My mind, my thoughts, my words

Linguistics

Coming to an end of my education (for now), I figured why not share my revision notes. Apologies for any spelling mistakes etc. Feel free to make a little donation … Continue reading

28/03/2014 · 1 Comment

Why do we torture ourselves?

Women are notoriously more critical about their appearance. We¬†are objectified in the media, try to live up to unachievable beauty ideals, and all this results in is dissatisfaction. But being … Continue reading

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Psychology (undergraduate level)

Coming to an end of my education (for now), I figured why not share my revision notes. Apologies for any spelling mistakes etc. Feel free to make a little donation … Continue reading

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Psychology

Coming to an end of my education (for now), I figured why not share my revision notes. Apologies for any spelling mistakes etc. Feel free to make a little donation … Continue reading

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Biology

Coming to an end of my education (for now), I figured why not share my revision notes. Apologies for any spelling mistakes etc. Feel free to make a little donation … Continue reading

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Protected: Why do people blog?

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Is nude photography art?

My father is an artist (mainly sculptor but he paints and draws too) who focuses on the human body, so I grew up with ‘that kind of art’ surrounding me. … Continue reading

22/03/2014 · 2 Comments

Flower in Dust

(an excerpt from a book I’ve been writing on turned into a short story) Goosebumps flooded her body. She was trembling. Her breath like smoke tenuously floating from her mouth. … Continue reading

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New Zealand’s City Slogans

When you travel around New Zealand you will soon notice that several places try to increase tourism through town branding. Plenty of towns try to make themselves sound appealing even … Continue reading

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Beyond ‘Normal’

Last semester I took a course called ‘Paranormal Psychology’ at university and eventually wrote an essay on whether I would consider it a pseudoscience. I just watched a ted-video by … Continue reading

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