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news.avclub.comNew Line is developing a film version of Stephen King's brilliantly nasty The Long WalkWe’re in the midst of one of Hollywood’s periodic Stephen King waves at the moment, with the success of last summer’s It providing a rising tide for all sorts of misshapen boats (like, say, James Wan’s upcoming adaptation of King’s not especially good book The Tommyknockers). Still, for every The Mangler or Cell that inevitably gets made during one of these occasional resurgences of Hollywood interest in the horror master’s work, we do sometimes get a couple of more interesting projects. Like, say, the news that New Line is working on an adaptation of one of King’s earliest, least-read books, the nastily efficient psychological drama The Long Walk.
io9.gizmodo.comFlayed Corpse Is Full of Horror Stories You’ll Feel Guilty for Laughing atThe stories inside horror anthology Flayed Corpse and Other Stories feature unseen terrors killing people in horrifying ways, and lifelong cape comics enemies farting in each other’s presence. It may gross you out at times, but the weird mix of humor, gore, and psychological exploration is also hard to walk away from.
thenextweb.comFont psychology: What the posters for Netflix’s top shows can teach usWhen the day is done and you get to finally settle down for some sacred Netflix and chill time, how do you decide what show to watch? There is no shortage of options to choose from on Netflix. I can’t count how many times I’ve sat there staring at the rows and rows of shows …1
theedadvocate.orgDiverse Conversations: The Technology to Successfully Connect College Students - The EdvocateSpread the loveBy Matthew Lynch Kim Rubenstein, Psy.D., is a faculty member at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology and the co-founder of Compatibility, a program that attempts to increase student engagement and empowerment in their college experiences. The program does this through tools that look for the best compatibility when it comes to roommate, peer and mentor (peer/faculty/alumni) relationships, as well as club and organization involvement on campus or in the community. Question: What are colleges and universities doing right when it comes to serving whole students, as opposed to just providing academics? Answer: Assumed within this question are …
theedadvocate.orgPull Your Own Weight: The democratizing effects of beating childhood obesity at an early age - The EdvocateSpread the love**The Edvocate is pleased to publish guest posts as way to fuel important conversations surrounding P-20 education in America. The opinions contained within guest posts are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official opinion of The Edvocate or Dr. Matthew Lynch.** A column by Rick Osbourne One interesting consideration when starting an Operation Pull Your Own Weight childhood obesity prevention project at an early age (K, 1, 2) is the fact that it will do very little for naturally athletic kids who are already genetically (or socially, psychologically, economically, etc.) predisposed to being strong, light, …
dailyviralpost.comA Major Relationship Issue: What Causes Jealousy And How To Stop ItIt's a typical misconception that jealousy is a sign of caring and love.The following quote was posted on Twitter, by someone whose username at least suggested they were associated with the field of psychology: “The1