Monthly Archives: June 2010

Nightline Tonight: Psychiatric Torture or Treatment?

My friends at mindfreedom.org passed along an important news release to me about tonight’s Nightline show. Given my late brother’s connection with Nightline (Leroy served as Executive Producer for many years), I am more than happy to do so.  The issue […]

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readings in psych for June 29th 2010

Here are a few of my favorite readings for today: age doesn’t necessarily affect decision making “But a new study from North Carolina State University shows that when it comes to making intuitive decisions — using your “gut instincts” — […]

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Where Neuromarketing and Politics Meet…

Here in California, we just finished another primary election, and I find it personally refreshing to get a short break from the phone calls and mailers, at least until November rolls around. As I watch little if any network television […]

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Psychology readings for June 28th 2010

Here are a couple of fun things to read for today! Psychotropic medications can cause birth defects “A new study shows that use of psychotropic medications during pregnancy increase the probability of birth defects.” the ‘moon illusion’ and the recent […]

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my readings for June 24th 2010

Here are a few articles that I found interesting: young children are skilled negotiators “Young children are skilled negotiators when it comes to relationships and the content of play, reveals a thesis from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden.” Loneliness and […]

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