their surroundings, forces them to make minor changes in their behaviour unconsciously, which leads to being a new person, depending on the conditions that the individual lives in.
  • Tim Brunson
    Published 5 months ago
    I’ve Lost My Subconscious Mind

    I’ve Lost My Subconscious Mind

    Oddly enough, the concept that we have a subconscious mind is a construct that only appears in Western culture, and is completely ignored by the rest of the world. Yet, it is an a priori concept that is taken without questioning by psychologists, the medical establishment, and most of pop culture. Yet, now that we are trying to replicate the human mind through the field of Artificial Intelligence, neuroscientists and computer sciences are completing their tasks without ever addressing the myth of a human subconsciousness.