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2015/02/28 11:06
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Thinking of God may give people the courage to seek out and take risks, a new study suggests. The findings, published in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science,...
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2015/02/28 01:21
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Playing rough really DOES toughen you up: Aggressive boys tend to develop into physically stronger teens, says study Muscular strength and aggressive-antisocial traits are both mediated by changing...
2015/02/23 10:08
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Using virtual reality to misrepresent how far the neck is turned can actually change pain experiences in individuals who suffer from chronic neck pain, according to research published in Psychological...
2015/02/16 22:19
2015/02/16 22:19
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According to estimates by the National Education Association, in America more than 160,000 children skip school each day out of fear of being bullied. The national study conducted by WalletHub.com in...
2015/02/05 20:31
2015/02/05 20:31
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Rising individualism in the United States over the last 150 years is mainly associated with a societal shift toward more white-collar occupations, according to new research published in Psychological...
2015/02/04 22:32
2015/02/04 22:32
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A recent survey suggests that Connecticut ranks toward the bottom when it comes to controlling school bullying. The research website WalletHub published its 2015 list of the best and worst states at...
2015/02/03 18:32
2015/02/03 18:32
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Children who play frequently with puzzles, blocks, and board games tend to have better spatial reasoning ability, a new study has found. Play may seem like fun and games, but specific kinds of play...
2015/02/03 15:51
2015/02/03 15:51
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Key to the future: Finland is planning to phase out handwriting classes for school students in favour of keyboard skills. This generation may never write a birthday card; they'll tap out a greeting on...
2015/02/02 09:08
2015/02/02 09:08
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Teens who mistakenly perceive themselves as overweight are actually at greater risk of obesity as adults, according to research findings forthcoming in Psychological Science, a journal of the...
2015/02/01 15:51
2015/02/01 15:51
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The gender identity of transgender children is deeply held and is not the result of confusion about gender or pretense, according to new research by psychological scientist Kristina Olson, Ph.D., of...
2015/01/30 15:36
2015/01/30 15:36
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Sex's ability to sell brands is often seen as an article of faith in the ad business, and the Super Bowl is the biggest house of worship. Ever since Noxema first raised eyebrows in 1973 with its "Let...
2015/01/29 21:22
2015/01/29 21:22
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Baby talk is BAD: Researchers say normal speech is easier to understand - and parents should just speak clearly to their child Study found mothers speak less clearly to infants than they do to...
2015/01/29 14:51
2015/01/29 14:51
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New research shows that some games can help a child develop important cognitive skills. Using data from a nationally representative study, researchers from Rhodes College determined that children who...
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