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Binaural beats are an auditory illusion in the brain, created when two tones of different frequency are presented to different ears. Depending on the frequency of the binaural beat, different brainwave states are said to be induced, or ‘entrained’. When…

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Fish oil is taken from oily fish such as Mackerel, Herring and Salmon. The supposed benefits of taking this oil in supplement form are numerous, and it is becoming increasingly popular with people attempting to improve their health and vitality. In fact,…

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For those who don’t have a clear understanding of the role that vitamins and minerals play in our everyday health, it’s easy to misunderstand the importance of these essential nutrients, and often b12 is one of the most misunderstood. So when we set out…

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How can language distort the effects of memory in eye witness testimony? One vitally important issue in psychology is memory. How do we remember? How can we improve our memory? What affects our ability to recall information? How reliable is eyewitness…

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Anxiety is not something to be taken lightly and anyone with a close friend or relative suffering from anxiety would know just how difficult it can be to reach out and make a difference, but we’re here to help with some of the best gifts for people with…

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When people infer causes about events or behaviours order to make sense of them, they are said to be making ‘attributions’. In psychological research, attributions can be classified according to a two-dimensional model: internal vs. external and stable…

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When we forget, we can say that one of two things has happened – that either a memory has vanished, or that it cannot be retrieved. Just as there are models that attempt to describe how memories are formed, there are models that attempt to describe how…

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It’s great when children develop a love of books at a young age, and book choice is always important in developing that love. Give them something boring to read and they’ll quickly lose interest. But science books specifically written for kids are a…

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In this age of technology, fewer people tend to read actual books and opt instead for e-books and other digital mediums. With all the e-book reader apps floating around the internet, you can simply download a file and start reading your favourite story or…
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