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Calm down, that spider is not as big as you think

Shared by Pete Crane

medicalnewstoday.com - A fear of spiders, known as arachnophobia, is the third most common phobia in the US, affecting more than 30% of Americans. While most people have a dislike of spiders, people with arachnophobia ma...

The Science of Slow Deep Breathing

psychologytoday.com - The odds are good that you have been on the receiving end of the aforementioned recommendation more than once during your life. The odds are also good that, at least initially, this respiratory adm...

How the Brain Builds Place Memories

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neurosciencenews.com - Tübingen researchers activate previously dormant memory cells. Tübingen neuroscientists have succeeded in activating dormant memory cells in rats. Using weak electrical impulses targeted at previou...

How Pro Athletes Improve Their Mental Game | Sports Psychology Blog for Athletes and Coaches

peaksports.com - Why do so many athletes neglect their mental game? Why would you spend so much time developing your physical skills and scrimmaging yet neglect the one part of the game that impacts performance the...

Understanding The Benefits of Psychotherapy

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ny-psychotherapy.com - Psychotherapy has often not gotten the respect it deserves, but this method of healing mental health disorders proved to be very effective owing to the way it takes in the full scope of the human e...

Boys with Incarcerated Parent at Double the Risk for Adult Heart Attack

psychcentral.com - Boys who experience the incarceration of a parent have approximately double the risk of having a heart attack in later adulthood in comparison with boys not exposed to such a childhood trauma, acco...

Psychology of the human touch at an early age. ~ Brainstorm Psychology

brainstormpsychology.blogspot.com - An important factor in growth and development. Similar to food, water and air, the human touch is another one of our basic needs as we have a constant desire to be connected with others. This is a ...

Lack of Sleep Tied to Compulsively Checking Facebook

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psychcentral.com - New research shows that a lack of sleep leads to more frequent online activity, such as incessantly checking Facebook. “When you get less sleep, you’re more prone to distraction,” said lead researc...

The 7 Secrets Self-Motivated Entrepreneurs Know

entrepreneur.com - Join us in a city near you at Entrepreneur’s Accelerate Your Business event series kicking off Feb 23. View cities and dates » How do some entrepreneurs overcome obstacles, maintain intense focus, ...

Concept as Abstraction. A hindrance in developing intelligence? (Addenda 2/7/16)

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newfoundations.com - I shall not today attempt further to define the kinds of material I understand to be embraced within that shorthand description [“hard-core pornography”], and perhaps I could never succeed in intel...

NEWFOUNDATIONS.COM BLOGSITE: "The Stimulus” remains a Hypothetical Construct; or, Guessing At What Elicits Behavior

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newfoundationsbloglocus.blogspot.com - "The Stimulus” remains a Hypothetical Construct; or, Guessing At What Elicits Behavior (Researchers) … have implicitly allowed their own behavior to define the stimulus… --- Blough & Millward, (196...

TimeRabbit: Facebook Introduces Time Measurement Device

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seowebmarketing.co.uk - Facebook can become a never ending abyss of words, pictures, links and videos. How many hours are spent soullessly trudging, scrolling and stalking through friends? How many hours are spent looking...

What Are the Three Ways to Train Your Brain to Be Happy?

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bakadesuyo.com - You can train your mind to be unhappy and you can train it to be happy. Training your mind to look for errors and problems (as happens in careers like accounting and law) can lead you toward a perv...

Your Brain on the Super Bowl: the Psychological Side Effects of Fandom

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healthline.com - Sean Pate still has a tough time talking about the 1997 Rose Bowl when his alma mater, Arizona State, lost 20-17 because of a last-minute drive by the Ohio Buckeyes. In fact, it took him a few year...

8 Psychological Insights Into the Brain That Will Improve Your Marketing

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entrepreneur.com - The better you understand the human mind, the better you’ll be able to persuade customers to convert. And, if you think about it, marketing is really about applied psychology. Related: The Incredib...

Seasonal affective disorder at the center of workplace legal controversy

startribune.com - CHICAGO – This time of year, that blaring alarm clock might bother you a little more. It’s cold and dark outside, and your commute feels longer than usual too. When you finally get to work, you mig...

Psychology Professor Leveraging Research in Medical Center Curriculum Project

news.usm.edu - A University of Southern Mississippi faculty member is a co-investigator on a grant-funded collaborative project designed to train medical students to help patients dealing with substance abuse. Dr...

