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Argosy University, Sarasota’s Dr. Suprina Talks “Saying No” During the Holidays
Argosy University, Sarasota’s Dr. Suprina Talks “Saying No” During the Holidays
Dr. Joffrey Suprina, dean of the College of Counseling, Psychology and Social Sciences at Argosy University and professor at Argosy University, Sarasota was recently quoted on “Hello Giggles” about taking on too much during the holidays and the need to sometimes say no.

“Stress is common during the holidays because we have additional demands on our resources, like our time, energy, and finances,” Joffrey S. Suprina states within the article. “For most, it is not one single thing but the combination of demands that pushes us to our limit.” He advocates having the strength to say no when necessary, describing it as a power that all people show know how to tap into.

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Schaumburg’s Robert Eme Authors Article on Prevention of Adolescent Substance Abuse
Schaumburg’s Robert Eme Authors Article on Prevention of Adolescent Substance Abuse

Robert Eme, Ph.D., professor of Clinical Psychology at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University | Schaumburg, recently published the article “Prevention of Adolescent Substance Abuse Through ADHD Treatment.”

According to the article abstract, “there is no doubt that substance abuse (SA) is a major public health problem that affects nations throughout the world. As rates of alcohol, cigarette, and marijuana use are very low prior to age 11, the critical period for SA is from eighth to twelfth grade when rates increase dramatically.”

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Schaumburg’s Robert Eme Authors Article “How Serious is ADHD?”
Schaumburg’s Robert Eme Authors Article “How Serious is ADHD?”

Robert Eme, Ph.D., professor of Clinical Psychology at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University | Schaumburg, recently published an article in the Journal of General Practice. “How Serious is ADHD?” investigates evidence that establishes ADHD as brain disorder associated with a set of well-defined symptoms that causes serious impairment in many life activities.

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Northern Virginia’s Brian Sharpless’ Exploding Head Syndrome Study Covered in Guardian Story
Northern Virginia’s Brian Sharpless’ Exploding Head Syndrome Study Covered in Guardian Story

Professor Brian Sharpless, instructor, the American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University | Northern Virginia, was recently mentioned by the Guardian as a world expert in the study of Exploding Head Syndrome.

The article’s authors—Christopher French, Alice M. Gregory, and Dan Denis—include a call to action for people who have experienced Exploding Head Syndrome (EHS) to contact them. “We are hoping to carry out a large-scale survey of EHS. We’re also interested in the equally intriguing phenomenon of sleep paralysis, which involves a temporary period of paralysis occurring between sleep and wakefulness.”

According to the article, EHS sounds can include explosions and other types of loud noise including gunshots, fireworks, thunder, doors slamming, clapping, shouting, and the clash of cymbals.

Results from the survey will be published in scientific journals, presented at conferences and publicized via the media, according to the authors. “In this way, we hope to make progress in learning more about the nature of such sleep-related anomalies. Just as importantly we want to help to reassure those who suffer from them that, although such episodes may be terrifying, they are essentially harmless.”

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