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How Much Is Your Reputation Really Worth? New research explores when your reputation matters ...and when it doesn’t.
'Conjunction junction' for brain's navigation function The world we and other animals navigate is complex and non-linear, quite unlike the way a proverbial crow flies. Scientists say our ability to get around its numerous indirect points depends, at minimum, on mapping our position within the environment, knowing routes that take us between locations, and an awareness of the correct actions to initiate at any given time: turn right, turn left, go straight. The retrosplenial cortex is a critical interface for mental mapping and way-finding, according to a new electrophysiological study.
Critical genes responsible for brain tumor growth identified After generating new brain tumor models, scientists have identified the role of a family of genes underlying tumor growth in a wide spectrum of high grade brain tumors.
The Experience of Ghostly Apparitions Have you ever had the eerie feeling that you were being watched? Ever seen a ghost? It appears that “spirits” visit humans at predictable times and places.
What the weather may be doing to your health Victims of natural disasters or those that have been displaced due to weather, are more likely to develop stress, anxiety, depression or even PTSD.
To combat stress, exercise harder People who spend more time exercising are less likely to be depressed and have lower rates of anxiety.
5 Crucial Things Parents Tend to Forget Being a parent is hard. It’s the most difficult setting on the most difficult game you have ever played. The only way to succeed is to get in there, get your hands dirty, and be willing to learn. You go and go and go until … ...
5 Reasons Why Psychoanalysis Is One of The Best... I just received a great email question from one of you and I thought it will be a good idea to share my answer with everyone. The question was in … ...
Pulling Through Postpartum Depression Today is a very special day; it’s my daughter’s seventh birthday. We have a very fun day planned with her favourite dinner topping it all off. As I wander down memory … ...
A Practical Way To Reduce Social Anxiety Social anxiety can be crippling, leading to lost opportunities at work and elsewhere. » Continue reading: A Practical Way To Reduce Social Anxiety » Read HealthiestBlog.com, the new site from PsyBlog's author Related articles:The Everyday Foods Which Reduce Social Anxiety Social Anxiety Linked To Surprise Chemical Imbalance In The Brain New Friendship Study Has Great Message for Social Anxiety Sufferers The 8 Most Unexpected Advantages of Anxiety Social Anxiety Disorder: Impressive Study Reveals The Very Best Treatment
Using Psychology to Help At-Risk Students There are many rewards for doing research in psychology. For one, it is just plain fun. There is something powerful about making progress on one of the world’s great scientific mysteries. For another, the things we learn about psychology have the potential to make people’s lives better.
Do Kids With ADHD Grow Into Adults With ADHD? Most children with ADHD do not grow up to become adults with ADHD. Most adults with ADHD did not have ADHD as children. ADHD in youngsters and adults may really be two different illnesses that have similar symptoms.
New atlas of the brain opens up alternative means for studying brain disorders A new study has shed some light on the brain's organization and functions.
Neuroscientists establish brain-to-brain networks in primates, rodents Neuroscientists have introduced a new paradigm for brain-machine interfaces that investigates the physiological properties and adaptability of brain circuits, and how the brains of two or more animals can work together to complete simple tasks. These brain networks, or Brainets, were developed in rodents and primates.
6 Surprising, Bizarre Facts You Didn’t Know About Freud... Sigmund Freud is the father of psychoanalysis, so it’s not surprising much has been written about him over the past century since he first introduced his trailblazing theories about childhood development. At first his theories were very controversial, but then gradually accepted by many — … ...
Project Semicolon: Your Story Isn’t Over Yet A while back, I wrote a post about tattoos and personality, and although most readers were excited to share stories about their own ink and what their tattoos say about … ...
More courage (Part II) MORE COURAGE So let’s pick up where we left off last time and talk about how to begin to start being emotionally honest.  How to use courage and “tell your … ...
How Anger Fuels Addictive Behavior Are your clients caught in a downward addiction spiral causing helplessness and frustration?  While there are many reasons for addictive behavior, certain emotions such as anger can fuel the addictive … ...
Guilt, Depression & The Dobby Effect, Part I When we’re young, punishment seems like the most horrible thing an adult can do to a child. What crime is so bad that it means I have to sit on … ...
Managing Anger Styles to Build Healthier Relationships Talk to any couple and chances are you’ll hear the same story. There are plenty of good times, but once in awhile, things go sour. Every relationship has its ups and downs. The ebb and flow through good and bad periods is natural. When an … ...