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“The Psychology of Law is defined as a self-organizing system of internal textual depth in the social structures of governed rules, impetus, and syntax.”

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Project GLOW

From Project GLOW, "this project provides the opportunity for researchers to join forces to collaborate on a single, major, innovative, international, interdisciplinary, inter-generational, applied research project on the topic of a global living organizational wage. It includes current work on the Living Wage and its links to poverty reduction through Sustainable Livelihood and Decent Work.

A research group identified as End Poverty and Inequality Cluster (EPIC) exists within the School of Psychology at Massey University and is the nominal site of this collaborative research project. It is closely supported in this project by Massey University’s MPOWER unit (Massey People, Organization, Work and Employment Relations) and the Global Organization for Humanitarian Work Psychology (GoHWP) ."

THE INSTITUTE OF I/O PSYCHOLOGY | LAW

Is a Project GLOW partner located in the South Pacific Rim, in the tribe lands of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians and Nation of Hawai'i. Project P|RIM HUB HAWAI'I is currently working with AI (Artificial Intelligence) and writing a natural language API in psychology to assess, diagnosis, and treat the Psychology of Laws to address the psychology of policies associated with a Decent Living Wage.

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SIXTEENTH PROCLAMATION RELATED TO THE COVID-19 EMERGENCY

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This demonstration of textual data may provide some insight to the psychological state of the conscious and unconscious motivation of its authors. Our not for profit, The Institute of Industrial/Organizational Psychology (501 (c) 3) is developing a method to integrate this into Occupational Health Psychology and help improve work|life balances.