Monthly Archives: November 2011

Pride: A turbo-charge for motivation or a social nemesis?

Pride: A turbo-charge for motivation or a social nemesis? by Mary Lamia, Ph.D. (Originally published at PsychologyToday.com) You may not consider emotions as a source of motivation or a fuel that helps you to attain a goal. Yet a primary … Continue reading

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You (or your spouse) Call It Quits: Now What?

You (or your spouse) Call It Quits:  Now What? By Ann Buscho, Ph.D. Divorce statistics widely published on the web suggest that approximately 41% of first marriages end in divorce.  The divorce rate for second marriages is 60% and for third … Continue reading

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Clinical Diagnosis: How Would You Make Sense of These Symptoms?

Clinical Diagnosis: How Would You Make Sense of These Symptoms? by Nancy Hoffman PsyD, Geriatric Neuropsychologist Clinical Presentation The 75-year-old patient came to my office for a neuropsychological evaluation only after much pleading by his daughter, Caroline. John Smith was a … Continue reading

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