From the yearly archives:
"The life of a convicted murderer is hanging in the balance while a US jury considers whether his intelligence has increased enough to allow him to be put to death. [...]
The BBC series, The Secrets of the Sexes, has gone from hero(ish) to zero in only one week. This week's show asked whether science can predict sexual attraction. It wasn't [...]
New research, published in Health Psychology, has found that optimists recover more quickly than pessimists after a death or the onset of severe illness in the family. This is the [...]
A study published this month in Neuropsychobiology has found that sustained caffeine use has no significant enhancing effects on performance or mood and does not provide a restorative effect after [...]
Reanalysis of data collected from the most expensive research into the treatment of alcoholism has found little support for the use of psychological therapies. The research compared a number of [...]
The first programme in the BBC series 'Secrets of Sexes' looked at the idea of brain sex. It has come in for some criticism from Mind Hacks for simplifying a [...]
Interesting programme on BBC 1 tonight at 9pm looking at psychological sex differences: "Are men and women's brains wired differently? A new BBC One series delves into our minds to [...]
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