Category Archives: Volume 39 . No 3-4 . 2002

TALK IS CHEAP

Bernard Mackler 5 LENOX PLACE SCARSDALE, NEW YORK 10583 Words are important but behavior is far more critical. Language can lead or mislead, not activity. The backing of deed with concept leads to honesty, character and commitment. Self-esteem is enhanced … Continue reading

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e-psyche: AN ADJUTANT DATABASE FOR THE BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES?

Bob Perdue and Chris Piotrowski The University of West Florida Pensacola, FL 32514-5750 A new database, named e-psyche, has been recently introduced which in the future may rival PsycINFO as a source for scholarly literature in the behavioral and social … Continue reading

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A PROPOSED ETIOLOGIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY AND NEUROLINGUIPATHOLOGY BASED LINGUISTIC AND PARALINGUISTIC PROCESSING DEFICIT SYNDROME IN STUTTERING

Martin Treon Texas A&M University-Kingsville Kingsville, TX 78363 It is hypothesized that developmental stuttering is one behavioral sign and symptom in the phenotypic spectrum of a four-factor bipolar psychopathology and neurolinguipathology based linguistic and paralinguistic processing deficit syndrome (PNB-LPPD syndrome). … Continue reading

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TWELVE CHALLENGES IN THE YEAR 2003 AND BEYOND FOR CORPORATE AND BUSINESS LEADERS – A HUMANISTIC PERSPECTIVE

Joseph P. Cangemi Professor of Psychology Western Kentucky University Bowling Green, Kentucky Robert L. Apple, Jr. Plant Manager Volvo Penta of the Americas Lexington, Tennessee With the current economic, political, and social challenges in the world today, an even greater … Continue reading

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THE DETERMINANTS OF OCCUPATIONAL CHOICE: A LITERATURE SURVEY (1980-1989)

Sunday Aderemi Adeymo, Ph.D. North East Wales Institute of Higher Education School of Health and Community Studies Plas Cock, Mold RoadWrexham, North Wales LLIL 2AW, ENGLAND This paper examines the determinant of occupational choice. Holland (1961) argued that occupational choice … Continue reading

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CAREGIVING IN YOUNG AND MIDDLE-AGE ADULTS

F. Richard Ferraro, Ph.D. Laura Neisius, B.A Department of Psychology University of North Dakota Grand Forks, ND 58202-8380 Ten young and 10 middle age individuals were recruited from the community to participate in a study examining the effects of caregiving … Continue reading

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CHILDHOOD KLEPTOMANIA: TWO CLINICAL CASE STUDIES WITH IMPLICATIONS FOR FURTHER RESEARCH

James E. Phelan, LCSW, BCD Clinical Psychotherapist 917 Rustwood Drive Biloxi, MS 39532 Recently, little attention has been presented in the psychological literature about childhood kleptomania. This brief paper illustrates two practice cases with a focus on kleptomania in childhood. … Continue reading

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THE RELIGIOUS WRONG OR IS IT THE RELIGIOUS RIGHT? SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND STATE

Bernard Mackler 5 Lenox Place Scarsdale, New York 10583 The American revolt was against the economic and undemocratic control of the British government. The French had a domestic quarrel between the three major economic strata. The ruling group in the … Continue reading

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NON-DIRECTIVE METACOGNITIVE THERAPY

Mark E. Young Freedom Counseling Associates, Inc. P.O. Box 642 Midlothian, TX 76065 Non-Directive Metacognitive Therapy (NMT) uses metacognitive strategies to empower the client to be in control of one’s life. These strategies can be acquired, strengthened, and relied upon … Continue reading

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THE EFFECTS OF CULTURE ON COPING WITH LONELINESS

Ami Rokach, Ph.D. & Tricia Orzeck, B.Sc. The Institute for the Study and Treatment of Psychosocial Stress 104 Combe Ave., Toronto, Ontario Canada M3H 4J9 Katica Lackovic-Grgin, Ph.D. , Zvjezdan Penezic & Izabela Soric, Ph.D. Department of Psychology Faculty of … Continue reading

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