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Psychology grads: How did you decide what college or university to attend?
Private not-for-profit institutions awarded the most doctorate degrees in 2013.
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How can thinking you were the "favorite child" – whether or not you were – change your behavior later in life?
When children think they're being slighted, it can lead to risky behavior as teenagers, a study finds. Having warm, respectful relationships helps counteract the claim, "You always liked her best!"
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How is it that positive thoughts help reduce pain, yet negative ones have the opposite effect?
Humiliation, fear and unpredictability all turn up the volume on pain, research shows. And meditation can turn down pain's intensity, according to scientists who are starting to figure out why.
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This is how healthy woman are able to go through childbirth without medical intervention with a humbling grace. 
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What can help older adults stay sharp and continue to do things like refill a prescription or look up a phone number?
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How can external factors – such as losing a job – affect your personality?
Unemployment can change peoples’ core personalities, making some less conscientious, agreeable and open, which may make it difficult for them to find new jobs.
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Would you opt to erase a painful or traumatic experience from your memory? Or does having them make you stronger and more resilient?
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What can help set you up for a lasting, happy marriage?
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What other treatment options do people with depression have when medication doesn't work?
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Why is it easier to learn something as opposed to “unlearning” something?
Framing your thoughts positively might be a better way to change your behavior.
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How can just thinking about exercising make it more likely you’ll do it – and enjoy it?
By paying more attention to the experience of exercise itself, even the most reluctant of exercisers might begin to find pleasure in movement.
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Why can a college grad with a good job and a decent income still struggle with mental health issues caused by student loans?
For college students, the pressure of graduating on time, studying for exams and ultimately planning for a career can lead to increased anxiety, stress and even depression. But now, there’s a new item to add to the list: student loans.
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How can talking to someone they're not close to help men struggling with thoughts of suicide?
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Advancing psychological science to promote health, education and human welfare.
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Based in Washington, D.C., the American Psychological Association (APA) is a scientific and professional organization that represents psychology in the United States. With nearly 130,000 members, APA is the largest association of psychologists worldwide.