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readings in psychology for 18 june 2013 @PsychScience

Here are my readings for today: IQ and baby’s weight gain! “”Head circumference is an indicator of brain volume, so a greater increase in head circumference in a newborn baby suggests more rapid brain growth,” says the lead author of […]

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Research interview at APS #aps2013 #aps2013dc

  Here is our APS interview on our research! Discussing “family” research partners!    

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Western Psychological Science Conference #wpa13 @PsychScience

My presentation on “Be the Scientist”. My student Nate Honeycutt has an interest in Political Psychology and presented an interesting project involving over 700 faculty participants! New and old friends from College of the Canyons! Conferences are great places to […]

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Celebrating Psychology! #aps2012

We are celebrating the launching of our new textbook: “Discovering Psychology: the Science of Mind”! Great food and wonderful conversations punctuated Friday evening at the historic and picturesque Adler Planetarium. A wonderful time was had by all!

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readings for 18 May 2012 #aps2012

Here is what I am reading today!: Java drinkers live longer? “One of life’s simple pleasures just got a little sweeter. After years of waffling research on coffee and health, even some fear that java might raise the risk of […]

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