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Analyzing Stress: Two Years Later

During my sophomore year, an article was published evaluating the stress between men and women during their senior year of high school. Two years later, as a senior, it was time to re-evaluate the similarities and differences with the help of two seniors; Avery Gilliam from… 1,027 more words

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Why the anger has to shout? Why the anger has to be loud? Why the anger has to hurt? Why the anger is violent? To dominate you? 17 more words


Acknowledging Anger

I don’t like to be angry.  I don’t like how it makes me feel.  I was such an angry child/teenager that now, anger actually scares me.  15 more words


ackward citation style

When submitting a paper to WIREs, I was asked to use the APA style for citations. This is rather unpleasant as it requires all kinds of fixes and even then returns an unseemly outcome, quoting sometimes authors with their first name and at a point ignoring the parentheses for \citep citations… Maybe all those annoying bugs are on purpose, as… 14 more words


Probing the claim a black, working-class man would have to call 80 psychotherapists to get an appointment.

Study of returned calls from psychotherapists for requests for first appointments got lots of attention in social media but were claims accurate?

A recent paper… 1,030 more words

American Psychological Association -Psychology of Violence publication

Prior to beginning his career in the field of psychology in Augusta, GA, Joseph Frey attended Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia, where he earned his doctorate in clinical psychology. 158 more words

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