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The sayings "variety is the spice of life" and "happiness isn't getting what you want, but wanting what you get" seem to have a psychological basis, according to a new study by a psychologist who iden...
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A psychology professor's research indicates that public school teachers under-challenge minority students by providing them more positive feedback than they give to white students, for work of equal m...
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The previously unseen notes of an army psychiatrist reveal how the British tried to get inside the mind of Hitler's deputy, Rudolf Hess.
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Neuropsikologi bakal jadi masa depan psikologi. Anda berminat? :)
 
How Brain Networks Influence Eating Disorders http://goo.gl/eZKJ1

New research to better understand and treat eating disorders has determined that the brains of people with anorexia and obesity are wired differently.

In the studies, neuroscientists discovered a variety of brain activity across a spectrum of eating behaviors — from extreme overeating to food deprivation. This variation in neurological response influences both the development of an eating disorder and the way in which we respond to a weight loss program.

Eating disorders have the highest mortality rate of any mental illness. Currently, more than two-thirds of the U.S. population are overweight or obese — a health factor associated with cardiovascular issues, diabetes, and cancer.

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SPECIAL SECTION ANNOUNCEMENT—Check out the latest issue of Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology for a special section “Ethics in Operational Psychology,” a contribution to the discussion on psychologists’ role in  #nationalsecurity . In the section’s lead article, “Psychology Under Fire: Adversarial Operational Psychology and Psychological Ethics,” authors Jean Maria Arrigo, Roy Eidelson, and Ray Bennett distinguish between two kinds of operational psychology—adversarial  #operationalpsychology (AOP) and collaborative operational psychology (COP). They offer a three-factor framework for differentiating the two and assert that AOP “is largely unsupported by the American Psychological Association Ethics Code, that its potential benefits are exceeded by the likelihood of irreversible harms, and that its  #military necessity is undemonstrated.” Two commentaries by military intelligence professionals, Lawrence Rockwood and Steven Kleinman, follow. See http://on.apa.org/X4IFGB.
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Scientists Show How a Gene Duplication Helped Our Brains Become 'Human' http://goo.gl/ZBg1S

A team led by scientists at The Scripps Research Institute has shown that an extra copy of a brain-development gene, which appeared in our ancestors' genomes about 2.4 million years ago, allowed maturing neurons to migrate farther and develop more connections.

What genetic changes account for the vast behavioral differences between humans and other primates? Researchers so far have catalogued only a few, but now it seems that they can add a big one to the list. A team led by scientists at The Scripps Research Institute has shown that an extra copy of a brain-development gene, which appeared in our ancestors' genomes about 2.4 million years ago, allowed maturing neurons to migrate farther and develop more connections.

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Looks about right to me, but not sure of the scientific credentials of this illustration.
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Buat rekan-rekan yang tertarik dengan topik "gosip" :)
 
The Psychology of Gossip

Research findings by Matthew Feinberg, Dacher Keltner and Jennifer Stellar - psychologists at the University of California, Berkeley - suggest that there are positive aspects to rumor-mongering which include helping us police bad behavior, preventing exploitation and lowering stress.

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http://newscenter.berkeley.edu/2012/01/17/gossip/

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