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Magazine articles on psychology.
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December 2006
Amy Crawford
Extraordinary Resilience Psychiatrist Stuart Hauser answers questions about his new book, Out of the Woods, which chronicles four emotionally disturbed teenagers. mark for My Articles 25 similar articles
Kristen Armstrong
Avoid The Blame Game Some people are masters of evasion when it comes to accepting blame. There are some good ways to know when you should own up, and there are more than a few good reasons to stop. mark for My Articles 41 similar articles
Fast Company
November 2006
Clive Thompson
A Head For Detail Gordon Bell feeds every piece of his life into a surrogate brain called MyLifeBits, and soon the rest of us will be able to do the same. But does perfect memory make you smarter, or just drive you nuts? mark for My Articles 24 similar articles
Fast Company
November 2006
Christopher Percy Collier
The Expert on Experts Psychology professor and co-editor of the Cambridge Handbook of Expertise and Expert Performance, K. Anders Ericsson says elite performers aren't genetically superior -- they just do things differently. mark for My Articles 9 similar articles
Science News
November 11, 2006
Aimee Cunningham
Iron Deficiency, Poverty, and Cognitive Troubles Children with iron deficiency and low socioeconomic status can slip even lower in mental ability, compared with their better-nourished peers. mark for My Articles 85 similar articles
Psychology Today
Sep/Oct 2006
Elizabeth Svoboda
Cultivating Curiosity How to explore the world: Developing a sense of wonder can be its own reward. mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 8, 2006
Victoria Gill
Molecular Signals of Schizophrenia Identified Researchers have identified specific biomarkers for schizophrenia, a discovery which could pave the way to more accurate diagnostics, improved treatments, and could even be the starting point for the development of preventative medicines. mark for My Articles 51 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 8, 2006
Richard Van Noorden
Industrial Chemicals Accused of Causing `Silent Pandemic' Industrial chemicals may have caused a `silent pandemic' by damaging the developing brains of millions of children worldwide. But leading toxicologists say that this conclusion is alarmist and a gross over-statement, although the issue itself is of serious concern. mark for My Articles 116 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 2, 2006
Michael Gross
Alzheimer's Century Researchers worldwide are commemorating the centenary of Alois Alzheimer's first description of the dementia named after him. mark for My Articles 154 similar articles
American Family Physician
November 1, 2006
Lurie et al.
Seasonal Affective Disorder Patients with seasonal affective disorder have episodes of major depression that tend to recur during specific times of the year, usually in winter. Like major depression, seasonal affective disorder probably is underdiagnosed in primary care settings. mark for My Articles 480 similar articles
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