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No Fighting at the Table

No Fighting at the Table

"Eating with your family should not be the only time you share with your children". Interview with Dr. Frigueiro.

Childhood memories, for any Hispanic, most likely will include being seated at the table, surrounded by family members, and facing his grandmother or aunt, big rice spoon in hand, asking him, "You want more?" 

Tuesday, January 27, 2015/Author: Norma Borges/Number of views (22)/Comments (0)


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Towards a psychology by and for the Caribbean: native contributions to psychology contributions to native psychologies

Conference with Dr. Guillermo Bernal, Director of the Institute for Investigation in Psychology.
Friday, January 23, 2015/Author: Norma Borges/Number of views (110)/Comments (0)


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Friday, January 23, 2015/Author: Norma Borges/Number of views (61)/Comments (0)


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Silencing the self

Silencing the self

Examine your beliefs about what it means to be a woman

El Nuevo Día reporter Camile Roldán recently interviewed  Dr. Victoria Ruiz Segarra, a professor at Carlos Albizu University, on the subject of depression in women and how their sense of  self  is affected by the roles they play within their families and societies. 
Friday, January 23, 2015/Author: Norma Borges/Number of views (163)/Comments (0)


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The Love Map originates in childhood

The Love Map originates in childhood

Dr. Irma Barron, from the University Carlos Albizu Miami, gives us valuable information on the impact of our family dynamics in the way we relate to others throughout our lives.

 How we interacted with our family members serves us as a blueprint for the relationships we engage in later on. Reporter Camile Roldán Soto interviews Dr. Irma Barrón, a professor at our university, on the subject of how our experiences within our family circle influence our partner selection and romance. 

Thursday, January 15, 2015/Author: Norma Borges/Number of views (854)/Comments (0)


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