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February 5, 2006

Accredited Doctoral Programs in Professional Psychology

Filed under: Career and Employment,Education,North America — Admin @ 11:57 am

(PUBLIC NOTICE: The following notice is provided as a public service by the APA Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation consistent with a web listing protocol recommended by the Association of Specialized and Professional Accreditors (ASPA). This section of the APA Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation website contains the only official web list of […]

Marky Lloyd’s Careers in Psychology Page

Filed under: Career and Employment,North America — Admin @ 11:47 am

Welcome to the Careers in Psychology page. My primary motive in developing this site is to help undergraduate students learn what they can do with a degree in psychology. (Graduate students may find information of interest in the section, “Selected Web Sites Containing Career and Graduate School Information of Interest to Psychology Majors.”) The resources […]

February 2, 2006

A Brief Overview of the Psychology of Money (within the Context of Marriage and Divorce)

Filed under: Life Questions and Answers,North America — Admin @ 11:43 pm

For almost all the couples I provide divorce mediation services to, ongoing quarrels and differences over money are frequently cited as one of the primary reasons for their marriage problems. I also find that couples are even more uncomfortable talking about their differences with regard to money than almost any other issue, including sexual dissatisfaction. […]

A Brief Overview of the Psychology of Money (within the Context of Marriage and Divorce)

Filed under: Life Questions and Answers,North America — Admin @ 11:43 pm

For almost all the couples I provide divorce mediation services to, ongoing quarrels and differences over money are frequently cited as one of the primary reasons for their marriage problems. I also find that couples are even more uncomfortable talking about their differences with regard to money than almost any other issue, including sexual dissatisfaction. […]

The Love Test

Filed under: North America,Psychological Tests — Admin @ 11:41 pm

When it comes to matters of the heart, what you know about yourself may be your best guide to finding, and keeping, the relationship to last a lifetime. Just as you have a personality type when it comes to your everyday existence, you also have a love personality, the personality that takes over when you’re […]

Marital Satisfaction : Recent Research

Marital satisfaction is sought, or expected, by most married individuals. Unfortunately, the U.S. Bureau of Census in 1992 reported that 52% of marriages end in divorce (Fowers, Montel, and Olson p. 103). This fact, along with other stimulants, has caused researchers to investigate the influences on marital satisfaction. Many predictors of stability and satisfaction in […]

Marriage Math

In the world of relationships, the most important numbers to learn are: five to one. That is the ratio of positive interactions to negative ones that predicts whether a marriage will last or become one of the sad statistics of divorce. It isn’t that you can’t argue with your spouse. But the couples that make […]

Psych out: Psychology research experiments test students’ patience

Patty Canale didn’t know what to think when she signed her name to a list of participants for an upcoming psychology experiment. “I thought maybe I was performing an experiment,” said Canale, a freshman in The College of Arts and Sciences. I didn’t know that I’d be hooked up to electrodes and have to fill […]

The Psychology of Desperation

Filed under: Clinical Psychology,North America,Personality Psychology — Admin @ 11:31 pm

Our newspapers and televisions are rife with stories of crisis, violence and crime, echoing common concerns across the nation. As first responders and primary caregivers we are often confronted with situations calling upon personal skills and coping abilities which may be taxed by an onslaught of competing demands. Navigating those incidents which challenge our abilities […]

The Psychology of Desperation

Filed under: Clinical Psychology,North America,Personality Psychology — Admin @ 11:30 pm

Our newspapers and televisions are rife with stories of crisis, violence and crime, echoing common concerns across the nation. As first responders and primary caregivers we are often confronted with situations calling upon personal skills and coping abilities which may be taxed by an onslaught of competing demands. Navigating those incidents which challenge our abilities […]

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