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  • Players using psychologists to find the extra one percent

    By Simon Cambers NEW YORK (Reuters) - Tennis players are always looking for that extra 1 percent, the unseen edge that could take them to the very top. A common sight for years in golf and now used extensively in sports like cycling and athletics, for a long time it seemed as though tennis players were reluctant to open up their minds, perhaps fearful of what they might find. Murray has had ...

  • Tennis-Players using psychologists to find the extra one percent

    By Simon Cambers NEW YORK, Sept 2 (Reuters) - Tennis players are always looking for that extra 1 percent, the unseen edge that could take them to the very top. A common sight for years in golf and now used extensively in sports like cycling and athletics, for a long time it seemed as though tennis players were reluctant to open up their minds, perhaps fearful of what they might find. Murray has ...

  • Twin Sisters Charged With Pretending to Be Psychologists and Billing MassHealth for Their Services

    The sisters are in double trouble after being indicted for fraudulently billing federal, state, and local agencies more than $580,000.

  • Carpentersville District 300 to get school psychologists from outside contractor

    CARPENTERSVILLE – District 300 will pay an outside contractor $500 a day to fill open psychologist positions at three elementary schools after school officials said they couldn’t find qualified candidates to hire full time.

  • Oregon researchers urge psychologists to see institutional betrayal

    ( University of Oregon ) Two University of Oregon researchers are urging clinical psychologists to recognize experiences of institutional betrayal so that they can better treat their patients and respond in ways that help avoid or repair damaged trust when it occurs in their own institutions.

  • People look like the cars they buy, and their pets too

    VIENNA, AUSTRIA – Psychologists at the University of Vienna say that random people on the street can associate drivers with the front of their cars. As if we didn’t have enough reasons to be judgmental, it seems like purchasing decisions start in the mirror! Psychologists Stefan Stiegar and Martin Voracek conducted three studies with 160, […]

  • Lack of trained specialists puts stress on Minnesota school districts

    A shortage of school psychologists and other highly trained specialists is making state and local school districts reconsider how they fill their special education departments -- and in some cases has driven administrators to new extremes when it comes to hiring staff.

  • 3D films no more emotionally involving than 2D, says study

    3D films are becoming more ubiquitous as increasing numbers of Hollywood top dogs jump on the bandwagon. But film directors who think they're on top of their game with 3D technology might have their work cut out for them - at least in terms of the emotional impact. By: Emiko Jozuka, Continue reading...

  • Why tennis players are rushing to the psychologists...

    Psychologists have become a more established presence on the tennis tour, with top players like Andy Murray and Petra Kvitova espousing the benefits.

  • Psychologists' evaluation of Daniel Marsh ruled out psychosis

    A psychologist tasked with evaluating Daniel Marsh's sanity told a Yolo County courtroom the Davis teen struggled with his identity, finding similarities between himself and the serial killers he researched.

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