Arthur Evans

Jr., PhD, clinical and community psychologist and CEO of the American Psychological Association

Arthur Evans on KCRW

Americans are tense amid possible violence at the polls. Businesses in LA have boarded up their windows just in case. There’s the threat of a stolen election — from both sides.

To minimize election stress, take care of your physical health and stay socially connected, says psychologist

Americans are tense amid possible violence at the polls. Businesses in LA have boarded up their windows just in case. There’s the threat of a stolen election — from both sides.

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