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Engendering Psychology and Psychotherapy

A Feminist Perspective The current practice of psychotherapy can seem like a confusing psychological marketplace because it is in a process of profound change, paradigmatic change, change in our understanding of what change is. Neuroscience has made an important contribution...
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Believing Is Seeing

The Blindness of the Sighted There is a mysterious alchemy involved in what we call normal sight, the well-functioning eye/brain duet. Every human eye has a blind spot near the center of the visual field. This is not about peripheral...
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Fundamentalist Masculinity

The Old-Fashioned American Tough Guy As I wrote originally many years ago,[1] traditional masculinity is built on the shaky foundation of having to be ready at every moment to be proven. To be brief and succinct, the proof goes like...
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Culturally Induced Blindness

Those Who See Are Also Blind A boy was seriously hurt in a car crash and his father, who was driving, was killed instantly. The boy was rushed to the hospital to undergo surgery. As the surgery team assembled, the...
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