It is trying to assert its arrival and India has to be psychologically
prepared for everything".
Jazz is an award-winning workplace and being honoured for fostering a psychologically
healthy workplace further demonstrates that.
Many parents don't realise the level of access their children have to material far too sexually explicit and which could be psychologically
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This group are so tight that it is a difficult one psychologically
for them to handle.
The recognition took place at the APA's 10th annual Psychologically
Healthy Workplace Awards ceremony.
Commenting on victim's psychological condition, Dr Kuldip Kumar said, "Doctors followed a sensitive approach while interacting with the patient and our preliminary investigations have shown that she is psychologically
children, women, they are all psychologically
Children have attempted to end their own lives, and have been left seriously physically and psychologically
com)-- Nominations now accepted for 2010 Psychologically
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helps to quell doubts about recent decisions, research suggests.
In addition, in children who said they recalled ever being abused physically, psychologically
or sexually, there was a statistically significant association between abuse and both abdominal pain and nausea or vomiting.
Every day I read about women getting their boobs done on the NHS because they are psychologically
scarred by being flat chested.
He said: "We have a difficult situation for this game psychologically
because the fans think after this good beginning, the two qualifiers, that the game is easy.
of Utah) present policy makers and advanced undergraduates and above in courses dealing with media effects and theory with an empirically-grounded multi-method dismantling of the notion--referred to here as "myth"--that exposure to media violence increases social aggression in the psychologically