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Research Article   |   10.36959/447/350 Volume 4 Issue 1

Female Officers on Board: Prejudices, Stereotypes and the Leadership Role

Authors: Jose R Cordon, Nieves Endrina Sánchez and Jose M Mestre Navas
Seafaring is probably one of the most challenging working environments for a woman. For the last twenty years, women are increasing their presence in the fleet, particularly in western countries, but ... Read more

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Review Article   |   10.36959/447/349 Volume 4 Issue 1

Central Nervous System Model Theory- A Universal Model of all Neural Processes

Authors: Maha Osman Mohamed Shangab
To a first time examiner, our brains capabilities and functions would seem to differ between individuals. No two men are alike. Taking a step back, however, and examining the human population, one can... Read more

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Review Article   |   10.36959/447/348 Volume 4 Issue 1

How Can We Better Understand, Identify, and Support Highly Gifted and Profoundly Gifted Students? A Literature Review of the Psychological Development of Highly-Profoundly Gifted Individuals and Overexcitabilities

Authors: Vanessa R Wood and Krystyna C Laycraft
Heightened sensitivity, heightened intensity, heightened awareness and advanced cognitive development, compared to chronological aged peers, distinguish the highly-profoundly gifted child and permeate... Read more

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Review Article   |   10.36959/447/347 Volume 4 Issue 1

Long-Term Attachments and Complex Cognition in Birds and Humans are Linked to Pre-Reproductive Prosociality and Cooperation. Constructing a Hypothesis

Authors: Gisela Kaplan
Human prosociality has often been regarded as an important step towards the capacity for empathy; i.e. to think of others in compassionate and caring ways. This ability, in turn, is related to social ... Read more

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Review Article   |   10.36959/447/346 Volume 4 Issue 1

The Theory of Positive Disintegration as Future-Oriented Psychology

Authors: Krystyna C Laycraft
This article presents Dabrowski’s Theory of Positive Disintegration (TPD) as future-oriented psychology. According to Dabrowski, positive disintegration is characterized by a transition from narrow ... Read more

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