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Apr 10 2012

Psychology Headlines from PSYCHNEWS

  1. Mental Illness Prevention - People Don’t Like Paying
  2. Denying One’s Desires Tied to Homophobia
  3. A Task that Can Prime an Anti-Depressant Mind
  4. Patients With Severe Depression Benefit From Therapeutic Approach
  5. 5 Must-Reads on the History of Psychology
  6. Aligned Goals Increase Desire to Copy Others
  7. Depression Care for Workers Improves Health, Productivity
  8. The Existential Experience of the Trauma Should Be the Focus of Treatment in PTSD
  9. Psychology books of the year 2011
  10. What Is Your Original Personality?

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Nov 28 2011

Psychology Headlines from PSYCHNEWS

  1. What Is Your Original Personality?
  2. Anorexia Nervosa, Inner Conflicts Over The ‘Real’ Self Have Treatment Implications
  3. A Father’s Mere Presence Lowers Risky Behavior in Teen Boys
  4. Silent Suffering – Nondisclosure of Depression Symptoms
  5. Social Experiences that Make You Feel Older
  6. Everyone’s A Little Bit Racist, But It May Not Be Your Fault

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Nov 24 2011

Psychology Headlines Around the World from Socialpsychology.org

  1. Global campaign to decriminalise homosexuality to kick off in Belize court
  2. Psychological Responses To Racism Similar To Trauma Symptoms, Study Finds
  3. Training in ‘Concrete Thinking’ Can Be Self-Help Treatment for Depression, Study Suggests
  4. Transcendental Meditation Effective Antidote To Record Stress Levels In School Students
  5. Being Transgender Is Still Widely Misunderstood
  6. The Brain Acts Fast To Reappraise Angry Faces
  7. Association Between Illegal Drug Use And Abnormal Weight In Teens
  8. Symptoms Of Chronic Widespread Pain Improved By Talking Therapy Over The Phone
  9. New Study Shows Body Focus Affects How Both Men And Women See Others
  10. Facial Disfigurements Negatively Impact Job Applicants
  11. CNN study: Schoolyard bullies not just preying on the weak
  12. Illusory Memories Can Have Salutary Effects

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Sep 20 2011

Psychology Headlines Around the World from Socialpsychology.org

  1. Rebooting Psychotherapy
  2. Why Are Patients Reluctant To Reveal Depressive Symptoms To Their Family Doctor?
  3. Cognition Research Aims to Reduce Medical Errors
  4. Writing Positively About Their Experience Benefits Men With Testicular Cancer
  5. Links Between Racial Discrimination, Stress and Health
  6. Computerized Anxiety Therapy Found Helpful in Small Trial

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Aug 25 2011

Psychology Headlines from PSYCHNEWS

  1. Is Ignorance Bliss?
  2. 10 Psychological Techniques to Help You Get a New Job
  3. From End To Beginning: Navigating a Transition Well
  4. Happiness Tends to Deter Crime
  5. Gender Differences In Anticipation Of Negative Experiences
  6. Only One In Five Medicaid-Covered Kids in Ohio Finish Antidepressant Treatment
  7. Extreme Negative Anti-Smoking Ads Can Backfire, Experts Find
  8. Good ruminations or bad ruminations in the depressed brain?
  9. Is Your Relationship Making You Sick?
  10. Understanding Recovery Avoidance in OCD
  11. Taking Rudeness of Our Co-Workers Home With Us
  12. Did 911 Reveal the Limitations of Psychology?
  13. There’s More to Introversion than You Might Think
  14. Inflexibility May Give Pupils With Autism Problems in Multitasking
  15. Exercise Can Substitute Effectively as Second ‘Medication’ for People With Depression, Study Suggests

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Aug 22 2011

Psychology Headlines Around the World from Socialpsychology.org

  1. Social Class As Culture
  2. Stanford prison experiment continues to shock
  3. Coke Addicts Prefer Money In Hand To Snowy Future
  4. Narcissists Look Like Good Leaders, but They Aren’t
  5. Social Acceptance and Rejection: The Sweet and the Bitter
  6. Jailhouse Phone Calls Reveal Why Domestic Violence Victims Recant
  7. Consumer Self-Esteem: Should Good-Looking Clerks Wear Store Brands?
  8. Narcissism May Benefit The Young, Researchers Report; But Older Adults? Not So Much
  9. Study Reveals That Risk-Taking Behavior Of Women And Men, Adolescents And Adults, Departs From Assumptions Related To Gender And Age
  10. Male Acts of Bravery Increase Accidental Death: Effects of Male Aggression in Response to Insult Most Felt in States With ‘Culture of Honor’, Study Suggests

