Archive for October, 2014

Danice Brown

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August 28, 2014 Students Participate in Ferguson Discussion The Telegraph.com… » Read more

Shari Robinson

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October 10, 2014 Seeking Help at a Campus Counseling Center? Take a Number Chronicle of Higher Education… » Read more

Jon Davies

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October 14, 2014 Nonviolent Men Must Help Curb Sexual Assault Register Guard… » Read more

Jameka Falconer

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Jameka Falconer is a counseling psychologist at Logan University. October 17, 2014 Close to Home: A Psychologist Reflects on Providing Crisis Counseling in Ferguson APA Blog: Psychology Benefits Society… » Read more

Karen Multon

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October 15, 2014 When the Storm Outside Triggers a Storm Inside: Severe Weather Phobias NPR Kansas City interview September 18, 2014 Mother-Daughter Research Team Studies Severe-Weather Phobia University of Kansas News Service September 29, 2014… » Read more

Nadya Fouad

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Nadya Fouad is a Distinguished Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. September 22, 2014 Why Engineering Fields Still Struggle to Retain Female Employees Minnesota Public Radio August 12, 201 Many Women Leave Engineering Blame the… » Read more

Silvia Mazulla

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July 21, 2014 More Psychological Help Needed for Undercover Officers USA Today article interviewing Silvia Mazulla, Assistant Professor at John Jay College, on mental health and undercover officers.… » Read more

Angela London-McConnell

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September 4, 2014 Mindfulness: Pon La Mente en el alquí y ahora Article in Yahoo! Mujer interviewing Angela London-McConell, licensed psychologist, on the benefits of mindfulness in stress reduction. July 1, 2014 Advocating, Educating, Inspiring:… » Read more

Nathan Grant Smith

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January 28, 2014 Invisible No More Daily Xtra publication highlighting research by Nathan Grant Smith, Associate Professor at the University of Houston, on bisexual men. January 30, 2013 ‘Coming Out’ May Have Mental, Physical Benefits… » Read more