Tag: Psychology

Voltaire’s Epistemological Theory

This French philosopher was one of the great defenders of freedom of expression and science. If you think about it, you may come to the conclusion that a large part of our lives can be summarized in one task: knowing how to manage our doubts. We are unable to fully know everything around us, or

Transference And Countertransference In Psychoanalysis

What do these concepts that Sigmund Freud developed consist of? If there is something that characterizes the psychoanalysis developed by Sigmund Freud, it is the emphasis that it places on the psychological processes that theoretically occur unconsciously and direct our way of acting, thinking and feeling.  Psychoanalysis was born as an attempt to understand human

“i Want To Be A Psychologist”: 10 Keys To Successfully Complete A Degree In Psychology

A mini-guide to surviving the College of Psychology. A few weeks ago we wrote a text to help future students of Psychology to reflect on 10 elementary points about their vocation, some specific doubts about the career, etcetera: ” Why study Psychology? 10 points that you should value “ However, having enrolled in the degree

David Mcclelland’s Theory Of Motivations

This well-known psychologist proposed a theory about three universal human needs. David McClelland’s theory of motivations is one of the best-known psychological models of human needs, especially in business and organizations. In this article we will analyze McClelland’s theory of the three needs and the most significant antecedents for its emergence. We will focus mainly