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The culture-blindness of global psychology

Global psychology From South African Journal of Psychology The discipline and practice of psychology have long histories in only a few countries of the world. Initially developed in Europe, then further in the United States, it has close ties to … Continue reading

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Is the recent Nigella and Saatchi ‘incident’ an example of strangulation as coercive control in an intimate relationship?

“Do you know what it feels like to drown?” Strangulation as coercive control in intimate relationships From Psychology of Women Quarterly A recent shocking image circulated by the UK press of a photograph taken of popular TV chef Nigella Lawson … Continue reading

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