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Magazine articles on psychology.
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Psychology Today
May/Jun 2007
Carlin Flora
Gut Almighty Intuition really does come from the gut. It's also a kind of matching game based on experience. It's comforting to know you can lean on your unconscious when facing big life questions. And, even better, you've got a mind that can both listen to the gut and keep it in line. mark for My Articles 20 similar articles
Psychology Today
Mar/Apr 2007
Matthew Hutson
Unnatural Selection There's a thriving industry built on the scientific selection of jurors, but social psychologists aren't sure just how accurate it is, or whether it gives legal adversaries an edge. mark for My Articles 36 similar articles
Psychology Today
Mar/Apr 2007
Elizabeth DeVita-Raeburn
The Morgellons Mystery A just-christened illness involves disorientation, multi-colored fibers bursting from sores, and the sensation of bugs crawling under the skin. Is this an age-old delusion or a disturbing new disease? mark for My Articles 29 similar articles
Psychology Today
Mar/Apr 2007
Kathleen McGowan
The Boy Who Wants to Live Forever... and Other Champions of the Lost Cause Obsession, defiance, grit: The line between indomitable genius and hopeless holdout is blurred. We all have the capacity to chase unlikely dreams, but for some people, the pursuit becomes its own reward. mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
Psychology Today
Mar/Apr 2007
Nando Pelusi
Getting a Grip on the Greenback Forget foreign currency. Money itself is a foreign concept, says this psychologist. Why we can't think straight about money? mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
May 2007
Kevin Larson
The Technology of Text Type designers, psychologists, and engineers are joining forces to improve reading onscreen. mark for My Articles 67 similar articles
HBS Working Knowledge
April 25, 2007
Martha Lagace
Feeling Stuck? Getting Past Impasse Feeling "stuck," as psychologically painful as it is, is the first step to awareness of new opportunities in career and in life. mark for My Articles
Scientific American
May 2007
Michael Shermer
Bush's Mistake and Kennedy's Error Self-deception proves itself to be more powerful than deception. mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 5, 2007
Victoria Gill
Target for Memory-Enhancing Pills Identified Researchers have taken a step towards developing a pill that could improve memory by pinpointing and testing a potential target enzyme in the brain. mark for My Articles 112 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
April 2007
Jeff Hawkins
Learn Like A Human Computer scientists have recognized a fundamental concept of how the neo-cortex uses hierarchy and time to create a model of the world and to perceive novel patterns as part of that model. If we are right, the true age of intelligent machines may just be getting started. mark for My Articles 8 similar articles
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