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Aliens, religious and political intrigue, secret world-domination societies and other far-fetched and not-so-far-fetched topics have been fueling conspiracy theories for years, decades and centuries. But why are conspiracy theories believed? Let’s face it, some are completely outlandish and others...
Thursday, April 29, 2021 at 2:30 pm Live with the Service Units – Finance and Registrar Sponsored by the Office of Student Affairs Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81959619284?pwd=ckQwcjVTRUxQL2p6OGEvTmRBaVRsdz09
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March 22 2021 - While technology has always been an integral part of modern society, its usefulness has certainly seen an exponential boom since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.  It is scary to imagine what it...
Let’s imagine a scenario: it’s hundreds of thousands of years ago and two cavemen meet for the first time in the forest. Spoken language hasn’t been invented yet, so our pair of primitives have to rely on something else...
While “sides” may not be the most technically correct term to describe the many branches of psychology, it does work in conveying that the study of the mind and human behavior has many approaches dedicated to it. Over-simplification aside,...

Remembering Alfredo Ardila

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By Isaac P. Tourgeman, Ph.D., M.S. ClinPharm On January 09, 2021, we at Albizu University lost a vital member of our family. Dr. Alfredo Ardila, a world-renowned neuropsychologist, whose humility masked the extent to...
This post was written by Rita M. Rivera, M.S., and Denise Carballea, M.S., members of the Hospital, Healthcare, and Addiction Workers, Patients and Families working group of the COVID Psychology Task Force (established by 14 members of the American Psychological Association).