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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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readings in psychology for 6 december 2011

Here is what i am reading today: eye movement training and performance “Surgeons can learn their skills more quickly if they are taught how to control their eye movements. Research led by the University of Exeter shows that trainee surgeons […]

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readings in psychology for 2nd july 2011

Here is what I am reading today: snacking and obesity “According to the numbers, the number of daily meals and snacks in 1977 were 3.8 but rose to 4.8 in 2006. However, the top 10 percent of surveys showed that […]

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