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nicola forrest

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Mental illness is rife in today’s society, ranging from mild to severe. It affects 1 in 4 people in the course of a year. A partner, a parent, a child, a sibling, a friend, it can affect anybody. Chances are that you know so...
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It is all about money! They tell you they can't treat them unless they label them (stigmatize them), in order for the insurance companies to pay for their treatment. No stigma - no treatment! That is just the way it is! 
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We do not believe that romantic discomfort is caused by unreasonable expectations - - It is all right to have great expectations for your relationship with your romantic partner!
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Oanea Mădălina

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Last month Anderson Cooper donned headphones for a schizophrenia simulator to feel what it’s like to live with the disorder.
Anderson Cooper tries getting through a typical day using a schizophrenia simulator — and can't do it.
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So what do you hear when you think what you hear?
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Stephen J Buehler

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So CBT is garbage after all
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Eating disorders can be difficult to detect. The media glamorization of so-called ideal bodies, coupled with the view that dieting is a normal activity, can obscure a person’s eating problems. It can be difficult for a person with an eating disorder to admit they have a problem. Knowing how to support someone with an eating disorder is also a challenge. Treatment is available – it can be a long process, but an eating disorder can be overcome. If you think that you, or someone you know, has an eating disorder, it is important to learn the facts. Gaining an understanding of these conditions is the first step in the journey to wellness. -
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As a body builder I find this slightly concerning. Analysing my thoughts and feelings I find that I do this more as a fun personal project, even though I am a little bit on the obsessive side, but only a little bit :-D
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The Recovery Way

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The beginning of a relationship is a lot like buying a new house. Everything seems terrific, and that initial excitement can last for weeks, months, or even years. But like any house that isn’t taken care of, eventually your relationship may start to fall apart, leaving you wondering where it all went wrong. .......
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Ayush Kumar

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"We wanted to see if we could make you feel happy without you noticing. We succeeded. We wanted to see if we could make you feel sad without you noticing. We succeeded again. Hypothesis proved !"

Read another view on the controversy behind the FB psychology experiment, here: http://bit.ly/1n07DOH

What's your take on the psychology experiment?

PS: The link might not be viewed correctly on mobiles. 
We wanted to see if we could make you feel happy without you noticing. We succeeded. We wanted to see if we could make you feel sad without you noticing. We succeeded again. Hypothesis proved ! Bac...
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When we created an account on Facebook, they were wearing Pampers. And now they are trying to experiment on us. And that is not fair at all. 
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Ana Haliga

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I have a question... How does epilepsy affects psychologically?
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To all of you +Linda Nolan and +Muhammad Talha Bin Yousuf thank you very much. 
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Psychological Fact: Slow music playing in restaurants makes perception of time slower and also makes customers buy up to 40% more drinks than normal.
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So what would that be Kate? Some type of relaxation method used for economical benefits? It seems that most everything is tied into filling the money bag.
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While researchers have long known that brothers and sisters teach each other about the world, most of their observations about this have been made in a lab setting. A new study has investigated a step further by observing how children interact in their natural habitat: their homes. Through the study, investigators not only confirmed that teaching occurs naturally and spontaneously, but that both older and younger siblings initiate learning activities. What's more, siblings acting as teachers use a variety of instructional techniques during these informal lessons.
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Nice
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To all my Colleagues: while the Web is changing the way we do Journalism, should we take inspiration and think about new ways to do Research and show results?
 
Science journalism has died, long life to science journalism
In the CyberWorld you move into #blurredlines , as well as when you move into the knowledge fields.

So while you go beyond traditional publications you cross new ways to express yourself and your researches, until you go beyond the #publication concept itself and accept the #bylines approach.

Then as boundaries between medias get more and more blurred, so your mind that starts to ask whether what you are doing is #blogging , #journalism , #research .

Next step will be to reply to yourself that you don't care, as you share quality .

http://ow.ly/yO4cU
I recently had a Science & Society piece published in EMBO Reports on the explosion of alternative digital forms of science journalism. Science journal
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Just wanted to share this webinar opportunity on minority mental health hosted by the National Institute of Mental Health. Sounds like a good opportunity for professionals and interested individuals!
 
Celebrating National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month Webinar tomorrow, Thursday, July 10, from 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM EDT. A panel of inspiring presenters will share unique perspectives on mental health in minority communities. Register for the webinar at: http://bit.ly/1jppbsP
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Scena Criminis

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Unemployment makes women more likely to be victims of crime
Crime and unemployment are linked, but not always in the ways we think they are. Thanks to the work of three UK researchers, it's now clear that in some circumstances femaleunemployment -- rather t...
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Aakriti Garg

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10 ways to get your things done
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Ayesha Khan

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Sometimes Good things are not really that Good, they can be a Heavy Burden to a Person, like an extremely Intelligent one, who can Fathom myriad Perceptions, but cannot Share them with others. 
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GOOD
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It has been a long standing discussion whether men and women are wired differently. Recent research suggests that this is actually true, with men wired front to back in both hemispheres, with only some overlapping connections between the hemispheres, whilst women are connected between the left and right hemispheres. This would explain why generally men are better at learning and performing a single task, but tend to fail miserably at multi-tasking, with women being far better equipped to do more than one thing at once. With this proven, what other discussions regarding brain formations could be true? Many people have thought that the brains of artists are different from others in a way which enables them to be more creative, and research reported in Neurolmage suggests that this is true.
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Yea cause they are more focus n want there work to b more perfect 
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Do personality tests accurately portray one's personality? Most psychologist would argue that they don’t, unless you learn how to read an individual’s childhood
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Hmm, several of the comments are rather interesting, "The paper ends with some speculation about what the author calls 'the scanner hypothesis,' which supposes that humans have evolved to seek constant input, as by scanning the horizon for threats or prey." Also the article brings to mind the Eastern state penitentiary in Philadelphia "...to further the Quaker’s idea of prisoner isolation as a form of punishment. Prisoners were confined in windowless rooms with running water and toilets. They would come into contact with no living persons, save for an occasional guard or a minister who would come to pray with them and offer spiritual advice. This extreme isolation caused many of the prisoners to go insane..." , "Guards wore socks over their shoes to hear any attempts to communicate between cells". #Prison #isolation #boredom  
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I would shock myself than remain a virgin
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Stephen J Buehler

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"Helping people focus on the meaning and impact of their work, rather than on, say, the financial returns it will bring, may be the best way to improve not only the quality of their work but also — counterintuitive though it may seem — their financial success." 
Encourage people to do something for its own sake, not for its benefits.
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These articles to meare the biggests wastes of time. It's just something to kill time on.
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