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Some psychologists ( Fordor, 1959 ; Ehrenwald, 1974 ) proposed that an OBE is a defense mechanism designed to deal with the threat of death.
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Some psychologists, in fact, suggest that career-bound husbands often are more to blame for topsy-turvy marriages than their wives.
Some sociologists and psychologists have noted that autobiography offers the author the ability to recreate history.
Some evolutionary psychologists apply the same thinking to psychology, arguing that the mind has a modular structure similar to that of the body, with different modular adaptations serving different functions.
Some psychologists claim that research evidence for this type of far transfer is scarce, while others claim there is abundant evidence of far transfer in specific domains.
Some psychologists such as John B. Watson, Robert Plutchik, and Paul Ekman have suggested that there is only a small set of basic or innate emotions and that fear is one of them.
Some psychologists argue that only the " higher " intellectual functions constitute mind, particularly reason and memory.
Some psychologists propose that this processing gives rise to particular mental states ( cognitivism ) whilst others envisage a direct path back into the external world in the form of action ( radical behaviourism ).
Some philosophers and psychologists have tended to understand thought as basically a form of internal speech, suggesting that either this speech must be innate or thought has to be learned while acquiring language.
Some biologists, anthropologists and evolutionary psychologists believe this in-group / out-group discrimination has evolved because it enhances group survival.
Some U. S. states and territories, following the creation of the prescriptive authority for psychologists movement, have granted prescriptive privileges to clinical psychologists who have undergone additional specialised education and training in medical psychology.
Some psychologists use " confirmation bias " to refer to any way in which people avoid rejecting a belief, whether in searching for evidence, interpreting it, or recalling it from memory.
Some psychologists advocate a positive psychology, and explicitly embrace an empirical self-help philosophy ; " the role of positive psychology is to become a bridge between the ivory tower and the main street-between the rigor of academe and the fun of the self-help movement.
Some psychologists cite such behavior as a mechanism for coping with the anxiety associated with starting or completing any task or decision.
Some evolutionary psychologists, in effect agreeing with Chomsky, argue that the apparent impossibility of teaching language to animals is indicative that the ability to use language is an innately human development.
Some social psychologists have argued that the act of freely choosing a specific therapy, together with the effort and money invested by the client in order to continue to engage in the chosen therapy, positively influences the effectiveness of therapy.
Some psychologists suggest changing norms of sunlight in particular can cause Seasonal affective disorder.
Some psychologists have theorized that the formation of youth culture is an attempt to adopt an identity that reconciles these two conflicting expectations.
Some psychotherapists and psychologists practicing various kinds of Body Psychotherapy and Somatic Psychology have continued to use Reich's proposed emotional-release methods and character-analysis ideas, but use of orgone equipment is rare, limited mainly to therapists who have been trained in " Reichian " institutions such as the American College of Orgonomy.
Some feminists and psychologists argue that such objectification can lead to negative psychological effects including depression and hopelessness, and can give women negative self-images because of the belief that their intelligence and competence are currently not being, or will never be, acknowledged by society.
Some psychologists believe that a significant portion of human behavior is energized and directed by unconscious motives.
Some severe cases of micromanagement arise from other underlying mental-health conditions such as obsessive – compulsive personality disorder, although not all allegations of such conditions by subordinates and other " armchair psychologists " are accurate.
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Some of the most critically acclaimed drama films in Asian cinema were produced during the 1950s, including Yasujirō Ozu's Tokyo Story ( 1953 ), Kenji Mizoguchi's Ugetsu ( 1954 ), Satyajit Ray's The Apu Trilogy ( 1955 – 1959 ), Guru Dutt's Pyaasa ( 1957 ), and the Akira Kurosawa films Rashomon ( 1950 ), Ikiru ( 1952 ) and Seven Samurai ( 1954 ).
Some of the most successful examples of these Biblical and historical spectaculars include The Ten Commandments ( 1956 ), The Vikings ( 1958 ), Ben-Hur ( 1959 ), Spartacus ( 1960 ) and El Cid ( 1961 ).
Some of the first films of this new genre were Godard's Breathless ( À bout de souffle, 1960 ), starring Jean-Paul Belmondo, Rivette's Paris Belongs to Us ( Paris nous appartient, 1958-distributed in 1961 ), starring Jean-Claude Brialy and Truffaut's The 400 Blows ( Les Quatre Cent Coups, 1959 ) starring Jean-Pierre Léaud.
Lemmon played the piano and recorded his own versions of Monroe's trademark songs, I Wanna Be Loved By You and I'm Through With Love, for the album which was released in 1959 as A Twist of Lemmon / Some Like It Hot.
