Monthly Archives: March 2011

readings in psychology for march 31st 2011

it’s all in the eyes “We all know that smiling faces sometimes tell lies, even without the Motown song there to remind us. But now there’s proof that those fake smiles may not be worth as much as the genuine […]

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readings in psychology for march 30th

Here is what i am reading today: better than the REAL thing: the artificial leaf “Speaking at the National Meeting of the American Chemical Society in California, MIT professor Daniel Nocera claims to have created an artificial leaf, made from […]

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readings in psychology for march 27th

Here is what I am reading today: music and why it moves us “Researchers at the Institute for Logic, Language and Computation (ILLC) of the University of Amsterdam have discovered a universal property of musical scales. Until now it was […]

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readings in psychology for march 26th 2011

Here are my readings for today: Happy 80th Birthday Mr. Spock! “Although he was treading the boards in Boston community theatre at age 8, actor Leonard Nimoy didn’t become a household name until 27 years later, when Star Trek hit […]

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readings in psychology for march 25th 2011

  Here are a few stories for today: free will or not? “Think about the last time you got bored with the TV channel you were watching and decided to change it with the remote control. Or a time you […]

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