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News-Medical-Net
Sadness impairs basic visual processes involved in color perception, shows studyThe world might seem a little grayer than usual when we're down in the dumps an
Sadness impairs basic visual processes involved in color perception, shows study
News-Medical-Net / Posted 22 minutes ago
The world might seem a little grayer than usual when we're down in the dumps and we often talk about "feeling blue" -- new research suggests that the associations we make between emotion and color go beyond mere metaphor. The results of two studies... Read more
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Psych Central
Emotions Can Influence How We See ColorsLiteral associations between emotions and color abound. When we are depressed,
Emotions Can Influence How We See Colors
Psych Central / Posted yesterday
Literal associations between emotions and color abound. When we are depressed, for instance, we often talk about “feeling blue.” Emerging research suggests the associations we make between emotion and color may go beyond mere metaphor as the world... Read more
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The Huffington Post
A Recent Study Shows: Don't Trust StudiesA new scientific study reveals: we shouldn't believe scientific studies. These
A Recent Study Shows: Don't Trust Studies
The Huffington Post / Posted yesterday
A new scientific study reveals: we shouldn't believe scientific studies. These findings are based upon the discovery that three out of four studies conducted are unable to be reproduced. And the ones that can be replicated 100 percent of the time... Read more
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Daily Mail
Premature babies are 'worse at maths and more likely to be paid less'Premature babies are 'worse at maths and more likely to end up in lower-paid jo
Premature babies are 'worse at maths and more likely to be paid less'
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Premature babies are 'worse at maths and more likely to end up in lower-paid jobs' New study reveals babies born premature have lower numeracy skills And linked to that, scientists found they're less likely to accumulate wealth Pre-term children... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Preterm birth associated with lower academic abilities in childhood, less wealth in adulthoodPeople who are born premature tend to accumulate less wealth as adults, and a n
Preterm birth associated with lower academic abilities in childhood, less wealth in adulthood
News-Medical-Net / Posted 2 days ago
People who are born premature tend to accumulate less wealth as adults, and a new study suggests that this may be due to lower mathematics abilities. The findings, published in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological... Read more
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Psych Central
Teen Herd Mentality Can Be Good for Adult HealthTeens are often warned about the dangers of peer pressure. New research, howeve
Teen Herd Mentality Can Be Good for Adult Health
Psych Central / Posted 2 days ago
Teens are often warned about the dangers of peer pressure. New research, however, finds that conformity with peer norms may actually have some unexpected benefits for physical health in early adulthood. In fact, not having close friends and cliques... Read more
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Lifehacker
Why Your Memory Sucks (and What You Can Do About It)Human memory is quirky, complicated, and unreliable. Even when we think we're r
Why Your Memory Sucks (and What You Can Do About It)
Lifehacker / Posted 2 days ago
Human memory is quirky, complicated, and unreliable. Even when we think we're remembering everything accurately, chances are things have gotten twisted along the way. Let’s take a look at why your memory sucks, and how you can change that. Science... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Close and supportive friendships in adolescence linked to better health in early adulthoodTeens are often warned to beware the undue influence of peer pressure, but new
Close and supportive friendships in adolescence linked to better health in early adulthood
News-Medical-Net / Posted 4 days ago
Teens are often warned to beware the undue influence of peer pressure, but new research suggests that following the pack in adolescence may have some unexpected benefits for physical health in early adulthood. The study was published in... Read more
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9&10 News Cadillac
How parents add to math anxiety(HealthDay News) -- Parents can spur math anxiety and poor math performance in
How parents add to math anxiety
9&10 News Cadillac / Posted 6 days ago
(HealthDay News) -- Parents can spur math anxiety and poor math performance in children, a new study suggests. "We often don't think about how important parents' own attitudes are in determining their children's academic achievement. But our work... Read more
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KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
How parents add to math anxiety(HealthDay News) -- Parents can spur math anxiety and poor math performance in
How parents add to math anxiety
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau / Posted 6 days ago
(HealthDay News) -- Parents can spur math anxiety and poor math performance in children, a new study suggests. "We often don't think about how important parents' own attitudes are in determining their children's academic achievement. But our work... Read more
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Fox Wausau