Early motor skills may affect language development

medicalxpress.com - Learning to sit up, crawl and walk are all major milestones in a child's early development – and parents often record these actions in baby diaries, photographs and videos. Developing motor skills ...

Use virtual reality to overcome your fear of public speaking

thenextweb.com - Got a presentation coming up? Between keeping your thoughts straight, sticking to the time limit and braving an audience, public speaking gigs can be daunting. A new Android app for Google Cardboar...

Pilot study shows meditation can help US veterans manage chronic pain

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medicalnewstoday.com - They return to the United States with multiple types of trauma, and suffer from one of the highest rates of chronic pain of any population in the United States. They are U.S. veterans. A major chal...

Psychiatric Social Worker/Marriage & Family Therapist-Adult Unit-Chinese, Spanish or Tagalog Prefr'd (San Mateo County, CA)

careersingovernment.com - Job Description: The County of San Mateo Health System is seeking an experienced individual for the position of Psychiatric Social Worker/Marriage & Family Therapist-Adult Unit-Chinese, Spanish or ...

Study Explores How Black Men Find Success in College

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nytimes.com - PHILADELPHIA — James Wanda, a senior at Pennsylvania's Lafayette College and one of two black computer science majors in his class, says at times he has felt pressure to succeed not just for himsel...

10 Paradoxical Traits Of Creative People

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fastcompany.com - Editor's Note: This is one of the most-read leadership articles of 2013. Click here to see the full list. I frequently find myself thinking about whether I am an artist or an entrepreneur. I am sim...

Google’s surprising discovery about effective teams

weforum.org - Google has done extensive research into the skills and character traits of a good manager. But what about the rest of the workforce? For any large organization to thrive, entire teams need to gel t...

The Central Challenge of Management

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psychologytoday.com - I once worked for a Chief Marketing Officer who above all liked to hire Psychology majors. He was convinced they’d usually become better marketers than, say, those who majored in Marketing, Adverti...

Peter Kinderman Interview

all-about-psychology.com - British Psychological Society President-elect, Peter Kinderman, Ph.D., is Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Liverpool and an honorary Consultant Clinical Psychologist with Merse...

How Music Hijacks Our Perception of Time

3tags.org - **A composer details how music works its magic on our brains.** One evening, some 40 years ago, I got lost in time. I was at a performance of Schubert’s String Quintet in C major. During the second...

Sleep Deprived Employees Engage in More Unethical Workplace Behavior • I/O at Work

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ioatwork.com - When employees engage in unethical behavior, organizations suffer. For example, employee theft or dishonesty can hurt organizations both internally and in terms of public reputation. New research (...

Top ecommerce tips: 5 ways to use popular psychology to boost your conversion rate | Netimperative - latest digital marketing news

netimperative.com - Tom Weeks, UK Sales Director at Ve, shares some of the smartest ways brands can influence consumer behaviour through psychological triggers. We’re all unique: it’s a common and comfortable human be...

Group perceptions ~ Brainstorm Psychology

brainstormpsychology.blogspot.com - When we observe or first encounter a group we inevitably have an opinion of them, we use all available and necessary information to create a mental picture of that group, and the information we use...

The Dark Triad. The personality of evil. ~ Brainstorm Psychology

brainstormpsychology.blogspot.com - First introduced by Psychologists Delroy L. Paulhus and Kevin M. Williams the dark triad is a set of overlapping personality traits which host a group of undesirable behaviours. These three persona...

Why Does Pessimism Sound So Smart? -- The Motley Fool

fool.com - "For reasons I have never understood, people like to hear that the world is going to hell," historian Deirdre N. McCloskey told the New York Times this week. It's hard to argue. Despite the record ...

Scientists find brain plasticity assorted into functional networks

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medicalnewstoday.com - The brain still has a lot to learn about itself. Scientists at the Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute have made a key finding of the striking differences in how the brain's cells can change ...

Here's How Your Height Affects Who Is Attracted To You AND Who You're Attracted To - PsyBlog

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spring.org.uk - People choose partners who are a similar height to them because it’s in our genes, a new study finds. For years its been known that people tend to choose partners who are a similar height to themse...

