Cooper, Garry
March 2008
Psychotherapy Networker Magazine;Mar/Apr2008, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p13
The article offers news brief related to post-traumatic stress disorder. Jerry Burger, professor of psychology at Santa Clara University, was asked to replicate the classic experiments of Stanley Milgram in 1960. A dramatic first-person article by research scientist Marlene Belfort alerted therapist to consider thyroid and adrenal problems before giving antidepressant prescription. The study of 46 metanalysis gender differences of University of Wisconsin psychologist Janet Shibley Hyde.


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