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My friend the idiot.
So we're driving along at a fairly good clip. The road was somewhat icy but for Canada, it wasn't a big deal. I looked over at Bryce, who seemed to be preparing for something, and then back at the road. We were approaching an intersection.

And then, the craziest thing happened.

Bryce lifted his left foot and aggressively jammed on the emergency break. The truck immediately started spinning. Then, he reached over to the gearshift and jammed it from Drive into Reverse. As the truck shuddered and continued its high speed drift, he floored it. The engine whined and the transmission made some very, very bad sounds. At that point, finally realizing something was wrong, he lifted his foot off of the gas, just in time for the engine to stall. His eyes were wide with terror and he briefly looked over at me as if to say "Oh man what have I done?"

Myself, I was rather calm. You see, this sort of thing was not uncommon with Bryce. One moment, you'd be doing something absolutely mundane. The next second you'd be plunged into some adventure that, moments earlier, you couldn't have even conceived of. Although we were in danger, I felt confident we'd be fine. Bryce, although a tremendous fuckup, had an uncanny ability to escape the consequences of his actions.

Although the engine was out, we were still moving at a fairly fast rate of speed. Eyes bugged out their sockets, Bryce began whipsawing the wheel back and forth, attempting to regain control. His efforts were marginal at best, more like the actions of someone who had once read how to correct from a skid rather than someone who actually understood it. For a Canadian, it was a very poor performance, although he really did try. I actually thought he was going to break the wheel or something. It was only through his natural reserves of "the luck of the idiot" that the truck stayed on the road, and eventually slid to a stop an inch or two from the guardrail.

I looked over at him.

"And just what in the fuck was that all about?"
"I used to drive a five speed. I traded it for an automatic."

Sometimes, it's OK to cry.
Some say it's OK for men to cry; personally, I feel it's really up to the man. It's not a comfortable topic for many, though even the toughest among us have our stories: times we cried and wish we hadn't .. times we didn't cry, but probably should have.

Oh, how I remember the time I cried! I'd just gulped down a very, very large mouthful of whiskey; inexcusably potent stuff, to be sure. Moisture collected at the corner of my eye, and before I could put a stop to it, a brave, lonesome tear ran down my cheek.

I immediately skewered and stabbed out the offending eye, both on general principle and as a warning to the other eye. It hit the ground with a wet floomph, and I stomped it for good measure.

I leaned down, such that it might hear me better. "This is a hard world, and this is for your own good", I told it. It didn't say anything back but, it got the message.

Thu Jan 17 19:17:41 AST 2019
Walkran traffic stats are surging! Legitimate visitors are starting to catch up to bots and search engines. OK that's a big lie, but we're clearly on an upward trajectory. HELLO and WELCOME to all you new people, especially you channel surfers; I hope you enjoy the site and find it useful.

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What is Walkran?
Walkran is a news aggregation site. We collect headlines from all over the world, organize them, and display them for you. Walkran was built to deliver low overhead, rapid access to current news headlines. If you find a more efficient way to keep updated on the latest news, let us know. Actually, you can't, as we don't currently have any contact information posted, so just keep it to yourself.

Why is Walkran unique?
We happily aggregate conventional media, alt media, and user forums. We do so to provide an overview of what various groups, often in complete disagreement, have to say about an issue. When you visit many conventional aggregation sites, you only receive the mainstream headlines. Here, you get it all.

We provide a more EXCITING, more CONTROVERSIAL gateway to breaking news, current events and emerging trends. Lesser news aggregation sites provide you with access to only one or two types of propaganda. At Walkran, we provide access to it all. Whether it's Globalist propaganda from the mainstream media, Wikileaks data dumps, Forum Gaslighting from one of the three letter agencies or just snowflakes melting down, we grab it, sort it, and display it for you.

We are the ultimate non-discriminatory news provider: we don't care who says what or whether it's remotely true. We'll print it, regardless.

Know this: we occasionally provide access to wonderful, enlightening content, but more than not, we end up providing access to corporate and state propaganda, misguided user posts, misleading articles, biased content and fake news. Why? Because that's the world we live in.

