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Social psychology articles, cognitive psychology articles, leadership articles, articles on relationships, psychology articles on dreams, psychology articles on memory, psychology articles on personality, psychology questions, psychology findings, psychology concepts, social psychology concepts, and articles on psychology topics and social psychology topics may be very interesting.

A primary purpose of this website is educational:  to provide interesting and important information and research findings on human behavior, feeling, and thinking.  There are interesting psychology articles concerning a number of interesting psychology topics and psychology concepts (including basic psychology concepts).  Some of the concepts in psychology include classical conditioning, observational learning, semantic memory, the availability heuristic, and the decay theory of forgetting.  Some of the social psychology concepts include the fundamental attribution error, altruism, and loneliness. 

When reading about research findings, it is important to know the difference between
correlation and causation, and the difference between a correlational study and an experiment.  Also, it is important to know the research limitations for different types of research methods.   Also, when reading about a personality test, it is important to have an understanding of construct validity.

This website also has some information about possible
solutions to some important problems, practical ideas, writing papers, cover letter writing, thesis writing, and research ideas

Some of the problems in the
Solutions section included unmotivated students, a lack of motivation at work, and a lack of meaning at work.

The
Psychology and Society Timeline section has a brief psychology timeline that contains a description of some events that might be important for society.  There is also some information on some psychological books.

The
Personality section has information on personality theories and personality research findings.

The
Memory section has information on memory concepts and memory research findings.

The
Dreams section has information concerning the psychology of dreams, the meaning of dreams, and dream research findings.
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One important question concerns how to find meaning in life, work, and adversity.  My book, Finding Meaning, (third edition) contains ideas about finding meaning in life, adversity, and work.  I describe seven possible sources of finding meaning in life.  These are authenticity, creativity, continuity, wholeness, coherence, purpose, and connnectedness.
FEATURED ARTICLES:
Freud's Defense Mechanisms
Management Humor:  Is Supervisor Humor Associated with Job Satisfaction?
Remembering Names:  The Celebrity Name Technique
Color Psychology:  Can Seeing Green Increase Creativity?
Can Including Extracurricular Activities Make a Resume More Persuasive?
Does the Type of Bills You Have Influence Your Willingness to Buy a Product?
Are Words Judged More Positively with a Larger Font Size?
Can Having More Knowledge About a Person Lead to Less Liking?
Is a Spouse's Perceived Humor Creation Associated with a More Positive Attitude Toward Marriage?
Can Money Buy Happiness?:   Are Lottery Winners Any Happier in the Long Run?
Happiness Psychology:  Is Social Interest Associated with Happiness?
Education Humor:  Can Funny Lectures Foster Learning?
Can Time Management Training Influence Perceived Control of Time, Perceived Stress, and Job Performance?
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Characteristics of a Good Person
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