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On August 3, a group of men, apparently under the influence of alcohol, attacked the home of a S0lomon Islands family, and systematically destroyed much of the furniture. They later returned and burned the house to the ground. According to... Related StoriesCan Online Training Help Prevent Sex Assaults?The Judge in the Asylum (Part 2 of 2)Naming That Tune
Sexual violence on college campuses is everybody's problem. Based on recent surveys, an estimated 19 to 25 percent of women report experiencing some form of sexual violence in college while the figures for men is somewhat lower (6.1 percent). Problems... Related StoriesWhat is a Child Abuser?The Judge in the Asylum (Part 2 of 2)Jane Pauley Opens Psychology Conference
Continued from Part One As for Schreber himself, his mental health remained rocky even after his release. Despite a brief separation from his wife while he lived with his mother and sister, he and Sabine eventually moved into a house... Related StoriesJane Pauley Opens Psychology ConferenceThe Psychologist and the Wolf Girl (Part 2 of 2)The Judge in the Asylum (Part 1 of 2)
Previous research has shown that damage to the left temporal pole (LTP) is associated with impaired retrieval of words for unique entities, including names of famous people and landmarks. However, it is not known whether retrieving names for famous melodies... Related StoriesDoes Walking Speed Predict Dementia?Can Better Health Care Prevent Dementia?Jane Pauley Opens Psychology Conference
"I'm all for fighting stigma. Just stop talking about it ... Speaking as a mental patient, the word makes me feel awful." In a candid and lively talk during the opening session of the 121st Annual Meeting of the American... Related StoriesDoes Walking Speed Predict Dementia?Why Don't People Intervene in Domestic Violence?Is There a Link between Dual Trauma and Domestic Violence?
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