From the monthly archives:
It's a kind of back to basics approach for motorists. In these experimental stretches of road, gone are road markings, curbs, traffic islands, barriers and even traffic lights. Instead we [...]
This study tested what effect computer use by students had on reading and writing skills. Surprisingly student's use of a computer during the school year improved their scores in the [...]
A US company is selling this bear in a straight-jacket ahead of Valentine's Day. Naturally some priggish Americans have claimed it stigmatises mental illness. Fortunately executives at The Vermont Teddy [...]
How many times do you read an article in the newspaper on a fascinating subject and then never hear about it again? I don't want my blog to be a [...]
The plan was good, it was the execution that let him down. A Toronto researcher came up with the idea of spreading positive health messages by creating new proverbs. Unfortunately [...]
Albert Ellis trained as a psychotherapist in the 50s but soon decided Freudian therapy was just too slow and passive. He developed his own methods, now called Rational Emotive Behaviour [...]
Here's another study showing that there is a particular type of visuo-spatial ability at which, on average, men are better than women. The actual task carried out in this research [...]
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