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Personality Disorders: Types, Incidence, and Impact

Portraits of the Self Turned Against Itself

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Since the beginning of recorded history societies have employed strategies for understanding the distinguishing differences among people. Even primitive and ancient cultures developed methods for determining and recognizing the distinctive characteristics of the individual within the collective. One of…




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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