We don't write the news. We just point you to it. Good luck out there.


Pardon?
So one time, this guy said to me "do you use PHP?" I looked at him (immediately suspicious) and replied: "No. I use PERL." At that point I just wanted the conversation to end. I wanted it to be over. I turned to leave. You know what he says next, virtually fishhooking me in the eye?

"What, is that, like Python?"

I overreacted, I admit, for sure. As the judge said and my own attorney agreed, I showed a 'remarkably disproportionate reaction to a completely benign comment', although I think that statement, while somewhat accurate, evinces a stunning lack of ignorance with regards to interpreted programming languages. I still feel if we had have been clearer on the technical and historical realities of the conversation we would have won the case but in the end I agreed to a plea deal as the legal fees were mounting and I guess I shouldn't have done it. However back to the story.

I cried out like a wounded raven to distract him, and as he looked at me in confusion I advanced quickly and kneed him viciously in the groin. As he crumpled over in pain like a man kneed in the groin, I karate chopped the back of his kneck trying to snap his spine. To his credit he survived the blow and maintained consciousness but he went down hard, literally smashing his face into the literal ground. As his cranium ricocheted off the concrete I was tempted to drop the Randy Savage flying elbow but I thought that was dirty and do what I can to set a good example for the kids. I am no Amish nor Nun but I have certain morals that I follow.

As I savagely kicked him unconscious a cacophony of obscenities poured forth and I let him know in no uncertain terms that PERL deserves a lot more respect than what he was giving and that he'd better watch his P's and Q's in the future. I honestly don't remember most of what was said but I do remember the last few words that came out of me. As the maudlin moonlight glinted softly off of this guys teeth and bloody face and just before the cops got there, I leaned in and yelled at him:

"How do you like those indentations? Everything spaced to your liking, Guv?"


