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Magazine articles on psychology.
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Registered Rep.
November 1, 2005
John Churchill
Ion the Market United Dynamics' president forecasts stock market developments by measuring the level of positive and negative ions in the atmosphere, which allegedly effect the psychology of individuals. mark for My Articles 10 similar articles
Investment Advisor
November 2005
Chris Blunt
Seven Deadly Sins As advisors help investors move from the seven deadly sins of investing to a long-term strategy of reality-based investing, they will need to be part planner, part coach, and part psychotherapist. mark for My Articles 1037 similar articles
November 2005
Robert Wright
35 Who Made a Difference: Edward O. Wilson Someday, Wilson believes, the cause-and-effect principles of psychology will rest solidly and specifically on those of biology, which will rest with equal security on principles of biochemistry and molecular biology, and so on down the line to particle physics. mark for My Articles 28 similar articles
Scientific American
November 2005
Michael Shermer
Rupert's Resonance The theory of "morphic resonance" posits that people have a sense of when they are being stared at. However, psychologists dismiss anecdotal accounts of this sense to a reverse self-fulfilling effect. What does the research show? mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
Scientific American
November 2005
Charles Q. Choi
Baby to Brain Mothers could literally always have their kids on their minds. Researchers find that in mice, cells from fetuses can migrate into a mother's brain and apparently develop into nervous system cells. mark for My Articles 558 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
October 2005
Willie D. Jones
Fiber to the Brain Nanotech researchers have devised a method for attaching electrodes to small clusters of brain cells -- or even individual neurons -- using the cardiovascular system as the conduit through which wires are threaded. mark for My Articles 197 similar articles
Scientific American
October 2, 2005
Diane Martindale
One Face, One Neuron A recent study indicates that our brains employ far fewer cells to interpret a given image than previously believed, and the findings could help neuroscientists determine how memories are formed and stored. mark for My Articles 142 similar articles
October 2005
Maia Szalavitz
In Defense of Happy Pills While psychotherapy validated by research has its place, there is no convincing reason why it should be considered inherently superior to drugs. Pleasure can be just as important for emotional recovery and growth as pain, if not more so. mark for My Articles 694 similar articles
Investment Advisor
October 2005
Olivia Mellan
The Psychology of Advice: Family Feud Getting along with others in the workplace is hard enough. It's worse if those problem co-workers, are also family members. Here, a psychotherapist offers help on how to approach these issues. mark for My Articles 103 similar articles
American Family Physician
October 1, 2005
Griebel et al.
Management of Spontaneous Abortion Physicians should realize the importance of providing care that is sensitive to the medical and psychologic aspects of a couple who experiences spontaneous abortion (also referred to as miscarriage). mark for My Articles 115 similar articles
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