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No Shit: Colleges Are Underreporting Sexual Assaults

This should come as a surprise to absolutely no one: A recent study published in “Psychology, Public Policy and Law” found that colleges underreport sexual assaults on their campuses. 588 more words

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Does meditation have benefits for mind and body?

Written by Robert Schneider, MD, FACC

It is hard to believe some still question whether meditation can have a positive effect on mind and body. 833 more words

Spirituality

What You Should Know About Open Education

Western University defines Open education as a broad concept or initiative and bigger than OER. It also states that it eliminating barriers to education, provides more distance learning opportunities, eliminates financial barriers, and eliminates academic barriers to admission (2012). 454 more words

American Psychological Association

Cooking Classes Could Help People Cope With Mental Health Problems

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Some counselors, treating patients with issues such as stress, anxiety and depression, are turning to cooking classes to help them cope with mental health problems. 444 more words

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American Psychological Association Reports your Mood can Affect your Skin

Have you noticed your skin looking less than its best? You might want to get your mind and emotions in check to regain that familiar glow. 363 more words

Health & Fitness

APA Promotes Psychology in the Workplace

A former adjunct associate professor at the Medical College of Georgia, Dr. Joseph Frey now focuses largely on his private practice in Augusta, GA, where he provides forensic consultations and psychological assessments. 185 more words

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American Psychological Association Survey Shows Money Stress Weighing on Americans’ Health Nationwide

American Psychological Association Survey Shows Money Stress Weighing on Americans’ Health Nationwide
Source: American Psychological Association

While aspects of the U.S. economy have improved, money continues to be a top cause of stress for Americans, according to the new Stress in America™: Paying With Our Health survey released today by the American Psychological Association.

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