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Psychology Today
Jeremy Lin Is a Winner
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Don't Kill the Messenger? No, Don't Be the Messenger
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Caring for a Loved One with Alzheimer’s Brings Benefits
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What Makes Some People so Motivated and Self-Controlled?
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What To Do If You Are Depressed: Behavioral Activation
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Should You Take a Break From Facebook?
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Extraterrestrial Intelligence: A Novel Way to Hunt for It
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Don’t fear your child’s criticism
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Recovering from the Emotionally Unavailable Mother
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For the Birds: From Exploitation to Liberation
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The Brain of a Radical
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How to Lose Weight by Ordering Dessert First
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A Guy’s Neuroscientist
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Princeton Study Uses AI to Find Autism Clues in “Junk” DNA
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Rolling the Dice with Other People's Lives
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Time Management Tips for Introverted Parents
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Serotonin Malfunctions May Be a Harbinger of Parkinson's
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What It Takes to Be a Champion
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Self-Compassion Can Help Prevent Re-Victimization
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Anybody Can Serve
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Psych Central News
Antidepressants May Hinder Empathy for Others’ Pain
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Gut Microbes Linked to Temperament Traits in Infants
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Lab Findings Hint that BP Med Could Impact Alzheimer’s
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Orthodontic Braces May Not Boost Your Confidence
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In Dating, You May Have a Type After All
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Undiagnosed Sleep Apnea Tied to Job Loss
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Weighing Pros & Cons of Drug Treatment for Depressed Older Adults
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Best Ways for Dads to Bond With Their Kids
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Many Married Women in US Try for Spring Baby
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Too Many Choices Can Paralyze Decision-Making
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2-Hour Dose of Nature Tied to Better Health & Well-Being
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Tips to Improve Father-Child Bonding
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High Levels of Internet Use May Alter Brain Function
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Cold Parenting Tied to Premature Aging in Kids
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New Eating Disorders App Teaches Normal Eating Behavior
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UK Study: Smartphone Addiction May Not Be a Problem
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Persistent Poverty Affects One in Five UK Children
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Study: Suicide, Overdose Among Leading Causes of Maternal Mortality
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Canada Study Finds Dramatic Rise in Teen Self Harm
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Compulsive Indoor Tanning May Be Impacted by Genetic, Psychiatric Factors
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Psychology
Yoga may be an effective treatment option for patients with Parkinson disease, suggests a new randomized clinical trial in JAMA Neurology, which found an 8-week mindfulness yoga program improved motor dysfunction and mobility while also reducing anxiety and depressive symptoms.
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Memories are stronger when the original experiences are accompanied by unpleasant odors, finds a new study, which points to how negative experiences influence our ability to recall past events. The odors tested in the study included scents such as rotting fish and manure.
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A Core Subgroup of Believers Don’t Just Think Learning Styles Are Real, But Also Inherited And Hard-Wired In The Brain - "The 'learning style' myth – the idea that we each have a preferred modality for learning, usually described as visual, auditory or kinaesthetic – just won’t die."
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Information is like snacks, money, and drugs to your brain, suggests a new brain scan study, which found that information acts on the brain’s dopamine-producing reward system in the same way as money or food, which may be why some people over-consume information and are susceptible to clickbait.
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Five- and six-year-old boys and girls who are inattentive in kindergarten are more likely to report lower incomes when they reach 33 to 35 years of age, finds a new study (n=2,850). However, the most "pro-social" boys (those who help others) are headed for careers that pay more than the average.
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The Brain of a Radical
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A Core Subgroup of Believers Don’t Just Think Learning Styles Are Real, But Also Inherited And Hard-Wired In The Brain
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Borderline Personality's Waxing and Waning Through Life
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We know contact with nature makes you feel better. Can virtual contact do the same? - "New research suggests virtual exposure to nature via augmented reality and movies can mimic the effect and provide a boost to wellbeing."
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How arousal impacts physiological synchrony in relationships - "Different social context causes different levels of physiological arousal. However, in every condition, the autonomic nervous system went into synch between strangers, whether in low or high states of arousal."
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New research on stress during pregnancy and mental disorders in children
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Information addiction: How information is like snacks, money, and drugs to your brain: Obtaining new information may be addictive. Study finds information acquisition shares the same dopamine producing reward system pathway as food, financial rewards and drugs.
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“It is No Measure of Health to Be Well Adjusted to a Profoundly Sick Society”
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Great read, gave a lot of insight on addiction and how doctors, nurses, and families handle it from the patients point of view. What do you think?
