Subjective validation, sometimes called personal validation effect, is a cognitive bias by which a person will consider a statement or another piece of information to be correct if it has any personal meaning
Are you listening to your heart? Everyone faces challenges whether it’s in school, work, or their personal lives but it’s your heart that has the answers. Yes, some push those answers away in the hopes of fantastical outcomes, but those rarely become a reality.
A few years earlier, in 1973, John Lee had identified six love styles. 1. Agape Agape refers to altruistic, selfless love. Agapic lovers like to give more than to receive. They are forgiving, patient, faithful, and are willing to make sacrifices for their partner. This type of love is very rare and is most likely to be experienced as a parent
Persuasion is a rational or emotional appeal to influence someone to adopt a certain idea, behaviour or attitude.
We are most likely to attribute a certain behavior of others as their internal personality trait (mostly negative) and often underestimate the influence that external factors, such as situational influences, have on another person's behavior. And when the finger is pointing at us, we attribute the same behavior at the external event unconsciously for the sole purpose of protecting our self esteem. This is the fundamental error that we make when trying to ascribe a meaning to someone's behavior or a cause of an event.
Simply, a person who engages in serious self-education, studying subjects deeply on his/her own time, in his/her own way.
Social psychology is the scientific study of how people's thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are influenced by the actual, imagined, or implied presence of others. In this definition, scientific refers to the empirical method of investigation.