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Media bias? Study shows news outlets are simply serving the preferences of their viewers In recent years, there’s been plenty of discussion about bias in the media. Yet some of the most seemingly biased media and news organizations also have the largest viewership and readership. Can it be that people might complain about media bias, but actually enjoy receiving their news from a source that actually agrees with their [...] The post Media bias? Study shows news outlets are simply serving the preferences of their viewers appeared first on PsyPost.
Sorry, Kant: Study shows ‘democratic peace’ does not prevent international conflict Using a new technique to analyze 52 years of international conflict, researchers suggest that there may be no such thing as a “democratic peace.” In addition, a model developed with this new technique was found to predict international conflict five and even ten years in the future better than any existing model. Democratic peace is [...] The post Sorry, Kant: Study shows ‘democratic peace’ does not prevent international conflict appeared first on PsyPost.
Antidepressant causes different brain changes in depressed and non-depressed individuals A commonly prescribed antidepressant may alter brain structures in depressed and non-depressed individuals in very different ways, according to new research at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. The study – conducted in nonhuman primates with brain structures and functions similar to those of humans – found that the antidepressant sertraline, a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor [...] The post Antidepressant causes different brain changes in depressed and non-depressed individuals appeared first on PsyPost.
What Does the Lack of Reproducibility in Psychology Research... Last week, the results of the world’s largest effort to reproduce results found in psychology research came in. Brian Nosek’s Reproducibility Project took a look at 100 psychology experiments’ results published in 2008 from just three major psychology journals. It attempted to reproduce the study … ...
Schizophrenia and the Intensity of Passion Over the last month I’ve been involved in a sort of fling with a girl I met on the internet. I won’t get into specifics but it got very heavy … ...
Kitty Dukakis’s Chronic Depression It is wonderful to see science and reason triumphing over urban myths -- comparable to the anti-vaccine myths – that are toxic to public health. And it’s happening because of the engagement of non-physician volunteers such as the Dukakis’s and the Lutz’s.
Toddler Temperament and the Gut This spring and summer brought many exiting new studies teaching us more about the gut-brain connection. One article that made splashy headlines linked differences in the gut microbiome with different behavior in kids.
Want to Overcome Self-Doubt? Take These Three Steps   There is a ratio to most things in life. Your income needs to exceed your expenses or you will go into debt. Your caloric intake needs to be less … ...
How Borderline Personality Disorder Affects The Brain Why people with borderline personality disorder have poor relationships. » Continue reading: How Borderline Personality Disorder Affects The Brain » Read HealthiestBlog.com, the new site from PsyBlog's author Related articles:Borderline Personality Disorder: 8 Classic Signs You Should Know A Curious New Sleep Disorder That Affects One in Seven Introverts Prefer Mountains: How Your Personality Affects Where You Should Live Comedians Have Psychotic Personality Traits Two Personality Traits Which Predict Long Life
The Therapeutic Benefits of Extreme Music Sure, it’s easy to want to blame extreme music for your teen’s behavior, but according to a new study, published in Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, it’s not the music’s fault.
Today I Love That It Is Saturday Today I love that it is Saturday, I love the Owen Sound Farmers’ Market, I love that I’ll be there within the hour and that I’ll see so many people … ...
Virtual Coaching Technology and End Users What is Virtual Coaching and What’s New? Traditionally, individual coaching (or therapy) happens face-to-face and is usually confined to a fixed setting. Now that technologies like smartphones and wireless internet can replicate the functions of an in-person session, face-to-face coaching and therapy is evolving to … ...
Psychology Around the Net: September 5, 2015 Happy September, Psych Central readers! Our first Psychology Around the Net of the month covers habits to boost creativity, ways to deal with narcissists, how to protect yourself from negativity, and more. Enjoy! 6 Unusual Habits of Exceptionally Creative People: How early do you rise? … ...
6 Ways Depression Differs Between Men and Women   There are many physical and emotional differences between men and women. When it comes to depression, those differences are extremely important. Understanding the gender differences with the disorder could … ...
Psychosexual Stages: Freud’s Theory Is Freudian personality theory valid?
More Ways to Manage Racing Thoughts Yesterday, I shared some suggestions from Sarahjoy Marsh’s book Hunger, Hope & Healing for decelerating racing thoughts and calming our minds and bodies. Because racing thoughts can steal our enjoyment. They can … ...
My Mental Health Journey in Surviving Cancer I live with bipolar disorder, OCD, and migraines, and have recovered from complex PTSD, an eating disorder, and other difficult illnesses. I’ve survived homelessness, domestic violence, and other traumas. Still, when my doctor gave me a cancer diagnosis last winter, it was the hardest shock … ...
What We Really Want—And Almost Never Get The problem in relationship is that we don't dare to ask for what we really want. Most of all, we just want to be listened to, not changed, not fixed, and not judged. What if we could risk asking for what we really need?
How Should I Study For My Next Math Test? Your brain will perform at its top capacity when you study thoroughly, over time. Cramming doesn’t work! Brains need time for all those facts and concepts to sink in. Here’s … ...
Spike activity 04-09-2015 Quick links from the past week in mind and brain news: Go get your gramophonic digital podcast player and listen to this amazing BBC Radio 4 programme on how the social discussion of dreams has changed through history. The Atlantic on what Google’s trippy neural network-generated images tell us about the human mind. Ignore the […]