The 2004 National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions states that 14.79 percent (30.8 million) of the U.S. population has at least one personality disorder. Personality disorders originate from distorted patterns in personality...
Of the over 809 million older adults in the world, many face barriers to mental healthcare, including lack of information, lack of referrals from primary physicians, high costs, and regulations.
Discussion of the common cold, the body's lines of defense, rhinoviruses, and the roles of histamine and heparin, and immunity.
Definition of aggression, discussion of relevant brain physiology, the neurobiological components of human aggression including Fight-Flight, Behavioral Approach, and Behavioral Inhibition Systems.
A detailed analysis (using the Jowett/O'Donnell method) of the ideology, purpose, context, and techniques of the Bush Iraq war propaganda campaign, with audience reactions and counter propaganda.
Death is seldom discussed in American culture due to fear. Euphemisms for death greatly abound. Exploring the basis for this fear we learn to overcome it through discussion and familiarity.