There's new evidence that depression is not just a disorder of the mind.
Verified by Psychology Today
From education to philosophy.
Robert C. Barkman, Ph.D.
Can someone’s hands reveal the inner workings of their minds?
How can six people, observing the same thing, see different patterns—and interpret them differently?
That child’s drawing of a house, tree, or person may represent more than an element of the refrigerator-as-art-gallery.
Do you suffer from math anxiety? Learn how searching for number patterns can be both fun and productive.
What patterns do you recognize in the world around you? Discovering their cause may lead to a new idea, a new way of doing things, or a new product.
Can language help grow savings?
Word patterns can be powerful.
The message here is to pay attention to what the brain is trying to tell you.
When you see patterns, they can be life changing, and they can even make you smarter.
Robert Barkman, Ph.D., is Professor Emeritus Science and Education at Springfield College in Massachusetts.