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Sleep and the EPPP
Our earlier article,"Sleep and Self Care," considered evidence that a proper night’s sleep is fundamental to emotional, psychological, physical, and mental well-being. In this post I want to continue the discussion by suggesting that sleep is also fundamental to good memory.

Sleep and Self-Care
People enter the caring professions for a variety of reasons, but usually at the top of the list is the desire to help others. However, in our desire to help others it’s sometimes easy to forget that the quality of the care we can offer, and even our ability to continue offering that care, depends on remaining healthy ourselves.

Studies on the Link Between Psychopathy and Fear
Psychopathy has traditionally been linked to a lack of emotion, specifically when it comes to fear. Psychologists weigh in.

The Psychology of Touch
The Psychology of Touch: How the Primary Sense Drives Human Behavior

You’re Never Too Old to Become a Social Worker
How do you think of yourself as you age? For many of us, when we think about the aging process, the first words that come to our minds are negative terms like “decline”, “senility” and “decrepit.” This is because our culture tends to associate aging with cognitive and physiological decline.