Many think that believing in monism and not in any kind of metaphysical soul means believing in no mind at all. I am clearing up this misconception and argue that if the brain is the mind (just on a different level), psychology becomes the indirect study of the brain and neuroscience becomes the indirect study of the mind.
When it comes to issues of sexuality, whether it’s sexual satisfaction or sexual shame, the role of religion seems to have been neglected. In this post, Lena Bogdanska explores the issue.
Gender identity is a crucial process in developmental trajectories. In the case of transgender adolescents, they may face regular discrimination and limitations. Taking the perspective of Personality Psychology gives way for new arguments in favor of granting adolescents more autonomy to decide about their own identity pathways.
We rely on algorithms all the time, and assume that the underlying systems that inform the results they give are objective. But are they?
The first-ever presidency of a Black man was often conceived of as the long-awaited end of racial discrimination in the United States. In their wide-eyed optimism, many White Americans trivialized the systemic injustices that Black individuals continue to face and deemed policies in favor of racial equality no longer necessary.
Written text might yield more information than the explicit meaning of words. In fact, the choice of words and the structure of a text can be informative regarding the emotional state and personality of the author. Utilizing this information might be useful in clinical psychology. For example, what would happen if we were able to identify depressed people, just from their language style?
Sometimes we may struggle to keep pace with the speed at which technology is progressing. We may fear the unforeseeable consequences for ourselves and society. In this post, Hannah Meckling discusses causes of internet anxiety and how to transform it into internet awareness.