From the monthly archives:
...but not against his will - they're still working on that: "A paralysed man in the US has become the first person to benefit from a brain chip that reads [...]
Apparently 30% of companies in the US now use personality testing as part of the recruitment process. Is it a useful tool or load of old baloney? This article highlights [...]
Just a small point. You may be aware that there is some connection between relative finger lengths and the amount of testosterone you were exposed to in the womb. Testosterone [...]
As it's the Easter weekend you might have a few minutes for quiet contemplation. If so then try doing a personality test. This one is based around what psychologists call [...]
Most of us like to think that we have chosen our occupations, rather than them choosing us. We have reasons for what we are doing, visions of where we want [...]
"Children's ideas about the foods they enjoy are formed very early, according to a University of Birmingham study. Psychologists there have found that babies weaned on rusks are more likely [...]
You can listen online to a five part series on Radio 4 that examines four of Freud's works 100 years after they were first published. Each programme is only 15 [...]
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