Yearly Archives: 2015

Samsha accepting submissions to registry of evidence based practice

Dear Colleagues, I am excited to share with you significant information. Beginning on November 23, 2015, and ending on January 26, 2016 the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is accepting submissions to the National Registry of Evidence-based

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Can viewers tell the difference between abstract art by artists and children’s paintings?

Seeing the Mind Behind the Art : People Can Distinguish Abstract Expressionist Paintings From Highly Similar Paintings by Children, Chimps, Monkeys, and Elephants Angelina Hawley-Dolan and Ellen Winner Psychological Science published online 3 March 2011 DOI: 10.1177/0956797611400915 The online version

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An article on “sparks” of interest and sociometric support for those interests in 15 year olds

To link to this article: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10888691.2014.894414 The authors of this article discuss how social support for constructive interests of adolescents shapes them.

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Post traumatic stress leads to growth in female survivors of Katrina years down the road

Jean Rhodes of U. of Massachusetts Boston and her group found that greater stress from hurricane Katrina was associated with greater growth years later in the low income adult female population they studied. They suggest that for some survivors of

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A talk on spirituality and health and how to measure spirituality

Dr. Gail Ironson of University of Miami has found that spirituality helps in cases of physical illness. https://youtu.be/CsuI8ZCA7mc

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Using Psychodrama in Medical Education in Brazil

www.scielo.br has an article on 7 different studies of the uses of psychodrama in medical education in Brazil.

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Experiential learning proven durable and deeper

Sian Bellock and co authors published studies in the April 24, 2015 online issue of Psychological Science and also in How the Body Knows its Mind (Atria Books, 2015) showing that, when students learn by doing, they learn better experientially

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FEPTO Research news meeting

Dear Practitioner and Researcher in psychodrama, Dear FEPTO Colleagues, We hope you are enjoying summer and looking forward to participating in our forthcoming FEPTO RC Meeting 8 th -11 th of October 2015 in W├╝rzburg. Now we are starting to

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Recent research on empathy

tion Database: PsycARTICLES [ Journal Article ] Addressing the empathy deficit: Beliefs about the malleability of empathy predict effortful responses when empathy is challenging. Schumann, Karina; Zaki, Jamil; Dweck, Carol S. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Vol 107(3), Sep

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more on psychodrama in education

SUMMARY OF THE PROJECT SUMMARY OF THE PROJECT IN 4 LANGUAGE VERSIONS * English * Polish * Portuguese * Romanian * Greek PARTNERS PILOT WORKSHOPS PSYCHODRAMA AND AE PROJECT DOCUMENTATION GRUNDTVIG SEMINAR PUBLICATION CONTACT POTENS- Psychodrama on the Educational Stage

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