WHY POOR PEOPLE HAVE THE HIGHEST RATE FOR SUCCESS

May sound crazy, but poor people are more successful than rich born people and here is why. Rich born people don’t really value the money they have, they think it will always be there, but poor people know how hard it is to don’t have food or to be unable to pay your monthly bills. … Continue reading WHY POOR PEOPLE HAVE THE HIGHEST RATE FOR SUCCESS

BIG NEWS!!!

I just created my Youtube channel Ally's Lessons! 🙂 I know some people like to read blog posts, but some prefer to listen and this is why I decide to create my Youtube channel, to help more people. Is not a typical vlog channel. I don't show my face in the videos, so you won't … Continue reading BIG NEWS!!!

THE IMPACT THE FAMILY HAVE ON A CHILD

Many people don't think about this and how you, as a parent influence the child and the next adult. Very few children will break the family's bad habits. If a child sees his parents consuming more alcohol than it should, doing drugs and passing out in the living room or both parents screaming at each … Continue reading THE IMPACT THE FAMILY HAVE ON A CHILD

UNDERSTAND ANXIETY

Anxiety  An emotional state experienced as a result of felt threat to the self. Anxiety arises when EGO can’t cope too much of: demands of the ID demands of the EGO external danger In order to protect itself against anxiety and threat, EGO uses defense mechanism. EGO defense system, that may be distorting reality: Repression: … Continue reading UNDERSTAND ANXIETY

HOW WE FUNCTION

Every organ in your body is responsible for your mood and behavior

A psychological approach is a distinct way of describing, observing, understanding and predicting any given psychological phenomena. Includes assumptions about what drives human behavior, how disorders develop and treatment prescriptions.

Biological perspective

Based on the assumption of materialism (all behavior has a psychological basis):

  1. An understanding of biochemical processes will give an understanding of psychological and social phenomena.
  2. Physical structures and hereditary processes determine behavior or behavior potential.
  3. Physical/physiological interventions can alter mental processes and behavior.
  4. Root cause of abnormalities and disorders lies in biology and requires medical intervention.

diagramdiagram 2Diathesis-stress theory

Predisposition -> diathesis (including genes) and stressful environment combine together to cause abnormal behavior.

Traits are influenced by genes and by environment. Very small amounts of certain chemicals in the body can cause profound changes in behavior.

diagram 3Neurotransmitters 

The synapse of the neuron releases a special chemical called “neurotransmitters“. More than 50 neurotransmitters exist in human body.

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