The Purpose Of Reagan’s Inaugural Speech

Reagan’s Inaugural Speech Ronald Reagan was a president that was for the power of the people. This helped America become more patriotic again. He wanted to help the people that needed the most help and realize what the country did wrong in the past. This is something that the people of American appreciated. He needed … Read more

A Boy Called Po – story of a boy with autism

Abstract This paper explores a film, A Boy Called Po, discussing the challenges Patrick, best known as Po, lives with the daily challenges of autism. Autism is a mental condition, present from early childhood, characterized by difficulty in communicating and forming relationships with other people and in using language and abstract concepts (Google). Introduction There … Read more

Running Head Discussion

Some virtual teams at Boeing have discussions focused on military aircraft. Do some Internet research on UC security mechanisms and identify and briefly describe several that Boeing should have in place to ensure the privacy and integrity of such discussions. As organizations started relying more on unified communications, the management of voice, video and messaging … Read more

Borderline Personality Disorder of The Protagonist In ‘Good Will Hunting’ Movie

Good Will Hunting Reflection In the movie Good Will Hunting the main character, Will Hunting, can be diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder. I think he has this disorder because people with borderline personality disorder see the world in black and white, apply their harsh either/or judgments to others and to themselves, have an unstable sense … Read more

Introduction Obsessive-compulsive disorder

Introduction Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a chronic and often severe psychiatric disease. It is characterized by recurrent, intrusive and distressing thoughts, images, or impulses (obsessions) and/or repetitive mental or overt acts (compulsions or neutralizing behaviors) performed to reduce or remove distress and anxiety caused by these obsessive thoughts and to prevent any perceived harmful consequences … Read more

The Stages of Sleep and the Effects of Sleep Deprivation

Sleep is a universal concept that incorporates animals and humans alike. The melatonin released from their brains allow their bodies to experience a periodic unconsciousness that re-energizes and regenerates their beings to allow for basic survival. This loss of consciousness enables the brain to maintain functionality and to process the information without continuous awareness and … Read more

The Art Therapy

The National Institute of Mental Health defines schizophrenia as “a chronic, severe, and disabling mental disorder characterized by deficits in thought processes, perceptions, and emotional responsiveness.” Patients suffering from schizophrenia exhibit a diverse range of symptoms which are categorized under positive and negative. The positive symptoms of Schizophrenia include delusions, thought disorders, and hallucinations. Negative … Read more

Introduction Obsessive-compulsive disorder

Introduction Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a chronic and often severe psychiatric disease. It is characterized by recurrent, intrusive and distressing thoughts, images, or impulses (obsessions) and/or repetitive mental or overt acts (compulsions or neutralizing behaviors) performed to reduce or remove distress and anxiety caused by these obsessive thoughts and to prevent any perceived harmful consequences … Read more

The Art Therapy

The National Institute of Mental Health defines schizophrenia as “a chronic, severe, and disabling mental disorder characterized by deficits in thought processes, perceptions, and emotional responsiveness.” Patients suffering from schizophrenia exhibit a diverse range of symptoms which are categorized under positive and negative. The positive symptoms of Schizophrenia include delusions, thought disorders, and hallucinations. Negative … Read more

Mental Illness And Its Different- Forms

The Stigma of Mental Illness & Forms of Treatment It is still clear as ever in this contemporary day and age that a great stigma remains attached to the subject of mental illness. Even in recent scientific surveys conducted, results demonstrated that “increased awareness” of the neurobiological cause of mental illness still has not tempered … Read more

Stress And Anxiety As The Distractors Of An Athlete’s Attention

There are a variety of things that can distract your attentional focus. These come under two broad headings, internal distractors and external distractors. Internal distractors are split into three sections, thoughts, feelings and psychophysiological sensations. Thoughts are remembering previous mistakes you made in sports events. Feelings are worrying about consequences or previous failings. Psychophysiological sensations … Read more

An Analysis of the Dissociative Identity Disorder and the Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Dissociative identity disorder (DID), formally called multiple personality disorder, is a dissociative disorder in which a person exhibits two or more distinct and alternating personalities. A well-known example of this psychological disorder is Dr. Jekyll from the novel The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson. Henry Jekyll is a … Read more

The Signs of Psychological Disorders of Polonius in The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, a Play by William Shakespeare

The Psychological Health of Polonius In The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, several characters exhibit the signs of possible psychological disorders, such as Prince Hamlet, Ophelia, and Polonius. With Polonius, Shakespeare seems to characterize a sneaky, untrustworthy snake of a man. Upon further inspection, however, it seems likely that Polonius suffered from one or … Read more

Depression Among International Students

Depression among international students In the present scenario many students move to foreign countries to explore the knowledge and learn practical skills to achieve their life goals. During this period, they face some challenges that turn in to depression. The depression is a mental health illness that affect human behaviours negatively. The main indications of … Read more

