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College of St. Scholastica
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• The College of St. Scholastica is offering a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) to the public at no cost. The course, Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology, taught by Dr. Gerald Cizadlo, begins February 18 with registration remaining open until March 2....
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Gerald Heinkel-Johnson, Associate Professor and Department Chair of Psychology, College of St. Scholastica, Understanding the Antisocial Continuum from Kids to Adults.
Gerald Henkel-Johnson, ...
Gerald Henkel-Johnson, Psy.D., LP, is a psychologist in private practice and associate professor and chair of the departments of Psychology and Sociology at The College of St. Scholastica in Duluth.During the last 15 years, his private practice has focused on forensic services to various criminal populations, with a focus on violence risk assessment.
Duluth News Tribune | 12/02/2004 | Some find silence appealing
The reactions people have to the bells' absence are perfectly natural, said Jerry Henkel-Johnson, associate professor of psychology at the College of St. Scholastica.
Some people may get so engrossed in class that they can't monitor the time to ensure class is dismissed at the proper moment, he
said.Other reactions may be explained by the fact that some people thrive on the routine of hearing the bells.After all, even the smallest change in routine or association can be difficult for people.Then, there's the harsh sound the bells had.
"Some people have a nervous system that reacts very strongly to that kind of alarm thing," Henkel-Johnson