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Memory Boosted a Staggering 50% By These Activities From Childhood

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spring.org.uk - 50% boost in working memory from these activities from childhood. Climbing a tree can improve working memory by 50%, a new study finds. The same is true of other dynamic activities like balancing o...

Adolescents with sleep problems more likely to self-harm

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medicalnewstoday.com - There is a strong relationship between sleep problems such as insomnia, and self-harm, according to findings in a new Norwegian study. The study is led by psychology specialist Mari Hysing from Uni...

An Invaluable Lesson From Elders

psychologytoday.com - Nearly two decades of working with individuals in a nursing home has provided me ample opportunities for insight into humanity.  High among the acquired jewels of wisdom is that although we cannot ...

UK proposals to strip obese claimants of benefits 'flawed and unethical'

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theguardian.com - UK government proposals to strip obese or drug-addicted welfare claimants of benefits if they refuse treatment may violate medical ethics, the president of the British Psychological Society has sai...

Why I found Trauma Focused CBT so effective - ptsd jedi

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ptsdjedi.com - There are a number of reasons why I believe Trauma Focused CBT was so effective in reducing the symptoms of my PTSD. I wanted to write a short post highlighting some of its key features, and why I ...

Electric fields signal 'no flies zone'

medicalnewstoday.com - Electric fields affect wing movement, leading to agitation and changes in brain chemistry A new piece of research led by the University of Southampton has found that the behaviour of fruit flies, w...

Psychologists Group May Quit Role in Questioning of Terror Suspects

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nytimes.com - WASHINGTON — The board of the American Psychological Association plans to recommend that the organization enact tough new ethics policies that would prohibit psychologists from involvement in all n...

Genetic tug of war in the brain influences behavior

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psypost.org - Not every mom and dad agree on how their offspring should behave. But in genetics as in life, parenting is about knowing when your voice needs to be heard, and the best ways of doing so. Typically,...

Positive reinforcement plays key role in cognitive task performance in ADHD kids

medicalnewstoday.com - A little recognition for a job well done means a lot to children with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) - more so than it would for typically developing kids. That praise, or other po...

Study: Depressed females have over-active glutamate receptor gene

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psypost.org - Numerous genes that regulate the activity of a neurotransmitter in the brain have been found to be abundant in brain tissue of depressed females. This could be an underlying cause of the higher inc...

40 Years of Stanford Research Found That People with This One Quality Are More Likely to Succeed

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positivelypositive.com - James Clear | July 13, 2015 | Inspiring, Living, Working In the 1960s, a Stanford professor named Walter Mischel began conducting a series of important psychological studies. During his experiments...

Blood test predicts prognosis for traumatic brain injuries

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psypost.org - A new blood test could help emergency room doctors quickly diagnose traumatic brain injury and determine its severity. The findings, published July 10 in the Journal of Neurotrauma, could help iden...

The Psychology of Selling CDs by Brian Tracy

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briantracy.com - Double Your Sales, Increase Your Earnings, and Develop a Powerful Sales Personality Traditionally, salespeople have one of the toughest jobs in the world - and it's tougher today than it ever has b...

The Psychology of Stranger Shaming

mindswork.co.uk - Novel words to describe new activities appear to be propagating at least as quickly as the new-fangled technologies that are responsible for these clever coinages. In 2013 the Oxford English Dictio...

Depressive ruminations and the idling brain

medicalnewstoday.com - New analysis in Biological Psychiatry on the neural processes behind depressive rumination Depressed people often find themselves preoccupied with guilty, shameful, or self-defeating thoughts for l...

Computerized treatment may combat PTSD symptoms

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psypost.org - Some 10-15 percent of combat veterans struggle with wounds invisible to the naked eye: post-traumatic stress. Their lives are ridden with debilitating symptoms: insomnia, flashbacks, depression, an...

Can a bribe lure us to eat less? - Futurity

futurity.org - University of Southern California rightOriginal Study You are free to share this article under the Attribution 4.0 International license. In our super-sized world, it’s not easy to eat less at meal...