Overcoming BPD - 9 New Years Resolutions

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psychologytoday.com - The 6th criterion of BPD is the experience of intense and reactive mood episodes which usually last for a few hours or rarely few days. These mood states don't last as long as the mood states of bi...

A Novel Trial for Pediatric Bipolar Disorder

Shared by Laura Sanders

psychologytoday.com - The FDA studies of medications for children and adolescents diagnosed with bipolar disorder have included the age range of 10 to 17 years.  Results of the studies have been reported for the patient...

Psychology for Digital Behavior Change

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alterspark.com - Over two days, you’ll learn to build online products that are more motivating, usable, and persuasive, by harnessing digital psychology. Though this workshop is all based on science, the content is...

Claudia Gold on The Silenced Child

Shared by Laura Sanders

psychologytoday.com - The following interview is part of a “future of mental health” interview series that will be running for 100+ days. This series presents different points of view about what helps a person in distre...

We May Not Need An Electorate Of Scientists

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npr.org - Voters and legislators are constantly confronted with decisions that would benefit from some understanding of the relevant science: Is cap and trade a good approach to controlling greenhouse gas em...

Exercise & Health Physiology/Psychology: Part Funded MSc by Research Studentship: Investigating t... Job with Swansea University | 396174

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jobs.sciencecareers.org - Exercise & Health Physiology/Psychology: Part Funded MSc by Research Studentship: Investigating t... Children's physical activity levels are associated with both physiological and psychosocial heal...

Preserve Do-No-Harm for Military Psychologists: Coalition Responds to Department of Defense Letter to the APA

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counterpunch.org - Last July, an independent investigation documented a years-long pattern of secret collusion between senior representatives of the American Psychological Association (APA) and the Department of Defe...

Here's What Nerds Predict for Super Bowl 50

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fortune.com - L. Jon Wertheim, a writer at Sports Illustrated, and Sam Sommers, a psychology professor at Tufts, are the authors of This is Your Brain on Sports: The Science of Underdogs, the Value of Rivalry, a...

These Crimes are Not for Sensitive Ears

Shared by Laura Sanders

psychologytoday.com - The first time I saw the pudgy, self-satisfied David Michael Krueger was on “The Mind of a Murderer,” a documentary about a treatment program for violent psychopaths in a Canadian psychiatric hospi...

No Visible Bruises: Domestic Violence and Traumatic Brain Injury - The New Yorker

newyorker.com - In the first version of her story, Grace Costa says that, on the night after Christmas, in 2012, her ex-boyfriend broke into her house, hid behind her bedroom door, and then attacked her as she and...

6 Photographers Asked To Take a Portraits Of The Same Man, But The End Result Shocked Everyone!!

Shared by Greg Thomson

mostexcitingplanet.com - When six photographers are tasked with taking portraits of the same man, the results are astonishing. Here’s the twist: each photographer is told a different (fake) personal history of the man. As ...

How Easy/Hard Is It For Us To Trust?

Shared by Laura Sanders

psychologytoday.com - Establishing trust is complicated. Many data points must be consistent or aligned. Not trusting is simple. A single data point can raise doubts. That's the foundation of America's legal system and ...

3 quick facts about memory. ~ Brainstorm Psychology

brainstormpsychology.blogspot.com - Doorways and memory Something we've all been through at some time or another, you've set out to do a task and you need something from the next room, and as soon as you walk through the doorway.... ...

Racism in psychology

apa.org - The shooting death of Trayvon Martin by a neighborhood watch coordinator, and subsequent acquittal of the watch coordinator, the shooting death of Michael Brown by a white police officer, the death...

Mental Health Influences Everything in Life

blogs.psychcentral.com - Through years of experience, I have come to the conclusion that our mental health influences outcomes in almost every area of our lives. It’s something we must look after, nurture and care for, if ...

Love Is Like Cocaine - Issue 33: Attraction - Nautilus

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nautil.us - “When we want to read of the deeds that are done for love, whither do we turn? To the murder column.” — George Bernard Shaw George Bernard Shaw knew the power of romantic love and attachment. Both,...

Prof.Lakshman

Lawyer with a special interest in Human rights, Encryption and Cyber crimes, Strategist and a Transpersonal Psychologist. Pioneer of e-Consciousness. Author of 4 books including “ Clinical Psychology” Head Faculty of Creative Studies;VP Neuroscience Research Centre

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