Monthly Archives: September 2011

readings in psychology for 27th September 2011

Here is what I am reading today: fighting depression with coffee! “A few cups of coffee a day may help keep the blues at bay. According to a large new study, women who drink caffeinated coffee are less likely to […]

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readings in psychology for 25th September 2011

Here is what I am reading today: the probabilistic mind “Humans live in a world of uncertainty. A shadowy figure on the sidewalk ahead could be a friend or a mugger. By flooring your car’s accelerator, you might beat the […]

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readings in psychology for 22nd september 2011

Here is what I am readng today: stress and cancer “Research led by Dwayne Jackson of the Departments of Medical biophysics and Biomedical Engineering has identified a particular neurotransmitter released in response to stress, that stimulates both cancer cell growth […]

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readings in psychology for 20th september 2011

Here is what I am reading today: political preferences in dating “Online daters are reluctant to use partisan politics to attract a potential mate, according to new research co-authored by Brown political scientist Rose McDermott. The study, published in Evolution […]

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readings in psychology for september 17th 2011

My reading for today: lonely gamers? “Lonely gamers who have felt the pain of being separated by a screen from their favorite personalities now have a way to reach out and touch their game characters, and that new way is […]

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