Psychomythology: 10 Common Myths About the Mind

The Greek philosopher, Aristotle believed the heart organ was the center of emotions. Phrenologists were convinced that bumps on the human skull correlated with cognitive ability. Misconceptions about the human mind have always existed, and many commonplace beliefs once thought to be true, would be considered laughable now. The domain of psychology in particular has…
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5 Scientific Facts About the Introvert Brain

Coined by Carl Jung in the early 20th century, the terms “introversion” and “extroversion” have gained widespread popularity thanks to the prevalence of human personality theories in online circles.  Questionnaires such as the Myers–Briggs Type Indicator or Raymond Cattell’s 16 personality factors make use of the concepts, making them well-known among those who seek to…
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