Blog: The 21st Century Psyche

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Have Computer, Will Counsel: Taking Your Therapy Online

With online therapy providers popping up online, entrants to this new medium are proving there can be a sustainable business model built on digital therapy.

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Die without Coffee? Treating a Legal Addiction

Caffeine addiction may be legal, but psychologists say it can be dangerous enough to be considered a diagnosable disorder.

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The Psychology of Illness

Illness doesn’t just our physical bodies; it affects our minds, as well. Read on to learn more about the psychology of illness.

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How to Write a Psych Research Paper

Research papers will always be inescapable, in school and in professional psychology careers, so learn how to tackle them with ease.

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Workaholism in a 21st Century Context

Workaholism is an addiction as dangerous as drug or alcohol addiction, and costs our companies greatly in health care costs.

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Bloom’s Taxonomy and Educational Psychology

The Taxonomy has long been considered a foundational element within the educational community and has influenced how curricula and tests are designed.

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How to Raise a Genius

Parents, caretakers, and educators all want to play a part in raising smart kids. When it comes to bright, above-average kids, some characteristics are inherent, and some are learned. Raising smart kids starts at a very young age – there are things parents can do for and with their kids from infancy to ensure that […]

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How Does Behavior Analysis Work?

Behavior analysis is, in effect, focused on the principles that explain the different ways learning takes place. So how does it work?

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The Psychology of Productivity

Experts and studies have found that human productivity is affected greatly by different psychological factors.

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Anxiety in the United States

If you’re like most people, chances are you have a hard time not worrying, at least some of the time. Whether you’re preoccupied with small stuff or you can’t shake the sensation that you’ve left the stove on or the door unlocked when you leave the house, worrying comes in all shapes and sizes. But […]

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