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  1. Is Hollywood finally fixing its female superhero problem?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Press-Telegram

    The list of male superheroes starring in their own big-screen escapades is bigger than Tony Stark's ego, and the billions of dollars these films have generated rival the fortunes of the well-off tinkerer. However, in spite of Hollywood's continued fascination with supermen, a new surge of female power could finally electrify the genre and more closely resemble the audiences of comic book adaptations.

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  2. Holding out for a (female) superheroRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Chronicle Herald

    The list of male superheroes starring in their own big-screen escapades is bigger than Tony Stark's ego, and the billions of dollars these films have generated rival the fortunes of the well-off tinkerer. However, in spite of Hollywood's continued fascination with supermen, a new surge of female power could finally electrify the genre and more closely resemble the audiences of comic book adaptations.

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  3. How to beat smoking, other bad habits with better self-controlRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | WTVR Richmond

    ... motivational system is a set of brain mechanisms that helps achieve goals, according to Art Markman, professor of psychology at the University of Texas and author of "Smart Change: Five Tools to Create New and Sustainable Habits in Yourself and ...

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  4. Seniors having sex have a higher quality of life: studyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | New York Daily News

    ... Taylor-Jane Flynn in an email. "For many, these behaviors remained an important element in their life." Flynn, a psychology PhD candidate at Glasgow Caledonian University, said the study was inspired by her work as a health care assistant for ...

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  5. Seniors' sexual activity tied to well-beingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The London Free Press

    ... Taylor-Jane Flynn in an email. "For many, these behaviours remained an important element in their life." Flynn, a psychology PhD candidate at Glasgow Caledonian University, said the study was inspired by her work as a health care assistant for ...

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  6. Bernie Sanders says the 1 percent have screwed-up brains - and science proves he's rightRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Raw Story

    The extremely rich have "psychiatric issues" and it affects day-to-day Americans, populist presidential candidate Bernie Sanders said recently. Research shows that he's on to something.

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  7. 'RCMP spin doctor': Mountie's widow sues over husband's suicide ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | National Post

    The wife of Pierre Lemaitre, the former B.C. spokesman for the RCMP, has launched a lawsuit alleging her husband was driven to commit suicide as a result of the negligence of other RCMP officers and harassment on the job. Sheila Lemaitre, a mother of two and a former RCMP officer herself, cites several incidents including the RCMP's demotion of Lemaitre following the death of Polish immigrant Robert Dziekanski as contributing to his suicide in Abbotsford on July 29, 2013.

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  8. Following Damning Report, American Psychological Association May Prohibit Interrogation InvolvementRead the original story

    Friday | Common Dreams

    In the wake of an independent investigation confirming collusion between psychologists and U.S. government officials that aided the CIA and Pentagon's torture program, the American Psychological Association may be on the cusp on banning participation in terror-related interrogations. The board of the APA, the nation's largest professional organization for psychologists, is expected to recommend that members approve the ban at its annual meeting in Toronto next week, according to two members of the board, including Susan H. McDaniel, the group's president-elect.

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  9. The Science of Why You Crave Comfort FoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Health.com

    ... feel less lonesome when we feel isolated. In a recent July 2015 study , Jordan Troisi, an assistant professor of psychology at Sewanee, The University of The South, and his colleagues "Comfort food seems to be something people associate very ...

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  10. I was a 911 operator. You wouldn't believe the horrible things I heardRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Newsday

    ... and gave me the chance to work nights and weekends to balance my school commitments. I was pursuing a degree in psychology and knew this job would provide some opportunity to develop and practice counseling skills. And the idea of being a 911 ...

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  11. Aligned Signs' Former WWE Diva Search Contestant Now Specializes in a Different Kind of MatchRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | SBWire

    Professional wrestling, or 'sports entertainment' as it is sometimes known, is a combination of storytelling, physical performance, communication and competition. To master it, individuals must have an innate grasp of psychology.

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  12. Blackhawk Technical College President announces retirementRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | WMTV Madison

    ... would play in the economic revitalization of Rock and Green counties. Eckhert earned his undergraduate degree in Psychology at Washington State University, a master's in Counseling Psychology at Central Washington University, and a doctorate in ...

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  13. Career Key Publishes New Career Test Booklet for Middle and High School StudentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | PRWeb

    Career guidance leader Career Key has just published a new career test booklet for middle and high school students, sold by Amazon. This printed, colorful booklet jump starts students' career exploration with strategies for long-term career success.

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  14. ProfNet Experts Available on Cecil the Lion, Domestic Violence, Back to SchoolRead the original story

    Friday | Sys-Con Media

    ... She supervises student interns entering into the counseling profession and teaches courses related to forensic psychology and counseling psychology. Contact: "Going back to school is an adjustment for you and your child. Every child is unique. Each ...

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  15. Sex and violence harm rather than help advertisers sell, new study saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | NewsOK.com

    ... advertising effectiveness," said Brad J. Bushman, co-author of the study and professor of communication and psychology at Ohio State University. Robert D. Lull, a Ph.D. candidate at Ohio State University, assisted Bushman in analyzing 53 previously ...

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  16. Does Online Cognitive Behavior Therapy Work?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | US News & World Report

    ... Judith Beck, president of the Beck Institute for Cognitive Behavior Therapy and clinical associate professor of psychology at the University of Pennsylvania." Usually, these are skills to help people change their inaccurate or unhelpful thinking and ...

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  17. Ebola Vaccine Shown to Be 'Highly Effective'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Entrepreneur Magazine

    An interim analysis of a trial of a vaccine to protect against the deadly ebola virus has been called "highly effective," the World Health Organization announced today . The vaccine is made by Merck and was tested in Guinea.

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  18. National Orgasm Day: 15 things you never knew about climaxingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Mirror.co.uk

    ... more to learn about them. Dr. David Weeks, a British consultant clinical psychologist and former head of old age psychology at the Royal Edinburgh Hospital, surveyed 3,500 people and found those who had more orgasms looked younger. When we orgasm, ...

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  19. Why doctors overtreat patients. And how to fix it.Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Kevin, M.D.

    ... words like cancer or heart attack, they immediately want everything to be done that can be. This makes sense. The psychology literature indicates our tendency to be optimistic about success and deny the likelihood of a complication occurring. As ...

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  20. The Overstressed American Student Is a MythRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | US News & World Report

    ... a national level, over-scheduling in organized activities seems to be overstated," says Mahoney, a professor of psychology at Elizabethtown College. "Relatively few youth participate excessively in organized activities and even their adjustment is ...

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