The body and the brain: The impact of mental and physical exertion on fatigue development

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psypost.org - Do you ever notice how stress and mental frustration can affect your physical abilities? When you are worried about something at work, do you find yourself more exhausted at the end of the day? Thi...

Seniors get mental health drugs at twice the rate of other adults, but see psychiatrists less

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psypost.org - Older Americans receive prescriptions for mental health medications at more than twice the rate that younger adults do, a new study finds. But they’re much less likely to be getting their mental he...

With racial segregation declining between neighborhoods, segregation now taking new form

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psypost.org - Recent research has shown that racial segregation in the U.S. is declining between neighborhoods, but a new study indicates that segregation is manifesting itself in other ways — not disappearing. ...

Focus On What You Can Do, Not What You Should Do

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vitals.lifehacker.com - You know those moments when you’ve gobbled up an entire pizza and you mutter, with sauce still dribbling down your lips, “I shoulda ate only one slice?” But you didn’t, and the regret of bygone dec...

School Shooters: Understanding High School, College & Adult Perpetrators

psychcentral.com - If we make assumptions about the type of person who becomes a school shooter, we may miss real warning signs. As Peter Langman writes in his new book, School Shooters: Understanding High School, Co...

Trauma-Sensitive Yoga in Therapy: Bringing the Body Into Treatment

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psychcentral.com - Therapy is about exploring the interior world, often with an expert who is trained to guide and assess and help us make sense of our responses to experiences. Therapy is rarely about seeing the cli...

Cracking The Code Of Consumer Psychology

forbes.com - This post is co-authored by John Corcoran, creator of SmartBusinessRevolution.com. Steve Jobs famously said “people don’t know what they want until you show it to them.” Of course, Jobs was famous ...

Changing Our Brains in a Good Way

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psychologytoday.com - A recent New York Times article presented interesting work by Gregory Bratman, a Stanford University graduate student. Bratman and his colleagues gathered two groups of students and after scanning ...

The Worm at the Core: On the Role of Death in Life – review

theguardian.com - Ernest Becker’s The Denial of Death (1973) made the striking claim that human activity is driven largely by unconscious efforts to deny and transcend mortality. “We build character and culture in o...

Original artifact from Stanford Prison experiment highlighted at Nightlight movie screening

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tallmadgeexpress.com - Dr. David Baker, Professor of Psychology at the University of Akron, will conduct a show-and-tell with an original artifact from the 1971 Stanford Prison Experiment prior to the local premiere of t...

The psychology of purchase

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campaignlive.co.uk - Start at the end. That’s the advice from a new book, The Last Mile, which explores how to nudge people into buying a product.  The author, Dilip Soman, a marketing professor at the Rotman School of...

The Mindset of a Champion with David Mullins

cagedenthusiast.wordpress.com - I had the great pleasure of interviewing Sport Psychologist, David Mullins, who is best known for his work with Interim Featherweight Champion, Conor McGregor. Below we go into what sets athlete’s ...

B2B Purchase Decisions: Logic Driven by Emotion - Kapost Content Marketing Blog

marketeer.kapost.com - When considering the differences between B2B and B2C marketing, it’s often said that a B2C purchase decision is more emotional, while a B2B purchase decision is logical. If you look into the behind...

xué – Intention Behaviour Gap

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xuecoaching.co.uk - Last week we looked at using implementation intentions to bridge the gap between behaviour and intentions. This week we shall look at a few more aspects and try to uncover what it is that maintains...

Hermann Rorschach Google Doodle: The Inkblot Test

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seowebmarketing.co.uk - Google celebrated what would have been the 129th birthday of the Swiss psychologist, with a Hermann Rorschach Google Doodle on November 8th 2013. The Hermann Rorschach Google Doodle, which can stil...

Research shows happier students get higher grades

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psypost.org - Recent research suggests success is partly driven by character skills. “Grit,” for example, or perseverance and passion for long-term goals, seems to be a better predictor of success than IQ in sch...

