Posts filed under: Association for Psychological Science

readings in psychology for 20 january 2014 @PsychScience

    Here is what we are reading today: drugs targeting cocaine addiction “Researchers from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai have identified a new molecular mechanism by which cocaine alters the brain’s reward circuits and causes addiction. […]

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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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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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readings in psychology for 14 may 2012 #aps2012

Here is what I am reading today:   controlling neurotransmission “Scientists at Weill Cornell Medical College have discovered that the single protein — alpha 2 delta — exerts a spigot-like function, controlling the volume of neurotransmitters and other chemicals that […]

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see you at APS #aps2012

One of my colleagues at another university mentioned to me that she had been going through statisticians at an alarming rate. She quipped that she never thought of ‘spawning’ one! My daughter Kristin (middle) is an instructor at West Point […]

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