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Your Guide to Transitioning to Online-Only Psychology Courses:

The Six Things You Can’t Live Without When COVID-19 Forces Your Psychology Program to Go Online With all the chaos that COVID-19 is unleashing on the world, the plight of college students in traditional psychology programs who suddenly find themselves going exclusively online isn’t something that’s exactly grabbing headlines. Still, we get it— the waves…
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How We Picked The Top Undergraduate Programs in Sports Psychology

Every sports psychology program is unique. That can make identifying the best a challenge—when there is no broad industry agreement on educational models for sports psych, who gets to make the call about which is best? Our approach is to use good old-fashioned human judgement and a rational evaluation process that returns to the fundamentals:…
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Everything You Need To Know About Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Narcissism is a word we usually throw around for people who take one too many selfies or double take when they walk by a mirror or a reflective building. But narcissistic personality disorder (NPD) is a serious psychological disorder that involves patterns of self-centered thinking--but not quite in the way we think. Instead, people with…
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How To Help Those Considering Suicide

We are facing a suicide epidemic in the United States, and throughout the world. Suicide rates are up by 30 percent across the nation since 1999, according to a recent report by federal health officials. That increase comes even as the CDC notes that only about half the people who died by suicide had a…
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What Is Psychotherapy and How Exactly Does It Help?

Most people have heard the term “psychotherapy”, but don’t have an accurate concept of what it really is. Their ideas about it are formed by television shows instead of facts. So what exactly is psychotherapy? Psychotherapy aims to enable patients, or clients, to recognize both positive and negative feelings, and what triggers or situations can…
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