My mind, my thoughts, my words

Two approaches, one goal

There are various different psychotherapies and I would say that they can be divided into two approaches: trying to make sense of the past, and not dealing with the past but … Continue reading

09/11/2014 · Leave a comment

The lived body

Without our bodies we wouldn’t be able to ‘act’ in the world, they allow us to experience, to express our minds, to be objects (when touching something) and subjects (when … Continue reading

22/04/2014 · Leave a comment

The hard problem

Phenomenological Psychology studies how people experience consciousness, the qualitative sensation of mental states and our awareness of the experience. Qualitative states of consciousness bring up a ‘hard’ problem – the … Continue reading

19/04/2014 · Leave a comment

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

26/03/2014 · Leave a comment

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

26/03/2014 · Leave a comment

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

13/03/2014 · Leave a comment