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The expendables: Health consequences of child labor in 19th Century England
If we’re going to go back to the 19th century, we might as well know what it was like.
Married people who cheat don't regret it
Married people who have affairs find them highly satisfying, express little remorse and believe the cheating didn’t hurt their otherwise healthy marriages.
Psychopathic traits behind the rise and fall of Madoff
"There are likely to be plenty of people in the world of corporate finance with similar psychopathic traits to Bernie Madoff."
What is a law firm?
Bob and Alicia join Law Chat host Simon Tupman for a far ranging discussion on the future of law, culture and mental health in law firms, diversity and gender and why we're all so stressed these days.
Managing COVID Anxiety
Everyone in today’s uprooted world needs to find areas of their lives in which they can take charge and which will give them a sense of empowerment and enhance their sense of safety. Even for those who seem most secure, taking functional (i.e. not manipulative) control of your relationships is imperative.
Are smartphones making us dumb?
In this episode of The Wellness Daily Show, clinical psychologists Dr Bob Murray and Dr Alicia Fortinberry discuss how our modern obsession with technology is changing the way our brains work.
The wisdom of old lawyers
Experience is the most valuable asset law firms own, and that shouldn’t be forgotten, argues Dr Bob Murray
How to secure clients' loyalty
Being curious and finding commonality with clients and colleagues are key to a committed relationship built around certainty, autonomy, trust and status, says Dr Alicia Fortinberry
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