Monthly Archives: April 2012

readings in psychology for 26 april 2012 #western psychological association

Here is what I am reading today: response to gaze “It’s sort of conventional folk wisdom, if someone in a crowd starts staring at something, soon someone else will too. Eventually the whole crowd will start staring, even if they […]

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intropsych on twitter @intropsych

To help launch John Cacioppo and my new textbook  “Discovering Psychology: the Science of Mind”,  I will be ‘tweeting’ and ‘re-tweeting’ blogs and news articles that I hope you find helpful. Psychology has much to offer our world and to […]

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readings in psychology for 23 april 2012

Here is what I am reading today: is your left side more cheeky? “Your best side may be your left cheek, according to a new study by Kelsey Blackburn and James Schirillo from Wake Forest University in the US. Their […]

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readingfs in psychology for 20 april 2012

Here is what I am reading today: neurological changes and social status “They found that dominant and subordinate crayfish differ in their behavioral responses when touched unexpectedly, and that those differences correlate with differences in neural circuits that mediate those […]

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readings in psychology for 18 april 2012

Here is what I am reading today: changing brains for the better “The study reflects a major transition in the focus of neuroscience from disease to well being, says first author Richard Davidson, professor of psychology at University of Wisconsin-Madison.  […]

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