Priscilla Lee

Priscilla Lee

10 Million Dollars or Your Intelligence

By priscillalee | January 5, 2017 | 0 Comment

I came across this image on social media and found it really interesting. As a psychologist I’ve always been interested in understanding the human condition, what makes people depressed, what makes us happy etc. Using the theme from The Matrix movie Red pill double your intelligence, Blue pill gives you $10 million. Which would you […]

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Brain Training Exercises You Can Do At Home With Your Children

By priscillalee | August 25, 2016 | 0 Comment

Childhood is the best time to develop and mold the brain! Here are a few simple exercises to help you children! Brain Training for Teenagers aged 12 and above Ages 12 and above Brain training exercises for teenagers and adults would focus on polishing skills that are useful for academic studies and preparing them for […]

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Parenting Struggles for Nonnuclear Families

By priscillalee | July 25, 2016 | 0 Comment

Parenting is a difficult task, and it is more so challenging handling parenting issues when you are a single parent. The logistic issues of your child going to school and after school activities, finding a day care center that will fit your schedule, doctor appointments and school functions can be quite overwhelming even with help […]

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3 Ways to Say No – Drawing your Boundaries

By priscillalee | July 25, 2015 | 0 Comment

For any healthy relationship, setting boundaries are very important. Everyone needs space to breathe and when we fail to set limits to our relationships, we tend to do more harm than good. Many of us do not want to be labeled as selfish and rude for saying no and boundary setting may be a challenging […]

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When Children Fight – Dealing with Sibling Rivalry

By priscillalee | July 6, 2015 | 0 Comment

If you have more than one child, you will have to deal with sibling rivalry at some point of time. Conflict between children is normal as they compete for your attention. But the quality of a relationship is determined how the conflict is resolved. Many people are advised to oversee rivalry and let the children […]

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How to Live a Simpler and More Positive LIfe

By priscillalee | June 22, 2015 | 0 Comment

In recent decades, the troubled economic times have been forcing people to live a simpler life. This meant having to let go of certain luxuries and lifestyles which an individual once enjoyed but could no longer afford now. As a result of this deprivation, they become unhappy, depressed and frustrated about their present lives. Living […]

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By priscillalee | May 22, 2015 | 0 Comment

It is an understatement to say that we are living in difficult times. A turbulent economy, wars, fear of terrorism, violence upon races and genders, natural disasters… these are just a few of the things that we encounter in the news. Coupled with your own personal problems, it can be very hard to find anything positive […]

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IB Psychology Sample Essay for Paper 2 Options Exam

By priscillalee | May 6, 2015 | 1 Comment

I’ve been preparing notes for my students taking this year (2015) IB Psychology HL examination, and I thought it might be useful to compile some essays I found online. These essays covers only for the options: Abnormal Psychology and Human Relationships of the International Baccalaureate Psychology examination. There’s no guarantee that these are 6 or 7 marks […]

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Terry Pratchett, Existentialism, and Assisted Death

By priscillalee | March 13, 2015 | 0 Comment

Terry Pratchett just passed away as millions of his fans and readers mourn the death of a brilliant writer. Author of more than 70 novels dies aged 66 at his home eight years after Alzheimer’s diagnosis on 12th March 2015. “I would like to die peacefully with Thomas Tallis on my iPod before the disease […]

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Young Children Strengthen Brain Connections During Sleep

By priscillalee | December 12, 2014 | 0 Comment

Sleep is very important to all human beings, even though we only understand very little of what function does sleep serve and why it is so important. Scientists seem to have theory of what goes on when young children sleep. They have found that sleep helps brain functions to mature, although it might be possible that […]

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