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Keeping you up-to-date with the latest psychology research
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The research looked at how children's performance on the "Marshmallow Test" of self-control has changed over the last 50 years. By Christian Jarrett

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Part of the explanation for women being easier to read could be that they are more emotionally expressive than men. By Emma Young

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"Public health policy should ... remove recommendations regarding bilingualism as a strategy to delay dementia", the researchers said. By Alex Fradera

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Part of the explanation for women being easier to read could be that they are more emotionally expressive than men. By Emma Young

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Grit is an interesting concept but is unlikely to be the breakthrough that changes society. By Alex Fradera

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The findings support the idea that prenatal exposure to high levels of testosterone may contribute to the development of autism. By Christian Jarrett

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It is mind-wandering about our secrets that most seems to take a toll, rather than the job of concealing them. By Alex Fradera

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The results support the idea that auditory hallucinations develop from ordinary perceptual processes. By Emma Young

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Regardless of whether they have a religious upbringing, young kids seem to believe in cosmic karma – that the world rewards good behaviour. By Christian Jarrett

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It seems a little soul searching of our own is required to better understand the people around us. By Marianne Cezza
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