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Rutgers graduate students learn about Tourette Syndrome for 12th straight year

Earlier this month, the New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome & Associated Disorders (NJCTS) presented to incoming graduate students at Rutgers University’s Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology (GSAPP) for the 12th straight year! Led by Dr. Robert Zambrano… Continue Reading

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“Tourette Syndrome: Coping With Difference” — Perspectives

The following is part 5 of a series of entries that, as a whole, comprise a paper titled “Tourette Syndrome: Coping With Difference” I wrote for a class I am taking at the University of Texas-San Antonio. Read part 1… Continue Reading

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“Tourette Syndrome: Coping With Difference” — History

The following is part 4 of a series of entries that, as a whole, comprise a paper titled “Tourette Syndrome: Coping With Difference” I wrote for a class I am taking at the University of Texas-San Antonio. Read part 1… Continue Reading

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“Tourette Syndrome: Coping With Difference” — Methods of inquiry

The following is part 3 of a series of entries that, as a whole, comprise a paper titled “Tourette Syndrome: Coping With Difference” I wrote for a class I am taking at the University of Texas-San Antonio. Read part 1… Continue Reading

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Oh What A Tangled (Neural) Web We Weave: A first-person account of Tourette Syndrome (part 1, background)

EDITOR’S NOTE: This multipart series first appeared in the March 2010 edition of the Journal of Clinical Psychology Practice and also can be found on Life’s A Twitch, a website run by Canadian psychologist Dr. B. Duncan McKinlay. I am… Continue Reading