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  1. Salam everyone, There are little gems spread all over Nahjul Balagha for improving our emotional intelligence and achieving success in life. Here is one from the short sayings at the end: Success is the result of foresight and resolution, foresight depends upon deep thinking and planning and the most important factor of planning is to keep your secrets to yourself- Imam Ali(as). Professor Peter Gollwitzer is a professor of psychology at NYU. His research covers areas like social psychology, neuropsychology and cognition and is mainly focused on how goals and plans affect cognit
  2. For many years, I have been confused by the treatment of married women by society and their husbands. Before marriage, girls are literally treated like princesses, and as soon as they get married, they lose their value in the eyes of society, to me it looks like they are treated like slaves. Most of the men seem to hate their wives, it's one thing to not love your wife, but most of men hate their wives, and I couldn't understand why. Then I read about Madonna-[Edited Out] complex and a light bulb went off in my head. From Wikipedia: "Freud argued that the Madonna–[Edited Out] complex was
  3. In a previous thread I discussed the fact that women are more empathetic than men, and that this difference is innate, and not due to socialisation, patriarchy etc. My goal here is to see to what extent traditional gender roles are justified by innate differences between the sexes. Feminists want to abolish traditional gender roles, and view them as inherently oppressive, and one way they try and do this is by denying real differences between the sexes. Traditional gender roles have men as the providers, and women as the carers and nurturers. Note that you can champion traditional gend
  4. Traditionally, differences in gender roles between men and women have been justified by actual innate difference between men and women. For example, in justifying the gender roles of carer for women, and provider for men, people may say that women are psychologically and emotionally better suited to stay at home and look after the children, whereas men are better suited to go out and work. In their attempt to undermine traditional gender roles, feminists have downplayed the actual difference between men and women, and claimed that either they don't exist, or where they do exist they ar
  5. Why is belief in God so widespread? The Islamic answer is that it's because mankind has a God-given fitra, or innate tendency to believe in God. This wasn't the answer atheists typically gave. For Marx, religion was something propagated by the oppressive ruling class, to control the masses, 'the opium of the people'. The 19th century anthropologist Tyler explained religion as a primitive attempt to explain life and death. For Freud, religion was a means to control the Oedipal complex, wish fulfillment, and means to control the outside world. For sociologist Rodney Stark, religious beliefs
  6. Salam alaykum i pray you are all well. I would like to know if there are any members on here with experience in clinical psychology or mental health. I am currently finishing up a ba in psychology and I'm not sure whether I should go for clinical psychology or mental health for my masters. I am also very passionate about something related to a health career - like nursing. So I was wondering if I should do my masters in either of these and then go for a health one? I don't have all of the classes required for that but I have about half so I would need to take those first as well. What do
  7. Assalam o Alaikum Ya Ali as Madad Dear Brothers and Sisters Recently I have got interest in reading books and I also want to improve my English as well so suggest me some books of english literature : I am not interested in now a days modern concept of liberalism...I am more interested in fictional stories , drama ,inspiration and motivational books, Success and failure etc etc 2) I don't know why but I have also got interest to understand human to know human psycho So I need some books on psychology as well P.s: I don't know what is the Islamic view on study h
  8. Al Salamu Alaikum, I'm 16 years old, I'm a foreigner, my problem is stupid, others have it worse - but I am struggling and I don't have anyone that can help me. A few years back, when I was around 12/13 years old, I found myself barely eating anything and when I did I'd vomit it. I always felt like a stranger, and I'd look at the people around me and see that they were capable of enjoying food, cable of not counting calories, of not breaking down at the sight of their reflection, of not starving to feel happy, of not crying all day, and of socialising. So, in an effort to be 'normal'
  9. British Medical Journal (BMJ) Abstract: Objectives To assess the risk of on-screen death of important characters in children’s animated films versus dramatic films for adults. Design Kaplan-Meier survival analysis with Cox regression comparing time to first on-screen death. Setting Authors’ television screens, with and without popcorn. Participants Important characters in 45 top grossing children’s animated films and a comparison group of 90 top grossing dramatic films for adults. Main outcome measures Time to first on-screen death. Results Important characters in
  10. The central paradigm of contemporary psychology and neuroscience is that the mind = the brain. This is taken for granted, but why believe it? The main reason that is given is that changes in the brain seem to correlate with changes in the mind,e.g. put someone in an fMRI scanner and ask them to think about certain things, and parts of the brain 'light up' on the fMRI image. Damage to the brain can cause damage to the mind, e.g. multiple strokes can lead to vascular dementia involving memory loss and personality changes. All this shows an intimate correlation between the brain and the m
  11. One of the reasons why people are not always able to translate their intentions into actions is that they haven't made a precise plan as to when, where and how they will implement their intention. For example, I may intend or be motivated to eat extra fruit and vegetables, but if i don't make a plan as to how to do so in advance, I will be less likely to carry out my intended behaviour. A strategy that can bridge the gap between motivation/intention (pre-doing) and behaviour (doing) is the Implementation Intention (II) in the form of 'If-then' plans. You link the 'If' (a situational cue) with
  12. Salaam, i have always been fascinated by the human mind, and would love to pursue a degree in psychology. Unfortunately, since i reside in a 3rd world country, going to study abroad isn't an option due to the financial constraint. I have been searching for viable online options, but to my dismay most of the ones i have found are also quite expensive for foreign students. I was wondering if anyone here knows any online bachelor degree courses for psychology that are affordable.
