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'Issız Adam' Movie Analysis

The movie Issız Adam, directed by Çağan Irmak and released in 2008, has been the...

DISSOCIATIVE DISORDERS

Dissociation, while literally expressing separation/detachment, is defined in psychological...

JONAH COMPLEX

The Jonah Complex is named after the concept of ‘self-sabotage‘, which arose from...

Prejudice and Stereotypes: The Effect of Collective Perceptions...

Prejudices and stereotypes appear among the hazy concepts that humanity encounters...

THE BRAIN CAN CHANGE: THE TRIANGLE OF NEUROPLASTICITY,...

Neuroplasticity or brain plasticity is the ability of the brain to change and adapt...

VERONIKA DECIDES TO DIE

The book, written by Paulo Coelho, begins with the main character Veronica getting...

MELANIE KLEIN (1882-1960)

Melanie Klein is a high school graduate Viennese psychoanalyst who analyzed her...

ATTACHMENT-BASED PLAY THERAPY: THERAPLAY

Theraplay is a structured game therapy approach based on attachment and interaction....

PHYSICAL SYMPTOM DISORDER/SOMATIZATION DISORDER

In our lives, sometimes we all worry about our physical health. In some periods,...

WOUNDS AT THE HEART OF SOCIETY: THE PROFOUND EFFECTS OF...

Wars are events that lead to quite complex effects that deeply affect people and...

SOLUTION-ORIENTED APPROACH

Solution-oriented therapy is defined as a future-oriented, goal-oriented, solution-oriented...

BIPOLAR DISORDERS

Bipolar disorder is included in the category of mood disorders. In the previous...

SCHEMES AND THE SHACKLES OF TODAY PAST

Schemas are stereotyped thoughts about ourselves and our environment, developing...

JEAN PIAGET

Jean Piaget was born in August 1896 in Neuchatel, Switzerland. He wrote his first...