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Neuroscience Research Communications publishes important, original contributions to the neurosciences. The journal is international and multidisciplinary and welcomes papers in all areas of the neurosciences. It comprises short papers, selected mini-reviews and timely comments by leading authorities on current topics.
An article describing the consumer perceptions of prestige brands, available in the Journal of Consumer & Market Research.
The objective of EAAP is to promote the study of psychology and the scientific pursuit of applied psychology in the field of aviation and to promote the contribution of aviation psychology and human factors to the enhancement of safety and the optimization of human performance in all aspects of aerospace.
When death occurs, young children in particular may need the concrete experience of seeing the parent after death. Bereaved adults find it particularly difficult to help a child in this way, and the general practitioner could offer to accompany the child. Similarly, children benefit from attending the funeral but need some protection from the raw expressed grief that may be shown at that time.
Reasonable diet and exercise programs, if followed consistently, help provide a person with health and strength. But when programs completely bypass such underlying issues of eating disorders, the programs are doomed to fail. The tragedy is that often the person doesn't know it was the program that failed. The person with the eating disorder, all ready racked with guilt and self-punishing thoughts, is certain that he or she was the failure. This guide provides specific exercises and techniques to help curb overeating.
ODD is a psychiatric disorder that is characterized by two different sets of problems. These are aggressiveness and a tendency to purposefully bother and irritate others. It is often the reason that people seek treatment. When ODD is present with ADHD, depression, tourette's, anxiety disorders, or other neuropsychiatric disorders, it makes life with that child far more difficult.
CAMP currently uses virtual reality exposure therapy in combination with physiological feedback to treat fear of flying, fear of driving, claustrophobia, agoraphobia, social phobia, and driving deficits. In addition, multimedia physiological systems are used to treat arachnophobia, physiological disorders, and stress-related disorders such as headache, hypertension, chronic pain, Raynaud's disease, TMJ disorder, and attention-deficit disorder. Biofeedback-assisted therapy is also used to treat other anxiety disorders including panic disorder, fear of public speaking, and other phobias. Pelvic muscle rehabilitation, in combination with patient education, are used to treat those with Urinary Incontinence.
The jigsaw technique is a cooperative learning approach that reduces racial conflict among school children, promotes better learning, improves student motivation, and increases enjoyment of the learning experience.
Publishes psychological research that makes a significant contribution to the understanding and practice of education; carries empirical and theoretical studies, case studies, action research, surveys, experimental studies, psychometric or methodological research.
Publishes empirical and conceptual papers which aim to increase understanding of people and organizations at work. Papers include: industrial, organizational, engineering, vocational and personnel psychology, as well as behavioural aspects of industrial relations, ergonomics, human factors and industrial sociology.
Publishes original papers which advance professional and scientific knowledge in the field of legal and criminological psychology broadly defined. Topics include: role of expert witness, new legislation, management of offenders, crime prevention, victimology, mental health and the law, impact of the law on behaviour.
Publishes original contributions to scientific knowledge in clinical psychology. Topics reflect the broad role of clinical psychologists and include descriptive studies as well as studies of the aetiology, assessment and amelioration of disorders of all kinds, in all settings and amongst all age groups.