  13. I work as a professional tutor, so if anyone is stuck on a question or two, you can post here. If you have something really long, I can offer help for a fee. I've sent detailed homework solutions to my students via kik before, and i can also help with online homework in Psychology, Algebra, Physics, English, and Chemistry.
  14. Salam. Is psychology mentioned in Islam ? I know the term came way way later, but is this form of science hinted ? I mean, has it been reference in Quran or hadiths about talking or listening to problems of others (what a psychiatrist does) ?
  15. Baji

    Derren Brown

    Brilliant and interesting man. Uses words and body language in an interesting way to control/change the minds of people. Its interesting to watch. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jTwCMX5sUQU http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S-VEdzz3ixA
  16. (bismillah) (salam) respected brothers and sisters. I have been testing for some time the psychology of 'rock-paper-scissors'. I'm sure everyone's familiar with this game. I have tested it with family members to be exact, from young to old. The game is simple: You and the other party say that whoever loses will perform x. It gets interesting in the part of problems which we face and which we see as difficult: washing the dishes choosing which program to watch (American or something from home-country) choosing which game to play (Fifa or Halo) where to go on vacation (within the selected budge
  17. Dean Radin has made a useful webpage with links to papers on psi. He has included papers that haven't demonstrated significant results. http://www.deanradin...ce/evidence.htm If you are new to the subject, then this Google Tech Talk is a good introduction:
  18. Belief in God Can Improve Mental Health Outcomes A new study suggests belief in God may significantly improve the outcome of those receiving short-term treatment for psychiatric illness. Researchers followed patients receiving care from a hospital-based behavioral health program to investigate the relationship between patients’ level of belief in God, expectations for treatment and actual treatment outcomes. In the study, published in the current issue of Journal of Affective Disorders, researchers comment that people with a moderate to high level of belief in a higher power do significantly b
  19. Our Level 3 course supports the counselling skills taught in Level 2 by providing a detailed theoretical model for Islamic Counselling. It enables the trainee to gain a clear framework of the self and self-development in which to apply the skills of Islamic Counselling to clients. It is also accredited into the National Qualifications Framework and carries university credits. by the Office of the Qualifications & Examinations Regulator (Ofqual): accreditation number 100/4905/8 and formally supported by Skills for Health (the Sector Skills Council for the UK health sector). 16 days. Admissi
  20. Thank you in advance for your input. By no means am I trying to degrade any religion. Please answer honestly.
  21. Dealing with Anxiety: Imam Jafar as Sadiq (a) has said in Lantern of the Path/Misbah ash Shariah "Affliction is an adornment for the believer and a mark of honour for the man of intellect, because facing it directly needs steadfastness and firm-footedness, both of which confirm belief. The Holy Prophet said, 'We, the company of the prophets, are the people who have the hardest trials, then after us come the believers, then the others like them.' Whoever tastes the food of affliction while under Allah's protection enjoys it more than he enjoys Allah's blessing. He yearns for it when it is not t
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