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Winford, a psychologist, knew that some of her patients counted on the federal Lifeline program to obtain smartphones and cover the costs of their monthly bills.
Olmsted, whose work includes compelling insights from leading sports psychologists, kept referring to the sports experience as one in which you are “constantly being subconsciously connected.”
The two grew up in Lanham, with an educator father and psychologist mother.
Mirta Galesic is a psychologist at the Santa Fe Institute in New Mexico.
Brain researchers and psychologists have cautioned against building bridges too far between their work and educational practice.
Maybe I should have been … If I hadn’t been a journalist, I think I would have liked to have been a psychologist.
In a 2013 paper, psychologists Shane Bench and Heather Lench argued that “boredom is motivating and encourages action towards a new goal.”
Separately, an earlier version described Karin Tamerius as a former political psychologist.
Some also pay for six to 10 sessions with licensed therapists and psychologists.
Casa Frida has a team of psychologists, social workers, nurses and volunteers who work with its residents.

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