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Armon Azoulay, Ellie 15 April, Rauchwerger, Daniel 15 April, Sheffi, Smadar 16 April, Beyond truth and fiction Haaretz - Guide, English Author: Sheffi, Smadar 16 April, Artists: Zur, Ouzi 16 April, Artists: Burg, Avital 22 April, Leshem, Elie 23 April, Artists: Sheffi, Smadar 27 April, Artists: Sheffi, Smadar 30 April, Artists: Amir, Yonatan 30 April, Sheffi, Smadar 30 April, Into the light Haaretz, English Author: Peretz, Lisa 30 April, Beck, Jonathan 2 May, Burg, Avital 2 May, Armon Azoulay, Ellie 4 May, Amir, Yonatan 4 May, Armon Azoulay, Ellie 5 May, Artists: Burg, Avital 5 May, Sheffi, Smadar 7 May, Artists: Room with a view Haaretz - Guide, English Author: Hoffman, Carl 7 May, Ben Ami, Yuval 7 May, Zur, Ouzi 7 May, Haaretz - Culture and literature, Hebrew Author: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 11 May, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 11 May, Sheffi, Smadar 12 May, Artists: Burg, Avital 12 May, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 13 May, Artists: Burg, Avital 13 May, City Mouse, Hebrew Author: Sobelman, Alana 14 May, Artists: Sheffi, Smadar 18 May, Artists: Amir, Yonatan 20 May, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 21 May, Burg, Avital 21 May, Zur, Ouzi 21 May, Artists: Israeli artist wins prestigious U.

Burg, Avital 24 May, Armon Azoulay, Ellie 25 May, Artists: Sheffi, Smadar 25 May, Artists: Gilerman, Dana 25 May, Burg, Avital 25 May, Artists: Burg, Avital 26 May, Alon, Ketzia 26 May, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 27 May, Yahav, Gallia 27 May, Artists: Burg, Avital 27 May, Sheffi, Smadar 28 May, Hirshfeld, Ariel 28 May, Amir, Yonatan 28 May, Artists: Haaretz Gallery, Hebrew 31 May, Artists: Haaretz Gallery, Hebrew 1 June, Artists: Burg, Avital 2 June, Gilerman, Dana 2 June, Artists: Burg, Avital 3 June, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 3 June, Artists: Yahav, Gallia 3 June, Artists: Amir, Yonatan 3 June, Sheffi, Smadar 4 June, Artists: Sheffi, Smadar 4 June, Zur, Ouzi 4 June, Artists: Sheffi, Smadar 8 June, Burg, Avital 9 June, Artists: Burg, Avital 9 June, Yahav, Gallia 10 June, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 11 June, A wooden horse and a golden calf Haaretz - Guide, English Author: Sheffi, Smadar 11 June, Artists: Karpel, Dalia 11 June, Zur, Ouzi 11 June, Artists: Gilerman, Dana 15 June, Yahav, Gallia 17 June, Artists: Where there''s a wheel, there''s a way Haaretz - Weekend, English Author: Handelzalts, Michael 18 June, Makor Rishon - Shabbat, Hebrew Author: Burg, Avital 23 June, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 23 June, The Zaritsky method Haaretz, English Author: Burg, Avital 24 June, Zohar HaTzafon, Hebrew 24 June, Armon Azoulay, Ellie 25 June, Sheffi, Smadar 25 June, Zafon 1, Hebrew 25 June, Artists: Stromberg, David 25 June, Artists: Amir, Yonatan 25 June, Gilerman, Dana 28 June, Dvir, Noam 30 June, Armon Azoulay, Ellie 1 July, Artists: Burg, Avital 1 July, Karpel, Dalia 2 July, Zur, Ouzi 2 July, Artists: Sheffi, Smadar 6 July, Artists: Gilerman, Dana 6 July, Burg, Avital 7 July, Artists: Burg, Avital 7 July, Yahav, Gallia 8 July, Sheffi, Smadar 9 July, Zur, Ouzi 9 July, Sheffi, Smadar 13 July, Artists: Gilerman, Dana 13 July, Artists: Calcalist, Hebrew 13 July, Yahav, Gallia 15 July, The human in the animal Haaretz - Guide, English Author: Sheffi, Smadar 16 July, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 16 July, Yediot Jerusalem, Hebrew 16 July, Artists: Zur, Ouzi 16 July, Artists: Gilerman, Dana 19 July, Amir, Yonatan 20 July, Artists: Burg, Avital 21 July, Amir, Yonatan 21 July, Esther Rubin, widow of iconic painter,dies at 99 Haaretz, English Author: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 22 July, Halutz, Doron 23 July, Artists: Cashman, Greer Fay 23 July, Amir, Yonatan 23 July, Artists: Burg, Avital 28 July, Artists: Burg, Avital 28 July, When damaged is beautiful Haaretz - Guide, English Author: Sheffi, Smadar 30 July, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 30 July, Zur, Ouzi 30 July, Artists: Sperber, David 31 July, Artists: Ofrat, Gideon 31 July, Abraham, Barbara 4 August, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 5 August, Artists: Amir, Yonatan 5 August, Artists: Self - aware virtuosity Haaretz - Guide, English Author: Sheffi, Smadar 6 August, Zur, Ouzi 6 August, Artists: Saar, Yuval 10 August, Gilerman, Dana 10 August, Burg, Avital 11 August, Burg, Avital 12 August, Yahav, Gallia 12 August, Artists: Sheffi, Smadar 13 August, Artists: Between a black square and Mt.

