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Lander to host three Race and Identity Dialogue sessions this month

Index-Journal 03 Mar 2021
Lander University will continue its Race and Identity Dialogue through March with three virtual sessions..Letters on Blackness ... Wallis C ... The Rev ... March 11 and will be led by Starlyn “Dusty” McGee-Anderson, lecturer of English at Lander ... March 25, with Shaunette Parker, visiting lecturer of psychology at Lander, moderating ... ....
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Long Covid in children: New data is cause for concern, scientists say

The Irish Times 03 Mar 2021
Frances Simpson, a lecturer in psychology at Coventry University, in England, says she is very worried by the emerging data on long Covid in children ... says Dr Liz Whittaker, senior clinical lecturer in paediatric infectious diseases and immunology at Imperial College London.
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Chinese mental health good overall, latest survey finds

China Daily 03 Mar 2021
Experts said the rosy outlook is bolstered by increasingly convenient access to mental health services and the nation's swift response to potential psychological impacts from the COVID-19 epidemic ... A variety of psychological interventions, from hotlines and online lectures to awareness campaigns, have been rolled out by officials and experts.
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Bigg Boss Malayalam 3: Sai Vishnu and Manikuttan lock horns over a Dosa

The Times of India 02 Mar 2021
She is currently pursuing her Masters degree in Psychology and working as a guest lecturer teaching personality devolvement and grooming.<br /></p><p>(Photo ... She is currently pursuing her Masters degree in Psychology and working as a guest lecturer teaching personality devolvement and grooming.
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How watching TV during lockdown can be good for you

RTE 02 Mar 2021
Christian van Nieuwerburgh&nbsp;is Professor of Coaching and Positive Psychology at the University of East London. Kirsty Gardiner is a Lecturer in Positive Psychology at the University of East London. This article was originally published by The Conversation.
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Smartphone addiction ruins sleep, study says, but you can fight back

The Citizens 02 Mar 2021
Addiction to smartphones will result in poor sleep, according to a new study ... Recommended for you. +46 ... Click for more ... "This is a cross-sectional study, and as such cannot lead to any firm conclusions about phone usage as the cause of reduced sleep quality," said Bob Patton, a lecturer in clinical psychology at the University of Surrey, via email ... .
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Addiction To Smartphones Will Result In Poor Sleep, New Study Says

CBS Sports 02 Mar 2021
PHILADELPHIA (CNN) — Addiction to smartphones will result in poor sleep, according to a new study ... “This is a cross-sectional study, and as such cannot lead to any firm conclusions about phone usage as the cause of reduced sleep quality,” said Bob Patton, a lecturer in clinical psychology at the University of Surrey, via email ... .
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Potent reminder of Rouhani’s reformist failure

Asiatimes 02 Mar 2021
Iran’s Green Movement reformist leaders are being widely eulogized on social media on the 11th anniversary of being put under house arrest ... Photo. Ghalamnews/AFP ... AFP/Stringer ... AFP ... “A figure such as Mohammad Javad Zarif is highly likely,” said Zahra Tizro, a senior psychology lecturer at the University of East London and a Middle East studies analyst.
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Eric K. Gratz, a marriage and family therapist at Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital, dies

Carroll County Times 28 Feb 2021
In conjunction with his own work, he taught part time in the Towson University Department of Psychology ... He also lectured widely on the subject of marital conflict and the therapeutic process of couples treatment.
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Crushing dissent: The Saudi kill team behind Jamal Khashoggi’s death

The Times of India 28 Feb 2021
“Members of the RIF would not have participated” in the killing without the crown prince’s consent, according to the report ... Another of the women detained by the group, a university lecturer, tried to kill herself in 2018 after being subjected to psychological torture, according to US officials ... The government never released the names of the accused.
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Working from home: Colleagues? Never met them. Office? Never seen it

Irish Independent 27 Feb 2021
The good news is that you’ve started a job in a global pandemic where grasping new opportunities feels like gathering gold dust ... The truth is, I have worked in a company for eight months, but I can’t tell you where the office bathroom is ... Read More ... Dr Yseult Freeney is a lecturer in Organisational Psychology in Dublin City University.
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Colleagues? Never met them. Office? Never seen it

Irish Independent 27 Feb 2021
The good news is that you’ve started a job in a global pandemic where grasping new opportunities feels like gathering gold dust ... The truth is, I have worked in a company for eight months, but I can’t tell you where the office bathroom is ... Not that it is all bad ... Dr Yseult Freeney is a lecturer in Organisational Psychology in Dublin City University ... .
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‘It’s bittersweet’: Students, faculty reflect on college in the time of COVID

The Clarksdale Press Register 25 Feb 2021
At Delta State University, Jasmine Evans, a psychology major, is taking her last upper-division courses before she graduates in December ... 3, her class on addiction, which was supposed to meet in a lecture hall, had been delayed for over three weeks because the professor was exposed to COVID-19.
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