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Gregg Henriques Ph.D.
We need a new definition for Mind. It is the set of mental behaviors.
Jordan Peterson offers a strong critique of the principle of equal outcomes.
The Tree of Knowledge Language System allows us to make sense of the universe via a first person, subjective view, and via a third person behavioral science view.
Guiding readers through a series of insights designed to help them adaptively relate to negative feelings.
We are currently living in an Age of Confusion. However, it does not have to be this way, and we are looking to bring in an Age of Clarity.
Modern academic psychology is committed to empiricism. The Tree of Knowledge System argues we need to get clear about the concept of the mental for the science to fully mature.
This concluding blog in a four part series outlining a new model of psychopathology shows how the "True Self" provides the framework for channeling flow toward the good.
How a new theory of mental health and disorder—known as the Anatomy of Emotional Warfare—lines up with the unified theory.
This second of a four-part series describes how much mental disorder patterns can be characterized as "emotional warfare" stemming from the "false self."
The first of a four-part series that describes a remarkable new theory of mental health and disorder.
In addition to toxic masculinity, we need to turn to the other side of the equation and consider toxic sensitivity.
Quantum mechanics describes the behavior of particles at the most fundamental level. This blog explains what that might mean for us has human beings.
How do you explain human behavior? The unified approach claims three processes are key: investment, influence, and justification.
Over the past seven years, almost 300 blogs have been shared on Theory of Knowledge. Here are the ten most popular.
There is a coherent metatheory for our existential angst.
The DSM maps the personality disorders into clusters (A, B, and C). This blog organizes them into their polar opposites (e.g., narcissistic is the opposite of avoidant).
Consciousness is a complicated construct, and these major problems must be considered when tackling the concept.
Human self-consciousness narration and human culture can be described in terms of justification processes and systems.
Different college majors show different levels of mental health problems.
This blog raises the possibility that the institution of psychotherapy is contributing to a culture of victimhood.
Levels of stress, anxiety, and depression are on the rise in college students because of a harm avoidant culture and alienating lifestyles.
The rise in reported problems is a function of both treatment use and increases in actual levels of stress, anxiety, and depression.
Let's talk about psychology's problem with its subject matter.
A thirty minute video-taped conversation covers the basics of depression.
Hidden Tribes is an outstanding analysis of the country's political ideological split and what we can do about it.
In this "post truth" and "fake news" world we need ways to understand bullsh*t and its relationship to real knowledge.
President Trump operates on a very basic self-serving algorithm that legitimizes his power and greatness.
We all need to be clear about the two primary meanings of the word racism.
A big picture view for life's big questions.
What makes us unique creatures? We outline a clear picture of the transition from primates to persons.
Gregg Henriques, Ph.D., is a professor of psychology at James Madison University.