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Genealogist to advise people who are adopted

Santa Barbara News-Press 13 May 2021
COURTESY PHOTO. Dr ... until noon ... Dr. Walters, who has been a university lecturer for 30 years in psychology and business studies, will discuss the information that can be revealed to adopted people through DNA testing ... “Ethical Dilemmas in Genealogy” and “The Psychology of Searching.”. Dr ... — Dave Mason. ....
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Don't be too hasty to hug! Psychologist warns that many people have mentally 'opted out' ...

The Daily Mail 13 May 2021
Dr Lorna Bourke, principal lecturer in psychology at Liverpool Hope University, says the lifting of the Covid-19 hugging 'ban' on May 17 will create a 'social minefield' for some ... 'But we also need to consider the psychology of a hug, not just the physical dimensions. RELATED ARTICLES. Previous 1 2 Next. Harry bares his soul ... .
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Why are young women hesitant about getting the Covid vaccine?

RTE 13 May 2021
Dr Jane Walsh is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Psychology and director of the Mobile Technology and Health (mHealth) Research Group at NUI Galway. Dr Susanna Kola-Palmer is a Senior Lecturer in Psychology and the Associate Director of the Quantitative Research Methods ...
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Why core strength is so important for fitness and how to maintain it

Metro UK 13 May 2021
Your core is key (Picture. Getty Images/iStockphoto). Andrew Lavender, senior lecturer, school of science, psychology and sport, Federation University Australia.. Many people have become more sedentary in recent times with lockdowns and working from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic. If you’re moving less, this may have impacted your core strength ... .
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Bragg Gaming Announces Appointment of Two New Directors

The Marshall News Messenger 13 May 2021
TORONTO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 12, 2021-- ... Holly Gagnon is an experienced gaming industry CEO, with over 29 years' in the industry. Ms. Gagnon is Co-Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Chair at Artemis Strategic Investment Corporation. Ms ... Ms. Gagnon holds a B.S ... Mr ... He has lectured and written on a variety of subjects related to psychology and the law ... PUB.
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Red poppies, colour blindness and the climate emergency

Resilience 13 May 2021
Share. Tweet. Print. In April, psychology lecturer Dr Elia Valentini joined scientists from around the world in a symbolic hunger strike, highlighting the need for radical action to tackle climate change. Below he explains why it was necessary to take this step ... When I introduce the visual system, I like to show a famous Claude Monet painting ... In ... In ... In ... .
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Unused doses pile up as mistrust mars Hong Kong’s vaccination drive

Taipei Times 12 May 2021
The proven safety of a COVID-19 jab might not be enough to convince residents of the territory — if the information comes from the government, one frontline healthcare worker said ... Illustration ... Elaine Tsui, a lecturer in health psychology at Hong Kong Baptist University, said that vaccine hesitation is driven by three psychological factors ... .
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Why your social media habit is probably not an addiction

Metro UK 10 May 2021
You’re probably not addicted to social media (Getty). ■ David James Robertson, lecturer in psychology, and Stephen Butler, researcher in cognitive neuroscience, both at the University of Strathclyde; Simon Hunter, professor of applied psychology, Glasgow Caledonian University. Social media apps are useful sources of information ... Attentional bias ... .
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Unused shots pile up as mistrust blights Hong Kong vaccine drive

Finger Lakes Times 10 May 2021
There are few places in the world easier to get a COVID-19 vaccine than Hong Kong. Shots are free and available to everyone over the age of 16 ... Most people, however, are choosing not to get vaccinated ... Elaine Tsui, a lecturer in health psychology at Hong Kong Baptist University, said that vaccine hesitation is driven by three psychological factors ... .
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Unused shots pile up as mistrust mars Hong Kong vaccinations

Business Line 10 May 2021
There are few places in the world easier to get a Covid-19 vaccine than Hong Kong. Shots are free and available to everyone over the age of 16 ... Most people, however, are choosing not to get vaccinated ... Elaine Tsui, a lecturer in health psychology at Hong Kong Baptist University, said that vaccine hesitation is driven by three psychological factors.
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Hong Kongers shun vaccinations despite easy access

Business Day 10 May 2021
Hong KongThere are few places in the world easier to get a Covid-19 vaccine than Hong Kong. Shots are free and available to everyone over the age of 16 ... “I don’t trust anything from them ... Elaine Tsui, a lecturer in health psychology at Hong Kong Baptist University, said that vaccine hesitation is driven by the following psychological factors.
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Mental health influencers: Providing vital support or hoodwinking the vulnerable?

Metro UK 09 May 2021
Dr Paul Marsden PhD CPsychol FRSA, Consultant Consumer Psychologist and Lecturer in Psychology at University of the Arts London spoke to Metro.co.uk about the idea of the Dunning-Kruger effect, ‘a cognitive bias whereby people with limited knowledge or competence in a given ...
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Pandemic burnout: Irritable, tired, overwhelmed? Here’s what to do about it

The Irish Times 09 May 2021
Over 40 years later, Freudenberger’s questions are resonating with a new cohort of workers ... Dr Deirdre O’Shea, a senior lecturer in work and organisational psychology at University of Limerick, says that “burnout is a process ... It does in the Netherlands ... Naomi Algeo is in the final year of her PhD and lectures undergraduates at Trinity College Dublin.
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Abu Dhabi Judicial Department raises awareness on strengthening ties between custody children, their families

Gulf News 08 May 2021
The lectures were part of the Judicial Department’s efforts to promote peaceful methods of divorce, to protect children in fragmented families as much as possible from the negative effects of divorce and to safeguard their psychological well-being ... Both lectures addressed the most ...
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ADJD raises awareness on strengthening ties between custody children, their families

Urdu Point 08 May 2021
The lectures were part of the Judicial Department's efforts to promote peaceful methods of divorce, to protect children in fragmented families as much as possible from the negative effects of divorce and to safeguard their psychological well-being ... Both lectures addressed the most ...
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