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Is Sharon Osbourne Overwhelmed by Marital Problems? Sharon Osbourne has been married to rock legend, Ozzy Osbourne, for more than 33 years. Over the years, the couple has faced serious adversity but always managed to stay together … ...
Soliphilia and Other Ways of Loving a Planet Love for nature and despair over its deterioration both get swept under the carpet of everyday experience. Naming them can bring them both to the surface and liberate us to act.
5 Ways to Help Safeguard Your Relationship After Kids Having a child (whether your first or your fifth) can throw your home and relationship into a state of instability. The physical toll in addition to the added stress and limited … ...
Dear Doc: A Breakup Letter Author’s Note: This week will be my last session with my Psychiatrist. I’ve been working with her for the past 6 years. This letter is a culmination of my gratitude … ...
Small brain area plays key role in making everyday decisions A small brain structure plays a central role in the many decisions like this we make each day. But it hasn’t been clear how a limited number of neurons in this small part of the brain can support an unlimited number of choices. Now, studying how macaque monkeys choose between juice drinks, researchers have found that neurons in the orbitofrontal cortex can re-map to make different decisions when circumstances change.
New data on brain network activity can help in understanding 'cognitive vulnerability' to depression Neuroimaging studies of interconnected brain networks may provide the 'missing links' between behavioral and biological models of cognitive vulnerability to depression, according to a new review.
The Common Blood Thinner That Increases Dementia Risk The other side of the drug is that it can also increase the chance of bleeds in the brain. > Get motivated with PsyBlog's latest ebook: "Spark: 17 Steps That Will Boost Your Motivation For Anything" **
This Is the Surprising Factor That Can Predict Long Life If you are an attractive non-smoking woman who feels good and thinks quickly, your future looks bright.
The Surprsing Thing That Predicts a Long Life If you are a non-smoking woman who feels good and thinks quickly, your future looks bright. (Or at least long!)
The Surprising Things That Predict a Long Life If you are an attractive non-smoking woman who feels good and thinks quickly, your future looks bright. (Or at least long!)
Free Will Is An Illusion: The Brain Tricks Us Into Thinking We Are In Control For anyone who has ever done something and then immediately wondered why, this study is for you... > Get motivated with PsyBlog's latest ebook: "Spark: 17 Steps That Will Boost Your Motivation For Anything" **
Hook-Up Hell I wrote a professional article about my 20-something support group which hypothesized that young adults don’t like the hook-up culture.  While this is only based on my anecdotal experience, I’d … ...
Exploring the gut-brain connection for insights into multiple sclerosis Bacteria living in the gut may remotely influence the activity of cells in the brain that are involved in controlling inflammation and neurodegeneration, new research suggests. Using pre-clinical models for multiple sclerosis (MS) and samples from MS patients, the team found evidence that changes in diet and gut flora may influence astrocytes in the brain, and, consequently, neurodegeneration, pointing to potential therapeutic targets.
Gender Bias in Diagnosing Autism: Can We Find Something... Here’s your assignment: Sort through a large, diverse group of birds and find all the peafowl. You are instructed to select the ones with vivid, iridescent plumage in blues and greens, with extravagant tails that open into huge, shimmering fans. Oh, you’re thinking, I’m looking … ...
When a Loved One Asks You for Relationship Advice Why do you think he said that? What do you think her behavior meant? What do you think I should do? So many of us turn to our loved ones for relationship advice. And they come to us. They want to rehash and make sense … ...
Asperger and NLD Students : Unmet Learning Challenges? Most students with Aspergers Syndrome (AS) and Nonverbal Learning Disorder (NLD) are bright. They often do well in school, especially on tasks involving facts and logic. However, many AS/NLD students … ...
Changing Your Thinking: Overcome Negative Thoughts Changing your thinking habits can make many things less disagreeable. If you don’t like your job, for example, you may habitually think about what a chore it is, how much … ...
Man’s Best Friend Meets Man's Best Robot Scientists have distilled the elements of dogs’ behavioral language for use in robots.
Think More, Eat Less? Memory Can Make Us Eat Less Hungry? Surprisingly, the trick to eating less might be our memory, and not our stomach. Remembering a past meal, or thinking about a future meal, can lead to less snacking!
Today I Love Going Home Today I love going home. I love that last night I got to go talk about a couple of memories I had from my childhood in the place where those … ...