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Happy New Year from Tri-City Psychology Services by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Martial Arts Tri-City Psychology Services is located on the West Coast of British Columbia Canada, and as such we are among the last places in the world to celebrate the arrival o ... Read on »
Living a long and healthy life by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Martial Arts There is a very interesting interview in the Monitor with University of California, Riverside, psychologist Howard S. Friedman, PhD, co-author with Leslie Ma ... Read on »
70 year olds can be as fast as 25 year olds in some brain tasks by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Martial Arts Image: istockphoto Both children and the elderly have slower response times when they have to make quick decisions in some settings. But recent resear ... Read on »
What is Happiness? by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Martial Arts As the New Year approaches I thought I would share this  great  quote that I came across via Angelyn Harvey on Pinterest What is your definition of happi ... Read on »
Love and Autism by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Martial Arts Jack Robison and Kirsten Lindsmith, two college students living in Greenfield, Mass., discuss how autism affects their lives and relationship Source: The ... Read on »
Happy Holidays from all at Tri-City Psychology Services by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Martial Arts Its been another successful year at our practice, Tri-City Psychology Services. In August 2011 we relocated to new offices and this move was a great success. ... Read on »
Its your choice to make by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Martial Arts Source: sundayinbed.tumblr.com via Michelle Burdzy on Pinterest Read on »
The Psychologist January 2012 by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Martial Arts Open publication – Free publishing – More psychologists Here’s a sneak peek inside January 2012 edition of “The Psychologist” Source: The British Psy ... Read on »
How Pregnancy Changes a Woman’s Brain by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Martial Arts Image: Stockxpert We know a lot about the links between a pregnant mother’s health, behavior, and moods and her baby’s cognitive and psychological development o ... Read on »
Therapy Dogs by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Martial Arts A number of studies have found that just being around a dog or petting a dog can lower blood pressure. One study found the same with a pet goat. Another found that si ... Read on »
Antidepressants Can Play Role When Older Drivers Crash by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Martial Arts istockphoto Prescriptions for second-generation antidepressants in older adults are associated with a modest increased risk of motor vehicle crashes, when co ... Read on »
All It Takes is a Smile (For Some Guys)… by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Martial Arts Does she or doesn’t she . . . Sexual cues are ambiguous, and confounding. We—especially men—often read them wrong. A new study hypothesizes that the men who get it wr ... Read on »
Kids With a Bipolar Parent Face Mental Health Risks by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Martial Arts Children who have a parent with bipolar disorder are more likely to display symptoms of affective and behavioral dysfunction than are children who do not have a paren ... Read on »
Cannabis ‘harms the brain’ by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Martial Arts For the first time, scientists have proven that cannabis harms the brain. But the same study challenges previously-held assumptions about use of the drug, showing tha ... Read on »
Why Do People Defend Unjust, Inept, and Corrupt Systems? by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Martial Arts Why do we stick up for a system or institution we live in—a government, company, or marriage—even when anyone else can see it is failing miserably? Why do we resist ... Read on »
The Paradox of Gift Giving: More Not Better by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Martial Arts istockphoto Holiday shoppers, take note. Marketing and psychology researchers have found that in gift giving, bundling together an expensive “big” gift and a ... Read on »
At risk for Alzheimers? Would you want to know? by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Martial Arts Study Participants at Risk for Alzheimer’s Want to Know Their Potential Fate If you had a family history of developing Alzheimer’s disease, would you ta ... Read on »
Discovering Autism by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Martial Arts Image: Norma Desmond Rates of autism have exploded over the last 20 years. In exploring the phenomenon and its repercussions, Los Angeles Times staff writer ... Read on »
Enjoying the Holidays with Elderly Or Aging Family Members by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Martial Arts     Read in full: Enjoying the Holidays with Elderly Or Aging Family Members - http://eepurl.com/hGTtU Read on »
When Baby Makes 3 – The Critical Link Between Parenthood and Marriage by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Martial Arts Parenthood has been and remains a central aspiration among Americans. In surveys, most young Americans still say they would like to have two or more children. At the ... Read on »