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Suicidal at 4: Young and mentally ill

Suicidal at 4: Young and mentally ill | PsychologyWASH | Scoop.it
Gianni Cristini is only 10, but his mental illness is a struggle for his family.
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First Major League Baseball player diagnosed with CTE

First Major League Baseball player diagnosed with CTE | PsychologyWASH | Scoop.it
Ryan Freel, who committed suicide a year ago, is found to have had CTE, the first baseball player diagnosed with the brain disease.
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Serial killer Joseph Paul Franklin prepares to die

Serial killer Joseph Paul Franklin prepares to die | PsychologyWASH | Scoop.it
Joseph Paul Franklin is unblinking and empty as he talks about his victims.
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6 Psychological Triggers that Win Sales and Influence Customers – Shopify

6 Psychological Triggers that Win Sales and Influence Customers – Shopify | PsychologyWASH | Scoop.it
A blog about ecommerce marketing, running an online business and updates to Shopify's ecommerce community.
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Psychology for Marketers: 9 Revealing Principles of Human Behavior

Psychology for Marketers: 9 Revealing Principles of Human Behavior | PsychologyWASH | Scoop.it
Brush up on these 9 psychology principles to help improve the effectiveness of your marketing.
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Preserving Mental Health During Unemployment

Preserving Mental Health During Unemployment | PsychologyWASH | Scoop.it
How to stay grounded when your job is spirited away
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Labelling the Obvious

Labelling the Obvious | PsychologyWASH | Scoop.it
When you think about it, hundreds of objects we encounter every day have an inherent meaning. There is an entire field of study devoted to studying these signs, yet there are still misinterpretatio...
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The-loyalty-lie

The-loyalty-lie | PsychologyWASH | Scoop.it
Loyalty is an increasingly fleeting thing. In fact, the average Gen Y mother now defines "brand loyalty" as a window of allegiance lasting 6-12 months before she moves on to explore alternatives.
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Positive Psychology for Peak Performance - The Sport In Mind – Sport Psychology

Positive Psychology for Peak Performance - The Sport In Mind – Sport Psychology | PsychologyWASH | Scoop.it
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Brands can exploit pop lyrics: News from warc.com

Brands can exploit pop lyrics: News from warc.com | PsychologyWASH | Scoop.it

"Luxury brands should take advantage of unsolicited name-checks in popular songs, by promoting the song through their social pages or finding a way to work with the artist in the future, industry figures have suggested..."

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Can a 10-minute nap do more good than snoozing for an hour? Field Guide to the Perfect Nap

Can a 10-minute nap do more good than snoozing for an hour? Field Guide to the Perfect Nap | PsychologyWASH | Scoop.it
Why you wake up groggy from dozing sometimes and energized other times—comparing naps of 10, 60 and 90 minutes.

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Margarita Tarragona's curator insight, September 3, 2013 5:45 PM

Dormir una siesta puede tener grandes beneficios.

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Psychologist uses yoga to combat obesity and PTSD - NorthJersey.com

Psychologist uses yoga to combat obesity and PTSD - NorthJersey.com | PsychologyWASH | Scoop.it
A quick perusal of the Internet under scientific studies on yoga includes articles from such notable institutions as the Mayo Clinic and Harvard University.
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‘Nobody Liked My Selfie and Now the Country Is Going to Hell’ | TIME.com

‘Nobody Liked My Selfie and Now the Country Is Going to Hell’ | TIME.com | PsychologyWASH | Scoop.it
Young Thais not receiving enough positive feedback for their selfies spell trouble ahead for the Southeast Asian nation, claims Thailand's Department of Mental Health
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'My son is mentally ill,' so listen up

'My son is mentally ill,' so listen up | PsychologyWASH | Scoop.it
He is 14 and hears voices. He's been hospitalized more than 20 times. Stephanie Escamilla is tired of seeing the country focus on the mentally ill only when there's a national tragedy. So she -- and her son -- are telling their story.
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Poverty linked to smaller brains, study finds - TODAY.com

Poverty linked to smaller brains, study finds - TODAY.com | PsychologyWASH | Scoop.it
NEW YORK - Children who grow up in poor families may have smaller brains than their more well-off peers, says a new study. But good...
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The new psychology of influence

The new psychology of influence | PsychologyWASH | Scoop.it
It’s one of the toughest questions in politics: How do you get people to change their behavior?
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The Complete Guide To Colour Psychology

The Complete Guide To Colour Psychology | PsychologyWASH | Scoop.it
Discover the complete guide to colour psychology with this infographic on the LuxPad from the team at Amara!
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Combo of social media, behavior psychology leads to HIV testing, better health behaviors / UCLA Newsroom

Combo of social media, behavior psychology leads to HIV testing, better health behaviors / UCLA Newsroom
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» How Healthy Couples Manage Conflict - World of Psychology

» How Healthy Couples Manage Conflict - World of Psychology | PsychologyWASH | Scoop.it
Every couple has conflict. The most common clashes surround money, sex and kids, according to Ashley Davis Bush, LCSW, a psychotherapist who specializes in
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Stark: Josh Hamilton's mysterious decline

Josh Hamilton hasnt just taken a journey from Texas to Anaheim. He has taken a journey from superhero to mere mortal hitter.
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Games + Kids = Brand Loyalty | Research Through Gaming

Games + Kids = Brand Loyalty | Research Through Gaming | PsychologyWASH | Scoop.it
"It’s a no-brainer really; kids love games. Big parts of our childhoods are looked back upon through the lens of some game or another. Playing sports in the backyard, playing ‘It/Tag’ around the house. Computer games, board games, hide and seek, even role-play games had a goal to them – Pirates looking for treasure, Astronauts fighting aliens – whatever..."

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Declan Sutton's comment, September 9, 2013 9:23 AM
My childhood consisted mainly of gaming, every kid is easily entertained by small things, I was at an early age and lived with that for many years, gaming can be a career, lets see how far it can go. MLG - Major League Gaming, not just childs play.
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Why are humans so generous? The brain science of giving

Why are humans so generous? The brain science of giving | PsychologyWASH | Scoop.it
Contrary to conventional wisdom that humans are essentially selfish, scientists are finding that the brain is built for generosity.

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Más evidencia de que las personas no somos egoístas por naturaleza, al contrario, dar nos da placer.

#felicidad

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Colour psychology and how it affects your health | Consumer Health Products Canada

Colour psychology and how it affects your health | Consumer Health Products Canada | PsychologyWASH | Scoop.it
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What's your type: past-positive, present hedonism or present fatalism?

What's your type: past-positive, present hedonism or present fatalism? | PsychologyWASH | Scoop.it
Instead of dredging up unhappy childhood memories, the Time Perspective Therapy approach suggests that redirecting your focus onto the present and future can make people happier, healthier and lead to better relationships...
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