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Election Trauma It’s funny but I didn’t realize how much turmoil, stress, and anxiety I’ve been enduring till today. Election Day is tomorrow, and I find my anxiety to grow as we … ...
'Return-to-Learn' laws may not help students after concussions Laws requiring schools to give students extra help after a concussion, may stop short of giving kids the support they need to succeed.
After a suicide attempt, the risk of another try A minority of individuals receive the kind of treatment and attention needed to keep them from repeating a suicide attempt.
Cutting Off the Supply: The Good and Bad of... Cutting Off the Supply: The Good and Bad of Opioid Prescription Limits In October 2016, Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin proposed regulations that would limit the number of opioid-based prescriptions a … ...
The New Productive Workforce: Seniors The story of aging is no longer one of steady decline and decay
How Sleep Enhances Studying Research suggests that spreading your study time out helps you learn. Studies also suggest that sleep helps you learn. A new study explores what happens when you combine the two.
Slow and Steady Wins the Race “I long to accomplish a great and noble task, but it is my chief duty to accomplish small tasks as if they were great and noble.” – Helen Keller   … ...
How Does Birth Order Affect a Child? Does being a firstborn, middle child, last-born or only child have an effect on your personality, behavior, or even your intelligence? While this assertion has been challenged, our birth order is believed by many to have an enduring impact on our psychological development and adult … ...
How to spot a narcissist? By his anger… New research confirms that it’s not how a narcissist acts when things are going his way that’s revelatory but when things aren’t. It’s at that moment—when the hidden vulnerability of … ...
Narcissists Are Aggressive Jerks! Does self-love or self-hate underly aggression and violence?
Study identifies new biomarkers for Huntington's disease Researchers have identified several new biological markers to measure the progression of the inherited neurodegenerative disorder Huntington’s disease. Their findings could benefit clinical trials that test new treatments for the disease.
An Epidemic of Walls So it is the day before election day, and on my mind are…..walls. A few issues ago, Time magazine ran a brief article about walls, and all the different countries … ...
More Evidence Linking ADHD to Comorbid Conditions A study from researchers in New Zealand has added weight to the idea that people with ADHD are significantly more likely to have other mental health conditions that people without it. ADHD is a disorder marked by inattention, impulsivity and hyperactivity, but people with ADHD often have additional, “comorbid” conditions...
Why We Select Toxic Leaders Humans evolved in social hierarchies, and as a result we have significant cognitive resources devoted to identifying and then empowering potential leaders.
Diagnosis & Treatment of Bipolar Disorder TCPR: Dr. Baldassano, it’s great for generalist psychiatrists to talk to an expert in bipolar disorder because, let’s face it, it can be a tough and confusing diagnosis, and deciding on treatment isn’t always easy either. How much of your time is spent treating patients … ...
I Need An ADHD Break I have things to do. I have stuff going on in my life. I have problems, and projects, and hopes and dreams. I have things to do, to take care … ...
Snapping Self-compassion in Selfies (Video) A TEDx Talk about body image, self-compassion and selfies....
Today I Love Cool, Sweet Dawn’s Light Today I love cool, sweet dawn’s light and the auriferous way it seems to give me hope for the day that if nothing more, it will not lose the advantages … ...
Office Space: When the Nine to Five Feels Longer Welcome to the grown-up version of the principal’s office. “Matt, in here now. We need to talk. Immediately,” my supervisor barked. Sheepishly, I shuffled in. Fearful of my supervisor’s explosive temper, I cowered in his corner office. “Sit down,” he grunted. I braced for Hurricane … ...
ISTJ Personality Type [Inspector, Investigator, Trustee, Realist] ISTJ personality type makes up about 10-14 percent of the general population. This page offers a detailed overview of ISTJ personality profile, including work, leadership style, marriage, relationships and more.