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UCLA has been tapped by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to spearhead an innovative project aimed at developing a wireless, implantable brain device that could help restore lost memory function in individuals who have suffered debilitating brain injuries and other disorders.
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Israel's ongoing military assault in the Gaza Strip is exacerbating a mental health crisis in the besieged enclave as Gazans struggle to sustain coping mechanisms under the constant fear of death.
12 hrs ago | Scientific Blogging
Neonaticide and infanticide are horrible crimes to most people but in psychology it's all relative.
13 hrs ago | Psychology Today
It's a question that recently popped up again after the publication of a study in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Learning and Cognition , co-authored by primatologist Frans de Waal.
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"The words rang in my head," said Koniz, a 48-year-old admissions coordinator at Temple University School of Medicine.
The things we long for, or dream about, sometimes correspond to an object in reality - for example, the glass of water we obtained in a dream - and sometimes not - for example paradise on earth.
A mother of six, Baughman moved with her family to Ridgefield from Somers, N.Y., 12 years ago.
Our pick of the best psychology and neuroscience links from the past week : Why sports psychologists couldn't save Brazil's World Cup hopes Angela Patmore argues that the Brazilian team were given flawed advice - they were encouraged to relax, rather than trained to increase their mental resilience.
Going 24 hours without sleep can lead to schizophrenia -like symptoms in healthy people, according to a new international study.
Think seasonal depression is limited to the winter months? Ever wonder why some of us are so drawn to vampires? learn more about these topics and more in today's Psychology Around the 'Net! The Psychology of American Patriotism : Can we really call it a "public health calamity" when Americans don't feel proud to be American? Psychosis: The Brain's ... (more)
That red dress may be more than a fashion choice. New research suggests that when women see a lady in red, they become more protective of their boyfriends.
Pornography triggers brain activity in people with compulsive sexual behavior - sex addiction - similar to that triggered by drugs in the brains of drug addicts, according to new paper.
A new psychological study led by the University of Virginia found that most people would rather be doing something than just sitting alone with their thoughts.
So that lady in red stirs up passion in men -- "dancing with me, cheek to cheek...the beauty by my side," as the Chris DeBurgh song goes.
It was an ordinary summer day. People were milling on the main thoroughfare, bikes zig-zagging through traffic, cafA©s and pubs spilling onto the sidewalk, patrons sipping their way through a lazy Friday afternoon.
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