Rock Slam: a cult novel (Eye of Needles Book 1)

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Each of these characteristics incorporates aspects of subjective certainty, personal importance, and significant psychological and behavioral consequences. The Journal of Positive Psychology, 4(6), 471–482. doi:10.1080/17439760903271108. The energy investment expended in gestation, nurturing, and caring for each child, both before and during the years following birth, is extraordinary. An informal history of the interpersonal circumplex tradition.

Metaphysical magazine, a monthly review of the occult

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Attitude-behavior relations: A theoretical analysis and review of empirical research. These include attack and self-attack, blame and self-blame, control and self-control, protect and self-protect, active love and self-love, affirm and self-affirm, emancipate and self-emancipate, and ignore and self-neglect. Successive stages do not yield increasing levels of well–being compared to prior stages. Introjection is based on the relations between the transitive and introject SASB surfaces and describes the circumstance where an individual treats him- or herself as he or she has been treated by important others.

Effective Treatments for PTSD: Practice Guidelines from the

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Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Learning and Memory, 7, 440–462. If you are moving too slowly toward a goal, negative affect arises. Ken's conclusions are in sharp conflict with the experience of the practitioners of various experiential approaches, such as rebirthing, psychedelic therapy, and holotropic breathwork, who witness dramatic reliving of the birth process daily in their work.

Journey Not Chosen... Destination Not Know: Living with

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This idea heralded the beginning of the end for the social disorganization period and its oversimplified conception of deviant behavior. From Aristotle and Aquinas through Hobbes and Bentham to Nietzsche and Freud, the dominant view in Western thought has been that people are, at heart, exclusively selfinterested. The ways in which people think, feel and behave are investigated through social psychology (Kowalski & Westen, 2005). These thoughts sometimes influence the expectancies that people hold.

Proceedings of the American Society for Psychical Research:

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Parental energies can thus focus on creating atmospheres of support for their children in developing a basic sense of trust and security (Wimberley 1979:93). Examples are studies on martial happiness, social support, effective parenting etc… Is Positive Psychology a new science or discipline in Psychology? As for Ehrenreich’s claim that positive thinking caused the economic collapse of America, I turned to former VP of a large Canadian bank, Raynor Burke, who alerted his higher-ups about the impending crash, only to be let go for his pessimistic outlook.

Managing Aggressive Behaviour in Care Settings:

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People are sometimes torn between a desire to see themselves favorably and a desire to confirm what they already think of themselves (as we discussed earlier). Strachey (Ed. & Trans. ), The standard edition of the complete psychological works of Sigmund Freud (Vols. 4 & 5). Unfortunately, I never obtained any translation of this. Proper screening of comorbid psychiatric conditions that can mimic or exacerbate anxiety disorders. On the other hand, when a Chinese psychologist in Taiwan was conducting research, his or her strong training by overlearning the knowledge and methodology of American psychology tended to prevent his or her Chinese values, ideas, concepts and ways of thinking from being adequately reflected in the successive stages of the research process. (p. 65) It has been suggested, in this regard, that to broaden psychological inquiry to be sensitive to aspects of self emphasized in Chinese culture, greater attention would need to be paid to such presently understudied concerns as filial piety, impression management, relationship harmony, and protection of face (Hsu, 1963, 1985; Yang, 1988; Yang & Ho, 1988).

Manufacture of Madness: Comparative Study of the Inquisition

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Along similar lines, Greenwald, McGhee, and Schwartz (1998) suggested the Implicit Association Test (IAT) as a related procedure for assessing implicit attitudes, defined as behaviors, feelings, or thoughts elicited outside the participant’s awareness by automatically activated evaluation procedures (see Greenwald & Banaji, 1995). However, rather than viewing these approaches as competing positions, we suggest that they often reflect different perspectives on a very large issue.

Dr.Jekyll & Mr.Hyde

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For example, Milton reveals that Harvard�s Timothy Leary routinely had sex with his patients, took psilocybin and LSD, pushed drugs on his own students, and entertained the goal of having four million Americans turned on to LSD. Examines different topics in areas such as psychopathology social and developmental psychology from a cross-cultural perspective. If perceived prejudice and discrimination are indeed stressors, they should produce in individuals various socialpsychological consequences known to result from stress, such as negative affect, reported stress, psychological or psychiatric symptoms, and lowered sense of well-being, as well as heightened in-group identification (a frequent response to external threat to one’s group).

Skills Training Manual for Treating Borderline Personality

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Astudy of lowMAO monkeys living in a natural environment showed that they were more aggressive, dominant, sexually active, and sociable than were high-MAO monkeys (Redmond, Murphy, & Baulu, 1979). Implications and directions for future research are discussed. An object of devotion can be an ideal or an idol; affective ties can be of love or sadomasochism; unity can be achieved by practicing an open religion or by losing the self in a trance state or a social role, effectiveness by creating or destroying, stimulation by active or passive excitation.

Forensic Management of Sexual Offenders (Perspectives in

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Looking on the bright side: Children's knowledge about the benefits of positive versus negative thinking. Ghady M., 55 and a “madre soltera” (single mother), like most of the mothers in the program, has been called in because her 16-year-old son, Christian, has been throwing gang signs at school, cutting half his classes, and ending up in the counseling office every day. That method thus retroactively introduces a corollary of the lexical axiom, namely, that redundancy is indicative of real importance.