John B. Watson (1878-1958): Presented "Psychology as the Behaviorist Views It" as a lecture at Columbia University in 1913; which become known forever as the "behaviorist manifesto" and bestowed on Watson the title of "father of behaviorism."
Princess Marie Bonaparte of Greece with book. From the USA Library of Congress Bain collection. Wife, mother, Royal Princess, great-great niece of Napoleon Bonaparte, friend and rescuer of Sigmund Freud, and psychoanalyst. These are just some of the roles that Marie Bonaparte (1882-1962) played during her eighty-years on the planet. She was also passionate, glamorous, reckless, intelligent and wealthy. Her enthusiasms in life were for sex, her chow dogs, and Sigmund Freud.
50% Passionate, 50% Logical Your heart is perfectly balanced! While most people find it challenging to balance the divisions in their heart, you've managed to find the perfect harmony between logic and love! You long for deep and meaningful connections with your loved ones, but you know that love is blind and it is important to think logically when it comes to matters of the heart.
The unique energy of each type: INFJs have a very intense energy that often draws people in. They are caring and internal individuals. Because INFJs have such an active inner world, it causes them to have a very intriguing energy about them. People are often drawn towards the INFJs kindness and uniqueness. They are very good at understanding others and often absorb their surroundings like a sponge. They can read others emotions very well and are good at subconsciously putting…