psychology

What a Leading Psychologist Knows About Demonic Possession

“We are not dealing here with purely material reality, but with the spiritual realm.” ~Richard Gallagher Reported cases of demonic possession are on the rise worldwide. In 2016, ABC News reported a sharp increase in exorcism, while noting that even the Pope himself was called upon to perform exorcism on behalf of the Catholic Church.…

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WaPo: “Woke Culture Is ‘Ruining The Authenticity’ Of Dating”

A Washington Post writer wondered whether the progressive obsession with “wokeness” is hurting romantic relationships and our dating culture at large in a piece published Tuesday. It’s become increasingly common for people to criticize others for their perceived biases and prejudices against minorities as more people feel it necessary to prove how socially aware they…

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Study Finds the Party Drug Ketamine Can Provide Fast Relief For Depression

Experts have long been searching for a drug that can quickly provide sustained and safe relief for people who suffer from depression. Who would have thought the answer would come in a controversial party drug? The findings of a new study add to the growing body of evidence that ketamine may be the answer those experts (and…

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Being Open-Minded Literally Changes the Way You See the World, Says New Research

According to new research, open-minded people don’t just see the world differently in an ideological sense, but in a new study entitled, ‘Seeing it both ways: Openness to experience and binocular rivalry suppression‘, psychologists have found that being high in openness can actually change visual perception. What Is Openness? Openness to experience is considered one…

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Scientific Study Reveals Telling the Truth Feels Better (Video)

On the physical level, the brain finds decency far more satisfying than deception, suggests a new study from researchers at University College London. That study involved 56 people (28 couples). While this is an encouraging finding, is it entirely accurate for society as a whole? Joe isn’t so sure, and he explains why in this…

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Experiments With Meditation Expose the Fallacy of Medicating Kids for ADHD

Experts cannot agree on a single, simple definition of attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), but do agree that it causes unfavorable behavior in educational, professional and correctional institutions. Even the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), the bible of psychiatric diagnosis, defines it using a multiple choice test for an array of behavioral symptoms, demonstrating its…

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The Political Movie Projected on the Screen of the Subconscious

This article has to do with people who pick a political side or candidate and refuse to budge an inch, no matter how much troubling evidence is presented to them. Their filter is firmly in place. They have a vague impression of a politician—but vagueness is not an indicator of weakness. In this case, vague…

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Modern Psychology Doing Its Part to Mass Produce Obedient Sheeple

Has modern psychology has become the science of disempowerment? You no longer have to be a bona fide psychiatrist to prescribe mood and mind-altering pharmaceuticals to patients young and old, as any general practitioner is now allowed to experiment on their patients in this regard. This helps to explain why some 78 million Americans are presently…

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