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Two Personal Qualities More Vital To Success Than IQ That Most People Don’t Know — PsyBlog

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spring.org.uk - Here are two trainable personal qualities which predict success four times more than intelligence. Being open to experience and conscientious is four times more important than intelligence in predi...

How To Eat An Elephant - Linda Culbreth | Psychology

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free-ebooks.try-before-you-buy.com - Thursday, July 10, 2014 How To Eat An Elephant Linda Culbreth Genre: Psychology Price: Free Publish Date: May 4, 2011 Sometimes the only difference between success and failing is encouragement. How...

Questioning Answers: Vitamin D for autism... a double-take?

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questioning-answers.blogspot.com - Vitamin D for autism... a double-take? Yes, I know. Another post on the 'day of rest' but I promise you that this will not become a habit. The reason: the paper by Feiyong Jia and colleagues [1] pu...

Are you helping your toddler's aggressive behaviour? - PsyPost

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psypost.org - Physical aggression in toddlers has been thought to be associated with the frustration caused by language problems, but a recent study by researchers at the University of Montreal shows that this i...

Could a hug a day keep infection at bay? - Medical News Today

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medicalnewstoday.com - Lead author Sheldon Cohen and colleagues, of the Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA, found that frequent hugging - alongside good soc...

Seeing the Effects of Your Words - Perfecting the Human Race - Parenting - Part 52 « EQAFE

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eqafe.com - How can you support yourself to become more aware of the effects that your words and actions have on your child? How can you read reactions in your child’s expressions and changes in their behaviou...

Psychologists’ Involvement in Torture and the APA

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psychologytoday.com - The release of the Executive Summary is a step toward transparency in an area of US foreign policy that the government has tried to hide from the American people since its inception in 2002.  Furth...

What is Self Acceptance? « Self & Living

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selfandliving.com - This is a free product. Download the product files here: This is the introductory video to understanding and fulfilling your desire for self acceptance. What stands in your way of achieving self ac...

BBC - Victoria Pendleton to investigate sports psychology for BBC Radio 5 live with new series, The Mind of... - Media centre

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bbc.co.uk - Team GB World and Olympic cycling champion Victoria Pendleton is set to join BBC Radio 5 live this December, with a new series 'The Mind Of...' taking an in-depth and investigative look at the ment...

Average-looking faces appear more trustworthy, study finds - Medical News Today

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medicalnewstoday.com - Lead study author Carmel Sofer - of Princeton University in New Jersey and Radboud University Nijmegen in the Netherlands - and colleagues found that people are more likely to trust those with a "t...

Neuroscientists identify brain mechanisms that predict generosity in children -- ScienceDaily

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sciencedaily.com - There are many sorts of prosocial behaviors. Although young children are natural helpers, their perspective on sharing resources tends to be selfish. Jean Decety, the Irving B. Harris Professor of ...

Cancer Treatment Costs Weigh Heavily on Patients, Study Finds - US News

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health.usnews.com - FRIDAY, Dec. 19, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- The cost of cancer treatment can cause financial stress that threatens patients' well-being, a new study finds. Researchers examined data from 1,000 people...

Rekindling marriage after combat deployment - Medical News Today

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Thom Knudsen

medicalnewstoday.com - A new study offers strategies for rekindling marriage after a spouse returns home from combat with post-traumatic stress symptoms present in one or both of the spouses. For participants as individu...

You Might Be Surprised How Much a Hug Helps Fight Illness, Stress and Depression — PsyBlog

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spring.org.uk - Psychologists go to surprising lengths in new study to show how much a hug can help. Being hugged reduces the deleterious effects of stress on the body, according to new research which intentionall...

Niume | Posts

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niume.com - The Curious Case of Déjà Vu Although the strange sensation's cause remains unknown, scientists are searching for ways to induce or block déjà vu to decipher its nagging feeling of familiarity. Déjà...

When Is it Time to Stop Therapy?

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consultinghealth.com - We have all heard that saying, “Getting too much of a good thing.” If true, at what point do you get too much of something, even a good thing? Kind of a loaded question don’t you think? Can you eve...

