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Argue Away | Psychology Today

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Confrontation is key for healthy relationships. Learn the best way to bicker.
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Apparently the Cooking Profession Is Full of Psychopaths - Eater National (blog)

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Apparently the Cooking Profession Is Full of Psychopaths
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Addictive Families | Psychology Today

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This is the beginning of a 4 part series. It begins with a poignant story of a young boy who is learning how not to openly talk about what is happening in his life that is so painful, how to shut down his feelings and how not to ...
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Childhood trauma spurs heart disease

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The effect of trauma in infancy and early childhood can saddle one with mental disorders and heart disease later in life, says a new human and animal research. Documenting the impact of early...
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How 'normal' prion proteins in the brain actually aid learning and ...

How 'normal' prion proteins in the brain actually aid learning and ... | Psychology Today | Scoop.it
Fluorescence images of primary hippocampal neurons showing the distribution of normal prion proteins in untreated (left) and with small interfering RNA.
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Can a Free Market in Healthcare Work? | Psychology Today

Can a Free Market in Healthcare Work? | Psychology Today | Psychology Today | Scoop.it
Yes, and they work well if third-party payers don't get in the way. By John C. Goodman, Ph.D....
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Is Polyamory Bad for the Children? | Psychology Today

Is Polyamory Bad for the Children? | Psychology Today | Psychology Today | Scoop.it
What does it mean for the kids if their parents are polyamorous – meaning that they engage in “multiple loving relationships or partnerships (as opposed to purely sexual relationships)”? That's the question I'll address in this ...
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Addictive Families | Psychology Today

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This is the beginning of a 4 part series. It begins with a poignant story of a young boy who is learning how not to openly talk about what is happening in his life that is so painful, how to shut down his feelings and how not to ...
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What Is the Science of Happiness? - Huffington Post

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What Is the Science of Happiness?
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The phrase "the science of happiness" refers to a new field of social science called positive psychology.
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Did You Know It All Along?: The Psychology of Hindsight Bias - Huffington Post

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Did You Know It All Along?: The Psychology of Hindsight BiasHuffington PostWho will win the presidency in 2012? Will it be Obama or Romney? It's mid October 2012, and no one can say.
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The Brain Remains an Evolutionary Mystery - Evolution News & Views

The Brain Remains an Evolutionary Mystery - Evolution News & Views | Psychology Today | Scoop.it
Meanwhile, a report in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences suggests that brain-to-body ratio may not be a marker of greater intelligence after all, because brain size and body size may be subject to different ...
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More Evidence Linking Creativity, Mental Illness - Health News and ...

More Evidence Linking Creativity, Mental Illness - Health News and ... | Psychology Today | Scoop.it
A large new study adds to evidence linking creativity and mental illness. The findings also suggest that to safeguard the positive traits associated with mental illness, new approaches to treatment might be considered, the ...
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