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A prisoner languished lonely inside his cell. Bars, latches, bolts and armed guards closed the exit. The walls were made of reinforced concrete and one meter thick, supported on foundations more than six meters deep; the ground was rammed with firm ground. There was no window, only light entered through a skylight on the ceiling, large enough to pass a person, but two and a half meters high.
In today's article, we will see what is the profile of the victim of bullying, as well as the profile of passive spectators who do not participate, but also avoid bullying. It is important to mention that, without these two profiles, the stalker could do absolutely nothing. The profile of the victim of bullying The first thing to say is that, unlike what happens with the profile of the bully, the profile of the victim of bullying can be as varied.
Self-harm is a behavior that, although not especially frequent, occurs. And, worst of all, it usually happens in young people. That is why parents increasingly care about this issue. Today, we talk about the psychological problems linked to self-harm. Content 1 What exactly is Non-Suicidal Self-Injury?
Watson phrases John Broadus Watson (1878-1958) Considered the creator of behaviorism, throughout his life he was the enemy of inaccurate ideas and neglected research. He considered that Freud's theories were very vague. According to him, to get out of the dark and dark paths of speculative philosophy and subjective psychology, the path of behaviorism, a school of psychology for which the concept of consciousness was not useful or necessary in the description, explanation, prediction and behavior control.