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SPECIAL FOCUS: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF POLITICS

Attitudes to Inequality May Have Genetic Underpinning

It’s clear that we live in an unequal society, with some groups of people having more ...
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What’s the Role of Politics in Therapy?

Therapy is a place where anything can come up. The old adage about discussing politics and ...
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People Probably Agree With You Less Than You Think

If there’s one thing people never lack, it’s biases in how we think. One of these ...
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People Care More About Climate Change After Experiencing a Hurricane

Climate change is an interesting psychological case study. It’s a big, scientifically unambiguous problem, but we’re ...
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NEED A LITTLE HAPPINESS AND JOY?

We Need to Learn More About People Who Flourish After Depression

We know a decent amount about people with depression. At this point, quite a few studies ...
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A Happiness Intervention for Teachers

Teaching is a stressful job. From managing a classroom, to taking work home at night, to ...
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A Daily Gratitude Exercise

Psychologists increasingly believe gratitude to be a powerful emotion that can boost happiness and wellbeing. Gratitude ...
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Not Judging Your Own Thoughts as an Element of Happiness

There’s no formula for happiness, but something that apparently helps is not being too judgmental toward ...
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COVID AND ITS LONG TERM IMPACT

How to Stop Touching Your Face

Do you find your hand regularly creeping up toward your head, despite recent advice from public ...
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Resources and Studies on the Psychological Impact of Coronavirus

It seems like one can’t check the headlines these days without some disconcerting bit of news ...
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COVID-19 Might Be Changing People’s Intentions of Becoming Parents

The new way of life brought about by the current pandemic has many people rethinking their ...
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Study Shows Uptick in Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms During Lockdown

In March, as public health officials around the world were dialing up measures against COVID-19’s spread, ...
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SOCIAL MEDIA: GOOD OR EVIL?

The Tweets That Go With a Quarter-Life Crisis

From getting married to buying homes, millennials are accused of doing everything later. But that’s not ...
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Two Ways to Use Social Media

In my last post, I talked about how children in neighborhoods with faster internet apparently evaluate ...
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PRO Course 1080: APA Guidelines for Clinical Supervision [2 Credits]

This online text-based course is based on the 2018 guidelines developed by the American Psychological Association for clinical supervision in health service psychology. It introduces the learner to clinical supervision in health service psychology and discusses the seven domains and 29 guidelines. The course concludes with an extensive list of references as well as definitions of key terms related to supervision in health service psychology.

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PRO Course 1202: Positive Psychology: The Benefit of Well-Being [2 Credits]

This online text-based course introduces the learner to the concept of well-being from a positive psychology perspective. Based on a peer-reviewed article, this course will provide an overview of well-being and its impact on health, social relationships, work, and resilience. The research supporting the link between well-being and crucial life domains will be reviewed and implications, gaps in the research, and practical applications are discussed.

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PRO Course 1203: Positive Psychology Interventions: A Randomized Placebo Controlled Online Study [1 Credit]

This online text-based course introduces the learner to the concept of well-being from a positive psychology perspective. Based on a peer-reviewed article, this course will provide an overview of well-being and its impact on health, social relationships, work, and resilience. The research supporting the link between well-being and crucial life domains will be reviewed and implications, gaps in the research, and practical applications are discussed.

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