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The Unconscious God: Part III
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Brandon S. Heal
This writer recently got to glance inside a copy of The Oxford Handbook of Qualitative Psychology and I spent...
August 14, 2014
Ever heard of the old adage about regular people looking for perfect jobs and successful people creating them for themselves? You mi...
August 12, 2014
Here at Derivative Psychology, we try to take a novel approach to the mind, its function and maybe more exciting, its potential. It is gene...
First of all, let it be clear that I adore the field of psychology simply because it is such a young discipline. One is able to alter the lif...
May 1, 2014
We at Derivative Psychology are 'Derivators'. We're special in that we have had an idea for quite some time although I, your administrator, have...
April 18, 2014
What is having a 'sense' of adventure? Is it being open to experience in a passive sense or something more aggressive? Recently, I went on a shor...
March 31, 2014
Whether it's a pattern in the branches or coming across a particular reference over and over, symbols are the tools of the subconscious and payin...
March 25, 2014
Throughout my childhood, our family was prone to moving every few years (itchy feet, I suppose) and a large part of my identity began to form aro...
March 20, 2014
Our lives are long and full of challenges but it's how we react to those situations that decides whether or not our experience will be an incredi...
March 18, 2014
Despite what irate commenteers on social media would like you to think, some of the greatest minds have been able to accomodate both the imaginat...
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