Monthly Archives March 2011

A lesson from the Miami Heat: “Big boys don’t cry.”

A lesson from the Miami Heat: “Big boys don’t cry.”

As I was gathering information for my first blog entry on Emotions, I came across the recent drama surrounding the Miami Heat and what is now being dubbed ‘Crygate.’

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Is self-esteem bad? Consequences for children’s development.

Is self-esteem bad? Consequences for children’s development.

If you are reading this you are probably a member of Generation Me, a term Social Psychologist Dr. Jean Twenge, Ph.D., coined to characterize anybody born since 1970 in her 2006 book titled Generation Me: Why Today’s Young Americans Are More Confident, Assertive, Entitled- and More Miserable Than Ever Before.

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Welcome to Psych State of Mind

Welcome to Psych State of Mind

With the proliferation of social media and the unprecenteded level of connectedness that we face today, I felt it was time to venture into ‘blogsphere.’ Enter: Psych State of Mind, a blog that will provide you, the reader, with a view of the world from a psychological perspective.

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