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Misunderstood and Misused Psychology Terms – Part 1
Perceiving the nature of a problem accurately and labeling the psychological realities underlying it correctly are of paramount importance when providing or seeking help. The current series of articles will address some popular misconceptions and the principal reasons important psychological principles and terms are often misused or misunderstood.
“Character Matters” Second Installment Airs Tonight
Personality and Character Disorders – Part 3
There are relatively few problems that come to the attention of mental health professionals that are strictly the result of disease processes, biochemical abnormalities, extreme and unusual circumstances, or involuntary factors. Personality disturbances, and especially character issues, are often at the heart of things, although they’re rarely diagnosed.
Personality and Character Disorders: A Primer
Aftermath of a Toxic Relationship – Part Two
Manipulation and the Problem of Perspective
Evasion – Manipulation Tactic 8
How You Get Manipulated – Part 1
“Denial” Top 5 misused psychology terms – Part 1
Anyone familiar with the “jargon” of mental health professionals of all persuasions has undoubtedly heard the term denial. What you may not know is that it’s fairly common not only for professionals but also for others to use the term improperly or in a poorly defined or over-generalized manner. In classical (psychodynamic) psychology, denial is an unconscious … Continue reading “Denial” Top 5 misused psychology terms – Part 1