Monthly Archives: August 2010

readings in psychology for august 31st 2010

Here is what I am reading today: Oh to be young and feel loves keen sting!  — Albus Dumbledore “Breaking up really is hard to do, and a recent study conducted at Stony Brook University found evidence that it may […]

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Birthdays :)

Some people lament the passage of time, especially when that results in a higher number of birthday candles. Having several people I care about who were “cut short” on time, including my late brother, I prefer to think of birthdays […]

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readings in psychology for august 27th 2010

Here is what I am reading today: older adults and social media “Social networking use among internet users ages 50 and older has nearly doubled — from 22% to 42% over the past year.” smoking and teen depression “While some […]

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readings in psychology for august 26th 2010

Here is what I am reading today: do-gooders are unpopular team members ‘”Unselfish workers who are the first to offer to help with projects are among those that co-workers like the least, according to four separate social psychology studies.In the […]

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Interview on SvD about Facebook and Loneliness

I had the pleasure earlier this summer of speaking with Anna Asker, who writes for the Swedish newspaper SvD, about our research on Facebook and Loneliness. In a nutshell, our data showed that at least with university students and the […]

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