Distinction-the product of intellect

Introduction. Distinction-the product of intellect, occurs in relation to conscientious aspects, mental faculties, and physical motive or involuntary activity. The word distinct is an adjective and it means easily heard, seen, or understood the things that are the concern of an individual. It is plain or clearly marked characteristics of behavior. The origìn of the […]

Proprium

Proprium is the aspects of personality forming the integrated unity that constitutes the individual’s uniqueness and sense of individuality. It is to be noted that each and every individual is unique and has the potentials to blossom. Unique trait that means a personality trait found only in a single individual. It is a trait that […]

Propensity of evaluation

Sometimes, the individual cannot stop oneself from doing something, saying exactly what is meant to be a sign of something, or getting into trouble due in course to something. It is called propensity, a strong, persistent tendency toward a certain type of action that cannot be coņtrolled easily or that arises on the pretext of […]

Role of attitude in behavior

Attitude is a way of feeling, thinking or behaving as the individual mind functions due to that and initiate behavior. Attitude typically imply a tendency to classify or categorize. Thus, one with a favorable attitude toward the Democratic party is likely to react favorably to all democrats disregarding their unique characteristics as individuals. Similarly, if […]

Essential elements of liberation

Introduction Liberation that means liberate the mind from prejudice or set free oneself from injury that may or does arise from some action or judgement. The essential elements of liberation are as under: Duty Meaning Work Liberation Prejudice, meaning thereby, opinion-like or dislike, formed before one has adequate knowledge or experience, may cause injury to […]

An insight into problem (A query to one`s mind)

Introduction Image credit: Wikimedia.org Insight is in problem-solving and learning situations, a sudden solution characterized by high understanding, good retention, and high transfer. It is a novel solution not based on previous experience. In psychotherapy, the illumination, or bringing to awareness, of motives, relationships, feelings, impulses etc., that had previously been poorly understood or about which […]

Static sense

Introduction Static sense is the sense of head orientation and body movement. The sense organs consist of hair cells in the vestibule of the inner ear and in the semicircular canals. Synonym of static sense is vestibular sense, labyrinthine sense, or sense of equilibrium. Vestibular that is pertaining to the vestibule or sensations mediated by […]