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Stanford psychologists examine 'sins of omission' | Stanford News - Stanford University News


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Stanford psychologists examine 'sins of omission' | Stanford News
Stanford University News
Stanford researchers found that children as young as 4 years old, under certain conditions, can discern “sins of omission” – misleading but technically accurate ...

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Tue, 23 May 2017 07:15:00 GMT

Even babies agree roses are red, psychologists say - Christian Science Monitor


Christian Science Monitor

Even babies agree roses are red, psychologists say
Christian Science Monitor
Similar setups in the past had shown infants can sort colors, but this study was by far the most comprehensive to date. Ohio State University psychologist Angela Brown praised the experiment for its “ginormous data set,” which covered the whole hue circle.

Mon, 22 May 2017 20:31:05 GMT

Psychologists have great news for people who worry a lot - Quartz


Quartz

Psychologists have great news for people who worry a lot
Quartz
There's no way around it: I am chronic worrier. I worry about running late, but also about showing up to a party too early. About whether my moles have turned cancerous and whether my son is eating enough vegetables. Worries are the first things to pop ...

Mon, 22 May 2017 11:48:41 GMT

Psychologists explain why calling Trump a 'child' is insulting to ... - Raw Story


Raw Story

Psychologists explain why calling Trump a 'child' is insulting to ...
Raw Story
Responding to a widely read David Brooks column in the New York Times this week about President Donald Trump's seemingly childlike behavior, two ...

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Fri, 19 May 2017 17:46:34 GMT

The important thing psychologists know, but most people don't - The indy100


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The important thing psychologists know, but most people don't
The indy100
Put another way, psychologists know that most people are very bad at being able to predict how they will respond to positive or negative events in the future. People will predict they are going to be happier about getting a raise or a promotion ...

Fri, 19 May 2017 09:50:45 GMT

Psychologists have a duty to warn the country about Trump: We can no longer pretend that he is stable - New York Daily News


New York Daily News

Psychologists have a duty to warn the country about Trump: We can no longer pretend that he is stable
New York Daily News
We, responsible psychologists and psychiatrists, see something and we're saying something because we are ethical professionals and loyal Americans, and we won't be silenced. Gartner, Ph.D. is the founder of Duty to Warn. A psychologist who taught in ...

Fri, 12 May 2017 18:23:07 GMT

Smartphone addiction: Psychologists liken phones to slot machines ... - WCSH-TV


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Smartphone addiction: Psychologists liken phones to slot machines ...
WCSH-TV
Be honest. How much time do you spend on your cell phone? On average, Americans spend nearly five hours a day on their smart phones, according to ...

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Thu, 11 May 2017 17:03:34 GMT

Lawyers for Spokane psychologists in torture case want documents the CIA calls secret - The Seattle Times


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Lawyers for Spokane psychologists in torture case want documents the CIA calls secret
The Seattle Times
The ACLU, which sued psychologists James Mitchell and Bruce Jessen on the behalf of three men who contend they were tortured using techniques the psychologists designed, told the judge the material and CIA officials aren't needed to decide the case.
CIA Deputy May Be Spared Testifying in Bush-Era Torture CaseBloomberg
Testy exchange over CIA records marks hearing in civil torture case against Mitchell and JessenThe Spokesman-Review

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Sat, 06 May 2017 19:25:28 GMT

Educators and school psychologists raise alarms about '13 Reasons Why' - Washington Post


Washington Post

Educators and school psychologists raise alarms about '13 Reasons Why'
Washington Post
The National Association of School Psychologists sent a notice to school mental health professionals across the country on how to talk about the show. A spokeswoman said it was the first time the association has put out guidance in response to a ...
Selena Gomez Defends Popular Netflix Series After Psychologists Warn 'Vulnerable Youth' Not to WatchIndependent Journal Review
SA pediatric psychologist talks about '13 Reasons Why' impact on teensKENS 5 TV
For Families of Teens at Suicide Risk, '13 Reasons' Raises ConcernsNew York Times
The Atlantic -National Association of School Psychologists -MSN.com
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Tue, 02 May 2017 15:16:31 GMT

Psychologists warn '13 Reasons Why' could inspire copycat suicides - USA TODAY


USA TODAY

Psychologists warn '13 Reasons Why' could inspire copycat suicides
USA TODAY
Corrections & clarifications: A previous version of this story reported that representatives of Banner Health in Arizona had cited the show "13 Reasons Why" as one reason given by teens for their suicidal thoughts. Banner Health officials later said ...
Suicide-themed Netflix series concerns parents, psychologistsWTOP
'13 Reasons Why' is a hit, but suicide expert told Netflix not to release seriesSyracuse.com
Controversial show 13 Reasons Why resonates with psychologist's teen clientsCBC.ca
Psychology Today (blog) -Hollywood Reporter -National Association of School Psychologists
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Fri, 28 Apr 2017 18:24:18 GMT

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