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Dream Psychology - FULL Audio Book - by Sigmund Freud. Ernest Hartmann M.D.- Dreaming Boundaries Nightmares. Process, Structure, and Form - an evolutionary, transpersonal psychology of consciousness. Jungian Archetypes. Gestalt Learning Theory Overview. Gestalt Learning Theory Gestalt became one of the main theories of learning.

Gestalt Learning Theory Overview

The three main Gestalt theorists (Wertheimer, Kohler, and Koffka) were all Germans, and received their training and did their early work in Germany, but all three ended their careers in the US. The term "Gestalt" was coined by Graf Christian von Ehrenfels. His ideas influenced the trio of theorists. Gestalt was a holistic approach and rejected the mechanistic perspectives of the stimulus - response models. A "Gestalt" is an integrated whole system with it's parts enmeshed. The "PHI" phenomenon described a characteristic of things wherein they have a recognizability inherent in their nature. "Phenomenology" is the acceptance of first hand experience as it is found in human consciousness. Gestalt Learning Theory proposed several laws of organization, which are innate ways that human beings organized perceptions.

The Factor of Closure suggests that perception tends to complete incomplete objects. Nonmonogamy2.5.1.gif 1 600×1 186 pixels. Rubber Band Vignette. Visual Demonstrations and Introduction to Perceptual Control Theory. How to Build Self-Discipline. Discipline is freedom.

How to Build Self-Discipline

You may disagree with this statement, and if you do you are certainly not alone. For many people discipline is a dirty word that is equated with the absence of freedom. In fact the opposite is true. As Stephen R. Covey once wrote, “the undisciplined are slaves to moods, appetites and passions”. Self-discipline involves acting according to what you think instead of how you feel in the moment. Work on an idea or project after the initial rush of enthusiasm has faded awayGo to the gym when all you want to do is lie on the couch and watch TVWake early to work on yourselfSay “no” when tempted to break your dietOnly check your email a few of times per day at particular times In the past self-discipline has been a weakness of mine, and as a result today I find myself lacking the ability to do a number of things which I would like – e.g. to play the guitar. If you struggle with self-discipline, the good news is that it can be developed. How to Fight Information Overload.

Information overload is a creature that has been growing on the Internet’s back since its beginnings.

How to Fight Information Overload

The bigger the Internet gets, the more information there is. The more quality information we see, the more we want to consume it. The more we want to consume it, the more overloaded we feel. This has to stop somewhere. And it can. As the year comes to a close, there’s no time like the present to make the overloading stop. What you need to do is focus on these 4 steps: Set your goals.Decide whether you really need the information.Consume only the minimal effective dose.Don’t procrastinate by consuming too much information. But before I explain exactly what I mean, let’s discuss information overload in general. The Complete Guide to Not Giving a Fuck. Ok, I have a confession to make.

The Complete Guide to Not Giving a Fuck

I have spent almost my whole life– 31 years– caring far too much about offending people, worrying if I’m cool enough for them, or asking myself if they are judging me. I can’t take it anymore. It’s stupid, and it’s not good for my well being. It has made me a punching bag– a flighty, nervous wuss. But worse than that, it has made me someone who doesn’t take a stand for anything. Today, ladies and gentlemen, is different. We’re going to talk about the cure. Do you wonder if someone is talking shit about you? Well, it’s time you started not giving a fuck. FACT NUMBER 1. Yes, it’s really happening right at this moment. What people truly respect is when you draw the line and say “you will go no further.” Hypostatic model of personality. Matryoshka dolls provide a visual representation of the multiplicity and complexity of personality.

Hypostatic model of personality

The work on subpersonalities was summarized by John Rowan in 1990.[2] The term hypostatic model was used by Codrin Tapu in 2001.[3] The model describes personality aspects and dimensions, as well as intra- and interpersonal relations. Not the person whole and alone, nor the relationship, but the relation between parts of person(s) is held as a central element that promotes both personal and social organization and disorganization. Personality is viewed as both an agency and a construction, along with its development and psychopathology, as the model is accompanied by specific methods of assessment and therapy, addressing each of the personality dimensions.

Historical background[edit] Origins and terminology[edit] Hypostatic abstraction Variants and evolution: selves and dimensions[edit] Selves according to William James Towards a contemporary integration[edit] What a shrink thinks. Nlp-techniques. About AEDP Video - AEDP Institute.