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If you want to be healthy and happy, choose a conscientious partner, suggests a new study (n=182 couples), which found that a conscientious partner i⁠s⁠ ⁠g⁠o⁠o⁠d⁠ ⁠f⁠o⁠r⁠ ⁠y⁠o⁠u⁠r⁠ ⁠h⁠e⁠a⁠l⁠t⁠h, and also good for your quality of life, showing how your partner’s personality can influence your life.
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New research shows that only a small percentage (12.5%) of the general population are open to dating transgender/non-binary individuals
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Thinking About Their Multiple Identities Boosts Children’s Creativity And Problem-Solving Skills
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Dr. Dennis McKenna Talking About Psychedelic Drugs As Mainstream Medicines of The Future
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Memories form 'barrier' to letting go of objects for people who hoard - "Researchers hope that the findings could help develop new ways to train people with hoarding difficulties to discard clutter."
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A New Université de Montréal Study Has Found That Inattentive Children Earn Less Money
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Psychology of Eating
What’s in the Way IS the Way Interview with Mary O’Malley
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The Neuropsychology of Eating Interview with Dr. Srini Pillay
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Women, Food and Health Interview with Marc David and Dr. Kelly Brogan
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Nourishment, Health and Presence Interview with Marc David and Gudni Gunnarson
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Important Insights into Overeating and Dieting: Interview with Marc David and Amy Pershing
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My Life as an Eating Psychology Coach: Brenda Bliss
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My Life as an Eating Psychology Coach: Miriam Byrne
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My Life as an Eating Psychology Coach: Meredith Newell
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My Life as an Eating Psychology Coach: Carmen Morcos
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My Life as an Eating Psychology Coach: Kimberly Irlbeck
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My Life as an Eating Psychology Coach: Samantha Russell
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My Life as an Eating Psychology Coach: Jodie Gale
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My Life as an Eating Psychology Coach: Kim Bunney
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My Life as an Eating Psychology Coach: Lena Schellenberg
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My Life as an Eating Psychology Coach: Wynne Meisenbach
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Body Image and Conditional Love
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Psychology of Eating Podcast: Episode #247 – Letting Go of Rules and Obsessions
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Hello world!
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Psychology of Eating Podcast: Episode #247 – Letting Go of Rules and Obsessions
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Psychology of Eating Podcast: Episode #239 – Sometimes We Need to Ask for Help
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HealthyPlace
Good Food Vs. Bad Food Debate and Eating Disorder Recovery
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Slowly Overcoming My Fear of Driving
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Understanding Anxiety for Mental Health Awareness Month
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Dealing with Bipolar Disorder Takes Up Too Much Time
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Are You Verbally Abused at Work?
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How Are ADHD and ODD Connected?
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Why You Need a Wide Mental Health Support Network
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Parenting with a Mental Illness: Am I Ready for Round Two?
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Waking Up Late Can Make Your Depression Worse
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How to Rethink Anxiety and Come Out on Top
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Trusting Again After Abuse in a Relationship
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Does Working Cure Social Anxiety?
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How to Stop Feeling Jealous of Other People’s Success
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Disconnection in Depression: Signs and Tips to Reconnect
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Why I Stopped Hiding My Self-Harm Scars
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When Bipolar Depression Lasts for Years
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How to Stay Positive When You Are Depressed
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Letting Go of Borderline Cycles of Drama in Recovery
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Should Alters Share Responsibility in the DID System?
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How to Make Time for Self-Care Today
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PsyBlog
The Common Drink Linked To Anxiety (M)
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The Best Way To Shed Belly Fat
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Using These Words Can Indicate Depression (M)
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The Facial Sign Of Vitamin B12 Deficiency
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What Phone Snooping Does To A Relationship (M)
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The Common Drink That Doubles Weight Loss
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The Body Language That Projects Dominance (M)
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4 Personality Traits Linked To High IQ
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What Your Dog Says About Your Personality (M)
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This Weight Loss Technique Is 100% More Effective
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The Easiest Way To Boost Your Mental Health (M)
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The Simple Foods That Reduce Belly Fat
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A Cognitive Sign Of Vitamin B12 Deficiency
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How To Delay Alzheimer’s Disease (M)
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How To Improve Sleep Habits In 3 Weeks (M)
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A Superb Sign Of High IQ
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How Neural Stimulation Can Improve Your Memory (M)
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This Surprising Weight Loss Technique DOES Work
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An Obvious Sign of Autistic Tendencies (M)
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The Tasty Fruit That Lowers Blood Pressure
