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Understanding others is very important for better living in society. Psychology is a field that is often not sufficiently well assimilated in France and not sufficiently developed during school studies. A few notions of psychology do a lot of good for many people in their everyday life. For your store or establishment, do not hesitate to contact our expert digital agency for all your digital needs: virtual tour, sponsored article, ... explore our digital services : virtual visit for showroom, 360 ° photo, panorama, virtual solution and ask for your free quote.

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  • New Insights Into Young Adult Casual Sex Hookups January 15, 2022
    Since around 2000, college students have stopped dating. Instead, they connect using apps and “hook up,” which sometimes involves sex.  Researchers who work at colleges have many students as handy study subjects. There is plenty of research available on the topic of hookup culture. It intrigues older adults who have often felt fascinated—and threatened—by young adult […]

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  • Jeffrey Epstein’s Long Shadow January 15, 2022
    On Thursday, Queen Elizabeth stripped Britain’s Prince Andrew of his royal titles, charity roles and military affiliations. It’s a serious event that’s happened only twice in the last hundred years: King Edward VIII lost his titles when he abdicated in 1936, and Princess Diana lost hers when she divorced Prince Charles in 1996. In the case of […]

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  • Use of Shock Collars With Dogs January 15, 2022
    Co-authored with Mary Angilly A slippery slope may sound like an icy patch where you slip and slide, but people use it to refer to situations in which deciding to do something can lead to further actions with undesirable consequences. For example, we might argue that it’s wrong to use shock collars to train dogs, but […]

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  • Carrying counseling outside the clinic: The promising potential of mobile technology January 12, 2022
    Egon Dejonckheere & Peter Kuppens, KU Leuven, Belgium. Many forms of counseling and psychotherapy still predominantly take place within the therapy room. Yet, once patients leave the therapy room, they sometimes struggle to face their challenges, seize opportunities to get better, and implement what they learned in session. Evidence shows that therapeutic practice can greatly […]

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  • Helping patients manage their condition: Illness representations matter November 25, 2021
    By Yael Benyamini, Tel Aviv University, Israel and Evangelos C. Karademas, University of Crete, Greece Anna and Mary are both healthy 45-year-old women, living in a large European city. Each of them knows several people who have contracted COVID-19 and constantly hears and reads about it. Anna believes it is a very serious disease, and […]

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  • How new insights into stress can help calm the worried mind August 24, 2021
    Bart Verkuil, Department of Clinical Psychology, Leiden University, The Netherlands and PEP Group, Noordwijk, The Netherlands. “What if I get infected and end up in the hospital?” “What if I can’t pay my bills in a few months?” “What effect will this lockdown have on my children’s the health?” The threat of the coronavirus is […]

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  • Law, Responsibility, and the Brain January 14, 2022
    Open Access Essay Dean Mobbs , Hakwan C Lau, Owen D Jones, Christopher D Frith Published: April 17, 2007 https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pbio.0050103 Citation: Mobbs D, Lau HC, Jones OD, Frith CD (2007) Law, Responsibility, and the Brain. PLoS Biol 5(4): e103. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pbio.0050103 Published: April 17, 2007 Copyright: © 2007 Mobbs et al. This is an open-access article […]

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  • Prevalence Rates of Mental Disorders in Chilean Prisons January 12, 2022
    Open Access Peer-reviewed Research Article Adrian P. Mundt , Rubén Alvarado, Rosemarie Fritsch, Catalina Poblete, Carolina Villagra, Sinja Kastner, Stefan Priebe Published: July 22, 2013 https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0069109   Abstract Objective High rates of mental disorders have been reported for prison populations worldwide, particularly in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). The present study aimed to establish prevalence […]

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  • Cognition and interpersonal coordination of patients with schizophrenia who have sports habits January 11, 2022
    Open Access Peer-reviewed Research Article Keisuke Fujii , Yujiro Yoshihara, Yukiko Matsumoto, Keima Tose, Hideaki Takeuchi, Masanori Isobe, Hiroto Mizuta, Daisuke Maniwa, Takehiko Okamura, Toshiya Murai, Yoshinobu Kawahara, Hidehiko Takahashi Published: November 9, 2020 https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0241863 Abstract Team sports activities are effective for improving the negative symptoms and cognitive functions in patients with schizophrenia. However, the […]

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  • Coaching and Organizational Strategies to Support the Adaptation of International Athletes November 10, 2021
    In the first post of this series, I wrote about how it is important that international athletes engage in efforts to adapt to the new culture and the receiving organizations attempt to learn about the athletes’ cultures. When both parties seek to adapt to each other’s cultures, shared acculturation happens, which increases the chances that […]

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  • Our Words Matter: Suggestions for Communicating With Young Athletes October 7, 2021
    As a Certified Mental Performance Consultant®, I have received several calls recently from troubled parents about their children dealing with fear of failure and elements of perfectionism. In particular, one conversation with a father of a young athlete has stood out. We discussed how language used with children can impact their mindset and motivation. So, […]

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  • Strategies to Support the Adaptation of International Athletes September 22, 2021
    Moving to a foreign country is challenging. One has to learn new cultural and social norms, local laws, a new language, and basic skills such as filing taxes and effective communication. Athletes who move to a foreign country have to navigate all these new tasks and norms in addition to adapting to playing for a […]

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  • Values, Strengths and Goals: How do they work together? January 10, 2022
    In this blog I talk about what we mean by values, strengths and goals and how these can optimally work together to promote flourishing. Values Values are the things that really matter to us, our compass bearings for who we want to be in life and what we want to stand for. These vary between […]

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  • The Light Life is Curious January 3, 2022
    This journey into our 2022, the light life is curious. But I’m also wary, which makes for an eclectic mix of questions at this juncture in the journey through our positive psychology.  The parts of ourselves that were rattled with grief, remain pain points for us to focus our healing.  The unconscious became conscious on […]

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  • The Light Life Diamond Sky December 20, 2021
    Rhianna has a song that reminds us all to, “Shine bright like a diamond in the sky …” encouraging her listeners to be the glow up of their own choosing. All the challenges in the world can’t take your light from you, but they sure do try from time to time. 2021 reminded us of […]

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