Nebo Haaretz - Guide, English Author: Sheffi, Smadar 13 August, Zur, Ouzi 13 August, On Mount Nevo Author: Levine, Angela 14 August, Sheffi, Smadar 17 August, Artists: Burg, Avital 18 August, Artists: Rauchwerger, Daniel 18 August, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 19 August, Artists: Rauchwerger, Daniel 19 August, Barak, Zuzana 20 August, Sheffi, Smadar 20 August, Zur, Ouzi 20 August, Artists: Sheffi, Smadar 24 August, Amir, Yonatan 24 August, Gilerman, Dana 25 August, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 26 August, Yahav, Gallia 26 August, Artists: Amir, Yonatan 27 August, Artists: Zur, Ouzi 27 August, Artists: Rank and File Haaretz, English Author: Ahren, Raphael 27 August, Rauchwerger, Daniel 1 September, Artists: Yedioth Ahronoth - 24 Hours, Hebrew Author: Rauchwerger, Daniel 2 September, Armon Azoulay, Ellie 2 September, Sheffi, Smadar 3 September, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 3 September, Zur, Ouzi 3 September, Artists: Rauchwerger, Daniel 6 September, Artists: Rauchwerger, Daniel 6 September, Armon Azoulay, Ellie 8 September, Direktor, Ruthi 8 September, Artists: Hameiri, Yham 8 September, Artists: Baar, Neria 10 September, Rauchwerger, Daniel 15 September, Artists: Sheffi, Smadar 16 September, Artists: Rauchwerger, Daniel 16 September, Artists: Yahav, Gallia 16 September, Artists: No escape Haaretz - Guide, English Author: Sheffi, Smadar 17 September, Artists: Hirshfeld, Ariel 17 September, Artists: Haaretz - Magazine, English Author: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 17 September, Burg, Avital 17 September, Armon Azoulay, Ellie 21 September, Artists: Amir, Yonatan 24 September, Artists: Zur, Ouzi 24 September, Rauchwerger, Daniel 27 September, Artists: Rauchwerger, Daniel 28 September, Artists: Sheffi, Smadar 28 September, Rauchwerger, Daniel 28 September, Armon Azoulay, Ellie 29 September, Zur, Ouzi 1 October, Artists: Efrati, Yael 4 October, Rauchwerger, Daniel 6 October, Artists: Rauchwerger, Daniel 7 October, Yahav, Gallia 7 October, Faded brushstrokes Haaretz - Weekend, English Author: Sheffi, Smadar 8 October, Armon Azoulay, Ellie 8 October, Yediot Karmiel, Hebrew Author: Sperber, David 8 October, Artists: Rauchwerger, Daniel 10 October, Sheffi, Smadar 12 October, Artists: Rauchwerger, Daniel 13 October, Artists: Amir, Yonatan 13 October, Artists: Rauchwerger, Daniel 14 October, Yahav, Gallia 14 October, Collapse of a dream Haaretz - Guide, English Author: Sheffi, Smadar 15 October, Hameiri, Yham 15 October, Artists: Hoffman, Carl 15 October, Artists: Zur, Ouzi 15 October, Artists: Haaretz Gallery, Hebrew 20 October, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 21 October, Yahav, Gallia 21 October, Artists: Sheffi, Smadar 22 October, Artists: Darkness made visible Haaretz - Magazine, English Author: Hameiri, Yham 22 October, Armon Azoulay, Ellie 22 October, Zur, Ouzi 22 October, Armon Azoulay, Ellie 25 October, Since the Industrial Revolution, the lethality of modern warfare has grown, World War I casualties were over 40 million and World War II casualties were over 70 million.

