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How to Appreciate the Father You Have None of us get perfect parents. None of us got our emotional needs met all the time. But as Father’s Day approaches, it’s a time to reflect on the positives. … ...
Female managers do not reduce the gender wage gap, study finds Working women are “leaning in” and supporting more females in leadership roles, but a new study finds that having a female manager doesn’t necessarily equate to higher salaries for female employees. In fact, women can sometimes take an earnings hit relative to their male colleagues when they go to work for a female manager. “Agents [...] The post Female managers do not reduce the gender wage gap, study finds appeared first on PsyPost.
Musicians don’t just hear in tune, they also see in tune Musicians don’t just hear in tune, they also see in tune. That is the conclusion of the latest scientific experiment designed to puzzle out how the brain creates an apparently seamless view of the external world based on the information it receives from the eyes. “Our brain is remarkably efficient at putting us in touch [...] The post Musicians don’t just hear in tune, they also see in tune appeared first on PsyPost.
Emotional brains ‘physically different’ to rational ones Researchers at Monash University have found physical differences in the brains of people who respond emotionally to others’ feelings, compared to those who respond more rationally, in a study published in the journal NeuroImage. The work, led by Robert Eres from the University’s School of Psychological Sciences, pinpointed correlations between grey matter density and cognitive [...] The post Emotional brains ‘physically different’ to rational ones appeared first on PsyPost.
Musicians don't just hear in tune, they also see in tune Auditory melodies can enhance a musician's visual awareness of written music, particularly when the two match, a new experiment shows. That is the conclusion of the latest scientific experiment designed to puzzle out how the brain creates an apparently seamless view of the external world based on the information it receives from the eyes.
Link found between neighborhood quality, cellular aging Regardless of chronological age, people who live in neighborhoods with high crime, noise, and vandalism are biologically more than a decade older than those who do not, according to a study.
Changing faces: We can look more trustworthy, but not more competent We can alter our facial features in ways that make us look more trustworthy, but don't have the same ability to appear more competent, a team of psychology researchers has found.
New sleep genes found A protein called Taranis could hold the key to a good night's sleep, researchers have found. The researchers examined thousands of mutant fly lines and found a mutant, called taranis, that slept a lot less than normal flies. Using a series of genetic and biochemical experiments, the researchers tracked how Taranis interacted with other proteins and saw that Taranis bound to a known sleep regulator protein called Cyclin A.
Why Are You Obsessed with Narcissists? People diagnosed with Narcissistic Personality Disorder make up, at most, 6% of the U.S. Population and generally less in other countries (from DSM 5).  Yet articles about recognizing and dealing … ...
How Psychologists Can Help Curb Cheating in Sports It seems as if every week a new scandal involving cheating and antisocial behavior in sports is capturing the headlines--and psychologists are finally stepping in to solve the problem.
How to Learn New Stuff When I was growing up, family dinners were often interrupted by a mad search through the encyclopedia. During our discussion some question would invariably arise and my dad or one of us would get up from the table and come back with a World Book … ...
Do You Think You Are Better Than Me? We are all in pain to a greater or lesser degree, but most of us find our own way of working around it so that we can get on with … ...
Emotional brains 'physically different' from rational ones Researchers have found physical differences in the brains of people who respond emotionally to others' feelings, compared to those who respond more rationally.
New model to study HIV latency in brain cells Over 35 million people worldwide are currently infected by HIV. Antiviral therapies can keep the virus from multiplying. However, no drug can cure infection so far, because various cell types continue to carry the virus in a latent, i.e. quiescent, state. Scientists have now established a model for latent HIV infection of brain cells. The researchers used this model to identify various compounds that affect latency of the virus in the brain.
Brain receptor found to significantly affect cocaine addiction By manipulating the activity of Activin receptors in the brain, researchers report that they were able to increase or decrease cocaine-taking and relapse behavior in animal models. The study focused on receptors in regions of the brain involved in pleasure and reward.
Depression Caused By How People See The Future, New Study Finds New approach to cause of depression may help treatment using established therapies. » Continue reading: Depression Caused By How People See The Future, New Study Finds » Read HealthiestBlog.com, the new site from PsyBlog's author Related articles:Depression Distorts People’s Perception of Time, Study Finds A Strange Depression Symptom That Most People Don’t Know 5 Classic Signs of Depression Most People Don’t Recognise Teachers Unconsciously Put Girls Off Math and Science, Study Finds Little-Known Depression Symptom Confirmed by Study
Why Some People Struggle With Intimacy Do you have a client who pushes away good companions for no real reason?  Just when they were getting close, they pull back to the beginning of the relationship refusing to … ...
Forms and Policies: 6 Common Mistakes of Counselors Thank you Dr. Maelissa Hall for your guest post. Forms and policies are one of the least exciting things about having a private practice, but also one of the most important. Your policies provide the framework and boundaries for your treatment with clients. They also … ...
#ThrowbackThursday: 5 Ways to Celebrate the Summer Solstice... The Summer Solstice is soon upon us, sweet readers (Sunday, June 21, 2015, to be exact), and I thought now would be a great time to throwback to last year’s … ...
Practicing Self-Compassion When You’re Struggling with Anxiety... People who struggle with anxiety often beat themselves up about it. I should be able to handle this. There must be something seriously wrong with me. Why can’t I just be normal?! Ali Miller’s clients often say these statements in their sessions. If you’re struggling … ...