Aboujaoude

Aboujaoude has been mentioned or cited less than a dozen times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'Feedburner' contains less than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Aboujaoude was highly popular in March last year.

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Are Americans too dependent on computers?

[...] , from 1 to 5 percent of Internet users have fallen into dependence on it, as described by Aboujaoude. In turn, psychological dependence on computer is less visible to people. Particularly, they [...]

myownwritings.com

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Digital therapy is growing incredibly fast — here's what it's all about

[...] published in World Psychiatry, the journal of the World Psychiatric Association, Dr. Elias Aboujaoude of Stanford University and colleagues rounded up the current research on so-called " [...]

businessinsider.com

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Here's the truth about online therapy

[...] published in World Psychiatry, the journal of the World Psychiatric Association, Dr. Elias Aboujaoude of Stanford University and colleagues rounded up the current research on so-called " [...]

businessinsider.com

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London Blitz Improve to 2-0; Dominate Bristol Aztecs in Premier League South

[...] burst up the middle for a score. Then it was quarterback Josh Adamson hooking up with Michael Aboujaoude for a 43-yard touchdown – their second scoring connection in as many games. And field goal [...]

americanfootballinternational.com

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Escaping to Virtual Reality

[...] capabilities might bring more severe cases of social isolation to the public’s attention. Aboujaoude notes that people who report much more fulfillment from virtual scenarios often have underlying [...]

your-discount-copuons.us

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The Good and the Bad of Escaping to Virtual Reality

[...] capabilities might bring more severe cases of social isolation to the public’s attention. Aboujaoude notes that people who report much more fulfillment from virtual scenarios often have underlying [...]

theatlantic.com

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