A major caveat of science is the ability to test theories and principles for new and improved versions of our understanding. This means that as our understanding and expansion of knowledge increases, we will go back and look at previously held conclusions and, if necessary, modify them. In psychology, as in other fields, we constantly […]
Entries By Ginny Estupinian Ph.D.
At this time, many states have started to lift stay-at-home orders, and businesses are cautiously resuming operations. Nonetheless, all companies, small and large, are faced with circumstances that compare to nothing they have experienced before. These recent changes require us to perform at our optimum, and a healthy sleep routine is a vital […]
- In my last article, we discussed the value of developing a new normal in the face of the current shelter in place order. Developing a new daily routine during this current crisis is an invaluable way for us to avoid feeling overwhelmed or feeling out of touch. It is also an essential way for us [...]
- We are now beginning the third week of the shelter in place order. As I began to write this post, my phone rang, and shortly after, an alert sounded off on my cell phone, both were from the county health office reminding all of us to continue to shelter in place. As weeks and [...]
- Fun Facts Friday Welcome to Dr. Ginny's Fun Facts Friday where we will take a brief look at one area of the vast and interesting world of psychology, brain anatomy and neuroscience, and discuss how it relates to our own lives. Today, we will be looking at a small, but an essential structure that [...]