Psychology Graduate Programs - Online - University of the Cumberlands

gradweb.ucumberlands.edu - Our online psychology degree programs introduce students to contemporary understandings of how people perceive, learn, think and interact with one another; how they develop; how they are motivated;...

BBC Radio: “The Psychology of War”

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ahp.apps01.yorku.ca - As part of the programme, The War that Changed the World, BBC Radio has aired an episode on “The Psychology of War.” The episode features an expert panel and live audience discussing war’s psycholo...

8 Career Tips for Young Women Who Want to Be the Boss

money.usnews.com - Despite high-profile executives like Sheryl Sandberg and General Motors CEO Mary Barra proving women can lead just as well as men, many young women are still being overlooked in the workplace. Acco...

Personality Influences Financial Savings

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psychcentral.com - A new study suggests extroverted populations should be vigilant toward managing their bank accounts because extroverts tend to have lower savings rates. Jacob Hirsh, a University of Toronto managem...

The psychology of simple

blog.crew.co - For a concept that we all understand, ‘simple’ is deceivingly difficult to pin down. We may ‘know it when we see it’, but there’s more to what makes a product or website feel simple than just gut r...

When surgeons listen to their preferred music, their stitches are better and faster

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psypost.org - A new study from The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston shows that when plastic surgeons listen to music they prefer, their surgical technique and efficiency when closing incisions is ...

Research Officer – Psychology Job in Sydney - SEEK

seek.com.au - Research Officer – Psychology Psycho-Oncology Cooperative Research Group Faculty of Science School of Psychology Reference no. 1227/0515 Opportunity to help improve outcomes for people affected by ...

Group calls for more transparency of experiments on primates

medicalnewstoday.com - Thirty years after the US Congress enacted laws to promote the psychological well-being of primates in laboratories, the problem may be getting worse Thousands of nonhuman primates continue to be c...

Fruit Flies Play Video Game, Show Self-Awareness : DNews

news.discovery.com - A capability once thought reserved for humans and some top-level animals — awareness of the self — also exists in fruit flies, new research finds. The study reveals that studies of attention, both ...

AREAS OF INTEREST: Being on the internet is a journey; it's not the destination.

shekhardhain.com - Like most people, a portion of my working day (sometimes, it's even the weekends) consists of a robust amount of internet activity. Some of it is creative work, which includes writing articles, rep...

AREAS OF INTEREST: Sunk Costs; let them be

shekhardhain.com - In life as in business, we make crucial decisions on a regular basis. These decisions affect the way in which we can maximise our time, energy and profit. But we don’t always make the right decisio...

New 'VAST' tool gives neuroscientists previously unachievable brain images at a nanoscale resolution

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psypost.org - A new imaging tool developed by Boston scientists could do for the brain what the telescope did for space exploration. In the first demonstration of how the technology works, published July 30 in t...

Annoying Facebook Friends: How To Avoid Them Without Having To Delete Them - Susan Dolan

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showcasingwomen.com - No doubt, from time to time, we can all find Facebook to be somewhat annoying. Scrolling through the news feed can become cumbersome, especially when the feed is full of people’s status updates abo...

Why Do People Stay in Abusive Relationships?

psychologytoday.com - During one of my breaks last week, I received an email from a colleague. The subject: "Another Know Nothing." Included was a link to the evolving story about New Hampshire state legislator Mark War...

Don’t Let Me Tell You I Can Multitask

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blogs.psychcentral.com - Everyone multitasks. Or at least they believe they multitask. The truth is that they actually do little parts of multiple tasks in alternating sequence. Few people can actually do more than one thi...

The New Work Health and Safety Legislation | Safety Risk

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safetyrisk.net - The new Work Health and Safety uniform laws impose extensive obligations on those who conduct a business or undertaking to ensure the safety of anyone who may be affected by the operation of the bu...

Do Men And Women Use Social Media Differently? - Media by Gender

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seowebmarketing.co.uk - The habits of men and women are different. There is no doubt that men and women’s minds seem to be wired differently. In support of this view, an overwhelming number of books have been written, mos...

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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