February 2008

Strong Reactions to ‘Antidepressants Ineffective’ Study

28 February 2008

The recently published study questioning the efficacy of antidepressants has produced some fascinating reactions on other blogs.

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Creativity: Action is Everything

27 February 2008

The external orientation of creativity: the concept that the self merely ‘channels’ ideas and energy from somewhere else.

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New Study: SSRI Antidepressants ‘Clinically Insignificant’ For Most People

26 February 2008

New generation ‘SSRI’ antidepressants like Prozac or Seroxat mostly fall, “below the recommended criteria for clinical significance”.

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The 7 Sins of Memory

25 February 2008

Psychologists have found that right from the moment an event occurs to the moment we try to retrieve it (or can’t), our minds are fallible.

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The Persistence of Memory

22 February 2008

The last of the seven sins of memory shows that being unable to forget is a double-edged sword.

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Blind People’s Other Senses Not More Acute

21 February 2008

Studies show that the blind’s other senses are not more acute, but they can learn some amazing skills to compensate, like echolocation.

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How the Consistency Bias Warps Our Personal and Political Memories

20 February 2008

What were your political views a decade ago? Studies show we often assume things haven’t changed, when in fact they have.

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