readings in psychology for 9 december 2014 #PsychScience #psychology

Here is what I am reading today: muscle epigenetics “”It is well-established that being inactive is perilous, and that regular physical activity improves health, quality of life and life expectancy”, says Professor Carl Johan Sundberg, Principal Investigator at the Department of […]

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readings in psychology for 3 december #PsychScience #psychology

Here is what we are reading today: predicting smoker relapse “Reporting in a new study published this week in the journal Neuropsychopharmacology, James Loughead, PhD, associate professor of Psychiatry, and Caryn Lerman, PhD, a professor of Psychiatry and director of Penn’s Center for Interdisciplinary […]

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readings in psychology for 2 december 2014 #PsychScience #psychology

Here is what I am reading today: vitamin D deficiency and depression “”Rather than being one of many factors, vitamin D could have a regulative role in the development of SAD,” said Alan Stewart of the University of Georgia College […]

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readings for psychology for 25 november 2014 #PsychScience #psychology

What I am reading today: BeeEeeee  the Brain! “Researchers studying honeybees during learning activities have shown that memory management in the bee brain is controlled by small genetic elements called microRNAs that help regulate gene expression. Queensland Brain Institute researchers […]

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readings in psychology for 19 november 2014 #PsychScience #psychology

Here’s what we are reading today: more on the neanderthals living amongst us! “The study looked at the entire nasal complex of Neanderthals and involved researchers with diverse academic backgrounds. Supported by funding from the National Science Foundation and the […]

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