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What Is DSM

DSM

    The Diagnostic And Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) is a diagnostic manual used by clinicians and psychiatrists to diagnose mental disorders in the United… Read More »DSM

    What Is Consumerism

    Consumerism

      Consumerism is considered to be a very significant aspect of today’s world as everything in an individual’s life revolves around the consumption of goods and… Read More »Consumerism

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      Childhood

        Childhood is the initial part of the life cycle of humans that ranges between birth and adolescence. Childhood is an essential and fundamental part of… Read More »Childhood

        Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

        Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

          Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a type of psychotherapy that helps people identify and change disturbing thought and behavior patterns.

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          Cognitive Bias

            Cognitive bias is a shortcoming of an individual’s reasoning abilities about the world around them that leads to misinterpretation of information and an absence of… Read More »Cognitive Bias

            Burnout

            Burnout

              Burnout refers to a feeling or state of excessive tiredness caused by long-term stress. It may often occur due to working too hard and can… Read More »Burnout

              Body Image

              Body Image

                Body image (BI) refers to the condition that determines how an individual sees his/her own body and how attractive they feel of themselves. Many people… Read More »Body Image

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                Asexuality

                  Asexuality refers to a sexual orientation that can be characterized by a lack of sexual attraction to others or little to no interest in sexual… Read More »Asexuality

                  Anthropomorphism

                  Anthropomorphism

                    Anthropomorphism is the phenomenon of attributing human emotions or behavior to non-human entities, including animals. It is a very common way of interacting or communicating… Read More »Anthropomorphism

                    What Is Agreeableness

                    Agreeableness

                      Agreeableness is one of the big five personality traits that consists of behavioral characteristics that include being kind, cooperative, warm, considerate, and empathetic. This trait… Read More »Agreeableness

                      Alcoholism

                      Alcoholism

                        Alcoholism or Alcohol abuse is a condition wherein the individual becomes addicted to alcohol despite being aware of the negative consequences. Overview Of Alcoholism Alcoholism… Read More »Alcoholism

                        Aging

                        Aging

                          Aging is a normal process that involves dynamic biological, physiological, and behavioral changes through the lapse of time. What Is Aging? Aging is a normal… Read More »Aging

                          Withdrawal

                          Withdrawal

                            Withdrawal refers to the constellation of physical and mental symptoms people experience after the sudden stoppage of prolonged and heavy substance use, such as alcohol… Read More »Withdrawal