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SPECIAL ALERT: Recently, word has been going around that I wore my hair in a man bun. This is absolutely true. However, it was for the purposes of keeping my hair out of a spinning chainsaw. An Echo CS590. So go fuck yourselves.

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
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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
Aging in America: Remembering the Importance of Seniority
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Shame Works to Control Kids…and That’s a Problem.
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Compassion for America in a Time of Violence
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Don't Ever Talk to Me Again
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Why Victims of Sexual Trauma Feel Alone and Isolated
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The Toll of Pathological Narcissism on Loved Ones
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Foods that Have Antidepressant Effects
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"Luce" Is Not What You Think It Is
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Bouncing Back from Adversity
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Just a Number
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How Long Does Parent-Child Estrangement Usually Last?
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What Is Mental Illness and Who Has It ?
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The Pain and Challenge of Witnessing
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Around the World, Marriage Is Declining, Singles Are Rising
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Scary News Can Be Stressful and Surprisingly Fatiguing
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Psychologists Still Don't Know What Effort Is
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Why Paying-It-Forward Is Good for You and Your Neighbor
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4 Ways to Help Your Partner Cope with Stress
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Are Mass Shootings Becoming More Common?
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Why Is Psychology Hard?
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Psych Central News
Bullying Linked To More Suicide Attempts By Young Adolescents
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New Tech Methods to Combat Online Domestic Abuse
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Marijuana Can Boost Risks of Drinking Alcohol
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Mental Health Intervention Reduces Burnout, Stress in Trauma Social Workers
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Frailty Called a Medical Condition, Not an Inevitable Result of Aging
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Black Students Receive Fewer Behavior Warnings From Teachers
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Study Finds Cheating for Monetary Gain is a Character Trait
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Virtual Reality Body Swapping an Effective Tool for Talking Through Issues
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Veterans With Traumatic Brain Injury More Than Twice as Likely to Die by Suicide
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Study: Preschool Story Time Should Involve Complex Questions
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When The Going Gets Tough, It May Pay To Be Anxious
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Matching Cognition to Job Demands Seen As Vital for Older Workers
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Intensive Blood Pressure Control Tied to Healthier Brain
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Food Insecurity Common Among US College Students
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Behavioral Approach Can Prevent Childhood Accidents
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Older Adults Not Easily Swayed by Emotions, Negative Info
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How Partisan News Can Impact Political Beliefs
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Is There An Upside to Stress and Anxiety?
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Regular Exercise May Avert Physical Markers For Those at Risk for Alzehimer’s
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Depression Symptoms, Protein Buildup in Brain Tied to Later Cognitive Decline
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Psychology
The Damaging Effects Pornography Can Have on the Male Brain
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Having kids makes you happier, but only when they move out, according to a new study, which suggests that parents are happier than non-parents later in life, when their children move out and become sources of social enjoyment rather than stress (n=55,000).
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I spent 4 years researching and writing a book applying psychology and philosophy to religion
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How does prior knowledge change what we perceive? A new paper on “the perceptual prediction paradox” 🧠
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Mindful Musings | The Lightness Of Being [Present]
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'Let’s Buy Greenland!' – Some Lessons for Making Good Decisions (and Avoiding the Bad) | Psychreg
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Social media, but not video games, linked to depression in teens, according to Montreal study
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Psychology's Identity Introduction
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Large meta-analysis adds more evidence that even a single major depressive episode can have long-lasting cognitive effects even after it ends, including deficits in selective attention, working memory, and long-term memory.
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The Damaging Effects Pornography Can Have on the Male Brain
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Psilocybin-assisted mindfulness meditation linked to brain connectivity changes and persisting positive effects, suggests a new randomized, double-blind brain scan study. Psilocybin-induced changes in brain connectivity predicted positive changes in attitudes about life, social behavior, and mood.
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Neuroscience research uncovers a new type of emotional intelligence.
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Awesome Theory of Mind video! Please Like on YouTube if you like it (it is for a competition)
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A new study casts doubts on the concept of "active" procrastination, which is a type of procrastination that is supposed to lead to positive outcomes. Its findings suggest that this concept is flawed, and that this form of procrastination generally leads people to experience negative outcomes.
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Certain types of social media activity link social media use and depression. Factors like poor sleep, cyberbullying, passive scrolling, neurotic traits, loneliness, and social comparison also link the two. Activities like entertainment, nurturing relationships, task updates, can improve well-being
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What’s up with flags? Or why do we put symbols on sticks?
