PhD students are at risk of developing mental health problems
PhD students are at risk of developing mental health problems. Is it time to change the system? #psychology
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Actor Corey Feldman Exposes Pedophile Hollywood Elite
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Prior research saying cat feces could be linked to mental health issues like schizophrenia or obsessive-compulsive disorder has now been debunked.
State Dept Held Workshops For Dealing With Trump Stress
The Department of State held workshops for agency employees struggling with the emotional stress of the Trump Transition in December.
Neuroscientists Show How Tiny Fibs Snowball Into Big Lies
A little dishonesty goes a long way. Scientists who studied the brain activity of people who told small lies to benefit themselves found that these fibs appeared to pave the way to telling whoppers la...
Bill Clinton Jumped Aboard 'Lolita Express' For Junkets Along With Jeffrey Epstein
Financier Jeffrey Epstein drew just an 18-month prison term for procuring underage girls for prostitution. His private jet jet reportedly had a bed where guests had group sex with young girls.
Astronauts Going To Mars Could Face Brain Damage, Study Warns
Going to Mars could be bad for astronauts’ brains, a new study using rodents has found.
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Birth Control Could Raise Depression Risk
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Developing Brain Regions In Children Hardest Hit By Sleep Deprivation
The reduced amount of sleep leads to an increased need for deep sleep in maturing areas of the brain. This affects posterior regions of the brain, which are involved in vision, spatial perception and...
Psychotherapy Sessions Are Best In The Morning When Levels Of Helpful Hormone Are High
Patients make more progress toward overcoming anxiety, fears and phobias when their therapy sessions are scheduled in the morning, new research suggests.
Regular Users Of Cannabis Are Less Creative And Less Aware
Regular users of cannabis are less aware of their own mistakes, and they are not good at creative thinking. This is the conclusion drawn by psychologist Mikael Kowal from his research on the effects o...
Emotional competence
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Expressed emotion
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Major depressive disorder
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Appeal to ridicule
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Emotional conflict
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Emotional security
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Postural Integration
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Emotional reasoning
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Emotional and/or behavioral disability
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Teach Yourself to Turn Down Your Self-Doubt
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Śūnyatā
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