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Magazine articles on psychology.
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IEEE Spectrum
April 2007
Stephen Cass
Strange Ways Book Review: In I Am a Strange Loop, author Douglas R. Hofstadter ponders the kind of consciousness animals might have, the emergence of a shared identity between life partners, and what remains of people after they die. mark for My Articles 6 similar articles
April 9, 2007
Kerry J. Sulkowicz
The Psychology Of The Deal Can someone with psychological training analyze a target at a distance to provide an edge in talks? mark for My Articles 10 similar articles
The Motley Fool
March 26, 2007
Mary Dalrymple
The Pain of Purchasing Science proves that you really do feel pain when paying cash. You can harness this research to do a little experimentation yourself. Break down monthly costs... Don't buy it just because it's cheap... etc. mark for My Articles 21 similar articles
Scientific American
April 2007
Marina Krakovsky
The Science of Lasting Happiness Through controlled tests, experimental psychologist Sonja Lyubomirsky explores ways to beat the genetic set point for happiness. Staying in high spirits, she finds, is hard work. mark for My Articles 46 similar articles
Scientific American
April 2007
Michael Shermer
Free to Choose The neuroscience of choice exposes the power of ideas. mark for My Articles 32 similar articles
March 15, 2007
Darrin Albert
Eleven Cognitive Biases that Help Sustain the Anti-male Double Standard in Society There are at least eleven cognitive biases that have been acknowledged over the years in the field of psychology and beyond that can be applied as forces that help sustain the anti-male double standard in American society. mark for My Articles 31 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 7, 2007
Victoria Gill
The Brain's Insatiable Appetite Revealed It's no longer a question of will power. Scientists have shown how obesity disrupts the brain's ability to regulate appetite, meaning that the fatter a person becomes, the more difficult it is to resist those extra portions. mark for My Articles 42 similar articles
Psychology Today
Mar/Apr 2007
Erika Casriel
Confidence: Stepping Out You're not alone in shunning center stage -- shyness and social anxiety are as natural as breathing. But doing advance prep for a party or taking small social risks can lead to breakthroughs in confidence. Here's how to relish even the brightest of spotlights. mark for My Articles 5 similar articles
Psychology Today
Jan/Feb 2007
Jay Dixit
The Ideological Animal We think our political stance is the product of reason, but we're easily manipulated and surprisingly malleable. The effects of psychological terror on political decision making can be eliminated just by asking people to think rationally. mark for My Articles 111 similar articles
Psychology Today
Jan/Feb 2007
Sherry Baker
The Home Team Advantage Testosterone and estrogen drive touchdowns and boost brainpower, but they work their magic with a selectivity that science is only beginning to understand. A primer on how these counterintuitive chemicals truly shape us. mark for My Articles 86 similar articles
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