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  • Players using psychologists to find the extra one percent

    By Simon Cambers NEW YORK (Reuters) - Tennis players are always looking for that extra 1 percent, the unseen edge that could take them to the very top. A common sight for years in golf and now used extensively in sports like cycling and athletics, for a long time it seemed as though tennis players were reluctant to open up their minds, perhaps fearful of what they might find. Murray has had ...

  • Tennis-Players using psychologists to find the extra one percent

    By Simon Cambers NEW YORK, Sept 2 (Reuters) - Tennis players are always looking for that extra 1 percent, the unseen edge that could take them to the very top. A common sight for years in golf and now used extensively in sports like cycling and athletics, for a long time it seemed as though tennis players were reluctant to open up their minds, perhaps fearful of what they might find. Murray has ...

  • Why tennis players are rushing to the psychologists...

    Psychologists have become a more established presence on the tennis tour, with top players like Andy Murray and Petra Kvitova espousing the benefits.

  • Lack of trained specialists puts stress on Minnesota school districts

    A shortage of school psychologists and other highly trained specialists is making state and local school districts reconsider how they fill their special education departments -- and in some cases has driven administrators to new extremes when it comes to hiring staff.

  • Charges dropped against 2 psychologists linked to autistic girl's death

    Charges have been dropped against two psychologists who were indicted last month by a Broward County grand jury in connection with the death of a 12-year-old autistic girl. Broward County state attorney's office spokesman Ron Ishoy said charges were dropped Wednesday against Juliana Gerena and Helen Richardson. They were indicted Aug. 22 on one count each of failure to report child neglect ...

  • Charges Dropped Against Psychologists In Child Abuse Death

    Charges have been dropped against two psychologists who were indicted for not reporting to the state their suspicions of mistreatment of a 12-year old autistic Lauderhill girl who later died.

  • Charges dropped against 2 in disabled girl's death

    Charges have been dropped against two psychologists indicted for failing to report the neglect of a severely disabled South Florida girl.

  • America’s fastest growing jobs

    The jobs with the largest expected growth are often those that benefit from America’s changing demographics.

  • Stabbing suspect still unfit for trial, psychologists say

    LAKE STEVENS — State psychologists say a mentally ill man still is unable to assist his attorney to defend against a murder allegation. It has been more than a year since Phillipa Evans-Lopez, 20, was found tied up in her Lake Stevens home.

  • Carnation deaths: No closed courtroom when psychologists testify

    Balancing a defendant’s right to a fair trial and the public’s right to open courts is a “minefield,” said a King County judge who denied two defense motions on the first day of a hearing to decide if Michele Anderson is competent to stand trial for allegedly killing six fami

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