From the yearly archives:
Mild to moderate forms of depression are often amenable to pharmacological or psychological approaches, but severe depression is a different matter. The successful treatment of very deep depression is something [...]
Many people claim to be tone-deaf (technically called amusia) although it has been estimated that only about 4% of the population actually have the condition. This disparity between actual and [...]
A couple of years ago there was an email going around that claimed to explain how we read. The email began: "Aoccdrnig to a rscheearch at Cmabrigde Uinervtisy, it deosn't [...]
If people know that excessive exposure to UV rays causes cancer, why do they still insist on grilling themselves? Health psychologists would love to know the answer so they could [...]
Speed dating is huge now, but be careful you know what you're getting into. The latest psychological research suggests your 'great personality' might not get ticks in boxes. So what [...]
Humans are thought be the only species that have asymmetrical brains. It is this specialisation between the sides of the brain that may have been an important factor in the [...]
A new survey published today in the British Medical Journal has found 'substantial levels of stress' amongst 31% of Londoners as a result of the London bombings. The survey questioned [...]
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