August 2007

The Man Who Mistook His Wife For A Hat by Oliver Sacks (Review)

12 August 2007

One book almost everyone interested in psychology will enjoy is Oliver Sack’s ‘The Man Who Mistook His Wife For a Hat’.

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Group Therapy Online | Eye Movement Coupling | Macho Men Still Untrustworthy

11 August 2007

Can group therapy work over the internet? A new study published in Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics suggests it can be useful in some circumstances.

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Is Marriage Dying? No. (Well, Probably Not)

10 August 2007

What does the future hold for the institution of marriage? I ask because we’re constantly hearing about the ‘deinstitutionalisation’ of marriage.

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‘Good’ Wine Increases Food Consumption by 12%

7 August 2007

If I give you a glass of wine, telling you to expect a taste-explosion, unless you’re an expert, you’re likely to experience it as being tastier.

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Why Academics Hide in Ivory Towers

6 August 2007

How do people with no training and little exposure to psychological science view the work of academics and researchers?

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237 Reasons For Sex | Vegansexuals | Toilet Seats | Encephalon 28

3 August 2007

The authors then boiled these down to four general categories: physical, goal attainment, emotional and insecurity.

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What is the Point of Psychology Studies?

2 August 2007

“Why do we need this study?” or “This just tells us what we already know!” or, “Rubbish!”

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