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ERP Therapy - Where Are You?

Last week I received an email from a woman in her thirties who has had OCD since she was a child. She came across one of my articles and was interested in learning more about exposure and response prevention (ERP) therapy, as she had never heard of it. 345 more words

Mental Health

Digitally Medidated Teaching and Learning

First time learning about CoP & PLC really opened my mind how education has changed.  We have moved from isolated teaching to collaborating with each other for the purpose of teaching and learning, while the world watches online. 294 more words

American Psychological Association

MBJ: Paragon Bank - 2014 Psychologically Healthy Workplace Award for the State of Tennessee.

“A locally owned and operated bank received the 2014 Psychologically Healthy Workplace Award for the State of Tennessee.

Paragon Bank (OTCBB: PGNN.OB) announced it was the recipient of this annual award presented by the American Psychological Association to companies that “foster employee health and well-being while enhancing organizational performance.” 35 more words

Quality Of Life

Lucid dreamers, better problem solvers

Researchers at the University of Lincoln took an interest in what they call “lucid dreamers”, those who actually know they are dreaming while the dreams play out. 308 more words


A double life

Via @APA

By Lea Winerman

In an interview with Nancy Segal (pictured above), Lea Winerman discovers the mystery of twins. Things that can be considered as ”coincidences” in two individuals who share the same appearance, but are obviously two very different individuals. 306 more words


Study Confirms Dog Intelligence

By Nan Talleno

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - Research has confirmed what dog lovers have known for quite some time now…our best friends are extremely intelligent!

The accumulated research at the American Psychological Association has shown that the average dog has the same developmental abilities as a human toddler. 203 more words

Watch + Listen

The Cost of Task Switching. "Could You Work On This Please...No Wait...Do That Please"

Yet another of those ideas in Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman that leapt out at me as I read was

One of the significant discoveries of cognitive psychologists in recent decades is that switching from one task to another is effortful, especially under time pressure.

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Application Of Psychology To Project Management