STOP SMOKING ONLINE: Houston Psychologists Develop Groundbreaking, Interactive Stop Smoking Program
- Tobacco use is the single most preventable cause of death in the United States
- More than 400,000 Americans die each year from tobacco-related disease
- Smoking causes more deaths than alcohol, AIDS , illegal drugs, car crashes, fires, murders, and suicides combined.
PHR: After Senate Report, Psychologists Who Tortured Must Be Held to Account
In the wake of the Senate Armed Services Committee's (SASC) report on detainee abuse, Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) is calling for the psychologists
who justified, designed, and implemented torture for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and Department of Defense (DoD), to lose their profes...
Author & Radio Host Tim Kellis Charges Psychologists Who Write Relationship Books are Helping to Spawn a Divorce Industry
BOCA RATON, Fla., June 19 /PRNewswire/ -- If you're one of the many
psychologists churning out relationships books today, you'll want to steer
clear of marriage maestro Tim Kellis.
Kellis, an author himself and a radio talk show host...
Child health psychologists need to promote adult disease prevention
Washington, D.C.-- Many of the lifestyle habits that children and adolescents develop -- eating a diet high in fat and low in fruits and vegetables, being physically inactive or sedentary, and experimenting with tobacco and alcohol use -- can have a major impact on their health later in life. Give...
Health psychologists discuss latest research findings
Common physical symptoms such as fatigue, chest pain and lower back pain are related to the perception of everyday smells, University of Nottingham researchers will tell delegates at a health psychology conference on campus.
Professor Eamonn Ferguson and Dr Helen Cassaday, with colleague Dr Jan...
First World Congress on Positive Psychology Kicks Off With Talks by Two of the World's Most Renowned Psychologists
- Martin Seligman and Philip Zimbardo -
In Philadelphia, birthplace of positive psychology
Thursday, June 18th, 2009 @ 6:00 PM
Sponsored by The International Positive Psychology Association (IPPA)
PHILADELPHIA, June 3 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --
What : The Fir...
Humanitas Approved by American Psychological Association (APA) as Provider of Continuing Education Credits to Psychologists
First Offering to Serve Health Professionals, Instructors and Counselors
SILVER SPRING, Md., April 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Today the American Psychological Association (APA) notified Humanitas, Inc., that the woman-owned small business met the stringent criteria to offer continuing education credi...
VA to Train More Psychologists
Peake: Expansion Meets Current and Future Needs
WASHINGTON, March 4 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- To meet increased needs
for mental health services for veterans, especially those returning from
the Global War on Terror, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is
expanding its training progra...
Brooding Could Kill, Warn Psychologists
Worrying of course does not do any good to the human body, it is known. But new studies suggest that those who ruminate a lot may have higher blood pressure and heart rates, less effective immune systems, surges of stress hormones that strain the heart, more depression and perhaps even shorter lif...
Demi Lovato Joins National Bullying Prevention Movement
...dy available online at KidsAgainstBullying.org (for elementary school kids).
According to a recent study by The National Association of School psychologists
and the U.S. Dept. of Justice, 160,000 kids of all ages stay home from school everyday to avoid the stress that comes from being confronted by a bully...
Psychologists in Medical Technology
Psychologists in Medical Dictionary
...ned as difficulty during any stage of the sexual act ... Physical factors contributing to sexual problems include: ... Our psychiatrists and psychologists
provide expert and confidential treatment of ... Premature Ejaculation is the Most Common Sexual Problem for Men ... Health Library > Hea...
...ur 4 week Hypnosis 101 Course for absolutely no charge! ... Their subjects are usually people who have some experience with hypnosis . ... Some psychologists
argue that showroom hypnosis is a form of learned social behavior. ... hypnosis n. , pl. -ses . An artificially induced altered state of consc...
...actices of our society and, ... Can alcohol cause issues with mental health ? ... Understanding Alcohol Use Disorders and Their Treatment, psychologists
play a vital role ... ...
Psychologists in Biological News
'Shortcuts' of the mind lead to miscalculations of weight and caloric intake, says Penn study
... PHILADELPHIA - psychologists
at the University of Pennsylvania have identified a cognitive shortcut, or ...mpletely ignored other parameters critical to an accurate judgment.
point to the study as a novel example of the negative artifacts packaged wi...
22nd Congress of the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology
...P) will be held from 12-16 September 2009 in Istanbul, Turkey.
More than 6,500 clinical and basic scientists such as psychiatrists, neurologists, psychologists
and neuroscience researchers from all over the world will attend the ECNP Congress, which is the largest annual high scientific standard congress on m...
Humans may be losers if technological nature replaces the real thing
...a playing with a live pet?
Modern technology increasingly is encroaching into human connections with the natural world and University of Washington psychologists
believe this intrusion may emerge as one of the central psychological problems of our times.
"We are a technological species, but we also need a de...
The effect of parental education on the heritability of children's reading disability
...dren continue to experience reading failure in spite of high parental education and support for learning to read.
University of Colorado at Boulder psychologists
Angela Friend, John C. DeFries and Richard K. Olson examined if genetic and environmental influences on reading disability, the most commonly identifi...
