"Psychology" Blogs & Blog Posts

PodBlack CatPodBlack Cat

Science, superstitions and skeptical life - a female's token skeptic b...

 
Social Psychology EyeSocial Psychology Eye

Social Psychology Eye is the associated site for Social and Personality Psy...

 
Stella's BlogStella's Blog

This is my hodgepodge blog. A little of everything.

 
Coach Your LifeCoach Your Life

Coaching Psychologist - Career Coach - Human Resources Professional writes ...

 
Musings of a Soul AfloatMusings of a Soul Afloat

New York young professional collects thoughts and photographs that inspire,...

 
Higher TruthHigher Truth

Looking into the nature of truth; both relative & absolute and the psyc...

 
Technology and OrganizationsTechnology and Organizations

Integrating technology, organization, and people -- for TOP Management. In...

 


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 Although neuroscientists have a general idea of what parts of the brain do what, catching them in the act is a difficult proposition. But UC Berkeley researchers have managed to do it, visualizing based on direct measurement the path of a singl...

People have a tendency towards "illusory superiority," that is, they imagine themselves to be better than others. Interestingly, the more incompetent you are, the more superior you feel. It comes down to the fact that people who are bad at something...

As part of its "Hard Questions" series, Facebook took on the question of whether social media is good or bad for us. Citing a handful of academic studies, some done by Facebook researchers, Facebook Director of Research David Ginsberg and res...

Religious beliefs are not linked to intuition or rational thinking, according to new research by the universities of Coventry and Oxford. Credit: Business InsiderPrevious studies have suggested people who hold strong religious beliefs are more intui...

In a small-scale study, researchers have shown that algorithms can analyze brain scans to determine whether an individual has suicidal thoughts. During the study, the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University scientists mentioned words...

Some thoughts on death and dying, and why perhaps I am more afraid of life... Continue reading →...

In High intelligence: A risk factor for psychological and physiological overexcitabilities, a group of academic and industry neuroscientists survey a self-selected group of 3,715 MENSA members about their mental health history and find a correlation...