“I’m extremely co-dependent,” Bell, 35, told Jones. “I shatter a little bit when I think people don’t like me. That’s part of why I lead with kindness and I compensate by being very bubbly all the time because it really hurts my feelings when I know I’m not liked. And I know that’s not very Read more
With now over 165,000 health care apps directly available for download today, how can psychiatrists identify which are most helpful and which to avoid? In this podcast, our Digital Psychiatry Editor, Dr John Torous, talks with Dr Michael Knable about what is involved in rating and curating psychiatry apps to assess their quality.
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A few years back, a famous psychologist published a series of studies that found people could predict the future — not all the time, but more often than if they were guessing by chance alone. The paper left psychologists with two options. “Either we have to conclude that ESP is true,” says Brian Nosek, a Read more