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Temperament in Children

by arifinilyas in Psychology, January 24, 2015

Four temperaments is a proto-psychological theory that suggests that there are four fundamental personality types, sanguine (optimistic leader-like), choleric (bad-tempered or irritable), melancholic (analytical and quiet), and phlegmatic (relaxed and peaceful). Most formulations include the possibility of mixtures of the types.

The Greek physician Hippocrates (c. 460 – c. 370 BC) incorporated the four temperaments into his medical theories as part of the ancient medical concept of humorism, that four bodily fluids affect human personality traits and behaviors. Later discoveries in biochemistry have led modern medicine science to reject the theory of the four temperaments, although some personality type systems of varying scientific acceptance continue to use four or more categories of a similar nature.

Ways to Cope with Depression‏

by theresa.saayman in Psychology, January 22, 2015

Are you blue, anxious, irritable, tired, inundated or emotionally delicate? These forms of mood disorders have become shockingly common, and in a lot of cases, may easily be resolved.
Depression and anxiety particularly have become so prevalent that it’s exceedingly common for individuals to be taking medication for one or even both of these mood disorders. As a matter of fact, the incidence of depression and anxiety has tripled since 1990 and more than twenty-five percent of the adult population in the U.S. suffers from one or more mood troubles.

Coffee and Temperament – Bold or Adventurer?

by amablacke in Psychology, January 21, 2015

Can not skip every day while not low, untill have a low concoction irreplaceable? Your temperament may be seen from here, see explanation below.

Help Yourself with a Message

by Whisair in Psychology, January 15, 2015

A message, can help you to stay awake, feel comfortable, and always in an excited state. very pleasant not if day after day all that accompanies us everywhere steps?

Getting Into What Depression is

by fishfry aka Elizabeth Figueroa in Psychology, January 13, 2015

Depression and anxiety, extremely hard to deal with at times.

Why Do We Believe Liars?

by L.E.Monist in Psychology, January 13, 2015

A brief survey of how liars grab our trust.

Moods Driven by Biological Rhythm

by Ruby Hawk in Psychology, January 12, 2015

Since our moods swing up and down it suggests we are driven by a shared biological rhythm. Although according to recent research this might not apply to the older generation.

Suicide Prevention: Are The Threats Truly What You Should Worry About?

by UserInvalid in Psychology, January 10, 2015

Threats are serious warnings for those with self harming intentions, but sometimes, something more frightening lies beyond our knowledge.

Finding Help in Physiotherapy Clinics

by faktopi in Psychology, December 3, 2014

Wellness is the most crucial element inside lifetime of your individual as well as attending to the item whenever you can should certainly be a significant target. Chances are you’ll drop whatever, as you can certainly always earn them again, nearly health and fitness.

The Role of NLP Training Programs in The Business World

by michael gillard in Psychology, November 20, 2014

NLP training programs advice participants apprentice added about neuro-linguistic programming.

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