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Avoiding the 'Desperate Housewive's' syndrome

...ional breakdowns and later, feelings of remorse or guilt over 'losing it'. Most of these interactions involved family members or partners, so relationships may also be a contributing factor." Professor Ussher hopes to expand on these themes in the current three-year study, funded through a prestigious Aus...

When we say the wrong thing...repairing the message

...m Case, most people offered an apology, spurred by guilt to mend any offense their remarks might cause in an intimate relationship. Following the offer of an apology, the next popular ways people choose to smooth over the offensive message were to excuse or justify why the words were said. When embarrasse...

Who's the liar? Brain MRI stands up to polygraph test

...evention, and in the judicial determination of the guilt or innocence of accused individuals. Since the polygraph has not been embraced as a fully credible means of lie detection, the authors hope to provide a more accurate means of determining whether or not someone is telling the truth. "A more consisten...

Guilt and fear motivate better than hope

...is sort of negative message evoking both fear and guilt is a far more effective deterrent to potentially ...otion high in self-accountability, such as regret, guilt or challenge. "[This research] suggests a new emotion-based approach to encouraging a wide range of...

Reconstructing a healthcare system in Iraq

...more than one manager." "We are insulted and every guilt of the hospital eventually comes upon nurses." "We should be paid more than police and teachers because teachers have four days off each month and they are not tired like us." Currently nurses in Iraq earn an average of US$150 per month. Diseases nur...

More than one-third of disaster victims may suffer from stress disorder

...lashbacks, recurrent dreams of the event, survival guilt and hyper-vigilance. "Our review of studies conducted in the aftermath of disasters during the past 40 years shows that there is a substantial burden of PTSD among people who experience a disaster," said Sandro Galea, lead author of an article on the...

New agreement questions NHS relation with industry

...g industry has never been lower, the likelihood of guilt by association is appreciable, he warns. The removal of counterproductive roadblocks in research regulations is generally a good thing, but research is far more than just a business, he writes. No matter how important the research is, thoughtful an...

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(Date:4/23/2014)... a newly coined term for novels and films which focus ... of Copenhagen shows how these fictions serve as a mental ... climate change and imagine other living conditions. , "Global ... the atmosphere; it is also a cultural phenomenon in which ... the films we see. And there are so many of ...
(Date:4/23/2014)... at the University of Houston (UH) is working to ... His work is supported by a $1.8 million grant ... Blood transfusions save millions of lives every year. They ... for instance, routine surgeries would become life threatening. This ... that transfusions of red blood cells stored in a ...
(Date:4/22/2014)... There,s a new secret to get your child to behave ... , A new Cornell study published in Eating Behaviors ... they had to bite with their front teeth such as ... rowdier than when these foods had been cut. ... as aggressive toward other kids," said Brian Wansink, Professor and ...
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