On the Creative Market Blog - The Designer's Guide to Gestalt Psychology

The Designer's Guide to Gestalt Psychology

I thought this was a neat example of gestalts principles actually spelling out Gestalt.

THE PSYCHOLOGY OF WRITING: 5 WAYS TO MAKE YOUR CHARACTERS “CLICK” WITH READERS USING VULNERABILITY, PROXIMITY, RESONANCE, SIMILARITY, AND SHARED ADVERSITY

Meek-Geek: The Psychology of Writing: 5 Ways to make your Characters “Click” with Readers using Vulnerability, Proximity, Resonance, Similarity, and Shared Adversity

Gestalt--form-generating capability of our senses, particularly with respect to the visual recognition of figures and whole forms instead of just a collection of simple lines and curves. In psychology, gestaltism is often opposed to structuralism. The phrase "The whole is greater than the sum of the parts" is often used when explaining gestalt theory

An Optical Illusion in Paris. This shot was taken under the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Do you see the face? yes, but there is a picture underneath of a face!

Proximity: The proximity and orientation of the individual squares causes them to be seen as four distinct groups, three small square groups in the foreground and one large square group in the background.

proximity 1 Proximity: The proximity and orientation of the individual squares causes them to be seen as four distinct groups, three small square groups in the foreground and one large square group in the background.

HOW TO RECOGNIZE A CONTROLLING PERSON...Those who try to control other people are, simply put, neither nice nor respectful. Controlling people are selfish at the core, immature at heart and likely to put the brakes on your leading a fulfilling life if you're in constant close proximity to them.

Recognize a Controlling Person

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Oxytocin: How One Molecule Shapes Our Social Life

Oxytocin: How One Molecule Shapes Our Social Life [Infographic]

Psychology infographic and charts Oxytocin: How One Molecule Shapes Our Social Lives Infographic Description Oxytocin: How One Molecule Shapes Our Social L

Are you intensely sensitive to being teased or criticized, and to feeling that you’ve failed? Emotional symptoms are an important — and often overlooked — component of ADHD.

Listen to “Emotions and ADHD: What Clinicians Need to Know for Accurate Diagnosis” with William Dodson, M.D.

- The Psychology of Writing: 5 Ways to make your Characters “Click” with Readers using Vulnerability, Proximity, Resonance, Similarity, and Shared Adversity

I find any kind of drug use, addiction or substance abuse horrifically terrifying. Just the thought of it makes me uncomfortable and if any form of proximity to myself is involved, dizzy with fear. So much as an incredibly distant whiff of second hand smoke can trigger me into a sudden flashback. When I was in hospital I was made to join in with group therapy that primarily looked at coping and rehabilitation skills for people with addictions and

This is a definitive place for all characters we see portrayed as suffering from PTSD, Acute Stress Disorder/PTS or trauma related suffering.

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