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Quiet and nerdy laboratory scientists offer us a model of how to behave – but are you listening and learning?April 17, 2020
Under ugly fluorescent artificial lights, right now, working 24/7, there is an infinitesimally small group of white coat nerds focused on beating this novel virus. They don’t have time to go online and offer bombastic opinions. They are busy trying … Continue readingPosted in Blog Articles | Tagged COVID-10, COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Charles Spielberger, Psychologist, psychology, science, Scientific Method, Seasoned Scientists, social psychology, Statistical Power, Tucson Counselor, Tucson Psychologist, Tucson THerapist | Comments Off on Quiet and nerdy laboratory scientists offer us a model of how to behave – but are you listening and learning?
Why do kids keep eating Tide pods? A 5 minute video to watch and discuss with your impulsive adolescentFebruary 2, 2018
Do you remember when the “Tide Pod Challenge” meant getting your clothes dirty and then washing them with Tide laundry detergent? Well, it is now a jaw-droppingly idiotic adolescent phenomenon involving ingesting Tide pods. While by no means a major … Continue readingPosted in Blog Articles | Tagged acceptable self harm, adolescents, impulse control, impulsive behavior, peer pressure, psychological analysis, reactance, social psychology, Tide Pod Challenge | Comments Off on Why do kids keep eating Tide pods? A 5 minute video to watch and discuss with your impulsive adolescent