Category Archives: Volume 49 . No. 1-2 . 2012

Creative Abilities, Attitudes and Emotional Intelligence as Predictors of Underachievement and Overachievement

Maciej Karwowski Academy of Special Education Wojciech Wloch Northeastern Illinois University The purpose of the presented study was to conduct an in-depth evaluation of underachievers and overachievers in terms of individual differences, with special attention to creativity and emotional intelligence. … Continue reading

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Color Red: Implications for Applied Psychology and Marketing Research

Chris Piotrowski and Terry Armstrong University of West Florida College of Business Pensacola, FL 32514 Research shows that the color Red elicits predominantly negative reactions in humans, i.e., avoidance motivation, threat, and danger. Most investigators use the color Red as … Continue reading

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Providing Optimal Customer Service for Health & Human Performance Majors

Dr. BerNadette Lawson-Williams, Dr. Karen L. Butler, Dr. Robert Lindsey, Dr. Robert Lyons, Dr. Antonia Mead, Dr. Phyllis Worthy Dawkins, Dr. Indhu Gopal, & Dr. Denisha Hendricks Johnson C. Smith University This article describes the results of a survey that … Continue reading

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The Associations Between Fatigue and Need for Recovery With Anxiety and Depression

Vicki Bitsika Bond University, Queensland Christopher F Sharpley University of New England, New South Wales Kate Morrison Bond University, Queensland The relative associations between fatigue and need for recovery with anxiety, depression and combined anxiety-depression, were compared in a sample … Continue reading

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Loneliness, Support, Marriage and the Family

Ami Rokach, Ph.D. York University, Toronto, Canada The Center for Academic Studies, Or Yehuda, Israel and Walden University, MN, U.S.A. arokach@yorku.ca Loneliness has reached epidemic proportions. It distinguishes not between men or women, rich or poor, illiterate or educated. Loneliness … Continue reading

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The Risk of Depression and Suicide Among University Students of Kuwait: A Cross-Study of Three Universities

Dr. Juliet Dinkha & Sarah Mobasher American University of Kuwait (AUK) Depression and Suicide risk was studied in students of three leading universities of Kuwait, The American University of Kuwait (AUK), Gulf University for Science and Technology (GUST), and Australian … Continue reading

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The Journey of a Psychoanalyst and How His Treatment Altered the Harmful Effects of Early Experiences

Elliott Schuman Long Island University A mistaken belief of mine was that the only “important” people were affluent, and (especially) attractive, respected, or notorious. Another misconception I had was that one had to be celebrated to have “a story.” During … Continue reading

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