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2014-04-08 23:33:14

In her practice, licensed clinical psychologist Dr. Joanne J. Wendt has helped many men and women identify their partners’ verbally and emotionally abusive behaviors in order to break free of these destructive relationships. She’s sharing her tips for identifying verbal and emotional abuse to help men and women who may be in this harmful situation escape and get the help they need. San Diego, California (PRWEB) April 08, 2014 During her 27 years of practice as a licensed clinical...

2013-10-03 16:22:03

When something we do produces a positive result, we actually perceive it differently than we would if that same action yielded a negative result. In particular, people feel a greater connection between voluntary actions and their outcomes if those outcomes are good than if they are bad. The discovery, reported on October 3 in Current Biology, a Cell Press publication, yields important insight into notions about personal responsibility. "Our result suggests that people may really experience...

2012-12-18 08:28:44

ALEXANDRIA, Va., Dec. 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The following is a statement from Scott Gordon, Principal Clinical Psychologist at the Capital Therapy Group: Ban semi-automatic rifles, handguns, oversized magazines and barrel suppressors but, while you're at it, please also work to ban scissors, kitchen knives, ball point pens, shovels, kitten heels and shade cords, these are all items that have been proven to have taken lives in the past. The issue at hand as it pertains to the unfortunate...

2012-10-24 11:26:38

MELBOURNE, Fla., Oct. 24, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Finally, the election is upon us! Are you tired of listening to the Democratic candidate blaming the Republican candidate, the Republican candidate blaming the Democratic candidate and the Independent candidate blaming everybody? Will it ever stop? Probably not, because blaming "the other guy" seems to work for politicians, and they're in it to win. Unfortunately, many husbands and wives play politics with their relationships every day. Blame...

2011-02-16 17:00:53

Great works and praiseworthy behavior may bring respect and admiration, but these won't help us to escape blame when we do something wrong, says a new study by researchers at the University of Maryland and Harvard University. To do that, the researchers say, one needs to be a victim not a hero! In the study, participants responded to a number of scenarios that mirrored real-life moral transgressions, from stealing money to harming someone. Results revealed that, no matter how many previous...

2010-04-17 12:21:19

MU study finds that consumers blame organizations for crises more when the injured party is a consumer, rather than a member of the organization COLUMBIA, Mo. "“ When crises such as the recent Toyota recalls occur, public relations practitioners develop strategies to minimize damage to company images. University of Missouri researchers have found that consumers blame an organization for crises more when customers are injured, as opposed to when members or employees of the organizations...

2009-11-20 12:46:27

New study from University of Southern California and Stanford University finds blame spreads rapidly Merely observing someone publicly blame an individual in an organization for a problem "“ even when the target is innocent "“ greatly increases the odds that the practice of blaming others will spread with the tenacity of the H1N1 flu, according to new research from the USC Marshall School of Business and Stanford University. Nathanael J. Fast, an assistant professor of management...