Month: April 30, 2019

Body Words: How to Make Sense of Body Language

Body language is an important tool that can reflect what a person is thinking, their mood, and maybe – maybe – can predict what they might do next. Techniques to interpret body language abound and, according to author David J. Lieberman, Ph.D., in his book “You Can Read Anyone,” body language analysis is used by […]

Psychology and Criminality

In his 1980s classic book, “Inside the Criminal Mind,” author Stanton E. Samenow, Ph.D., explores the concept of a “criminal personality” and, in short, how offenders may actually go through a different thinking process then a non-offender. Although Dr. Samenow’s book was first published in the 1980s, it has been updated over the decades, and […]

‘Intelligence’ in the Animal Kingdom

Some of the most complex biological machinery is housed within the human head. It goes without saying that the brains of humans are, undoubtedly, complex, big, and are the reason for our success throughout history. That said, however, there are other species on the planet right now that are, well, intelligent, too. Most people have […]

April 2019 is Alcohol Awareness Month

Although American culture doesn’t necessarily treat alcohol like a drug, it, in fact, is. And there are times when it may remain a good idea to shine light on alcohol as a drug, and – appropriately – April is Alcohol Awareness Month. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), excess alcohol abuse […]