Friday, July 20, 2018
Supporting Men > Psychology (Page 13)

#CBT & #medication

https://www.washingtonpost.com/national/health-science/from-pills-to-psychotherapy-treating-depression-often-lies-in-a-gray-zone/2017/11/24/7e124962-779a-11e7-8839-ec48ec4cae25_story.html?utm_term=.66ade46629ac A number of recent studies highlight the uncertainty involved with these treatment decisions. Researchers have dedicated considerable effort to studying the relative effectiveness between psychotherapies and antidepressants, frequently without finding much difference. For instance, a study published in 2012 reviewed data from more than 100 prior trials and included more

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#Psychotherapy #important #conditions #no #effective #pharmacotherapy

Psychotherapy is important because some conditions have no effective pharmacotherapy treatment available, medication can be contraindicated, and the patient may not want to take medication. Most importantly, most patients have social and interpersonal problems accompanying Axis I disorders either as the source of or the consequence of the illness, said

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#Aristotle #tend to #love #three #different #things

https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/happy-together/201711/one-question-may-determine-whether-your-love-will-last In the Nicomachean Ethics, the classic tome on what constitutes the good life, Aristotle says we tend to love three different kinds of things: those that are useful, those that are pleasurable, and those that are good. And he claims that there is a type of friendship that corresponds to

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#Physical #aggressiveness #linked #gray #matter #deficits

Physical aggressiveness linked to gray matter deficits in brain region, study finds https://t.co/os4otlfH6K— PsyPost.org (@PsyPost) October 25, 2017 “Human violence is baggage we should have left in the Paleolithic era,” remarked study author David S. Chester, an assistant professor at Virginia Commonwealth University. “However, people keep hurting each other in spite

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#Stress #Harder #Recognise #Danger

https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/brain-waves/201710/stress-makes-it-harder-recognize-danger Stress comes in different forms—pain, hunger, fear, psychological upset. When we’re under stress, it’s often assumed that we are on heightened alert. If something hurts us, we imagine that an internal security system clicks on, scanning for other signs of danger. But a new study led by New York University

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#Reputations #hard #earned #quickly #spent

https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2017/10/23/trumps-irrational-hatred-of-the-iran-deal A nation’s credibility is the type of asset that is easy to overlook, until an emergency makes it precious. During the Cuban missile crisis, in 1962, President John F. Kennedy dispatched former Secretary of State Dean Acheson to Paris to inform President Charles de Gaulle that the Administration had decided

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#Mindfulness #Fraud

http://www.newsweek.com/mindfulness-meaningless-word-shoddy-science-behind-it-682008 Much of the research around meditation and mindfulness has serious flaws, the authors state. Among those flaws: using various definitions for mindfulness, not comparing results to a control group of people who did not meditate and not using good measurements for mindfulness. “I’ll admit to have drank the Kool-Aid a bit

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