Author Jyoti

  • The stages of life span

    This stage starts with the child formally enters the school after completing five years of early parts of childhood. It is a critical age for acquiring academic as well as extra-curricular activities and habits. Once formed, habits of working below, above, or up to one’s capacity tend to persist into adulthood.

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  • Identity crisis during adolescence

    According to Erikson, identity is an intense analysis and exploration of different ways of looking at oneself.

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  • Different levels of retardation

    And many are simply a combination of hereditary and environmental factors – the parents were retarded and did not provide a stimulating home environment for the children.

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  • Factors influencing severity of stress

    Following the death of a loved one, people generally experience severe stress which is known as bereavement.

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  • Behavioral modification

    The patient works their way up starting at the least unpleasant and practicing their relaxation technique as they go.

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  • Festinger's theory of cognitive dissonance

    When an individual puts a lot of effort to achieve something towards which he/she has a favorable attitude, it becomes more important to their self-concept.

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  • Big Five Theory of Leadership

    Researches on the Big Five personality factors have found some relationships between these overall personality factors and leadership.

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  • About perceptual process

    Sensation involves a neurological activity. This physical energy which is a stimulus has to be changed into activity within the nervous system. Transduction occurs at the receptors converting physical energy into electrical potential. Each sense organ is connected to a particular part of the brain and that is why the sense-impression (sensation) results.

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  • How children's body grow

    A third pattern is muscles develop from the center of the body first and then toward the outside of the body called proximodistal law. Muscles around the trunk of the body develop earlier and are stronger than muscles in the hands, feet, etc.

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  • Cluster A personality disorders

    Individuals in this cluster A tend to experience major disruptions in relationships.

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