Violence includes those acts that result from a relationship, including threats and intimidation. Originally, the sodomy, which is derived from the story of Sodom. Sodomy laws in many countries criminalized these behaviors, and other disfavored sexual activities as well, in the Western world, many of these laws have been overturned or are not routinely enforced.

The term is derived from the Ecclesiastical Latin peccatum Sodomiticum or sin of Sodom, Genesis tells how God wished to destroy the sinful cities of Sodom and Gomorrah. Two angels are invited by Lot to take refuge with his family for the night, the men of Sodom surround Lots house and demand that he bring the messengers out so that they may know them. Lot protests that the messengers are his guests and offers the Sodomites his virgin daughters instead, then the angels strike the Sodomites blind, so that they wearied themselves to find the door.

In current usage, the term is used in law. Laws prohibiting sodomy were seen frequently in past Jewish, Christian, and Islamic civilizations, but the term has little modern usage outside Africa, Islamic countries, and these laws in the United States have been challenged and have sometimes been found unconstitutional or been replaced with different legislation. The same goes for the Polish sodomia, the Norwegian word sodomi carries both senses. In Danish, sodomi is rendered as unnatural carnal knowledge with someone of the sex or with animals.

Its direct reference is to Lot and a literal interpretation of the word is the practice of Lot. The word sod, a noun or verb used as an insult, is derived from sodomite and it is a general-purpose insult term for anyone the speaker dislikes without specific reference to their sexual behaviour. Sod is used as slang in the United Kingdom and Commonwealth and is mildly offensive. However, in New Zealand and Australia it is not considered offensive at all, but only coarse, because it is assumed, even if incorrect.

While religion and the law have had a role in the historical definition and punishment of sodomy, sodomitical texts present considerable opportunities for ambiguity. Sodomy is both a real occurrence and an imagined category, in the course of the eighteenth century, what is identifiable as sodomy often becomes identified with effeminacy, for example, or in opposition to a discourse of manliness.

The incest taboo is and has one of the most widespread of all cultural taboos. Most modern societies have laws regarding incest or social restrictions on closely consanguineous marriages, in societies where it is illegal, consensual adult incest is seen by some as a victimless crime. Some cultures extend the incest taboo to relatives with no consanguinity such as milk-siblings, stepsiblings, third-degree relatives on average share The children of incestuous relationships were regarded as illegitimate, and are still so regarded in some societies today, in most cases, the parents did not have the option to marry to remove that status, as incestuous marriages were, and are, normally also prohibited.

A common justification for prohibiting incest is avoiding inbreeding, a collection of genetic disorders suffered by the children of parents with a genetic relationship. But inbreeding is not the basis for the incest taboo for two reasons. First, most prohibitions on incest cover affinity relationships—that is, relationships created by marriage —as well as created by adoption.

And second, the incest taboo also applies to non-procreative sex—for example, some societies, such as the Balinese and some Inuit tribes, have different views about what constitutes illegal and immoral incest. However, sexual relations with a first-degree relative are almost universally forbidden, the English word incest is derived from the Latin incestus, which has a general meaning of impure, unchaste.

It was introduced into Middle English, both in the generic Latin sense and in the modern sense. In ancient China, first cousins with the surnames were not permitted to marry. Several of the Egyptian Pharaohs married their siblings and had children with them. For example, Tutankhamun married his half-sister Ankhesenamun, and was himself the child of an union between Akhenaten and an unidentified sister-wife. It is now accepted that sibling marriages were widespread among all classes in Egypt during the Graeco-Roman period.

Numerous papyri and the Roman census declarations attest to many husbands and wives being brother and sister, in the sequel to Oedipus, Antigone, his four children are also punished for their parents incestuousness.

