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A New View of How the Brain Decides to Make an Effort – Neuroscience News

Neuroscientists have provided clear visual evidence that a region of the human brain known as the ventral striatum kicks in during decision-making to weigh the costs versus the benefits of making a physical effort. Nature Human Behavior published the research by scientists at Emory University. It gives the first detailed view of ventral striatum activity during […]

NARCISSISTIC BEGINNINGS AND CHILDHOOD

Regarding chronically alienated children, it is estimated that up to 40percent develop an alignment with the alienator and have no problem over and over again to denigrate and outright reject the other parent and every-thing they say. These children tend to loose the spirit and soul that once nurtured a love for the NPA’s target […]

Police social work and social service collaboration strategies one hundred years after Vollmer: A systematic review

Purpose The purpose of this paper is to report on a systematic review that examined police social work and social service collaboration strategies implemented to address social problems. Design/methodology/approach A systematic review was conducted to identify the components of police social work and social service collaboration strategies. A total of 11 databases were searched. The […]

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