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Book Review: Late, Late At Night: A Memoir

Late, Late At Night: A Memoir, by Rick Springfield There is a common thread that runs through the lives of many people involved in entertainment and creative arts in general, and that is a certain relationship with the darkness. In … Continue reading

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Encounter At Isla Uvita: Part Two

Admittedly, this is a strange post to be the first thing we hear about dinosaurs, but it suggests that those who created dinosaurs wanted to have an audience that they knew to be friendly. And though he did not know … Continue reading

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Book Review: Reigniting The Spark

Reigniting The Spark: Why Stable Relationships Lose Intimacy, And How To Get It Back, by Dr. Bruce Chalmer [Note: This book was provided free of charge by TCK Publishing in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are … Continue reading

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On Predator And Prey Instincts

We had a sermonette yesterday given by one of the deacons in our congregation, and it dealt with a subject that I have long pondered in one form or another. There are essentially three types of instincts that one can … Continue reading

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Your Customers Don’t Want To Change

One of the most fundamental forces in the behavior of people in all aspects of their life is their resistance and hostility to change. By and large, I do not consider this necessarily a bad thing. To be sure, there … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Student’s Guide To Psychology

A Student’s Guide To Psychology, by Daniel N. Robinson This book, as is not uncommon in this series [1], this book took a familiar subject and decided to approach it from an angle that I did not really foresee, and … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Psychology Of Love

The Psychology Of Love, edited by Robert J. Sternberg & Michael L. Barnes The psychology of love is one of the less clearly defined areas of psychology, a field in general that suffers from a wide gulf between its objective … Continue reading

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Book Review: Psychologists Defying The Crowd

Psychologists Defying The Crowd:  Stories Of Those Who Battled The Establishment And Won, edited by Robert J. Sternberg This book is a bit less than 300 pages and contains a variety of psychologists writing about their own personal lives and … Continue reading

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Book Review: Thinking Styles

Thinking Styles, by Robert J. Sternberg As someone who has some familiarity with the author’s work [1], it is not surprising that the author fancies himself to be a creative person who is liberal in thinking and loves new ideas.  … Continue reading

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Book Review: Mental Epidemics

Mental Epidemics:  Two Lectures, by J. S. Gilmore It should be remembered in times of great concern about physical health that humanity is not only prey to epidemics resulting from viruses and bacteria and the like, but also mental epidemics … Continue reading

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