Using Smarphones Undermine The Enjoyment of Face-to-Face Social ...

Looking at your phone whilst having a meal with friends or family? Be careful. New studies finds that the use of smartphones undermine the enjoyment you attain from face-to-face social interactions.

Nov 24

Categories: Other

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A Strange Childhood Trait Linked To Psychopathy

Some children have a higher risk of developing psychopathy - all with the presence of this very strange trait!

Nov 22

Categories: Adult psychological development

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Calling 911 for Mental Health Emergency: What do you say?

Mental health emergencies are also emergencies, and sometimes they are critical and require immediate intervention. What do you do when someone is at risk of self-harm or even suicidal?

Nov 22

Categories: Other

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Nobody Chooses Change (But We Must)

To successfully direct your life in the way you want it to go, the painful process of change is required. Almost everyone goes through change. We might not necessarily like it, but what has to be done? HAS to be done. Here are 5 tips on how to ...

Nov 21

Categories: Adjusting to Change / Life Transitions

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Athletes with ADHD

Study finds that athletes with ADHD are more likely to choose team sports, and this could result in a higher risk of injury

Nov 20

Categories: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Sports Psychology

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Managing And Recovering From Chronic Stress using Food

Eating well can be challenging when you're stressed out and perhaps coping with any mental health disorder. But guess what...eating nutritious food is EXACTLY what you need.

Nov 20

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Sleep Deprivation Making You Zone Out? Here's Why.

Have you ever thought about why sleep deprivation feels like being drunk without drinking anything? Find out why sleep deprivation leaves people feeling so spaced out.

Nov 20

Categories: Mindfulness

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Treating Depression Effectively With Even Simpler Therapy

With clinical depression so rampant these days, new research explores the idea of using the quicker and cheaper talk therapy as a cure for depression.

Nov 18

Categories: Depression

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A Positive Correlation between ADHD and Autism

New research finds a relationship between ADHD and ASD traits and behavior. 334 participants were taken from a healthy adult population and self-report measures were used assess the respondents.

Nov 17

Categories: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Autism spectrum ...

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A faster and more reliable way to learn?

A state of novelty has proven to be an effective AND efficient way to learn - our brain tells us so!

Nov 17

Categories: Other

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The Paradox of Addiction

The Addiction Paradox Conundrum: Chronic pain management and skyrocketing death rates? People are increasingly becoming addicted to opiates, marking dangerous times ahead. New approaches to this addiction are needed. Pronto.

Nov 16

Categories: Addictions, Chronic Pain, Drug Addiction

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The legacy of grief: Coping with loss

Author C.S. Lewis wrote about the death of his wife: "Her absence is like the sky, spread over everything." The very self can be swallowed by the void that sets in when a loved one dies. How do we cope when the gap left by the absence of a partner, ...

Nov 16

Categories: Grief, Loss, Bereavement

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Very Intelligent People Actually Make Less Effective Leaders

Super smart leaders suffering from too much of a good thing? New research investigates the curvilinear effect of intelligence on perceived leadership behaviour and finds evidence showing that too much intelligence harms leadership effectiveness.

Nov 15

Categories: Workplace Issues

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The Problem With IQ

When a single number is used to determine future actions, such as placement in a school or organization, the concept of IQ is at its worst! What exactly is an IQ score, and what should it not be?

Nov 13

Categories: Other

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Kids Need to Eat Dirt and Get Dirty

Scientists recommend letting your child get dirty: According to their research, being out in the wild can improve a child’s physical and mental resilience. Dirt makes us psychologically strong!

Nov 10

Categories: Child Development, Stress Management

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