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Tips for Safe Online Dating
A helpful article written by Dr. John Grohol about how to use online dating services safely and responsibly. Offers specific tips for how to approach online dating, communicating safely with interested others, setting up the first date, and feeling comforable and safe throughout the entire process. A must-read for anyone new to this area.
https://psychcentral.com/online_dating/safety.html - 18-Dec-2003 - Hits: 605 - Rate This | Details
Top 10 Myths About Mental Health
An article describing the top ten common myths about mental health and mental disorders.
https://psychcentral.com/archives/top_myths.htm - 11-Feb-2004 - Hits: 596 - Rate This | Details
USC - Psychology of the Office Space
Applied psychology article and infographic that summarizes the evolution of the office space through the past century. From maximizing efficiency in the 1920's to the universal office of the 1950's, many office layout plans have been popular.
http://appliedpsychologydegree.usc.edu/psychology-of-the-office-space/ - 12-Aug-2015 - Hits: 158 - Rate This | Details
Web 2.0: Consistency, Relevancy and Reliability
What is tagging? Would it help to have everything on the Internet searchable from the homepage it is on at that present time?
Dr. John talks about tagging and Web 2.0 guidelines.
If you are interested in the Internet and computers, tag this article for reading.
https://psychcentral.com/lib/web-20-consistency-relevancy-and-reliability/ - 29-Mar-2006 - Hits: 223 - Rate This | Details
Why Doesn't He/She Listen?
An article about the different ways that men and women communicate (or fail to communicate effectively) in a relationship.
https://psychcentral.com/archives/listening.htm - 11-Feb-2004 - Hits: 3257 - Rate This | Details
Why Don't Current Psychotherapy Licensing Regulations Work?
An article examining the current problems and historical perspective of psychotherapy licensing regulations in the United States and why they are ineffective and largely useless in either protecting the public, or ensuring any type of minimal compentency in psychotherapy. The article also offers suggestions for change.
https://psychcentral.com/archives/licensing.htm - 11-Feb-2004 - Hits: 287 - Rate This | Details