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Researchers have identified a pattern of electrical brain activity that predicts shyness in children. The findings provides new information about the neurobiological foundations of shyness, and suggest that biological correlates of fear processing may be related to shyness in early childhood.
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Discussion around open science, preregistration, the value of writing, and how to improve science
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What makes a person creepy? Psychologist explains top 14 characteristics of creepy people
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People who use more emojis may have more sex and get more dates, suggesting that emoji users may be better at making social connections, according to new research with 5,327 single Americans and a second replication study with 275 adults.
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Psychology of Eating
A Heartfelt Approach to Functional Nutrition Interview with Andrea Nakayama
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Powerful Topics in Medicine Interview with Sayer Ji
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Brain Health, Food and the Gut Interview with Marc David and Dr. David Perlmutter
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The Future of Nutrition Interview with Dr. Mark Hyman
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Wisdom from a Functional Nutrition Dietician Interview with Kathie Swift
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Clinical Hypnosis, Mind Body Science and Eating Interview with Dr. Steven Gurgevich
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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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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 Herb That Reduces Stomach Bloating
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This Familiar Drink Increases Weight Loss 100%
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The Parenting Style That Prevents ADHD (M)
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The Visual Test That Diagnoses Autism (M)
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This Simple Exercise Triples Weight Loss
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This Delicious Food Reduces Cholesterol
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Why Mental Illness Shortens Lifespan By 18 Years (M)
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The Most Surprising Weight Loss Technique
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2 Simple Signs Of Omega-3 Deficiency
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The Mental Technique That Reduces Belly Fat
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Lower Blood Pressure Halves Risk Of This Brain Disease (M)
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Digital Detox: This Is How It Feels (M)
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The Personality Trait Linked To A Healthy Brain
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The Diet That Reduces Stomach Bloating
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The Best Way To Boost Learning And Memory (M)
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The Most Annoying Barrier To Weight Loss
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This Vegetable Lowers Cholesterol And Is Heart-Healthy
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This Common Drink Spoils Your Sleep (M)
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Increase Your IQ 10% At The Touch Of A Dial
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One Mental Sign Of Vitamin B12 Deficiency
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BPS Research Digest
Metaphors Matter: Seeing Our Achievements As “Completing A Journey” Helps Maintain Success
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Hawaiian Tweeters Displayed Heightened Anxiety For Days After False Missile Alert
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“Lack Of Scientific Proof” That Microdosing Psychedelic Drugs Improves Wellbeing Or Creativity
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Teens Who Struggle To Differentiate Their Negative Emotions Are More Prone To Stress-Induced Depression
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Episode 17: How To Make Running Less Painful And More Fun
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We’re seeking a writer to join our team!
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This Diary Study Suggests It’s Probably Not A Good Idea To Use Cannabis To Help You Sleep
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Polyamory Offers A “Unique Opportunity” To Enjoy Prolonged Passion And Closeness In Romantic Relationships
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The Way Children Draw Human Figures Has Changed Since The 1970s, Reflecting Modern Society’s Attitudes To Gender – German Study
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Distinct From IQ Or Working Memory, “Implicit Learning Ability” Is An Important, Stable Trait That Varies Between Individuals
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Researchers Conducted Six Studies To Investigate How Best To Challenge Science Deniers
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How A Mother’s Odour Helps Her Baby Develop A Sensitivity To Faces
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The Human Impact Of Having Too Few Nurses
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Five Unusual, Evidence-Based Ways To Get Better At A New Language
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The “Recency Effect” Is Especially Pronounced In Children – An Important Finding For Researchers And Parents
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Preliminary Evidence That Stress Makes Negative Memories Less Distinctive, With Implications For Witness Testimony
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Higher Intelligence And An Analytical Thinking Style Offer No Protection Against “The Illusory Truth Effect” – Our Tendency To Believe Repeated Claims Are True
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Psychologists Have Identified The Creatures We Find Most Scary And Revolting
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A Key Brain Difference Between Voice-Hearing Patients And Voice-Hearing Healthy Controls Challenges The “Continuum Model”
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Decades-Long Surveys Suggest The “Deleterious Effects of Smoking May Extend to Detrimental Personality Changes”
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Beck Institute
Announcing the Beck Institute International Advisory Committee
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Discussing Beck CBT Certification with Dr. Judith Beck
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CBT for a Case of Mixed Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Inflammatory Bowel Disease
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April 2019 CBT Update
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Responding to Stressors and Building Resilience in Individuals with Schizophrenia
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May 2019 CBT Update
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Why Beck CBT Certification?
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June 2019 CBT Update
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Who is Beck CBT Certification For?
