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The Tree of Knowledge System and the Theoretical Unification of Psychology
The outline for theoretically unified psychology is offered. A new epistemological system is used to provide a unique vantage point to examine how psychological science exists in relationship to theExpand
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History of multiple suicide attempts as a behavioral marker of severe psychopathology.
OBJECTIVE Individuals with a differing number of past suicide attempts are generally considered a homogeneous group, despite emerging evidence to the contrary. The current study aimed to test theExpand
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A New Unified Theory of Psychology
It's not surprisingly when entering this site to get the book. One of the popular books now is the a new unified theory of psychology. You may be confused because you can't find the book in the bookExpand
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Exploring the Effectiveness of a Computer-Based Heart Rate Variability Biofeedback Program in Reducing Anxiety in College Students
Given the pervasiveness of stress and anxiety in our culture it is important to develop and implement interventions that can be easily utilized by large numbers of people that are readily available,Expand
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Psychology defined.
A new form of knowledge technology is used to diagnose psychology's epistemological woes and provide a solution to the difficulties. The argument presented is that psychology has traditionallyExpand
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Suicide intent and accurate expectations of lethality: predictors of medical lethality of suicide attempts.
The degree of intent to commit suicide and the severity of self-injury were examined in individuals (N = 180) who had recently attempted suicide. Although a minimal association was found between theExpand
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The internal struggle between the wish to die and the wish to live: a risk factor for suicide.
OBJECTIVE This study attempted to assess whether an index of the difference between the wish to die and the wish to live constitutes a risk factor for suicide. METHOD A study group of 5,814Expand
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The Nested Model of Well-Being: A Unified Approach
Although well-being is a central topic in psychology in general and positive psychology in particular, it remains somewhat nebulous and more work is required to foster conceptual clarity that will inExpand
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Evolving from Methodological to Conceptual Unification
The absence of a philosophical system that can effectively address the profound problems that exist at the heart of psychology has resulted in the discipline becoming increasingly defined and unifiedExpand
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Character Adaptation Systems Theory: A New Big Five for Personality and Psychotherapy
Although personality theory and psychotherapy were originally closely linked, the past several decades have witnessed surprising gaps between these domains. This article seeks to close that gap viaExpand
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