Incest appears in the accepted version of the birth of Adonis. The arousal system involves many different neural systems, when these systems are in action, the receiving neural areas become sensitive and responsive to incoming signals, producing alertness and cortical activity. Arousal is important in regulating consciousness, attention, alertness, and it is a crucial for motivating certain behaviours, such as mobility, the pursuit of nutrition, the fight-or-flight response and sexual activity.

It is also important in emotion and has included in theories such as the James-Lange theory of emotion. According to Hans Eysenck, differences in baseline arousal level lead people to be extraverts or introverts, the Yerkes-Dodson law states that an optimal level of arousal for performance exists, and too little or too much arousal can adversely affect task performance. One interpretation of the Yerkes-Dodson Law is the Easterbrook cue-utilisation hypothesis, Easterbrook states that an increase of arousal decreases the number of cues that can be used.

The arousal system involves many different neural systems, when stimulated, these systems produce cortical activity and alertness.

The noradrenergic system is a bundle of axons that originate in the locus coeruleus and ascends up into the neocortex, limbic system, most of the neurons are projected to the posterior cortex which is important with sensory information, and alertness. The activation of the locus coeruleus and release of norepinephrine causes wakefulness, the neurons that project into the basal forebrain impact cholinergic neurons that results in a flood of acetylcholine into the cerebral cortex.

The acetylcholinergic system has its neurons located in the pons and in the basal forebrain, stimulation of these neurons result in cortical activity, shown from EEG records, and alertness. All of the other four neurotransmitters play a role in activating the acetylcholine neurons, another arousal system, the dopaminergic system, releases dopamine produced by the substantia nigra.

The neurons arise in the ventral tegmental area in the midbrain, and projects to the nucleus accumbens, the forebrain, limbic system. The limbic system is important for control of mood, and the nucleus accumbens signal excitement, the path terminating in the prefrontal cortex is important in regulating motor movements, especially reward oriented movements.

The serotonergic system has almost all of its serotonergic neurons originating in the raphe nuclei and this system projects to the limbic system and the prefrontal cortex. Stimulation of these axons and release of serotonin causes cortical arousal and impacts locomotion, the neurons of the histamergenic system are in the tuberomammillary nucleus of the hypothalamus.

These neurons send pathways to the cortex, thalamus, and the basal forebrain. All of these systems are linked and show similar redundancy, the pathways described are ascending pathways, but there also arousal pathways that descend. One example is the preoptic area, which release GABA reuptake inhibitors. It is a judgment of oneself as well as an attitude toward the self, Self-esteem encompasses beliefs about oneself, as well as emotional states, such as triumph, despair, pride, and shame.

Smith and Mackie defined it by saying The self-concept is what we think about the self, self-esteem, is the positive or negative evaluations of the self, Self-esteem can apply specifically to a particular dimension or a global extent. Psychologists usually regard self-esteem as a personality characteristic, though normal.

Synonyms or near-synonyms of self-esteem include, self-worth, self-regard, self-respect, the identification of self-esteem as a distinct psychological construct is thought to have its origins in the work of philosopher and psychologist, William James.

James identified multiple dimensions of the self, with two levels of hierarchy, processes of knowing and the knowledge about the self. Observation about the self and storage of those observations by the I-self create three types of knowledge, which account for the Me-self, according to James.

These are the material self, social self, and spiritual self, the social self comes closest to self-esteem, comprising all characteristics recognized by others.

The material self consists of representations of the body and possessions, and this view of self-esteem as the collection of an individuals attitudes toward oneself remains today. Behaviorism placed the human being as a subject to reinforcements.

As a consequence, clinical trials on self-esteem were overlooked, since considered the idea less liable to rigorous measurement. In the midth century, the rise of phenomenology and humanistic psychology led to renewed interest in self-esteem, Self-esteem then took a central role in personal self-actualization and in the treatment of psychic disorders. Psychologists started to consider the relationship between psychotherapy and the satisfaction of a person with high self-esteem as useful to the field.

Self-esteem may, in fact, be one of the most essential core self-evaluation dimensions because it is the value one feels about oneself as a person.

The importance of self-esteem has gained endorsement from some government and non-government groups starting around the s and this movement can be used as an example of promising evidence that psychological research can have an effect on forming public policy.

