2004

14 August 2004

Tattoos help psychologist build a rapport A psychologist decided to have tatoos when he realised it was the only way the tatooist would confide in him. [From ic Wales]

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26 July 2004

A disgusting moral position I’ve always found it slightly bemusing when people talk about morals because I find it difficult to put my finger on what they actually are. Occasionally […]

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24 July 2004

Olympics: Performing may help your performance A story refuting the old advice that sportsmen should abstain from sex before their events. The evidence is currently only anecdotal, so this story […]

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14 May 2004

Aussie journo’s take on positive psychology You’ve got to love the Australian approach to life. Here’s an article about a new ‘Happiness Institute’ that has just been set up in […]

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13 May 2004

Psychology and love Two partners who are unlikely to be splitting up any time soon. Here are a few of my favourite stories: newleyweds advised to lower hopes, opposites ‘do […]

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13 May 2004

Balloons help brummies dream “You could see people running out of their homes to watch, some just wrapped in towels.” [From BBC News]

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Dating online: women ask the men out

12 May 2004

Dating is still one of those old fashioned backwaters between the sexes. There’s only one place where women ask men out: those snappy US sitcoms that we’re all so keen […]

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