February 2007

Can Cognitive Neuroscience Tell Us Anything About the Mind?

25 February 2007

Cognitive neuroscience – essentially brain scanning – has become all the rage in psychology and related fields.gs

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How ‘Naive Cynicism’ May Poison Your Relationships

22 February 2007

Cynicism has its uses. Being suspicious about the motives of others won’t leave you gasping when you are tricked.

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Stanley Milgram: Obedience to Authority Or Just Conformity?

21 February 2007

What psychological experiment could be so powerful that simply taking part might change your view of yourself and human nature?

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Your Partner Has Been Unfaithful. The Question is Why.

18 February 2007

A lot of the psychology research on relationships has focussed on the predictors of infidelity. But what tends to get lost is its affect on the relationship.

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Even 24,576 Measurements Couldn’t Prove Plants Have Souls

15 February 2007

Gustav Fechner perfected the technique of measuring ‘just noticeable differences’.

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Euphoria Induced by Experimental Trickery

14 February 2007

How our thoughts influence our emotions.

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Revolutionary Treatment of Depression

10 February 2007

How cognitive therapy works.

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