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Psychology

Red Personality

Red has many personal connotations and meanings than any other colour. The red draws admiration & curiosity, hence the use of this colour can instantly attract our attention to a certain element.

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Psychology

Famous May Psychologist: Sigmund Freud

Life of Sigmund Freud

Sigismund Schlomo Freud was born into a family of Jews on 6 May 1856, in the Austrian Empire. He had childhood difficulties due to the financial problems the family had to face. However, Freud showed his intelligence from an early age and the family did their utmost to give him a proper education. His mother was the one who was highly interested in investing in Freud’s education, something that he mentioned on the few occasions when he talked about his personal life.

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Psychology

Yellow Personality

For centuries, people have been fascinated by the magic, meaning & power of colours. In the ancient times, the colours were attributed to certain divinities and had well-defined symbolic functions, being a bridge between the human and divine worlds.

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Psychology

Blue Personality

Colour brings magic to our lives. Colour brings enthusiasm, happiness, bliss and relaxation. Just imagine what the world we live in if we did not enjoy the beautiful colours of flowers or the blue sky. It is hard to imagine living a life in grey tones.

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Motherhood, Pregnancy, Psychology

Prenatal Stress Can Have Serious Effects on Baby’s Temperament

Extensive research in the past years has shown that stressed mothers before and during pregnancy affect the temperament and behaviour of the future child. Under stress conditions, the brain releases cortisol, a hormone with certain neurotoxic properties that can seriously affect the development of baby’s brain.

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Psychology

Famous April Psychologist: Urie Bronfenbrenner

Urie Bronfenbrenner is one of the psychologists who has significantly contributed to transforming the paradigms of psychosocial research in the last half-century and is known to the general public for creating the Ecological Theory of Human Development.

Bronfenbrenner has dedicated all his career to the research of evolutionary forces that “make human beings human”. He has spent most of his life trying to highlight the systemic interconnections of the environment that influence an individual’s development.

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Psychology

Green Personality

It is scientifically proven that light and colours have different effects on the affectivity of individuals. Reactions and attitudes to certain colour tones are caused by the power that colours “exert” on our psyche: they can calm, relax or cure, make us sad, or induce a state of nervousness.

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Love&Relationships, Psychology

Can Casual Sex Cause Depression?

Casual sex stopped being a taboo for our society since the sexual revolution that marked the period between the 1960s and 1980s. Although this sexual behaviour is still criticised by many for corrupting the traditional codes, some see casual sex as a freedom of sexual expression and experimentation.

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