Monthly Archives: February 2011

readings for psychology for february 28th 2011

Here are a few stories I am reading today! the comfort of conformity “AS THE light at the end of the tunnel approaches, the need to belong to a group and be near loved ones may be among your final […]

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readings in psychology for february 27 2011

Here is what I am reading today: Mug Shots taken over the short life of a drug addict 21 sets of mug shots of addicts taken over a few year period show tremendous signs of the devastating impact of drugs […]

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readings in psychology for february 25 2011

Here is what I am reading today: lumosity “Lumosity, a startup with more than 40 science-inspired web and mobile games for exercising the brain, has surpassed 11 million members in 190 countries and saw 400% growth in 2010.” violent video […]

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readings in psychology for february 24 2011

Here are some of my readings for today: EEG diagnosis and autism “A computational physicist and a cognitive neuroscientist at Children’s Hospital Boston have come up with the beginnings of a noninvasive test to evaluate an infant’s autism risk. It […]

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readings in psychology for february 22 2011

Here are some equally fun readings for today! A video of a baby Gorilla’s first steps! The link above will also provide and addition reference for further reading — Laura did Neanderthals have fashion sense  ? “Italy has ruled the […]

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