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Psychology

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  • Bloomsburg University announces winter graduates

    Bloomsburg University announces winter graduates
    Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania recently released its list of Fall/Winter 2013 graduates. Area graduates include: Lehigh County: Derek J. Beisel, Laurys Station, BSBA Business Adminisstration Marketing; Christopher Brogan, Allentown, BSBA...
  • Apodaca: Selfie death knell sounds at Oscars

    When Ellen DeGeneres staged a group selfie with Hollywood stars at the Academy Awards last week, it was widely heralded as a watershed moment. DeGeneres proudly announced that Twitter had momentarily crashed due to a record number of retweets of the...
  • World Sleep Day is meant to be a wake-up call

    World Sleep Day is meant to be a wake-up call
    March 14 has been declared World Sleep Day, a time to recognize and celebrate the value of sleep. Many sleep experts hope it will be a wake-up call. According to a 2013 poll by the National Sleep Foundation, nearly 4 in 5 Americans don't get as much...
  • Dolled up or working, Barbie crushes girls' career dreams, study says

    In a psychology lab at Oregon State University, 37 girls ages 4 to 7 have finally demonstrated what feminists have long warned: that playing with Barbie dolls drives home cultural stereotypes about a woman's place and suppresses a little girl's career...
  • Movie Developing on Psychologist Who Treated 'Silence of the Lambs' Killer (EXCLUSIVE)

    Independent producer Joe Lawless is developing a movie about the psychologist who delved into the mind of serial killer Gary Heidnik -- a real-life inspiration for the Hannibal Lector and Buffalo Bill characters in "Silence of the Lambs." Lawless has...
  • Iglesias, Fernandez, Garrido Set For Spanish Suspenser 'Killers' (EXCLUSIVE)

    MADRID - Maxi Iglesias ("XP3D," "Toledo"), Luis Fernandez ("XP3D," "I Want You") and Aura Garrido ("Stockholm," "The Wishful Thinkers") are attached to star in "Innocent Killers," a murder imbroglio from Seville-based production house Aralan. Shooting...
  • Apodaca: Unlocking the mysteries of memory

    What is memory? Since the first attempts to answer that question emerged in the late 19th century, scientists have made gradual but significant progress toward understanding exactly what memory is and how it works. Among today's leading memory experts,...
  • Sometimes, making a mistake is just being human

    I used to get blamed all the time for stuff Bob Steinback said. To be fair, it wasn't always blame -- sometimes it was credit -- and it went both ways. Sometimes, he had to explain to people that it was not he who had written a certain thing, but me....
  • Olympian mind games the everyday exerciser can play

    Olympian mind games the everyday exerciser can play
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - For everyday athletes hoping to glean more than vague inspiration from watching the elite compete at the Olympic Games in Sochi fitness experts say let the mind games begin. With imaging techniques, meditation and biofeedback, sports...
  • Programs to prevent psychological problems in troops questioned

    Programs to prevent psychological problems in troops questioned
    Many federal programs aimed at preventing psychological problems in military service members and their families have not been evaluated correctly to determine whether they are working and are not supported by science, says a new report commissioned by the...
  • Science refreshes its view of aging

    Science refreshes its view of aging
    How do we stay healthy and mobile into our senior years? How do we stave off dementia? Exercise regularly. Stay mentally active. Nurture rich social connections. Find things you enjoy doing and people you enjoy doing them with, scientists said at the...