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Replication and reputation: Whose career matters?

©CartoonStock.comSome people are really uncomfortable with the idea that psychology studies should be replicated. The most striking example is Jason …

Explore a Career in Technical Education

<b>CTE and You</b><p>This is my second article in a series of counseling insights that are designed to connect students with career and technical programs. It …

Study finds that a subset of children often considered to have autism may be misdiagnosed

Children with a genetic disorder called 22q11.2 deletion syndrome, who frequently are believed to also have autism, often may be misidentified …

Plants in offices make workers happier, more productive

Staff working in offices designed to be lean and devoid of greenery, are happier and more productive when those environments are enriched with …

Dissociative Identity Disorder (Multiple Personality Disorder)

Dissociative identity disorder, formerly referred to as multiple personality disorder, is a condition wherein a person's identity is fragmented into …

MIT study says robot overlords could make for happier human workers

New research from MIT reckons that robots controlling human tasks in manufacturing is not only more efficient than flesh-and-blood middle-management, but <i>preferred</i> by people that do the work too. Automation in the manufacturing process has been around for decades, but the new study aimed to seek out …

Forensic Psychology is Forensic Science.

There has been a growing awareness, some would say crisis, concerning the mediocre quality of expert forensic testimony submitted to the courts in …

The inheritance of the impact of traumatic stress across generations: A novel biological mechanism in sperm • SJS

By: Isabelle Mansuy, Ph.D.<p>Exposure to traumatic events in childhood or early adolescence can change a person and perturb her life for many years. It …

Psychology: 'An Owner’s Manual for Your Own Mind'

An interview with Daniel Gilbert, author of Stumbling on Happiness<p>Over the last decade, Harvard psychology professor Daniel Gilbert has become a prominent voice in the public sphere. His 2006 book <i>Stumbling on Happiness</i>, translated in over 30 languages, became an international bestseller, triggering …

Thrive: The Power of Evidence-Based Psychological Therapies review – 'a punchy polemic on mental health'

Richard Layard and David M Clark's polemic about mental illness is a revelation – but they're a little too sure they have all the answers<p>"I once broke my leg in 10 places. As I was taken to hospital, someone shut the door on my leg. You can imagine the pain. But I can tell you the pain of …

A Career in Forensic and Public Service Psychology

Forensic and public service psychology applies psychological science and principles to the public safety and judicial systems. Through the lens of …

Psychology

Brothers in Arms: Sibling Psychology and the Bombing Suspects

Somewhere in Boston there’s at least one refrigerator with a little news clipping posted on it. The story was published on boston.com on May 6, 2011, …

Using cognitive psychology in the classroom: approach with caution

Teachers should be careful about how they use research findings from cognitive psychology. Only take what's useful and practical, advises <b>Tim Taylor</b><p>I've always thought it interesting how, as a profession, we teachers find the ideas of cognitive psychologists so beguiling and persuasive.<p>I first heard …

'Anti-Social' Video Games Linked With 'Deviancy' In Kids

No, your eyes aren't deceiving you: yesterday the news was that video games are good for children.<p>Today? Video games are 'linked to deviancy'.<p>The …