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Your Personality Traits Are Revealed By The Way You Move People prefer to interact with others who move in the same way as they do. ** PsyBlog's new ebook is out now: "Spark: 17 Steps That Will Boost Your Motivation For Anything" **
Building a Private Practice- Real Life Stories Featuring Jennifer... Here is the Interview with Jennifer Todd, LCSW, ACH: Miranda: Coming from ZynnyMe, and I am here with the awesome Jennifer Todd. She’s all the way out here from the East Coast, and yes, I’m still in Seattle, as you can tell from the backdrop. … ...
In Love and Marriage, Practice Doesn’t Make Perfect We describe why having more partners before marriage doesn't lead to success in marriage, including the impact of having a model of the perfect sexual lover in your mind.
Is ADHD A Learning Disability? Introduction You may be wondering whether or not Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is a learning disability. The answer is no. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is not a learning disability. If … ...
Study Links This Sleep Problem To Suicidal Thoughts People with this sleep problem experienced defeat, entrapment, and hopelessness. ** PsyBlog's new ebook is out now: "Spark: 17 Steps That Will Boost Your Motivation For Anything" **
Mark Twain’s Advice on Anger: Move Your Acid!   For several years, I have poisoned myself with the indulgences offered by the world: drugs, booze, food, sex, etc. You name it and I’ve probably done (or want to … ...
How to Get a “Martini Mood” in 15 Seconds,... A brazen scientist and shameless self-experimentation with remarkable results… No, this isn’t a comic book – this is the story of Dr. Stuart Hameroff. Hameroff was interested in what would happen to our … ...
The Combined Type Introduction You may have heard of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Attention Deficit Disorder. However, there is a third type. It is called the Combined Type. A person with the … ...
4 Ways That Heavy Social Media Use May Lead To Depression How social media use is linked to depression and anxiety. ** PsyBlog's new ebook is out now: "Spark: 17 Steps That Will Boost Your Motivation For Anything" **
Psychoanalysis as Core Training When a person has a strong core, you’ll see it in how they live in their lives: with more patience, tolerance, self-control, courage, creativity, openness, and love.
Anatomy of pain Emotions consist of general components that are also elicited by similar impressions and specific components, report researchers. Previous studies have shown that the same brain structures -- namely the anterior insula and the cingulate cortex - are activated, irrespective of whether the pain is personally experienced or empathetic.
Study demonstrates possibility of changing behavior of the gaze by transcranial magnetic stimulation New work has shown that transcranial magnetic stimulation (noninvasive and painless) of the STS can selectively and transiently inhibit the subject's gaze into the eyes of the person speaking to them. It offers new therapeutic prospects for autistic patients precisely presenting anatomical and functional differences of the superior temporal sulcus.
Why ADHD in Women Looks Different Than in Men It is a misnomer that a disorder like attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) looks the same in everyone. While symptoms fit within a certain cluster or grouping, those symptom patterns may look very different between different people. For women with ADHD or ADD, symptoms of … ...
Should We Hide Our Feelings from Our Kids? Research suggests that suppressing negative emotions, as well as exaggerating positive feelings, can have a negative impact on our relationships with our kids.
What kinds of people think BS is profound? There are a lot of people in the world who want to impress us with what they know and with their ability to provide deep and meaningful insights into life.
Today I Love That Perfect Sky Today I love that perfect sky I woke to this morning. It has a thin layer of cloud that is like a shade that scatters the sunlight but doesn’t block … ...
Mandated Reporting or Jail? So hopefully I have your attention. I am going to be sharing with you one of the most important things you will need to know about reporting “suspected” child abuse. Why does this matter, other than, of course, “doing the right thing?” We are going … ...
Scientists offer new insight on rare genetic condition All children are screened for a host of conditions at birth, such as Phenylketonuria, a genetic disorder that is passed by mutated genes from both parents to their offspring. Currently the primary way to manage the disease is through a restricted diet. Now, researchers are using magnetic resonance imaging to learn more about the effects of this disorder on the brain and to assist scientists in developing therapeutic drugs.
International Military Psychology The rising importance of psychology to the military presents both new opportunities for psychologists and also raises a host of ethical and moral concerns.
Enhancing sleep after brain injury reduces brain damage, cognitive decline in rats Enhancing sleep after a head injury may help prevent some damage to brain cells, according to a study. Researchers found that enhancing the slow-wave cycle of sleep after head trauma minimized damage to axons -- the thin extensions that nerve cells use to send signals to other cells -- and helped preserve normal brain function.