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What are the Effects of Using Salvia?

medicalnewstoday.com - Salvia (salvia divinorum) is an herbal mint plant that is native to Mexico. A member of the sage family, this naturally occurring hallucinogenic plant has been used for centuries by the Mazatec Ind...

In older adults, frailty and depression symptoms are linked and can affect spouses

medicalnewstoday.com - Frailty, a condition that affects 10 percent of people aged 65 and older, can make older adults more prone to disability, falls, hospitalization and a shorter lifespan. Recently, researchers writin...

5 Practical Ways to Increase Conversions on Your Website

jeffbullas.com - The psychology of selling hasn’t changed – it is embedded in human behavior and our habits. We buy stuff because it relieves a pain in our life, it appeals to our sense of belonging and it makes us...

The key to learning a new skill? Wanting it badly enough

theguardian.com - Imagine I gave you a book full of words, numbers and strange symbols – 150-odd pages of the stuff. Some of the things relate to each other in obvious ways, others not so much. Now suppose I’m going...

Does listening to the radio make driving more dangerous?

medicalnewstoday.com - Driving is an activity that quickly becomes second nature, with more than 75 percent of adult American workers driving to their jobs daily. Because driving an automobile is common across society, i...

Why we fear spiders more than climate change

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gulfnews.com - People tend to fear spiders and snakes more than they do electrical sockets or fireworks, even though the latter present a far greater danger. This might help explain why humans have such a hard ti...

PTSD could be prevented with gut microbes, study suggests

medicalnewstoday.com - Researchers from McMaster University in Ontario, Canada, came to this conclusion about post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) after reviewing recent experimental and clinical data. From research on ...

Health system fails to prepare patients for reality of psoriatic arthritis

medicalnewstoday.com - In a new University of Manchester study, people with psoriatic arthritis have told researchers about the condition's deeply damaging mental effects and how healthcare services failed to prepare the...

What Neuroscience Says about Free Will

blogs.scientificamerican.com - It happens hundreds of times a day: We press snooze on the alarm clock, we pick a shirt out of the closet, we reach for a beer in the fridge. In each case, we conceive of ourselves as free agents, ...

An Anxious Comedian Attempts to Talk about It

psychcentral.com - Being anxious is awful. And one of the worst parts is being too afraid to even talk about it. Sometimes this reluctance is due to fear of judgment. It’s easy to imagine that others will think less ...

A Doctorate in Life: Dual Degrees

psychcentral.com - “I’ve wanted to be a doctor since the age of 4,” an ex-girlfriend once confided. She said this with absolute certitude. At age 4, I was whimpering for Little Debbies. Doctor? Sure, I was a precocio...

Cognitive-behavioral therapy may help reduce memory problems in cancer survivors who have received chemotherapy

medicalnewstoday.com - A new analysis indicates that a type of psychotherapy delivered by videoconference may help prevent some of the long-term memory issues caused by chemotherapy. Published early online in CANCER, a p...

Building a Guilt-Free Relationship with Food through Mindful Eating

psychcentral.com - The primary role of food in young children’s lives is one of sustenance. Young children tend to eat when they’re hungry and push away food when they’re full. Food is a source of nourishment and joy...

Long-Term Effects Of Chronic Stress on Body and Mind

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psychcentral.com - Everyone knows that chronic stress is bad. But just how bad can it be? Tallying the negative effects of long-term chronic stress is quite an eye-opener. Prolonged stress can not only shorten your l...

7 Insights From Psychology Known to Boost Workplace Productivity

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entrepreneur.com - Apply now to be an Enterpreneur360™  company and let us tell the world your success story. Get Started » It’s no longer practical for any organization to measure productivity simply with numbers or...

Mouse Study: Sleep-Wake Cycle Linked to Salt Levels in Brain

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psychcentral.com - Salt levels in the brain appear to play a critical role in whether we fall asleep or stay awake, according to a new mouse study by researchers at the University of Copenhagen. The findings are high...