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Jul 22 2011

Psychology Headlines Around the World from Socialpsychology.org

  1. The Truth About Cats and Dogs: Pets Are Good for Mental Health of ‘Everyday People’
  2. Dealing With Negative Emotions By Distracting Yourself Or Thinking It Over
  3. Two In Five People Don’t Want To Know About A Loved One’s Depression , Ireland
  4. Researchers Look Around The World For Ingredients Of Happiness
  5. Psych Experts: Violent Videos Distort Kids’ Health, Perceptions
  6. ‘Coming Out’ Makes People Happier, But Mainly In Supportive Settings
  7. Mental Health Disabling Young People
  8. Attention And Awareness Aren’t The Same
  9. Money Can’t Buy Happiness
  10. Pregnancy-Related Depression Linked to Eating Disorders and Abuse Histories
  11. Can Aptitude Tests Really Predict Your Performance?
  12. The Greek Mental-Health Crisis: As Economy Implodes, Depression and Suicide Rates Soar

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Jul 04 2011

Psychology Headlines from PSYCHNEWS

  1. The Illusion of Confidence
  2. Should Loughner Be Forced Psych Meds? Courts Question Authority
  3. Assessing the psychometric properties and the perceived usefulness of the BasisRaadsOnderzoek (BARO) as a first-line screening instrument for juvenile offenders
  4. Psychopathology, trauma and delinquency: subtypes of aggression and their relevance for understanding young offenders
  5. Reading the Newspaper When You’re Depressed
  6. Is General Intelligence Compatible with Evolutionary Psychology?
  7. Mothers Needed For Study Of Estradiol Skin Patch To Treat Postpartum Depression
  8. The Patient Recruiting Agency™ Announces Major Depressive Disorder Research Study
  9. Marsha Linehan Acknowledges Her Own Struggle with Borderline Personality Disorder
  10. Premature Babies Risk Mental Health Problems, Say Experts 

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Jun 27 2011

Psychology Headlines from PSYCHNEWS

  1. Psychometric schooling snark
  2. Learning How to Die: The Handbook for Mortals
  3. Learning to count not as easy as 1, 2, 3: Working with larger numbers matters
  4. Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions for Introverts
  5. The good life: Good sleepers have better quality of life and less depression
  6. Sleep loss in early childhood may contribute to the development of ADHD symptoms
  7. The psychiatrist delusion
  8. Routine Autism Screening Not Necessary, Say Canadian Researchers
  9. Is the ADHD Brain More Creative?
  10. Federal welfare programs can have negative effects on children’s cognitive scores
  11. Income Disparity Makes People Unhappy
  12. 34% Of British People With Diabetes Keep It A Secret, Which Raises The Risk Of Complications
  13. When My Mother Died, She Told Me To Try to Enjoy Life More
  14. Preteens surrounded by smokers get hooked on nicotine, study suggests
  15. Why Have Married People’s Yearnings Run Amok?
  16. Group therapy helps multiple sclerosis patients cope with depression, study finds
  17. Adolescence and expectations about college graduation
  18. Money Problems: 6 Steps to Transform Your Money Life
  19. 2 factor theories of personality
  20. Can a Negative Emotion, Like Regret, Actually Make You Happier?

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Jun 07 2011

Psychology Headlines Around the World from Socialpsychology.org

  1. Ways to Help Teens Overcome Fears and Stigmas of Mental Illness
  2. Study Links Empathy, Self-Esteem, with Sexual Enjoyment
  3. Depression: Getting Stuck on Negative Words and Thoughts
  4. Jack Kevorkian, Advocate of Assisted Suicide, Dies in Hospital at 83
  5. Frequent School Nurse Visits May Be Telltale Sign of Bullying
  6. Neural System Responsible for Face Recognition Discovered
  7. Brain Scan Shows Mark of Bomb Blasts, Study Finds
  8. “Sleep on It” Is Sound, Science-Based Advice

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