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Jul 22 2011

Psychology Headlines Around the World from Socialpsychology.org

  1. The Truth About Cats and Dogs: Pets Are Good for Mental Health of ‘Everyday People’
  2. Dealing With Negative Emotions By Distracting Yourself Or Thinking It Over
  3. Two In Five People Don’t Want To Know About A Loved One’s Depression , Ireland
  4. Researchers Look Around The World For Ingredients Of Happiness
  5. Psych Experts: Violent Videos Distort Kids’ Health, Perceptions
  6. ‘Coming Out’ Makes People Happier, But Mainly In Supportive Settings
  7. Mental Health Disabling Young People
  8. Attention And Awareness Aren’t The Same
  9. Money Can’t Buy Happiness
  10. Pregnancy-Related Depression Linked to Eating Disorders and Abuse Histories
  11. Can Aptitude Tests Really Predict Your Performance?
  12. The Greek Mental-Health Crisis: As Economy Implodes, Depression and Suicide Rates Soar

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Jul 15 2009

Psychology Headlines Around the World From Socialpsychology.org

  1. Fellow students smell your exam fear
  2. The Problem With Self-help Books: The Negative Side To Positive Self-statements
  3. Immune System Link To Schizophrenia Identified By UCLA Collaboration

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Jul 02 2009

Psychology Headlines Around the World From Socialpsychology.org

  1. Gene Predicts How Brain Responds To Fatigue, Human Study Shows
  2. Neurological Differences Support Dyslexia Subtypes
  3. Cognitive Therapy Is Of No Value In Schizophrenia, Analysis Of Studies Suggests
  4. Laos tackles transgender taboos
  5. Ability To Literally Imagine Oneself In Another’s Shoes May Be Tied To Empathy
  6. Would You Know What To Do In A Mental Health Emergency?
  7. How celebrities stay famous regardless of talent
  8. In Old Age, Friends Can Keep You Young. Really
  9. How Positive Psychology Can Increase Your Happiness
  10. Beating The Bullies: Changing Real-world Behavior Through Virtual Experience

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Jun 02 2009

Psychology Headlines Around the World From Socialpsychology.org

  1. The Depression Test: Screening All Teens to Find Those with Disorders
  2. Head Movement Important in Nonverbal Communication, Finds Study
  3. California Supreme Court Upholds Gay Marriage Ban
  4. Brain-Behavior Disconnect In Cocaine Addiction
  5. Schizophrenia Does Not Substantially Increase Risk of Violent Crime
  6. Iraq Struggles with Mental Healthcare Crisis
  7. Fame, Wealth, and Beauty Are Psychological Dead Ends, Study Finds

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