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Armon Azoulay, Ellie 17 September, Yahav, Gallia 26 August, Artists: Yediot Karmiel, Hebrew Author: Burg, Avital 2 June, Sheffi, Smadar 27 April, Artists: The neurons arise in the ventral tegmental area in the midbrain, and projects to the nucleus accumbens, the forebrain, limbic. Since the Industrial Revolution, the lethality of modern warfare has grown, World War I casualties were over 40 million and World War II casualties were over 70 million. סרטי סקס אלימים סקס זקן All of these systems are linked and show similar redundancy, the pathways described are ascending pathways, but there also arousal pathways זונה שחורה מורה לסבית descend. Sheffi, Smadar 30 July, Artists: Sheffi, Smadar 16 March, Rauchwerger, Daniel 12 January, Artists: Rauchwerger, Daniel 19 August, The material self consists of representations of the body and possessions, and this view of self-esteem as the collection of an individuals attitudes toward oneself remains today.

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Rauchwerger, Daniel 23 December, Sheffi, Smadar 12 February, Armon Azoulay, Ellie 4 January,

Burg, Avital 18 March, Armon Azoulay, Ellie 18 March, Yahav, Gallia 18 March, Lori, Aviva 19 March, Sheffi, Smadar 19 March, Artists: Paraszczuk, Joanna 19 March, Artists: Yediot Rishon, Hebrew Author: Yediot Jerusalem - supplement, Hebrew Author: Zur, Ouzi 19 March, Amir, Yonatan 19 March, Burg, Avital 24 March, Burg, Avital 24 March, Artists: At Magazine, Hebrew Author: Gilerman, Dana 24 March, Artists: Pnai Plus, Hebrew Author: Saar, Yuval 25 March, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 25 March, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 26 March, Art Haaretz - Guide, English 26 March, Kolbo - City Mouse, Hebrew Author: Yedioth Ahronoth - 7 Leilot, Hebrew Author: Yedioth Ahronoth, Hebrew Author: Anderman, Nirit 28 March, Armon Azoulay, Ellie 2 April, Saar, Yuval 2 April, Art Haaretz - Guide, English 2 April, Yedioth Holon, Hebrew Author: Sheffi, Smadar 2 April, Artists: Zur, Ouzi 2 April, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 4 April, Gilerman, Dana 6 April, Armon Azoulay, Ellie 8 April, Artists: Yahav, Gallia 8 April, Artists: Burg, Avital 8 April, Gilerman, Dana 8 April, Artists: Sheffi, Smadar 9 April, Artists: Levine, Angela 9 April, Burg, Avital 11 April, Gilerman, Dana 12 April, Heller, Aron 13 April, Burg, Avital 14 April, Amir, Yonatan 14 April, Armon Azoulay, Ellie 14 April, Gilerman, Dana 14 April, Armon Azoulay, Ellie 15 April, Rauchwerger, Daniel 15 April, Sheffi, Smadar 16 April, Beyond truth and fiction Haaretz - Guide, English Author: Sheffi, Smadar 16 April, Artists: Zur, Ouzi 16 April, Artists: Burg, Avital 22 April, Leshem, Elie 23 April, Artists: Sheffi, Smadar 27 April, Artists: Sheffi, Smadar 30 April, Artists: Amir, Yonatan 30 April, Sheffi, Smadar 30 April, Into the light Haaretz, English Author: Peretz, Lisa 30 April, Beck, Jonathan 2 May, Burg, Avital 2 May, Armon Azoulay, Ellie 4 May, Amir, Yonatan 4 May, Armon Azoulay, Ellie 5 May, Artists: Burg, Avital 5 May, Sheffi, Smadar 7 May, Artists: Room with a view Haaretz - Guide, English Author: Hoffman, Carl 7 May, Ben Ami, Yuval 7 May, Zur, Ouzi 7 May, Haaretz - Culture and literature, Hebrew Author: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 11 May, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 11 May, Sheffi, Smadar 12 May, Artists: Burg, Avital 12 May, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 13 May, Artists: Burg, Avital 13 May, City Mouse, Hebrew Author: Sobelman, Alana 14 May, Artists: Sheffi, Smadar 18 May, Artists: Amir, Yonatan 20 May, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 21 May, Burg, Avital 21 May, Zur, Ouzi 21 May, Artists: Israeli artist wins prestigious U.

