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  1. A study in the Journal of Experimental Psychology found that having a little greenery around your office space can not only boost your mood, but also make you more productive. The may also help ease your cold and flu symptoms.

  2. Letter: Of sideshows and presidents

    The Augusta Chronicle1 day ago

    In discussing voter psychology, Aldous Huxley, who wrote Brave New World, said in a May 5, 1958 interview, “A democracy depends on the individual voter making an intelligent and rational ...

  3. EIPS began the Master in Psychology program in 2009. Within a few short years EIPS has become one of the most prestigious 100% on-line institutes offering Master of Arts degrees in Psychology ...

  4. Much has been said about the psychology behind Costco’s notorious free samples offered throughout the store. People love free food, but retailers especially love its money-making impact ...

  5. In a study in the Journal of Experimental Psychology, people who wrote down future tasks they wanted to accomplish fell asleep faster than those who wrote about things they’d done that ...

  6. UW hockey player also trains dogs

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel1 day ago

    Wisconsin Badgers defender Lauren Williams, a psychology major, also volunteers for OccuPaws, where she trains guide dogs.

  7. APA Releases New Journal Article Reporting Standards

    American Psychological Association24 hours ago

    “The growth of qualitative methods in psychology is impressive, and important,” according to Anne E. Kazak, PhD, editor of APA flagship journal, American Psychologist®, which published ...

  8. Best-selling writer Mary Roach will be the first to admit that a bachelor’s degree in psychology isn’t the most obvious springboard to a career as a science writer. “I’m generally starting ...

  9. The psychology of blowoff tops in asset bubbles is fascinating: let's start with the first requirement of a move qualifying as a blowoff top, which is the vast majority of participants ...

  10. In a new study published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology, researchers had half of the 57 participants spend five minutes writing down a list of things they needed to do or remember ...

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