Brain’s Response to Social Exclusion Different in Young Marijuana Users

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neurosciencenews.com - A study from Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) researchers finds that the brains of young adult marijuana users react differently to social exclusion than do those of non-users. In a report publ...

Rosemary aroma can help older adults to remember to do things

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medicalnewstoday.com - The aroma of rosemary essential oil may improve ability of people over 65 to remember events and to remember to complete tasks at particular times in the future. This is the finding of a study by p...

5 Ways Yoga Benefits Your Mental Health | Yoga and Psychology

yogajournal.com - Ever notice how good you feel — mentally — when you’re practicing yoga regularly? Yoga teacher and licensed psychotherapist Ashley Turner, who is launching a groundbreaking new Yoga Psychology 300-...

Near-death experiences: fact or fantasy?

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medicalnewstoday.com - The quote above comes from a 48-year-old woman who, on one occasion, almost died from complications related to a spinal tumor; it evokes much of the general emotion associated with a classic near-d...

Some of my favorite sites

psychopyrate.tumblr.com - This post is not going to be concerning Programming but more on methodology of psychology. One Psychological, and classical, method is one of psychophysics; cross-modality matching. Stevens found t...

How Colours In Your Office Can Positively Affect Mood

perabusinesspark.co.uk - If you don’t know about chromology, then you’re missing a trick. Also referred to under the dashing title of ‘colour psychology’, companies across the globe are leveraging its subtle power to impro...

IoT Problems Are about Psychology, Not Technology

tripwire.com - I was on a security panel recently where we were asked to define the Internet of Things (IoT). This term is as vague as it is broad. It can be argued that it includes almost any “thing” that can be...

Game over-view: A brief overview of our recent papers on gaming addiction

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drmarkgriffiths.wordpress.com - Following my recent blogs where I outlined some of the papers that my colleagues and I have published on mindfulness and Internet addiction, here is a round-up of recent papers that my colleagues a...

4 Ways To Trick Your Brain Into Committing To Long-Term Goals

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elitedaily.com - Humans are clever creatures. We thought up outer space travel, penicillin and the Internet. We’ve come a long way in the past 100 years, and we consider ourselves the most intelligent beings around...

The Psychology Behind Shape and Form - IdeelArt

ideelart.com - During the 1990s, vision neuroscientist Semir Zeki of University College London founded the discipline known as neuroaesthetics which examines, from a neurological basis, the relative success of di...

Why Do People Remain Friends with Facebook Bullies?

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goodtherapy.org - Fear of social repercussions may prevent Facebook users from unfriending online troublemakers, according to a small study presented at the British Psychological Society’s annual conference. The stu...

Too many university applicants 'pick wrong subjects at 16' - BBC News

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bbc.co.uk - Too many university applicants realise too late they picked the wrong school subjects at 16, says Which? The consumer group said almost a third (28%) of more than 1,000 UK 18- and 19-year-olds univ...

13 Ways to Boost Your Daughter's Self-Esteem | Child Mind Institute

childmind.org - In a culture saturated with digitally altered images of impossibly thin women, raising girls with high self-esteem can be daunting indeed. But as parents, you have great influence—both by what you ...

The Psychology of Virtual Reality

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medium.com - Virtual realities are, actually, quite old. Humans have not been contenting themselves with the world around them for centuries, but instead have created fantasy universes and alternative realities...

Statistics and R

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experimentalfieldlinguistics.wordpress.com - You can also look at our Pinterest or teaching material list: R(studio): Downloads and Info R: http://www.r-project.org/ R Studio: http://www.rstudio.com/ Revolution Open R: http://www.revolutionan...

Anxiety, Depression and College Students

psychcentral.com - A recent survey has determined that anxiety is the most common mental health problem in college students. Depression and stress rank second and third. Anxiety and depression are really just differe...

The cause of burnout | City & West Psychology

cityandwestpsychology.com - It is not unusual that people experience burnout as a result of their job. Anyone who is exposed to prolonged stress can develop a sense that they are being undervalued and overworked and this can ...

