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- Therapy for Tough Guys
- What Emotions Are (and Aren’t)
- U.S. Psychologists Urged to Curb Questioning Terror Suspects
- The Futility of Couples Therapy
- Susan Cain Instigates a ‘Quiet Revolution’ of Introverts
- Stock Downturn Hits Chinese Investors in the Heart, Not Just the Wallet
- Our Secret Auschwitz
- Hiding From Animals
The Privilege of Being a Direct Witness to Change
The Resilience Regiment speaks with Westside Treatment.
If You Want to be Creative, Keep Trying
Test yourself: how many creative ideas can you generate for things to eat or drink at Thanksgiving dinner? Now, how many more do you think you could come up with if you persisted in trying again? The answer might surprise[…]
To the Finish Line
The Resilience Regiment speaks with Mary Woods of WestBridge.
What You Need to Know About Fight, Flight, or Freeze
By identifying what provokes you, learning to recognize when anger is on its way, and restraining yourself from impulsively responding to every perceived threat, you can save your relationships from destructive reactions.
Can You Control How Happy You Are?
It is sometimes argued that we don’t have any control over how happy we are. Some people are just born happy, others aren’t, and even if our happiness changes a little bit in response to the trials and tribulations of[…]
New survey to distinguish between expectable vs. worrisome early childhood misbehavior
Researchers at Northwestern University are using a novel dimensional method for distinguishing misbehavior that is expectable in early childhood versus that which is cause for clinical concern.
'Brain training' app could improve lives of people with schizophrenia
A new computer game has been developed by scientists that could improve the episodic memory and everyday functioning of people with schizophrenia.
Scientists discover gene that controls body clock
After studying mice with abnormal body clocks, researchers have identified a gene that they consider to be the master controller of circadian rhythms.
Modern nuclear disasters: biggest risk is mental, not physical illness
Fukushima has had no physical impact on human health but will have lasting social and psychological ones, say leading radiological protection experts.
Depressed females have over-active glutamate receptor gene
Numerous genes that regulate the activity of a neurotransmitter in the brain have been found to be abundant in brain tissue of depressed females.
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