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Encouraging Courage: Helping Parents Raise Brave Kids
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Banishing Unicorns, Rainbows, and Glitter from Self-Talk in CBT with Kids
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The Importance of the Essentials of CBT
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Banishing Unicorns, Rainbows, and Glitter from Self-Talk in CBT with Kids
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June 2019 CBT Update
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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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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
How to Stop Focusing on Fearful Thoughts in 7 Steps
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Why Is Focusing the Attention So Important in Everyone Life?
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How to Get Guidance on Your Road to Self-Improvement
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How Apple Technology Contribute to Education
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Self-Discipline Means Telling Yourself What to Do and Doing It
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How to Stop Feeling Sorry for Yourself
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What Is the Law of Attraction – How to Make It Work?
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How I Made Myself Better at Communicating
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11 Relationship Goals that Will Make Your Love Stronger
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Quotes about Change to Help You Cope with It
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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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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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What is Positive Gossip? + 7 Examples
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The Top 20 Life Coaching Books You Should Read
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What is Emotion Regulation? + 6 Emotional Skills and Strategies
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Why is Forgiveness Important?
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#4 PositivePsychology.com Podcast – Exploring Humility & What It Means To Be Humble
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The 3 Best Questionnaires for Measuring Values
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4 Scales to Measure Satisfaction with Life (SWLS)
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What is Positive CBT? A Look at Positive Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
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What is Loving-Kindness Meditation? (Incl. 4 Scripts)
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#3 PositivePsychology.com Podcast – How Positive Psychology Can Be Dangerous
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21 Best Goal Setting Books to Read
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Using the Cognitive Emotion Regulation Questionnaire
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What is Compassion Meditation? (+ Mantras and Scripts)
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What is Forgiveness and What Are the Benefits?
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12 Tips for Coaching Kids: Learn How to Coach Children for Life
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What is Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)?
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#2 PositivePsychology.com Podcast – Passion, Work, and Money
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30 Proven Benefits of Life Coaching & Mentoring
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ACT Therapy: The Theory Behind Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
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58 Science-Based Mindful Eating Exercises and Tips
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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
Study finds psychiatric diagnoses to be ‘scientifically meaningless’
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Can digital Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBTi) become the universal first-line treatment for insomnia?
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Positive solitude, Feeling active and Future-mindednes: Three Keys to Well-being
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Top Brainnovations to monitor and improve Brain Health
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Navigating the Brain/ Mind Innovation Landscape
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Navigating the Brain Research Landscape
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Outsmarting Smart Technology to Reclaim our Health and Focus
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How to promote brain health at scale: Examples in the workplace, K12 education and consumer tech
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How to address privacy, ethical and regulatory issues: Examples in cognitive enhancement, depression and ADHD
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How to intervene early to address brain/ mental health problems: Examples in depression, epilepsy and smoking cessation
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How to detect brain health problems early: Examples in Alzheimer’s Disease, Parkinson’s, anxiety and PTSD
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The Future of Brain Health & Wellness as seen by Joy Ventures, Total Brain, Vielight, Arrowsmith, Peak, CABHI and NeurotechX
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Rethinking and Retooling Brain Health and Mental Health
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Harnessing innovative neurotechnologies to provide better urgent care at Banner Health
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Limitless evidenceless trend: The growth of nootropic supplements
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New report: Empowering 8 Billion Minds via Ethical Development and Adoption of Neurotechnologies
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Update: Common anticholinergic meds seen to increase dementia risk
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First, do no harm? Common anticholinergic meds seen to increase dementia risk
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Kindle Countdown Deal para leer este verano (y poner en practica!) un gran libro sobre la salud cerebral y mental
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Kindle Countdown Deal to read over the summer (and apply!) a great book on brain health and brain fitness
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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
The matric subjects needed to study psychology
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9 Careers you can have with a degree in psychology
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Coaching in the workplace helps hone team potential
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What is an industrial psychologist, and how do I become one?
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Grief: Read this if you (or someone you know) lost a loved one
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Coaching in the workplace can be a game changer
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Insomnia treatment: The natural & medical remedies used in 2019
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How Freud’s psychoanalysis theories shaped modern-day psychology
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Mandela Day 2019: The psychology behind compassion
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4 things to consider before making a career change
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7 Skills you need to be a life or business coach
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How to become a clinical psychologist in South Africa
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How to study: 10 expert tips on acing your next exam
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Mentorship and how it can be used to uplift whole communities
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The pros & cons of a career in psychotherapy
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Self-development: 15 Easy ways to grow yourself every day
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4 Reasons why online learning is the best way to study
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A low-cost counselling service opens in Woodstock
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