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Psychology Vs. Sociology: What’s the Difference? [Infographic]

Deciding between an online psychology degree program or a sociology program requires an understanding of the differences between the two fields.

Technology could kill 5 million jobs by 2020

Five million jobs in the world's leading economies could disappear over the next five years because of advances in technology.<p>Developments in artificial intelligence, robotics, and biotechnology, would disrupt the business world in a similar way to previous industrial revolutions, the World …

Higher Levels of Moral Reasoning Correspond With Increased Gray Matter in Brain

Hengyi Rao, research assistant professor in the Perelman School of Medicine at University of Pennsylvania, said, "The new study adds an investigation …

Mythbusters must enter the classroom as the brain goes to school

"Possessing greater general knowledge about the brain does not appear to protect teachers from believing in neuromyths," Sanne Dekker and colleagues …

The Killer and Mrs. Johnson

Johnson says that half the profits from her book, which has almost sold out a modest first printing of 3,000 copies, are being placed in a Justice …

Study suggests hyper-functional brain circuits drive autistic behaviors

A new study in <i>Frontiers in Neuroscience</i> shows that social and sensory overstimulation drives autistic behaviors. The study, conducted on rats exposed …

Autism

The Mood Most People Are In Most of The Time, Everywhere - PsyBlog

• Tweet<br>• Share 0<br>• Pocket<br>• Pinterest 0<br>• LinkedIn 0<br>• Email<p>How people feel, on average, most of the time, wherever they live in the world.<p>People are, on average, in …

Official Tickets and Your Source for Live Entertainment

Jul<p>26<p>Thu<p>featuring Annie LeBlanc, Jet Jurgensmeyer, Caroline Grace, Macy Martin, Sage Charmaine… and a surprise special guest!<p>Rams Head Live!, …

Scientists show fMRI memory detectors can be easily fooled

For the past several years, Anthony Wagnerhas been developing a computer program that can read a person’s brain scan data and surmise, with a high …

20 psychological principles for teachers #10 Mastery

<i>This is the second of four posts exploring what motivates students and the tenth in my series examining the Coalition for Psychology in Schools and</i> …

Healing & Spirituality | Mindfulness has lost its Buddhist roots, and it may not be doing you good

Home > Healing & Spirituality<p>Mindfulness has lost its Buddhist roots, and it may not be doing you good<p>by Miguel Farias and Catherine Wikholm, The …

Tough parenting can trigger anxiety disorders

According to a feature in Scientific American, parents who push their children too hard or scold them excessively can cause lasting psychological …

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7 Things You Need To Know If You Love an Introvert

Being an introvert can, at times, be difficult. People may question why you don’t want to go to that party, or why you don’t want to be around a big …

Facing psychological coercion and manipulation has become a daily part of claiming benefits

Curing unemployment is a growth market for psychologists. Job Centres are becoming medical centres, claimants are becoming patients, and unemployment …

Employment

How To Escape The Age Of Mass Delusion

Nearly 100 years ago, Walter Lippmann wrote about “the manufacture of consent” in his classic work, “Public Opinion.” On the heels of that book, …

Marijuana can be risky for teens with developing brains, researchers say

Scientific studies increasingly suggest marijuana may not be the risk-free high that teens — and sometimes their parents — think it is, researchers …

10 Ways to Treat Depression Without Antidepressants

You’ve probably been told that antidepressants correct the chemical imbalance in your brain. As it turns out, that’s not quite true. In fact, …

7 truths about the mind you missed in psychology class

The longer you live, the more you realize that the difference between success and magnificent failure lies in how well you understand people. If you’re like many, that fact makes you regret not having studied psychology. I hate to be the one to tell you, but holding both a BSc. and an MSc. in …

Meditation’s Positive Change to Your Brain

Many of us meditate everyday (or at least try to). Even if we don’t, we know the general benefits associated with the practice. Decreased stress, …

Why It's So Hard to Get Customers to Remember Your Brand

A recent study found that the majority of people can't recall the logos of brands they see every day. Find out what's behind this so-called inattentional amnesia.<p>In the battle for brand recognition, can your customers draw your brand's logo from memory? It's probably unlikely: A recent UCLA study …

10 People Who Were Driven Mad By The Government

Governments have a number of ways that they can drive people insane. There are constant psychological assaults, and sometimes, something as simple as …

Death Row

People Who Wear Crazy Socks Are Rebellious, Intriguing Successful

Whether they're covered in polka dots, lobsters, American flags, superheroes, bulldogs, sailboats or robots, crazy socks have a number of hidden …