ISSN 1538-1080

Tag: Volume 13, Number 3

Investigating the Relationship between Reckless Behaviours, Gender, Psychological Mindedness, and Attachment Security.

Abstract Reckless behaviours, such as reckless driving, sexual behaviours and drug use, are major lifestyle contributors to morbidity and mortality for young adults. The purpose of the current study is to investigate the relationship between reckless behaviours, gender, attachment security and psychological mindedness. Data was collected from university students (n = 101) aged between 18

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IJHC Book Reviews September 2013

Linda Mcquaig and Neil Brooks. The Trouble With Billionaires.Francesca Mason Boring. Connecting to Our Ancestral Past: Healing through Family Constellations, Ceremony, and Ritual.Francesca Mason Boring. Feather Medicine: Walking in Shoshone Dreamtime A Family System Constellation.John Freedom, CEHP. Heal Yourself with Emotional Freedom Technique.Anne-Emanuelle Birn, Yogan Pillay and Timothy H. Holtz, III (eds.). Textbook of International

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Why Do We Dance

From Shiloh a Native Jesus, by Steven WinterHawk A child asked her Grandmother: Why do we Dance? Her Grandmother answered: Did you not hear about Wounded Knee?

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Psychological Freedom Therapy: Case Study of the Psychological Adjustment to Tinnitus

Abstract Tinnitus is sound in one or both ears that occurs without an external stimulus. Approximately ninety percent of tinnitus patients have hearing loss. There are no treatments that reliably eliminate tinnitus. Lack of psychological adjustment to tinnitus can cause psychopathology. This case study describes the integration of techniques from Thought Field Therapy and Emotional

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Methods for Lucid Dream Induction

Abstract Lucid dreaming is self-consciousness or self-awareness while dreaming. Normally, we are self-conscious or self-aware in our ordinary waking state, but not during dreams, when we are conscious but not self-conscious. In the usual dreaming sleep, the left brain hemisphere is closed down, leaving the right hemisphere active. The right hemisphere employs emotional, gestaltic, intuitive,

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The Effects of Somatisation, Depression, and Anxiety on Eating Habits among University Students

Abstract While it is known that depression and anxiety are associated with poor eating habits, little is known about relationships between these common psychological disorders, somatisation and poor eating habits. The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of depression, anxiety and somatisation on eating habits across gender in university populations. University students

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