Loneliness is a complex problem of epidemic proportions, affecting millions from all walks of life.
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How cultural narratives reflect and influence our behavior
A.J. Marsden, Ph.D., and William Nesbitt, Ph.D.
The meanings behind the things that scare us.
Ever wonder about the future?
Who is watching you and why?
What's underneath a tattoo?
What are the connection among Star Wars, belief, mythology, and Peter Pan?
Is belief a psychological condition? Why do we believe what we believe? What does belief mean? Is it many things?
Mythic origins and contemporary examples of human sacrifice both real and symbolic.
A myth is a story, but “story” doesn’t necessarily mean made up. A myth may not be true in the sense that it is 100% factual. The value of myth is the truth it tells us about us.
A.J. Marsden, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of Psychology, and William Nesbitt, Ph.D., is Professor of English and Chair of Humanities and General Education, both at Beacon College.