Your Hidden Unconscious Mind

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journalpsyche.org - While some doubt its existence for others the unconscious mind is considered to be a cornerstone of the psychoanalytic process. Within the unconscious mind is the processes believed to occur automa...

BBC News - How to win at rock-paper-scissors

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bbc.com - What are your odds of winning rock-paper-scissors? Simple - one in three. At least, that's what chance predicts. But people do not play randomly - they follow hidden patterns that you can predict t...

Many children and adolescents get too much caffeine from energy drinks - PsyPost

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psypost.org - When children aged 10-14 consume energy drinks, one in five consumes too much caffeine. When their caffeine intake from other sources such as cola and chocolate is included, every second child and ...

Go Faster, Find Yourself a Rival . By Nicla Rossini > Science News

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Hugs help protect against stress and infection, say Carnegie Mellon researchers - PsyPost

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Anna Kaminsky

psypost.org - Instead of an apple, could a hug-a-day keep the doctor away? According to new research from Carnegie Mellon University, that may not be that far-fetched of an idea. Led by Sheldon Cohen, the Robert...

We know mental illnesses run in families but we still don't protect children - PsyPost

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psypost.org - Mental illness runs in families. This is well known and uncontroversial. There is much that we could do to reduce this risk, but we currently do almost nothing. A parent with mental illness is seve...

New evidence shows electronic cigarettes facilitate smoking cessation - PsyPost

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psypost.org - Do electronic cigarettes help smokers to quit? Yes, but…. New Cochrane review finds emerging evidence that smokers who use electronic cigarettes can stop or reduce their smoking. The first Cochrane...

Small molecules researched for the regeneration of dopaminergic neurons in Parkinson's disease - PsyPost

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Michael Graham

psypost.org - Researchers in the University of Helsinki plan to develop orally administrable small molecules that act similarly to neurotrophic factor GDNF. Parkinson’s UK has granted Professor Mart Saarma and p...

'Microlesions' in epilepsy discovered by novel technique - PsyPost

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Anna Kaminsky

psypost.org - Using an innovative technique combining genetic analysis and mathematical modeling with some basic sleuthing, researchers have identified previously undescribed microlesions in brain tissue from ep...

How to Awaken Your Lazy Mind? Awakening Mind

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Olga Serkus

awakening-mind-by-enlightened-enterprises.com - As humans we try to operate in our comfort zone. We follow the same habits and patterns that are familiar to us. New events like when we meet new people or are looking for another job are really ju...

Women Criticized for Weight Tend to Gain More

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psychcentral.com - When a woman is criticized by a loved one for her weight, she is likely to gain even more, according to a new study by the University of Waterloo in Canada. On the other hand, those who feel uncond...

Food tips to help with sleep problems

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lemonsqueezy.eu - Having difficulty sleeping is truly miserable. Nutrition might not be able to solve the root cause – emotional stress or noise for example – but it can help make sleep more likely. Sleep deprivatio...

The lives of street children 'cry out for attention' - PsyPost

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psypost.org - Psychologists and other professionals working with or studying street children must avoid the twin temptations of seeing everything as victimisation demanding sympathy and of romanticising their li...

6 Seriously serious psychology hacks to get more referrals - Referral Rock

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referralrock.com - Robert Cialdini is one of the most influential people on the topic of influence. Meta right?  His advice can help you get more referrals but first, here are some quick facts about some of what he h...

Why Breakups Are Actually Tougher on Men

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psychologytoday.com - Indeed, divorce is associated with worse physical and mental health more strongly for men than for women (Robards 2012). These negative health effects are not trivial—men are more likely than women...

5 Ways to Get Better at Asking for Help - HBR

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hbr.org - It seems like leaders are always lamenting the lack of cooperation and collaboration in their organizations. But more often than not, the culprit isn’t their employees’ unwillingness to give others...

Faces that distract from actions - PsyPost

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Anna Kaminsky

psypost.org - The sudden appearance of a face within our visual field can affect the motor action accompanying a gesture even if the face is totally unrelated to what we are doing and even if we try to ignore it...

Insecurity: Visualising Your Change - Atlanteans - Part 256 « EQAFE

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eqafe.com - How can you use visualisations to transform your experience of insecurity? Why are visualisations that trigger your insecurity in themselves not the problem, but your relationship to them? How can ...

