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    Eye Reading (Body Language)

    ... creative thoughts, and this is often interpreted as a potential sign that someone may be being deceitful in some situations, i.e. creating a version of events. Note: if a person is left handed, the direction indicators may be reversed. Summa

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    Body Language and How to Read It

    ... they're thoughts - What you can read into the way someone walks - How to give the perfect handshake ... and more. 2 Thousands of satisfied customers Psychologist World's network of

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    Unconscious Ideas and Emotions

    ...ue on our thoughts and ideas. Now an unconscious idea has two values : it is good or it is bad. The good value is supported by the pleasant feeling, the bad value by the unpleasant feeling. This division leads to two choices. One choice gives rise

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    How to Interpret Your Dreams

    ...conscious thoughts of patient in order to reveal the problems in their lives that they didn't actually realise existed. 2 “Dreams...are not meaningless...they are a completel

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    Headaches

    ...e unusual thoughts or experiences. In these cases it is especially important to obtain a correct diagnosis. Many people with these experiences are accidentally diagnosed with conditions such as psychosis or even schizophrenia and given

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    Introduction to Body Language

    ...your own thoughts and feelings to make any attempt at conversation. Miscommunication happens all the time - when the actions and words of the communicator don't match; that's why it's essential that anyone who wants to become an effective commu

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    Radical Behaviorism

    ...tterns of thoughts, obsessive preoccupations, or the manifest content of one's dreams , Behaviorism looks only at the "observable" phenomenon of outward behavior. It is believed that this emphasis lends psychology an "experimental"

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    Rat Man: A Case of 'Obsessional Neurosis'

    Case study of Sigmund Freud's client Rat Man (Ernst Lanzer), whose obsessive thoughts helped Freud to develop his theories.

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    Hate Emotion

    ...structive thoughts (but at a lesser intensity than paranoia). Antithetical thoughts, when directed to other people, represent pride ; when directed to oneself, represent guilt. [¹]. At a much lesser intensity of denigration, criticisms of oth

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