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  • ...rt behavior, without discussing internal mental states. In addition to the clinical application, parents, teachers, and coaches utilize behavior modification w ...itive psychology]] to behavior therapy. Further developments may include research from cultural, spiritual, neurological, and biological sciences.
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  • ...who suffered with mental problems. In the past 70 years infant and child research and new discoveries in adults have led to further modification of theory. D ...the cause of neurotic symptoms—[[phobia]]s, compulsions, obsessions, depressions, and "hysterical" conversions—among others, suggesting that such pro
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  • ...he TAT was adopted more broadly by [[Psychoanalysis|psychoanalysts]] and [[clinical psychology|clinicians]] to evaluate emotionally disturbed patients. Later, Today, the TAT is widely used as a tool for research in areas of psychology such as [[dream]]s, fantasies, mate selection, and w
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  • Researchers in this field analyze states of [[happiness]], [[flow (psychology)|flow] ...actice.pdf "Positive Psychology in Clinical Practice,"] ''Annual Review of Clinical Psychology'' 1 (2005): 629–651. Retrieved June 5, 2012.</ref> The term "P
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  • ...at the time, in addition to a degree in philosophy. He was involved in the clinical arm of psychology, which exposed him to thinkers such as [[Ludwig Binswange ...to lead Foucault toward [[structuralism]]. However, whereas structuralists search for homogeneity in a discursive entity, Foucault focuses on differences. In
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  • ...ulinic Acid Dehydratase Porphyria (ADP),"], ''NIH Rare Diseases Clinical Research Network'' (2012). Retrieved June 3, 2012.</ref> ...="Andrews">W. D. James, and T. G. Berger, ''Andrews' Diseases of the Skin: Clinical Dermatology'' (Saunders Elsevier, 2006). ISBN 0721629210.</ref>{{rp|526}}
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  • ...] recognition of sensations, visions, or events after having been declared clinically dead and ultimately being resuscitated to reflect on what was experienced ...tended near-death situations.<ref>Kenneth Ring, ''Heading toward Omega. In search of the Meaning of Near-Death Experience.'' (New York: W. Morrow, 1984. ISBN
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  • ...(much to his amusement in later life) diagnosed with [[clinical depression|depression]] and recommended for a month's stay in a psychiatric hospital (unless he c ... from two of his children.<ref name="Searchstonesmult">M. Scott Peck, ''In Search of Stones: A Pilgrimage of Faith, Reason and Discovery '' (Hyperion, 1995).
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  • ...to [[icon]]ic status because of her emotional poetry dealing with loss and depression, and has thus touched many people struggling with the same feelings. ...ns often manifested itself as illness, most often as [[Clinical depression|depression]]. However, she was usually able to overcome these bouts when a favorable r
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  • [[Image:461px-Lange-MigrantMother02.jpg|250px|thumb|The [[Great Depression]], represented here in [[Dorothea Lange]]'s ''Migrant Mother'', was charact ...[business cycle]], though it can also be persistent, as during the [[Great Depression]] of the 1930s. Such unemployment results when [[Gross domestic product]] i
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  • ...uding, for instance, [[phobias]], [[fetishism]], and [[clinical depression|depression]]. Symptoms are interpreted to be similar to [[dream]]s in that there is a ...al analysis is a way to experience and integrate unknown material. It is a search for the meaning of behaviors, symptoms, and events. This effort to understa
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  • ...bruary 26, 2009.</ref>, mentioned in the writings of [[Herodotus]], and to search for the lost [[oasis]] of [[Zerzura]]. Supported by equipment from the [[Ro ...rug [[Atabrine]], which can produce as a side-effect [[Clinical depression|depression]] if taken in high dosages.<ref>Rooney, 73.</ref> Already depressed over th
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  • ... Got a Friend." His work was informed by his battles with [[heroin]] and [[depression]]-driven stays in psychiatric [[hospital]]s. He also had a number of hits c ... psychiatric hospital in Belmont, Massachusetts, for [[clinical depression|depression]], where he subsequently earned a high school diploma from the associated [
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  • ...his was the happiest year of Vincent's life, cited in Kenneth Wilkie, ''In Search of Van Gogh'' (New York: Prima Publishing, Random House. 1991), 34-36.</ref Van Gogh's [[clinical depression|depression]] deepened, and on July 27, 1890, at the age of 37, he walked into the fiel
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  • ...g if given a chance. Thankfully, his superiors took this as a systematic research effort, which is exactly how Laing looked at it. ... Institute was to be delayed one year. However, with intercession from his clinical supervisors, he graduated on time in 1960.
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  • ...s came out of a middle-aged crisis that began with a [[clinical depression|depression]] so severe that if he saw a rope he would remark that it made him think of Yet, this depression led Tolstoy to a radical and original approach to Christianity. He rejected
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  • ...h Liberation War]] in 1971, owing to the West Pakistani Army's [[Operation Searchlight]], more than ten million [[Bengal]]is fled to neighboring India. ...eople who have been uprooted from their homes come to the United States in search of safe haven. They may be detained by the U.S. government, often until the
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  • ... 1918), she rarely published her work, and sank into [[clinical depression|depression]]. Her health declined further after a near-fatal attack of [[pleurisy]], a Although her personal life was filled with illness and depression, Mansfield proved herself to be one of her time period's most creative writ
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  • ...hat the unborn baby can become familiar with his or her parents' voices. Research has also indicated that by the seventh month, external [[schedule]] cues in ... have been found to significantly reduce the risk of [[clinical depression|depression]], [[suicide]], promiscuity, [[substance abuse]], and school absenteeism.<r
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  • ...his father also died of [[bronchitis]] following a long period of clinical depression. Frank and Bertrand were placed in the care of their staunchly Victorian gr ...any love affairs and mistresses. In his autobiography he remarked that the search for love was for him a lifelong preoccupation.
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