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BPS Research Digest
A Core Subgroup of Believers Don’t Just Think Learning Styles Are Real, But Also Inherited And Hard-Wired In The Brain
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Thinking About Their Multiple Identities Boosts Children’s Creativity And Problem-Solving Skills
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Preliminary Evidence That Lonely People Lose The Reflex To Mimic Other People’s Smiles, Potentially Sustaining Their Isolation
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Psychologists Show It’s Possible To Fix Misleading Press Releases – Without Harming Their News Value
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Adults Who Played Pokémon Extensively In Childhood Have A Pokémon-Sensitive Region In Their Visual Cortex
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Breakthrough Investigation Of People With A Sixth Finger Has Implications For Infant Medicine And Cyborgs
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Most Comprehensive Review To Date Finds The Average Person’s Reading Speed Is Slower Than Previously Thought
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Testing An Evo Psych Theory Outside Of The Lab: Prestige And Dominance-Based Social Hierarchies Emerge Even Amongst Cornish Choirs And Chess Clubs
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People Agree It’s Harder To Conjure A Frog With Magic Than Change Its Colour – Suggesting We Use Our Intuitive Physics To Make Sense Of Imaginary Worlds
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Psychology Has Been Greatly Enriched By Concepts From Non-English Languages (And Why It Should Engage Cross-Culturally Even More)
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First Systematic Study Of The Advice People Would Give To Their Younger Selves
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Researchers Were Surprised To Find Bungee Jumpers’ Cognition Was Enhanced After A Jump
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Largest Observational Study Of Its Kind Finds Talkative Parents Have Kids With Better Cognitive Skills – But It’s Not Clear Why
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Researchers Have Investigated “Derailment” (Feeling Disconnected From Your Past Self) As A Cause And Consequence Of Depression
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Link Between Teens’ Time On Digital Devices And Lower Wellbeing Is “Too Small To Merit Substantial Scientific Discussion”
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The Dissatisfaction of Being Sexually Rejected By A Partner Lasts Longer Than The Pleasure Of Having An Advance Accepted
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People Who Self-Harm May Be Compensating For Their Difficulty Interpreting Bodily Signals of Emotion
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Teenagers Define Themselves Mostly In Terms Of Their Positive Traits; Adults More In Terms Of Their Social Roles
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A New Trial Of An Ancient Rhetorical Trick Finds It Can Make You Wiser
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Even People Without Mathematical Training Experience The “Beauty” Of Maths
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Beck Institute
The Importance of the Essentials of CBT
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CBT for a Case of Mixed Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Inflammatory Bowel Disease
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Why Beck CBT Certification?
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Who is Beck CBT Certification For?
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May 2019 CBT Update
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Encouraging Courage: Helping Parents Raise Brave Kids
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Responding to Stressors and Building Resilience in Individuals with Schizophrenia
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April 2019 CBT Update
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If You Are Undecided About Therapy…
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Encouraging Individuals to Enter Treatment
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New Pathways in Cognitive Therapy for Severe Disorders
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March 2019 CBT Update
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Neuroscience of Cognitive Therapy for Depression
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Values Can Be an Antidote to Suicide
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Meanings, Motivation & Affect
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What is Recovery-Oriented Cognitive Therapy (CT-R)?
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February 2019 CBT Update
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Stepping Through the Curiosity Door: Engaging Young Patients Through Fun Experiential CBT Procedures
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Non-Suicidal Self-Harm: Conceptualization and a Clinical Intervention
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Clinical Measures in CBT – A Hassle or a Help?
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Positive Psychology News
Be a Project Motivator
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Thriving Women, Thriving World
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Building Character with a 30-Day Practice (Book Review)
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Not a Partnership (Book Review)
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The Positive Psychology Movie Awards for 2018
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Conversations Worth Having (Book Review)
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Emotional Intelligence Masterclass (Sponsored)
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Nature and Spirit
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Mud and Dreams (Book Review)
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The Primary and Secondary Behaviour Cookbooks (Book Review)
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Paradoxical Decisions: Apply Self-Humor, Improvisation, and Affirmation
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Ed Diener Interview: Benefits, Policies, and Interventions
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Ed Diener Interview: Whose Responsibility is Happiness?
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When is the Truth a Lie?
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Nature and Purpose, Part 2
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Nature and Purpose, Part 1
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PPN Bites: “Why should we anticipate our own happiness?” by Carin Rockind (Episode 20)
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PPN Bites: “Why should we accept acceptance?” by Carin Rockind (Episode 19)
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Wisdom @ Work (Book Review)
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PPN Bites: “Is there a more beneficial approach for Alzheimer’s caregivers?” by Carin Rockind (Episode 18)
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The Energy Project