He was also nominated for a Best Actor Oscar for his role in the controversial film Missing in 1982, and for his roles in Some Like It Hot ( 1959 ), The Apartment ( 1960 ), Days of Wine and Roses ( 1962 ), The China Syndrome ( 1979 ), and Tribute ( 1980 ).
Some scholars take the term kenning broadly to include any noun-substitute consisting of two or more elements, including merely descriptive epithets ( such as Old Norse grand viðar “ bane of wood ” = “ fire ” ( Snorri Sturluson: Skáldskaparmál 36 )), while others would restrict it to metaphorical instances ( such as Old Norse sól húsanna “ sun of the houses ” = “ fire ” ( Snorri Sturluson: Skáldskaparmál 36 )), specifically those where “ he base-word identifies the referent with something which it is not, except in a specially conceived relation which the poet imagines between it and the sense of the limiting element '” ( Brodeur ( 1959 ) pp. 248 – 253 ).
Some of the music in the film had previously been used on the soundtrack for the science-fiction B-movie Teenagers from Outer Space ( 1959 ).
Some, such as Inkeles ( 1959 ), Johnson ( 1965 ) and Gibbs ( 1968 ), have claimed that Durkheim's only intent was to explain suicide sociologically within a holistic perspective, emphasizing that " he intended his theory to explain variation among social environments in the incidence of suicide, not the suicides of particular individuals.
In 1959, in a letter to Kazan, he writes, “ Some day you will know how much I value the great things you did with my work, how you lifted it above its measure by your great gift .”
Some of the notes were published, little by little, by the Fortean Society magazine " Doubt " and, upon the death of its editor Tiffany Thayer in 1959, most were donated to the New York Public Library where they are still available to researchers of the unknown.
Some changes were made to the plot of the film, including changing the setting date from 1960 to 1959 and the location of Castle Rock from the state of Maine to Oregon.
Curtis then gave what many believe was his best acting, three interrelated roles in the comedy Some Like It Hot ( 1959 ).
Curtis ' comedies include Some Like It Hot ( 1959 ), Sex and the Single Girl ( 1964 ) and The Great Race ( 1965 ), and his dramas included playing the slave Antoninus in Stanley Kubrick's Spartacus ( 1960 ) co-starring Kirk Douglas and Laurence Olivier, The Outsider ( 1961 ), the true story of WW II veteran Ira Hayes, and The Boston Strangler ( 1968 ), in which he played the self-confessed murderer of the film's title, Albert DeSalvo.
Some Like It Hot is an American romantic screwball comedy film, made in 1958 and released in 1959, which was directed by Billy Wilder and starred Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis, Jack Lemmon and George Raft.
Some time after serving in 1959 as editor of the University of London Carnival Committee's journal, Irving left for West Germany, where he worked as a steelworker in a Thyssen steel works in the Ruhr area and learned German.
It was among the first Hollywood films to challenge the Hays Code, along with Billy Wilder's Some Like It Hot ( 1959 ) and Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho ( 1960 ).
Some historians have questioned whether Lemass came to the premiership too late, arguing that had he replaced de Valera as Fianna Fáil leader and Taoiseach in 1951 he could have begun the process of reform of Irish society and the industrialisation of the Republic of Ireland a decade earlier than 1959, when he eventually achieved the top governmental job.
Billy Wilder's Some Like It Hot ( 1959 ) was released without a certificate of approval due to its themes and became a box office smash and, as a result, further weakened the authority of the Code.
The book includes four essays: Characteristics of Total Institutions ( 1957 ), The Moral Career of the Mental Patient ( 1959 ), The Underlife of a Public Institution: A Study of Ways of Making Out in a Mental Hospital, The Medical Model and Mental Hospitalization: Some Notes on the Vicissitudes of the Tinkering Trades.
Some of the TV series cartoons ( from 1958 to 1959 ) were released on DVD by Classic Media, now known as DreamWorks Classics, due to the DreamWorks Animation acquisition.
Some of his awards and scholarships include: a West German fellowship for sculpture ( 1956-7 ); Bavarian State Foreign Students Sculpture Prize ( 1958 ); Italian Government Scholarship for sculpture ( 1959 – 60 ); the Arts Council of Ireland Sculpture prizes ( 1962 and 1964 ); and the Royal Hibernian Academy Award for Sculpture of Distinction in Bronze ( 1991 ).
Some of the key early members of the club were Jack Dennis and Peter Samson, who compiled the 1959 Dictionary of the TMRC Language and who are credited with originating the concept " Information wants to be free ".
Hardin's compositions include " Struttin ' With Some Barbecue ", " Don't Jive Me ", " Two Deuces ", " Knee Drops ", " Doin ' the Suzie-Q ", " Just For a Thrill " ( which became a major hit when revived by Ray Charles in 1959 ), " Clip Joint ", and " Bad Boy " ( a hit by Ringo Starr in 1978 ).