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The Impact of Occupational Stress on Psychological Well-Being

November 10, 2017 – 3:56 PM |

Occupational stress is one of the leading influences on our psychological well-being. It may originate from a number of causes, from work overload and insufficient pay to safety issues, unique to an individual’s working conditions …

Landing in the Vicious Circle of Abuse: The Making of a Bully

July 31, 2016 – 6:01 PM |

Ever found yourself stammering in response to a simple question asked by a professor? Felt your pulse racing merely at the prospect of delivering a presentation? Or you’ve been asked to demonstrate a physical exam …

In Focus: Impact of Corporal Punishments on a Child’s Personality Development

January 12, 2016 – 10:49 PM |

Hadi (2014) describes corporal punishment (CP) as the physical force applied on children by parents, guardians, teachers to control and discipline the child. CP includes methods such as hitting, slapping, pinching, by  using items such …

Poles of the Temperament Spectrum: A Bird’s-Eye View of Extroversion and Introversion

December 21, 2015 – 8:15 PM |

One of the basic psychological distinctions we can make regarding the personality of people is that of Extroversion or Introversion. Extroverts are typically considered as people who are stimulated by their external environment (the name gives …

The Residency Interview Saga: Tell Me About Yourself?

October 13, 2014 – 10:50 PM |

The match season is in full momentum and hence I thought to follow up from my previous blog post. Many people have started to get their interviews lined up and wonder as to how to …

Human Mind: The Greatest Mystery

August 23, 2013 – 10:00 PM |

Some time ago I was reading about personality disorders when I stumbled upon the case of William Stanley Milligan. It goes as this: During one long fall semester, the Ohio State campus lived in terror. …