3 Reasons People Badmouth Others (and Succeed)

psychologytoday.com - They would repeal Obamacare, scrap any nuclear deal with Iran, rescind all US President Barack Obama's executive actions - including his recently announced directives to cut carbon emissions by 32 ...

Becoming a parent seems to make us less aggressive

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digest.bps.org.uk - Becoming a parent seems to make us less aggressive To watch parents vie for parking spaces at the school gates, you might not think it, but a new study in Aggressive Behavior claims that becoming a...

A Big Clue That You Don’t Love Yourself

heartsintrueharmony.com - Do you notice that you often secretly judge others? For example, your sister tells you about a new car she bought and you think, She can’t possibly afford that car on her salary. She’s so irrespons...

3 Things You Need to Stop Doing to Get Started with What You Truly Want to Do

positivityblog.com - “What is not started today is never finished tomorrow.” Johann Wolfgang von Goethe “It is never too late to be what you might have been.” George Eliot Getting started with doing what you truly want...

Creativity: Linking Theory and Practice for Entrepreneurs

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timreview.ca - Creativity, in the form of the ability to effectively generate novel solutions to relevant problems, can be a source of significant competitive advantage, especially in rapidly changing environment...

Friends Are Better Than Morphine, Psychology Study Finds - PsyBlog

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spring.org.uk - People who are less stressed tend to have more friends. People who have more friends have a higher tolerance for pain, new research finds. Friendships really do help to take the pain away, the stud...

ThinkOgram: My new site logo #technology #psychology #UKEdchat

thinkogram.com - The dictionary meaning of a logo is a symbol, sign, or emblem. Human beings have used such symbols throughout time to convey a succinct message. In present times, logos tend to be graphical in natu...

What Is a Peak Experience and What Does It Feel Like?

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verywell.com - In Abraham Maslow's famous hierarchy of needs, self-actualization is located at the very top of the pyramid, representing the need to fulfill one's individual potential. According to Maslow, peak e...

All In Your Head… Mantras Of Top Endurance Athletes

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gearjunkie.com - Long used by yogis and buddhists, mantras have become increasingly popular among athletes looking for a little push during challenging events. The next time you think you can’t possibly run another...

The Underdog's Corner: The Magic of Jumping

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greggbell1.blogspot.com - A friend got me thinking the other day. He told me what it was like for him when he jumped out of an airplane at 10,000 feet. When he got done, I asked him what the scariest part of it was. He said...

7 Self-Defeating Psychological Habits That Stymie Success

entrepreneur.com - Apply now to be an Enterpreneur360™  company and let us tell the world your success story. Get Started » The last thing any of us want to do is get in our own way of succeeding. Yet, despite this g...

Go Luck Yourself!

psychologytoday.com - Do you believe that some people are just lucky or that you can create your own luck? I have to admit that for a long time I felt it was the former, in that some people were just luckier than others...

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...

Facebook Study: New Study reveals Facebook may improve Self-Esteem

seowebmarketing.co.uk - Contrary to previous studies, a recent Facebook study has revealed that it may actually raise self esteem. The Facebook study advised users who are feeling down or depressed to view their profile p...

Study identifies factors that can help children thrive in the face of adversity

medicalnewstoday.com - Research shows that people who experience four or more adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), such as economic hardship, exposure to violence or the death of a loved one, are more likely to have las...

An Emotional First-Aid Kit for Navigating Life’s Storms

blogs.psychcentral.com - When I used to struggle and go through tough times, I didn’t really know how to handle it. I didn’t know what to do. Because what do you do during a painful situation? Years ago, I’d try to eat it ...

Sleep-wake cycle: why it’s vital to watch your biological clock

theguardian.com - Breakfast in the morning, work during the day, relaxation in the evening followed by bedtime. The waking hours have a certain rhythm, and the 24-hour cycle of the Earth’s rotation has resulted in a...

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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