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The Key to Raising Confident Kids? Stop Complimenting Them! | Psychology Today

psychologytoday.com — “Self-esteem comes as the result of achievement By Peggy Drexler, Ph.D....View full resource at psychologytoday.com

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Most Recently Shared on August 18, 2012 at 4:30 pm By:

singlemommyhood Dr. Leah Klungness Psychologist, PhD, and Doctor

Psychologist @DrPeggyDrexler asserts that endless unearned praise actually harms our kids. Your thoughts? Check out: http://t.co/abbEfxfO

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Faking insanity: Forensic psychologists detect signs of malingering. - Slate Magazine

slate.com — “When someone commits a horrific, inexplicable crime, we naturally wonder whether he’s mentally ill: Who but a crazy person could do such a thing? But when a killer acts crazy after his arrest, we also might wonder whether he’s preparing for his trial. That’s the speculation around Colorado shooter James...View full resource at slate.com

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Most Recently Shared on August 11, 2012 at 5:19 am By:

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CP Assoc. Editor Dr. Phillip Resnick interviewed for @slatest article about faking mental illness as criminal defense http://t.co/KdGHu346

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Training character strengths makes you happy

medicalxpress.com — “Anyone who trains character strengths increases their sense of well-being, a large-scale study conducted by a team of psychologists from the University of Zurich has concluded. It proved for the first time that this kind of training works. The largest impact was evident in training the strengths 'curiosity,' ...View full resource at medicalxpress.com

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What does it mean to be cool? It may not be what you think

sciencedaily.com — “Do rebelliousness, emotional control, toughness and thrill-seeking still make up the essence of coolness? Can performers James Dean and Miles Davis still be considered the models of cool? Psychologists have found the characteristics associated with coolness today are markedly different than those that generated the concept of cool.View full resource at sciencedaily.com

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Psychologists find meditation increases awareness of subliminal messages

medicalxpress.com — “(Phys.org) -- In our busy world most rarely have time to ponder the intricacies of subliminal messaging, despite the fact that it goes on all around us every day, in many cases as a direct means to incite us to buy an advertised product. Advertisers use hidden images embedded in photographs, for example, ...View full resource at medicalxpress.com

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Psychologists find meditation increases awareness of subliminal messages http://t.co/CduMI76D

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Social Work Career Development: Exploring Alice Miller's "The Drama of the Gifted Child"

dorleem.com — “My goal is to share my experiences about the process of becoming a clinical social worker. I will also be including various posts on helpful career resources as well as interviews with social workers and psychologists working in different areas of mental health.View full resource at dorleem.com

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Most Recently Shared on May 19, 2012 at 4:55 am By:

therapy4helpwww.therapy4help.com offers a free premier and comprehensive directory to people who want to find quality and verified therapists, counselors, psychiatrists, psychologists or wellness professionals. People searching for a therapist can quickly and easily find exclusive and affordable clinical services; search articles, share stories and submit articles, get up-to-date information on psychological health and wellness topics, interventions and treatments." /> Laurel Wiig-Milan, Ph.D. Doctor, Psychologist, and PhD

RT @DorleeM -Social Work Career Development: Exploring Alice Miler's;The Drama of the Gifted Child;: http://t.co/tpO4WdlX

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Social Work Career Development: The Power of Meditation

dorleem.com — “My goal is to share my experiences about the process of becoming a clinical social worker. I will also be including various posts on helpful career resources as well as interviews with social workers and psychologists working in different areas of mental health.View full resource at dorleem.com

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therapy4helpwww.therapy4help.com offers a free premier and comprehensive directory to people who want to find quality and verified therapists, counselors, psychiatrists, psychologists or wellness professionals. People searching for a therapist can quickly and easily find exclusive and affordable clinical services; search articles, share stories and submit articles, get up-to-date information on psychological health and wellness topics, interventions and treatments." /> Laurel Wiig-Milan, Ph.D. Doctor, Psychologist, and PhD

RT @DorleeM -The Power of Meditation: http://t.co/Z4abTqMb

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Toronto psychologist studies how the brain responds to beauty

mindfulselfexpress.visibli.com — “Toronto psychologist studies how the brain responds to beautyView full resource at mindfulselfexpress.visibli.com

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Shawn Achor: The happy secret to better work | Video on TED.com

ted.com — “TED Talks We believe that we should work to be happy, but could that be backwards? In this fast-moving and entertaining talk from TEDxBloomington, psychologist Shawn Achor argues that actually happiness inspires productivity.View full resource at ted.com

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Most Recently Shared on February 1, 2012 at 4:59 pm By:

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Be happy to work better. Shawn Achor from @Harvard at TEDxBloomington http://t.co/RofIS8Qd

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Psychologists increase understanding of how the brain perceives shades of gray

medicalxpress.com — “Vision is amazing because it seems so mundane. Peoples' eyes, nerves and brains translate light into electrochemical signals and then into an experience of the world around them. A close look at the physics of just the first part of this process shows that even seemingly simple tasks, like keeping a ...View full resource at medicalxpress.com

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Psychologists increase understanding of how the brain perceives shades of gray http://t.co/ivuWFg9o

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Variations of Borderline personality disorder - Worldnews.com

article.wn.com — ““Representing themselves as relatively helpless in a hostile world but without a source of security, they are forced to vacillate between autonomy and dependence without being able to rely on either”   Beck & Freeman Theodore Millon is an American psychologist and author known for his work on personality disorders.  Dr. Millon has written or edited more than 30 books, including his most groundbreaking, The Disorder of Personality.  Millon devised a set ofView full resource at article.wn.com

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Most Recently Shared on October 14, 2011 at 2:33 am By:

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Variations of Borderline personality disorder Worldnewscom http://t.co/iQ7OfF4Q #borderline

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Dr. Michelle Callahan: 7 Ways to Keep Work Stress Out Your Relationship

huffingtonpost.com — “Now more than ever, it is important that we strive to gain and maintain work-life balance. As a psychologist, I see it as a stress cycle.View full resource at huffingtonpost.com

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Most Recently Shared on October 9, 2011 at 6:29 am By:

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Dr. Michelle Callahan: 7 Ways To Keep Work Stress Out Your Relationship http://t.co/mofR48Bb

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Marin Health Psychologist Blog: Psychological Effects of the Recession and Coping Tips

mindfulselfexpress.visibli.com — “Marin Health Psychologist Blog: Psychological Effects of the Recession and Coping TipsView full resource at mindfulselfexpress.visibli.com

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Testing improves memory

medicalxpress.com — “'We've known for over 100 years that testing is good for memory,' says Kent State University psychology graduate student Kalif Vaughn. Psychologists have proven in a myriad of experiments that 'retrieval practice'—correctly producing a studied item—increases the likelihood that you'll get ...View full resource at medicalxpress.com

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A Psychologist Explains Why Americans Have Stopped Taking Risks

businessinsider.com — “A Psychologist Explains Why Americans Have Stopped Taking RisksView full resource at businessinsider.com

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Most Recently Shared on May 25, 2011 at 11:14 pm By:

DrCarolynAwww.impowerage.com).  She is also involved in education, empowerment, leadership and organization of medical practices through the division ImpowerMed (For more information log onto the website at http://www.impowermed.com/).  " /> Dr. Carolyn Anderson Physician, Active Health Library, Doctor, Surgeon, and Ophthalmologist

Psychologist @hghalvorson Explains Why People Have Stopped Taking Risks http://ow.ly/538Rd

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