How parents add to math anxiety(HealthDay News) -- Parents can spur math anxiety and poor math performance in
How parents add to math anxiety
Fox Wausau / Posted 6 days ago
(HealthDay News) -- Parents can spur math anxiety and poor math performance in children, a new study suggests. "We often don't think about how important parents' own attitudes are in determining their children's academic achievement. But our work... Read more
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Philly.com
How Reliable Are Medical Studies? Half of Findings Couldn't Be ReplicatedDennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter "Reproducibility is a central feature of sc
How Reliable Are Medical Studies? Half of Findings Couldn't Be Replicated
Philly.com / Posted 6 days ago
Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter "Reproducibility is a central feature of science," Nosek said. "A scientific claim doesn't become believable because of the status or authority of the person that generated it. Credibility of the claim depends in... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Study delivers bleak verdict on validity of psychology experiment resultsA major investigation into scores of claims made in psychology research journal
Study delivers bleak verdict on validity of psychology experiment results
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 7 days ago
A major investigation into scores of claims made in psychology research journals has delivered a bleak verdict on the state of the science. An international team of experts repeated 100 experiments published in top psychology journals and found that... Read more
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KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
How reliable are medical studies? Half of findings couldn't be replicatedBy Dennis ThompsonHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Independent researche
How reliable are medical studies? Half of findings couldn't be replicated
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau / Posted 7 days ago
By Dennis ThompsonHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Independent researchers couldn't reproduce the findings of more than half of 100 experiments previously published in three prominent psychology journals, a new review reports. This review... Read more
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Fox Wausau
How reliable are medical studies? Half of findings couldn't be replicatedBy Dennis ThompsonHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Independent researche
How reliable are medical studies? Half of findings couldn't be replicated
Fox Wausau / Posted 7 days ago
By Dennis ThompsonHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Independent researchers couldn't reproduce the findings of more than half of 100 experiments previously published in three prominent psychology journals, a new review reports. This review... Read more
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PhysOrg
Political polarization on Twitter depends on the issueTwitter offers a public platform for people to post and share all sorts of cont
Political polarization on Twitter depends on the issue
PhysOrg / Posted 8 days ago
Twitter offers a public platform for people to post and share all sorts of content, from the serious to the ridiculous. While people tend to share political information with those who have similar ideological preferences, new research from NYU's... Read more
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Psych Central
No Link between Daycare and Toddler AggressionMany working parents dread leaving their children in daycare as they believe th
No Link between Daycare and Toddler Aggression
Psych Central / Posted 14 days ago
Many working parents dread leaving their children in daycare as they believe the interaction with other toddlers may lead to undesirable behaviors. A new study may alleviate at least some of the fears as researchers tracked almost 1,000 Norwegian... Read more
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Psych Central
Moral Behavior is Trademark of IdentityNew research suggests that while we may view maintaining our memory as being es
Moral Behavior is Trademark of Identity
Psych Central / Posted 17 days ago
New research suggests that while we may view maintaining our memory as being essential to who we are, others would probably judge our identity by whether our moral traits remain intact. In the study, investigators interviewed family member of... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Others consider our moral traits, not memory, to be core component of our identityWe may view our memory as being essential to who we are, but new findings sugge
Others consider our moral traits, not memory, to be core component of our identity
News-Medical-Net / Posted 17 days ago
We may view our memory as being essential to who we are, but new findings suggest that others consider our moral traits to be the core component of our identity. Data collected from family members of patients suffering from neurodegenerative disease... Read more
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PhysOrg
Look into my pupils: Pupil mimicry may lead to increased trustPeople often mimic each other's facial expressions or postures without even kno
Look into my pupils: Pupil mimicry may lead to increased trust
PhysOrg / Posted a month ago
People often mimic each other's facial expressions or postures without even knowing it, but new research shows that they also mimic the size of each other's pupils, which can lead to increased trust. The findings, published in Psychological Science,... Read more
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