Monthly Archives: May 2017

Butterflies and Taste Aversion

I haven’t had much time in between working on my three books this year to post many original blogs, but I just couldn’t pass this up. One of the most important things I do during textbook revisions is fact check […]

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readings in psychology for 9 may 2017 #PsychScience #psychology #intropsych #biopsych

Here is what we are reading today: exercise in a pill? “Salk Institute scientists, building on earlier work that identified a gene pathway triggered by running, have discovered how to fully activate that pathway in sedentary mice with a chemical […]

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