Success Consciousness Blog
7 Positive Thinking Books You Should Read
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The Necessary Skills for Success in Tomorrow’s Workplace
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5 Unexpected Health Benefits of Love and Marriage
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Useful Tips and Advice when Visiting Venice, Italy
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6 Signs You Are in a Toxic Relationship and What to Do About It
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Tips to Tackle Travel Stress and Anxiety
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Letting Go and Moving on Quotes that Motivate and Inspire
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How to Live within an Inner Meditation Retreat
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Navigating Your Way and Finding Directions
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Overthinking Quotes to Help Stop too Much Thinking
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6 Tips to Stay Calm During College Applications
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5 Tips for Increasing the Attention Span
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How to Stop Thinking and Calm Your Mind
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7 Ways to Avoid Making Bad Decisions in Life
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Let Tarot Cards Positively Empower You
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4 Inspiring Body Transformation Stories to Help Motivate Your Health Kick
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Music and Happiness: Why Music Is a Major Key to Happiness
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Understanding the Standard American Diet: Pros, Cons & More
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7 English Learning Tools for Better Writing Papers
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Positive Affirmations Can Change Your Life
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Neuromarketing
FRICTION: The Movie
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Decoy Marketing
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What can persuasion science tell you about the effect of your messages on the brain?
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The Psychology of Beer (and Wine, too)
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Introducing #FrictionHunter, Your Chance to Expose Bad UX & CX!
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AdAge: Neuromarketing More Than Snake Oil
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Does Starbucks Make You Smarter?
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Nonprofits: New Study Reveals Fundraising Risk
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What Marketers Can Learn From A Ketchup Bottle
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Neuromarketing Books: The Ultimate Reading List
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How to Use the Ben Franklin Effect to Increase Loyalty
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Can Caffeine’s Brain Boost Help Ad Recall?
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Study: Winner Declared in Audio vs. Video for Emotion
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How to Use Framing to Sell More Warranties and Service Contracts
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A Nudge From The World’s Most Famous Prison
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How to Get More Google Reviews using Neuroscience
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Persuasive Tactics To Close Your Next Deal
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F-Pattern: A Secret Weapon To Boost Website Conversions
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How a Strange Fact About Eyeballs Could Change Your Whole Marketing Plan
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The Surprising Way to Boost Your Optimism
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5 Health Benefits of Daily Meditation According to Science
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40+ Benefits of Self-Control and Self-Discipline
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21 ACT Worksheets and Ways to Apply Acceptance & Commitment Therapy
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Top 11 Benefits of Self-Awareness According to Science
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14 Health Benefits of Practicing Gratitude According to Science
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The Benefits of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Anxiety and Depression
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CBT for Children: 14 Ways Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Can Benefit Kids
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The Importance, Benefits, and Value of Goal Setting
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20 Reasons Why Compassion Is So Important in Psychology
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7 Strength Finding Tests and Questionnaires You Can Do Today
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7 Interesting Science-Based Benefits of Psychotherapy
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15 Most Interesting Self-Compassion Research Findings
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6 Benefits of Happiness According to the Research
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Mindfulness Coaching Using The Mindfulness X Program
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The 20 Best Books on Appreciative Inquiry
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Positive Psychology in 100 Words
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What is Positive Organizational Psychology? (Applied Positive Psychology Series)
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How to Set and Achieve Life Goals The Right Way
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The 5 Character Strengths of Wisdom in Positive Psychology
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The History and Origin of Meditation
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Brain Blogger
What’s Personality Got To Do With Us? A Lot
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The “Dark Beast” Behind Combat Trauma—a Clinician’s View
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The Brain of an Introvert
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Human and Bat Echolocation in the Brain Vs Vision
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The Brain and Genetics in Addictive Behavior
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Glioblastoma Treatment: New Promising Developments
