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  • ... in terms of [[culture|cultural]], [[psychology|psychological]] (including emotional and mental characteristics), and spiritual aspects. Humans have a complex ...mans and apes in terms of culture, mental capacity, and various spiritual, emotional, and technological aspects is so large as to dwarf differences between ap
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  • ...u need statistics? Revisiting Kinsey's methodology" ''The Journal of Sex Research'' 35 (2) (May 1998): 132-140, ISSN 0022-4499.</ref> More modern and precise research by [[Edward O. Laumann]], reported in ''Sex in America: A definitive survey
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  • ...f|value theory]] or [[axiology]], which is the study of sensory or sensori-emotional values, sometimes called judgments of sentiment and taste. Aesthetics is ...nt]], ''The Critique of Judgment.''</ref> Judgments of beauty are sensory, emotional, and intellectual all at once.
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  • ... [[personality]]. Personality is generally understood as a collection of [[emotion]]al, [[thought]], and behavioral patterns unique to a person, that is consi ... that the four temperaments fall along the axes of ''changeability'' and ''emotionality.''
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  • ...erm "heart" also is used in reference to the [[spirituality|spiritual]], [[emotion]]al, and [[morality|moral]] core of a human being. In the physical sense of ...as long been used as a term referring to the [[spirituality|spiritual]], [[emotion]]al, [[morality|moral]], and in the past also [[intelligence (trait)|intell
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  • ...tity and to the seat of [[reason]], [[will]], [[conscience]], and higher [[emotion]]s. ...ng this mainstream view, a small group of neuroscientists has persisted in searching for evidence suggesting the possibility of a human mind existing and ope
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  • ...[[thymos]]'' ([[emotion]], ego, or spiritedness). The thymos comprises our emotional motive (ego), that which drives us to acts of bravery and glory. If left ...). The non-physical aspect, namely the soul, includes his/her feelings and emotions, thoughts, conscious and sub-conscious desires and objectives. While the b
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  • ..., the pragmatic theory of truth, radical empiricism, James-Lange theory of emotion | ...]] who popularized the branch of philosophy known as [[pragmatism]]. His research and teachings, done mostly at [[Harvard University]], contributed greatly t
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  • ...rical charisma may have been in part products of Anaxagoras’ emphasis on emotional calm in the face of trouble and skepticism about divine phenomena.<ref na ...e Rosen Publishing Group, 2004. ISBN 082393828X), 52</ref> although some researchers, such as Karl Julius Beloch, argue that the dispatch of such a great fle
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  • ...s including not only physical, [[psychological development|mental]], and [[emotion]]al growth, but also spiritual development. ... from two of his children.<ref name="Searchstonesmult">M. Scott Peck, ''In Search of Stones: A Pilgrimage of Faith, Reason and Discovery '' (Hyperion, 1995).
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  • ... emotions, Baroque composers initiated the practice of expressing specific emotions through musical means. ... this era are still in use today. It has general characteristics, unity of emotion, ornamentation, and a contrasting rhythm with improvisation. Its melodies u
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  • ...ft while at the same time developing a strong foundation in other areas, [[emotion]]al, social, as well as intellectual, that stand the person in good stead i ...e child, the environment that the individual resides in, the energetic and emotional investment that the child ventures, and the personal characteristics of t
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  • ...ir immediate faith experience, is largely a mythical construct of naïve research. By its very nature, the human mind includes an element of reflection, no m ...s belief. From the times of the [[pre-Socratics]], Greek philosophers have searched for the ultimate origin of things in ways clearly distinct from polytheis
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  • ...ve folk song, the range of responses can encompass the full range of human emotions. This makes the musical arts a universal expression of human experience. ...o loosening sexual mores. In the twenty-first century the dissemination of emotionally charged music through new electronic media provides musicians and compo
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  • ...itive psychology]] to behavior therapy. Further developments may include research from cultural, spiritual, neurological, and biological sciences. ... of "time out." When misused, however, punishment can lead to affective ([[emotion]]al) disorders, as well as to the target of the punishment eventually focus
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  • ... However, the atmosphere at Pembroke Lodge was one of frequent [[prayer]], emotional repression and formality—Frank reacted to this with open rebellion, but ...any love affairs and mistresses. In his autobiography he remarked that the search for love was for him a lifelong preoccupation.
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  • ...ll-documented poltergeist cases in the history of British [[paranormal]] research, no satisfactory explanation has been put forth to explain the loud rapping ...hers including [[Austria]]'s Fritz Grunweld and the world-famous English researcher [[Harry Price]].<ref>Brian Haughton, [http://www.mysteriouspeople.com/Ele
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  • '''Personality''' is a collection of [[emotion]]al, [[thought]], and behavioral patterns unique to a person that is consis ...perament]], which is the aspect of personality concerned specifically with emotional dispositions and reactions, or the mood pattern of a person.
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  • ...e a determined rescue effort that night, Buckley remained missing, and the search was called off the following day due to heavy rain. Three days later his bo ...se passion, making him a charismatic performer, who was able to evoke deep emotional give and take with his audiences. According to a [[BBC]] documentary, Buc
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  • ...cess of rearing [[child]]ren by promoting and supporting their physical, [[emotion]]al, social, intellectual, [[moral]] and [[spirit]]ual development from [[i ...ell as develops physically, [[psychological development|psychologically]], emotionally, and spiritually, through each of the relationships existing in the fam
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