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Munchausen by Proxy Syndrome: A Deadly Disorder
(May 15, 2004)
Jessica Feurtado

Successful Parenting Skills that Shape Children’s Behaviors
(May 15, 2004)
William Lopez

Internet Addiction Disorder
(December 14, 2003)
Maria Garcia Duran

The Psychological Effects of Violent Media on Children
(December 14, 2003)
Aimee Tompkins

Alcoholism and Its Effect on the Family
(December 14, 2003)
Tetyana Parsons

Symptom Clusters in Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
(August 12, 2003)
Roselyn Gardner

Counseling Gay and Lesbian Clients
(August 12, 2003)
Christopher L. Heffner

Major Depressive Disorder: What are the Facts?
(August 10, 2003)
Jeanne Heaton

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder related to Prisoners of War
(August 8, 2003)
Valerie Jenkins

Sexual Addiction
(May 13, 2003)
Roschbeth Ewald

An Overview of Psychological Operations
(May 5, 2003)
Lisa A. Burns

Homosexuality: Nature or Nurture
(April 30, 2003)
Ryan D. Johnson

I.Q. – Genetics or Environment
(July 1, 2002)
Fabian Grasso

The Positive Effects of Psychotherapy on Methadone Maintenance Treatment
(May 8, 2002)
Heather Altman

Survivors of Sexual Abuse: Gaining a Sense of Empowerment
(May 5, 2002)
Christopher L. Heffner

Single Parenting: Knowing Your Options and Understanding Your Child
(April 18, 2002)
Linda Lowrey

Psychoanalysis
(April 8, 2002)
Thomas Ventura

Dissociative Identity Disorder
(December 15, 2001)
Alejandra Swartz

Phobias: Causes and Treatments
(November 17, 2001)
Erin Gersley

School Violence
(November 15, 2001)
Louise M. Last

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