The Quest for Self-Actualization

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Marie Petrescu

journalpsyche.org - Terms like self-actualization and validation are thrown around a lot today; as our culture steadily moves more and more toward the celebration of the individual, these phrases are often used as cat...

Not Good Enough - Fears & Phobias « EQAFE

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eqafe.com - Why does the fear of not being good enough exist within each and every person? How does each person have a unique way of experiencing and expressing this fear? Does the fear of not being good enoug...

The Ethics of Joke Science - Neuroskeptic

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Anna Kaminsky

blogs.discovermagazine.com - What happens when scientists publish papers that aren’t meant to be taken seriously? Is ironic, satirical and joke science all in good fun, or can it be dangerous? This is the question asked by Dre...

Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Carl Jung on “Evil,” “Power,” and Lucifer as the Anthropos

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Mischa Anna Selis

carljungdepthpsychology.blogspot.com - To Max Pulver Dear Dr. Pulver, 2 November 1944 Many thanks for kindly sending me your interesting and timely book. The third chapter seems to me particularly valuable. Regarding the problem of evil...

A Review of the Research on Internet Addiction - Springer

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link.springer.com - Research indicates that maladaptive patterns of Internet use constitute behavioral addiction. This article explores the research on the social effects of Internet addiction. There are four major se...

Cognitive Reframing, a Step by Step Guide - Ryan Answers

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ryananswers.com - Cognitive reframing is extremely effective, IF you know how and when to use it. Today I’m going to show you guys how to PROPERLY use cognitive reframing to eliminate negative thoughts, challenge li...

New Depression Treatment So Obvious You Won’t Believe It’s NEVER Been Tried Before — PsyBlog

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spring.org.uk - Study finds support for severe depression treatment that’s so obvious it incredible it hasn’t been tried before. Laughing gas, or nitrous oxide, improves the symptoms of severe depression, accordin...

Ask a Family Member: A Game of Family Communication - Games by Type

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castlewellgames.com - DESIGNED FOR Families with conflict Detached families Enmeshed families Family assessment AGE RANGE For families with family members ages 7 - adult BENEFITS OF THIS GAME Ask a Family Member: A Game...

Watch out Internet meanies. Game could soon be over for you. - PsyPost

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Anna Kaminsky

psypost.org - Bullies and mean girls have been around forever but, with the arrival of smartphones and social media, meanness has taken on new forms and dramatically extended its reach. Digital abuse is now so w...

A Facebook application knows if you are having a bad day and tells your teacher -- ScienceDaily

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sciencedaily.com - Information from social networks is becoming a goldmine for marketing and advertising companies. Now, a team of computer languages and systems researchers at the Autonomous University of Madrid (UA...

Taking the Fight to Cancer: #cancer

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iqboom.com - Take the fight to cancer. One of the most insidious cancers is Mesothelioma. Law firms, attorneys want to help you fight this disease believed to be caused by asbestos. Survivors unite! Let’s find ...

Color Psychology In Marketing: The Complete Guide [Free Download]

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coschedule.com - As an artist, it pains me to reduce the magic and complexity of color to a four-sentence statement. But for content marketers, that’s what it is. In an ocean of content marketing, color can help yo...

12 Signs You May Have an Anxiety Disorder - Health.com

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Marie Petrescu

health.com - Everyone gets nervous or anxious from time to time—when speaking in public, for instance, or when going through financial difficulty. For some people, however, anxiety becomes so frequent, or so fo...

Optical Illusions Information Guide

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all-about-psychology.com - Degree: - Select All Degrees - Associate's Bachelor's Master's Doctoral Certificates Diplomas Optical illusions have long been a source of psychological interest, particularly in relation to visual...

Is Group Therapy For You?

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Marie Petrescu

consultinghealth.com - Group or individual therapy, which is best? A loaded question, but one that deserves our full attention. Whichever form your psychotherapy takes this factor, group or individual treatment has inher...

A Facebook application knows if you are having a bad day and tells your teacher - PsyPost

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Anna Kaminsky

psypost.org - Computer languages and systems researchers at the Autonomous University of Madrid have developed an application called SentBuk, which is capable of deducing the emotional states of Facebook users b...

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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