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  1. Report questions role of wealth in Lanza's careRead the original story

    Yesterday | New Jersey Herald

    ... when presented with treatment options suggested by school service providers, said Suniya Luthar, a professor of Psychology at Arizona State University, who has written extensively on the topic of affluence and mental health. Deferring to those ...

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  2. Report questions role of wealth in Lanza's careRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Republic

    ... when presented with treatment options suggested by school service providers, said Suniya Luthar, a professor of Psychology at Arizona State University, who has written extensively on the topic of affluence and mental health. Deferring to those ...

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  3. College tutor started there at 2nd grade levelRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Norwalk Citizen News

    ... Anatomy, and Physiology. In 2010 she earned an associate's degree in general education with a concentration on Psychology. She remains close to her mother and her father, crediting them and all her teachers, tutors and advisors with helping her to ...

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  4. Market MoverHURRY Up for the Wall Street ExpressRead the original story

    Yesterday | American Reporter

    ... who could tell the king when he was making an ass of himself. In his last long interview, with Jay Dixit of the Psychology Today website, he talked about being a young comedian and recognizing himself in the writing of Arthur Koestler: "The jester ...

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  5. Child predator hearing held without suspectRead the original story

    Yesterday | Altoona Mirror

    Blair County Judge Timothy M. Sullivan held a Megan's Law hearing in absentia Friday for a Logan Township man who has been on the run since mid-October when he failed to report to the Blair County Prison to serve a 10-month sentence for indecent assault against two children. John Knab, 52, of 1318 Windbrook St. was sentenced by Sullivan in August to spend 10-24 months in prison after he pleaded guilty to abusing two young girls several years ago.

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  6. Assistant / Associate Professor, Computational NeuroscienceRead the original story

    Yesterday | Nature Neuroscience

    The Department of Psychology at Arizona State University invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the Assistant or Associate Professor level with expertise in Computational Neuroscience. Rank and tenure status will be commensurate with experience.

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  7. 200,000 bail for child-rape accusedRead the original story

    Yesterday | Trinadad Express

    Tobago rape accused, Jelani Arthur, 19, was yesterday granted $200,000 bail with surety. Arthur, of Patience Hill, appeared before Magistrate Michael Broomes at the Scarborough Magistrates' Court on four sex charges against an eight-year old-pupil, crimes he allegedly committed at the girl's primary school last Tuesday.

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  8. in Re: Detention of John NewRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | FindLaw

    IN RE: DETENTION OF John NEW, Jr. The People of the State of Illinois, Appellant, v. John New, Jr., Appellee.

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  9. Column: How to simplify college football's newest postseason messRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Lebanon Daily News

    Last winter, we all bid an overdue adieu to the BCS system and welcomed our new four-team playoff with open arms, for it was going to end all controversy and rightfully declare a champion. Right? This season, weekly reveals of the College Football Playoff Selection Committee's rankings have brought on more circular arguments, misinformed metrics discussions and misplaced credit and criticism to teams than ever before.

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  10. Those diet drinks arena t a weight-loss programRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Miami Herald

    Humans are naturally attracted to sweet tastes. It has been suggested that early humans found sweetness appealing because it was a way to detect whether a food was safe to eat.

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  11. How Much Does the Language We Speak Shape Our Identity?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Psychology Today

    ... divide. I lived first in Switzerland, and then in Italy. I went on to France where I eventually did my studies in psychology and finally to America, the country that George Bernard Shaw famously said is separated from England by a common language . ...

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  12. A patient-centered network approach to multidisciplinary-guideline development: a process evaluationRead the original story

    Friday | CiteULike

    BACKGROUND:Guideline development and uptake are still suboptimal; they focus on clinical aspects of diseases rather than on improving the integration of care. We used a patient-centered network approach to develop five harmonized guidelines around clinical pathways in fertility care.

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  13. Why Every Estimate for Apple Watch Sales in 2015 is Completely WrongRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Mac Observer

    ... number that Apple will be able to build, sapphire ability, impact of price points, the state of the economy, the psychology of the customer, number of iPhones in the market place (see page 2 below), the effects of less expensive products from ...

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  14. Terrell Jones receives posthumous service awardRead the original story

    Friday | PressReleasePoint

    ... on the subject of cultural diversity. He was an affiliate faculty member in the Department of Educational Psychology, Counseling and Special Education at Penn State, and taught courses on race relations and cross-cultural counseling. He was a board ...

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  15. How To Pick A Job That Will Keep Your Brain HealthyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Forbes.com

    ... almost all Scottish kids that age completed something called the Scottish Mental Survey. Alan Gow, a lecturer in psychology and one of the readers, told the Journal that to test memory, the researchers asked the subjects to do things like repeat ...

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  16. Lewis Hamilton faces F1 equivalent of defending a 1-0 lead in...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Daily Mail

    Lewis Hamilton faces F1 equivalent of defending a 1-0 lead in football for 90 minutes.... keep cool in Abu Dhabi and the title is his, but Nico Rosberg is lurking It has never been easy to fathom the inner workings of Lewis Hamilton's mind, yet it has rarely been harder, or more pertinent, to do so than here in the dry heat of the desert. There was a growing consensus among us amateur paddock psychologists that almost the only man who can beat Hamilton in the title-deciding Abu Dhabi Grand Prix is Hamilton himself.

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  17. People Move Less in Extreme Weather, Jawbone Tracker FindsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | LiveScience

    ... Scholastic, Popular Science and The New York Times. Laura grew up in Seattle and studied English literature and psychology at Washington University in St. Louis before completing her graduate degree in science writing at NYU. When not writing, ...

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  18. SBCC Appoints New Directors Claudia Johnson and Julie SamsonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Noozhawk

    ... it time and cost effective to launch business in 90 days or less. Samson received her bachelor of arts degree in psychology from the University of Colorado-Boulder and her master's degree in professional communication, technical writing/training and ...

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  19. Visa change pleases studentsRead the original story

    Friday | China Daily

    Wang Zixuan, a 22-year-old PhD candidate in clinical psychology at George Washington University, was at the university's library when she learned about the announcement of the new visa policy between China and the US. "Over the past week, this was the most heated topic.

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  20. E-Cigarettes Significantly Reduce Tobacco CravingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | RedOrbit

    ... we introduced the e-cigs," concluded Professor Frank Baeyens and postdoctoral researcher Dinska Van Gucht of the Psychology of Learning and Experimental Psychopathology Unit. "With guidance on practical use, the nicotine e-cig offers many smokers a ...

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