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Happy songs don't do well in charts - a sign of the times?

For eleven months last year the charts were dominated by sad songs in minor keys.

Songs in major keys had only short spells in the charts. 212 more words


Why Are Black People Less Likely to Get Melanoma But More Likely to Die From It?

Having melanin doesn’t mean that you can’t get melanoma.

Jacqueline Smith, a melanoma survivor, after doctors declared her status N.E.D., or “no evidence of disease.” 2,143 more words


Free Time

As always, I’ll be honest. College can be difficult and incredibly time consuming. Sometimes you’re going to forget to take care of yourself. That’s okay, but watch out for it. 201 more words

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MULTITASKING & Subtle "switching costs” cut efficiency, raise risk.

Commentary by Prof. B: Butler and Herman, in their widely disseminated research, cite “multitasking” as an attribute of “effective church leadership.” But other research conflicts with this (see the summary of research below), suggesting that multitasking takes a toll on productivity. 970 more words


Our interview with Springer Publishing

We recently had the opportunity to discuss The Psychosis Response Guide at the American Psychological Association’s annual meeting.  Check it out!

Mental Health

Catching Psychosis Early.

Spreading the word about early detection and intervention is one of the primary objectives of our work.  Check out our article in the American Psychological Association’s… 14 more words

Mental Health

Child Sexual Abuse (CSA)

Each day we wake up and read yet another distressing news-article about Child Sexual Abuse and Assault. Isn’t it true and familiar? The only difference is each time it’s a new victim, new perpetrator(s) and a new place. 2,655 more words