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Friendship Bench—A Model for Accessible Mental Health Care
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Virtual Reality for Reducing Pain
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Is Social Media the Bad Guy? Redefining Beauty in a Digital World
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How the Brain Perceives Colors?
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Mental Health is Not Just the Absence of Mental Illness
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VIDEO: How Facebook Preys on Our Mental Health
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Skype, text or Facebook? Using technology to get most out of your long-distance relationship
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Asperger’s Syndrome: Hallmark of Genius, or Just Another Form of Autism?
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The 5 Second Rule: Task Initiation
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Are Dyslexics More Entrepreneurial?
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How Weather Influences the Brain?
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Does Depression Accelerate Aging?
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How Self-Compassion Can Fight Perfectionism
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How Misreading Bodily Signals Causes Anxiety
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SharpBrains
July 9th in Toronto, Canada: Latest research findings on Neuroplasticity, Brain Connectivity and Neuropsychological Measures
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AARP: A majority of Americans believe dietary supplements improve brain health, despite the lack of evidence
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New study reinforces the importance of walking through forests for mental and general health
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Next: Monitoring the body’s electrical signalling to enhance brain health
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Fun brain teaser for the weekend: What do you see?
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Study: Few wearable neurotechnologies have been directly tested by high-quality, peer-reviewed research
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Trend: Consumers spend significantly more on digital brain health and neurotechnology apps
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Six DARPA-funded research teams aim at revolutionizing noninvasive brain-machine interfaces
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Why we need to extend our mental lifespans to match our physical ones
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10 Highlights from the 2019 SharpBrains Virtual Summit to shape the Future of Brain & Mental Health
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FDA clears Trigeminal nerve stimulation (TNS) as ADHD treatment
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Sana Health wins the 2019 Brainnovations Pitch Contest
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Day 2 @ 2019 SharpBrains Virtual Summit is about to start
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The 2019 SharpBrains Virtual Summit: The Future of Brain Health has started!
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Finalists named to take part in the Brainnovations Pitch Contest next week
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Five Essential Guidelines to Improve Brain Health for All
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Final 24 Hours for Brain Health Start-ups to Submit Pitches @ 2019 SharpBrains Virtual Summit
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Thank You, brain health pioneers & Summit Sponsors!
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Let’s discuss how to Outsmart Smart Technology to Reclaim our Health and Focus
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Have a good Good Friday & Passover & egg hunt!
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Mind Hacks
The Choice Engine
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After the methods crisis, the theory crisis
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Open Science Essentials: Preprints
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Believing everyone else is wrong is a danger sign
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Review: John Bargh’s “Before You Know It”
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Did the Victorians have faster reactions?
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A graph that is made by perceiving it
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spaced repetition & Darwin’s golden rule
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How To Become A Centaur
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Debating Sex Differences: Talk transcript
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Open Science Essentials: Reproducibility
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The backfire effect is elusive
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The Human Advantage
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Scientific Credibility and The Kardashian Index
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Conspiracy theories as maladaptive coping
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Cyberselves: How Immersive Technologies Will Impact Our Future Selves
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Blog – SACAP
A low-cost counselling service opens in Woodstock
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Executive coaching: Is this career for you? Here’s what you need to know
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Executive coaching: Is this career for you? Here’s what you need to know
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The life coaching courses you can study at SACAP
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Career guidance courses: What you’ll learn, and why it’s valuable
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What makes a good relationship last?
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Why critical thinking is a 21st-century essential
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The future of business, and how coaching can help entrepreneurs adapt
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Should you switch to a degree in psychology? Take this 5-step test
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Yoga may be an effective treatment option for patients with Parkinson disease, suggests a new randomized clinical trial in JAMA Neurology, which found an 8-week mindfulness yoga program improved motor dysfunction and mobility while also reducing anxiety and depressive symptoms.

