Posts filed under: loneliness

readings in psychology for 9 November 2011

Here are some of the things I am reading today: candid interview with Mark Zuckerberg “Exclusive Interview with Facebook Leadership: Mark Zuckerberg, CEO/Co-Founder & Sheryl Sandberg, COO” autism and the prefrontal cortex “The scientists discovered a 67 percent excess of […]

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readings in psychology for 3rd November 2011

Here is what I am reading today: STAR TREK M&M’s‘ Too cute no to share what babies know at 10 months “New research from the University of Missouri indicates that at 10 months, babies start to understand another person’s thought […]

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readings in psychology for 13th october 2011

Here is what I am reading today: schizophrenia genetics “Staining performed by Konrad Talbot, PhD, targeting a marker for nerve cells involved in inhibition are shown in cross sections of the hippocampus, which is a part of the brain known […]

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readings in psychology for september 17th 2011

My reading for today: lonely gamers? “Lonely gamers who have felt the pain of being separated by a screen from their favorite personalities now have a way to reach out and touch their game characters, and that new way is […]

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Readings in psychology for october 24th 2010

Here is what I am reading today: even sea turtles need rest, matey! “… Apparently, they play, too.In fact, according to Gordon Burghardt, a psychology professor at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, many animals — not just dogs, cats, and […]

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