Tag: Psychology Around the Net

Psychology Around the Net: August 8, 2020

Stay well, friends! To Bond With Nature, Kids Need Solitary Activities Outdoors: A new study finds that solitary activities (thinking hunting, fishing, and just hiking around and exploring) are perfect for children to build strong bonds with nature. Not only do these kinds of activities help children enjoy being outside, but also they help children […]

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Psychology Around the Net: August 1, 2020

Be well, friends! Should Schools Reopen for Students’ Mental Health? Experts Weigh In: Mental health experts offer arguments for the importance of school for kids’ developmental health, with CDC Director Dr. Robert R. Redfield stressing, “It is critically important for our public health to open schools this fall.” However, others point out that while reopening […]

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Psychology Around the Net: July 25, 2020

Stay well, friends! Don’t Fall Into the Trap of ‘Revenge Bedtime Procrastination’: Ever find yourself staying up late at night, even if you spent the entire day ticking item after item off your to-do list, even if there isn’t really anything else you need to do, and even if all your body wants to do […]

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Psychology Around the Net: July 18, 2020

Answers to all these questions and more in this week’s Psychology Around the Net! Stay well, friends! There Are 5 Quarantine Cleaning Personalities—Which One Are You? When this showed up in my inbox, I thought it was going to be a cute little listicle or fun quiz to pass the time, but actually it has […]

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Psychology Around the Net: July 11, 2020

Stay well, friends! Mental-Health Advocates Push for More Services for Officers Amid Protests Over Policing: Law enforcement and mental health experts agree that mental health support programs for police officers are especially important now, during the nationwide protests over police brutality and racism. According to Dr. Michael Bizzarro, the director of clinical services for first […]

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