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Rebecca Spizzirri
Attends The Graduate Center and John Jay College, City University of New York
Lives in New York, New York
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The chemistry in movie theaters changes during certain scenes—and it may be a subtle mode of communication.
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Yet another reason we have such high rates of "paranoid schizophrenia" in this country. 
A clandestine government surveillance program that has been operating around the Bay Area is being exposed.
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I think they studied the soviet union as an example..
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The genetic and environmental stress factors described in this article are only the first half of the story. Now imagine you are in a new country where you know for a fact that many people don't want you, and you don't speak the language or know the culture. Think you might misinterpret other's body language, facial expressions, or tone of voice and come to believe they are out to get you? Especially considering that you just fled a situation where that was in fact the case. 
Genetics and environment both play a part – especially among some populations.
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Going into Tuesday's Democratic primary in Indiana,
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Everyone should get to vote . the liars looking for people voting to much or shouldn't be allowed to vote are lower than snake shit. They can't win honestly so try stealing the election. American are greater than trying to cheat their way in life if the Un Americans we need to remove from society. Make laws to punish the thieve jail time so long they wouldn't think to try their nonsense.
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"This will be the trial of the century that will determine if we have a right to a livable future, or if corporate power will continue to deny our rights for the sake of their own wealth."
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Cracking down on highly effective pain medications will make patients suffer for no good reason
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With playdates replacing free childhood play, it’s upper-class families who set the social norms — and working-class fam…
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What happens to your relationships when your emotional perception changes overnight? Because I'm autistic, I have always been oblivious to unspoken cues from other people. My wife, my son and my friends liked my unflappable demeanor and my predictable behavior. They told me I was great the way I ...
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Huge study confirms, spanking makes kids behave worse, not better.
If you think that the answer to an unruly child is a good spanking, think again, say researchers from the Universities of Texas and Michigan, who after extensive analysis found that this form of punishment only makes youngsters more likely to be defiant and aggressive. Their study, which was published in the April edition of …
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In this day and age, this SHOULD be "common sense".  Somehow it isn't even close. 
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I am pursuing my Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology.
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  • The Graduate Center and John Jay College, City University of New York
    Clinical Psychology, 2012 - present
    M.A. in Psychology, 2014; Ph.D. in progress
  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    Psychology & Philosophy, 2008 - 2012
    B.S., 2012
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