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This is the End of End of the Game…

It’s been an exciting two years writing on this blog and I still can’t believe it’s had over a million views! I want to personally thank everyone for taking the time to stop past and read some of the crap I’ve … Continu...
by End of the Game on Nov 20, 2014

This is the End of End of the Game…

It’s been an exciting two years writing on this blog and I still can’t believe it’s had over a million views! I want to personally thank everyone for taking the time to stop past and read some of the crap I’ve … Continu...
by End of the Game on Nov 20, 2014

Child Development 101 – History and Theory

The last subject we covered in university before I dropped out was child development – an area of psychology overflowing with zany theories and crazy ideas (cough, Freud, cough). In all seriousness though, child development is one of the most &...
by End of the Game on Apr 15, 2014

Child Development 101 – History and Theory

The last subject we covered in university before I dropped out was child development – an area of psychology overflowing with zany theories and crazy ideas (cough, Freud, cough). In all seriousness though, child development is one of the most &...
by End of the Game on Apr 15, 2014

Cognitive Psychology: 7 Techniques for Studying the Brain

This post will be dealing with a more science oriented approach to psychology known as cognitive neuroscience, which is a  branch of psychology that involves intensive study of the brain as well as behaviour. The human brain is a lot … Continu...
by End of the Game on Aug 19, 2012

Cognitive Psychology: 7 Techniques for Studying the Brain

My head is once again buried in psychology books and lectures and this time around the focus is on cognitive psychology, so over the next few months expect to see more psychology guides popping up on the site. I will … Continue reading →...
by End of the Game on Aug 19, 2012

Jungian Psychology: Glossary of Key Concepts

Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961) was a famous Swiss psychiatrist who began his exploration of the unconscious mind while he was a pupil of Sigmund Freud in his early psychiatric years; he was well known for being the father of analytic … Continue r...
by End of the Game on Mar 13, 2012


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