Burg, Avital 24 May, Armon Azoulay, Ellie 25 May, Artists: Sheffi, Smadar 25 May, Artists: Gilerman, Dana 25 May, Burg, Avital 25 May, Artists: Burg, Avital 26 May, Alon, Ketzia 26 May, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 27 May, Yahav, Gallia 27 May, Artists: Burg, Avital 27 May, Sheffi, Smadar 28 May, Hirshfeld, Ariel 28 May, Amir, Yonatan 28 May, Artists: Haaretz Gallery, Hebrew 31 May, Artists: Haaretz Gallery, Hebrew 1 June, Artists: Burg, Avital 2 June, Gilerman, Dana 2 June, Artists: Burg, Avital 3 June, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 3 June, Artists: Yahav, Gallia 3 June, Artists: Amir, Yonatan 3 June, Sheffi, Smadar 4 June, Artists: Sheffi, Smadar 4 June, Zur, Ouzi 4 June, Artists: Sheffi, Smadar 8 June, Burg, Avital 9 June, Artists: Burg, Avital 9 June, Yahav, Gallia 10 June, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 11 June, A wooden horse and a golden calf Haaretz - Guide, English Author: Sheffi, Smadar 11 June, Artists: Karpel, Dalia 11 June, Zur, Ouzi 11 June, Artists: Gilerman, Dana 15 June, Yahav, Gallia 17 June, Artists: Where there''s a wheel, there''s a way Haaretz - Weekend, English Author: Handelzalts, Michael 18 June, Makor Rishon - Shabbat, Hebrew Author: Burg, Avital 23 June, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 23 June, The Zaritsky method Haaretz, English Author: Burg, Avital 24 June, Zohar HaTzafon, Hebrew 24 June, Armon Azoulay, Ellie 25 June, Sheffi, Smadar 25 June, Zafon 1, Hebrew 25 June, Artists: Stromberg, David 25 June, Artists: Amir, Yonatan 25 June, Gilerman, Dana 28 June, Dvir, Noam 30 June, Armon Azoulay, Ellie 1 July, Artists: Burg, Avital 1 July, Karpel, Dalia 2 July, Zur, Ouzi 2 July, Artists: Sheffi, Smadar 6 July, Artists: Gilerman, Dana 6 July, Burg, Avital 7 July, Artists: Burg, Avital 7 July, Yahav, Gallia 8 July, Sheffi, Smadar 9 July, Zur, Ouzi 9 July, Sheffi, Smadar 13 July, Artists: Gilerman, Dana 13 July, Artists: Calcalist, Hebrew 13 July, Yahav, Gallia 15 July, The human in the animal Haaretz - Guide, English Author: Sheffi, Smadar 16 July, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 16 July, Yediot Jerusalem, Hebrew 16 July, Artists: Zur, Ouzi 16 July, Artists: Gilerman, Dana 19 July, Amir, Yonatan 20 July, Artists: Burg, Avital 21 July, Amir, Yonatan 21 July, Esther Rubin, widow of iconic painter,dies at 99 Haaretz, English Author: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 22 July, Halutz, Doron 23 July, Artists: Cashman, Greer Fay 23 July, Amir, Yonatan 23 July, Artists: Burg, Avital 28 July, Artists: Burg, Avital 28 July, When damaged is beautiful Haaretz - Guide, English Author: Sheffi, Smadar 30 July, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 30 July, Zur, Ouzi 30 July, Artists: Sperber, David 31 July, Artists: Ofrat, Gideon 31 July, Abraham, Barbara 4 August, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 5 August, Artists: Amir, Yonatan 5 August, Artists: Self - aware virtuosity Haaretz - Guide, English Author: Sheffi, Smadar 6 August, Zur, Ouzi 6 August, Artists: Saar, Yuval 10 August, Gilerman, Dana 10 August, Burg, Avital 11 August, Burg, Avital 12 August, Yahav, Gallia 12 August, Artists: Sheffi, Smadar 13 August, Artists: Between a black square and Mt.

