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  • Batman stands alone
    Batman: Our favorite psychopathic narcissist
    “I’m the only one who knows what you lost and found in that dark alley,” psychiatrist Hugo Strange told Batman, during a chase through a booby-trapped mansion*. “You lost two lives and you found double-hell… lost...
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    Therapy for BPD: How It Could Have Saved Marilyn Monroe's Life
    A Case Study and Treatment Plan for Marilyn Monroe:Borderline Personality DisorderAbstractThere are many factors which may have had an effect on Marilyn Monroe’s psychological state. If Marilyn Monroe had lived in the time period of today...
  • Skeletal Attack
    The cognitive desire to watch objectifying anime
    Anime has many types of content and themes. What is accepted normally by one culture may be viewed differently by another culture. Japan and Canada are not that shy about sexuality as America. What is viewed as censor worth is viewed as okay by...
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    A Review of Literature: Arab American and Muslim Therapy
    A Literature Review: A. deMena-DaswaniA Summary and Review: Mental health practice with Arab families: The implications of spirituality vis à vis Islam. Published in The American Journal of Family Therapy.Extensive research has shown that members...
  • Trail running
    New study provides glimpse into what runners think about while running
    Ask a runner what they think about as they log mile after mile, and it's likely that you'll get a response of, "Uh, I don't know" or a vague, "Life, you know." Now, new research provides insight into the true mind...
  • Political candidates
    Voters favor deep-voiced political candidates
    Are you subconsciously voting for the political candidates with a deeper voice? According to a study from researchers at the University of Miami and Duke University, published online August 7, voters may be subconsciously biased when it comes to...
  • Emilie Autumn Salute to Plague Rats
    EA Examiner Exclusive: Interview with Emilie Autumn, about audiobook
    Good things come to those who wait, and we have got a very special exclusive for all the many plague rats out there, eagerly awaiting the release of Emilie Autumn's audiobook version of her magnum-opus:The Asylum for Wayward Victorian Girls....
  • Sarcasm
    Sarcasm makes you smarter
    Sarcasm is a verbal remark frequently used for satirical purposes but simultaneously can be hurtful to some individuals who are on the receiving end. While it can be convenient for comical or hurtful reasons, research has shown it can also make a...
  • The Stanford Prison Experiment
    'The Stanford Prison Experiment' movie review
    Anyone who has taken a psychology 101 introductory course knows the name Philip Zimbardo. He was the psychology professor that conducted one of the most infamous experiments about imprisonment at Stanford University in 1971. He recruited and paid...
  • Overcoming Anxiety
    Interview with David Berndt, author of Overcoming Anxiety
    In today’s world, anxiety is felt by almost every human being on earth. The world is falling down all around them and the first thing they do is pop a pill. But the bad thing about that is, popping a pill can get quite expensive. Wouldn...
  • A confounding extra credit question that teaches a lesson
    Social psychology professor's extra credit question goes viral
    Does the good of the many outweigh that of the few? Dr. Dylan Selterman, a lecturer in the Department of Psychology at the University of Maryland posed an extra credit question that confounded many of his social psychology students. The question...
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    Exclusive interview: Kyle Patrick Alvarez talks 'The Stanford Prison Experiment'
    Kyle Patrick Alvarez’s The Stanford Prison Experiment takes us back to the year 1971 when psychology professor Philip Zimbardo (played in the movie by Billy Crudup) conducted the infamous experiment which had 24 students playing the roles of...
  • Culture of racism
    Cultural evolution of racism
    Psychology and science teaches us that we are 99.9 percent the same, an astonishing number to think about but yet culturally we find ourselves so uniquely different and divided. There is nothing wrong with being different but to find a fault or...
  • Bill Crain is a professor of psychology who also runs a farm.
    Destroying the love of learning: A commentary by CUNY professor Bill Crain
    The traditional school system is in crisis; of this fact there is no doubt. Relentless standardized testing has resulted in stressed out children and teachers; enraged parents have instructed their children to “opt out” of tests and...
  • 'Growing Stronger: 12 Guidelines Designed to Turn Your Darkest Hour into Your Greatest Victory,' by Mary Beth Woll & Paul Meier MD
    "...an easy-to-understand, faith-based resource for women in crisis"
    Psychiatrist Dr. Paul Meier joins with co-author and Meier Clinic therapist Mary Beth Woll to pen Growing Stronger, an easy-to-understand, faith-based resource for women in crisis. Crisis brings awareness of "the need for change," writes...
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