Monthly Archives: October 2010

Happy Halloween!

Halloween at our house means Sees candy bars, although this year, Karla shopped for some organic fruit snacks in case some of the kids (or their parents) were not into chocolate, even once a year. Roger has always given out […]

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readings in psychology for october 30th 2010

Here are a few stories I liked for today!: like humans, primates tend to be right handed “Humans are not the only species to prefer to use their right hand — chimpanzees also share the trait, according to a new […]

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readings in psychology for october 28th 2010

Here is what I am reading today: dare to take the ultimate intelligence test “You might think it’s obvious that one person is smarter than another. But there are few more controversial areas of science than the study of intelligence […]

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readings in psychology for october 26th 2010

Here are a few readings that you might like: tricking the brain with motion “Movement in our field of vision can drastically affect the way our brain perceives the world around us. To explain these phenomena, visual researchers have come […]

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readings in psychology for october 25th 2010

My readings for today: kids learn late to handle data overload “Fourth graders flock to information like middle schoolers to a Justin Bieber concert. At ages 9 and 10, kids often make decisions by trying to integrate lots of previously […]

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