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Thread: article request

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17-Oct-16, 15:57
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posted about 4 years ago
Hi all,

My library doesn't have access to this journal and pay per view is 56 euro for this article
Can some kind soul perhaps send me pdf, if you have access? Many thanks in advance!

Udacina, Alisa Mres, Thewissed, V, Myin-Germeys, I, Fitzpatrick, S, O'Kane, A, & Bentall, R.P(2009).

Understanding the relationship between self-esteem, experiential avoidance and paranoia: Structural
Equation Modelling and Experience Sampling studies

Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 197(9) 661-668

Thread: Maybe I am wasting my time?

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03-Aug-13, 20:20
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posted about 7 years ago
you are unlikely to find a course that addresses your particular niche of interest, but there are alot of MA's that could take you in that direction, for example health psychology MA have typically alot of courses related to stress in general and I am sure you could then find someone with an interest in stress and anxiety that would be interested in pursuing this topic with you should you want to go on a do a phd. Alternatively there are MA in decision making or social psyc that could help develop your understanding of processes involved reactive stress, particularly combat related stress. An another alternative is a more clinical/psychopathology MA , of which there are several- these would place emphasis on aetiology and neurobiology of various clinical conditions and no doubt your understanding of combat stress would be greatly enhanced by taking these courses. this could lead you in direction of being able to develop an good research agenda for a Phd and I'm sure you could find a professor who has an interest in stress or anxiety who also find this interesting.

Thread: conceptual phd

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03-Aug-13, 20:12
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posted about 7 years ago
maybe cognitive psychology? or social psychology and neuroscience?

Thread: where to live?

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03-Aug-13, 01:28
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posted about 7 years ago
well i decided to go for small room, paid deposit and collected keys, so no turning back now-- and i instantly regret it. a 30 minute commute twice a day!!! I'll get no work done. and god only knows what my flatmates will be like. why of why do I always make such bad decisions!! not only that but now i have to waste time moving...

is this buyer's remorse, feeling a little crazy right now

Thread: where to live?

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01-Aug-13, 16:02
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posted about 7 years ago
I am having a dilemma over where to live. Currrently I am renting a one bed on campus for 710 euro a month including bills. I only have a stipend on 10,000 so my parents help me out. However I only moved in June and it very quickly became far too hot to work here. In addition there was a major spider problem owing to fact I beside a river and the building is cladded in wood. I ended up going to parents house in an attempt to get some work done. So I decided I had to move, after alot of searching I found a room in a house for only 300 including bills. The room is very small, tiny- just about enough room for a 50 inch desk. I will be sharing with home owner and two other students and the owner assures me it will be a quiet place to study. she's about 45 and very nice. This was the only room i could find that allowed smoking and was sharing with older people ( I a mature student).

Now I am having second thoughts about moving, I am back in my one bed and its lovely and cool and am looking forward to vegging in my pjs in front of tv with total provacy and studying when it suits me in my massive bedroom. Happy days!!

But then there the expense - a 410 price difference-- my parents are happy to pay it they say- they just want to see me make a success of my Phd and get where I need to go. They have debt, but really the money they spend on me is just small compared to thier actual debt so they don't mind. But I feel bad, I don't like putting them under financial pressure being the age I am. And there is a spider problem and is being on my own 24/7 the healthiest, mentally.

But would a tiny room, thats 35 minutes from campus ( I do have a car, and could do with some excercise), where I will little privacy to chill at weekends, make doing what I trying to do harder?

so sorry this is long, But i would appreciate some toughts from other phd students who may understand my dillemma

thank you!

Thread: will i get fired

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26-Jul-13, 15:00
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posted about 7 years ago
so it is actually possible... yikes

Thread: will i get fired

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25-Jul-13, 23:23
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posted about 7 years ago
I have done no work in 7 weeks - my supervisor is due back from leave in about 3 weeks. I know i should just get very serious study wise, but aside from that do you think i will get fired. Prior to this i think my super was happy with me. I think i preformed reasonably well, not stellar- did a lot of stressing and procrastinating- probably ended up doing 90% of what i should be doing instead of 110% .
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