Dreams have been described as dress rehearsals for real life, opportunities to gratify wishes, and a form of nocturnal therapy. A new theory aims to make sense of it all.
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Exploring and promoting positive masculinities
Aqualus M Gordon Ph.D.
The next time someone tells you the Myers-Briggs has been debunked, ask them for a citation. Then hand them this one.
What can the advice passed among this much-stigmatized group teach us about the way they view the world and the rest of us?
In a society that espouses the virtues of humility while also promoting self-importance, inferiority emerges as one way that we try to reconcile these two disparate ideals.
Has someone told you that the Myers-Briggs isn't a valid personality test? Here's 10 reasons why they're wrong.
For those seeking peace and stability, here is a helpful adaptation of a classic meditation by Jon Kabat-Zinn.
Why your awesome goal-setting skills are holding you back in your mindfulness and meditation practice.
A short piece that explains why some of the responses in the media to the Baltimore riots feel particularly damning to Black Americans, especially when considered in context.
Young men are finding new ways to reach out to each other and older generations for advice and mentorship.
Seeing beyond the hype to understand the outrage of a community
Many men struggle to define their masculinity and themselves as men in a culture that increasingly stigmatizes things like sexuality, aggressiveness, and competitiveness.
Aqualus Gordon, Ph.D. is an assistant professor of psychological sciences at the University of Central Missouri.