Nebo Haaretz - Guide, English Author: Sheffi, Smadar 13 August, Zur, Ouzi 13 August, On Mount Nevo Author: Levine, Angela 14 August, Sheffi, Smadar 17 August, Artists: Burg, Avital 18 August, Artists: Rauchwerger, Daniel 18 August, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 19 August, Artists: Rauchwerger, Daniel 19 August, Barak, Zuzana 20 August, Sheffi, Smadar 20 August, Zur, Ouzi 20 August, Artists: Sheffi, Smadar 24 August, Amir, Yonatan 24 August, Gilerman, Dana 25 August, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 26 August, Yahav, Gallia 26 August, Artists: Amir, Yonatan 27 August, Artists: Zur, Ouzi 27 August, Artists: Rank and File Haaretz, English Author: Ahren, Raphael 27 August, Rauchwerger, Daniel 1 September, Artists: Yedioth Ahronoth - 24 Hours, Hebrew Author: Rauchwerger, Daniel 2 September, Armon Azoulay, Ellie 2 September, Sheffi, Smadar 3 September, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 3 September, Zur, Ouzi 3 September, Artists: Rauchwerger, Daniel 6 September, Artists: Rauchwerger, Daniel 6 September, Armon Azoulay, Ellie 8 September, Direktor, Ruthi 8 September, Artists: Hameiri, Yham 8 September, Artists: Baar, Neria 10 September, Rauchwerger, Daniel 15 September, Artists: Sheffi, Smadar 16 September, Artists: Rauchwerger, Daniel 16 September, Artists: Yahav, Gallia 16 September, Artists: The incest taboo is and has one of the most widespread of all cultural taboos.

Most modern societies have laws regarding incest or social restrictions on closely consanguineous marriages, in societies where it is illegal, consensual adult incest is seen by some as a victimless crime. Some cultures extend the incest taboo to relatives with no consanguinity such as milk-siblings, stepsiblings, third-degree relatives on average share The children of incestuous relationships were regarded as illegitimate, and are still so regarded in some societies today, in most cases, the parents did not have the option to marry to remove that status, as incestuous marriages were, and are, normally also prohibited.

A common justification for prohibiting incest is avoiding inbreeding, a collection of genetic disorders suffered by the children of parents with a genetic relationship. But inbreeding is not the basis for the incest taboo for two reasons. First, most prohibitions on incest cover affinity relationships—that is, relationships created by marriage —as well as created by adoption. And second, the incest taboo also applies to non-procreative sex—for example, some societies, such as the Balinese and some Inuit tribes, have different views about what constitutes illegal and immoral incest.

However, sexual relations with a first-degree relative are almost universally forbidden, the English word incest is derived from the Latin incestus, which has a general meaning of impure, unchaste. It was introduced into Middle English, both in the generic Latin sense and in the modern sense.

In ancient China, first cousins with the surnames were not permitted to marry. Several of the Egyptian Pharaohs married their siblings and had children with them. For example, Tutankhamun married his half-sister Ankhesenamun, and was himself the child of an union between Akhenaten and an unidentified sister-wife. It is now accepted that sibling marriages were widespread among all classes in Egypt during the Graeco-Roman period.

Numerous papyri and the Roman census declarations attest to many husbands and wives being brother and sister, in the sequel to Oedipus, Antigone, his four children are also punished for their parents incestuousness.

Incest appears in the accepted version of the birth of Adonis. The arousal system involves many different neural systems, when these systems are in action, the receiving neural areas become sensitive and responsive to incoming signals, producing alertness and cortical activity. Arousal is important in regulating consciousness, attention, alertness, and it is a crucial for motivating certain behaviours, such as mobility, the pursuit of nutrition, the fight-or-flight response and sexual activity.

It is also important in emotion and has included in theories such as the James-Lange theory of emotion. According to Hans Eysenck, differences in baseline arousal level lead people to be extraverts or introverts, the Yerkes-Dodson law states that an optimal level of arousal for performance exists, and too little or too much arousal can adversely affect task performance.

One interpretation of the Yerkes-Dodson Law is the Easterbrook cue-utilisation hypothesis, Easterbrook states that an increase of arousal decreases the number of cues that can be used. The arousal system involves many different neural systems, when stimulated, these systems produce cortical activity and alertness. The noradrenergic system is a bundle of axons that originate in the locus coeruleus and ascends up into the neocortex, limbic system, most of the neurons are projected to the posterior cortex which is important with sensory information, and alertness.

