Cannabis law has become a niche practice area. Although still considered a controlled substance, i.e. subject to regulatory controls and administrative, civil, and criminal penalties under the federal Controlled Substances Act, several states have legalized the use of marijuana for medical or recreational purposes under a variety of schemes. A growing number of small and […]
American law schools eventually will either conduct their own studies or will borrow and adapt existing research, and follow the lead of their foreign counterparts and also several American dental, medical, pharmacy, and other professional schools, and implement some type of evidence-based emotional intelligence education and training, also known as social and emotional learning (SEL), […]
Emotions exert a powerful influence on our daily lives. They drive many things that we need or want each and every day. Emotions help us learn and make decisions. Our creativity depends in part on our emotional experience and abilities. Relationships develop, thrive, suffer, or fail as a result of our emotions and […]
Posts about sexual and gender harassment and discrimination occupy the top tier of popularity and daily visits to Psycholawlogy. In light of the current interest and and see here in these important topics, this post provides a collection of links to some prior articles on Psycholawlogy about these important concerns. This content does not purpose […]
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