How AI and VR technologies can help manage mental health issues

Mara Schär
Mental health has become immensely important in today's world. More and more people suffer from stress, anxiety, depression and other mental disorders. According to a study by the World Health Organisation (WHO), about one in four people worldwide suffers from a mental disorder. Yet there are still major barriers when it comes to effectively treating these problems.
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Femicide: The deep-rooted violence against women

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Femicide is a term that refers to the killing of women because of their gender. It is a form of violence that is prevalent worldwide, and is a major problem. In recent years, awareness of the meaning of femicide has increased, but it remains a challenge to eradicate the deep roots of this form of violence.
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Grit - The key to success?

Mara Schär
In recent years, the term "grit" has gained more and more attention. But what exactly is grit and why is it important to our lives and success?
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Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs - A Journey through Human Motivations

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Every human being has needs that they must fulfil in order to live a fulfilled life. These needs can be physical or psychological and are crucial for the well-being of every human being. Psychologist Abraham Maslow developed a hierarchy of needs that divides these needs into five categories and provides an order for their fulfilment. In this article, I will look at this hierarchy and its relevance to today's world.

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What is intelligence actually?

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Intelligence is a term that is often used, but not always clearly defined. What does it mean to be intelligent and how is intelligence measured? In this article, I will address these questions and take a closer look at the concept of intelligence.
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Dual Processing: The Two-Track Mind

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Our brain is one of the most remarkable organs in our body, it has the ability to process information in different ways. One of the most important theories in cognitive psychology is the dual-process theory, which states that the brain has two different systems for processing information. These systems are called System 1 and System 2 and work in different ways to help us make decisions and navigate our environment.
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