How do I look?: A Study Looking at the Effects of Stereotypical Physical Appearance and Socioeconomic Status
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How do I look?: A Study Looking at the Effects of Stereotypical Physical Appearance and Socioeconomic Status

Countless of times, we face the mirror to fix our hair, do our make-up, or perform our daily regimen of body grooming. However, there are just some things that we can’t take control of—like how other people would see us or how we would appeal to them. This sounds too superficial, until you realize its implications in the lives of those who don’t really look nice for many people. Continue reading

Healing Touch: Touch as the secret to medical adherence?
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Healing Touch: Touch as the secret to medical adherence?

Patients who don’t listen to their doctors have been a part of widely known problem of nonadherence. When patients don’t comply, it’s a lose-lose situation. Doctors lose valuable time and patients don’t get better. But psychologists have found a possible way to solve this through the power of touch.   Touch is a fundamental part … Continue reading