The latest trend in Bush Administration criticism is the reemergence of the Bush bubble myth. This myth, originating in the earliest stereotypes of Mr. Bush, views the president passing his days in a comfortable womb of like-minded people cut off from and uninterested in the world at large, going about his imperious ways with no […]
Our recall of familiar objects - like the Apple logo - may not be as accurate as we think - A study that tested ability to recall the Apple logo, found only 1 out of 85 participants was able to draw it correctly, despite many being confident they would be able to do so.
Why good solutions make us oblivious to the better ones - Psychologists have known about the so-called Einstellung effect since the 1940s. Now researchers are developing a solid understanding of how the phenomenon works.
High-fat diet alters behavior and produces signs of brain inflammation - Can the consumption of fatty foods change your behavior and your brain?High-fat diets have long been known to increase the risk for medical problems, including heart disease and stroke, but...
Perceived open-mindedness explains religion-based dating - Across a number of faiths and cultures, people tend to date and marry others who share their religious beliefs.
Stereotypes lower math performance in women, but effects go unrecognized, IU study finds - A new study from Indiana University suggests that gender stereotypes about women's ability in mathematics negatively impact their performance.
People are hardwired to fall out of love and move onto new romantic relationships research review article suggests - A Saint Louis University research review article suggests people are hardwired to fall out of love and move onto new romantic relationships.
Mental health disorders complicate standards used by ACA to penalize hospitals for readmission - Co-existing psychiatric illness should be considered in assessing hospital readmissions for three common medical conditions used by Medicare and Medicaid to penalize hospitals with "excessive"...
New study examines dialectical behavior therapy for reducing suicide attempts - Different forms of dialectical behavior therapy - or DBT - equally reduce suicide attempts, self-injuries and suicidal thoughts, according to a new study.
£1.1m study to reduce cognitive problems in people with MS - Experts in Nottingham are leading a major new study into how people with multiple sclerosis (MS) could overcome problems with attention and memory associated to their condition.
April 26, 2006
A study was conducted by Tom Pyszczynski, professor, Psychology, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, Abdolhossein Abdollahi, professor, Psychology, Islamic Azad University, Zarand, Iran, Sheldon Solomon, professor, Psychology, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, N.Y., and Jeff Greenberg, professor, Psychology, University of Arizona, Tuscon. In this study both Iranian students and American students were questioned and were […]
March 11, 2006
Situations Facing People in Tokyo and Japan Do you find it is easier for Japanese to talk about their problems in English rather than Japanese? Yes, sometimes. This can be the case even with people of varying levels of fluency if they are given sufficient time to formulate what they want to express in their […]
Situations Facing People in Tokyo and Japan “I provide counseling to Japanese students who spend a semester abroad here. I was wondering if you have any information about the most common psychiatric or psychological problems facing young 18 – 20 year old women, in your experience”… Among the most common problems facing young women in […]
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Clinical psychology is the application of psychological theory and research to the alleviation of human problems in living. At one time, the term “mental illness” was used to describe the types of problems of interest to clinical psychologists, but this term no longer describes accurately the broad range of topics with which contemporary clinical psychologists […]
Welcome to CAPSâ€™ Private Practice Database. Please use this resource to search for private mental health care providers in the communities surrounding Penn State campuses. More…
The pressures of academic deadlines, worry about grades, juggling relationships and part time jobs can keep you â€œon your toesâ€. Throw in angst about figuring out who you are and where youâ€™re heading in life and itâ€™s a lot to deal with. A certain amount of anxiety can be expected for most students. For this […]
I am proud to introduce you to the University of Otago. As New Zealand’s first university, founded in 1869, Otago has earned an international reputation for the quality of its research and teaching. In 2006 Otago will have over 20,000 students enrolled and has a presence in each of the four main cities of New […]
In language your students will understand and enjoy reading, Timothy Trull’s CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY offers a concrete and well-rounded introduction to clinical psychology. A highly respected clinician and researcher, Dr. Trull examines the rigorous research training that clinicians receive, along with the empirically supported assessment methods and interventions that clinical psychologists must understand to be successful […]