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Posts tagged psychologists

September 12, 2016


Understanding aggression could help scientists work with psychologists predict attacks.

Rejection Leads To Aggression

How do people react when they experience rejection?

April 28, 2014



How To Improve Your Memory

It turns out that giving your brain a boost could be as easy as putting one foot in front of the other.

September 20, 2013


Do you ever wonder why you find a joke funny but your friend doesn't?

A Knee-Slapper

What makes something funny?

June 27, 2011


The Guilty Bagel

Two psychologists at Iowa State University, Stacey Sentyrz and Brad Bushman, conducted a telling experiment using nothing other than cream cheese and bagels.

June 30, 2010


Does What We Touch Affect the Way We Think?

Something as simple as an object's texture can affect how you think and feel about the world around you.

June 22, 2009


Doodling for Memory

In a recent study, researchers found that doodling can help you remember details-- it's a way of concentrating the mind.

March 4, 2008


Here’s Looking at You, Baby

How much do babies actually look like their parents? Find out on this Moment of Science.

January 30, 2008


Stereotype Threat

Sticks and stones may break your bones but words can never hurt you?

October 23, 2007


What’s in a Name?

Have you ever noticed that you can easily remember some peoples names, while other you repeatedly struggle to recall?

February 15, 2007


Celebrity-obsessed Kids

How star struck are today's young kids? Could admiration turn to unhealthy obsession?

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