A walk in the park a day keeps mental fatigue away
...ation for Psychological Science, reveals that spending time in nature may be more beneficial for mental processes than being in urban environments.
Marc G. Berman, John Jonides, and Stephen Kaplan from the University of Michigan designed two experiments to test how interactions with nature and urb...
Gender biases in leadership selection during competitions within and between groups
...is a gender bias when selecting leaders; preference for a male versus female leader may depend on the specific situation that a group finds itself in. psychologists
Mark Van Vugt and Brian R. Spisak from the University of Kent wanted to explore this further and see if gender influences the selection of group leade...
Coming soon: Self-guided, computer-based depression treatment
... to astronauts aboard the International Space Station and proposed missions to the moon and Mars. Currently, astronauts have audio and video access to psychologists
only when communication links are available.
Project co-investigator and former astronaut Dr. Jay Buckey said long-duration spaceflight can be toug...
Caltech neurobiologists discover individuals who 'hear' movement
...s say, auditory synesthesia may not be
unusual--and may simply represent an enhanced form of how the brain
normally processes visual information.
previously reported visual, tactile, and taste
synesthesias, but auditory synesthesia had never been identified.
Caltech lecturer in computation and...
Scientists set out to measure how we perceive naturalness
...nced by their physical properties. It includes:
Neuroscientists who scan the brain activity of individuals as they examine different materials
who measure the way people perceive different materials when they use their hands or eyes, or both
NPL's experts in metrology, data analysis and sof...
United we stand: When cooperation butts heads with competition
...or life and why does it sometimes seem to be preferred over cooperation?
Nir Halevy, Gary Bornstein and Lilach Sagiv from The Hebrew University of J...oup. By adding the new option of keeping all money within the in-group, the psychologists
allowed participants to strengthen their own group without damaging the oth...
Psychologists in Biological Technology
Upcoming 'Energy Psychology' Event in Chapel Hill Will Provide Training in New Breakthrough 'Do It Yourself' Healing
... Life-Changing Results
CHAPEL HILL, N.C., Oct. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Seasoned psychologists
moving beyond classic "talk therapy" with a dynamic new set of natural
...prehensive Energy Psychology (ACEP)
NOTE TO EDITORS & PRODUCERS: Licensed psychologists
Upcoming 'Energy Psychology' Event - New Breakthrough 'Do It Yourself' Healing
... Patients Describe Their Life-Changing Results
CHAPEL HILL, N.C., Oct. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Seasoned psychologists
moving beyond classic "talk therapy" with a dynamic new set of natural
treatment techniques that are providing stunning results -- especially with...
Results of Study in Pre-School Children Published in Clinical Pediatrics Adds to Support for Importance of Dietary DHA Intake
...nger-stick blood test designed by Martek. Cognitive
function was measured with four tests, including the PPVT-III. Tests were
administered by licensed psychologists
with at least of five years of
"The results of this research are promising and highlight the need to
further investigate the r...
Baxter and Its Foundation Contribute Nearly $53 Million in 2007 to Address Critical Needs Locally and Globally
Some of the organizations that received grants in 2007 from the
-- Aldeas Infantiles SOS De Espana to add two psychologists
to provide family therapy for at-risk children and their families in Madrid, Spain. -- Chicago Housing for Health Partnership, a collaborativ...
Robot Psychologist: A New Era in Mental Health Services With MindMentor
...gh at him and point him out he virtual door. Then the amazement hits me:
is this really going to work? The solution to my problem is in sight."
have responded positively to their robot colleague.
Said David Van Nuys, Ph.D. (Emeritus Professor of Psychology Sonoma State
University): "At the end...
OASYS Online Provides Special Education Data Management
...was introduced in 16 Wisconsin school districts during 2003, provides special education teachers, speech and language therapists, physical therapists, psychologists
and administrators with an online solution to automate the process of writing customized IEPs, evaluation findings, invitations to parents and all oth...
Info Security: Taking a page from the 1950s
...dit programs, the toughest security policies, dont do much good if our people dont know or care enough to use them appropriately. Well leave it to the psychologists
to debate the lasting impact of the old duck and cover response for civil defense, but one thing it did was raise awareness. Whats your security duck ...
Psychologists in Biological Definition
...common mental illnesses, such as depression and schizophrenia .
focus largely on the mental processes of their patients. Biological psychologists
work on the basis that there is an organic basis to mental processes, and t...
...cord than those without anti-lock brakes, because they unconsciously compensate for the safer vehicle via less-safe driving habits.
Sociologists and psychologists
may refer to "stress homeostasis", the tendency of a population or an individual to stay at a certain level of stress, often generating artificial str...
...vel, neuroscientific approaches combine with cognitive science to create cognitive neuroscience , a discipline first populated mostly by cognitive psychologists
, currently becoming a dynamic specialty of its own. Some researchers believe that cognitive neuroscience provides a bottom-up approach to understandi...
...t rather identical twins occur more or less randomly.
Identical twins can behave as differently as any other siblings (a matter of much interest to psychologists
). They develop their own individual personalities to enable themselves to be identified as individual persons. Many identical twins spend most of the...