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Memories are stronger when the original experiences are accompanied by unpleasant odors, finds a new study, which points to how negative experiences influence our ability to recall past events. The odors tested in the study included scents such as rotting fish and manure.

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A Core Subgroup of Believers Don’t Just Think Learning Styles Are Real, But Also Inherited And Hard-Wired In The Brain - "The 'learning style' myth – the idea that we each have a preferred modality for learning, usually described as visual, auditory or kinaesthetic – just won’t die."

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Information is like snacks, money, and drugs to your brain, suggests a new brain scan study, which found that information acts on the brain’s dopamine-producing reward system in the same way as money or food, which may be why some people over-consume information and are susceptible to clickbait.

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Five- and six-year-old boys and girls who are inattentive in kindergarten are more likely to report lower incomes when they reach 33 to 35 years of age, finds a new study (n=2,850). However, the most "pro-social" boys (those who help others) are headed for careers that pay more than the average.

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For the Birds: From Exploitation to Liberation

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The Brain of a Radical

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New research on stress during pregnancy and mental disorders in children

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Anybody Can Serve

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New research shows that only a small percentage (12.5%) of the general population are open to dating transgender/non-binary individuals

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Solo Sex

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Do Tests Stress Out Your Child?

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A Stab to the Heart: Mothering Middle Schoolers

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Thinking About Their Multiple Identities Boosts Children’s Creativity And Problem-Solving Skills

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Dr. Dennis McKenna Talking About Psychedelic Drugs As Mainstream Medicines of The Future

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Memories form 'barrier' to letting go of objects for people who hoard - "Researchers hope that the findings could help develop new ways to train people with hoarding difficulties to discard clutter."

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A New Université de Montréal Study Has Found That Inattentive Children Earn Less Money

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Motherhood can help deliver body image boost - "New research indicates that perfectionism is related to breast size dissatisfaction, but only in non-mothers -- suggesting that mothers are more comfortable with their bodies."

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Spite: What We Do for the Sweet Sake of Revenge

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Why Young People Are So Anxious and Depressed

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Understanding Gaming Disorder: A New Diagnosis

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Are You Mean?

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Stigma Surrounding Mental Illness

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Cat Lessons.

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The Best Way To Shed Belly Fat

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LGBT Health Is Inseparable from LGBT Rights

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Thinking About Their Multiple Identities Boosts Children’s Creativity And Problem-Solving Skills

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The Stigma of Therapy Is Multi-Layered for People of Colour

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The Financial Burden That Comes With Seeking Therapy

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Reflecting On Their Various Social Identities Boosts Children’s Creativity And Flexible Thinking

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13 Ways People of Color Respond to Racism

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Working with Your Romantic Partner

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Are Scientists Biased Against Women Scientists? Part II

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Study identifies 28 as the age most people reach "musical paralysis", or the moment we stop seeking new or unfamiliar music to listen to

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Really neat breakdown of components of an emotion & how to regulate your negative emotions

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Working Even Just A Few Hours A Week Boosts Mental And Emotional Health - "An innovative new study suggests that the benefits of employment should be shared widely, even in a future where jobs are scarce."

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Feeling Constantly Criticized

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Emotion Families

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Youth suicide rate reaches 20-year high in U.S., finds a new study. Suicides among teens have especially spiked, with an annual percentage change of 10 percent between 2014 and 2017 for 15- to 19-year-olds, with increases in social media use, anxiety, depression, and self-inflicted injuries.

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Lab Findings Hint that BP Med Could Impact Alzheimer’s

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Distraction and Other Stealth Forms of Stress

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Should You Take Your Own Advice?

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It’s Not You, It’s Your Unconscious

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The Complicated Calibration of Love

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Perhaps, nothing really has intrinsic value. Not even life itself. It's mostly about society and us convincing ourselves in the value of something.

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Coping with Work Stress

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When Heartbreak Strikes, Be a Happy Adapter

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Study suggests that expressive eyebrows in dogs may be a result of an unconscious human preference that influenced selection during domestication. This would give dogs that move their eyebrows more a selection advantage over others and reinforce the 'puppy dog eyes' trait for future generations.

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Heavy Cannabis Users Tend to Have One Gene in Common

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The Stress Equation: Only Two Ways to Manage Stress

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Using These Words Can Indicate Depression (M)

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How My Struggles With Depression Fueled Me to Help Others

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A Concise Dictionary of Dog Barks

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The Facial Sign Of Vitamin B12 Deficiency

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Antidepressants can reduce the empathic empathy - "Novel insights show that antidepressant treatment can lead to impaired empathy regarding perception of pain, and not just the state of depression itself."

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Old Town Road: A Story of Black Life and Allyship in America

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Rebellion and Defiance in Adolescents

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Borderline Personality's Waxing and Waning Through Life

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Gut microbes of a 2.5-month-old infant are associated with temperament traits at six months of age. Greater diversity in gut bacteria is connected to lesser negative emotionality and fear reactivity, which can also affect depression risk later in life.

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Does Your State Have a High Prevalence of Psychopaths? - "A study recently published in the scientific journal Heliyon sought to answer this intriguing question. It did so by analyzing the Big Five personality pattern of a psychopath across all 48 states in the contiguous U.S..."

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The Link Between Your Teen's Mental Health and Soda

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Contact Is the Best Way to Beat Stigma

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