psychology Category

I’ve Only Myself To Blame.

How Do You Set Time Goals? There are hundreds of books I want to read and Lots to study, but I never seem to have the time. This is what I tell myself anyway, but the truth of the matter is, I have plenty of time, I just don’t know how to use it properly. […]

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Deduction: Part 2

Holy shit! So this book isn’t much better, spelling, grammar, and just bad writing in general… This reeks of self publishing, and clearly nobody read this book before it was published. No peer review, just some dude who has read Sherlock Holmes, and watched the shows and movies and thinks, “I can do that. But […]

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Deduction: Part 1.

The Deduction Guide; “The world is full of obvious things which nobody by any chance ever observes.“ – Arthur Conan Doyle. Page 4; Deduction and Induction? Deduction is a process of reasoning that with a known truth that is then applied to a specific case. Induction is using observations and evidence to infer a specific […]

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Forensic Psychology – Week 1

WEEK 1: INTRODUCTION TO EYEWITNESS PSYCHOLOGY. It’s actually quite disturbing just how wrong someone can be about who they “think” they saw. Even if they made a conscious decision to pay as much attention as they can while they are being raped. In the end, in a line up you’re most likely going to chose […]

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Online Studies.

So there I was just scrolling through my Twitter feed and I see an advertisement from something called FutureLearn (Part of the Open University). Now usually I swiftly click Dismiss on adverts in my feed because they are usually things I have no interest in, but this one caught my attention, the image was your […]

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Original 1812 Hansel and Gretel by The Brothers Grimm.

I read earlier the original 1812 Hansel and Gretel by The Brothers Grimm. I hadn’t heard this story for a long time, since I was a kid and most likely in nursery or primary school, either way I was very young. Now the Witch in the _”little house made of bread with cake for a […]

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Eight-Six-Twenty-Fifteen | Blog

So today I woke up quite early but simply refused to get out of bed as I have nowhere to get to in such a hurry. Yes, I just lay there until near ten thinking about all them cappuccino fuelled techno-zombies rushing themselves to retirement. And after my morning cuppa tea and episode nine of […]

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Today. I Wrighted Stuff.

┬áSo i was supposed to do the writing yesterday, but i kinda go distracted by the television. I’m watching Criminal Minds. Again. But today, i got a hold of myself and started. I continued with chapter two, right where i left off. I think the reason i didn’t get to it sooner was because i […]

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That Moment When.

You tell someone who doesn’t really seem that interested in talking to you anyway that you want to study Criminal and Forensic Psychology, and the first things they ask is “How much will it cost?” and you say, “A lot“, then mention that you’d need to get a student loan to do. And they reply […]

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You Freakin’ Psycho.

So today i finished up my notes of the foundation of Psychology course i did over the last month. I went back over everything and basically rewrote all my notes to be more detailed, so i didn’t have to look over the course stuff again later on. Next i start reading all my book on […]

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