2004

Top selling computer game targets women

28 August 2004

As cosmetic manufacturers are starting to wake up to the fact that they have traditionally been ignoring half of their potential market, so games manufacturers are also seeing the light. […]

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Music lessons enhance IQ

20 August 2004

Here is a longer post than normal which highlights the importance of reading the actual study rather than just the news report. First a quote from the report: “The idea […]

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My boss doesn’t care about my feelings!

19 August 2004

And that’s precisely how he got where he is today. So what is the difference between being labelled a psychopath and a successful businessman? A psychopath is happy to use […]

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Unwritten rules of the motorway

18 August 2004

Some interesting differences between the way that we drive in the UK and the States with philosophising about what it might mean. ‘In general, says psychologist Professor Steve Stradling, “roads […]

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Worth a thousand words

16 August 2004

Oh, and read this illustrated story of a 3rd year medical student doing one of her rotations in a psychiatric unit.

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Medicine hope for psychedelic drugs

16 August 2004

Another raft of studies examining the therapeutic possibilities of hallucinogens for treating cancer. [From BBC News]

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15 August 2004

The Psychology of Magic Very interesting article from a few years ago describing a visit by Simon Singh to The Magic Circle. Although only really revealing what we already know, […]

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