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  • ...u need statistics? Revisiting Kinsey's methodology" ''The Journal of Sex Research'' 35 (2) (May 1998): 132-140, ISSN 0022-4499.</ref> More modern and precise research by [[Edward O. Laumann]], reported in ''Sex in America: A definitive survey
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  • ...its perceived world. Most broadly, mind is the organized totality of the [[mental]] processes of an [[organism]] and the structural and functional components this mainstream view, a small group of neuroscientists has persisted in searching for evidence suggesting the possibility of a human mind existing and ope
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  • ... Subcommittee]] and the [[United States Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations|Senate Permanent Subcommit ...program of the State Department. [[Card catalogs]] of these libraries were searched for works by authors McCarthy deemed inappropriate. McCarthy then recited
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  • ... development]] as including not only physical, [[psychological development|mental]], and [[emotion]]al growth, but also spiritual development. and worst forms, contributed greatly to our understanding of [[mental health]].
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  • ...Nevertheless, public opinion, as well as that of both the legal and mental health professions, supports continued efforts to uncover the causes and effective preferring prepubertal children (DiLorenzo1981). Nevertheless, some researchers, such as Barbaree and Seto (1997), have endorsed the use of actions as t
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  • ...989), was a British [[psychiatry|psychiatrist]] who wrote extensively on [[mental illness]], particularly [[psychosis]]. The development of his unorthodox vi ...phy, he had few friends as a child and the tensions in his family were monumental (Laing 1985). Both his parents openly detested their own fathers. His fathe
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  • ...[[sense]] organs towards a stimulus source. Covert attention is the act of mentally focusing on one of several possible sensory stimuli. Covert attention is ...gaged, or focused onto the new location (Eysenck & Keane, 2005). Current research, regarding neural correlates of these physical shifts of attention, specifi
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  • ...g his criticism of [[imperialism]]. Nazrul condemned Muslim religious fundamentalism and explored the lives of downtrodden masses in India. He remained activ ...iagnosed by Dr. Hans Hoff in Vienna, Nazrul gradually yielded to incurable mental illness, which forced him to live in isolation for many years. Invited by t
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  • ... which he called having "true religion," as a path to healing and [[mental health]]. ...ver awarded. He held a position as lecturer at the New School for Social Research, as well as visiting, as a professor, at [[Harvard]], [[Yale]], [[Princeton
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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 (Freud, ''On Aphasia.'' (1891) 1953). He also became aware of the experimental treatment, a combination of [[Hypnosis|hypnotism]] and "catharsis" done by
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  • ...h emphasizes normal, successful development rather than the treatment of [[mental illness]]. The field is intended to complement, not to replace, traditional Researchers in this field analyze states of [[happiness]], [[flow (psychology)|flow]
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  • ...[[California]], where he died of a heart attack in 1970 after years of ill health. ...ic]] people, writing that "the study of crippled, stunted, immature, and unhealthy specimens can yield only a crippled psychology and a crippled [[philosophy
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  • ... his theories as applicable both to those with [[mental health and illness|mental disorders]] and to those who are simply interested in promoting their own p ...r Zurich and Jung was an aspiring young doctor there on the rise. Jung's research at the Burghölzli established him as a psychiatrist of international reput
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  • ...ew that arsenic may by been a possible cause of King George's insanity and health problems. After George III's final relapse in 1810, his eldest son, [[Georg ...s grandfather, George II, died on October 25, 1760. After his accession, a search throughout [[Europe]] ensued for a suitable wife. On September 8, 1761, the
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  • ...] to find ways of restoring [[mental health|mental]] as well as physical [[health]]. The AA pattern is now used for many [[addiction]] programs. Recognition ...nuel Movement claimed that all diseases including alcoholism had physical, mental and spiritual components and that [[prayer]], group support and self-help w
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  • ... interactions affect individual [[psychological development]] and [[mental health]], a greater understanding of how humankind as a whole can live together in]], fled to the United States from [[Nazi]] [[Germany]]. They were instrumental in developing the field as something separate from the [[behaviorism|behavi
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  • ...on, and other benefits. (See [[#Flowers and human health|flowers and human health]] below.) Thus another symbiotic relationship has formed—between flowers In any case, pollinators are attracted to the plant, perhaps in search of nectar, which they eat. The arrangement of the stamens ensures that [[po
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  • ...ty]]. It is utilized not only for those with a [[mental_health_and_illness|mental disorder]], but also for those who desire to promote their own [[psychologi ...e aim of [[psychotherapy]] is to assist the individual in reestablishing a healthy relationship to the unconscious (neither being swamped by it&mdash;a state
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  • ... was both a teacher and poet; his mother, Naomi, suffered from poor mental health for most of her lifetime. ...rg,] Retrieved December 26, 2007.</ref> Both her mental health and her social [[ideology]] had a tremendous impact on Ginsberg's world per
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  • ...p:// ...cause We Must'' Olivier got his first glimpse of Leigh's developing mental health problems. During one performance, Leigh abruptly changed her mood, yelling
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