Autism and Tomatis Method

Autism Autism is a developmental disorder that occurs in the first three years of human life. Autism occurs in approximately 15% of every 10,000 children born. It is four times more common in boys than girls. Autism has been seen in every racial, ethnic or social group around the world. Autism can also be evaluated … Read more


What is perfectionism? Perfectionism, in psychology, is a broad personality style characterized by a person’s concern with striving for flawlessness and perfection and is accompanied by critical self-evaluations and concerns regarding others’ evaluations What isn’t perfectionism? Perfectionists work not for a good success that can be achieved with hard work, but for the perfection that … Read more

What is the relationship between sleep and eating behavior?

It’s common knowledge that both good sleep and a healthy diet are essential for overall health. However, what is often overlooked is that there is an important relationship between sleep and nutrition. A large part of this relationship is the link between sleep and overeating. Insomnia can affect appetite and food choices, increasing the likelihood … Read more

Michael Jackson In The Eyes Of Erikson and Engel

This case report analyzes the life of Michael Jackson, known as “ The King of Pop”’. Two theories of lifespan development are used; Erikson’s (1963) theory of psychosocial development and the Engel’s (1980) biopsychosocial model. The main sources for this report are his interviews, his books, sources on the Internet, documentaries about him and Michael … Read more

Is There a Critical Period for Language Acquisition?

Language is a specific system of the humans to communicate with each other by use of voice, symbols and words. Language development has been an important research subject that questions, among many others, how individuals acquire language and protect and improve it afterwards. Language and thought are in mutual interaction and form a mutual structure … Read more

False Confession

Confessions in criminal law are very convincing evidence. Research shows that many innocent individuals are often wrongly convicted and imprisoned mostly because of a false confession. A false confession is the acceptance of a crime by an innocent individual who is not responsible for the crime. Investigations show that innocent people can false confess for … Read more


Etiology is the study of the cause of a disease or abnormal behaviors in a scientific context. Depression is defined as a serious medical condition in which a person feels very sad, hopeless, and unimportant and often is unable to live in a normal way. Depression disorder is not caused by one thing, depression occurs … Read more


Doidge, N. (2014). The Brain That Changes Itself: Stories of Personal Triumph from the Frontiers ofBrain Science. London: Penguin. Norman Doidge is a psychoanalyst and psychiatrist. He writes this book to show how the brain is dynamic and powerful able to adapt to situations considered irreversible. The author tends to pass the message that “the … Read more

Experiments That Showed DNA Is a Genetic Material

The first clear and published description of Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) was done 1869 by Friedrich Miescher characterizing DNA as an acid precipitate material formed from the nucleic acid with unusual proportions of nitrogen and phosphorus. Four years before that, Mendel’s work which established that heredity was controlled by factors and chromosomes was published. However, it … Read more

Antibody Structure and Function

When microbes, toxins (poisons excreted by microbes) or any other foreign substances enter into body, the body automatically produces protective substance called “antibodies” in order to destroy these.. Foreign substances which cause the production of antibodies are called “antigens”. Antibodies are powerful protein-based protective weapons against foreign cells entering into the body. B cells produce … Read more