PUT GOD FIRST EVERY MORNING | Listen When You Wake Up! – Morning Motivation to Begin Your Day!

All of us will have an opportunity every day to place God somewhere He does not want to be second place He does not want to be picked third or fourth, but he said I am God and beside me there is No other and so I have made up in my mind even though it might not be flashy […]


Welfare of young athletes important

They enroll at your school? Yes perhaps they should enroll! If they’re a sporting prodigy then perhaps they should head over to your school so you can put an education programme in place to help them achieve success. That’s all time we have for today but it was great listening to what you had to say. Thank you.


22 Psychology TricKs That WORK On ANYone!

22 Psychology Tricks That Work On Anyone! 22. “Ben Franklin Effect” This psychology trick for getting someone to like you is dubbed the “Ben Franklin Effect.” It stems from a story about Franklin using this technique to get a difficult political rival to warm up to him. Franklin knew he needed his rival’s alliance in the near future, so he […]


Lec 8 | MIT 9.00SC Introduction to Psychology, Spring 2011

The following content is provided under a Creative Commons license. Your support will help MIT OpenCourseWare continue to offer high quality educational resources for free. To make a donation or view additional materials from hundreds of MIT courses, visit MIT OpenCourseWare at ocw.mit.edu. PROFESSOR: Last time, we talked about attention and the idea that attention has got some properties. We’re […]


Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome. How Is It Different From PTSD? | AJ+ Opinion

Post-traumatic slave syndrome is an explanatory theory that really looks at multigenerational trauma. One of the things that’s difficult for people is their first response is, “Oh my god, that happened so long ago.” We’re talking about people being captured, shipped, sold, beaten, raped, experimented on, and then, you have to ask the question, “Did the trauma continue?” Yes. So […]

‘Tis The Season for Snuggles: The Psychology of Cuffing Season

[♪ INTRO] It’s chilly out, which means it’s time to cuddle! No, I mean it. We’re in the thick of what’s known as cuffing season. It’s the time of year when we’re more likely to want to settle down with a romantic partner …at least for a little while. It runs from approximately October through February for those of us […]