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Discussion: Mental Health in the Workplace

Companion to Literature Review: Mental Health in the Workplace and Methods & Results: Mental Health in the Workplace. Based on a paper by Misty Smith originally published for PSY 444 at Southern New Hampshire University. 

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The Polis: Ancient Greek Society

The Polis, or city-state, according to Aristotle was needed to set the Greeks apart from barbarians. “The proof that the state is a creation of nature and prior to the individual is that the individual, when isolated, is not self-sufficing; and therefore he is like a part in relation to the whole”. [1] Aristotle delivers […]

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Methods & Results: Mental Health in the Workplace

Companion to Literature Review: Mental Health in the Workplace. Originally published by Misty Smith for PSY444 at Southern New Hampshire University.

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The Peloponnesian War

The Peloponnesian War was also called the great war between Sparta and Greek and was caused by Athens provoking Sparta on three different fronts, “the Corcyrean – Athenian treaty,  the siege of Potidaea, and the Megarian decree…” (Nagle, 2014). After many years of fighting and with many losses the Peloponnesian War ended with Athens agreeing to […]

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Literature Review: Mental Health in the Workplace

Based on the paper titled “Introduction and Literature Review” by Misty Smith. Originally Published for PSY444 at Southern New Hampshire University.

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