Posts in the Category: Psychology

“Sapiophilia? WTF Is That?”

If you are into someone because the person is so intelligent, you are a sapiophile.

There are evolutionary reasons for this: those with intelligent partners are likely to have intelligent children, and they are likely to do better than stupid children.

This …

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What’s Wrong With the Brains Of Psychopaths?

Studies show that psychopaths very likely have different brains than normal ones: fewer connections between the part of the brain responsible for empathy and guilt, and the part responsible for fear and anxiety.

This brings Robin to the movie Frankenstein (1931) …

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Shadow

In his book Archetypes, Carl Gustav Jung introduces the concept of the “shadow”.

This is everything that one would consider unacceptable about oneself – stupidly, that is exactly what one is. The “shadow” is therefore one’s own dark side. It …

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Animus & Anima

Carl Gustav Jung claims that every man is arachetypically attracted to something in women, and he called this Anima.Analogously there would be that with women, and that is called Animus.(In homosexual couples, one does the active, “male” part, one the …

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Sleeping Beauty

Sleeping Beauty

A young girl is locked into a castle and is guarded by a dragon. Everything around the castle is overgrown with thorns. The young girl is sleeping.

A young man, a brave knight by the way, makes his way through …

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The Sexual Motivation of Cannibals

While working on a song about cannibalism, Robin investigated on the sexual motivations of cannibals.

“I love to eat you!”
The active ones want the passive to become a part of them, the passive ones want to become a part of the …

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Folk Tales – What Do They Mean?

Today:Little Red Riding Hood and the WolfIn this fairy tale, young girls who can already have children, but not yet for a very long time (hence the red cap = menstrual blood) are to be warned against molesters, and that …

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