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To microdose a psychedelic drug means to take a dose small enough to provide no intoxication or significant alteration of consciousness. Microdosing has been growing in popularity and visibility in recent years, and has received substantial media coverage. However, it … Continue reading
Emotions while awaiting lung transplantation: A comprehensive qualitative analysis Health From Health Psychology Open In long-lasting or chronic illnesses, emotions – particularly negative ones – have been described in relation to adaptive strategies to preserve a sense of normality. Among … Continue reading
This is reposted on behalf of our society partner, ISPO: a global multidisciplinary organization aiming to improve the quality of life for persons who may benefit from prosthetic, orthotic, mobility and assistive devices. Sarah Curran, Editor-in-chief for the ISPO Journal Prosthetics and … Continue reading
Getting back in the game: What helps middle-aged women get hired after long absences from the workplace?
The Resume Characteristics Determining Job Interviews for Middle-Aged Women Seeking Entry-Level Employment From Journal of Career Development Finding a job in today’s economy is difficult in the best of circumstances, but many women are facing an even bigger challenge: returning … Continue reading