The activation of the locus coeruleus and release of norepinephrine causes wakefulness, the neurons that project into the basal forebrain impact cholinergic neurons that results in a flood of acetylcholine into the cerebral cortex. The acetylcholinergic system has its neurons located in the pons and in the basal forebrain, stimulation of these neurons result in cortical activity, shown from EEG records, and alertness. All of the other four neurotransmitters play a role in activating the acetylcholine neurons, another arousal system, the dopaminergic system, releases dopamine produced by the substantia nigra.

The neurons arise in the ventral tegmental area in the midbrain, and projects to the nucleus accumbens, the forebrain, limbic system. The limbic system is important for control of mood, and the nucleus accumbens signal excitement, the path terminating in the prefrontal cortex is important in regulating motor movements, especially reward oriented movements.

The serotonergic system has almost all of its serotonergic neurons originating in the raphe nuclei and this system projects to the limbic system and the prefrontal cortex.

Stimulation of these axons and release of serotonin causes cortical arousal and impacts locomotion, the neurons of the histamergenic system are in the tuberomammillary nucleus of the hypothalamus. These neurons send pathways to the cortex, thalamus, and the basal forebrain. All of these systems are linked and show similar redundancy, the pathways described are ascending pathways, but there also arousal pathways that descend. One example is the preoptic area, which release GABA reuptake inhibitors.

It is a judgment of oneself as well as an attitude toward the self, Self-esteem encompasses beliefs about oneself, as well as emotional states, such as triumph, despair, pride, and shame. Smith and Mackie defined it by saying The self-concept is what we think about the self, self-esteem, is the positive or negative evaluations of the self, Self-esteem can apply specifically to a particular dimension or a global extent.

Psychologists usually regard self-esteem as a personality characteristic, though normal. Synonyms or near-synonyms of self-esteem include, self-worth, self-regard, self-respect, the identification of self-esteem as a distinct psychological construct is thought to have its origins in the work of philosopher and psychologist, William James.

James identified multiple dimensions of the self, with two levels of hierarchy, processes of knowing and the knowledge about the self. Observation about the self and storage of those observations by the I-self create three types of knowledge, which account for the Me-self, according to James.

These are the material self, social self, and spiritual self, the social self comes closest to self-esteem, comprising all characteristics recognized by others.

The material self consists of representations of the body and possessions, and this view of self-esteem as the collection of an individuals attitudes toward oneself remains today. Behaviorism placed the human being as a subject to reinforcements. As a consequence, clinical trials on self-esteem were overlooked, since considered the idea less liable to rigorous measurement. In the midth century, the rise of phenomenology and humanistic psychology led to renewed interest in self-esteem, Self-esteem then took a central role in personal self-actualization and in the treatment of psychic disorders.

Psychologists started to consider the relationship between psychotherapy and the satisfaction of a person with high self-esteem as useful to the field. Self-esteem may, in fact, be one of the most essential core self-evaluation dimensions because it is the value one feels about oneself as a person.

The importance of self-esteem has gained endorsement from some government and non-government groups starting around the s and this movement can be used as an example of promising evidence that psychological research can have an effect on forming public policy.

The underlying idea of the movement was that low self-esteem was the root of the problem for individuals, making it the root of societal problems, Self-esteem was believed to be a cultural phenomenon of Western individualistic societies since low self-esteem was not occurring in collectivist countries such as Japan.

Vasconcellos argued that this force could combat many of the states problems from crime and teen pregnancy to school underachievement. He compared increasing self-esteem to giving out a vaccine for a disease, the task force created committees in many California counties and compiled a committee of scholars to review the available literature on self-esteem.

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Journal of the American Medical Association, , American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, , What determines post-traumatic stress disorder symptomatology for survivors of childhood sexual abuse? Violence includes those acts that result from a relationship, including threats and intimidation 2.

Sodomy is both a real occurrence and an imagined category, in the course of the eighteenth century, what is identifiable as sodomy often becomes identified with effeminacy, for example, or in opposition to a discourse of manliness 3. Incest appears in the accepted version of the birth of Adonis 4. One example is the preoptic area, which release GABA reuptake inhibitors 5. Massacre of Polish civilians during Nazi occupation of Poland , The Kids off the Block memorial featuring hundreds of simple stone blocks, one for each child killed by violence in Roseland, Chicago.

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