Posts in: psychology

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The world through language

The world through language

What language can tell us about how we think

By | Posted January 7, 2011

voting booth

The Brain in the Voting Booth

How hidden biases influence our vote

By | Posted October 27, 2010

The Brain Scan Appeal

The Brain Scan Appeal

Bringing neuroscience into the courtroom may influence more brains than we think

By | Posted October 4, 2010

Can a Stroll in the Park Replace the Psychiatrist’s Couch?

Can a Stroll in the Park Replace the Psychiatrist’s Couch?

A new generation of psychologists and therapists focus on the relationship between nature and mental health

By | Posted August 12, 2010

Easing the Burden of Military Suicide

Easing the Burden of Military Suicide

A new study shows promising data from the Air Force’s Suicide Prevention Program

By | Posted May 26, 2010

Of Mice and Men

Of Mice and Men

Like people, mice show pain on their faces

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Playing the Name Game

Playing the Name Game

How trend-averse parents came to live in an Emily-saturated society

By | Posted March 24, 2010

Memory’s Molecules: Learning the Brain’s Vocabulary

Memory’s Molecules: Learning the Brain’s Vocabulary

Scientists struggle to explain the mind in terms of the molecule

By | Posted March 19, 2010

Going Green Can Make You Mean

Going Green Can Make You Mean

The presence of green goods makes people kinder, but purchasing them gives people license to behave badly.

By | Posted March 16, 2010

How Does Your Brain Keep Track of Time?

How Does Your Brain Keep Track of Time?

A new finding challenges conventional wisdom about the mind’s internal clock

By | Posted February 22, 2010

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