Happy Valentine’s Day from The International Library of Paranormal Psychology®

Happy Valentine’s Day from The International Library of Paranormal Psychology®

Saint Valentine’s Day, commonly shortened to Valentine’s Day,[1][2][3] is an annual commemoration held on February 14 celebrating love and affection between intimate companions.[1][3] The day is named after one or more early Christian martyrs named Saint Valentine, and was established by Pope Gelasius I in 496 AD. It was deleted from the General Roman Calendar of saints in 1969 by Pope Paul VI. It is traditionally a day on which lovers express their love for each other by presenting flowers, offering confectionery, and sending greeting cards (known as “valentines“). The day first became associated with romantic love in the circle of Geoffrey Chaucer in the High Middle Ages, when the tradition of courtly love flourished.

Modern Valentine’s Day symbols include the heart-shaped outline, doves, and the figure of the winged Cupid. Since the 19th century, handwritten valentines have given way to mass-produced greeting cards.[4] (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Valentine’s_Day)

 

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The International Library of Paranormal Psychology®: 2011 in review

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Paranormal Sociology (PNS): The International Library of Paranormal Psychology

Tres Mali Scott

This topic is endorsed by The International Library of Paranormal
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by Tres Mali Scott, M.Ed., M.S., Ph.D. (ABD), Pulitzer Center Citizen Journalist 2nd & 3rd Award & on Experts 123 The Questions and Answers
Encyclopedia

Paranormal Sociology (PNS) is the “seventh sense”
of understanding social activity and predicting or forecasting outcomes of
social trends. The number seven is the numerical signature for perfection.
Paranormal Sociology (PNS) is the scienific examination of the societial impact
of paranormal or supernatural phomena on history, psychology, and ecominics. The
three discplines, history, psychology, and ecominics are the foundation
discplines that make up Sociology.

Sociology is the study of society, it
is a social science that varies in methods of  empirical investigation and
critical analysis. Sociology collects a body of knowledge about human social
activity with the intent of applying the knowledge to improve social
welfare.

The French assayist Emmanuel-Joseph Sieyes (1748-1836) coined
the phrase in 1780. In 1838, sociology was defined independently by Auguste
Comte (1798-1857), a philosopher of science. His original terms was “social
physics”, attepting to unify history, psychology, and economics through the
scientific understanding  of the social realm.

Karl Marx (1818-1883)
worked on developing scientif justification systems during the European
industrialisation and secularisation era.

The areas most studied by
Sociology are:

  • Social stratification,
  • social class,
  • social mobility,
  • religion,
  • secularisation,
  • law, and
  • deviance.

When looking at social structures and agencies, the
areas most sutdied by Sociology are:

  • Health,
  • military,
  • penal institutions, and
  • the internet.

Paranormal Sociology (PNS) studies the effects or
affects of paranormal or supernatural activity on society. The word sociology or
sociologie is derived from the latin “socius”, meaning companion and “ology”,
meaning the study of and the Greek “logos”, meaning word, knowledge. The
Paranormal Sociological (PNS) effects and affects of paranormal or supernatural
activity most commonly seen are:

  1. The rise in cult like behavior,
  2. the rise in occult activity,
  3. the rise in violent criminal behavior,
  4. the increase in proverty,
  5. the increase in relocations, and
  6. the interruption of religious attendance (Mass, Church, religious
    activities).

References/Sources:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/sociology (2011)
http://tmscconsultingservices.wordpress.com/ (2008)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paranormal_Psychology (2010)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Tmscott2 (2007)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Paranormal_Psychology
(2010)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:PNP_Processing_Counseling_Theory
(2010)

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Paranormal Criminology (PNC): The International Library of Paranormal Psychology

Tres Mali Scott

This topic is endorsed by The International Library of Paranormal
Psychology
by Tres Mali Scott, M.Ed., M.S., Ph.D. (ABD), Pulitzer Center Citizen Journalist 2nd & 3rd Award & on Experts 123 The Questions and Answers
Encyclopedia

Paranormal Criminology is the “seventh sense” of
the scientific study of crime and criminal behavior. The number seven is the
numerical signature for perfection. The rise in use of technology during
terrorism, which is termed “para-terrorism” causes a new look at many of the old
fields of study to measure the impact of paranormal and supernatural
activity. Paranormal Criminology (PNC) is a part of the social sciences and is
concerned with the affects and effects of paranormal and supernatural
activity on crime and criminal behavior.

Criminology is a social science
and is concerned with:

  • The causes of crime,
  • prevention of crime,
  • the social impact of crime,
  • reactions to crime, and
  • the criminals themselves.

The term criminology was coined by
Rafaele Garofalo, an Italian law professor, in 1885, as criminologia. The word
criminology comes from the Latin, crimen, meaning “accusation” and the Greek for
“logia”.

References/Sources:

http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-criminology (2011)
http://wordnedweb.princeton.edu/perl/webwn (2011)
http://en.wikitionary.org/wiki/criminology (2011)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/criminology (2011)
http://tmscconsultingservices.wordpress.com/ (2008)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Paranormal_Psychology (2010)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Tmscott2 (2007)

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Paranormal Psychiatry (PNP): The International Library of Paranormal Psychology

Tres Mali Scott

This topic is endorsed by The International Library of
Paranormal Psychology
by Tres Mali Scott, M.Ed., M.S.,
Ph.D. (ABD), Pulitzer Center Citizen Journalist 2nd & 3rd Award & on Experts
123 The Questions and Answers Encyclopedia

Paranormal Psychiatry
(PNP) is the diagnostic “seventh sense”. The number seven is the numerical
signature for “perfection”. PNP, Paranormal Psychiatry is also considered the
diagnosis of paranormal or supernatural phenomena that agitates or increases the
psychiatric nosology issues. Paranormal Psychology is
the study of cognition while a supernatural or paranormal event is occuring. The
word diagnosis comes from an ancient Greek word, meaning, “discernment”,
identifying the nature and cause of anything. Paranormal Psychiatry (PNP) is the
diagnosing of the nature or cause of the agitation or increase in
psychopathology or criminal behavior that is paranormally or supernaturally
based. The word diagnostic comes from Greek words, meaning, “apart split” and
“to learn, knowledge”.

Diagnostics are techniques or tools used to get
to the root of problems, or relating to diagnosis. The techniques used to
identify the nature of anything by process of elimination (ruling-out) or other
analytical methods, techniques, procedures, processes, testing or assessing are
considered diagnostic. Diagnostics is considered with “NOSOLOGY”, the branch of
medical science dealing with the classification of a disease, problem,
situation, condition, or category that is specific and can be or is defined by a
clear set of symptoms or criteria.

Nosology is like “the taxonomy” of
the medical field, using criteria to categorize diseases, problems, situations,
or conditions. The name given by nosology clearly defines the topic so that no
explaination is necessary. Like paranormal psychology, some psychiatric
conditions are agitated or increase during paranormal or supernatural activity
and fall under Paranormal Psychiatry (PNP). As discussed in the field of
Paranormal Psychology, terrorist and para-terrorist use criminal activity and
religion to cause reduced functioning and increase psychopathological behaviors.

Reference:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/diagnosis
(2011) http://healthcareers.about.com/od/h/g/diagnostic
(2011) http://tmscconsultingservices.wordpress.com/
(2008) http://wordnetweb.princeton.edu/perl/webwn
(2011) http://wikitionary.org/wiki/diagnistic
(2011) http://wisegeek.com/what-is-nosology.htm
(2011) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Paranormal_Psychology
(2010) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Tmscott2
(2007)

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