In this TED Talk Ben Ambridge discusses and debunks popular myths about brain function and human psychology.
I recently watched a film with a very significant, romantic scene. During the scene, the male protagonist seductively asked his female partner about her desires. It was her secret, but she slowly bent to his will and confessed in a barely audible voice: “We actually don’t have a clue what we really want.” My years of experience on the subject of “what women want” moved me to agree. Be they Persian princesses, pretty Russian brides, or 21st century soccer moms, It is my firm opinion that women have absolutely no clue what they want in intimate relationships. Continue reading
Writing an essay may prove be a difficult task for some psychology students. One potential issue is the fact that there are many types of essays and students may easily get lost in deciding which techniques and strategies to use. Another issue involves external factors that may hinder students as they attempt to complete their task; these factors may include poor time management, ill health, family problems, or a bad command of the subject material and its topics. However, a third issue that affects many psychology students is an inability to gather needed information. Continue reading
In heterosexual relationships, are women or men more likely to say “I love you” first? Are there any specifics reasons or risks that are involved in making such a declaration? Find out as Graham Flanagan from Business Insider presents the latest psychology research on the topic.