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The Howard Gardner Multiple Intelligences model

The study of intelligence has many aspects; One of them is the one that seeks to describe the structure of this psychological attribute, which is primarily responsible for individual differences in cognitive performance. From the works of the pioneers F. J. Galton, A. Binet, Ch.
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Motivation and school performance

Motivation is a set of processes involved in the activation, direction and persistence of behavior. These processes affect the decisions made at any given time (e.g., study instead of watching television). They also affect the time needed to start them (e.g., start studying immediately or do it late in the afternoon).
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50 famous phrases of B. F. Skinner on psychology

Burrhus Frederic Skinner (1904-1990), was a psychologist, social philosopher and American author. He led a pioneering work in experimental psychology and defended behaviorism, which considers behavior as a function of reinforcing environmental stories. We bring you today this small sample with the most famous Skinner phrases of his professional career.
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Resources to work with children

Video about educational resources Playing we can work the attention in our children. The mini ARCO is a game and a very useful tool to work this aspect of our children. In this video the psychologist Úrsula Perona explains in detail how it works. Subscribe here to our YouTube channel
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Burnout syndrome: prevention and treatment

Burnout is a state of emotional, mental and physical exhaustion caused by excessive and prolonged stress in the work area. It occurs when one feels overwhelmed, emotionally exhausted, and unable to meet the constant demands of work. As the stress continues, the person begins to lose all interest and motivation for their work.
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Identity Disorder of Body Integrity or Xenomelia

The disorder of the identity of the corporal integrity (TIIC), is a rare condition, in which the subjects that suffer from it express an intense desire to amputate some of their healthy limbs, which they perceive as: foreign, strange, intrusive or even as his "enemy"; that sensoperception is so strong, that they may want and effectively generate a real disabling situation, putting their physical integrity and their lives at risk.
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