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Psychology Around the Net: March 4, 2017 It’s that time again, sweet readers! Let’s catch up on the latest mental health-related news around the ‘net including the habits that build a strong relationship, the pros and cons of patients’ having access to their doctors’ notes, a new video game about depression, and … ...
How to Overcome Math Anxiety A major international study looks at the relationship between math performance and math anxiety around the world.
Bored in the U.S.A. Psychologists studying boredom have formed some surprising conclusions about why we get bored and the role that it plays in how we think and behave.
Brain Scans When Mom’s Not Around: Teenage Risk Edition... Have you ever heard about something your teenage son or daughter has done and said to yourself, “What were they thinking?!” You are definitely not alone. Whether it be acting … ...
Mindful Emotional Eating: Review positivepsychologyprogram.com published a list of 50 best mindfulness books; it’s broken down into categories: my book on mindful emotional eating – Mindful Emotional Eating – is in included with the … ...
10 Intentions to Make Life More Meaningful One Day... True, life does not always turn out the way you want. It’s also true, however, that even though there are parts you cannot control, you are completely in control of … ...
12 Intentions to Make Life More Meaningful One Day... True, life may not always turn out the way you want; it can, however, be more amazing than you’d ever imagined. This too is true. The real question is: which of one these truths … ...
Here’s How to Tell if You’re Using Love as a Fix Do you resort to manipulation in order to hold onto your partner? Is your relationship frequently chaotic? If so, you may be using love as a fix. For many people in recovery, it can be subtle — but very possible — to substitute one addiction … ...
Get Rid of Your Teen The title is a bit of an overstatement. However, there are some good reason to consider giving your adolescent a taste of independence. Throughout recorded history, children were often sent … ...
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Non-Judgment Day What if beauty is a quality of being, a verb not a noun?
Thoreau: The Video Game A video game based on "Walden" offers a virtual walk in the woods, even as it contradicts the spirit of Thoreau's book.
Tool helps evaluate likely outcomes for elderly patients with traumatic brain injury Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is the leading cause of death for people age 45 and younger in the United States, but, as people live longer, this type of injury is becoming more prevalent in those 75 and older. Treatment and recovery of the elderly population is even more challenging for physicians and other caregivers because these patients are more likely to have other health issues that can complicate their recovery and rehabilitation.
An Immigration Phenomena: The Effects of Forced Migration... And if there was one bitter lesson the times had taught all those “hunted down and forced into exile at a time hostile to all art and all collections, then it is the art of saying goodbye to everything that was once our pride and … ...
What Is an Anxious Attachment Style and How Can... In my last post, What’s my Attachment Style and Why Does it Matter?, I gave you an overview of the three primary attachment styles (secure, anxious, and avoidant) and how … ...
Functional brain training alleviates chemotherapy-induced peripheral nerve damage in cancer survivor A type of functional brain training known as neurofeedback shows promise in reducing symptoms of chemotherapy-induced nerve damage, or neuropathy in cancer survivors, according to a study that is the largest to date to determine the benefits of neurofeedback in cancer survivors.
Alternate Facts and Schizophrenia Most of us know what it is like to hear the roar of a waterfall or a fast moving river. Most people do not know what it is like to … ...
My Future’s So Bright I learned, a long time ago, that nothing is ever so bad that it can’t get better. I also learned a long time ago that when things get better, the … ...
Bipolar Medication Mindfulness Living with bipolar disorder often means taking medications regularly. That alone is a tough pill to swallow. Finding the right medicine “cocktail” often involves a month (or longer) journey of … ...
Precise technique tracks dopamine in the brain Researchers have devised a way to measure dopamine in the brain much more precisely than previously possible, which should allow scientists to gain insight into dopamine's roles in learning, memory, and emotion.