Personal Psychology

Brief Interlude at the Bookstore or Apropos of Nothing Much

Brief Interlude at the Bookstore or Apropos of Nothing Much

Back to the coffee bar where I was behind only one adult who didn’t know what she wanted but was finally cajoled into something she probably didn’t want anyway.

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The Phone Call

The Phone Call

The labyrinthine world of governmental cloak and dagger activities loves its subterfuge and it is excruciatingly slow to divulge its activities

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Health Psychology: A Comprehensive Perspective

Health Psychology: A Comprehensive Perspective

Dr. Camara Phyllis Jones of the American Public Health Organization offers a wonderful metaphor that sets the stage for a comprehensive model of health psychology.

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One Way Fare from Gold Run

One Way Fare from Gold Run

An old hermit lived in solitude in Gold Run, a near-abandoned collection of gold rush and World War II era buildings on a creek of the same name around 40 miles northwest of Nome.

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Walrus Hunt

Walrus Hunt

My invitation to the walrus hunt came in early spring, the usual time for such activities in northern Alaska.

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Cruising Down the River

Cruising Down the River

 “Help! Hey, somebody – help!!”  I turned and saw Bobby Goeth’s Volkswagen just starting to float gently past me, slowly …

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Harry Stack Sullivan: Energy and Interpersonal Relationships

Harry Stack Sullivan: Energy and Interpersonal Relationships

Harry Stack Sullivan theorized that Personality is manifest in interpersonal situations through interactions and experiences. Sullivan defined Personality as to be a temporal phenomenon which is shaped by the relationships that are shared with other people.

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The Incidence of Anxiety and Depression in Physical Therapy Students: III. Methods

The Incidence of Anxiety and Depression in Physical Therapy Students: III. Methods

Approximately 300 physical therapy students from accredited physical therapy programs throughout the United States were recruited to participate in this study.

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The Incidence of Anxiety and Depression in Physical Therapy Students. II. Hypothesis, Research Question and Literature Review

The Incidence of Anxiety and Depression in Physical Therapy Students. II. Hypothesis, Research Question and Literature Review

Physical therapy as a professional program has not been studied in terms of connecting the stress level inherent in this course of study with resultant anxiety and depression; therefore, the question remains: what is the incidence of anxiety and depression among physical therapy students?

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The Incidence of Anxiety and Depression in Physical Therapy Students. I. Setting the Stage

The Incidence of Anxiety and Depression in Physical Therapy Students. I. Setting the Stage

In this study, the aim was to research the varying anxiety and depression levels of students enrolled in professional physical therapy programs.

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