November 5, 2013


Psychologist speaking with a patient in a well-lit office
Next time some offers you an extended warranty, the question to ask yourself is “Where do I fall on the risk scale?” If you fall near the risk-averse end, you may be more comfortable buying the warranty. But if you fall near the risk-loving end, you will be more comfortable declining the warranty. Like most things in psychology,...
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Occupational Therapist speaking with a patient in a wheelchair
When you are deciding on an educational program, one of the best strategies is to educate yourself about options. Occupational therapists could practice with a bachelor of science degree until 2007, at which time the degree requirement changed and occupational therapists were required to enter the field with either a master’s degree or professional doctorate...
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