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Study fails to find any evidence of 'stereotype threat' impairing women's cognitive control and math ability
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Oct 16 8:39PM Psychology

When Ignoring Your Spouse Can Help Your Relationship - "Avoiding a spouse's demands may benefit low-income couples but hurt wealthier couples, study says
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Oct 16 8:39PM Psychology

People Ordered into Mental Health Care Less Likely to Perceive it as Helpful
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Oct 16 8:39PM Psychology

An Evaluation (and Vindication?) of Lewis Terman: What the Father of Gifted Education Can Teach the 21st Century", Warne 2018
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Oct 16 8:39PM Psychology

Do Not Tell Her to Lose Weight
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Oct 16 8:39PM Psychology

MIT Creates AI that Predicts Depression from Speech
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Oct 16 4:34PM Psychology

Eating with your eyes: Virtual reality can alter taste - "Humans not only relish the sweet, savory and saltiness of foods, but they are influenced by the environment in which they eat. Food scientists used virtual reality to show how people's perception of real food can be altered...
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Oct 16 4:34PM Psychology

Artist on LSD
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Oct 16 4:34PM Psychology

Do lovers always tease each other? Psychologists study how couples handle laughter and banter
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Oct 16 4:34PM Psychology

Personality tests: Are you average, self-centred, role-model or reserved
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Oct 16 4:34PM Psychology

National bans on slapping children linked to less youth violence. In countries with full bans at home and school, rates of physical fighting are 42 percent --69 percent lower
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Oct 16 9:42AM Psychology

Many undergrad psych textbooks do a poor job of describing science and exploring psychology's place in it
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Oct 16 9:42AM Psychology

A new study found that both men and women viewed more agentic or stereotypically masculine traits as more important than communal or feminine traits to be a successful leader, which may explain the bias against female leaders and continued scarcity of women at the very top of organizations.
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Oct 16 9:42AM Psychology

Those who tend to grapple head on with uncertainty by choosing the unknown, known as "explorers" in a Brown University study, may be this way because of an aspect of the brain's architecture for producing decisions and learning.
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Oct 16 5:13AM Psychology

UK doctors to prescribe cooking classes to combat loneliness
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Oct 16 5:13AM Psychology

Children are like "tabula rasa", and if you want them to become a creative person, you must encourage them while they are still young.
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Oct 16 5:13AM Psychology

Global study finds youngest in class more likely to be diagnosed with ADHD
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Oct 15 8:30PM Psychology

The Brain Can Work Against Abuse Victims | Psychology Today
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Oct 15 8:30PM Psychology

When Brain Damage Unlocks The Genius Within
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Oct 15 8:30PM Psychology

The Employee Engagement Myth - Luke Thomas - Medium
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Oct 15 8:30PM Psychology