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Computer-Mediated Communication in Intimate Relationships: Associations of boundary crossing, intruism, relationship satisfaction, and partner responsiveness

People now use mobile devices on a daily basis to share and communicate in many ways, such as through text messaging and Facebook. This article presents research on computer-mediated communication (CMC) and its effect on committed couples’ relationships. Results of this study suggested that participants’ reports of online boundary crossing…

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Comparison Between Two Continuous Performance Tests for Identifying ADHD: Traditional vs. Virtual Reality

ADHD is a common disorder affecting upwards of 7% of the school-aged children. While the use of questionnaires, combined with a detailed clinical interview, is one of the most common ways of diagnosing the condition, using questionnaires as the primary diagnostic tool is ripe for clinical inaccuracies. The use of…

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From Asperger’s Autistischen Psychopathen to DSM-5 Autism Spectrum Disorder and Beyond: A Subthreshold Autism Spectrum Model

This article describes the diagnostic evolution of Autism Spectrum Disorders, with particular emphasis regarding its presentation in adults. With this summary in mind, the article then describes a model of subthreshold autism. The authors assert that such subthreshold presentations may well include early onset precursors, prodromal features of onset or…

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The Progressive Approach of EMDR Through a Case Example

The “Progressive Approach” (Gonzalez & Mosquera, 2012) was introduced in 2010, as a proposal to use of EMDR with Dissociative Disorders in safe way. After many early cautions about the potential dangers of using EMDR with individuals suffering from dissociative disorders, EMDR is still considered by many clinicians as offering…

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Screening for Intimate Partner Violence, Elder Abuse, and Abuse of Vulnerable Adults: An Evidence Review for the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force

Intimate partner violence (IPV) refers to physical violence, sexual violence, psychological aggression (including coercive tactics, such as limiting access to money), or stalking by a person with whom one has a close personal relationship (e.g., former romantic relationship, spouse. While estimates of IPV prevalence varies for a variety of reasons,…

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