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The New Yorker magazine dated April 6, 2015 has an article on tDCS by Elif Batuman entitled, ELECTRIFIED: adventures in transcranial electrical direct-current stimulation. As one expects of a New Yorker article it is captivating and clear; it is also relatively short. Perhaps not so short. About 6,000 words. I had just finished 10 minutes of […]
A European colleague, Robert Johansson PhD, has called my attention to a very new review (published online March 28, but I don’t know have the address) on the Empirical Status of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, by Leibsenring et al in Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics. My friend says this is a prestigious European journal and sent a pdf, Leichsenring2015ESTreview […]
Oliver Sacks is rightfully the most renowned physician of our time. The neurologist is the author of thirteen books including Migraine, Awakenings, The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat, Musicophillia, and a new memoir On The Move. On February 19, 2015 in the NY Times, Sacks announced that he had been diagnosed with […]
SLAVERY’S SHADOW: Racism in the American Psyche an all-day program Saturday, February 21, 2015 at NCP. Public invited. Nationally recognized speakers in the morning, small & large group processing in the afternoon. Space will be limited so reservations suggested. slavery program Feb 21 brochure Click here or headline for brochure details
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