Posts filed under: Psychology

readings in psychology for 22 august 2015 #PsychScience #psychology #intropsych

Here’s what I am reading today: smarter than a chicken “Benjamin Blencowe, a professor in the University of Toronto’s Donnelly Centre and Banbury Chair in Medical Research, and his team have uncovered how a small change in a protein called […]

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Preparing for GRE Psychology #intropsych #PsychScience #psychology

   It’s fun to see one of my new books reach my hands! I especially love the idea that I am helping the next generation of psychologists meet their goals! My book is currently priced at roughly $15 on Amazon.com […]

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readings in psychology for 16 July 2015 #intropsych #biopsych #psychScience #psychology

here’s what we’re reading today: speed cells! “Still mysterious, however, is how grid and place cells obtain the information that every GPS system requires: the angle and speed of an object’s movement relative to a known starting point, says Edvard […]

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readings for 8 June 2015 #PsychScience #psychology #intropsych #biopsych

Here’s what I am reading today: a feeling prosthesis “The innovation is the result of a two-fold process, developed by Professor Hubert Egger at the University of Linz in northern Austria. Surgeons first rewired remaining foot nerve endings from a […]

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readings in psychology for 29 may 2015 #PsychScience #psychology #intropsych #biopsych

  Heres what we are reading today: Brain wave study on reading development “The study, co-authored by Stanford Professor Bruce McCandliss of the Graduate School of Education and the Stanford Neuroscience Institute, provides some of the first evidence that a […]

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