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“Big Society” and the Psychology of Selfishness | The Platform

“Big Society” and the Psychology of Selfishness Posted by: Calvin Moore Tags: Austerity,conservatives,Grenfell,social welfare,Theresa May Nothing is …

The Complicated Psychology Of “Hitting Rock Bottom”

The Complicated Psychology Of “Hitting Rock Bottom” By Megan Grant Life’s greatest moments wouldn’t exist without experiencing their …

A psychology professor reveals the 5 surprising habits of original thinkers – Ideapod blog

Have you wondered what separates original thinkers from the rest? Some people say it’s I.Q. Other people say it’s confidence. But according to …

Is Zika Part of Your Summer Travels?

by Avery Phillips Summer is usually the season of fun and vacation time; it’s the time of year most people go on road trips and travel to sunny beaches. …

5 Psychology-Backed Exercises That Will Make You Feel More Confident

My father once told me a certain amount of delusion is required to be a great surgeon (in case there are any offended surgeons out there, he didn’t mean it …

1 in 3 Firefighters ‘Suffers from PTSD’ – The Chosun Ilbo (English Edition): Daily News from Korea – National/Politics > National

  One in three firefighters in Korea suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder, a report suggests.  The National Center for Mental Health last week polled …

PTSD in adolescents: 8 events that might influence PTSD

Dr. Jeff Nalin, Psy.D. Dr. Jeff Nalin, Psy.D. Published: June 16, 2017 Addiction Blog 640 320   PTSD and your teen Traumatic experiences can inflict long …

The Psychology of Change

When hope drains into the sands. Paul Tritschler follows the downward spiral of irrational thinking, and finds inner resources for activists and social change. …

Avascular Necrosis: Symptoms, Causes and Treatments

by John Gary A condition that not many people understand, avascular necrosis is more serious than patients imagine. It is a condition where the bone tissue in …

Feeling a little selfish? Then blame the hot weather | Daily Mail Online

Feeling a little selfish? Then blame the hot weather: How the heat makes us feel frosty towards our fellow humans As mercury rises, people become less sociable …

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