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  1. Texting linked with sleep problems for college studentsRead the original story

    Oct 3, 2013 | University Business

    ... association between more texting among college freshmen, and worse sleep. The findings, published in the journal Psychology of Popular Media Culture, are based on questionnaires answered by 83 first-year undergraduate students. They were asked about ...


  2. 'Examine probability of reformimg toddler's murderer' - Indiatalkies.comRead the original story

    Yesterday | India Talkies

    ... traits. It also asked the PO to consult and seek specific inputs from two professionals in the fields of clinical psychology and sociology.


  3. The seven sins of consumer psychologyRead the original story

    Yesterday | CiteULike

    Journal of Consumer Psychology , Vol. 23, No. 4. , pp. 411-423, doi:10.1016/j.jcps.2013.07.004 Consumer psychology faces serious issues of internal and external relevance.


  4. How Do We Explain The Evolution Of Religion?Read the original story

    Yesterday | WNYC-AM New York

    Religion is a cross-cultural universal, even though not every human being professes faith in God or some other supernatural being.


  5. Criticism vs. FeedbackRead the original story

    Yesterday | Psychology Today

    As Oscar Wilde put it, "Criticism is the only reliable form of autobiography." It tells you more about the psychology of the criticizer than the people he or she criticizes.


  6. Gakwaya Albert: Treating mental problems through documentary moviesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Ubuzimabwacu

    "It was always my dream to one day make people fully understand different psychological diseases and how they can be treated," begins Albert Gakwaya, a Rwandan in the faculty of Psychology at Universite Pontifique Salesienne de Rome in Italy.


  7. Our relationship with God changes when faced with potential romantic rejectionRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Science Blog

    Easter is a time when many people in the world think about their relationships with God.


  8. Exclusive: Director Zack Parker Talks Proxy, MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    Director Zack Parker has a knack for marrying unnerving incident to shifty, hard-to-pin-down characters.


  9. Greenwich Psychologist Helps Patients Rethink Weight LossRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Wilton Daily Voice

    Losing weight can be difficult, and while it is important to consult with dietitians and fitness experts, Joshua Hrabosky at Greenwich Hospital helps patients with the psychological aspects of weight loss.


  10. Resources for mental health disordersRead the original story

    Yesterday |

    Mental illness tends to run in families. As if being a parent wasn't hard enough already, or being a teen wasn't hard enough already, each dealing with one's own mental health issues can make it that much harder.


  11. Scientists unlock key to the sound of blood pressure reduction in a traffic jamRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PhysOrg Weblog

    ... positive emotions reveals a new study by Japanese researchers published in the open-access journal Frontiers in Psychology. The findings help to explain why people enjoy listening to sad mu ... Working out and making music at the same time - ...


  12. Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD) to Host Colorado...Read the original story

    Yesterday | PRWeb

    Center for Autism and Related Disorders to Host Colorado Conference to Provide Treatment Solutions to Families Affected by Autism "We are excited to bring valuable resources to the many families in Colorado that are in need of effective treatment solutions," said Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh, PhD, BCBA-D.


  13. How Cutting Down On Clutter Can Increase Your ProductivityRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Fast Company

    ... one adjective my clients use to describe their situations is 'overwhelming,'" Schrier says. "My job involves psychology on so many levels, including helping to gain clients' trust and soothing their souls when it's time to make tough decisions about ...


  14. Best of Our Blogs: April 18, 2014Read the original story

    Yesterday | PsychCentral

    ... is a freelance writer. After obtaining a BA in English and Ethnic Studies, she received a MA in Counseling Psychology from Santa Clara University. She writes for various companies and publications. For more information, see her website ...


  15. Nightmare of bullying doesn't end with adulthoodRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Columbus Dispatch

    ... bullied between ages 7 and 11 years old. Follow-up assessments took place between ages 23 and 50. Kip Williams, a psychology professor at Purdue University who studies ostracism, said the potential for re-injury remains. "When you think about social ...


  16. Impulse control: If the spirit is willing, the flesh won't be weakRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Globe and Mail

    ... can lead to sustained self-control even when people are tired. In a study in the journal Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, Mark Muraven found that when people were sufficiently motivated, their willpower seemed perfectly intact in the face ...


  17. With the '08 meltdown fresh in mind, are we any better at assessing risk?Read the original story

    Yesterday | HeraldNet

    ... dream: the marriage of the 'greater fool' theory into the illustrious Ponzi scheme family. Without the mass psychology of risk-denial, the lo-doc, no-doc, and zero-down-payment mortgages would never have come to dominate the mortgage market. Some ...


  18. Son's torturing of mice should concern motherRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Star Press

    They drowned one and set the other one on fire. When I confronted my son for torturing animals, his response was "They're just mice."


  19. Marney Rich Keenan: Golf pro Bubba Watson knows living well trumps any gameRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Detroit News

    I do not play golf. I don't even appreciate golf. My standard line has always been: What's to be enjoyed by hitting a teeny ball toward a hole you cannot see and then walking a long distance only to hit it out of sight again? I don't know a bogey from a birdie or an eagle from a deuce.


  20. Bullying harmful even decades laterRead the original story

    Yesterday | Hattiesburg American

    Just look around the office, chances are some people still remember the name of that bully who stole their lunch money or pushed them down the stairs 30years ago.