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Coronavirus anxiety: has the discovery of the Omicron variant left you feeling overwhelmed? Here’s how to cope

Stylist 28 Nov 2021
You may also like ... 1 ... 2 ... “It’s about trying to focus on what’s happening right now – in the moment,” Dr Peter Olusoga, psychology lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University, previously told Stylist ... 3 ... 4 ... 5 ... As Dr Martina Paglia, clinical and counselling psychologist and clinical director of The International Psychology Clinic, previously told Stylist ... Getty.
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Richie Sadlier: ‘Stopping drinking made my life a lot simpler’

The Irish Times 27 Nov 2021
“I was at a sports psychology lecture about how a sports psychologist would support an elite athlete facing premature retirement as a result of injury. [The lecturer talked about] promoting transferable ... After the class Sadlier approached the lecturer and said, “I feel like s**t.
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Sleeping Longer Than 6.5 Hours A Night Associated With Cognitive Decline According To Research – What’s Really Going On Here?

IFL Science 26 Nov 2021
A good night’s sleep is important for many reasons ... It’s also been shown that not getting enough sleep is linked to cognitive decline and conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease ... wideonet/ Shutterstock ... A good night’s sleep ... Greg Elder, Senior Lecturer in Psychology & Associate Director, Northumbria Sleep Research, Northumbria University, Newcastle.
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I didn’t have a disability. Our institutions do.

LI Herald 25 Nov 2021
She has lectured in psychology at Baruch College, Bronx Community College and the City University of New York, and has taught Master Executive classes for NYPD leadership at John Jay College.
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Burning, crushing, stabbing: How words affect pain

The Scranton Times-Tribune 25 Nov 2021
As an outside attack, pain may seem more menacing and out of your control, said Jasmine Hearn, a senior lecturer in psychology at Manchester Metropolitan University in Britain who works with people with spinal cord injuries and chronic pain ... Stella Bullo, a senior lecturer in ...
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The Sweet Spot by Paul Bloom review – the pleasure of pain

The Observer 24 Nov 2021
There are more than 200 dead bodies on Mount Everest ... Why on earth do people take this risk? ... My own form of masochism is reading those academic texts, checking whether the studies cited in popular-psychology books stack up ... Stuart Ritchie is a lecturer at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience at King’s College London ... .
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UK - Umair Akram

MENA FN 23 Nov 2021
(MENAFN - The Conversation) Lecturer in Psychology, Sheffield Hallam University Profile Articles Activity My research examines cognitive and behavioral factors underlying insomnia. In particular, ... .
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A new project to support student carers

Phys Dot Org 23 Nov 2021
Jessica Runacres, Senior Lecturer in Research Practice, ... Daniel Herron, Lecturer in Psychology, said that "Universities generally don't capture demographic data about carer status so we don't know how many student carers are in higher education and might need additional support.
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Gambia Commemorates World Day for Traffic Victims

Foroyaa 23 Nov 2021
By Amadou Manjang. The Gambia has joined the rest of the world on Sunday, 21 November, 2021 to celebrate World Day and Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims held at the Youth Monument, Westfield. The theme for this year’s celebration is “act for low speed” ...Speed is a killer ... Psychology lecturer at the University of the Gambia, Dr ... ....
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Teaching university students to be ‘age-conscious’ could help address our elder care crisis

Canoe 19 Nov 2021
Our study sought to understand how undergraduate students’ attitudes towards older adults and the aging process could shift after completing a lecture-based undergraduate course, that involved no service learning, about the psychology of aging.
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Teaching university students to be 'age-conscious' could help address our elder care crisis

Phys Dot Org 19 Nov 2021
Our study sought to understand how undergraduate students' attitudes towards older adults and the aging process could shift after completing a lecture-based undergraduate course, that involved no service learning, about the psychology of aging.
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What a worm! Japan firm uses nematodes to sniff out cancer

The Jordan Times 18 Nov 2021
But Hirotsu Bio Science has genetically modified a type of worm called “C ... Tim Edwards, a senior lecturer in psychology at the University of Waikato in New Zealand, who has studied dogs’ ability to detect lung cancer, said using the worms appeared “promising” ... Image. Section. Features Display Lead for. Section Agency. AFP Image Position. Right .
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Trauma And Transformation – A Psychologist On Why Difficult Experiences Can Radically Change Us

IFL Science 17 Nov 2021
In psychology, this is referred to as “post-traumatic growth” ... Essentially, it’s a psychological experience, related to a breakdown of identity. In my view, it’s caused by the dissolution of psychological ... Steve Taylor, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Leeds Beckett University.
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SMBs 'anxious' about post-pandemic digital investment

TechRadar 17 Nov 2021
They are unsure about the potential benefits, such as increased productivity, or time savings, they might get from their investments ... “In times of stress requiring rapid adaptation, we have to choose between fight, flight or freeze responses,” said Sonya Dineva, lecturer in business psychology at the University of East London.
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