Monthly Archives: July 2009

Discovering Biological Psychology 2e Instructors’ Resources Are Ready to Go

For those of us on quarter system, school seems pretty far away, even as August 1 approaches. For those of you on semesters, however, school is just around the corner. I was pleased to see that my Instructors’ Resources for […]

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Mind Reading–One Step Closer?

Neuroscientists have known for some time that we do not have a “happy” center or an “anger” center of the brain, but rather these emotional states have unique patterns of activity. Now it appears that researchers can identify a person’s […]

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Corn Syrup, High Fructose Corn Syrup, and Trying to Eat Healthy Foods

Alarmed by his reading about the relationship between high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) and insulin resistance, Mr. F has embarked on a quest to eliminate HFCS from his life. We’re finding that this is way easier said than done. When […]

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I Want to Hold Your Hand….

I was never much of a Beatles fan (much preferred the Rolling Stones), but I did enjoy their early songs. This one is currently stuck in my head as a result of some interesting experiences Mr. F and I have […]

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No ADHD at the Midnight Showing of Harry Potter

Mr. F and I are not night people–when left to our own devices, we are definitely asleep by 11pm, no later. But we made an exception for the midnight showing last night of the latest Harry Potter film, and it […]

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