criminal behavior

Kahler v. Kansas: So what else is new?

On March 23, 2020, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its ruling in Kahler v. Kansas. To understand the importance of this case, we need to put it in historical context and examine the misunderstandings through the years of the defense of not guilty by reason of insanity. For many years, most states embraced the so-called […]

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  • Covid depressoin

    Life during wartime: the coronavirus psychology

    We are engaged in a war. Not a typical war where an enemy is clearly identifiable. We’re up against an invisible enemy – the COVID-19 virus. The conflict requires something unique and brutally wrenching from its civilians: isolation and physical disconnection. The collective life force has been stopped dead in its tracks now for more […]

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  • Imposter syndrome can limit experiences

    Imposter syndrome can limit experiences

    Imposter syndrome is described as the internal experience of thinking that one is not as competent as others and that one’s success is due to luck rather than qualifications. Some of the signs of imposter syndrome include self-doubt, attributing one’s success to external factors, criticizing one’s performance and fear of not living up to expectations. […]

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