Posts filed under: autism

readings in psychology for 11 april 2015 #PsychScience #psychology

Here is what I am reading today: p-hacking?? “How common is “p-hacking” and what does it mean for science? I spoke to Megan Head, of the Division of Evolution, Ecology and Genetics at the Australian National University in Canberra, Australia. […]

Continue Reading →

readings for 12 march 2015 #PsychScience #psychology

Here’s what we are reading today: steroids and the blood brain barrier “Barclay Morrison III, associate professor of biomedical engineering at Columbia Engineering, has led the first study to determine underlying biological mechanisms that promote functional recovery of the blood-brain […]

Continue Reading →

readings in psychology for 19 january 2015 #PsychScience #psychology

Here is what we are reading today: taste shapes who we are “I took my son Matthew to visit Ed Currie, a South Carolina pepper grower who now holds the Guinness Book of World Records title for hottest chili in […]

Continue Reading →

readings in psychology for 9 december 2014 #PsychScience #psychology

Here is what I am reading today: muscle epigenetics “”It is well-established that being inactive is perilous, and that regular physical activity improves health, quality of life and life expectancy”, says Professor Carl Johan Sundberg, Principal Investigator at the Department of […]

Continue Reading →

readings in psychology for 23 september 2014 #psychScience #psychology

Here’s what we are reading today! phantom cell phone syndrome?? “I’m not alone in this experience. A handful of studies in recent years have examined the prevalence of phantom cellphone vibrations, and they’ve come up with impressive numbers, from 68 percent of the medical […]

Continue Reading →