Category psychology

Disposophobia - Accumulation Disorder
psychology

Disposophobia - Accumulation Disorder

Generality The disposophobia is a disorder characterized by the tendency to accumulate a large quantity of objects , of every shape and nature, regardless of their value. The need to acquire - without using or throw away - these goods translates into the extreme disorder and limitation of essential activities of daily life , such as rest, nutrition, body hygiene and cleanliness of spaces

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psychology

Sport, fitness and self-esteem: learn to give yourself useful feedback

Feedback: improve When you play sports you have a natural tendency to observe yourself more to see if you improve physically or in your own performances. Often more attention prevails towards error, imperfection, skipped series, the day we did not train, the non-lost oily or the cellulite that does not disappear, rather than the one towards the results achieved: the best health, the absence of breath when you climb the stairs, the 5 series made or 10 training sessions in a row not skipped
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psychology

Sport, fitness and self-esteem: learn to give yourself useful feedback

Doing physical activity increases self-esteem in oneself, this is said, but we have all experienced that it is not always so, indeed, sometimes the comparison with others and / or with ourselves makes us feel worse. In fact, in sport, as in life, the failure to achieve certain goals triggers loops that have little to do with the original cause, and that do not positively affect our self-esteem
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psychology

Diet and gym motivation, find and support your motivation!

Watch the video X Watch the video on youtube Don't lose your motivation on the road! There are two moments during the year in which there are the peaks of enrollments in the gym: in autumn and with the beginning of the new year. These are the moments in which good intentions about our physical form reach their peak
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psychology

Resilience and Success

Article by Giuseppe Mingrone When an athlete has all the features to go ahead and not break through, what does it depend on? Many "sit", become demotivated. One of the determinants can be resilience, that is the ability to face obstacles. Being motivated is not an exceptional condition, it is a normal condition
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psychology

Arachnophobia: fear of spiders

Arachnophobia: introduction There is no specific reason, nor a founded and concrete fear, but in fact arachnophobia terrorizes a disproportionate number of people. A chilling, persistent and unjustified fear, that of spiders, so much so that it becomes - sometimes - an uncontrollable obsession, responsible for real panic attacks
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Arachnophobia - psychological therapies

Arachnophobia and interpretation If the arachnophobic in itself fears the spider, the fear can easily be turned into a real obsession when the animal is emphasized, and the phobia amplified immeasurably by the media and by popular beliefs and legends that, for them, have no foundation any. In symbolism, the spider is defined as an unpredictable, bizarre, ambivalent creature in which both good and evil reign in the same beast
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psychology

Emotional Intelligence: What is it? What is it for? I.Randi Features and Models

Generality Emotional intelligence is defined as the ability of an individual to recognize, to distinguish, to label and to manage one's own and others' emotions . The concept of emotional intelligence (IE or EI, from the English Emotional Intelligence ) is relatively recent; in fact, the first definition dates back to 1990 and was proposed by the American psychologists Peter Salovey and John D
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psychology

Lapsus Freudiano of I.Randi

Generality The Freudian slip can be defined as a sort of involuntary error caused by a psychic conflict present in the individual. In common language, the term "Freudian slip" is usually used to indicate linguistic errors committed during a conversation. In truth, in the psychoanalytic field, the meaning of "Freudian slip" is much broader and also includes the sudden lack of memory , reading errors (reading a term different from what is actually written), writing errors (writing a different word from the one you would actually like to use), listening errors and even the loss
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psychology

I.Randi's Rorschach stains

Generality The Rorschach stains represent a tool widely used in the psychodiagnostic field. More precisely, these are particular figures (ink spots) with an apparently meaningless form used to perform the so-called Rorschach test , in order to investigate the personality of an individual . The Rorschach stains are named after their creator, the Swiss psychiatrist Hermann Rorschach who made them public in 1921 through the publication of his book "Psychodiagnostik"
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Mindfulness: What it is, What to Use and How to Practice of I.Randi

Generality Mindfulness means the achievement of self-awareness and reality in the present moment and in a non-judgmental way. This awareness can be achieved by putting into practice particular meditation techniques derived from those employed in Buddhism . In other words, the practice of mindfulness sees as its main objective the achievement of a degree of maximum awareness through which the individual should reach a state of well-being
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