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Sullivan's object relations theory

Sullivan laid the groundwork for understanding man based on the interpersonal relationships in which he develops. In its postulates, the elements under study that are, in turn, subject to treatment, are produced by culture. Sullivan focuses on object relations rather than intrapsychic conflict.
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70 inspirational phrases from Barack Obama

Barack Obama has been the 44th president of the United States and the first African-American to assume this position. He was first elected to the presidency in 2008, won a second term in 2012. Today we wanted to compile some of his best phrases to motivate and inspire, do not miss them!
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Horse exchange

The image shows two black horses and two white horses. The objective of the game is to exchange the horses with each other so that the white horses are on the right occupying the positions that initially occupy the black horses and vice versa. How many movements do you need?
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Broken Heart Syndrome in women, causes and symptoms

How many times have we not heard the expression "your heart is broken"? How many times have we not thought that it is a beautiful, romantic and poetic expression but that has no relation to reality? Well, science indicates otherwise. Broken Heart Syndrome is a cardiomyopathy that exists, and affects, above all, women.
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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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Lewin's Field Theory

Kurt Lewin is considered by many to be the father of modern social psychology, thanks to the use of scientific methods in the study of social behavior. His approach is a fusion of psychology with the philosophy of science resulted in a large number of empirical studies conducted in the areas of child development, motivation and social behavior.
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