Cause and Effect of Suicide in our Society

Annalise Isola January 14, 2018 English research final paper, Period G Cause and Effect of Suicide in our Society Suicide voluntarily taking one’s own life occurs in every country in the world. In Western societies suicide is recognized as a leading cause of early death, a major public health problem and a tragedy for individuals … Read more

Coping styles and mechanisms

Many people have different ways of coping with the numerous problems life throws. Due to the reason every person goes through different issues in life the result is that every person has their own unique coping mechanism. This essay will give people the knowledge of how everyone has different coping mechanisms. A person may have … Read more

Insomnia: Types, Causes and Consequences

According to National Sleep Foundation (NFS), USA, following types of insomnia has been found. Acute insomnia – a brief episode of difficulty sleeping. Acute insomnia is usually caused by a life event, such as a stressful change in a person’s job, receiving bad news, or travel. Often acute insomnia resolves without any treatment. Chronic insomnia … Read more

A Calm Mind Is A Healthy Mind

For many people, a low-grade amount of stress is a part of everyday life. So, they may not recognize that it has a negative impact on their overall health. Studies have shown that feeling stress or anxiety on a long-term basis doesn’t just affect your peace of mind. In fact, you’re more likely to suffer … Read more

The structural portion of Psychoanalytic theory by Sigmund Freud

The structural portion of Psychoanalytic theory by Sigmund Freud, attempts to explain how the unconscious mind function with three distinct components, namely id, ego and superego and how the conflict between two of the three component could give rise to Marilyn’s behaviours when her phobia of the dark is activated. The maintenance of Marilyn’s behaviour … Read more

What is the connection between internet addiction and depression within adolescents?

The internet is extremely prevalent in our contemporary society. With new apps such as snapchat or twitter, social media has become especially popular amongst adolescents. The environment has a huge impact on the child’s internet use because if the child is constantly surrounded by it, then it is highly likely they will become addicted. While … Read more

Mental Health and Meditation

Dr.MadhuBala, Dr.Anita Moral Mental health describes a level of psychological well-being or an absence of a mental disorder. It can also be defined as an expression of emotions, as signifying a successful adaptation to a range of demands. Nowadays there are many practices, to improve mental health. Meditation is one of them, which is an … Read more

An Argument on Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) as Fictitious

Abstract This essay contends that Dissociative Identity Disorder, or DID, is fictitious. It first analyzes historical trends from the eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth centuries, demonstrating the influence of sensationalism on this condition. In the following section, the essay utilizes credible articles and quotes from a variety of knowledgeable individuals to maintain that the accepted source … Read more

Yoga and Stress

Hypothalamus has the vital role in stressful condition. When stress is encountered, the hypothalamus carries out four specific functions, first, it activates autonomic nervous system; second, it releases the corticotrophin releasing factor (CRF) which in turn stimulates the secretion of adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH) from anterior pituitary gland; third, it produces anti-diuretic hormone (ADH) or vasopressin; … Read more

The potential of music therapy

The healing influence of music was talked about and proved from long ago. Nowadays, the research done in the field of music therapy show the benefits obtained with the help of the new measuring instruments or new discoveries in neuroscience. Researchers mainly focus on quantifying changes in individual behaviors, providing evidence that music therapy is … Read more

Mental Illness In "Yellow Wallpaper" By Charlotte Perkins Gilman

‘Yellow Wallpaper’ by Charlotte Perkins Gilman Mental illness is an issue that is all too familiar. However, it is perturbing that a significant section of the society still experiences difficulty in accepting mental conditions. Mental illness currently represents a significant proportion of the global disease burden and is considered by physicians to be a common … Read more

Comparison and Contrast Analysis of Bulimia, Anorexia, and Eating Disorder

Eating disorders can be classified by either bulimia nervosa or anorexia nervosa. These psychopathologies, although sharing some similar characteristics, contrast in many ways. While both bulimia nervosa and anorexia nervosa are both highly dangerous disorders, anorexia nervosa is the most life threatening. This psychopathology has the highest morality rate of all mental health disorders. Anorexia … Read more

How to start with Mindfulness Meditation

Maintaining every perception of a situation like bodily sensations, thought, fondness and surrounding ambience is nothing but Mindfulness. Mindfulness involves acceptance of bodily sensations, fondness; means that attention is paid irrespective of judging them or believing them. Mindfulness is an uncomplicated word. It simply suggests that the mind is fully concentrating to what is happening … Read more

Looking At The Character Of The Trapped Protagonist In Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid Tale And Sarah Kane’s Play 4:48

In Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale and Sarah Kane’s 4:48 psychosis, both protagonists are trapped in way in which they cannot be heard, so instead monologue internally in the form of the writings they lead as opposed to simply addressing an audience. Throughout this analysis, the protagonist of 4:48 psychosis will be referred to as … Read more