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Papers in Transpersonal Psychology

Transpersonal Psychology papers in Psychology, A

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  1. Recent studies have focused on the widespread problem of violence among adolescent and college aged dating couples. Much of this research has focused on identifying risk factors and correlates of dating violence, along with implementing intervention…
  2. A mounting body of literature recommends that treatment for fibromyalgia (FM) encompass medications, exercise and improvement of coping skills. However, there is a significant gap in determining an effective counterpart to pharmacotherapy that…
  3. Although a few family therapy researchers and clinicians have urged universal screening for intimate partner violence (IPV), how screening is implemented-and, in particular, client and therapist response to screening-is vaguely defined and largely…
  4. This report presents a review of leadership theory and competency frameworks that was commissioned to assist the development of the new National Occupational Standards in Management and Leadership. ♦ The report begins with a review of leadership…
  5. T he authors draw on (1) the hierarchy-of-e†ects (HOE) model, (2) the stages-ofchange (SOC) model, (3) social learning theory (SL T ), and (4) the di†usion of innovations (DOI) to synthesize a staged model through which communication messages have…
  6. The project aimed to assess stigmatized attitudes among health professionals directed towards patients with mental health problems. The Attitude to Mental Illness Questionnaire was used to assess participants' attitudes towards fictitious patients…
  7. Aikido is a martial art whose core philosophy is about conflict resolution and taking care of our opponents and ourselves. My experience, and the experience of fellow aikidoists who work in software development, is that the practice and philosophy…
  8. Anxious temperament (AT) in human and non-human primates is a trait-like phenotype evident early in life that is characterized by increased behavioural and physiological reactivity to mildly threatening stimuli. Studies in children demonstrate that…
  9. Purpose. The aim of this study was to examine the impact of completing a community-based rehabilitation programme on both the rate of domestic violence reoffending, and time to first post-treatment offence within an 11-month follow-up period. In…
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