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BPS Research Digest Apr 12
Being Prompted To Think About Coffee Elevates Your Physiological Arousal And Focuses Your Mind, No Ingestion Required ingests & sceptically digests a new study in Consciousness & Cognition
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BPS Research Digest Apr 12
Being Prompted To Think About Coffee Elevates Your Physiological Arousal And Focuses Your Mind, No Ingestion Required ingests & sceptically digests a new study in Consciousness & Cognition
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BPS Research Digest Apr 11
An interview with a woman with Parkinson's contemplating the prospect of surgery for deep brain stimulation: “I’m worried about getting water in the holes in my head”
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Jesse Singal Apr 10
1/ I wrote up a new study which evaluated a bias-training initiative. It didn't find much, and I'm worried that what it did find was measuring politlical liberalism rather than actual discrimination.
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BPS Research Digest Apr 11
The Ninja Brain: Humans Can Prioritise Meaningful Sounds Even While Asleep: digests a new paper in by Guillaume Legendre et al
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BPS Research Digest Apr 11
For these people with depression, all treatment approaches had failed, but then they adopted a pet …
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BPS Research Digest Apr 11
The Ninja Brain: Humans Can Prioritise Meaningful Sounds Even While Asleep: digests a new paper in by Guillaume Legendre et al
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BPS Research Digest Apr 10
Finally Some Robust Research Into Whether “Diversity Training” Actually Works – Unfortunately It’s Not Very Promising
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BPS Research Digest Apr 10
People Who View Their Britishness or Englishness As “Causally Central” To Their Self-Concept Are More Likely to Have Voted For Brexit, Study Finds
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BPS Research Digest Apr 10
Finally Some Robust Research Into Whether “Diversity Training” Actually Works – Unfortunately It’s Not Very Promising
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BPS Research Digest Apr 10
People Who View Their Britishness or Englishness As “Causally Central” To Their Self-Concept Are More Likely to Have Voted For Brexit, Study Finds
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BPS Research Digest Apr 10
Researchers Show There Is A Simple Way To Induce Synesthesia In People With Normal Perception
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BPS Research Digest Apr 10
Feeling awe can sometimes be awful
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Christian Jarrett Apr 9
Simplicity of note-taking belies importance of the skill for learning. Psych Research suggests you should: -organise & annotate notes, don't just take verbatim record -use pen/paper rather than laptop -use notes to test yourself, don't just re-read
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BPS Research Digest Apr 10
Finally Some Robust Research Into Whether “Diversity Training” Actually Works – Unfortunately It’s Not Very Promising: reports on a new paper in by Edward Chang
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BPS Research Digest Apr 3
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BPS Research Digest Apr 10
Finally Some Robust Research Into Whether “Diversity Training” Actually Works – Unfortunately It’s Not Very Promising: reports on a new paper in by Edward Chang
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BPS Research Digest Apr 10
What’s it like to be a child and your sibling is diagnosed with cancer?
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BPS Research Digest Apr 10
Men and boys with older sisters are less competitive
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BPS Research Digest Apr 10
"I’m really good with my hands and I hit him" – Children’s descriptions of harming siblings and friends
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