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One person’s abnormal is another person’s normal

To be (abnormal) or not to be (abnormal) — that is the question

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Differentiating the nuances of normalcy from psychopathology has plagued psychologists since the early days of clinical diagnosis.

Operational and diagnostic definitions of “normal” and “abnormal” behavior must consider contextual variables — both at…

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Psychology applied to everyday life

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Donna L Roberts, PhD (Psych Pstuff)

Donna L Roberts, PhD (Psych Pstuff)

Writer and university professor researching media psych, generational studies, human and animal rights, and the intersection of art and psychology

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