Introduction While middle childhood development usually refers to growth before puberty throughout the early school years, adolescence refers to puberty as an unavoidable biological shift during that period. These growth phases fine-tune the progressive modification of psychological, physical, and social methods that educate anybody throughout a lifetime. However, the early to middle stages of adulthood
A psychological disorder is a behavioral or mental condition that affects a person’s emotions, the way they think and behave to an extent where they are in constant distress and unable to function normally in society and perform their day-to-day tasks. The symptoms vary from one person to another and can range in severity. Some
Stress is a terminology that has not been defined by any field of research; its contextual basis provides the real meaning for it. (Kemeny, 2003) It has various effects, physiologically and psychologically on the individual under stress. However, different stressors, cognitive appraisals and physiological factors combined as a whole have an impact on the way
Emotion-related Theories Existential Therapy The existential theory was developed in a period in history when people had queries about their existence. It was initiated by Soren Kierkegaard (1813-1855). Kierkegaard approach was from an inner wisdom. He reasoned that one should live on his/her terms. A person ought to find the meaning of their lives on
Introduction Lifespan development theories focus on understanding the development of human beings from infancy to adulthood. All theories revolve under the same idea that human development occurs in phases. Although most theorists agree on this aspect of human development, they are divided into two groups. The first group argue that lifespan development is not a
Population density and noise have a tendency to disrupt the peaceful human existence in virtually all habitats (Clayton & Myers, 2009). This is primarily because of the likelihood of chaotic scenarios erupting in overcrowded localities (population density), as legal owners would be reacting due to infringement of privacy, territoriality, and personal space. Noise, on the
Introduction Child abuse is physical maltreatment of child where by a child is subjected to conditions that affect the body in several ways by an elderly person or sexual molestation of a child as the child is forced to engage in sexual activities that are far much beyond his or her age. According to Stoltenborgh
Introduction Nature refers to the simple characteristic features and abilities of something or someone as nurture implies to care for something or someone or and look after them as they are develop. This paper therefore looks into the difference between nature and nurture, According to Mabelle (2009), Nature refers to the set abilities that are
1) What is memory? Memory is the ability to encode, store, retain and recall information pertaining to past experiences. Memory is crucial because it enhances the learning process, and enhances the adaptation to the past experiences. This enables people to survive in various environments. In fact, memory enables people to relate better to the environment
Introduction The Consumer-Brand relationship is a phenomenon in the modern times. People have an emotional attachment to brands because of the identity and hype associated with diverse brands. The brand gives a person an identity given that people acquire a brand use it, like it and introduce other members of society to the brand based