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People's working memory functions better if they are working in an ambient temperature where they feel most comfortable.
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"I'm trying to pare down decisions," he says. "I don't want to make decisions about what I'm eating or wearing.
11 hrs ago | Lake Cowichan Gazette
But now, Simon Fraser University is saying you actually start aging and trending when you turn 24, in a new study released last Friday .
15 hrs ago | The Modesto Bee
"It's cool to think it was an actual human being who thought and cried," said Zoe Mantha, a 12-year-old BPS student.
17 hrs ago | Gawker
A science teacher has been suspended from his job at a Los Angeles high school for helping two students with science projects that the school district considers "imitation weapons."
Convicted sex offender Stewart Murray Wilson has been denied parole, with the Parole Board noting concerns over his release proposal.
About a third of us work in open offices. They're cheaper than giving everybody their own space.
This is one of the actual voodoo dolls used in the study to measure participantsA' anger with their spouses.
He said the new Associate Degree for Transfer initiative helped him graduate in two years after transferring from Sierra College.
In tweeting that you need a hit of chocolate, are you inadvertently communicating something about your socioeconomic status? Or your gender? I sometimes hesitate to tell people I'm a psychologist because it can put them on guard.
Our mental ability to perceive, analyze and respond begins to decline abruptly around the age of 24, according to an innovative new study by researchers at Simon Fraser University.
Curiosity and money are both good things to have. But is there a conflict between wanting deep knowledge and wanting more money? And if so, is this a moral conflict? David Brooks, in his NY Times column " The Moral Power of Curiosity " apparently thinks so.
Around the world, the low and sultry voice of a woman suggests physical attractiveness.
"The only way to survive gale-force winds is to have deep healthy roots." - Bob Rosen When only change is constant, how do business leaders maintain their balance? Grounded: How Leaders Stay Rooted in an Uncertain World by Bob Rosen thoroughly answers this question and shares the personal stories of numerous CEOs who used these ideas Grounded: How ... (more)
JACKSON - A hush fell over the room last week as 13 Monmouth University psychology students knelt on the floor and waited for the subject of the day's lesson to arrive.
SCHOOL is out and since I have chosen to take some time off from my grad school classes this summer, I have been finding my evenings quite uh, tame.