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This blog curates the voices of the Division of Psychoanalysis of the American Psychological Association.
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Oran Hesterman, president and chief executive officer of Fair Food Network, was the commencement speaker.
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Military service personnel who suffer at least two mild traumatic brain injuries are far more likely to commit suicide or have suicidal thoughts than those who have one or fewer such injuries, according to research published online Wednesday in the journal JAMA Psychiatry .
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You probably feel pretty attached to your memories -- they're yours, after all. They define who you are and where you came from, your accomplishments and failures, your likes and dislikes.
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All hands were on deck to stage Stephen Sondheim's big Jungian beast of a fairy tale -- director of technical Theatre Jon Reeves, vocal director James Turner, orchestra director Thomas Evans, choreographer Kate Elizabeth-Leishman Yancho, a student cast of 26 and many others helped brought it to life.
Dr. John D. Damon is the CEO of Mississippi Children's Home Services in Jackson.
Dear Patti, My daughter, Hannah, had acute asthma as a toddler and was rushed to the hospital numerous times.
University of Otago vice-chancellor Prof Harlene Hayne has joined an Auckland-based collaborative grouping of scientists and clinicians focused on discovering the healthiest start to life for New Zealand's children.
In the early 1970s, psychologist David Rosenhan set out to answer a simple question: Can psychiatrists tell the sane from the insane? Rosenhan and seven other perfectly rational "pseudopatients" went to a dozen U.S. hospitals complaining that they were hearing voices.
Laura Martin McCord of Rome earned her doctorate in clinical psychology with a forensic concentration from the Florida Institute of Technology.
The Good Idea Fund and Drexel's Active Minds hosted an event May 13 for the first day of Mental Health Awareness Week with Tamar Chansky, a psychologist focused on anxiety disorders, who gave a lecture titled "Freeing Yourself from Anxiety: How to Not Let Stress Freak You Out or Worry Fake You Out of Doing What You Want." Throughout her ... (more)
EditorI wish to lend gentle counseling to the ignorant musings of Richard Feit and his thoughts on psychology.
Adults with epilepsy are more likely to have a greater number of characteristics of autism and Asperger syndrome, according to new research by the University of Bath, England.
Guilt trips are a form of verbal or nonverbal communication in which a guilt inducer tries to induce guilty feelings in a target in an effort to control their behavior.
The L.A. Connection is a venue where this couple performs ensemble improv regularly.
Editor's note: Stanford University psychology professor Nalini Ambady has leukemia and needs to find a matching bone marrow donor, most likely one of South Asian descent.