Monthly Archives: March 2012

readings in psychology for 27 march 2012

What I am reading today: light, brain and reward “Exactly why this happens is unclear. But new research led by neuroscientists at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine may have literally shined a light on […]

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readings in psychology for 22 march 2012

Here is what I am reading today: 50 year old mystery in autism “Jeremy Veenstra-VanderWeele (left) and Randy Blakely pose at the entrance to the Vanderbilt Laboratory for Neurobehavior, where their studies in mice have revealed a clue to autism. […]

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readings in psychology for 17 march 2012

John Cacioppo’s and my new textbook! (Click on the picture to read more) Here is what I am reading today: cells phones and pregnancy “”This is the first experimental evidence that fetal exposure to radiofrequency radiation from cellular telephones does […]

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readings in psycholgy for 13 March 2012

This is what I am reading today: trans fat and aggression “Researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine have shown — by each of a range of measures, in men and women of all ages, in […]

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readings in psychology for 10 March 2012

Here is what I am reading today: recognizing faces – sometimes we focus on the details “How do we recognize a face? To date, most research has answered “holistically”: We look at all the features — eyes, nose, mouth — […]

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