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  • Alcoholism: Disease, Addiction, Or Both?

    I spent more than half of my life living with Alcoholism. No, not me personally but as a child, my Father was a “functioning” Alcoholic. My first love was an... Read more

    The 26 July 2013 by   Bren
  • What is the Real Truth

    What Real Truth

    Sophie has decided one week out of HSC trials, her subject choice is all wrong. Art/writing/animation has been on her TO DO list for many years. Read more

    The 24 July 2013 by   Survivingana
  • Patterns in Psychological Research

    Patterns Psychological Research

    Much, almost all psychological research has been conducted on students. It is for university professors the easiest way: students are at hand, no travels and... Read more

    The 22 July 2013 by   Thinkibility
  • Are You Really Vegetarian

    Really Vegetarian

    One of the main idiosyncrasies of eating disorders is the sudden claim to eating healthy. Suddenly your child has decided they are vegetarian, gluten-free,... Read more

    The 17 July 2013 by   Survivingana
  • Selfie Use Or Abuse? Take the Quiz.

    Selfie Abuse? Take Quiz.

    My last post, Making Sense of Selfies, generated some interesting and spirited comments.  Some were for and some against, but none neutral.  For better or for... Read more

    The 12 July 2013 by   Drpamelarutledge
  • Making Sense of 'Selfies'

    Making Sense 'Selfies'

    We are awash in selfies. A selfie is a self-generated self-portrait, although calling them a “portrait” is a bit grandiose. Selfies are those pictures you take... Read more

    The 08 July 2013 by   Drpamelarutledge
  • Want to See the Metadata on Yourself (like the NSA Already Has)??

    Want Metadata Yourself (like Already Has)??

    Intrigued by two recent articles by Lapidos and Chen, I've taken myself to the MIT media program called "Immersion". "... it only works with Gmail and you have... Read more

    The 08 July 2013 by   Deric Bownds
  • Grounded Vs. Embodied Cognition: a (hopefully Uncontentious) Note on Terminology

    Grounded Embodied Cognition: (hopefully Uncontentious) Note Terminology

    Our Frontiers paper made the case that embodied cognition is, by definition, a fairly radical affair. We argue ...if perception-action couplings and resources... Read more

    The 01 July 2013 by   Andrew D Wilson
  • Don't Call Me Crazy

    Don't Call Crazy

    As you probably know I love a good documentaryEspecially ones about eating disorders and mental healthLast night there was one called 'Don't call me crazy' show... Read more

    The 25 June 2013 by   Rubytuesday
  • Mr. Journalist, Have You Ever Wondered What It’s Like to Have a Child That is...

    Journalist, Have Ever Wondered What It’s Like Child That Different from Other Children?

    As a journalist, have you ever wondered what it is like to have a child that is different from other children? Have you ever wondered how a parent feels when... Read more

    The 25 June 2013 by   Gran13

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