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Attitudes Toward Peace and War

To celebrate International Day of Peace, let us share this interesting study on peace an war. Although attitudes toward peace and war are usually treated as two opposite poles of one dimension, in this article the researchers argue that they may represent two distinct dimensions. To investigate this idea, the researchers developed and tested a […]

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Study Discovers Link between Obesity and Post Traumatic Stress

Individuals suffering from post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) may be at a greater risk for overeating, according to a new study published in the Journal of Traumatic Stress. This may account for other health issues present in PTSD sufferers. Researchers surveyed a sample of otherwise medically healthy and medication-free adults and determined that those with […]

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No Such Thing as Average? The Science of the Individual

From the class room teaching to cockpit training, education is often built around assumptions that there is an average student, or an average pilot. Writing in Mind, Brain and Education, author Todd Rose and his team outlines ‘the Science of the individual’ which focuses on individual growth patterns and building new tools to analyze them. […]

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Highly Read Articles from the American Counseling Association

Read through a selection of highly read articles from the American Counseling Association. Journal of Counseling & Development Special Section Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP): 30 Years of Quality Assurance in Counselor Education The Disproportionality Dilemma: Patterns of Teacher Referrals to School Counselors for Disruptive Behavior Julia Bryan, Norma L. […]

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