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Major medical and psychological institutions, including the American Psychological Association, the World Health Organization, the American Medical Association and the American Academy of Pediatrics, widely reject conversion therapy.
COURT STRIKES DOWN BANS ON CONVERSION THERAPY AS VIOLATIONS OF FREE SPEECHCHRIS JOHNSONNOVEMBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON BLADE
With the help of Pauli, he hoped to shape it into a key principle acknowledged by the psychological community.
THE SYNCHRONICITY OF WOLFGANG PAULI AND CARL JUNG - ISSUE 93: FORERUNNERSPAUL HALPERNNOVEMBER 18, 2020NAUTILUS
Another study, published in Lancet Psychiatry in 2016, found that signs of depression dropped in 12 people three months after two doses of psilocybin and psychological support.
PSILOCYBIN MAY HELP TREAT DEPRESSION, A SMALL STUDY FINDSLAURA SANDERSNOVEMBER 17, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
Juan has dealt with some health issues, both physical, like skin infections, and psychological, but has struggled to find care.
BORDER REPORT: ‘THEY CAN’T CONTINUE LIKE THIS IN MEXICO’MAYA SRIKRISHNANNOVEMBER 17, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
While we fight to survive the psychological stress of the pandemic, we are also overwhelmed by the constant reminder that we are feeling unsafe right now.
HOW THE PANDEMIC GOT PEOPLE SMOKING AGAINMELINDA FAKUADENOVEMBER 12, 2020VOX
In any case, this kind of research led to Bronzaft becoming a scholar of both the physical and psychological aspects of this issue.
PLEASE GET YOUR NOISE OUT OF MY EARS (EP. 439)STEPHEN J. DUBNERNOVEMBER 12, 2020FREAKONOMICS
It’s clear that leadership, like all other psychological characteristics, likely has a substantial genetic component.
WHY WE JUDGE PEOPLE BASED ON THEIR RELATIVES - FACTS SO ROMANTICDIANA FLEISCHMANNOVEMBER 11, 2020NAUTILUS
What sounds at first like Tom Perrotta’s “The Leftovers” plays out with none of that story’s abiding psychological trauma.
JONATHAN LETHEM’S ‘THE ARREST’ IMAGINES A KINDER, GENTLER APOCALYPSERON CHARLESNOVEMBER 10, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Scandinavian noir is famous for its gore, and while “The Kingdom” isn’t lacking in that department — a man is scalped, and his hair placed over the head of someone else to disguise their identity — most of what’s grisly here is psychological.
JO NESBO’S ‘THE KINGDOM’ IS A SUSPENSEFUL BUNDLE OF NORWEGIAN NOIR THAT’S ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE TO PUT DOWNRICHARD LIPEZNOVEMBER 9, 2020WASHINGTON POST
“It’s almost like warming up for a workout,” explained Steve Ramirez, an assistant professor of psychological and brain sciences at Boston University.
BRAIN CELL DNA REFOLDS ITSELF TO AID MEMORY RECALLELENA RENKENNOVEMBER 2, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE

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