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The brands whose secret weapon is being average - Marketing Week

The brands whose secret weapon is being average - Marketing Week | Really Relevant Psychology | Scoop.it
The brands whose secret weapon is being average Marketing Week Positioning a brand in the middle of a category may sound counterintuitive, but brands that fit in rather than stand out are more noticed because things that are average have a deeper...
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HealthForumOnline Adds New Online Continuing Education Course on the ... - PR Web (press release)

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Equal rights for LGBT citizens should be a core value of Alabama's Republican ... - al.com

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How Would High Blood Pressure Benefit Teens' Adjustment, Quality of Life? - PsychCentral.com (blog)

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Collect data on occupational diseases - Barbados Advocate

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Viewpoints: Public deserves to see Senate's report on torture - Sacramento Bee

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Viewpoints: Public deserves to see Senate's report on torture
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An individual under duress – in physical or psychological pain – of course becomes more hostile and more likely to say whatever is necessary to make the pain stop.
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Stuttering - when words won't cooperate - Deutsche Welle

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Stuttering - when words won't cooperate
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The Hidden Cognitive Biases Affecting the Election

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How our gut instincts and brain fear centers affect our votes...

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Photographers, embrace Instagram - CNN.com

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Richard Koci Hernandez: Smartphones have ushered in a Golden Age for photography, and filters expand our creative choices.
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International Psychoanalysis » Blog Archive » On Freud's 'Femininity ...

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Mary Kay O'Neil, PhD, a Training and Supervising Analyst of the Canadian Institute of Psychoanalysis (CIP), is in private practice as a psychoanalyst and psychologist in Montreal, Quebec. Currently, she is Director of the Canadian Institute ...
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Partnership for Workplace Mental Health and Employers Health Join Forces to ... - Sacramento Bee

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Partnership for Workplace Mental Health and Employers Health Join Forces to ...Sacramento BeeThe announcement comes on the 20th anniversary of World Mental Health Day, which seeks to raise public awareness about mental health issues worldwide and...
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Psychology: American Psychology Journals

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Proper training is imparted to candidates to have all the relevant body - Health Professions Council registered, and so the american psychology journals is central to the American Psychological Association, though the ...
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Facebook Tops 1 Billion Monthly Active Users, CEO Mark Zuckerberg Shares A Personal Note

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Social network Facebook officially hit the 1 billion active monthly user mark, the company announced today.

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Sleep Walking In The City: Erik Benson's Evocative Architecture - BlackBook Magazine

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BlackBook Magazine Sleep Walking In The City: Erik Benson's Evocative Architecture BlackBook Magazine "It also refers to a psychological state in which the urban landscape is observed--whether with a tired eye, or a sleepy brain, there's a more...
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Saudi Arabia: New Law to Criminalize Domestic Abuse - Human Rights Watch

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Saudi Arabia: New Law to Criminalize Domestic Abuse Human Rights Watch Saudi Arabia's Social Affairs Ministry should coordinate with the justice, interior, and other relevant ministries in drafting executive or implementing regulations clearly...
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Adolescent Obesogenic Behavior Shows 3 Distinct Patterns - Medscape

Adolescent Obesogenic Behavior Shows 3 Distinct Patterns Medscape A new study describes adolescent obesogenic behavior as following 3 main patterns related to weight status, depression, and other indicators of psychological and physical health.
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Teens with High Blood Pressure have Better Quality of Life: Study - Science World Report

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Science World Report Teens with High Blood Pressure have Better Quality of Life: Study Science World Report According to a study published in the journal Psychosomatic Medicine, teenagers with high blood pressure appear to have better psychological...
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David Sirota: Psychodynamics of the Racist Mind - American Thinker

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David Sirota: Psychodynamics of the Racist Mind
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Like every racist before him, Mr. Sirota's unconscious mind projects hate and blame onto ego- proximate, culturally relevant threats to his self-image.
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Musashi-style negotiations in business - set the game board before the battle ... - Forbes

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Ex-NFL player's support for gay NBA player apparently costs him church ... - CNN (blog)

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Social Media for Social Good [Infographic]

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The Advice for Good blog gives tips, analysis, ideas and lots of other things related to fundraising for charities and non-profits. We help charities develop strategies to fund their good work.

Social media—through which users create online communities to share information, ideas, personal messages, and other content—is a powerful and accessible tool. With free online tools such as Facebook, Twitter, and Google+, governments, nonprofits, corporations, and individuals have the ability to communicate messages and participate in conversations with a global audience. Social media allows nonprofits and groups promoting social causes, even those with limited budgets, the opportunity to magnify their voices. In our hyper-connected world, individuals have the tools to effect change, raise millions of dollars, find volunteers, and make a global impact.

In our new infographic, Social Media for Social Good, we profile several successful grassroots and nonprofit campaigns, explain tactics that increase the impact of a message, and explore emerging trends in charitable giving and volunteering...


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Week in Ideas: Daniel Akst - Wall Street Journal

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Wall Street JournalWeek in Ideas: Daniel AkstWall Street JournalIn a new paper, a psychologist surveying relevant literature has found that testing had "robust benefits" when it came to students' ability to apply their learning in different...
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Assessments with Only Face Validity – Workplace Psychology

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However, what many do not realize is that even if a test lacks face validity, it can still be relevant and useful, even if (without good face validity) it might be poorly received by testtakers. “Ultimately, face validity may be ...
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What Makes a Film a “Psychological Thriller”? | Psychology Today

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Psychology Today: Here to Help. Art Markman, Ph.D. People who believe the world is .... But in reality, “psychological thrillers” are more creepy than psychologically relevant. They sometimes exploit and glamorize notions of ...
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The Good, the Bad, and the Guilty: Anticipating Feelings of Guilt Predicts Ethical Behavior - Association for Psychological Science

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